Temperance Street (Blockhouse) Worcester 1905

From Blockhouse Street

  1. Chance Archibald, tinman
  2. Smith Frederick, butcher

The Economic School Furniture Company (C. H. Fildes, Manager)

Here is Providence Street

  1. Meek George, tinman
  2. Bullock George, potter
  3. Ross Alfred Charles, j’man tin worker
  4. Bullock William, j’man tinplate worker
  5. Blake Mrs. Eliza, seamstress
  6. Atkins Mrs. Jane, weaver
  7. Newton Alfred, boot and shoe maker
  8. Williams George Henry, chair maker

Brook James, furniture dealer

Here is Charles Street

Return

Hudson George, coal and oil dealer

  1. Flynn Wm. P., postman

Compton Joseph, builder (workshop)

  1. Webb Mrs. Emma, gloveress
  2. Hill Thomas, railway guard
  3. Sawyer Frederick William, labourer
  4. Green Walter, tinman
  5. Gardner Walter, j’man leather stainer
  6. Hodges Arthur, journeyman painter
  7. Dolby Ernest, journeyman carpenter
  8. West George, pensioner
  9. Anderson Joseph, labourer
  10. Glover George Frederick, glover

Here is Nash’s Passage

Robinson Mrs., shopkeeper

Here is Bowling Green Terrace; Also Blockhouse Street

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

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