Trinity (The) Worcester 1905

Right Side From Queen Street

Phillpot Mrs. Martha, caretaker

Junior Boys’ Class Room in connection with St. Martin’s School

Trinity Gardens –

Trinity Gardens – (8) Adams Reuben, j’man painter

Trinity Gardens – (7) Blakeman William, harpist

Trinity Gardens – (6) Harman Mrs., charwoman

Trinity Gardens – (5) Rogers Henry, porter

Trinity Gardens – (4) Burbeck Thomas, tinman

Trinity Gardens – (3) Creese Mrs. Charlotte, box maker

Trinity Gardens – (2) Cotterill Michael, cab driver

Trinity Gardens – (1) Cooper Mrs. Ann, charwoman

  1. Arnett Mrs.

  2. Hill Edward, journeyman boat builder

  3. Twining Mrs. Ann

  4. Checketts Mrs. Eliza, charwoman

Here Is Trinity Street

Worcester Co-operative Society’s Warehouse

Void

Fisher Moss, financial agent

The Golden Cross – Masters Thos. & Co., outfitters, &c.

Here Is The Cross

Return

Union Club – (back entrance)

Smith Fredk. & Co., bill posters (warehouse)

Void

Burden Walter J., (back entrance)

Trinity Works – Baylis Ebenezer & Son, colour printers, &c.

Here Is Trinity Street

Trigg Percival, porter

Here Is Court No. I.

Hodgetts James, porter

Hodgetts William, machinist

Stanley Thomas John, hay trusser

St. Martin’s Boys’ School – Samuel Riley, Head Master; C. Riley, Assistant Master

Here Is Queen 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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