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Eldersfield is a village and civil parish in the Malvern Hills district of Worcestershire, England. It stands exactly ten miles east of Ledbury and ten miles north of Gloucester; this fact can be found on a milestone on the side of the B4211 road that runs through Corse Lawn.
The parish church is dedicated to St. John the Baptist and is in the Diocese of Worcester. The parish registers survive from 1718, and there are bishops' transcripts for the earlier registers starting in 1561. The Savage family were the local worthies and numerous of their 17th-century tombs in the church and graves in the churchyard were recorded by Nash c1780, including Christopher Savage gent. (1600-1681).
- Church of England, Diocese of Worcester. "St. John the Baptist, Eldersfield".
- Good, William. "Eldersfield Registers".
- Collections for the History of Worcestershire, 2 vols. by Treadway Russell Nash, 1781/2.
- Historic England (2015). "Gadbury Camp, Eldersfield (1005329)". National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 13 July 2018.
- Anon (2015). "Gadbury Camp A Scheduled Monument in Eldersfield, Worcestershire". Ancient Monuments. Good Stuff.
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- Eldersfield entry in A History of the County of Worcester: volume 4
- Eldersfield Church
- Eldersfield Marsh
- Marsh Court
- The Pigeon House
- Eldersfield entry in John Noake's Guide to Worcestershire (1868)
- Eldersfield 1891 Census Results
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