Waterworks Road (Barbourne) Worcester 1905

Left Side From Sandys Road

  1. Ceylon Villas – Shelton Miss Sarah, dressmaker
  2. Ceylon Villas – Wood Charles, j’man organ builder
  3. Ceylon Villas – Fielder Frederick, china painter
  4. Ceylon Villas – Lucas William H., organ builder
  5. Ceylon Villas – Rushton Frank, porter
  6. Ceylon Villas – Buckingham Jos., j’man engineer
  7. Ceylon Villas – Hicks William, j’man plumber
  8. Ceylon Villas – Paine Fredk., j’man coach builder
  9. Ceylon Villas – Wellsbury George, shopkeeper
  10. Exon James, journeyman painter
  11. Hood George, glover
  12. Chamberlain Harvey, j’man painter
  13. Lazenbury William, glover
  14. Wood Timothy, labourer
  15. Browning Miss Amy, laundress
  16. Salter Matthew, j’man picture framer
  17. Spires Herbert Henry, labourer
  18. Cracroft Alfred, china gilder
  19. Lawrence James, j’man dairyman
  20. Hand Victor, iron turner
  21. Phelps Charles, j’man plumber
  22. Cypress Ho. – Bailey Saml., coml. travlr.
  23. Morcombe Arth. Sidney, leather dresser
  24. Bennett Henry Charles, j’man carpenter
  25. Drinkwater Joseph, printer
  26. Pollard George, railway clerk
  27. Rhodes Mrs. Selina
  28. Osborne Sarah Jane, dressmaker
  29. Perks Thomas, fitter
  30. Perks Mrs. Jane
  31. Thornborrow Chas. Fredk., coml. clerk
  32. Davis Arthur, j’man painter
  33. Spinner Frank, glover
  34. Chappell William, engine driver

Here is Pope Iron Road


  1. Severn View Terrace – Gee Mrs. Ann
  • Severn View Terrace – Wild Arthur H., leather dyer
  • Severn View Terrace – Simpson Henry, j’man carpenter
  • Severn View Terrace – Irvin William, tailors’ cutter
  • Severn View Terrace – Kerrod Wm., j’man bricklayer
  • Severn View Terrace – Mundy Alfred James, compositor
  • Severn View Terrace – Studholme Fredk.
  • Severn View Terrace – Evans David, police constable
  • Severn View Terrace – Clare Arthur, foreman
  • Severn View Terrace – Gardner John, labourer

Worcester Water Works – Thomas Caink, C.E., City Engineer

Waterworks House – Greenway George Herbert, working engineer

Here is Waterworks Walk; Also a Footpath Leading to Lavender Road

  1. Brook Terrace – Brick James
  • Brook Terrace – Hayden Harvey, coml. clerk
  • Brook Terrace – Webb Charles, coachman
  • Brook Terrace – Phillips Thomas, fitter
  • Brook Terrace – Briggs Leonard, Blacksmith

May Villas – Roberts James, insurance agent

May Villas – Drury Mrs. Fanny

Ventnor Villas – Thomas Josiah

Ventnor Villas – Evans Robert, j’man blacksmith

Claremont Villas – Potter Charles William, law clerk

Claremont Villas – Amyes Jas., j’man. Saddler

Irene Vils. – Johnson Con, brewers’ engnr.

Irene Vils. – Newsum Joseph, coml. clerk

Here is Barbourne Lane

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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