Barton Street, Gloucester

14 July 1909: baptism of Robert Edward Lionel, son of Mr and Mrs Bick, Barton Street

September 1909: advertisement: T. R. Millman and W. Marchant, M.P.S., F.S.M.C., F.I.O., chemists and opticians, 209 Barton Street, Gloucester

Advertisement: D. Gurney, practical tailor. A trial solicited. All work done under personal supervision. Newest patterns for costumes, suitings, trouserings and breeches tweeds. 19 Barton Street, Gloucester (opposite Sir Thomas Rich’s School main entrance)

Advertisement: Edward Goodwin (son of the late Henry Goodwin), 222 Barton Street, Telephone No. 32Y2 any hour. Complete undertaker, funeral furnisher and director. Metallic and elm shell coffins all sizes kept in stock. A large stock of artificial wreaths at moderate prices

Advertisement: S. Botherway, pastrycook and confectioner, 2 and 24 Eastgate Street, and 45 Barton Street. Superior patent flour. Large stock of assorted sweets. Huntley and Palmer’s biscuits. Wedding and christening cakes always kept in stock, or made to order. Unfermented wine.

Advertisement: F. Norville, manufacturing optician: optician to the Gloucestershire Royal Infirmary and Eye Institution. 5 Barton Street (three doors from Clarence Street), Gloucester

January 1932: Candidates for family membership of the Cyclists’ Touring Club: Mr and Mrs T. G. Hall, 25 Barton Street, Gloucester