Welcome to Worcestershire Historical Society
Worcestershire, like many of England's historic counties, is served by a society dedicated to the publication of historical records. Founded in 1893, our Society was built on the work of famous Worcestershire antiquaries like Thomas Habington (1560-1647) and Treadway Russell Nash (1725-1811), whose work had already done much to illuminate Worcestershire's past.
The 2019 AGM was held in the Meeting Room at the Friends Meeting House in Worcester on Saturday, 12th October, 2019 at 3:00 pm. It was followed by a talk by Professor Andrew Hopper entitled: 'War Victims and their Stories: The Human Costs of Civil War in Worcestershire'. The research for this talk was based on the Arts and Humanities Research Council funded project www.civilwarpetitions.ac.uk
The Society is to award a new prize of £100 for the best essay on Worcestershire history in 2020, and in subsequent years. Any aspect of the history of the county or diocese of Worcester can be covered, or places within their boundaries. Click here for more details
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