Left Side From St. Oswald’s
Britannia Lodge – Quarterman Arthur, professor of music
Ivy Cottage – Wheller John, inspector N.S.P.C.C.
& 48. Willoughby Mrs. Jane, fancy draper
Quarterman John, butcher
& 44. Gregory Harry (Plume of Feathers)
Morris John, pork butcher
St. George’s Place (1.) Boelter R. W. offices of the Linna syndicate
St. George’s Place (2.) James Miss Harriet, apartments
St. George’s Place (3.) Whiteman Bros., hardware dlrs.
Here Is Court No. I
Venice House – Higgs Miss L., milliner
Smith Hugh, tobacconist and hairdresser
Martin P. A., butcher
Thorpe James, fruiterer
& 30. Morgan Robt., bookseller & stationer
Hughes Henry, baker, &c.
Here Is Hebb Street; Also Barbourne Road
Right Side From St. Oswald’s
St. Oswald’s Hospital and Church (re-built 1875) – Rev. George Francis Hooper, M.A., Chaplain
St. Oswald’s – Hooper Rev. George Francis, M.A., (chaplain of St. Oswald)
Worcester High School for Girls, Ltd. –Miss Alice Ottley, Head Mistress
The Whistones – Leicester Hubert Aloysius
The Mall – Wilding L. J., M.R.C.S.
The Priory – Boodle D. Gore & Co., dentists
Whiteladies House – Hillard Fredk. Arth., M.A., (head master of Worcester Royal Grammar School)
Whiteladies House – Scruby F. S., B.A., Crowe G. L. (assistant masters at Grammar School)
Worcester Royal Grammar School (Queen Elizabeth’s Foundation) – Frederick Arthur Hillard M.A., Head Master
Queen Elizabeth’s Almshouses (20) – erected by the Six Governors and Supervisors of the Free School and Almshouses
Here Is Little London; Also Barbourne Road
Source: Littlebury’s Directory of Worcester & District. Tenth Edition. Printed and Published by Littlebury & Company, The Worcester Press, Worcester. 1905.