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PORTSMOUTH 1855 Post Office Directory - Traders K - R

Portsmouth pubs history index - Portsmouth 1855 Directory

TRADERS.

Keesing James, general dealer, 63 St. Mary street.
King Elizabeth (Mrs.), berlin repository, 30 St. Mary st
King Geo. fly & mourning coach proprietor, 30 St. Mary st
King Thomas, town carrier, 3 Oyster street
Kitchener Robert, Cornish Arms, Broad street
Knapp William, shopkeeper, 26 Oyster street
Knott Sarah & Son, shipping butchers, 58 Broad street
Knott Charles, chemist & druggist, 47 St. Mary street
Knott Sarah Warren (Mrs.), brewer & spirit merchant, East street
Knott Sarah Warren (Mrs.), Union tavern, Broad street
Lang John, coal factor & commercial agent, 4 King William place & Bath square
Lang Joseph, butcher, 61 Broad street
Landlord Charles, salt & coal dealer, St. Thomas street
Langridge George, tailor, 88 St. Mary street
Lapthorn William Henry, sailraaker, ship chandler & agent to H. D. P. Cunningham's self-reeling topsail, 29 Broad st
Latter John,house & ship joiner & cabinet maker, 20A,Broad street, & 10 & 11 Queen street, Portsea
Legg George Austin, bookseller & stationer, 102 High street
Leverett Sarah Jane (Miss), Still tavern, Bath square
Levy David, navy agent, 65 High street
Lewinginn George, currier & leather seller, 22 Warblington st
Lewis Henry, printer, bookseller & stationer, 114 High st
Lewis William, shopkeeper, 30 East street
Lipscomhe John, coffee & dining rooms, 69 High street
Lipson Robert, china dealer, 72 Brood street
Litchfield William, Bell, 67 High street
Livesay Augustus Fredk. architect & surveyor, 80 Penny street
Loe Abraham, beer retailer, 49 Penny street
Loe George, coach builder & livery stables, 126 High street
Lovelock John, beer retailer, Prospect row
Luscombe Edward, chemist & druggist, 44 High street
Macartney Frederick, hairdresser & perfumer, 29 High street
Main Elizabeth (Mrs.), grocer, 51 Broad street
Mariner Richard, Three Horse Shoes, West street
Marsh George, beer retailer, East street
Marshall Frederick, importer of wines & spirits, 53 High street
Martin James, Anglesey inn, & brewer, Oyster street
Martin John, consulting dental surgeon, High street
Massey George, hatter, 118 High street
Massey John, Golden Bell, & brewer, 28 St. Mary street
Mathews James Nelson, beer retailer, 21 Lombard street
Mayell Caroline (Miss), milliner & lace warehouse, 95 High st
McBryan James, plumber & glazier, 51 St. Thomas street
McCheane Thomas & John, merchant, & general commission agents, 66 St. Thomas street
McKenna Daniel, beer retailer & wheelwright, 23 Warblington street
McSheen Henry, beer retailer. East street
Meades Mary Ann (Mrs.), Three Tuns, East street
Miller Barnard Charles, cabinet maker, 19 St. Mary street
Miller Frederick, upholsterer & furniture broker, 74 High street
Miller Harriet (Mrs.), clothier, 19 St. Mary street
Mist Margaret (Mrs.), lodging house, 38 St. Thomas street
Mitchell Henry James, naval outfitter & tailor, 32 High street
Mitchell Robert, hairdresser & perfumer, 60 Broad street
Mitchell William, dairyman, 54 St. Mary street
Mitchell William Hope, solicitor, 128 High street
Moor Arthur, grocer, Broad street
Moore Jane (Mrs.), beer retailer, 34 St. Mary's street
Moorman George, White Horse, White Horse street
Moreton Joseph, boot & shoe maker & general dealer, 33 St. Mary street
Morgan Ann (Mrs.), secondhand clothes dealer, 7 St.Mary st
Morgan Thomas, coal & wood dealer, Prospect row
Morrison William, Prince William Henry, West street
