Queen Street Droitwich 1905

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Right Side From Worcester Road
Kendrick Mrs. Jane, watchmaker
Skerrett Charles Jones, tobacconist
Smith Mrs. M., “Guardian” Office, printer and stationer
Sillitoe Aaron, saddle and harness maker
Sage F. G. W., photographer & frame mkr.
House void
Here Is Bath Passage
Clifton Harry Watts, fishmonger & poulterer
Patrick George, apartments
Pugh Enoch, blacksmith
Higgins Thomas, saddle & harness maker
Here Are The Royal Brine Baths
Here Is Hanbury Street
Left Side From Worcester Road
Cooke Thomas F., butcher
James D., fruiterer and poultry dealer
Smith Frederick J., Royal Exchange
How Brothers, solicitors
How Archibald Wybergh (How Brothers)
How Francis Ambrose Walsham (How Bros.)
Calthrop Lionel, surgeon
Stockley The Misses S. & E., milliners
Somer Francis Edward, butcher
Christie Hugh Frank, ale & porter bottler
Everton Edward William, draper
Whitmore Mrs. Emma, apartments
Minell George, Red Lion Inn
Queen Street Mews – Thos. Skerrett, Propr.
Bourne Alfred W., hairdresser
Here Is Hanbury Street
Source: Littlebury’s Directory of Worcester & District. Tenth Edition. Printed and Published by Littlebury & Company, The Worcester Press, Worcester. 1905.