Mealcheapen Street Worcester 1905

  1. Sparshott & Milton, grocers, &c.

    1. Faulkner James, cider and beer retailer (Fleece)

    2. Boddington George, leather seller

    3. & 5. Austin John William, music and musical instrument dealer

5A. Stevenson Charles Fredk. (bakehouse)

5A. Worcester Billposting Cmpany- F. W. Smith, jun., Manager

5A. Halling Henry, cabinet maker

  1. Morton G. & W., boot & shoe manufrs.

  2. Stevenson Chas. F., baker & confectioner

  3. Bullock Mrs. M. Smith, jeweller

  4. Hill Thomas Arthur, Reindeer Hotel

9A. Norledge Joseph Richard, butcher

  1. Bulford & Madeley, provision merchants

  2. Howard Walter, confectioner

  3. Rimell Walter, clothier

Here Is The Old Corn Market


  1. Morroll George, Royal Exchange Vaults

  2. Melia Daniel & Co., Ltd., tea stores

  3. Wright’s Ltd., butchers

  4. Yarnold Jos., The Shades Restaurant & tripe dresser

Here Is Court No. 2

  1. Home & Colonial stores – Albert Goodwin, Manager

  2. Nelson James & Sons, Ltd., butchers –Thomas Aucott, Manager

  3. Moore William, general dealer

  4. Anderson Charles, butcher

  5. Smith Rowland, fruiterer

  6. Hunter’s Tea Stores Ltd.

  7. English and Colonial Meat Purveyors, butchers; John Piggott, Manager

  8. Parsons Miss E. M., hosier and draper

Here is Trinity Street; Also St. Swithin 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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