Distances – 5 ½ miles E. of Worcester, and 5 N.N.W. of Pershore.
Population – In 1901, 244. Acreage, 1230.
Postal Information – Letters arrive from Worcester (by messenger from Spetchley post office) about 8 a.m.; the Wall Letter-box is cleared at 6.5 p.m. on week-days only. The nearest telegraph office is at Spetchley Goods Station (2 miles S.E.). Worcester (London Road) is the nearest money order office. Post town, Worcester.
Parish Church (St. John the Baptist) – Rev. Henry Martyn Sherwood, B.A., Vicar; Rev. Thomas Pinches, M.A.. Curate; Messrs. James Page and James Morgan, Churchwardens; William Gould, Parish Clerk.
Carrier to Worcester – William Simpson on Saturdays.
Apperley Richard, signalman, Sneachill
Cambridge Charles, coal agent, Prospect house, Low hill
Comeley Thos. George, farmer, Green farm
Day George, haulier, Village
Gould William, carpenter and wheelwright
Haidon Walter, letter carrier, Sneachill
Harbourne Samuel, horse breaker, Sneachill
Harding Thomas, cottage farmer and dealer
Hemming Francis, coal merchant
Hill Thomas, baker, &c.
Lowe H., carrier, Low hill
Lowe Joseph, painter, &c.
Millicheap Miss Elizabeth, cottage farmer
Millicheap John, fruit dealer, Village
Morgan Hedley, farmer, Sneachill farm
Morgan James, farmer, Aston hall
Page James, baker, &c.
Phipps William, farmer, Aston court
Pinches Rev. Thos., M.A., Curate, Green farm
Pound Frederick John, Berkeley Arms, Egdon. Free house; few minutes walk from Stoulton station. Cyclists and picnic parties catered for. Wines, spirits, and cigars. Good stabling.
Rogers Henry, blacksmith
Sanders George John, baker, Sneachill
Sherwood Rev. Henry Martyn, B.A., (vicar) The Vicarage
Simpson William, carrier
Tandy George R., Ivy house
White Mrs. Mary, farmer, Low Hill farm
Willmore James, wheelwright
Wilks Henry, farmer, Moat farm
Young Hrebert [sic], Crown Inn, Sneachill
Source: Littlebury’s Directory of Worcester & District. Tenth Edition. Printed and Published by Littlebury & Company, The Worcester Press, Worcester. 1905.