Chestnut Street (Arboretum) Worcester 1905

Right Side From Chestnut Walk

  1. Smith Rose, registry office

  2. Void

  3. Turner Albert, jeweller

  4. Cooper Hebert, groom

  5. Probert George, glover

  6. Smiley John, ex police warder

  7. Cox Joseph, draper’s assistant

  8. Barlow Edwd., boot and shoe maker

  9. Sutton Alfred, baker and grocer

  10. Dickens Stephen groom

  11. Banks Mrs. Sarah, tailoress

  12. Lane James, j’man cabinet maker

  13. Bryant William, j’man watchmaker

  14. Chambers William, journeyman painter

  15. Marsh Samuel, journeyman painter

  16. Moore Wm., bath attendant

  17. Coldicott Henry, journeyman plumber

  18. Jones John, railwayman

  19. Martin Miss Gladys, apartments

  20. Void

  21. Void

  22. Price Mrs. Sophia, lodgings

  23. Sturgess Miss Annie M., lodgings

  24. Upton Mrs. Elizabeth, laundress

  25. Hall George, coal agent

  26. Turner George, journeyman carpenter

  27. Bishop Alice, gloveress

  28. Built Charles, jobbing gardener

  29. Soley John, journeyman cooper

  30. Spring Mrs. Mary, laundress

  31. Scriven Mrs. Emma, laundress

  32. Bray Joseph, builder

Knight J. C., baker (yard only)

Here Is Lower Chestnut Street

Return

  1. Dalley William, labourer

  2. Clarke Thomas, labourer

  3. Void

  4. Davis Herbert, railway carriage cleaner

  5. Welch Mrs. Christiana, charwoman

  6. Hampshire Frank, machinist

  7. Palmer Job, blacksmith

  8. Gullett James, j’man upholsterer

  9. Probert Augustus, journeyman painter

  10. Gregg James, fireman

  11. Bradley Miss

  12. Void

  13. Jones William, Coach painter

  14. Johnson William, labourer

  15. Flint Mrs. Jessie, apartments

  16. Clackson John, wood carver

  17. Gaurd Charles, prison warder

  18. Jones William, manager of public hall

  19. Cole Henry, post office clerk

  20. Cotton Henry, labourer

  21. Baskerville Edwin, telegraph linesman

  22. James Thomas, journeyman tinman

  23. Void

  24. Richards Miss Ann

  25. Thompson Maud, florist

  26. Roberts Edward, compositor

Here Is Chestnut Walk

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

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