Right Side From London Road
Sebright Lawn – Tovey Herbert Ernest, bank manager
Greenfield – Webb Walter
Highlea – Void
Melford – Hinds Henry Victor, bank clerk
S. Leonard’s – Void
Wrycroft – Morris Mrs. G. E.
Edlestone – Bennett Wm. (W. Bennett & Co.)
Riversleigh – Faram Chas. S., hop merchant
St. Dunstan’s – Kent James G. (Burrow & Kent), solicitor
Here Is St. Dunstan’s Crescent
Holmden – Urwick Arthur John, M.I.M.E. (Nevile Engineering Co., Ltd.)
Ravendale – Pedley Frederick, salesman at Royal Porcelain Works
The Cottage – Townshend Frank (T. S. Townshend & Sons)
Malvernbury – Beck William (W. A. Beck and Co.)
Battenhall Lodge – Oliver Robert John
Oaklands – Townshend Percy (T. S. Townshend & Sons)
Here Is Battle Road
Right Side from Battle Road
Battenhall Mount – Allsopp Hon. Alfred Percy, J.P.
The Lodge, Battenhall Mount – Walker Col. H. S., chief of County Police
Verniew –Harrington Henry Haines
Fern Bank – Bromage James
The Firs – Green John Richard
Elmwood – Littlebury G. A. Theodore (Littlebury & Company)
Beechwood – Collier Herbert Edward
Lassington – Holtham Henry Weaver
Uplands – Douglas Rev. the Hon. Henry, M.A., Honorary Canon of Worcester Cathedral
Battenhall College – Woodward Miss Alice M., ladies’ college
Eldwick – Void
Woodbury – Rogers Mrs. Sarah E.
Oakleigh – Gibson J., H. M. postmaster
Rolandseck – Mytton William (Bentley, Hobbs, & Mytton)
Pillar letter Box – cleared at 8.30. 10.5, 11.10 a.m., 12.10, 2.5, 4.0, 5.35, 7.20, 8.25, 11.30 p.m. on week-days. Sundays, 7.5 p.m.
Merton – Norman F. O. B.
Knutsford – Void
Rockingham – Ward Berrow, coml. traveller
Sunningdale – Mence Mrs. Mary
Llanio – Jones Hy. Aston, and Miss Alice
The Lyde – Davis The Misses
St. Wulstan’s Lodge – Dingle Frederick Burrington
Here Is Battenhall Walk; Also London Road
Source: Littlebury’s Directory of Worcester & District. Tenth Edition. Printed and Published by Littlebury & Company, The Worcester Press, Worcester. 1905.

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