Eardisley was originally known as “Herdeslege, and is one of the Black and White Trail villages in the Welsh Marches of North Herefordshire

Churches of Eardisley

  • St. Mary Magdalene Church - Eardisley

    In the twelfth century there was a tiny church where the south aisle of the current church of St. Mary Magdalene is today. The church has wonderful links with the Baskervilles, who were Lords of the Manor of Eardisley for 500 years, and also a link perhaps with Charles Dickens which can be seen in one of the memorials

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People of Eardisley

  • The Coke Family

    Bishop Coke

    In front of the pulpit inside the church of St. Mary Magdalene, Eardisley, there is the tombstone of Bishop Coke, Bishop of Hereford, showing his coat of arms.

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  • Baskerville

    The Baskerville family arrived with William the Conqueror, and were Lords of the Manor of Eardisley for 500 years

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Eardisley News from the Past