Albany Road (Tunnel Hill) Worcester 1905

Left Side from Tunnel Hill.

  1. Penrhyn House – Stone W., engine driver – Stone Mrs., shopkeeper

  2. Shepherd Robert, sheet dresser

  3. Green Mrs., lodgings

  4. Jones Richard, iron turner

  5. Houldey Henry, iron turner

  6. Rowbery John, railway porter

  7. Crump Mrs. Martha, gloveress

  8. Green Benjamin, boot repairer

  9. Hinton Richard, labourer

  10. Rowberry Charles, railwayman

  11. Yates Richard Edward, pattern maker

  12. Jackson Henry, labourer

  13. Handy Henry, goods foreman

  14. Morris Charles Frederick, engine driver

  15. Davies Arthur, journeyman carpenter

  16. Void

  17. Hill John, sheet repairer

  18. Dance Francis, fireman

  19. Patrick Samuel, fireman

  20. Jones William, labourer

  21. Mona Villa – Bridge John James

  22. Walker Jesse, engine driver

  23. Crane Herbert James, foreman

  24. Cousens Sidney, railway clerk

  25. Jenkins Miss Eliza, gloveress

  26. Goodman Samuel, j’man confectioner

  27. Simmonds John, commercial clerk

Here is Vicar Street

Return

  1. Brentwood Vils. – Jones Alb., pattern mkr.

  2. Brentwood Vils. – Price – , grocer’s assistant

  3. Brentwood Vils. Scott Miss Emily, gloveress

  4. Brentwood Vils. Void

  5. Brentwood Vils. White Mrs. Mary

Rose Villa – Blackmore Thos., engine driver

  1. Spring Villa – Parker George Percival, engine fitter

  2. Avon House – Cox Joseph, engine driver

Stratford House – Ingram John, rly. inspector

  1. Brunswick Villa Jakeways James, signalman

  2. Evans David, traffic inspector

S. Barnabas’ Mission Room

  1. Compton House – Nicholls Mrs. F., Watkins Mrs. J.

Here is Tunnel Hill

Source: Littlebury’s Directory of Worcester & District. Tenth Edition. Printed and Published by Littlebury & Company, The Worcester Press, Worcester. 1905.

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