1. Stone Mrs. Laura, beer rtlr. (Nag’s Head)
  2. Deakin Thomas, labourer
  3. Deakin William, labourer
  4. Davis Thomas, journeyman painter
  5. Facey William, boot finisher
  6. Rouse Edward, tent and sheet maker
  7. Osborne Samuel, shoemaker
  8. Andrews Harry, journeyman tinman
  9. Haynes Ernest, vice maker
  10. Void
  11. Jackson Frederick, labourer
  12. Facey Mrs. Eliza, tailoress
  13. Facey Harry, boot finisher
  14. Oram George Robert, iron moulder
  15. Owen Mrs. Elizabeth, charwoman
  16. Lerry William, journeyman blacksmith
  17. Birch William, iron moulder
  18. Davis Arthur, carriage trimmer
  19. Cole Charles, compositor
  20. Bishop William, drayman
  21. Mathews Elizabeth, transferer
  22. Gunnell Cyril, clicker
  23. Gear Henry Joshua, compositor

Here Is Providence Street

  1. Hawker Henry, porter
  • Hancocks William Richard, striker
  • Bradley Mrs. Prudence, charwoman
  • Moore Frederick, fitter
  • Hiam Alfred, glover
  • Wedgbury Arthur, leather parer
  • Freer George, j’man blacksmith
  • Pearce Charles, labourer
  • Stevens John, iron moulder
  • Perkins Alfred, glove cutter
  • Udall William, journeyman carpenter
  • Hale Ernest, fitter
  • Trull Frederick, photographer
  • Munn Mrs. Jane, confectioner
  • Chance Alfred, labourer

Here Is Temperance Street; Also Bowling Green Terrace
Source: Littlebury’s Directory of Worcester & District. Tenth Edition. Printed and Published by Littlebury & Company, The Worcester Press, Worcester. 1905.

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