UK pub history and historical Street directory

Follow @deadpubs on twitteroo

You can email me with any updates for the site at Kevan

Jon Snow reporting about the abuse, and murder of children by Israel, in Gaza by Israel. Murdering, inhumane, right wing Israeli scumbags who kill children indiscriminately; and bomb hospitals, and United Nations Schools; and do not respect the Geneva Convention.
I am sickened by the murderous attitudes of Israel. Here is Jon Snow of Channel 4 news Jon Snow talking about Gaza

Brick Lane West Side

Brick Lane index     next

Scroll down for earlier Trade directory listing

 

Post Office Trade Directory in 1915, from 81 to 123  Brick Lane

West Side of Brick Lane, going northwards

... here is Hanbury Street ...

81 Fisher Morris, boot maker
83 Fisher Morris, grindery dealer
85 Kruger Mrs Lottie, milliner
87 New Model Laundries Ltd
87 Hyams Isaac, dress maker
89 Rabinowitz Harris, furrier
89 Levite Miss Lily, corset maker
91, 93 & 95 Truman, Hanbury, Buxton & Co Ltd brewers

... here is Quaker Street ...

97 Kaller Asher, tobacconist
    Post & Money Order Office & savings Bank
99 Rodker Moses, stay materials wa
101 Schneider Abraham, chandlers shop
105 Zissman Joseph, cap maker
107 Fishlavitch Harry, hair dresser
109 & 111 Cotton Max,, ironmonger
113 Cotton Max, marble merchant
115a Isaacs Davis, boot maker
117 Goodman Samuel, timber merchant

... here the GER crosses ...
 

119 & 121 Clark Walter Mark, coffee rooms
123 Morris John, hosier

... here is Sclater Street ...
 

Post Office Trade Directory in 1899, from 81 to 123  Brick Lane

West Side of Brick Lane, going northwards

... here is Hanbury Street ...

81 & 83 Goldstein Harris, trimming seller
85 Cohen Woolf & Son, furriers
87 Hyams Isaac, dess maker
89 Levy Isac, news agent

... here is Black Eagle Street ...

    Truman, Hanbury, Buxton & Co Ltd brewers

... here is Quaker Street ...

97 Kaller Asher, tobacconist
99 Rodker Moses, stay maker
101 Bloomenfield Kalman, chandlers shop
103 Glickman Davis, upholsterer
105 Cohen Israel, watch maker
107 Fishlavitch Harry, hair dresser
109 Berger Isaac, grindery dealer
111 Berger Isaac, ironmonger
113 Tru Jerome, wood turner
115 Slonimsky Harris, refreshment rooms
115a Grive Jacob, dress maker
115a Hadkiss Thomas, file manufacturer
    Cobbett & Co, timber merchants
119 Levy Jacob & Sons, tobacconists
121 Clark Walter Mark, coffee rooms
123 Ransom Alfred, hosier
 

Post Office Trade Directory in 1895, from 81 to 123  Brick Lane

West Side of Brick Lane, going northwards

... here is Hanbury Street ...

81 Goldstein Harris, trimming seller
83 Peskin Henry, coffee rooms

... here is Black Eagle Street ...

    Truman, Hanbury, Buxton & Co Ltd brewers

... here is Quaker Street ...

97 Kaller Asher, tobacconist
101 Pike Mrs Amelia Henrietta, chandlers shop
105 Raphel Mrs Esther, clothier
107 Plaskowsky Lazarus, butdher
109 Berger Isaac, grindery dealer
111 Owen Mrs Selina, haberdasher
113 Cohen Abraham & Woolf, boot ma
115 Hadkiss Thomas, file manufacturer
    Cobbett & Co, timber merchants
119 Levy Jacob, tobacconist
121 Clark Walter, coffee rooms
123 Ransom Alfred, hosier

Post Office Trade Directory in 1882, from 156 to 174  Brick Lane

West Side of Brick Lane, going southwards

... here is Sclater Street ...

156 Barnes Robert, drysalter

... here are King Street & Phoenix Street ...

