Cole Hill Worcester 1905

Right Side From Wyld’s Lane

Clay John, Plumbers’ Arms Inn

  1. Daniel Miss Sarah Agnes, apartments

  2. Barrow George, plasterer

  3. Woodward Henry, labourer

  4. Porter Edwd. John, manager & secretary to the Worcestershire Newspapers Printing Company, Limited

  5. Upton House – Holmes Edwin, manager of brush factory

  6. Olinda Villa – Pelsenaire Eugene, engnr.

  7. Montrose Villa – Cantle Chas., chandler

  8. Tyler Edward, glover

  9. Glenavon – Powell Harry Geo., law clerk

  10. The Mount – Cale Ed. J., j’man organ bldr.

  11. Highland Villa – Panrucker Philip Busch, commercial traveller

Here is Rose Terrace, Fort Royal Hill; Also St. Wulstan’s Crescent


  1. Rose Mount – Darke Miss Jane

  2. Morris William, journeyman carpenter

  3. Walden Ho. – Gay Frank, j’man butcher

  4. Emperor Mrs. Emma

  5. Fern Cottage – Powell William John, china modeller

  6. Cale Frederick, journeyman plumber

  7. Grasmere – Eden Mrs., gloveress

  8. Bute House – Fildes Charles Herbert, journeyman carpenter

  9. Hermon Cottage – Skinner Mrs. Mary, widow

  10. Retreat Cottage – Baylis Benjn., tea dealer

  11. Porter William, engine driver

Here Is Richmond Road

  1. Stephenson Thomas, china decorator

  2. Rose Mnt. Cot. – Brown Jno., glove cutter

  3. May Villa – Sanday Thomas, china designer

  4. Clyde Villa – Martin Mrs.

  5. Turner John Mayfield, fitter

  6. Osborne John, journeyman tailor

  7. Cole Hill Villa – Wale Arthur, boot machinist

Malvern House – Brook William, shopkpr.

Here Is Wyld’s Lane

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

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