Davies, Charles Douglas Percy [Rev., FRAS] (1856-1931), born Tewkesbury in Gloucestershire, educated at Cheltenham College and Pembroke College, Oxford. Ordained in 1880 his other interests included campanology and astronomy. A founder member of the BAA he was elected president in 1924. In contributions to astronomy laid in optics and the fabrication of mirrors. He retired to Kemerton in Worcestershire, near to Tewkesbury where he observed with a 9-inch reflector with a With mirror (Stroobant 1931; Obit. MNRAS, 92 (1932), 246-8).
Eld, Francis John [Revd.; FRAS] (1830-1922), born Foleshill, Warwick. Head Master of the Grammar School at Worcester, a solar observer who contributed to the Solar Section of the British Astronomical Association. After retirement he moved to Suffolk, taking the living of Polstead.
Perrins, James Dyson [FRAS] (1823-1887), donated a 6-prism spectrograph to the RAS (Obit., MNRAS, 49 (1889), 163-4)*.
Wooldridge, Harry [Henry] Ewart (1913-2006) of ‘Lyndhurst’, Stoke Road, Aston Fields, Bromsgrove, Worcs. Like Ball he started with a 16cm reflector, but later had a 22cm and a 25cm reflector (photo, JBAA, 123  (2013), p. 119). A foreman engineer, like Burrell, he made parts for the others. Wooldridge was a superb artist, and produced many coloured planetary and lunar drawings. A member of “Mr Barker’s Circle”, an observing group of eight men active from April 1934 to December 1938 and May 1946 to May 1948 (see Hertfordshire; McKim 2013).
*These 2 men are associated with Lea & Perrins Worcester Sauce