164 Hadkiss Thomas, file manufacturer
166 Morriss William, boot & shoe maker
167 Dipple Charles, tailor
168 Fletcher Wm J, musical instrument maker
169 Morss Henry, watch maker
172 Holmes William, corn chandler
173 Knill George Lee, tobacconist

... here is Quaker Street ...

174 Truman, Hanbury, Buxton & Co brewers

... here is Black eagle Street

... here is Hanbury Street ...

... here Phoenix Street intersects ...

[Some time before 1882, Browns Lane is renamed Hanover Street]

Post Office Trade Directory in 1856, from 153 to 179  Brick Lane

West Side of Brick Lane, going southwards

 

... here Sclater Street intersects

153 Dobell Matthias, corn dealer
154 Pursell John, boot maker
155 Foxall Charles, fishmonger
155 1/2 Chabot William, confectioner
156 Barnes Robt jun, oil & tallow chandler
157 Salmon Robert, fishmonger
    Thompson Wm, greengrocer (Railway Arch)

... here Phoenix Street intersects ...

159 Phoenix, Edward Clayton
160 Morton Edward, surgeon
161 Nash John, tobacconist
162 Kavanagh Mrs Mary, milliner
163 Florance Robert, herbalist
166 Howard Lewis John Thos, sieve maker
167 Hart Frederick, boot & shoe maker
169 Hurst William, watchmaker
170 Flight Hanson, fishmonger
171 Newham William, harness maker
172 Fieldhouse William John, corn dealer
173 Painter William, pastry cook

... here Quaker Street intersects

174 Truman, Hanbury, Buxton & Co brewers

... here Black Eagle Street intersects ...

179 Wagstaff Joseph, greengrocer

... here Browns Lane intersects ....

Post Office Trade Directory in 1851, from 159 to 179  Brick Lane

West Side of Brick Lane, going southwards

... here Sclater Street intersects

156 Barnes Robert, oil & tallow chandler
158 Dorrington John, hair dresser
158 Davey & Pegg, coal merchants
158 Miller Charles, coal merchant
159 Barton John, coal merchant

... here Phoenix Street intersects ...

159 Phoenix, Henry Squires Green
161 Gibbons Sills, chandlers shop
162 Samuel Samuel, watchmaker
164 Hadkin Thomas, file & rasp cutter
169 Hurst Frederick, watchmaker
170 Chester Thomas, bird dealer
171 Drake William, beer retailer
172 Fieldhouse William, corn dealer

... here Quaker Street intersects

174 Truman, Hanbury, Buxton & Co brewers

... here Black Eagle Street intersects ...

179 Wagstaff James, greengrocer

... here Browns Lane intersects ....
 

Post Office Trade Directory in 1841, from 156 to 183  Brick Lane

West Side of Brick Lane, going southwards

156 Barnes Robert, oil & tallow chandler
157 Borrett Thomas, pork butcher
157 Perren Thos, coal & potato dealer
159 Badman Benjamin, grocer etc
159 Mantz Wm Christopher, printer
159 Phoenix, Robert John Ward
173 Cooper James, grocer & tea dealer
    Truman, Hanbury, Buxton & Co brewers
    Davison Robert, surveyor
179 Wagstaff Joseph, coach builder
180 Holmes Jas F, tallow chandler
183 Post Office Receiving House

... Browns Lane ....

 

Cannot find what you are looking for? Try the google search of the sites, pub history at its best - 50,000+ pages & 10,000+ images - I update the pub history site every day! And if you have pub history updates, you can email me at : Kevan

Try google search of the pub history site

Advanced Music, in Hornchurch caters for all your musical requirements, whether it be musical instruments, sheet music, musical scores, reeds, strings or other accessories etc. This is my personal recommendation from many years of dealing with this establishment.


All transcriptions and imagery is copyright, and excepting personal usage (which is fine); it is NOT available for commercial usage or copying onto other websites without explicit permission. Many of the images, and all of the transcriptions are the work of myself and other contributors - please do not steal this work.

And Last updated on: Wednesday, 11-Jun-2014 20:43:35 BST