Happy Land North (St. Johns) Worcester 1905

Left Side From Knight Street

Montrose Cottage – Downes William

Ivy Cottages – Farmer Charles

Ivy Cottages – Fisher Robert, glove cutter

  1. Fern Cot. – Denbinski Arth. Thos., labrer

  2. Fern Cot. – Banks John, j’man carpenter

Eastnor Cots. – Severn Wm., insurance agnt.

Eastnor Cots. – Frost Emma

  1. Brunswick Ter. – Beard Samuel, tinman

  2. Brunswick Ter. – Danford William, labourer

  3. Brunswick Ter. – Hill William, drayman

  4. Brunswick Ter. – Farley Joseph, j’man gardener

Here Is Happy Land West

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Broxash Villa – Hancock Rd., j’man carptr.

Broxash Cot. – Harris Thos., mayor’s officer

Broxash Cot. – Essex Richard Arthur, solicitor

Chance George, j’man blacksmith

Chance Albert, journeyman gardener

Grafton Villa – Young Henry, accountant

Belgrave Villa – Lloyd Miss

Cromwell Villa – Knott Hy. Chas., compositor

Westbourne Cottages – Drew William Hy., j’man bricklayer

Westbourne Cottages – Burton Joseph, labourer

Rose Cottage – Bruton William, tailor

Cale William, painter

Alpha Villa – Garbutt Mrs.

Rosedene – Revis Harry, agent

Marlborough Cottage – Johnson Wm., glover

Croft Cottage – Void

  1. Cedar Cots. – Stinton Walter, china painter

  2. Cedar Cots. – Aspey George, j’man carpenter

Donside Villa –Powell Wm., coml.. clerk

Glyndon Villa – Cole Geo., china painter

Belle Vue Place – Short Edward, sawyer

Belle Vue Place – Butler John, j’man engineer

Belle Vue Place –Thrupp Annie, shopkeeper

Here Is Knight 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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