Victoria Street (Barbourne) Worcester 1905

Left Side From Ombersley Road

Here is Bourne Street

Dorrington Villa – James Mrs. E., laundress

Glenroy – Cudbard John, manager

  1. Davis Wm. Thos., grocer & beer retailer
  2. Davis William, sen.
  3. Philpott Walter, coachman
  4. Davies Miss, gloveress
  5. Scott John, carpenter
  6. Palmer Henry, j’man watchmaker
  7. Done William, journeyman brewer
  8. Stanton George William, porter
  9. Street Vincent, leather grainer
  10. Hincks William, journeyman tailor
  11. Bishop George, journeyman bricklayer
  12. Witts William, porter
  13. Vine Benjamin, labourer
  14. Stanley Mrs.
  15. Raybould Alfred, striker
  16. Allies Henry, labourer
  17. Smith Francis Augustus, j’man bricklayer
  18. Patrick Graham, iron turner
  19. Void
  20. Southey Emily
  21. Bartrip George, gasfitter, locksmith, &c. (see advt.)
  22. Coney Henry James, agent
  23. Day Henry, iron Worker
  24. Burbage Samuel, painter
  25. Caesar John, jobbing gardener
  26. Bridgman Albert, j’man bricklayer
  27. Price Mrs. Sarah, charwoman
  28. Corrall Henry, traveller
  29. Atkins William, drayman
  30. Weaver Mrs. Ann, laundress
  31. Bourne Henry, labourer

Return

The Lilacs – Arkwell John, j’man coach bldr.

St. Helen’s – Dangerfield Samuel, butcher

Rothville – Wigley Mrs. H.

Ivy Cottage – Hobday J., bricklayer

Witts Henry, shopkeeper

  1. Albert Cottages – Knight George, drayman
  • Albert Cottages – Farmer Thomas, labourer
  • Albert Cottages – Ruby Charles, plasterer
  • Albert Cottages – Jukes Alfred, labourer
  • Albert Cottages – State Henry, iron dresser
  • Albert Cottages – Weston Mrs. Ellen
  • Albert Cottages – Watson Mrs., lodgings

Ward George, journeyman carpenter

  1. Cumberton Cottages – Sheward John, j’man gardener
  • Cumberton Cottages – Clench George, commercial clerk
  • Cumberton Cottages – Sharpe Henry, j’man carpenter
  • Cumberton Cottages – Massey Thomas

Here Is Ombersley 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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