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    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 1886, Kellys Directory

    History of Barking

    Commercial Residents - P to Y

    Parker Joseph, music smith, lead worker, iron-front frame maker, dealer in old lead, brass etc, Tanner Street
    Parker William, beer retailer, Axe Street
    Parsons Joseph, Bull PH, North Street
    Partridge Mark, fishmonger, 8 East Street
    Patch Thomas, market gardener, East Street
    Pearson Edward, butcher, 60 North Street
    Pearson Robert, butcher, 23 Heath Street
    Pelling Thomas, grocer, 27 Heath Street
    Pelling Thomas, grocer & baker, & agent for W & A Gilbey, wine & spirit merchant, Broadway
    Perry Elizh (Mrs), seminary, 12 Wellington terrace, New Road
    Perry George, shopkeeper, 44 Heath Street
    Petmore Walter, shopkeeper, 66 Wakering Road
    Phillips Arthur, grocer, East Street
    Pigrome Emily & Clara (Misses), ladies school, 36 North Street
    Pigrome Thomas, coffee rooms, 61 North Street
    Piner Elizabeth (Mrs), shopkeeper, 64 Fisher Street
    Pink John Thomas, ironmonger, 43 Broadway
    Planner Charles, shopkeeper, 127 Fisher Street
    Pope William, shopkeeper & carrier, East Street
    Porter Allan, lodging house, Heath Street
    Poupard Wallace, oilman & grocer, 33 North Street
    Prince Henry, chimney sweeper, Back Lane
    Probyn John, shopkeeper, 67 Fisher Street
    Puplett Frederick George, furniture dealer, Broadway
    Quash John James, hosier & glover, 10 North Street
    Randall James, beer retailer, St Anns Road
    Randall Walter H, shopkeeper, 43 Queens Road
    Randells, Howell & Co, malt roasters, Fisher Street
    Rayment George, marine stores, 3 Axe Street
    Rayment John, shopkeeper, 36 Broadway
    Reed Sophia (Mrs), milliner, 8 North Street
    Reeds George, tobacconist, Broadway
    Rich George, coffee rooms, 46 Fisher Street
    Riches Sarah (Mrs), greengrocer, 175 North Street
    Ridley T D & Sons, millers (water & steam). Town Quay
    Roberry Thomas, shopkeeper, Tanner Street
    Robins Thomas, grocer, 9 Heath Street
    Rooke George, carpenter, 34 Heath Street
    Roulton Henry, Beer retailer, 22 Heath Street
    Russell William, painter & plumber, 40 North Street
    Russell William jun, tobacconist, 46 North Street
    Ryan Sarah (Mrs), laundress, Glenny Road
    Sales Sarah (Mrs), laundry, Newport villa, Tanner Street
    Sambridge Samuel, slater, St Margarets Road
    Sansom Sarah (Mrs), wardrobe dealer, Broadway
    Saunders Alfred, fishmonger, Fisher Street
    Saunders Henry Richard, draper, 21 Heath Street
    Saunders Samuel, furniture dealer, Broadway
    Saville John, wardrobe dealer, 37 North Street
    Sawkins Robert, shopkeeper, 30 Romford Street
    Schrier Charlotte (Mrs), rope maker, 81 Axe Street
    Scotcher Emma (Mrs),fishmonger, Broadway

    Scotcher James, fishmonger, East Street
    Seabrook Henry, Fishing Smack, Fisher Street
    Servis George, tailor, 12 North Street
    Sheliton Henry, general dealer, Heath Street
    Sivell David, shopkeeper, 58 North Street
    Sloan Hugh, travelling draper, Church Road
    Smith J, builder, East Street
    Smith Mary Ann (Mrs), shopkeeper, Barking creek
    Smith Richard, shoe maker, Back Lane
    Smorthwaite James, baker, 19 Heath Street
    Snell George, blacksmith, Back Lane
    Soul Charles Frederick, baker, 142 Axe Street
    Soul Charles Frederick, grocer, Ripple Road
    Spark Alexander, shoe maker, Back Lane
    Spashett Alice (Miss), dress maker, East Street
    Squirrell Benjamin, provision dealer, Axe Street
    Stenning Frederick, stationer & news agent, 48 North Street
    Stock A J, furniture dealer, North Street
    Stratford Thomas, coffee rooms, Heath Street
    Stubbins John, basket maker, Heath Street
    Sutton Eleanor (Mrs), fruiterer, Broadway
    Sutton Samuel, pork butcher, Banford Place, Wakering Road
    Sutton William, fancy repository, Broadway
    Tate James D, greengrocer, 145 North Street
    Thomas Charles, shopkeeper, 33 Axe Street
    Throssell William, baker, 107 North Street
    Tracey Joseph M, Peto Arms PH, East Street
    Trueman Henry, shopkeeper, 17 Axe Street
    Turner Henry, shopkeeper, East Street
    Van Henry, refreshment rooms, Heath Street
    Vann & Co Limited, mineral water manufacturers, St Anns Road
    Viney Walter, shopkeeper, Axe Street
    Vurley William James, whitesmith, 141 North Street
    Wade Elizabeth (Mrs), beer retailer, Broadway
    Waite William, shopkeeper, St Margarets Road
    Walesby Charles Edward, Rose & Crown PH & tailor, Fisher Street
    Walker Joseph, watch maker, 38 Heath Street
    Wallis Sarah (Mrs), dress maker, 92 North Street
    Wallis William, boot & shoe maker, 92 North Street
    Watson William, boot 7 shoe maker, 20 Church Road
    Wehrle Otto, watch & clock maker, 52 North Street
    West Edward T, saddler, 31 North Street
    Whitbread Frederick, shipping agent, 20 Cambridge Road
    Wilcox Annie (Mrs), shopkeeper, Fisher Street
    Wilding Richard Daniel, wharfinger & registrar of births, marriages & deaths, 25 Linton Road
    Willett John, pawnbroker, 22, 24 & 26 North Street
    Williams William, grocer, East Street
    Wilson & Whitworth, printers, Broadway
    Wiseman William, shopkeeper, 42 North Street
    Woodward Charles, shopkeeper, Ripple Road
    Woolcott George, shopkeeper, 52 Queens Road
    Wright George, shopkeeper, 20 Fisher Street
    Yallop John, furniture broker, Church path
    Young Thomas, mechanical engineer, Linton Road

     

     

     

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