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Poplar High Street, South Side part 5

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Between 184 & 186 Poplar High Street existed Clarkes Yard where Rose Myletts' lifeless body was discovered in 1888, believed to be a attributed as a victim of Jack the Ripper.

The Post Office Directory, in 1944 from [in 1934] 154 to 210 Poplar High Street

... here is Simpsons Road ...

188 & 163 Shaw G W & Sons Ltd, coopers
Holmsdale House (Council flats)
210 Resolute Tavern, Geo & Mrs Ada E Cooper
 

Numbering  from Kellys Directory, in 1934 from 154 to 210 Poplar High Street

154 Poplar (Borough of) Finance Department
158 Burley Albt Geo, trousers maker
170 to 176 Pickfords Ltd, carriers
178 Howell Mrs Emma, leather seller
182 Ash Miss Eleanor Julia, grocer
188 & 163 Shaw G W & Sons Ltd, coopers
194 Lavers Fredk, glass merchant
196 & 198 Pile H & Co Ltd, wholesale ironmongers
202 Gibbons Richard, chandlers shop
208 Elsdon Albt Edward, tobacconist
210 Resolute Tavern, Mrs Violet Rose Davies

... here is Harrow Lane ...

Numbering from Post Office Directory,in 1915 from 154 to 210  Poplar High Street

154 Riddall John Charles, builder & tax collector
170 to 176 Pickfords Ltd, carriers
178 Howell Mrs Emma, marine store dealer
182 Ash Alfred Ernest, grocer
188 Shaw G W & Sons Ltd, coopers
196 & 198 Pyle H & Co Ltd, wholesale ironmongers
200 Wilkins James, boot maker
202 Collins John, grocer
204 Unwin Arthur, confectioner
208 Lockwood Mrs Minnie, tobacconist
210 Resolute Tavern, Thomas Salter

... here are Harrow Lane & way to Millwall Junction Railway Station ...
 

Numbering from Post Office Directory,in 1910 from 154 to 210  Poplar High Street


... here is Simpsons Road ...

154 Riddall John Charles, builder & tax collector
168 Whitbread Samuel, gasfitter
170 to 176 & 107 Pickfords Ltd, carriers
178 Howell Mrs Emma, marine store dealer
182 Downey Mrs Sarah, grocer
188 Shaw G W & Sons Ltd, coopers
196 & 198 Pyle Hy & Co Ltd, wholesale ironmongers
200 Wilkins James, boot maker
202 Collins John, grocer
204 Unwin Arthur, confectioner
206 Gill Thomas, cats meat dealer
208 Lockwood Thomas, tobacconist
210 Resolute Tavern, Henry Rogers

... here are Harrow Lane & way to Millwall Junction Railway Station ...
 

Numbering from Post Office Directory,in 1899 from 154 to 210  Poplar High Street

154 Riddal John Charles, builder & tax collector
158 Maynard George, confectioner
168 English George, confectioner
172 James James, smith
174 Turnbull Alexander, laundry
176 Muggleton Chas Wm, carman
178 Howell Chas Wm, marine store dealer
182 Smitk William, carman
184 Williams Brothers, grocers
186 Meade Walter, blind maker
188 East London Confectionery Co
192 & 171 Canty Mrs Mary, laundress
194 Jones Mrs Eliza, dressmaker
196 Pyle Henry, who ironmonger
198 Pasfield Mrs Sarah, tobacconist
198a Daniell Arthur, builder
200 Wilkins James, bootmaker
202 Stoner John, oilman
204 Davies George, haberdasher
208 Lockwood Thomas, tobacconist
210 Resolute Tavern, Henry Rogers

... here are Harrow Lane & way to Millwall Junction Railway Station ...
 

Numbering from Post Office Directory,in 1882 from 154 to 210  Poplar High Street

154 Riddall John Charles, builder
156 Public Vaccination Station
158 Jones Benjamin, dairyman
160 Rose Geo Hy, master mariner
162 Hinton Luther, rate collector
166 Godder William, accountant
168 Tunbridge Wm, confectioner
    Powtre William, horse dealer
170 Orr David C & Co, iron ship cementers
172 Leverton Albert Edward, carver etc
174 Cottee Chas Lyon, tea dealer
176 Muggleston Chas Wm, carman
178 Tanner William, greengrocer
180 Hatfield Wm Thos, fancy repos
182 Greenacre John Hy, ham dealer
184 Best Samuel, grocer
186 Newton Mrs Catherine, tobacconist
188 Gravenor Charles, batter
194 Medden Charles Fred, bootmaker
196 Daniell Thos Blaber, ironmonger
198 Mowll Mrs Phoebe, tailor
    Kelsey Havelock, tobacconist
200a Canty Mrs Mary, laundress
200 Wilkins Wm Jas & Sons, bootmakers
202 Vurnow Francis, oilman
204 Lloyd Francis, oilman
206 Dickinson Mrs Elizh, tobacconist
210 Resolute Tavern, Hill, Davis & Co

... here are Harrow Lane & way to Millwall Junction ...


