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    History of Barking in 1867, Post Office Directory

    History of Barking

    Barking 1867 Residents & Commercial Traders part 2

    Hart Street
    Steane Mr Edward
    Tuck Miss Emma, ladies school
    Barking Gas Works, Wm Barnett, manager
    Quash John, smack owner
    Mullett Robert, smack owner

    Heath Street
    Gregory John, corn dealer
    Wagstaff Robert, linen draper
    Saggers Robert, carpenter
    Hollands Miss Sarah Elizabeth, shopkeeper
    Slater John, watch & clock maker
    Hanneysee James, butcher
    Bass John, beer retailer
    Shelitoe Henry, outfitter
    Turner Henry, dealer in marine stores
    Stallay William, shoe maker
    Ship, Thomas Linsdell
    Wetherill Mr James
    King Thomas, plumber
    Dean James, shipwright & boat builder
    Walls Joseph, coffee house
    Blue Anchor, Thomas Porter
    Knowles Charles, ship chandler
    Sullinge George, blacksmith
    Davis Joseph & Thomas James, coal dealers
    Morgan Mrs Mary Ann, smack owner
    Scott Robert Fullerton, surgeon
    Colbourn William B, outfitter
    Bauckham Edwin, tailor
    Tall Mrs Ann, shopkeeper
    Hubbard Thomas, shoe maker
    Carter Theodore, grocer & provision dealer
    Turpin Thomas Webb, butcher
    Smorthwaite James, baker
    Hockley Daniel, linen draper, clothier & outfitter
    Bailey Jno wm, house & insurance agent
    Marden Henry, greengrocer
    Walesby Charles Edward, tailor

    Ilford lane
    Ansell William esq (Loxford cottage)
    Dolby Benjamin, market gardener
    Hewett John, beer retailer

    Kings Road
    Clark William Henry, baker
    Heading Simon, boot maker

    Peacock John Pickering, farmer

    Manor Road
    Freeman George, beer retailer
    Gibbard Mrs Esther Ann, grocer & beer retailer

    Nelson Street
    Leftley Margaret & Son, carriers

    New Road
    Whitbourn Francis, corn miller
    Tickner Peter, beer retailer
    Perry Mrs Elizabeth, seminary
    Woodhead Mr Joseph (6 Wellington terrace)

    North Street
    Bull, George Parsons
    King Richard Hyde, baker
    Bissell John, ironmonger
    Davis Thomas, chemist
    Chapple William, tobacconist
    Servis George, tailor
    Beaumont Thomas, butcher
    Giffin Miss Elizabeth, shopkeeper
    Wilding Richard Daniel, registrar of births, deaths & marriages
    Sharp Charles, beer retailer
    Willett John, pawnbroker
    Millns james Alfred, grocer & earthenware dealer
    Brand David, boot maker
    Cotton Walter, hair dresser
    Russell William, painter
    Gosling Daniel, shopkeeper
    Leftley John, baker
    Harris Mrs Sarah, stationer
    Reed James esq (Northbury house)
    Barnes Charles, shopkeeper
    Warr Jamesm boot maker
    Baxter Mrs Rosetta, shopkeeper
    Goodaker Henry, wheelwright
    Red Lion, Mrs S Bosworth
    Sivell David, greengrocer
    Causton Robert, carpenter
    Wall William, wheelwright
    Baxter Henry, shopkeeper
    North Street continued ...
    Goody William, bricklayer
    Reynolds john, boot & shoe maker
    Brand Richard, grocer & leather seller
    Wall Mrs (Philpot house)
    Friends Meeting House
    Brady & Roumieu, solicitors
    Brady George esq
    Pillar Letter Box
    Perry Mr John
    Balch Edward, beer retailer
    Hunter Miss Jane, laundress
    Mundy Mrs
    Roberts Mr John
    Rayment Edward, dyer
    Wigley James, baker
    Knowles Edward, grocer
    Willsmore Charles Robert, beer retailer
    Rayment Hezekiah, beer retailer
    Haylarr Mrs Mary, baker
    Wallis William, boot maker
    Police Station
    Woodard James, academy
    Goodey James R, bricklayer
    Goodaker John, beer retailer & shopkeeper
    McManus Owen, surgeon
    Hearne Francis, plumber, painter, glazier, gas fitter & house decorator
    Martin Henry, builder

    Patch Thomas, farmer
    Seymour Rev Henry Fortescue, MA (Vicarage)
    Vain Miss (Vicarage cottage)
    Holland Thomas & William, market gardeners
    Manley John, MD (Westbury house)
    Hunt William Edward
    Payne Mr Wm, cowkeeper (Cuffs Farm)
    Pool James, beer retailer
    Whitbread Frederick S, farmer
    Luxford Absalom, straw & hay dealer
    Brewer Mr Henry
    Hockley William, beer retailer
    Gilderson Robert, wheelwright
    Albon Samuel sen, blacksmith
    Gray Henry, farmer (Lodge farm)
    Tyser Miss
    Coppen George, farmer
    Smith William, laundry
    Ship & Shovel, Samuel Keys
    Lee Thomas, straw & hay dealer
    Mead Frederick, farmer (Great Porters)
    Coppen Thomas, farmer

    Station Road
    Glenny George Wallis, ale & porter brewer (Barking brewery)
    Ringer Mrs
    Horsley Mr William
    Williams Mr Joseph Morgan
    Wood Thomas Francis, lighterman
    Woodthorpe Mr Frank
    Woodthorpe Miss Harriet
    Aldis Rev James
    James Christopher, lighterman
    Bailey William, grocer & beer retailer

    Tanner Street
    Lambert Mrs
    Child Rev Christopher, MA
    Boyden Wm H Eliot, veterinary surgeon
    Louth Joseph esq
    Rouse Mr Charles (Seabrook cottage)
    Burrell George Augustus, corn & coal merchant
    Taylor Mr Henry
    Dolby Hen & Benj, market gardeners
    Maynard Mr James (Newport villas)
    Dorrell Mr Ferdinand Frederick

    Town Quay
    Ridley Thomas Dixon, miller
    Wilden Mr Edward

    Wall End
    Butler William, beer retailer
    Cobb William, market gardener
    Abbott Jabez, market gardener
    Dukes Head, George Carter

    West Bank
    Spurway William, beer retailer
    Taylor William, ship builder
    Wortby Mr Richard
    Bauckham Charles, baths


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