Fish Street Worcester 1905

Right Side From Palace Row

Nicholson & Co., organ builders

Waldron John, manager of organ works

Here Is Court No. 2.

  1. Void

Here Is Court No. 3.

  1. Gibbons William, shoemaker

  2. Collins Thomas, Plough Inn

  3. Spalding Mrs. Ellen

Sanders Francis, journeyman shoemaker

Here Is Court No. 4.

Avery Thomas, shopkeeper

Here Is Court No. 5 (St. Helen’s Square)

St. Helen’s Square:-

Price William, labourer

Banks Henry William, labourer

George Mrs., gloveress

Mansell Wilson, warehouseman

Rollings George, labourer

Patrick Giles, painter

Ryan William, labourer

Ford John, labourer

House void

Wilding William

End of St. Helen’s Square

  1. Griffiths James, journeyman rope maker

  2. Turner Mrs. Eliza, seamstress

  3. Shipton Joseph, Farriers’ Arms

  4. Davis Thomas, labourer

Barker –

Bowcott William, cycle repairing shop

Hiron William, tailor; custodian of S. Helen’s church

Bearfield Charles, working jeweller

Here Is High Street

Return

St. Helen’s Church – Rev. Charles Chaytor, M.A., Rector

St. Helen’s Parish Room & Sunday School

Stallard Josiah & Sons, Limited, wine merchants (duty paid cellars)

Winwood W. & Sons, furniture stores

Stallard’s Duty Free Stores

New House – Nash Charles, baker

Fildes Arthur, cabinet maker

St. Alban’s Church – Rev. Charles Chaytor, M.A., Rector

Here Is Palace Row; Also Warmstry Slip and Little Fish Street

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

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