Camp Hill Road (London Road) Worcester 1905

Here Is Battenhall Walk

The Chantry – Yonge John Hy., solicitor

The Shrubbery – Morgan Hy., retired bldr.

  1. Brooklands – Hughes John, mechanic
  2. Brooklands – Thornton Miss Catherine Willets
  3. Brooklands – Rogers Henry, apartments
  4. Brooklands – Rogers Mrs. H., teacher of painting
  5. Brooklands – Conacher James, retired inland revenue officer

Sunnyside – Merrell J., foreman

Hinchcliff James Arthur, draftsman

Bradburn Ernest George, accountant’s clerk

Woodlands – Painter Mrs.

Verniew – Harrington Henry Haines, hop merchant

Here Is Battle Road

Battenhall Mount – Allsopp Hon. Alfred Percy. J.P.

Highfield – Caldicott Walter, J.P., hop merchant


The Trenches – Spreckley Arthur G. (Spreckley Bros., Ltd.)

Woodgate – Williams John Hy., architect

Lynthorpe – Campbell Wm. Arthr., solution

Redcliffe – Glennie Mrs. Henrietta

Battenhall Grange – Tree Warren Williams Arrowsmith, LL. B.

Hawthorndene – Bird Miss Mary

Carisbrooke – Crabbe Captain

The Elms – Southall Samuel

Pillar Box – Hours of collection, 8.15, 9.55, 11.0 a.m., 12.0, 1.55, 4.0, 5.25, 7.10, 8.15, and 11.20 p.m.; Sundays 6.50 p.m.

Here Is Sebright Avenue

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

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