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CRADLEY is a township, extensive and populous district, and an ecclesiastical parish, formed in 1799 from the civil parish of Halesowen, on the borders of Staffordshire, the river Stour separating it from Cradley Heath in that county; it has a station on the Birmingham and Stourbridge section of the Great Western railway, 2½ miles east from Stourbridge, 4 south from Dudley and 9½ south-west from Birmingham, in the Northern division of the county, hundred of Lower Halfshire, Stourbridge petty sessional division, union and county court district, rural deanery of Dudley and archdeaconry and diocese of Worcester. The town itself lies a little off the main road and forms part of a populous mercantile and manufacturing neighbourhood, in which the iron trade is carried on in all its branches; water is supplied by the South Staffordshire Waterworks Company and gas by the Cradley Heath Gas Company. The church, erected in 1789, and until its consecration in 1798 a chapel belonging to Lady Huntingdon's Connexion, is an edifice of brick, repaired in 1874-5, at a cost of about £4,500 and consists of chancel, nave, south porch and a brick tower added in 1876 and containing 8 bells, shown in the Vienna exhibition of 1873; a new font was introduced in 1867 and an organ built at a cost of £400: there are 750 sittings, 350 being free. In 1852 a grant of land was made by the sons of the late Rev. George Biggs (a former rector of Halesowen) for the enlargement of the burial grounds of this parish, and a second enlargement of one acre was made in 1874. The register of baptisms and burials dates from 1785 and marriages 1802. The living is a vicarage, net yearly value £290, in the gift of the Rector of Halesowen, and held since 1892 by the Rev. Robert Henry Edmondson, of Brasenose College, Oxford, and B.A. of Trinity College, Dublin. The great tithes are held by the lay impropriator, Mr. Jeston Homfray. A vicarage house was built in 1899 by the parishioners at a cost of £2,550. Here is a Unitarian chapel, built in 1796, Baptist, in 1803, Wesleyan, in 1873, Primitive Methodist, in 1882, and New Connexion Methodist in 1856. Messrs. Harper and Moores, Messrs. King Brothers and Messrs. Samuel Evers and Sons, are manufacturers of fire bricks, clay retorts and crucibles, and proprietors of the Stourbridge clay. One mile from the northern extremity of Cradley, in a romantic, richly-timbered vale, is a spring of salt water, called the "Lady Well," highly esteemed on account of its medicinal qualities; in the summer it is very much frequented. There are a few handsome residences here : Hatherton Lodge is the residence of Sir Benjamin Hingley bart. J.P.; The Elms is the property of Mrs. Strawson; Fairview is occupied by Samuel Hingley esq. J.P. and Colman Hill Grange by Thomas Darby esq. Viscount Cobham is lord of the manor. The principal landowners are the New British Iron Company, Jeston Homfray esq., James Holcroft esq. of Stourbridge, James Payton Badley esq. of Dudley, the Old Swinford Hospital, the trustees of Mrs. King, of Wollescote Hall, Stourbridge, Messrs. Joseph King and Co., Messrs. Harper and Moores, Samuel Evers and Sons, and Messrs. Mobberley & Perry, of the Lye. The soil in general is a rich loam, and is noted for the cultivation of cabbage plants; it also produces potatoes and all kinds of grain, and forms excellent pasturage; and the lands on the north and west of Netherend (a part of the township of Cradley) abound with thick coal and fire-clay. The area is 818 acres; rateable value, £17,067; the population in 1891 was 5,709.

  Netherend, Colley Gates, Overend, Two Gates and Colman Hill are near the town.

Parish Clerk, Joseph Fellows Bloomer.


Post, M. 0. & T. O., S. B., Express Delivery & Annuity & Insurance Office.- Miss Alice Christopher, sub-postmistress. Letters arrive from Cradley Heath S.O. at 6.45 a.m. & 2 & 6.15 p.m.; dispatched at 8.55 & 11.10 a.m. & 2.10, 7.10 &8.10 p.m.; sundays at 8.40 a.m

Wall Letter Boxes, cleared at :- Netherend, 7.35 a.m. & 2 & 6.35 p.m.; sundays, 7.45 p.m.; Bridge street, 9.5 & 11.15 a.m. & 2.10, 7.10 & 8.15 p.m.; sundays, 8.50 a.m.; Colley Gate, 7.30 & 11 a.m. & 1.55, 7.5 & 8.5 p.m.; sundays, 7.55 a.m. : Two gates, 8 a.m. 2.20 & 8 p.m.; sundays at 8 p.m

Post Office, Windmill Hill. - Samuel Newby, sub-postmaster. Letters arrive from Cradley Heath S.O. 6.50 a.m. & 6.20 p.m.; dispatched at 8.50, 11.10 a.m., 1.50, 6.55 & 7.55 p.m. Postal orders issued, but not paid. Nearest Telegraph office, Cradley

County Police Station, Colley lane ; Walter Clark, sergeant in charge & 3 constables


PUBLIC OFFICERS.


