Friar Street Droitwich 1905

Right Side From High Street

Workmen’s Club – Rev. F. D. Richardson, Secretary

Workmen’s Club – Harrison John, caretaker of club

Ricketts Henry, carpenter

Jones Mrs. Emma, greengrocer

Lynton Place – Harrison William, water engineer, &c.

Clovelly House – Rivers Francis, pol. Constable

Harrison George, foreman

Gabb Jackson, solicitor, and secretary for St. John’s Brine Baths Hospital

Cotton & Chappell, auctioneers, &c.

Freeman Charles

Bourne Mrs. M.

Bourne Mrs. M. A.

Crowther Samuel, salt worker

Nicklin Henry, Salt worker

Harrison Walter, Old Cock Inn

Harrison William, labourer

Monkton Thomas, chimney sweeper

Partridge John, labourer

Pittaway John, waterman

Pittaway John, jun., waterman

Pearce Edward, salt worker

Knight Mrs. E.

Bennett Thomas, labourer

Harrison John, journeyman rivet maker

Farr James, salt worker

Harris Mrs. Sarah, haulier

Palmer Herbert, White Lion Inn

Watson James, labourer

Nicklin George, salt worker

Monkton Samuel, salt worker

Harrison Mrs. Mary, shopkeeper

Knight Benjamin, labourer

Harris Henry, labourer

Bird Walter, journeyman blacksmith

Corporation Gas Works – Samuel George Askew, Manager

Borough Surveyor and Sanitary Inspector’s Office – Henry Hulse, C.E.

Priddy Thomas, bricklayer

Wall Letter-box – Cleared at 9.30 a.m., 12.30, 1.45, 6.5, and 7. 55 p.m. on week-days, and 7.50 p.m. on Sundays

Here Is Hampton Road; Also A Lane Leading To Railway Station

Left Side From High Street

Wainwright George A., police inspector

Roden Percy, M.D., surgeon

Harris Mrs. Emma, lodgings

Harris Mrs., furniture dealer

Harris George, captain of fire brigade

Harris Miss Elizabeth, apartments

Norbury House – Pike Mrs.

Jones Charles, builder and contractor

Cotterell Mrs. Ann, laundress

Pugh Isaac, furniture dealer

Fox James, Hop Pole Inn

Priory House – Harrison Henry, gasfitter

The Priory – Gwynn Henry, gardener

Corporation Fire Sta. – Geo. Harris, Capt.

Crowther William, bargeman

Nicklin Emanuel, chimney sweeper

Harris George, waterman

Hunt Mrs. Susan Elizabeth, washerwoman

Here Is Winnetts Lane

Hughes W., Fruiterer’s Arms

Price Reuben, waterman

Inett William, carter

Elvins W., bricklayer

Harris Thomas, waterman

Fryer Richard, labourer

Boucher & Giles, salt manufacturers

Here Is Union Lane

Milner George E., wagon lifter

Here Is Hampton Road; Also A Lane Leading To Railway Station

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

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