Myatt John, agent for Pickford & Co. 74 High street
Nance Andrew, omnibus & fly proprietor, & railway agent, Broad street
Nash Samuel, carver & gilder, 67 St. Mary street
Nathan George, tobacconist. 28 Oyster street
Neale Henry, Parade Pier hotel, Grand parade, near the Victoria pier
Neale James, Victoria, Battery row
Newland William Bingham, carver & gilder, prlntseller & paperhanger, 116 High street
Newlyn George, grocer, 45 St. Mary street
Newlyn John, solicitor, 95 St. Thomas street
Nicholas John, tailor, 80 St. Thomas street
Nichols Henry, beer retailer, Bath square
Norkett Henry, hatter, 51 High street
North George Charles, North's commercial coffee Sf dining rooms, 68 High street, Victoria pier
Notting Elizabeth (Mrs.), Thatched House, Broad street
Notting Robert, hairdresser, 36 Broad street
Ogburn Joseph, Fitzclarence tavern, Green row
Owen Henry, outfitter, 88 Broad street
Owen Richard, watch & clock maker, 3 1/2 Broad street
Oxenham William, beer retailer, East street
Paddick Willhim, fruiterer, High street road
Pafford Joseph, shopkeeper, Crown street
Palmer Edwin, merchant shipping; butcher, East street
Palmer Henry, linendraper, 102 High street
Palmer Richard, greengrocer, Broad street
Pappalardo Vincent, consulate for Brazil, Spain, Sardinia, Two Sicilies, Uruguay, Duchy of Parma, & United States of America, & agent to Austrian Lloyd's, 64 High street
Parkinson Thomas, United Service hotel, 94 High street
Parsons William, chemist & druggist, 31 St. Mary street
Payne Samuel, Neptune & Mars, Broad street
Pearce Richard, baker & grocer, 56 St. Mary street
Peckham Edward, boot & shoe maker, 20 St. Mary street
Peirce Jane (Mrs,), grocer & tea dealer, 103 High street
Pellerin Julius, fruiterer & greengrocer, 28 Broad street
Perin Hubert, fancy repository, 86 High street
Pickford & Co. (John Myatt, agent), general carriers, 74 High street
Piercey Moses, surgeon, 124 High street
Pike, Spicer & Co. brewers & spirit merchants, Penny street
Pink John, Shipping S; Mercantile tavern. Oyster street
Pinn Thomas, artificial flower maker, 58 St. Mary street
Pitt George, dining rooms, 5 Broad street
Pittis Richard Mathews, baker & grocer, 59 St. Thomas street
Poate Richard, portrait painter, Pembroke street
Pope Stephen, grocer, 111 St. Thomas street
Portsmouth S; Ryde United Steam Packet Co. (Alfred Heather, manager), Baltic wharf
Pounds John, boot & shoe maker, 8 St. Mary street
Powell George, gunmaker, 9 Pembroke street
Prettejohn Nicholas, corn merchant & cattle dealer, 40 Broad street
Prew Thomas, pork butcher, 66 Broad street
Prince of Wales Club (H. J. Dorrien, esq. lion, treasurer; William Mincbln, hon. sec.), 34 High street
Pritchard Edward, Vine tavern, 23 Lombard street
Quinton John, Rodney's Head, & fly proprietor, St, Nicholas street
Ralfs William Henry, blacking maker, White Horse street
Randall Henry, tobacconist, 4 St. Mary street
Raper William Augustus, M.D. St. Mary street
Redhouse Attrill, beer retailer, 70 High street
Reed James, ship chandler, Oyster st & 11 Wish st.8outhsea
Reed Thomas, beer retailer, 11 High street
Reynolds Thomas, shopkeeper, 38 Warbllngton street
Richards George, government pilot, 3 Battery row
Richards George, tobacconist, 7 Barrack street
Richards Mary Esther (Mrs.).marlne store dealer,41 East st
Richardson Knowles, Fountain commercial tavern, builder & undertaker, High street road
Richman William, general dealer, 70 St. Mary street
Rickman William, tea dealer & grocer, bread & (biscuit baker, & shipper of bonded stores, 22 Broad street
Riddett Mary (Mrs.), bricklayer, 53 St. Thomas street
