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    History of Barking in 1848 Whites Directory part 1

    History of Barking

    Barking 1848 Residents & Commercial
    Barking Directory
    Including Barking Town and Ripple Wards.
    (For Barkingside, see Great Ilford)

    Thos marked 1, are in Axe Street; 2, Back Street; 3 Broadway; 4 Bull Street; 5, Fisher Street; 6, Heath Street; 7 High Street; 8, North Street; 9, at the Quay; and $ in Ripple Ward


    The Post Office is in Broadway, and Mr Wm Hy Stephens is the postmaster. Letters received and despatched at 8 morning, 1 1/2  and 2 1/2 afternoon and at 6 1/2 evening. Money Orders are granted and paid, and the parish is within the Country Delivery of the London District Post.

    $ Aderson Thomas, marsh man
    Armstron John, millwright
    8 Baxter Wm George, registrar and assistant overseer
    6 Beck Louis Alex, BA, curate
    Bellis Mrs, pipe maker
    6 Bennett Ann, cooper
    8 Byford Wm, lighterman
    6 Capron Thomas Wm, hatter etc
    1 Chalk Mrs Jemima
    Collier Miss, organist
    8 Corney Rev Geo [independent minister]
    7 Coxhead Charles, actuary to savings Bank
    7 Curtis Robert & Edw, timber merchants
    and builders (and at Stratford)
    Henry Martin, agent
    8 Dangerfield Miss Jane
    3 Dawson Charles, land surveyor, auctioneer,  & sec to Gas Company
    6 Deeble Hy James, toy and hardware dealer, auctioneer etc
    Denton Rev Wm, curate
    9 Flint Michael, brewer & coal merchant
    7 Gardner Mrs Ann
    8 fenner Sus
    3 Gray Elizabeth, cooper
    3 Hamilton Robert, ironmonger
    4 Hewett Scrymgeour, gentleman
    4 Hewett Mr Thomas
    8 Harris Mrs
    1 Hobday Edgar, tallow chandler
    Holland Thomas, cow keeper
    8 Hunter Mr Jno
    8 Lambert John
    8 Leftley Joseph, carrier to London
    Liddell Hon and Rev Robert, MA, Vicarage
    Manley John, MD, Westbury
    8 Manners Joseph, police sergeant
    7 Martin Hy, sexton and timber agent
    8 Maynard Edward, carrier
    7 Maynard james, carrier
    Mead john, gentleman, Ilford lane
    $ Milton Thomas, gentleman
    8 Read james, fish salesman
    8 Rowe Robert, carter
    9 Sharp & Whitbourn, corn millers
    3 Stephens Wm Hy, grocer, oilman, glass cutter and postmaster
    4 Taylor Henry, gentleman
    $ Tyser Thomas, gent, Ripple castle
    Tomlinson & Budd, pawnbrokers etc
    Walrond Wm James, solicitor
    8 Walrond John Esq
    3 White Mr Wm
    8 Wall Thomas, cattle dealer
    Whitbourn Fras, miller; h Loxford
    2 Wiseman george, cabinet maker
    7 Williers Thomas, saddler etc
    Fire and Life Offices
    3 Alliance, Charles dawson
    7 County and Provident, T Harris
    5 Essex Economic, Wm Geo Beadle
    4 Royal Exchange, Henry Wellington Taylor

    Inns and Taverns
    Blue Anchor, Thomas Monk, Quay
    Bull, Elizabeth Parsons, Bull Street
    3 George, Wm White jun (and coach proprietor)
    7 Queens Head, Jas hawkins Haylliar
    Red Lion, Susan Fryer, North Street
    5 Rose & Crown, Joseph Milton
    6 Ship, Thos Linsdell (gas manager)
    $ Ship & Shovel, Samuel Key
    Still, John Ringer, Fisher Street

    Academies
    (* National School)
    7 Anderton Wm and Misses
    6 Beckwith Matilda
    8 Davidson Mary
    6 Harrison Rosetta
    7 Morris John
    * Pretty Sarah
    * Wilding Richard Daniel
    7 Windatt Richard

    Bakers
    5 Belcham Isaac
    7 Brown My Ann
    4 Claringbould Ts
    1 Clrk Wm Hy
    7 Gattey Ts Clark
    6 Hart Wm
    4 Harris John
    8 Hayllar My Alice
    8 Moore Edward
    5 Smorthwaite My
    8 Wilson Wm

    Basket Makers
    2 Chapman Wm
    5 Hart Henry
    8 Turner George

    Beer Houses
    1 Bailey Wm
    5 Bailey john
    7 Brown Henry
    3 Chapman Richard
    1 Clark Wm hy
    8 Dean Charlotte
    $ Hockley Wm
    8 Rayment Kez
    5 Reed Charles
    $ Sawkins Stephen
    9 Smith Wm
    1 Turner John
    $ Turner Wm
    8 Willsmore Jas

    Blacksmiths
    (* Shipsmiths)
    9* Grout Joseph
    2 Halls david
    $ Hunsden Henry
    $ Key Samuel
    9* Ship Joseph
    9* Spicer John

    Booksellers, Printers etc
    7 Nash James
    7 Penn Joseph

    Boot & Shoe Makers
    3 Brand David
    1 Cooper David
    7 Coults Thos
    8 Fitch John
    2 Garrard Thos
    3 Granville Chas
    1 Ingham James
    6 Jackson Wm
    7 Lake John
    $ Lines George
    5 Pyner Thomas
    5 Sutton Wm Samuel
    3 Thompson Jn A
    8 Wallis Wm
    8 Wenlock Thos
    8 White James

    Braziers & Tinners
    6 Mills James
    3 Sibley Joseph

    Brick Layers
    8 Bosworth Wm
    7 Curtis Rt & Edw
    7 Curtis Wm
    1 Holmes Wm
    9 Smith Henry

    Butchers
    (* are Pork)
    1* Barnes Charles
    8 Barkley Wm
    5 Beadle Wm Geo
    7* Birch Wm
    4 Death David
    5* Hows Edmund
    4 Hart Robert
    7 Pearson James
    7 Pearson John
    6 Vaines Samuel
    3 Williams Watkin Lewes
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