Bank Street Worcester in 1800
Right Side From High Street
Worcester Old Bank – (Berwick, Lechmere, Isaac, Martin, & Cherry)
Bank House – Walker John, bank cashier
Midland Vacuum Cleansing Campy., Ltd.; T. C. McMichael, Manager
Victoria Hotel – Harrison W. J., Proprietor (see advt.)
The Worcester Ice & Cold storage Company
Meredith J. H. & Co., hop warehouse
Faram C. H. & Co., hop warehouse
Prosser William, rag merchant
Jones Mrs. Mary Ann, Berkeley Arms
Brigden Thomas, trading as Stokes M. A. & Co., basket manufacturers
Here Is Court No. 1.
Roberts Thomas, labourer
Gospel Hall
Here Is Powick Lane
House void
Lee William, fitter
Countess of Huntingdon’s Free Church – Rev. Edwin J. Boon, Minister
Here Is Chapel Walk Leading To Bull Entry
Warehouse – Evans Samuel, cooper
Here Is Court No. 2.
Herald Cottages –
Powell John A., musician
Harding William Thomas, machineman
Nutt Mrs. C, warehousewoman
Thomas Francis William, caretaker
Spencer Mrs. Ada, Rising Sun Inn
Worcester Dispensary and Provident Medical Institution – W. F. White, Secretary (office, 59 Foregate Street); Herbert Haywood, Resident Dispenser; open daily from 9.30 a.m. till 1 p.m., and from 5 till 8 p.m., except on Sundays and Bank Hols.
Worcester Charity Organization Society (office hours 12 till 1 daily, Saturdays excepted – Henry Urwick, J.P., Hon. Sec.; Miss Urwick, Assistant Hon. Sec.; Charlton Jones, Agent
Free Registry for Young Servants – Office hours 2.30 to 3. 30 p.m. on Wednesdays and Saturdays – Mrs. R. Maund, Agent
Simes C. E., Worcester Drapery Stores (side entrance)
Here Is High Street
Source: Littlebury’s Directory of Worcester & District. Tenth Edition. Printed and Published by Littlebury & Company, The Worcester Press, Worcester. 1905.

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