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Walter T Ware and Inglescombe Nurseries
Both of my grandfathers worked at Wares Nurseries on a south facing hillside between Bath and Englishcombe. Edwin Curtis Adolphus Williams was known as Ted. He went to Chelsea Flower Show, but I am not sure how many times. Alfred Sidney Allen Watts was known as Sid. Both grandfathers lived on Whiteway Road at numbers 21 and 28 / 29. I would like to know more about other people who worked at Wares, and who lived in the tied houses on Whiteway Road. Some workers may have lived in Englishcombe village and walked daily using Washpool Lane.

Posted: 2021
Bath, Somerset


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