Foundry Street (Blockhouse) Worcester 1905

From Charles Street

  1. & 2. Simmonds Henry, Four Ways Inn
  2. Lavender Samuel, journeyman tinman
  3. Grazier Harry, grocer
  4. Dawson Thomas, engine driver
  5. Bateman John, foundryman
  6. Lippett Alfred, iron moulder
  7. Hope Thomas Henry, j’man painter
  8. Jones Thomas, labourer

Here Is Court No. 1.

Winwood Mrs. A., charwoman

Here Is Carden Street

Thomas Mrs.

Churchill Jos., beer retailer (Bee Hive Inn)

House void

Pudge Thomas, labourer

Gulliver Samuel, labourer

Cole Henry, mattress maker

Wilkins & Son, builders (yard)

Spa Gardens (East) –

Spa Gardens (East) – Thomas James, labourer

Spa Gardens (East) – Freeman Joseph, labourer

Spa Gardens (East) – Banks Henry, iron moulder

Spa Gardens (East) –Ball Thomas, labourer

Spa Gardens (East) – House void

Spa Gardens (East) – Powell Albert, j’man plasterer

Spa Gardens (East) – House void

Spa Gardens (East) – House void

Spa Gardens (East) – House void

Spa Gardens (East) – Hall William, hawker

Blockhouse Wharf – Page W. H., coal mcht.

Foundry Bridge – Tetstall Geo., shoemaker

Here Is The Canal Bridge


Worcester Foundry – Hardy & Padmore, Limited, iron and brass founders, and manufacturers of stoves, ranges, weighing machines, &c.

Here Is Court No. 2.

  1. Jones Joseph, fried fish shop
  2. Willis Isabel, dressmaker
  3. Hirschfeld Thomas, plumber
  4. Glover Mrs. Charlotte M., shopkeeper
  5. House void

Here Is Court No. 3.

  1. Darling Walter James, tobacconist
  2. Stinton Miss Valentina, shopkeeper
  3. Williams William, baker

Here Is King William Street; Also St. Paul Street

Source: Littlebury’s Directory of Worcester & District. Tenth Edition. Printed and Published by Littlebury & Company, The Worcester Press, Worcester. 1905.