Ridlington Daniel, hairdresser, 4 1/2 Pembroke street
Robinson Alfred Robert, Golden Cross, Broad street
Rogers Edward, hairdresser, 78 St. Thomas street
Rolph Thomas, M.D. 15 High street
Roper William, fruiterer & greengrocer, Golden Lion lane
Ross Thomas, shopkeeper, High street
Rout George Clark, navy & army outfitter, 88 1/2 & 90 High street
Rout Henry Robert, tailor, 89 St. Thomas street
Routledge Eliza (Mrs.), Blue Posts, Pembroke street
Russell Robert, shopkeeper, West street
Ryley John, fruiterer, Pembroke street
Sergeant Henry, plumber & glazier, 63 High street
Sargeant William, soda water maker & foreign fruiterer, 36 High street
Saunders Thomas, boot & shoe maker. East street
Saunders William Henry, chemist & druggist. 113 High street
Savaue William, locksmith & hellhanger, 18 Warbllngton st
Savell William, beer retailer, High street road
Sayer Joshua Saffery, wine & spirit merchant, 48 High street
Sayer Wellington, agent to the Hants, Sussex & Dorset fire office, 48 High street
Seally Samuel, shopkeeper. Armoury lane
Seer Thomas, Ordnance Arms, & carver & gilder, 69 St. Mary street
Shawyer James, mast & block maker,Town quay & Buteman's alley
Selby Jane (Miss), tailor & outfitter, 49 High street
Shearer John Rodney, Marine View hotel, 6 Grand parade
Shepherd James, china dealer, 49 St. Mary street
Sheppard David, leather seller, 21 St. Thomas' street
Sheppard George, bootmaker, 85 High street
Sheppard John, postmaster, Green row
Shipley Sophia (Mrs.), tobacconist, 31 St. Mary street
Shugar John Merritt, solicitor, 145 High street
Sibert Justin, boot it shoe maker,3 Bathing lane
Silver Stephen, butcher, 18 St. Mary street
Silvester Eliza (Mrs.), Post Boy, St. Thomas' street
Silvester John, hairdresser, 45 Warblington street
Simmoiids George, linendraper, 120 High street
Simpson James, beer retailer, 10 Warblington street
Slatter William, gasfitter & tin plate worker, Pembroke st
Slight Henry, surgeon, 100 High street
Slight Julian. surgeon, 125 High street
Smith Horatio Nelson, coal merchant, corn, malt & hop merchant, & railway carrier, 13 Warblington street
Smith John, grocer, 69 Broad street
Smith John, shoeing smith & farrier, 15 St. Mary street
Smith Mary Ann (Mrs.), Queen Charlotte, Broad street
Smith Sarah (Mrs.), Sir John Falstaff, Nobb's lane
Smithers John Houghton, watchmaker & jeweller, 105 High street
Snook & Edwards, silk mercers, 109 High street
Snook & George, ejg merchants & fruiterers, 17 Oyster st
Spalding John, beer retailer, West street
Spencer, Browning & Co. opticians & engineers, 52 High st
Spencer Joseph, lodging house, 20 Broad street
Sprake James, Olive Branch, East street
Squance Frederick, Wellington tavern, 62 High street, near the Victoria pier
Stallard James, Old Blue Bell, 58 St. Thomas' street
Stapleford John, undertaker & furniture broker, 1 Crown st
Stebbing George, optician, 65 Broad street
Stevens James, boot & shoe maker, 108 St. Thomas' street
Stevens William, staymaker, 39 St. Mary street
Stewart Elizabeth (Mrs.), dressmaker, 64 St. Mary street
Stokes Richard, Kings Head tavern, Broad street
Slow Samuel, hairdresser, 17 St. Mary street
Surman William, shopkeeper, 57 St. Mary street
Suter Ann (Mrs.), grocer & provision dealer, 38 Broad st
Suter Matilda (Miss), berlin repository, Market place, High street
Swiney Rebecca (Miss), seminary, 29 Oyster street
Taylor Elizabeth (Mrs.), lodging house, 3 Keppel row
Taylor Joseph, beer retailer, 112 St. Thomas' street
Taylor Robert, coach builder, 40 Penny street