Inland Revenue Officer, John Macdonald, Scolding green

Medical Officer & Public Vaccinator, Cradley District, Stourbridge Union, Russell Sturgis-White M.B., C.M.. Colley gate ; surgery, Glyndon house, High street

Sanitary Inspector to Stourbridge Rural District Council; Benjamin Thompson, Colley gate


PLACES OF WORSHIP, with Times of Services.


Cradley Church, Rev. Robert Henry Edmondson B.A, vicar; Rev. Thomas Frederick Monahan B.A. curate ; 8 & 10.45 a.m. & 3 & 6.30 p.m. ; daily 8.30 a.m. except wed. & fri. 11 a.m.; baptisms, mon. 3 pm.; wed. 7p.m

Baptist, High street, Rev. Wm. Alfred Barker.; 10.45 a.m. & 6.15 p.m.; thurs. 7.30 p.m

Methodist New Connesion, Colley gate, 10.30 a.m., 2.30. & 6 p.m. ; thurs. 7 p.m

Primitive Methodist, 70.45 a.m. & 6 p.m. ; thurs. 7.30 p.m

Unitarian, Netherend, Rev. Edward Potter Hall B.A. ; 11 a.m. & 6.30 p.m

Wesleyan, High street, Rev. Samuel Shrimpton ; 10.30 a.m. & 6 p.m. ; thurs. 7 p.m


Schools.


National, Church street (mixed), for 410 ohildren; average attendance, 360 children ; Joseph Jaquiss, master

National (infants'), erected in 1898, for 225 children ; average attendance, 180; Mrs. C. A. Roper, mistress

British, Church street (boys, girls & infants), built in 1871, enlarged in 1895, for 280 boys, 200 girls & 160 infants; average attendance, 250 boys, 190 girls & 120 infants ; John James Homer, master ; Miss Elizabeth Edwards, mistress ; Miss Ruth Lucy Wright, infants' mistress

National, Netherend, erected in 1796 (the boys' school was opened in 1872), for 260 mixed children & infants ; average attendance, 230 mixed & 76 infants; William Henry Guest, master

National, Park Lane (infants), for 21O children; average attendance, 100; Mrs. Alice Green, mistress


Railway Station, Cradley Heath, Walter Harris, station master


Carriers to Birmingham.-Alfred Wooldridge, Netherend to 'Phoenix,' Park street, on tues. thurs. & sat


(For other names in the district, see Stourbridge; also Cradley Heath & Rowley Regis, Staffs.)


PRIVATE RESIDENTS.

