Pope Iron Road (Barbourne) Worcester 1905

Left Side From Waterworks Road

  1. Creese William, journeyman tailor
  2. Wallcroft Robert, labourer
  3. Biddle Charles, labourer
  4. Chapleo Thomas, plumber
  5. Bishop Alexander, j’man shoemaker
  6. Pardoe Thos. G., New Pope Iron Inn
  7. Void
  8. Fuller Edward, labourer
  9. Davies William, labourer
  10. Saunders Henry, motor-car driver

Here Is Sandys Road

The Laurels – Jones Joshua

The Laurels – Jones Miss Eliza, shopkeeper


Barbourne Leather Works – Ward & Co., Worcester, Ltd., leather dressers

Here Is Pitchcroft Lane

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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