Drakes Broughton Littleburys Worcester Directory 1905

Distances – About 1 ½ miles from Pershore.
Postal Information – Wall Letter-box cleared at 8.15 a.m. and 6.35 p.m. weekdays only.
The Church of St. Barnabas is served from Pershore.
Elementary School (Mixed) – Average attendance, 69. Mrs. D. Martin, Mistress.
Police Station – H. E. Harford, Constable.

Residents

Bomford Frank, farmer, The Laurels
Bomford Thomas, farmer, Upper farm
Cull George, market gardener
Ewins Henry, market gardener
Fitze Harry, farmer, Caddecroft
Gould Henry, market gardener
Green George, jun., Plough and Harrow Inn, farmer, fruit grower, and butcher
Green George, sen.
Handy George, Drakes Broughton, blacksmith. Shoeing and general smithing. All kinds of repairs done. Workmanship guaranteed.
Hankins Miss Elizabeth, butcher
Hankins Herbert, farmer and market gardener, Wood farm
Harford H. E., police constable
Harley George, wheelwright
Hoddell James, farmer, Chevington farm
Jackson John, farmer, Broughton farm
Manton Mrs. Ann, tobacconist
Martin D. (Fearnside & Martin), stationer
Nash John, market gardener
Panter Edward Thomas
Panter Mrs. Daniel, Monument villa
Panter T. & C., builders & contactors (see advt.)
Passey James, Old Oak Inn
Passey Rawson Henry, builder, Daytonville
Pritchard Miss Anne, market gardener
Upstone Edward, station master, Stoulton railway station
Westwood Thomas, fruit grower, The Firs
Source: Littlebury’s Directory of Worcester & District. Tenth Edition. Printed and Published by Littlebury & Company, The Worcester Press, Worcester. 1905.