Midgham Village has been established for many hundreds of years. There is even mention of the village in the Domesday Book.
Midgham became a parish in it’s own right in 1857 and the then new Squire appointed the first Vicar (Rev. John Errington) in 1867 for the newly built church.
You can study a map of the village from that time here.
Image produced from the www.old-maps.co.uk service with permission of Landmark Information Group Ltd. and Ordnance Survey
The Village Hall was built in 1938 and has been run for the village ever since.
Thanks to the villagers that have provided the following histories for various village buildings
Button Court Farm (Formerly the ancestral home of the famous agricultural Tull family by Derek Collier)
Hall Court (Information provided by Charles Jager)
David Nash Ford’s Royal Berkshire History page on Midgham
John Jeffreys the unrecognized Clock Maker of Midgham