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All parishes in Worcestershire have been transcribed, by David Guyatt, to a scale of 1:10,000 and the field names, from the tithe, inclosure or estate map, have been written on these. These paper transcriptions are available to use for research by appointment at the Historic Environment and Archaeology Service Offices. Please contact the Historic Environment Record for an appointment.  Contact details for the Historic Environment Record.

All data from the tithe apportionments for parishes in Worcestershire have been input to spreadsheets, by Peter Walker.  These spreadsheets have been published through the Worcestershire Historical Society. Link to external website Access the Worcestershire Historical Society. If your parish isn't available then it either means there was no tithe map or it had a different name at the time the map was drawn. 

The area covered by digitised tithe maps is shown in the image below. Tithe maps are shaded in red, estate maps in blue and inclosure maps in orange.  The map names identify the names of parishes at the time of drawing and therefore do not reflect the modern parish names. 

Map of areas covered by digitised tithe maps


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This page was last reviewed 14 June 2013 at 17:12.
The page is next due for review 11 December 2014.