A census has been taken every ten years since 1801 with the exception of 1941. The 1841 census was the first to list the names of every individual. A team of transcribers from The Badsey Society has transcribed the 1841, 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911 and 1921 census returns, and also the 1939 Register, using subscription sites, Ancestry and Findmypast.
In addition to the census returns for Badsey, Aldington and Wickhamford, sections of the Offenham returns have been transcribed: those pertaining to houses in Blackminster in an area south of the railway line, which became part of Badsey in 1949. All these parishes were part of the Superintendent Registrar’s District, Evesham 389, and Registrar’s District, Broadway 2.
- Trevor Hockenhull (1939-2016) describes his experience as an enumerator for the 1991 census
- Population growth
- Wickhamford occupations
- Portraits of people who appear on the 1911 census for Wickhamford
- Self-guided walk round Aldington looking at houses in the 1921 census
- Self-guided walk round Badsey Central looking at houses in the 1921 census
- Self-guided walk round Badsey North looking at houses in the 1921 census
Names index for the census returns.