Attwood John, Colley Gate house, Colley gate

Attwood Mrs. Elmsleigh, Colman hill

Bache Chas. Chapel ho. Lyde green

Barker Rev. William Alfred (Baptist), Colley orchard

Barnsley Benjamin, Westbourne villas, Highfield road, Windmill hill

Bate Alfred, Furlong lane

Bate Mrs. Beecher view, Furlong Lane

Bissell George Simeon, The Hollies, Park road, Colley gate

Bloomer Joseph Fellows, Lyndsale, Beecher street, Colman hill

Beasley Miss, Park view, Two gates

Brazier Adam, Colman hill

Brazier William, Salt Hill house

Bridgewater Mrs. Furlong lane

Chapman Wm. Alma ho. Windmill hl

Clewes Chas. Hodgetts J.P. The Park

Dakin Charles, 1 Colman hill

Dakin George Frederick, Clent view, Windmill hill

Darby Thos. The Grange, Colman hl

Davis George, Westbourne villas, Highfield road, Windmill hill

Edmondson Rev. Robert Henry B.A. (vicar), The Vicarage

Forrest Joshua, Woodland vw. Colman hl

Garratt Julius, Holloway ho. Colman hl

Griffin Darius, Aston vils. Colley gate

Griffin Wm. sen. Aston vls. Colley gate

Grove Edward Harry, Colley gate

Hall Rev. Edward Potter B.A. (Unitarian), Parsonage, Netherend

Hingley Sir Benjamin bart. J.P. Hatherton lodge

Hingley Jsph. Linton ho. Colman hill

Hingley Miss, Hatherton lo. Colmn. hill

Hingley Saml. J.P. Fairview, Colman hl

Homer Thomas, The Limes, Colley gate

Hudson William John, The Laurels, Colley gate

Hughes Mrs. Cleveland vil, Church st

Jaquiss Joseph, Lyndhurst, Highfield road, Windmill hill

Jennings Andrew, Netherend

Kendrick Mrs. West end, Colley gate

Monahan Rev. Thomas Frederick B.A. (curate), Colman hill

Oliver Mrs, Church street

Oliver Mrs. The Poplars, Windmill hl

Palmer Joseph, Fern cottages, Highfield road, Windmill hill

Perry Harry Ridgdale, Two gates

Payton Thomas, Rose cottage, Highfield road, Windmill hill

Preston Mrs. Woodland vw. Colman hl

Rees Geo. Tregaron ho. Colley orchard

Shrimpton Rev. Samuel (Wesleyan), Glyndon house, Lyde green

Sidaway Mrs. Eglantine, Highfield road, Windmill hill

Simon Wm. Denziel villas, Colman hl

Sturgis-White Russell M.B., C.M. Colley gate

Tate Mrs. Colley lane

Thompson Benjamin, Colley gate

Thompson Miss, Clyde ho. Colman hill

Westwood Richard, Park terrace, Park road, Colley gate

Willetts Alfred Henry, Furlong lane

Willetts James, Colman hill

Wylde Mrs. Victoria vil. Furlong lane

COMMERCIAL.

Adams Charles, chain maker. Windmill hill

Adams Clara, Ada & Florence (Misses), milliners & drapers, Furlong Lane

Adams James, carpenter, Furlong lane

Adams Joseph, shopkeeper, Two gates

Adams William Henry, chain maker, Colman hill

Ashmore George, horse slaughterer, Two gates

Attwood Eliza (Mrs.), hame maker, Lyde green

Attwood John, butcher, Colley gate

Attwood John, carter, Netherend

Attwood Joseph, chain maker, Mill lane

Attwood Richard, chain maker, High street

Auden Arthur, Old Two gates P.H. Two gates

Auden John, Sun P.H. Overend

Bache Mary (Mrs.), shopkeeper, New street

Bache Thomas, baker, victoria street

Barker & Son, drapers, High street

Bate Lucy (Mrs), chain maker, Lyde green

Bate Philip, chain maker, High town

Bate Samuel, chain maker, Overend

Bate Thomas, shopkeeper, Overend

Bate William Edward, greengrcr. Victoria terrace, High st

Batham Daniel, beer retailer, High street

Beasley Alfred, haberdasher, Beecher street, Colman hill

Beasley Allen, chain & chain cable maker, Colley orchard

Beasley Caleb, carpenter, Park view, Two gates

Beasley Charles, farmer, Two gates

Beasley Charles, shopkeeper, Windmill hill

Beasley Joseph, chain maker, High town

Beasley Joseph, tip nail maker, Two gates

Beasley Philip, grocer, High street

Beasley Simeon, grocer, Windmill hill

Bennett Clement, beer retailer, Two gates

Bills Alfred, shopkeeper, Colley lane

Bissell James, shopkeeper & chain maker, High street

Bloomer Abel, hardware dealer, High town

Bloomer George Albert, linen draper, Colley gate

Bloomer Giles, chain maker, Colley gate

Bloomer John, miller (steam), hay & straw dealer & corn merchant, Bridge street

Bloomer Joseph, chain maker, Colley lane

Bloomer Joseph Fellows, builder & parish clerk, Colman hl

Bloomer Philip, chain maker, High town

Bloomer William, chain maker, High town

Blunt Felix, shopkeeper, Bridge street

Boxley Henry, chain maker, Two gates

Boxley Peter, chain maker, Colley orchard

Boxley Philemon, chain maker, Lodge lane

Boxley Rosanna (Miss), chain maker, Two gates

Boxley William Henry, grocer & carter, Two gates

Brettell James Alfred, grocer, Colley gate

Bridgewater Esther (Mrs.), butcher, High street

Bridgewater Hannah (Mrs.), greengrocer, Bridge street

Bridgewater Hannah (Mrs.), grocer, High street

Brooke John, chain maker, Mill lane

Brown Joseph, chain maker, Lyde Green

Buckley William, shopkeeper, Colley gate

Butler Arthur T. architect, Colley gate

Case Philip, shopkeeper, Colley lane

Chaloner John, carpenter, & shopkeeper, Windmill hill

Chier John Thomas, butcher, High street

Christopher Alice (Miss), tobacconst & post office, High st

Christopher Joseph, shopkeeper, Butcher's lane

Clark Walter, sergeant of police, County Police Station, Colley lane

Clarke William, fishmonger, High street

Clewes T. M. & Son, wool dealers & wool mop, rope, twine & waterproof cloth makers & government contractors, Park mills, Colley gate

