• Home
  • London Pub History
  • London Pubology
  • Some ads & my pub pages

    UK Pub history research and London historical street directory

    Search the historical London street directory, and London pub history site including early street addresses in London through the Victorian pub history of London. This search engine is broken, try address searches in the main google search to get better results. OR visit the London pub history directory index pages to which I am rapidly adding links

    History of Barking in 1855 Post Office Directory - part 2

    History of Barking

    Commercial Residents

    Hart Henry, basket maker, North Street
    Hart Robert, butcher, East Street
    Hart James, shoe maker, Axe Street
    Hawes Josiah, grocer, North Street
    Hawkins Thomas, grocer, North Street
    Hayler Martha (Mrs), 'Queens Head', High Street
    Hayller Mary Ann (Mrs), baker, North Street
    Hobday Edgar, tallow chandler
    Hockley Wm, beer retailer, Ripple side
    Holder William, linen draper, Broadway
    Holland Thomas, farmer
    Holland Thomas, farmer, Ripple side
    Holmes William, brick layer, Axe Street
    Horsley Luke, Still Inn, Fisher Street
    Horsley Wm, pump maker, Church Road
    Howard Joshua, grocer, Fisher Street
    Hughes James, beer retailer, Back Lane
    Hunt Thomas, grocer, Broadway
    Iszard William John, coffee house, Heath Street
    Jones Charles, pilot, Creek's mouth
    Jones William, pilot, Creek's mouth
    Kemp Joseph, beer retailer, Heath Street
    Keys Samuel, 'Ship & Shovel', Rippleside
    King Philip, plumber, Heath Street
    King Richard Hyde, baker, North Street
    Kirk Wm, 'Crooked Billet', Crek's mouth
    Knowles Edward, grocer, North place
    Knowles Edward, ship chandler, Heath Street
    Knowles Hen Walter, sail maker, North Street
    Knowles Wm, smack owner, Axe Street
    Lake John, boot maker, Broadway
    Lambert John Matthews, farmer, North Street
    Lamborth Edmund, tailor, Heath Street
    Lapage Isaiah, shoe maker, North street
    Law George, school master, North Street
    Leftley Joseph, carrier, 11 Nelson Street
    Leftley Robert, tobacconist & marine store dealer, Fisher Street
    Lewin Charles Field, grocer, North street
    Linsdell Thomas, 'Ship', Heath Street
    MacMaster Alexander, smack owner, Fisher Street
    Marchant Henry, smack owner, East Street
    Marchant Wm, smack owner, Fisher Street
    Martin Henry, builder, North Street
    Maskell Sarah (Mrs), marine store dealer, East Street
    Maynard Edward, beer retailer & carrier, East Street
    Mills James, ironmger & tinman, Heath Street
    Milton Louisa (Mrs), 'Rose & Crown', Fisher Street
    Monk Thomas, Anchor Inn, Heath Street
    Morgan James, smack owner, Heath Street
    Morgan James Thomas, smack owner, Heath Street
    Morgan Wm, smack owner, Fisher Street
    Morris John, school master, Market place
    Moss Michael, watch maker, Heath Street
    Nash James, tobacconist & stationer, High Street
    Norman William, boot maker, North street
    Norton Charles, confectioner, Heath Street
    Parsons George, Bull Inn, wine & spirit merchant & livery stables, North Street
    Patch John & Thos, farmers, Rippleside
    Peacock John Pickering, farmer, Rippleside
    Pearson James, butcher, Broadway
    Perry James, beer retailer, Tanners Street
    Pollett Geo, farmer, Eastbury House
    Potter Ann (Mrs), hair dresser, Broadway
    Pyner Edmund, marine store dealer, Fisher Street
    Rayment Hezekiah, beer retailer, North Street
    Reed Charles, beer retailer, Axe Street
    Reed Elizabeth (Mrs), lodging house, Broadway
    Reed Thomas, carpenter, Heath Street
    Revell John, shoe maker, Fisher Street
    Roast Stephen, corn chandler, Broadway
    Rowe Robert, cow keeper, North Street
