|Wadberge: Pershore Church and Robert the Bursar and Urso from the church. Pasturage for the monk's cows.|
|Wenuertun: King's land. Assessed with Kidderminster, etc.|
Warley Woods in Birmingham.
|Werwelie: Alfhelm from William FitzAnsculf.|
Suburb of Worcester.
|Wermedun: Urso from Worcester Church and Robert from him.|
Hill and playing fields on the outskirts of Birmingham.
|Warstelle: Worcester Church.|
Now 2 villages, at the foot of Bredon Hill.
|Westmonecote: Urso from Worcester Church.|
White Ladies Aston
Named after a 13th century Cistercian nunnery.
|Estun: Urso from Worcester Church and Robert from him.|
Suburb of Worcester.
|Windintun: Walter Ponther from Worcester Church. Fishery.|
Wick (nr Pershore)
|Wicha / Wiche: Westminster Church and Urso and Gilbert from the church; Pershore Church. Fishery.|
Part of Worcester.
|Wiche: Worcester Church. 2 mills, 2 fisheries.|
Timbered manor house; arms of George Washington's family in the church.
|Wiquene: King's land; Evesham Church. Mill.|
|Welingewiche / Willingewic:|
Witton in Droitwich
Part of Droitwich.
|Witone / tune: William FitzCorbucion; Gunfrid from Urso d'Abetot. 3 salthouses (60 measures of salt), part of a salthouse (10 measures of salt).|
Wolverley Court; birthplace of the printer John Baskerville (1706-75).
|Ulwardelei: Worcester Church. Mill.|
Now 2 hamlets.
|Ulfrintun: Urso the Sheriff and Worcester Church; Roger de Lacy from Worcester Church, and Aiulf from Roger.|
Woodcote Manor, 2 farms and a lodge.
|Udecote: King's land. Assessed with Bromsgrove, etc. Erlebald from Urso d'Abetot.|
City on the River Severn. The cathedral, rebuilt by Bishop Wulfstan, c.1080, has an 11th century crypt and a Norman chapter house.
|Wirecestre: Worcester Church, and Urso, Osbern FitzRichard, Walter Ponther and Robert the Bursar from the church; Evesham Church.|
|Wermeslai: Ralph de Tosny.|
|Gurbehale: King's land. Assessed with Kidderminster, etc.|
|Wicelbold: Osbern FitzRichard. 5 mills, 26 salthouses.|
|Pidele: Robert the Bursar from Worcester Church.|
Commuter suburb of Birmingham.
|Warthuil: King's land. Assessed with Bromsgrove, etc.|