Cilft Alfred, chain maker, Bridge street

Clift Elijah, chain maker, New street

Clift Henry, boot & shoe dealer & haberdasher, High st

Colwood Joseph, boot maker, High street

Cook William Henry, Crown P.H. Lyde Green

Cooper Caleb, insurance agent, Beecher st. Colman hill

Corbett John, plumber, New street

Corbett William, painter, High street

Cornock Sidney, shpkpr. & schl. attendance officer, High st

County Police Station (Walter Clark, sergeant), Colley la

Cox Caleb, chain maker, Colley lane

Cox Caleb, chain maker, Park road, Colley gate

Cox Caleb, draper, Windmill hill

Cox Daniel Sampson, shopkeeper, Furlong lane

Cox Henry, chain maker, Butcher's lane

Cox John Albert, chain maker, High street

Cox Mary Ann (Mrs.), chain maker, High town

Cox Stephen, chain maker, New street

Cox Thomas, Round of Beef P.H. Windmill hill

Cox Thomas Geoffrey, butcher, Windmill hill

Crampton John, farmer, Netherend

Crampton Samuel, chain maker, Windmill hill

Crampton Thomas, shopkeeper & nail maker, Two gates

Cranton Henry, shopkeeper, Lyde green

Cutler Frederic Edward, Rose & Crown P.H. High street & brewer, Lyde Green

Dallow Richard, fancy draper, High street

Darby Joseph, tailor, Windmill hill

Davies George, printer, Windmill hill

Davies James, draper, High street

Dentith Joseph, shopkeeper & corn dealer, High street

Dewhurst Alfred, boot & shoe maker, High street

Dunn H. & Co. chain & chain cable makers, Lyde Green

Dunn Stephen, chain maker, Lyde Green

Dunn William, shopkeeper, Windmill hill

Edmonds Herbert, pawnbroker, High street

Edmonds Thomas, shopkeeper, Windmill hill

Edwards William, chain maker, Little hill

Elwell Josiah, chain maker, Lodge lane

Evans James, chain maker, Two gates

Evers Samuel & Sons, fire clay & fire brick manufacturers, Homer hill fire clay & fire brick works

Falcon Yeast Co. (John Wm. Stiff, proprietor), yeast merchants, Park road, Colley gate

Feldon Sarah (Mrs.), shopkeeper, Two gates

Fellows Thomas, Old Mogul P.H. Netherend

Fendall John, chain maker, Inhedge

Forrest Edward, chain maker, Church road

Forrest Edward, Shopkeeper, Colley lane

Fowkes Robert, chain maker, Colley lane

Gill George, shopkeeper & chain maker, High town

Gill George, jun. grocer, High street

Gill Priscilla (Miss), chain maker, High street

Gill Samuel, beer retailer, Two gates

Gill Solomon, butcher, Colley gate

Gill Solomon, jun. boot & shoe maker, Colley gate

Gill Solomon, jun. boot maker, Park road, Colley gate

Gillam James, chain maker, Lyde green

Glaizer John, chain maker, High street

Golden George, chain maker, Butcher's lane

Green John, chain maker, Lodge lane

Griffin William (postal address, Cradley Heath), anchor, chain & chain cable ma. forgings &c. Victoria forge

Griffiths Francis, Black Swan P.H. High street

Griffiths William, chain maker, New street

Grove Edward Harry, solicitor, Colley gate

Grove Eli, chain maker, Crndley fields

Guest Edward, Old Vine P.H. Park road, Colley gate

Harbach William, anchor maker, Little hill

Harper David, haberdasher, High street

Harper & Moores Limited (Joseph Moore, man. director), colliery proprietors & fire brick makers, Netherend (postal address, Stourbridge)

