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Poplar High Street, South Side part 8

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The Post Office Directory, in 1944 from 314  to 338 Poplar High Street

314 Ship, Mrs Louisa Rose Baldock
324 Blackwood Hy Duncan, chemist
324a Moss Abraham, hairdresser
334 Manzi Alfred, shop keeper

... here is Blackwall Way ...

[Blackwall Way was originally known as Blackwell Street]

Numbering  from Kellys Directory, in 1934 from 314  to 338 Poplar High Street

314 Ship, Augustus Webb
318 Wells Thos, miscellaneous dealer
320 Cjiverton Albt Rd, cycle repair
322 Bolton Edward G, grocer
324 Barcol Ltd, chemists
324 Winton Woolf, hairdresser
326 Suto Frank, live bird dealer
328 Jest Edward Valentine, tobacconist
330 Watt Samuel, hairdresser
332 Townsend R A, watch & clock repair
334 Manzi Toni, fruiterer
336 & 8 & 10 Palmer G J & Sons, wharfingers

... here is Brunswick Street ...

Numbering from Post Office Directory,in 1915 from 314 to 338  Poplar High Street

314 Ship, George Anderson
316 Field Mrs Mary Ann rebecca, cap maker
318 Hagmaier John, pork butcher
322 Smart Thomas, grocer
324 Moss Abraham, hairdresser
328 Tunstall Benjamin, tobacconist
330 Watts Samuel, hairdresser
334 Campbell John, fish curer

 

Numbering from Post Office Directory,in 1910 from 314 to 338  Poplar High Street

314 Ship, Edwin Osgood
316 Tingey Mrs sarah Ann, tobacconist
318 Hagmaier John, pork butcher
322 Smart Thomas, grocer
324 Moss Abraham, hairdresser
328 Roe William, tobacconist
330 Watts Samuel, hairdresser
332 Kenway Robt Wm, greengrocer
334 Francis Wm Kelly, fish curer
 

Numbering from Post Office Directory,in 1899 from 314 to 338  Poplar High Street

314 Ship, Edwin Osgood
316 Richards Frederick, tobacconist
318 Hagmaier Louis, pork butcher
320 Pickering John, grocer
322 Smart Thomas, grocer
324 Captain Man of War, Thomas John Caton
326 & 332 Kenway Robt Wm, greengrocer
328 Taylor Mrs Martha, newsagent
330 Warren George, boot maker
332 & 326 Kenway Robt Wm, greengrocer
334 Francis Wm Kelly, fish curer
 

Numbering from Post Office Directory,in 1882 from 314 to 338  Poplar High Street

314 Ship, Charles Graham
316 Robinson Mrs Eliza, tobacconist
318 Hagmaier Louis, pork butcher
320 Pickering John, grocer
322 & 295 Lash John Thomas, draper
324 Captain Man of War, Thomas John Caton
326 Elliott Thomas, hairdresser
328 Clayton Charles, printer
330 Cooper Albert, outfitter
332 Kenway Robert Wm, greengrocer
334 Mazengarb Mrs Anna M, butcher
336 Matthews Mrs Rebecca, tobacconist
338 Jones William, dairyman


1871 census -  (not necessarily complete) from 314 to 338  Poplar High Street

314 William Gordon, Licensed Victualler [Ship]
318 Louis Hagman
324 James Bishop, Licensed Victualler [Captain Man of War]

330 Albert Cooper, Outfitter
332 Charles Baker, Greengrocer

Numbering from Post Office Directory,in 1869 from 314 to 338  Poplar High Street

314 Ship, George Gordon
316 Cameron John, tobacconist
318 Hagmaier John, pork butcher
320 & 322 Graham John, grocer etc
324 Captain Man of War,, Mrs E Goodall
326 Gilvray Alfred, hairdresser
328 Mofflin Edward Elgar, printer
330 Cooper Albert, outfitter
332 Baker Charles, greengrocer
334 Mazengarb Mrs Anna M, butcher
336 Matthews John, tobacconist
338 Cadman William & Son, cutlers

... here is Brunswick Street ...

 

1861 census  directory listing of head of households

136 Frederick Gannaway, Tea Dealer
135 Henry Puzey, Victualler [White Hart]
135 John Tennimon ??, Butcher
134 John Matthews, Cigar Dealer
133 William Mazangarb, Butcher
132 Charles Baker, Greengrocer
131 George Bates, Cheesemonger
130 Samuel Bike, Mathematical and drawing Entertainment Maker & Coffee House Keeper
129 Alfred Gilway, Hair Dresser
128 Elizabth Goodall, Victualler [Captain Man of War]
126 1/2 Edgar Burni, Grocer
126 William Barker, Labourer
125 John Hagmaier, Pork Butcher Master
124 John Howes, Ship Joiner, Tobacconist
123 Maria Crowhurst, Victualler  [Ship]

Numbering in 1856 from Post Office Directory, from 123 to 136  Poplar High Street (in opposite direction)

123 Ship, William Skiller
124 Howes John, stationer
125 Hagmaier John, pork butcher
126 1/2 Smith William, grocer
127 Captain Man of War, John Goodall
129 & 113 Owen Joseph, grocer
130 Fielder Thomas, confectioner
131 Durbin George, cheesemonger
132 Hatcher William, greengrocer
133 Boner Thomas, butcher
134 Matthews John, tobacconist
135 Farmer John, butcher
135 White Hart, Henry Puzey
136 Gannaway Frederick, grocer

 

Numbering in 1851 from Kellys Directory, from 123 to 136  Poplar High Street (in opposite direction)

123 Ship, William Skiller
125 Hagmaier Anthony, pork butcher
126 1/2 Smith William, grocer
127 Captain Man of War, John Goodall
129 & 113 Owen Joseph, cheesemonger
130 Fielder Thos, confectioner
131 Casey Henry, cheesemonger
132 Hatcher Wm, greengrocer
133 Bonner Thomas, butcher
134 Matthews John, tobacconist
135 Johnson Joseph, dining rooms
135 White Hart, James Cole
136 Farrow Francis, oil & colorman