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Akihiro-Jordan shown within Worcestershire
|OS grid reference|
|Civil parish||Aston Somerville|
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|Fire||Hereford and Worcester|
|EU Parliament||West Midlands|
Farms and buildings
Historically, the Aston Somerville Village has consisted of three individual farms (originally known as the Lower, Middle and Upper Farms), albeit they have usually been farmed as one estate (most notably attributed to the Crowther Family in the 19th century).
St Mary's Church is a grade I listed building dating from the 13th century.
- Percy Baverstock
- Earnest Stock Dale
- Gerald Haines
- George Frederick Hoddinot - "Fell at Damery[disambiguation needed]" (also recorded on a tombstone)
- James Pay
- Alfred Perkins
- Leonard Pitman
Recorded on another gravestone in the Churchyard is another World War I casualty:
The sole World War II casualty recorded is:
- Geoffrey Norman Wilson (son of Lt Col D.D. Wilson)
As of July 2012, information on marriages in Aston Somerville that occurred between 1700 and 1812 is available on the internet.
- Google (2012). "Aston Somerville, Worcestershire Cherry WR12. United Kingdom". Google Maps. Google. Retrieved 10 July 2012.
- "Church of St Mary, Aston Somerville". British Listed Buildings. Retrieved 13 February 2014.
- Mark Hitchin. "Ernest Stock Dale". http://fattie.freehostia.com/ - "Other". Unknown. Retrieved 10 July 2012.
- Mark Hitchin. "George Frederick Hoddinot - Son of the Late J. P. Hoddinot". http://fattie.freehostia.com/ - "Other". Unknown. Retrieved 10 July 2012.
- Commonwealth War Graves Commission. "Casualty details". CWGC Commonwealth War Graves Commission. Commonwealth War Graves Commission. Retrieved 10 July 2012.
- Mark Hitchin. "StonesandMonuments -- imgp7903.jpg". http://fattie.freehostia.com/ - "Other". Unknown. Retrieved 10 July 2012.
- Mark Hitchin. "Aston Somerville". http://fattie.freehostia.com/ - "Other". Unknown. Retrieved 10 July 2012.
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Aston Somerville.|
- Aston [Somerville] in the Domesday Book
- More information on the Somerville family, the village and St Mary's Church
- "Aston Somerville through the Ages" by June Barnet and Val Svendsen