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The following list of individuals is extracted from Littlebury’s Directory and Gazetteer of Worcester & District, Third Edition, 1879.

It lists private residents and Agricultural & Commercial individuals in Claines.

(Claines is described as including Fearnall Heath, Bevere, Northwick, Astwood, Tolladine. A footnote also records “The principal portion of the parish of Claines is comprised within the limits of the City of Worcester”. This was before the daughter parishes of St Stephens, St Georges and St Barnabas were carved out of Claines.)

 

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Abell George Pearce, Esq., Northwick villa

 

Ames Frederick, Esq., J.P. (master of the Worcestershire hunt), Hawford lodge

The Worcestershire Hunt was here before they moved to the Kennels, now Kings Hawford School.

Bailey Mr. John, Stephenson cottage, Fearnall heath

 

Barker David W., Esq., Mayfield house

 

Barneby Thomas, Esq., F.R.A.S., Morton house, Fearnall heath

Now Morton House retirement home

Baylis Richard, Esq., Dilmore lodge, Fearnall heath

 

Bayliss Wm. Henry, Esq., Mount Elbury

 

Berkeley Major H. W., Lyppard grange

 

Bird George Adam, Esq., Glenthorn

 

Brook Mrs. S., Keephill cot., Fearnall hth

 

Brook Mr. William, Hill cottage, Bevere

 

Castle Captain Charles, Hawford house

Still Hawford House, though now all apartments. (A field opposite is still called “Castles Meadow”)

Chamberlain Mr., Church house

Church House, still exists, now home of Phillips family

Cook Mr. Jas. C., Dilmore cot., Fearnall hth.

 

Copple Mrs., Fearnall heath

Lived at “The Laurels” (Now High Barn, Droitwich Road.

Crump The Misses, Little Perdiswell

 

Curtler Thomas Gale, Esq., J.P., D.L., Bevere house

Owned 700 acres in Claines. One of the major patrons of Claines. Bevere House is now flats.

Curtler Rev. Thomas Gale, M.A. (patron and vicar of St. Stephen’s, Barbourne, and rural dean of East Worcester), Bevere Knoll

Son of above, Bevere Knoll still exists as a private residence.

Dixon Thomas, Esq., Elbury house

 

Dobbs Mr. William, Fearnall heath

 

Eginton Miss E. Audley, Perdiswell cot.

 

Heyworth Major, Bevere bank

 

Holl Dr. Harvey Buchanan, F.G.S., Little Perdiswell

 

Hooper Alfred C., Esq., The Grange

Now “The Grange” private School

Hughes Wm. P., Esq., Fearnall Heath ho.

 

Hughes William Samuel Price, Esq., Northwick hall

Hall no longer exists

Jolley Mrs., Tapenhall cot., Fearnall hth.

 

King Mr. Thomas C., Firland lodge, Fearnall heath

 

Lavie Major Ernest, J.P., Bevere

 

Lilley Miss Jane, Fearnall heath

 

Mence Miss, Fearnall heath

 

Page Mr. Joseph, Fearnall heath

 

Penn James, Esq., Common hill

 

Rich Styles, Esq., Cedars, Fearnall hth.

 

Rowe Mr. Alfred, Fearnall heath

 

Smallwood Rev. William John, M.A. (vicar of Claines), The Vicarage

Old Vicarage, sold in 1980’s now a private residence

Smith Carington Richard, Esq., J.P. (for city of Worcester), Barbourne house

 

Stallard Josiah, Esq. D.L., The Blanquettes

 

Walker Henry, Esq., Perdiswell hall

Hall burnt down mid 1900’s, now Worcester Park and ride.

Whinfield Edward Wray, Esq., Severn Grange, Northwick

 

Wilson John Pardoe, Esq., Bevere firs

 

 

 

AGRICULTURAL & COMMERCIAL

 

Adams Francis & Thos., frms., Ladywood

 

Atkins William, boot and shoe maker, Northwick

 

Barker David Wilson, brick manufacturer, Worcester patent brick works

 

Barnes David, machinist, Fearnall heath

 

Beard Stephen, fruiterer, &c.

 

Beedom James & Henry, millers, Porter’s mill; and 29 Tything, Worcester

 

Belwood Henry, coal merchant, Hawford wharf, and miller, Hawford mill

Hawford Wharf is now “Riverside” at bottom of Lock lane, Hawford Mill is a campsite.

Bennett Charles, station master, Fearnall Heath railway station

No longer a station.

Bill Henry, miller, Mildenham mill

Explains why the mill is known locally as “Bills  Mill”.

Boaz George, miller, Gregory’s mill

Now a trading estate.

Brook Wm., farmer, Hill cottage, Bevere

 

Butler James, surveyor, Bevere green

 

Calder Alfred, farmer, Upper Astwood

 

Carruthers Thos., New Inn, Ombersley rd.

New Inn still serving!

Chambers William, farmer, Astwood, and at Spring Bank farm

 

Cole George, carpenter, Fearnall heath

 

Colley Edward, fruit dealer, Fearnall hth.

 

Collins James, Raven Inn, Red hill

 

Coombs Mrs. S., laundress, Bilford lane

 

Cox Miss J., shopkeeper, Fearnall hth.

 

Davey Joseph, master of Hindlip national school, Fearnall heath

 

Davies John, wheelwright, Fearnall hth.