1871 census - (a selection - not complete)

210 Henry De Ritter, Publican  Resolute Tavern
208 Alice Ware, stationer
206 Elizabeth Dickinson, Tobacconist
204 George Harding, provision stores dealer
202 Thomas Turner, Master Tailor
200 William Wilkins, Boot & shoe maker
198 William T Mowll, Tailor & Draper
196 William Prout, Ship carpenter
196 Thomas B Daniels, Master Smith
194 Charles Cole, Artist
192 Isabella Kerrison
Thomas J Capper, Coppersmith
190 James Flower, Lighterman
James Hoew, Lock Gatesman
188 William Crofts, Undertaker
186 Charles Gregory, Labourer
184 Joshua Machin, Grocer & Cheesemonger
182 John Greenacre, Ham & beef dealer
180 Charles Porter, Watchmaker
178 John Stride , Carpenter
176 Mary A Rogers, Fancy Repository
174 Elizabeth Leverson, Carver & Guilder
170 Harry F Norfes, Delivery Foreman East Dock
166 Henry A Gibbs, Timber Merchant
160 John Cameron, linendraper & Joiner
158 Joseph Bradbury, Printer
 

Numbering from Post Office Directory,in 1869 from 154 to 210  Poplar High Street

154 Riddall John Charles, butcher
158 Bradbury & Williams, printers
160 Cameron John, linen draper
162 Coleman Edward
168 & 222 Gibbs Jno Y & Son, auctioneers etc
174 Leverton John H, carver & gilder
176 Baker, Nairne & Oxley, solicitors
176 Baker William, solicitor
176 Rogers Miss Mary A, fancy repository
178 Watts John, matting maker
180 Porter Charles, watchmaker
182 Greenacre Thomas, ham dealer
184 Machin Joshua, grocer
186 Peterken Henry jun, printer
188 McLean George, surgeon
190 Cookman Mrs E J, dress maker
194 Atkins & Cole, watch makers
196 Daniell Thos Blaber, ironmonger
198 Mowll William, tailor
200 Wilkins Wm Jas, boot & shoe maker
202 Turner George & Son, tailors
204 Draper William, baker
206 Dickinson Mrs Elizabeth, tobacconist
208 Ware Wm N, printer & stationer
210 Resolute Tavern, Stephen English

... here is Harrow lane ...
 

1861 census  (not necessarily complete) from 64 ?  to 77a

 -- Harrow Lane
77a John Rose, Licensed Victualler [Harrow]
76 Henry G Watts, Joiner
75 Mary Hadigan, Tobacconist
74 George Turner, Tailor Master
73 William Wilkins, Boot maker
71 Charles W Cole, Watch & Clock maker
70 James Woolnough, Lighterman
69 George Payne, Carpenter
65 John Rutter, Corn porter
64 Charles Porter, Watch maker

Numbering in 1856 from Post Office Directory, from 64 ?  to 77  Poplar High Street (in opposite direction)

65 Mariner George, hat manufacturer
66 Talmedge Mrs Mary A, grocer
67 Dutton Miss Ann, dressmaker
68 Meseena John Nathaniel, surgeon
69 Skingley Mrs Agnes, straw hat maker
71 Atkins William, watchmaker
71 Cole Charles, artist
71a & 230 Daniell Thos Blaber, ship smith
72 Howling Richard, china warehouse
73 Wilkins Wm Jas, boot & shoe maker
74 Turner George, tailor
75 Dawson Nicholas, stationer
76 Casson & Dawson, printers
 

Numbering in 1851 from Kellys Directory, from 64 ?  to 77  Poplar High Street (in opposite direction)

64 Ceely Charles Christopher, builder
65 Sanderson John, oil & colorman
66 Talmedge Daniel, grocer & cheesemonger
67 Dutton Miss Ann, dressmaker
67 1/2 Poplar Literary Institution - Thos E Bowkett, sec
69 Skingley Mrs Agnes, straw hat maker
71 Atkins William, watchmaker
71 Cole Charles, artist
71 1/2 & 230 Daniell Thos, ironmonger etc
72 Howling Richard, china & glass dealer
73 Wilkins Wm Jas, boot & shoemaker
74 Turner George, tailor
75 Dawson Nicholas, stationer
77 Harrow, John Abbott

 


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