Herefordshire CDs

Herefordshire Parishes

Once we started with Gloucestershire, we just found it too much fun to stop. Herefordshire has some wonderful parishes, too. There are three CDs in this set, all of which include Hereford city itself, as it is central to the county.

Volume 1. East and North East Herefordshire
This CD covers the city of Hereford together with the parishes in the east and north east of the county. The parishes are grouped around the four centres of Hereford, Ross, Ledbury and Bromyard. Parishes are:
Acton Beauchamp, Amberley, Ashperton, Aston Ingham, Avenbury, Aylton, Bartestree, Bishops Frome, Bockleton (WOR), , Bodenham, Bosbury, Brampton Abbotts, Bredenbury, Brockhampton by Bromyard, Brockhampton by Ross, Bromyard, Canon Frome, Castle Frome, Coddington, Collington, Colwall, Cradley, Donnington, Dormington, Eastnor, Edvin Loach, Edwin Ralph, Evesbatch, Fawley, Felton, Fownhope, Foy, Gorsley, Grendon Bishop, Hampton Bishop, Hope Mansel, How Caple, King’s Caple, Lea, Ledbury, Linton by Ross, Little Cowarne, Little Marcle, Lugwardine, Marden, Mathon, Mordiford, Moreton Jefferies, Much Cowarne, Much Marcle, Munsley, Ocle Pychard, Pencombe, Pixley, PrestonWynne, Putley, Ross on Wye, Sollers Hope, Stanford Bishop, Stoke Bliss, Stoke Edith, Stoke Lacy, Stretton Grandison, Sutton St Michael, Sutton St Nicholas, Tarrington, Tedstone de la Mere, Thornbury, Ullingswick, Upper Sapey, Upton Bishop, Wacton, Walford, Westhide, Weston Beggard, Weston under Penyard, Whitbourne, Wilton, Withington, Wolferlow, Woolhope, Yarkhill, Yatton.


Volume 2. South and South West Herefordshire
The area covered by this CD is the southern part of the county lying south of the river Wye. This encompasses the city of Hereford and parishes to the south of the city, together with parishes grouped around Peterchurch and Goodrich. Parishes included are: Abbey Dore, Aconbury, Allensmore, Bacton, Ballingham, Bellmont Abbey, Blakemere, Bolstone, Bredwardine, Bridstow, Bullingham, Callow, Clehonger, Clifford, Clodock, Craswall, Cusop, Cwmyoy, Dewsall, Dinedor, Dixton, Dorstone, Dulas, Eaton Bishop, Ewyas Harald, Ganarew, Garway, Goodrich, Hardwick, Harewood End, Hereford, Hoarwithy, Holme Lacy, Kenderchurch, Kentchurch, Kilpeck, Kingstone, Little Birch, Little Dewchurch, Llancillo, Llandinabo, Llangarren, Llanrothal, Llanveynoe, Llanwarne, Longtown, Madley, Michaelchurch, Michaelchurch Escley, Moccas, Much Birch, Much Dewchurch, Newton, Orcop, Peterchurch, Peterstow, Rotherwas, Rowlestone, Sellack, St Devereux, St Margarets, St Weonards, Thruxton, Tretire, Turnastone, Tyberton, Urishay, Vowchurch, Walterstone, Welsh Bicknor, Welsh Newton, Whitchurch, Wormbridge.





Volume 3. West and North West Herefordshire
The third volume covers west and north west section of the county including the city of Hereford and parishes to the west and north of the city together with parishes around Leominster, Kington and Leintwardine. Parishes included are: Adforton, Almeley, Aston, Aymestrey, Birley, Bishopstone, Bollingham, Brampton Bryan, Breinton, Bridge Sollers, Brilley, Brimfield, Brinsop, Bucknell (SAL), Burghill, Burrington, Byford, Byton, Canon Pyon, Cascob, Combe, Credenhill, Croft, Dilwyn, Dinmore, Docklow, Downton on the Rock, Eardisland, Eardisley, Elton, Eye, Eyton, Ford, Hatfield, Hentland, Hereford, Holmer, Hope under Dinmore, Humber, Huntington (Kington), Kenchester, Kimbolton, King’s Pyon, Kingsland, Kington, Kinnersley, Kinsham, Knill, Laysters, Leinthall Earles, Leinthall Starkes, Leintwardine, Leominster, Letton, Lingen, Little Hereford, Lucton, Ludford (SAL), Luston, Lyonshall, Mansell Gamage, Mansell Lacy, Middleton on the Hill, Monkland, Monnington on Wye, Moreton on Lugg, Norton Canon, Old Radnor, Orleton, Pembridge, Pencoyd, Pipe & , yde, Presteigne (Radnor), Preston on Wye, Pudleston, Richard’s Castle (SAL), Sarnesfield, Shobdon, Staunton on Arrow, Staunton on Wye, Stoke Prior, Stretford, Stretton Sugwas, Titley, Wellington, Weobley, Whitney, Wigmore, Willersley, Winforton, Wormesley, Yarpole, Yazor.