The manor of Overbury was purchased by the banking family of Martin in the 18th century from the Parsons family, members of whom also owned neighbouring Kemerton Court. The Martins rebuilt Overbury Court in c.1740, and it is still occupied by their descendants in 2018.
- Connell, James Roman skeletons found in Worcestershire Worcester News 31.10.14 Accessed 5.11.14
- Remains May Have Been Rural Roman Farmers Archaeology, Archaeological Institute of America Monday, 3.11.14 Accessed 6.11.14
- Anon (2015). "Conderton Camp A Scheduled Monument in Overbury, Worcestershire". Ancient Monuments. Good Stuff. Retrieved 13 July 2018.
- Thomas 2005, pp. 247-57
- Thomas, Nicholas (2005). Conderton Camp, Worcestershire: A Small Middle Iron Age Hillfort on Bredon Hill. CBA Research Reports. 143 (Illustrated ed.). Council for British Archaeology. ISBN 9781902771502.
Media related to Overbury at Wikimedia Commons
- http://www.overbury.org/ Village website
- http://www.overburyenterprises.co.uk/ Company website
- http://www.overburyfarms.co.uk/ Company website
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