Right Side From Wyld’s Lane

Clay John, Plumbers’ Arms Inn

1. Daniel Miss Sarah Agnes, apartments

2. Barrow George, plasterer

3. Woodward Henry, labourer

4. Porter Edwd. John, manager & secretary to the Worcestershire Newspapers Printing Company, Limited

5. Upton House – Holmes Edwin, manager of brush factory

6. Olinda Villa – Pelsenaire Eugene, engnr.

7. Montrose Villa – Cantle Chas., chandler

8. Tyler Edward, glover

9. Glenavon – Powell Harry Geo., law clerk

10. The Mount – Cale Ed. J., j’man organ bldr.

11. Highland Villa – Panrucker Philip Busch, commercial traveller

Here is Rose Terrace, Fort Royal Hill; Also St. Wulstan’s Crescent


1. Rose Mount – Darke Miss Jane

2. Morris William, journeyman carpenter

3. Walden Ho. – Gay Frank, j’man butcher

4. Emperor Mrs. Emma

5. Fern Cottage – Powell William John, china modeller

6. Cale Frederick, journeyman plumber

7. Grasmere – Eden Mrs., gloveress

8. Bute House – Fildes Charles Herbert, journeyman carpenter

9. Hermon Cottage – Skinner Mrs. Mary, widow

10. Retreat Cottage – Baylis Benjn., tea dealer

11. Porter William, engine driver

Here Is Richmond Road

1. Stephenson Thomas, china decorator

2. Rose Mnt. Cot. – Brown Jno., glove cutter

3. May Villa – Sanday Thomas, china designer

4. Clyde Villa – Martin Mrs.

5. Turner John Mayfield, fitter

6. Osborne John, journeyman tailor

7. Cole Hill Villa – Wale Arthur, boot machinist

Malvern House – Brook William, shopkpr.

Here Is Wyld’s Lane

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