Newlands Pershore Worcestershire 1905

Right Side From Priest Lane And Church Walk

Church Row – Savoy William, Black Horse

Church Row – Dolphin John, letter carrier

Church Row – Phipps Job, maltster

Church Row – Giles Mrs.

Church Row – Carter Joseph, labourer

Church Row – Annis Chris., labourer

Church Row – Perks F., postman

Church Row – Giles Mrs. Catherine

Church Row – Rogers Mrs. Jane

Church Row – Amiss Herbert, labourer

Church Row – Clarke – , labourer

Church Row – Bell John, letter carrier

Godfrey John, coal dealer

Beard Stephen, gardener

Clemens Mrs., butcher

Dufty Frederick, market gardener

Butler John, basket maker

Dolphin Wm. John, beer retlr. (White Hart)

Insell Harry

Dufty Mrs. Ann

Turvey Mrs. Mary, working gardener

Bell William, gardener

Askew Alfred, labourer

Pritchard Mrs. Sarah, seamstress

Heeks Neighbour Henry, j’man carpenter

Shepherd George, labourer

Heeks Mrs. Martha, laundress

Barnes Mrs.

Hall James, journeyman baker

Clifton Samuel, chimney sweeper

Lewis William, journeyman bricklayer

Spencer William, journeyman gardener

Haywood John, labourer

Palfrey Charles, vanman

Bozward Thomas

Lewis George, journeyman gardener

Carter Frederick, drayman

Champken F., Talbot Inn

Marshall Charles, journeyman bricklayer

Brookes Thomas Henry, shopkeeper

Newland House – Andrews Alfred, grocer

Here Is Head Street

Tombs William Henry, Victoria Hotel

Twigg Mrs.

Cosnett Mrs. Elizabeth, working gardener

Need Mrs. Murtha, working gardener

Evans Mrs.

Dufty Andrew, market gardener

Newman James, labourer

Peat William, labourer

Ball William, journeyman basket maker

Angell Mrs.

Pender Walter

Dufty Mrs. Sam., market gardener

House void

House void

Stratford James, foreman

Waters Thomas, labourer

Hall Thomas, labourer

Kings Thomas, labourer

Wright William, market gardener

Collins Thomas, market gardener

Amerie Court – Cartland Captain Bertram

Here Is Three Springs Road


Clarke William, market gardener

Cosnett Samuel, market gardener

Carter Mrs.

House void

Workman Frederick, labourer

Dufty Andrew

Marshall William, labourer

Hewlett Mrs.

Mann Robert, labourer

Marshall John, labourer

Gosney Mrs. S.

Archer Joseph, fitter

Cowley John, labourer

House void

Palfrey William, baker and confectioner

Hemmings William, gardener

Annis Solomon, journeyman machinist

Dolphin George, journeyman carpenter

North Thomas, labourer

Annis Reuben, labourer

Teague Alfred, labourer

Revill John, marine store dealer

Revill Mrs. Louisa

Cosnett Thomas, labourer

Oakley Harry, labourer

Rock Daniel, labourer

Here Is New Road

Wall Letter-box cleared at 10.55 a.m., 1.10, and 6.30 p.m. week-days only.

Clarke William, labourer

Palfrey Thomas, journeyman baker

Brant Alfred, labourer

Turvey Charles, labourer

Palfrey Frederick, market gardener

Wright Charles, labourer

Cook Mrs.

Haines Mrs.

Pritchard Mrs.

Andrews Holland, baker and gardener

Cosnett Herbert, market gardener

Gregg Mrs.

Price Charles, journeyman bricklayer

Stanton George, journeyman gardener

Phillips William, journeyman carpenter

Turfield Mrs. Sarah, charwoman

Bonner Robert, market gardener

Groves William, journeyman gardener

Clarke Frederick John, coachman

Here is the Back Entrance to The Abbey

(Colonel Hudson’s)

Here Is Priest Lane, Also Church Street, Also Church Walk.

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

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