Crown Street (Barbourne) Worcester 1905

Right Side From Droitwich Road

Wood James, coal dealer

Davies John, shopkeeper

Here Is Bromsgrove Street

Here Is Melbourne Street

Here is Offley Street

St. Stephen’s Terrace, No. I –

  1. St. Stephen’s Terrace, No. I – Green William, labourer
  2. St. Stephen’s Terrace, No. I – Hall Robert, journeyman painter
  3. St. Stephen’s Terrace, No. I – Stallard Ernest, glover
  4. St. Stephen’s Terrace, No. I – Cottrell Henry, labourer
  5. St. Stephen’s Terrace, No. I – Fawkes F., sweep
  6. St. Stephen’s Terrace, No. I – Love Alfred, j’man bricklayer
  7. St. Stephen’s Terrace, No. I – Price John, labourer
  8. St. Stephen’s Terrace, No. I – Mattey William, labourer

Here Is A Footpath Leading To Millburn Street

Linton Frederick, labourer

Jones Kenerick, labourer

St. Stephen’s Terrace, No. 2 –

  1. St. Stephen’s Terrace, No. 2 – Coombe Hy. G., auctioneer’s clerk
  • St. Stephen’s Terrace, No. 2 – Hinett Samuel, labourer
  • St. Stephen’s Terrace, No. 2 – Brazier John, labourer
  • St. Stephen’s Terrace, No. 2 – Moorfield William, drayman
  • St. Stephen’s Terrace, No. 2 – Perry Edward, journeyman painter
  • St. Stephen’s Terrace, No. 2 – Langford Cornelius, j’man gardnr.
  • St. Stephen’s Terrace, No. 2 – Tyler William, labourer
  • St. Stephen’s Terrace, No. 2 – Morris Charles Wm., labourer
  • Victoria Cots. – Bradley Ernest, drayman
  • Victoria Cots. – Elsmore George, j’man carpenter
  • Victoria Cots. – Williams Arthur, j’man plasterer
  • Victoria Cots. – Chandler Henry John, salesman
  • Victoria Cots. – Seaman Walter Wallace, linesmn.
  • Jubilee Cottages – Winders Arthur, butler
  • Jubilee Cottages – Veale Ernest, brewer’s assistant
  • Jubilee Cottages – Gummery Mrs. Jane, gloveress
  • Jubilee Cottages – Banks Joseph, drayman
  • Jubilee Cottages – Barnard Herbert, engine driver
  • Woodbine Cots. – Hunt Maria, laundress
  • Woodbine Cots. – Powell Mrs. Elizabeth
  • Woodbine Cots. – Bowker Arthur, labourer
  • Woodbine Cots. – Turner Albert, labourer

Return

Elm Cottages – Watts Charles, labourer

Elm Cottages – Bennett Charles, labourer

South Cots. – Battersea Arthur

South Cots. – Thomas Henry Wm., drayman

Fern Cottage – Payne Geo., electrician

Fern Cottage – Cotton Edwin, ironworker

Wedgbury William, labourer

Brown George, carpenter, &c.

Here Is Summer Street

Colley William, hay trusser

Here Is Cypress Street

Rose Cot. – Jaynes Thos., police constable

Butler Edgar William, haulier, &c.

Here Is Droitwich Road

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


History of Barbourne: And the Early Development of North Worcester
by Claire Wardle (Author), Terry Wardle (Author)

The first ever account of the history of Barbourne, now Worcester’s northern suburb, but an entirely separate area for much of its 1100 plus years of recorded history. The book takes Barbourne’s story from earliest times to the second world war, and includes more than 140 illustrations, many never published before.

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