Ombersley Road Droitwich 1905

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Right Side From Ombersley Street
St. Nicholas’ Church – Rev. Henry James Hammond, B.A., Rector
Horne David, engine driver
Horne James, platelayer
House void
Hammond Rev. Henry James, B.A., (rector of St. Nicholas)
Cruck David, labourer
The Poplars – Vituals Vincent, butler
Reeves J., night porter
Briar Mill Cottages – Collins Geo., labourer
Briar Mill Cottages – Hesson Henry, labourer
Left Side From Ombersley Street
Rallins Charles, gunsmith
Rallins Mrs. Charles, dressmaker
Horne J., labourer
Here Is Westwood Crescent
Westwood Crescent start :-

  1. Hartland Frank, apartments
  2. Udale James, horticultural lecturer

  3. The Elms – Garbitt Mrs. E., apmts.

  4. The Elms – Howard E., L.R.C.M., organist and teacher of music

  5. The Elms – Easlea Edgar, coal merchant

Westwood Crescent End
The Limes – Walker Mrs. S. W., apartmts.
Willow House – Bearcrott Arthur Jas., solr.
Pembroke House – Reilly Mrs. and Miss, boarding establishment
Stalls Farm – Harrison William Thomas, farm bailiff
Here Is Chawson Lane
Here Is the Canal Bridge
The Firs – Wheeler Mrs., farmer
Littlebury’s Directory of Worcester & District. Tenth Edition. Printed and Published by Littlebury & Company, The Worcester Press, Worcester. 1905.