Lived at Laburnam Cottage, now Laburnam House

Dawson Tom, huntsman, Fearnall heath

 

Day William, farmer, Little Tolladine (and in Warndon parish)

 

Denovan James, farmer, Holy Claines farm

Farm house still exists, most of land consumed for Blackpole trading estate

Ely John, boot maker, Fearnall heath

 

Emuss John, butcher, Fearnall heath

 

Evans Ambrose, shoemkr., Fearnall heath

 

Evans Arth., bricklayer, Churchyard cot.

Original Churchyard Cottage demolished early 1900’s, replaced by current one.

Evans George, baker, Fearnall heath

 

Evans Frank, Mug House, near Church

Mug House, still serving!

Evans J., parish sexton, Churchyard cot.

As Arthur Evans

Evans Wm., shopkeeper, Fearnall heath

 

Haines Thomas, rlwy. Clerk, Fearnall hth.

 

Harris Wm., mkt. gardener, Corn meadow

 

Hartwright James Ford, farmer, Linacres

Linacres Farm, Egg Lane. No longer a separate farm, but house is a private residence

Hayler C., farmer and fruiterer, Lower Town farm

 

Herbert Charles, farmer, Tapenhall farm

Still exists as Tapenhall Farm

Higgins John, farmer, Great Tolladine

 

Hughes Edwin, poulterer, Dilmore lane

 

Hughes Jos., Virgin Tavern, Tolladine

Virgin tavern, still serving!

Jackson John R. G., farmer, Corn Meadow Green farm, and Green farm, Bevere

Corn Meadow Green farm no longer exists. Green Farm does, home of Gwillams..

Jackson Rd. T., farmer, Upper Tapenhall

 

Jelley Mary A., shopkeeper, Fearnall hth.

 

Jones Mrs. E., laundress, Fearnall hth.

 

Jones Heming, mkt. gardener, Northwick

 

Key Erasmus, bull Inn, Fearnall heath

Bull Inn, still serving

Kibblewhite Walter, master of Claines national school, School house

School was established in 1841, still teaching!

Knott Charles, shopkeeper, Northwick

 

Layland Arthur, practical tailor, ladies’ riding habit and jacket maker, &c., Fearnall heath

 

Martin John, poultry dealer, Church cot.

 

Mayhouse Thos. C., farmer, Tapenhall

 

Miles Mrs. Elizth., farmer, Astwood fm.

 

Mills Jn., builder, Elm cot., Fearnall hth.

 

Moss George, farmer, Brick House farm

 

Munslow Jas., coml.. clerk, Fearnall hth.

 

Munslow Miss Elizabeth, Half-Way House, Fearnall heath

Halfway House House, still serving!

North Charles, organist of Claines church and pianoforte tuner (attends as pianist at evening parties, balls, &c.), Laburnam villa, Fearnall heath

 

Pollard George, farmer, Brickfields

 

Powell Wm., coal agent, Fearnall heath

 

Preece Charles, butler for Henry Allsopp, Esq., M.P., The Laurels, Fearnall heath

 

Read George, head gardener for Frederick Ames, Esq., J.P., Hawford

Cottages still exist at “Kings Hawford” School

Robinson Joseph, farm bailiff for Richard Price Hill, Esq., Brickfields farm

Now Brickfields Estate

Rowe William Broad, nurseryman, seedsman, and florist, Barbourne nurseries (see advt. opposite “Nurserymen” in “Worcester Classified Directory)

 

Sansome Isaac John, farmer, Oak farm, Ombersley road

Sansome family still at Oak Farm.

Smith Alfred, farer and hay dealer, Moat farm, Astwood

Farm no longer exists, mainly site of Elgar College of Technology. Farmed by father of Isaac Sansome, above, before moving to Oak Farm.

Smith Henry, builder, bricklayer, &c., Fearnall heath

 

Smith Wm., shopkeeper, Fearnall heath

 

Smith Wm., farm bailiff, Northwick

 

South Wales and Cannock Chase Coal and Coke Co., Lim., depot at Fearnall hth. Station; William Powell, Agent

 

Tandy Edward, White Hart, Fearnall hth.

White Hart, still serving!

Taylor Mrs. laundress, Corn Meadow grn.

 

Taylor Daniel, farmer, Danes green

Now called “St Anthony’s”, in Robin Drive, Abberley Chase Estate

Taylor James, farmer, Northwick

 

Thomas, Mary A., laundress, Fearnall hth.

 

Tolley Elijah, carpenter, Fearnall heath

 

Tupper Mr., railway clerk, Bevere green

 

Turner Ephraim, farmer, Daniel’s farm

Daniels Farm still there, farmed by Phillips family

Wall William, farmer, Ladywood (and in Martin Hussingtree parish)

 

Warner William, miller, Hawford mill

Now Hawford Campsite

Webb Frederick Pace, brick manufacturer, Fearnall heath; and at 86 High street, Evesham

 

White Benjn., farmer, Portfield farm

Now the site of the Farmer;s Boy pub, Tolladine Road

White Henry, blacksmith, Fearnall hth.

 

Williams Mrs., blacksmith, Blackpool gr.

 

Wood John Tracey, farmer and landowner, Tutnall hall

Tutnall (Claines Lane) now private residences.

Woodward Edward, beer retailer (Live and Let Live), Fearnall heath

Live and Let Live demolished in 1980’s.

Woodyatt Charles, farmer, Spellis farm

 

Wyatt William, coachman, Fearnall hth.

 

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