The earliest known record of Conderton is in a Anglo-Saxon charter of 875, where it is grouped together with Overbury and Pendock. Land in the area was granted to St Mary's minster, Worcester, by Ceolwulf II of Mercia. Conderton is not mentioned within the Domesday Book, but is assumed to still be connected to Overbury.
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- "Overbury & Conderton Village Website". Retrieved 23 November 2018.
- "West Worcestershire - UK Parliament". beta.parliament.uk. Retrieved 23 November 2018.
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