Harper Moses, nail maker, Colley orchard

Harris Benjamin, shopkeeper, Two gates

Harris David, chain maker, Little hill

Harris Ezra, grocer, Windmill hill

Harris Harry, chain maker, High street

Harris Joseph, chain maker, High town

Harris Joseph, chain maker, Little hill

Harris Joseph, chain maker, Victoria street

Harris Walter, station master, Cradley heath

Harrison Joseph, chain maker, New street

Harvey William, hair dresser, High street

Hawkeswood Edward, Bull's Head P.H. & grocer, Overend

Hawkeswood William, coal dealer, High town

Head John, shopkeeper, Little hill

Hemming Harry, butcher & grocer, Overend

Herrin Henry Jabez, Horse & Jockey P.H. Netherend

Hickman Arthur Samuel, tobacconist, Colley gate

Hickman Benjamin, shopkeeper, Colley gate

Hill Frederick, chain maker, Lyde green

Hill John, shopkeeper, Park road, Colley gate

Hill Maria Ann (Mrs.), shopkeeper, Netherend

Hingley David, chain maker, Butcher's lane

Hingley Henry, nail maker, Overend

Hipkiss Henry & Co. iron forgers & anchor makers, Lodge forge

Hipkiss Ann Rebecca (Mrs.). Lodge Forge P.H. New st

Hipkiss William, red & blue brick works & quarry owners, Lodge lane

Hodgetts Benjamin, butcher, High town

Hodgetts Charles, shopkeeper, High town

Hodgetts Henry, chain maker, Two gates

Hodgetts Joseph, butcher, High street

Homer Alexander, chain maker, Windmill hill

Homer Harry, chain maker, New street

Homer John, beer retailer, Overend

Homer Neri, chain maker, Little hill

Homer Paul, ironmonger, High street

Homer Samuel, grocer, Netherend

Homer Thomas, solicitor, Colley gate

Horton Hannah (Mrs.), greengrocer, High street

Jones & Lloyd, manufacturers of anchors, anvils, vices, bolts, nuts, rivets, spikes & wrought nails, chain cables, rigging & crane chains, hammers, shipping tackle &c. &c. &c; hardware merchants, Scotia works & Cradley forge; & at 162 Edmund street, Birmingham. T A "Neptune," Cradley & Birmingham

Jones Charles William, shopkeeper, Colley gate

Jones Samuel, confectioner & baker, Colley gate

Jones Samuel, shopkeeper, Furlong lane

Kendrick William, chain maker, Two gates

King Bros. Stourbridge fire brick & gas retort manufacturers, Netherend (postal address, Stourbridge) ; & at 46 Penn street, Curzon street, Birmingham

King Joseph & Co. coal masters & brick, tile and terra cotta manufacturers : architects' designs estimated for, Netherend (postal address, Stourbridge) ; T A, "King Co. Lye"

