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    History of Barking in 1867, Post Office Directory

    History of Barking

    1867 Residents & Commercial Traders part 1

    Axe Street
    Stephens William Henry, grocer
    Post Office, Money Order Office & Post office Savings Bank (Pavement)
    Clark Mrs Maria, school
    Phillips William, milliner
    Hobday Mrs Sarah, tallow melter
    Glenny Edward, market gardener (Bifrons House)
    Cannon James, blacksmith
    William Mrs (Vicarage cottage)
    Flowers William (baker)
    Binks George Samuel, beer retailer
    Turner Mrs Susannah Harriet, shopkeeper
    Bailey Adolphus, beer retailer
    Holmes William, bricklayer
    Palmer Joseph, cowkeeper
    Jackson James, shopkeeper
    Thompson George Henry, shopkeeper
    Cooper David, shoe maker
    Shuttleworth James, beer retailer

    Back Lane
    Schroedter Francis, beer retailer
    Wickham Mrs Mary, marine store dealer
    Marden Mark John, shopkeeper

    Barking Creek
    Crooked Billet, Henry Coates
    Lawes John Bennett, manure manufacturer
    Crow Sutton Edward & Co, chemical works

    Norman William G, boot maker
    Tomlinson Brothers, pawnbrokers
    Barking District Savings Bank, Charles Mumford, actuary
    Barking Lending Library, Rev H F Seymour, MA, librarian
    Powell Frederick, beer retailer
    Rowe Robert, corn dealer
    St Pier James, greengrocer
    Roberts William, shopkeeper
    Church John, shoe maker
    Queens Head, George Augustus Hesse
    Sims Richard, tailor
    Goddard John, beer retailer
    Gale Richard, grocer
    Sibley Joseph, brazier
    Smith Isaac, greengrocer
    Kerridge Henry, greengrocer
    Garnell George, cooper
    Kemp John, shopkeeper
    Granville Charles, boot maker
    Spashett John, hair dresser
    George, James Holmes, & auctioneer
    Dason Mrs Sarah, haberdasher
    Mabbett & Pink, ironmongers
    Webster James T, mail contractor
    Harris Edward, blacksmith
    Clark John, tailor
    Pearson James, butcher
    Blows John, baker
    Emblen George, hair dresser
    Willers Thomas, harness maker
    Hogbin George, grocer
    Parsons Alfred, linen draper (Barking house)
    Forge Thomas, watch maker
    Coultas Thomas, boot maker
    Dalley Ms Elizabeth, bonnet maker
    Sivell Leonard, shopkeeper
    Rust William, carpenter
    Houghton Richard, leather cutter
    Tyser R B esq
    Legassicke Robert, pork butcher
    Cross Mrs Matilda, greengrocer
    Rose Joseph, grocer
    Congregational Church
    Willett John, linen draper
    Fitt Edward, pharmaceutical chemist
    Grainger William, grocer
    Lake John, boot maker

    Cambridge Road
    Tunbridge Mr George
    Collins Mrs
    Wise Mr Graham
    Gilligan Rev James
    James George, lighterman
    Gibbens Mr George William Manby
    Godfrey Mr George
    Chalk William, station master
    Church Path
    Harris Thomas, grocer

    Church Road
    Britannia, John Mells
    Earle Henry, boat & barge builder
    James William, chemist
    Yeoman George, shopkeeper
    Arrow George, shopkeeper
    Knowles Mrs Annie, school
    Benfall Mrs Martha, haberdasher
    Cotton Henry, baker
    Taylor Griffith, shopkeeper

    East Street
    Eastland James, coal dealer
    Reed Charles, beer retailer
    Cutmore Henry, twine spinner
    Claringbold Thomas, baker
    Ward Joseph, shoe maker
    Spashett Mrs Esther, dress maker
    Burt Edwin, auctioneer, surveyor, land & estate agent & valuer
    Whitbourn Henry esq
    Albon Samule, jun, blacksmith
    Jaggers John, carrier
    Turner Henry Charles, shopkeeper
    Peto Arms, Jesse Bailey
    Byford William, lighterman
    Barking Railway Station
    Maynard Edward, beer retailer
    Patch Thomas, market gardener
    Ellmore John, beer retailer (Faircross)
    Biggs Mrs Charlotte, farmer (Manor house)
    Gay William, market gardener
    Weidiner William, shopkeeper
    Glenny Mrs Thomas, market gardener
    Glenny William W, farmer & market gardener
    Metcalfe Richard esq (Nappa house)
    Marchant Henry, fish factor
    Milne Capt James Dundas, RN (Waterloo house)
    Hughes Col Robert (Waterloo house)
    Manley & davidson, physicians & surgeons
    Taylor Mrs
    Andrews Charles, beer retailer
    Tunbridge Joseph, shopkeeper
    Featherstone John Wm, greengrocer
    Hart Robert, butcher
    Crow John, tailor

    Fisher Street
    Marchant William, smack owner
    Still, William Kent Eastgate
    Bowen William, oil & colour man
    Davies James Hill, smack owner
    McMaster Mr Alexander
    Sutton William Samuel, boot maker
    Hewett & Company (limited), fishermen
    Sutton Samuel Thos, mast & block maker
    Belcham Isaac, baker
    Rose & Crown, Mrs Louisa Milton
    Morgan William, smack owner
    Pyner Edmund, dealer in marine stores
    Honey Joseph, boat builder
    Buckman Mrs Ann, shopkeeper
    Fishing Smack, Henry Seabrook
    Deveson Mr Edward (Hope cottage)
    The Barking Iron Foundry, Joseph James Eamomson, proprietor
    Steane Edward, soap manufacturer
    Jute manufactory
    Dunk John Henry, shopkeeper
    Brown John, tin plate worker
    Leftley Robert, carman
    Cole John, marine store dealer
    Goldthwaite Charles, grocer
    Atterton John, tailor
    Parker Mrs Susannah, shopkeeper
    Howe John, beer retailer
    Farrow William, beer retailer
    Hall Henry, basket maker
    Milton John, greengrocer
    Linsdell James, house & estate agent
    bass Joseph, smack owner
    Cottrall Benjamin, shopkeeper
    Brand Robert, greengrocer
    Coulling Mrs Maria, haberdasher


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