Hamilton Road (Wylds Lane) Worcester 1905

Left Side from Wyld’s Lane

1 St. Godwald’s Villa – Hall Geo., coal agt.

  1. Holder Henry, commercial clerk

  2. Murphy Thomas, moulder

  3. Perks Edward John, fitter

  4. Blay John

  5. Jennings Thomas, engine driver

  6. Mayville – Fildes Mrs. Ann, dressmaker

  7. Fernville –Hunting John, goods checker

  8. Elmville – Reason Wm., painter

  9. Roseville – Fleet Christopher, j’man tin-plate worker

Here Is Derby Road

  1. Hamilton Terrace – Smith Mrs.

  2. Hamilton Terrace – Rodber John, glover

  3. Hamilton Terrace – Spragg Thos. Fred., j’man shoemkr.

  4. Hamilton Terrace – Preece Sidney, glover

  5. Hamilton Terrace – Norman Benjamin, moulder

  6. Hamilton Terrace – Trotter William, carter

  7. Hamilton Terrace – Perkins Joseph, glover

  8. Hamilton Terrace – Beddle Arthur, journeyman tinman

  9. Hamilton Terrace – Hill William, j’man stonemason

  10. Hamilton Terrace – Stone Albert, labourer

  11. Hamilton Terrace – Jones Richard, foundryman

  12. Hamilton Terrace – Charles Charles, lino. Operator

Return

  1. Fellows William Hy., compositor

  2. Mash Mrs. Elizabeth

  3. Ashburner William, railway guard

  4. Hobbs Frederick, j’man shoemaker

  5. Price Charles, leather staker

  6. Jenkins Alfred, potter

  7. Underwood Thomas, glove cutter

  8. Beard Samuel, foreman glover

Here Is Derby Road

  1. Oakville – Stone Arthur, foreman painter

  2. Ashville – Yard Sam. Dan., j’man cooper

  3. Beechville – Leighton Mrs.

  4. Evans Frederick, potter

  5. Robinson Mrs., box maker

  6. Sanders William Edward, boot finisher

  7. Neal Charles, glover

  8. Laurel Cottage – Burgess Mrs. Eliza, apartments

  9. Laurel Cottage – Burgess Edward G., sign writer

  10. Hamilton House – Farr Henry, cashier

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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