Terry John it Son, poulterers, fruiterers & greengrocers, Market place & 15 Lombard street
Thomas Rees, Royal Swan tavern, Green row
Thomas Samuel, carver & gilder, 10 St. Mary street
Thomas William, beer retailer, 16 St. Mary street
Tibbitts Jarvis Sowley, correspondent of the ' Times' newspaper, 5 Battery row
Tilly William, soap manufacturer, 41 St. Thomas' street & Prospect row
Tollerby George Hewlett, butcher, 25 Broad street
Tompson Francis, Arethusa & Crice,' 3 Broad street
Totterdell Edward M. & Co. outfitters to the royal family, & shirt makers, 107 High street, & 62 Queen street, Portsea
Trayler James, tailor it outfitter, Pembroke street
Treakell Joseph, music warehouse, 75 High street
Trew William, umbrella maker, 2 Pembroke street
Turner Alfred, Cross Keys tavern, St. Mary street
Tyhurst Anne (Mrs.), glass & china dealer, 73 High street
Ubsdell Robert Henry Clements, portrait painter, 135 High street
Van den Bergh Louis Arnoldus & Son, merchants, ship brokers, & agents for the'Shipping & Mercantile Gazette,' Bath square
Verrant Thomas, egg merchant, 24 Oyster street
Vicat Thomas, tailor, 18 Penny street
Vick Emma (Mrs.), lodging house, 69 St. Thomas' street
Vick George Wiliam, tailor & outfitter, 37 High street
Vickery James, Glaziers' Arms, St. Thomas' street
Vine Charles, grocer & marine store dealer, 47 Broad street, & Bath square
Walker John, shopkeeper, 2 West street
Walker William Charles, Orange Tree tavern. East street
Wallis William, fruiterer & dealer in game, Pembroke st
Walters Isaac, shopkeeper, 11 St. Mary street
Ward Harry, tailor, Broad street
Ward Joseph, Phoenix tavern. King street
Warrell Sherriff, Ship Kent, St. Mary street
Way Caroline Sarah (Mrs.), seminary, 83 St. Thomas' st
Way James, boot & shoe maker, 65 St. Mary street
Way James William, commission agent, & agent to the Merchants & Tradesmen's Mutual life assurance, Plate Glass insurance office, & Unity tire association, 20 St. Thomas' street
Way Richard James, relieving officer for Portsmouth, 83 St. Thomas' street
Webb John, cornfactor, 100 St. Thomas' street
Weeks Thomas, butcher, Warblinuton street
Weeks William George, Bee Hive tavern, 34 Warblington street
Wells William, beer retailer, 13 Lombard street
Westmore John, confectioner, 5 Green row
Wheeler John, birmingham & Sheffield warehouse, 67 Broad street
Wheeler John William, linendraper, 88 High street
Whitcombe Joseph George, pawnbroker, 36 St. Mary st
White Maria (Mrs.), lodging bouse, 147 High street
White Mary Ann (Miss), milliner & dressmaker, 76 High st
White Richard, surgeon, 13 High street
White Thomas, ship builder & engineer, 81 St. Thomas' st
White William, East & West Country House,' Bath square
White William, oyster dealer, 2 St. Mary street
Wickenden William, shipping & custom bouse agent, & agent to the Havre steum packet company. Broad street
Wilkinson James, zephyr hat manufacturer, 61 St. Mary st
Williams Edward, carpenter & joiner, Lombard street, & 3 Newport street, Southsea
Willis Thomas, plumber & glazier & blacking maker, 37 St. Mary street
Wilson William, umbrella maker, 66 St. Mary street
Windsor James, tailor, 48 Broad street
Wood Thomas & Son, brass founders, 109 St. Thomas' st
Wood Anne (Mrs.), teacher of the pianoforte, 146 High st
Woollven Charles, chemist & druggist, 108 High street
Wright William, chemist & druggist, 92 High street
Wyatt Joseph, beer retailer, East street
Young Ellen (Miss), seminary, 13 St. Thomas' street
Young George, butcher, 46 St. Mary street
Young James Miller, butcher, 47 High street



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