Beckley Mrs. Betsy, Plough Inn

Here is Court No. 1

  1. Price George Albert, beer retailer, (Railway Bell)
  2. Harris Joseph Henry, tobacconist
  3. Cotterill William, labourer
  4. Lockett Mrs. Harriet, hair maker
  5. Void
  6. Hardman Miss Kate, newsagent
  7. Bullock William, bootmaker
  8. Void
  9. Dinley Miss Catherine, confectioner

9A. Knight James, general dealer

Here Is Court No. 2.

  1. Void
  2. Pritchard William, fried fish shop

Here Is Court No. 3.

Prosser Peter, grocer

Here is Court No. 5 [Court No. 5 start]

Link William, cab driver

Reece Henry, j’man shoemaker

Reed Ernest, painter [Court No. 5 End]

Nicol John Glover, glove manufacturer

Hill, Evans, & Co. Ltd., vinegar works

Office void

Here Is St. Martin’s Place; Also George Street


Boon Rev. Edwin J. (Countess of Huntingdon Connexion)

Here Is Spring Gardens

  1. Hill Thomas, journeyman bricklayer
  2. Lester Mrs., waitress
  3. Cropper Harold, storekeeper
  4. Langford Charles, greengrocer

Piston Foundry – The Nevile Engineering Co., Ltd., electrical, mechanical, and general engineers, iron and brass founders (see advt.)

  1. Gee Edwin, commercial clerk
  2. Gardner Albert E., hairdresser and tobacconist
  3. Void
  4. Summers Geo. Fredk., grocer

26A. White Thomas, boxmaker

Here Is Spring Gardens Walk

28 & 29. Matthews Philip, furniture broker

Here Is Court No. 4

British School for Boys – Enos Berry, Master

  1. Void
  2. Hadley Mrs. Emma, apartments

Here Is Bowling Green Walk

Webb W. & F., Ltd, furniture warehouse (back entrance for goods, &c.)

Batten Miss L. F., potato stores

Here Is Silver Street; Also The Corn Market

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