    Rudge Edwin Atkinson, linen draper, Fisher Street
    Russ Thomas, plumber, Axe Street
    Saggers Robert, carpenter, Heath Street
    Sawkins Stephen, beer retailer, Rippleside
    Schuter James, tobacconist, Heath Street
    Scrimes & Hewett, ship builders & smack owners, Fisher Street
    Shanks William, smack owner
    Shelitoe henry, clothier, Heath Street
    Shelitoe William, smack owner, Heath Street
    Ship Joseph, blacksmith, Fisher Street
    Sibley Joseph, tinman & ironmonger, Broadway
    Sibthorpe John, grocer, Fisher Street
    Skates Benj, furniture broker, Back Lane
    Smith Stephen, farmer Rippleside
    Smith William, beer retailer
    Smorthwaite William, baker, Heath Street & Fisher Street
    Spashett Alfred, blockmaker
    Spashett John, hair dresser
    Spurway William, boot maker, High Street
    Stephens Wm Henry, grocer & postmaster, window & picture glass cutter, & oil, lead & colour dealer, Broadway
    Stubbings John, beer retailer, Church Road
    Sutton Samuel, mast maker, Fisher Street
    Sutton William, boot maker & leather seller, Fisher Street
    Taylor Henry Wellington, agent to the Royal Exchange Fire & Life assurance co, East Street
    Taylor Henry, ship builder
    Taylor James, beer retailer, Manor Road
    Tomlinson & Budd, pawnbrokers, High Street
    Tuck Mary Elizabeth (Mrs), academy, Axe Street
    Turner John, beer retailer, Axe Street
    Turner Wm, beer retailer, Tanner Street
    Tyler & Burrell, corn & coal merchants, Fisher Street
    Vandersteen Thos, rag merchant, Broadway
    Wagstaff Robert, linen draper, Broadway
    Walesley Charles, tailor, Broadway
    Wall William, wheelwright, North Street
    Wallace William, boot maker, North Street
    Warr Charles, boot maker, North Street
    Welch Eliza (Mrs), stationer, North Street
    Wetherill James, tailor & slop seller, Heath Street
    Whitbourn & Son, millers
    White John, coffee house, Heath Street
    Willers Thos, harness maker, Broadway
    Willett John, linen draper, North Street
    Willett John, pawnbroker
    Williams Watkins Lewes, butcher & smack owner, Heath Street
    Windatt Richard, school master, Broadway
    Woolnough Hester Henrietta (Mrs), tobacconist, Back Lane
    Woore Henry, linen draper, North Street
    Youngman Geo, coal dealer, Kings Road
  • Home
  • Pub Research
  • Early Southwark pubs history
  • WW1 Research
  • 1918 Armistice
  • Licensed Victuallers Association
  • Accessible Rail Transport
  • Grand Junction Canal Pub History
  • Cosford database Suffolk
  • Pub history on the River Thames
  • Maps of the UK
  • Anatomy Act 1832
  • London & Home counties :
  • London Pub History
  • London Pubology
  • Essex pub history
  • Hertfordshire Pub History
  • Kent Pub History
  • Middlesex Pub History
  • Sussex Pub History
  • Surrey Pub History
  • Croydon Pub History
  • Berkshire Pub History
  • Buckinghamshire Pub History
  • East Anglia:
  • Bedfordshire Pub History
  • Cambridgeshire Pub History
  • Huntingdonshire Pub History
  • Lincolnshire Pub History
  • Rutland Pub History
  • Suffolk Pub History
  • Northamptonshire Pub History
  • South & South West :
  • Cornwall Pub History
  • Devon Pub History
  • Dorset Pub History
  • Gloucestershire Pub History
  • Hampshire Pub History
  • Isle of Wight Pub History
  • Oxfordshire Pub History
  • Somerset Pub History
  • Wiltshire Pub History
  • North & Midlands :
  • Cumberland Pub History
  • Derbyshire Pub History
  • Durham Pub History
  • Lancashire Pub History
  • Leicestershire Pub History
  • Northumberland Pub History
  • Nottinghhamshire Pub History
  • Shropshire Pub History
  • Staffordshire Pub History
  • Warwickshire Pub History
  • Yorkshire Pub History

  • And Last updated on: Thursday, 02-Mar-2017 21:52:52 GMT