Kirton George, chain maker, High street

Kirton Samuel, chain maker, Two gates

Kirton William, chain maker, High street

Leonard Sarah (Mrs.), draper, Two gates

Littlewood John Thomas, shopkeeper, High street

Macdonald John, inland revenue officer, Scolding green

Mason Charles, farmer, Overend

Meacham Arthur, baker, Park road, Colley gate

Meredith Joseph Albert, carpenter, builder & contractor, Furlong lane

Meredith Samuel, bricklayer, Furlong lane

Millward David, toy dealer, Windmill hill

Mole Albert, Horse Shoe P.H. & blacksmith, Colley gate

Moore Selina (Mrs.), chain maker, Windmill hill

Morris Edward, Fish P.H. High street

Newby Samuel, confectioner & post office, Windmill hill

Oliver Eliza (Mrs.), beer retailer, Park side

Oliver Frank, Talbot htl. brewr. maltster & farmr. Colley gate

Oliver John, carpenter, Colley gate

Parsons Abigail (Mrs.), chain maker, Little hill

Parsons Alfred, chain maker, Lyde Green

Parsons Daniel, shopkeeper, High street

Parsons John, chain maker, Church lane

Partridge George, chain manufacturer, Park side

Partridge Myra (Mrs.), chain maker, New street

Payton Arthur, coffin maker, Woodland view, Colman hill

Pearce Charles, grocer, High street

Pearce Charles, shopkeeper, New street

Pearshouse Joseph, beer retailer, Netherend

Pearshouse Lillie (Miss), tobacconist, High street

Pearson Samuel, fishmonger, Colley lane

Perry Charlotte (Mrs.), grocer, Two gates

Plant George, shopkeeper, High street

Plant Warwick, greengrocer & fishmonger, High street

Plumpton Annie (Miss), draper, Colley orchard

Plumpton Thomas, blacksmith, Colley orchard

Poole John, commission agent, Colley lane

Priest David, frost screw maker, Butcher's lane

Priest James, chain maker, Bridge street

Priest John, chain maker, Butcher's lane

Proffitt Daniel, beer retailer, High town

Radford Samuel, confectioner, High street

Rawlins David, chain maker, Lyde green

Raybould David, chain maker, Colley lane

Raybould Richard, shoe maker, High street

Robertson Joseph, chain maker, Mill lane

Robinson Cornelius, chain maker, High street

Robinson Evan, shopkeeper, High town

Robinson John, shopkeeper, High street

Robinson Stephen, boot maker, Colley gate

Rock Joseph, chain maker, Beecher street

Roper George Albert, White Lion inn, Colley gate

Round Edward, shopkeeper, Netherend

Rowley Thomas, British Arms P.H. Furlong lane

Rudge True Ann (Mrs.), china & glass dealer, Colman hill, & chain maker, Beecher street

Salt Mary (Mrs.), shopkeeper, Bridge street

Saunders John, beer retailer, Lyde green

Shaw Thomas H. secretary to the Sheet Iron Workers' Industrial Society Lim. Phoenix works

Shaw William, chain maker, Lyde green

Sheet Iron Workers' (The) Industrial Society Lim. (Thos. H. Shaw, sec.), galvanizers, Phoenix works, Cradley

Sidaway Joseph, butcher, High street

Sidaway Louisa (Mrs.), grocer, High street

Slim George Adrian, Holly Bush P.H. High street

Southall Benjamin, shopkeeper, Windmill hill

Southall Charles, chain maker, Lyde green

Southall George, chain maker, High town

Spencer Edward William, shopkeeper, Colley gate

Spencer Martha (Mrs.), grocer, Windmill hill

Sprake Edmard, blacksmith, Church lane

Stafford John, chain maker, Netherend

Stanley Mary Ann (Mrs.), wardrobe dealer, High shreet

Stiff Jn. Wm. shopkeeper, Colley gate, & grocer, Park rd

Stiles Ann (Mrs.), beer retailer, Furlong lane

Stoneley John, fishmonger, New street

Sturgis-White Russell M.B., C.M. surgeon, medical officer & public vaccinator, Cradley district, Stourbridge Union, & Glyndon house, High street, Colley gt

Sutton Thomas, coal dealer, Colley gate

Tate James, shopkeeper, Colman hill, & grocer, Beecher st

Tate John Howard, greengrocer, Colley gate

Tate Jsph. Mirari, ironmngr. furn. dlr. & bldr. Windmill hl

Tate Thomas, farmer, Overend

Tate William Edmard, butcher, Furlong lane, Colley gate

Taylor George, boot & shoe dealer, Colley lane

Taylor Henry, chain maker, Two gates

Taylor James Henry, beer retailer, Two gates

Taylor Thomas, draught nail maker, Park side

Thomas John, boot maker, Colley gate

Thompson Benjamin, sanitary inspector to Halesowen rural district council, Colley gate

Tibbetts Alfred, carter, Overend

Tibbetts Alfred, shopkeeper, New street

Tibbetts William, beer retailer, High street

Troman John, chain maker, Mill lane

Walker Edward Taylor, chain maker, Lyde green

Walker Felix, chain maker, Lyde green

Walker Hezekiah, beer retailer, Victoria street

Walker Mary (Mrs.), chain maker, Lyde green

Walker William, chain maker, Lyde green

Warr Joseph, fruiterer, greengrocer & insurance agent, High street

Weaver Edward, shopkeeper, Bridge street

White John Henry, grocer, High street

White Thomas, shopkeeper, High street

Willetts Thomas, chain maker, New street

Willetts William, chain maker, Beecher st. Colman hill

Willetts William, chain maker, Windmill hill

Williams John, grocer, Beecher street, Colman hill

Williams Sarah (Mrs.), chain maker, Butcher's lane

Witley Colliery Co. Lim. coal merchants ; depot, Overend wharf, Overend

Wood Mary Ann (Mrs.), shopkeeper, Lyde green

Woodhouse Thomas, chain maker, Overend

Wooldridge Elijah, chemist, Lyde green

Working Men's Temperance club (Mrs. Elizabeth Osborne, manageress), High street

Worton Albert, chain maker, Beecher street

Worton Solomon, chain maker, Colley orchard

Worton Solomon, greengrocer, Colley gate

Worton William, chain maker, Beecher street, Colman hill

Wyer Arthur, chain maker, Colley lane

      



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