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    History of Barking in 1895, Kellys Directory

    History of Barking

    Commercial Residents - A to F

    Ackland Elizabeth (Mrs), greengrocer, 46 Heath Street
    Adams Henry, provision dealer, 55 Broadway
    Albion Samuel, blacksmith, 74 East Street
    Allen Edward, shopkeeper, 7 Church Road
    Allison James, greengrocer, 65 Axe Street
    Ambrose William John, draper, 1 Morley Road
    Anderson Henry, grocer, Gascoyne Road
    Argent David, beer retailer & builder, 108 North Street
    Arrow Joseph, beer retailer, 9a East Street
    Ash John, boot maker, 46 Fisher Street
    Astraline Syndicate Limited (The), artificial wax manufacturers, Barking Creek
    Auger James, baker, 127 Fisher Street
    Baalam John, beer retailer, West Bank
    Badsey Geo Wm, teacher ofmusic, 42 Wakering Road
    Bailey Alfred, dairy, West Bank
    Baker Henry, grocer, 79 Wakering Road
    Barking Almshouses, East Street
    Barking & East Ham Provident Dispensary (Hugh Herbert Mason, surgeon). Broadway
    Barking Free Library (George Jackson, librarian; Josiah T Edwards, sec), East Street
    Barking Gas Works (James Griffin, man), Hart Street
    Barking Guano works (Daniel de Pass & Co, proprietors), Barking Creek
    Barking Local Board (Charles J Dawson, surveyor; Charles E Wilson, clerk), East Street
    Barking Public Baths (henry Frederick Van, proprietor), 76 Axe Street
    Barking Stamp Office (Alfred Stephens, distributor), 6 Axe Street
    Barking Town Hall (Samuel Glenny, clerk; John Barber, hall keeper), Broadway
    Barking Working Mens Institute (Rev H H Henson, president), Fisher Street
    Barleyman George, shopkeeper, West Bank
    Barnard Henry, bird fancier, 7 Back Lane
    Barnard Robert, beer retailer, 63 Broadway
    Barnett & Bissell, ironmongers, 6 North Street
    Barnett William, collector to Barking Gas Co, 45 Longbridge Road
    Barton Charles, furniture dealer, 16 Axe Street
    Barton Philip, indeemed pledge stores, 5 East Street
    Barton Thomas, shopkeeper, Glenny Road
    Bayfield Eliza (Mrs), shopkeeper, 120 Linton Street
    Beacock Henry William, beer retailer, 82 Ripple Road
    Beadell Alfred, tobacconist, 36 East Street
    Beaumont Thomas, butcher, 14 North Street
    Belfall Henry, beer retailer, 1 Linton Road
    Bellamy James, painter, 90 Axe Street
    Bennett John, fried fish dealer, 74 North Street
    Bentall & Co, boot makers, 7 Heath Street
    Bentley Henry T J, shopkeeper, 36 Heath Street
    Bere Charles Edmund, greengrocer, 71 East Street
    Berry Geroge, grocer, 114 Axe Street
    Berry George, shopkeeper, 132 St Ann's Road
    Berry John, beer retailer, 109 North Street
    Berry Robert, beer retailer, 48 Queens Road
    Binder David, baker, 10 Axe Street
    Bishop Walter Henry, George PH, Broadway
    Black James, boot maker, 23 North Street
    Black James Leonard, boot & shoe maker, 13 Axe Street
    Blackburn John, fried fish dealer, 66 Axe Street
    Bonar Helen (Miss), restaurant, 22 Broadway
    Bones Elizabeth (Mrs), shopkeeper, 175 North Street
    Bones James, shopkeeper & cattle dealer, 137 Ripple Road
    Boniface & Co, coal & coke merchants; depots, Fisher Street; & at G E R station, Wood Street, Walthamstow
    Boswell David, cabinet maker, 98 East Street
    Bosworth George, Red Lion PH, 66 North Street
    Bowles Alfred, plasterer, 40 Linton Road
    Bowles Anna (Mrs), dress maker, 40 Linton Road
    Bowles Frederick, fishmonger, 58 Fisher Street
    Bowyer Spencer, butcher, 1a East Street
    Bracci Eugene, confectioner, 37 Heath Street
    Brand David, boot maker, 30 North Street
    British Anti-Fouling Composition & Paint Co Lim (The), paint manufacturers, Barking Creek
    Brown Thomas, relieving officer for No 1 district & vaccination officer for the union of Romford, 22 Wellington Terrace, New Road
    Bull Charles, shopkeeper, 145 Ripple Road
    Bull Frederick W, plumber, 7 North Street
    Bundock Philip, Queens Head PH, Broadway
    Burn Edward, clothier, 33 Broadway
    Burrell George, fishmonger, 31 Heath Street
    Butler Charles, shopkeeper, 28 Heath Street
    Byford John, builders material dealer, New Road
    Carter Alfred, marsh bailiff, Essex sewers, 8 Cambridge Road
    Carter John Ernest, butcher, 176 Ripple Road
    Carter Joseph, greengrocer, 147 North Street
    Carwell Robert, shopkeeper, St Margarets Road
    Castle james, confectioner, 48 Broadway
    Chalk William, station master, East Street
    Chapple M (Mrs), shopkeeper, 2 St Marys Road
    Chisnell William, coal merchant, 49 Axe Street
    Clark Charles & John, timber merchants, 5 North Street
    Clark Alexander, shopkeeper, 1 Cobham Road
    Clark Alfred, beer retailer, 147 Fisher Street
    Clark Alfred, shopkeeper, 167 Fisher Street
    Clark Charles, tailor, 41 Broadway
    Clark Charles, Winning Horse PH, New Road
    Clark John, grocer, 1 North Street
    Clark Samuel, boot maker, 70 North Street
    Claxton Charles, tailor, 14 Axe Street
    Clayden Daniel, stationer, 48 North Street
    Coad John, confectioner, 22 Fisher Street
    Cole William, baker, Kings Road
    Coleman Samuel, shopkeeper, 67 Fisher Street
    Conlan Fanny (Mrs), beer retailer, 55 Linton Road
    Cooper Eliza (Miss), fancy draper, 88a Axe Street
    Co-operative Society (Alfred Archer, manager), 8 & 10 North Street
    Cornell James, builder, 75 Wakering Road
    Cosburn Albert, monumental mason, 172 Ripple Road
    Cotton John, butcher, 21 Axe Street
    Cotton Walter, hair dresser, 38 North Street
    Crew John, bricklayer, 53 Axe Street
    Cribb William, fishmonger, 8 St Marys Road
    Crispe Shepherds, builder, 16 Longbridge Road
    Crouch William, grocer, 2 & 4 Axe Street
    Cuffin Mary Ann (Mrs), shiopkeeper, The Walk, St Marys Road
    Cutmore John, beer retailer, 22 Heath Street
    Daldy & Co, coal depot, East Street
    Davey Alfred J, boot maker, Harpour Road
    Davey Henry A, boot maker, 162 Ripple Road
    Davey Henry Alex, wardrobe dealer, 42 Heath Street
    Davey Robert, greengrocer, 25 North Street
    Davey William, tar & cheical works, Barking Creek
    Davis Anne (Mrs), shopkeeper, 16 North Street
    Davis Thomas William, oil & colorman, St Pauls Road
    Davy Ann (Mrs), shopkeeper, 4 St Marys Road
    Dawson Charles James, FRIBA, architect & surveyor & surveyor to the Barking Town Local Board, 70 East Street
    Dearof Frederick, butcher, 92 North Street
    Deveson Charles, corn merchant, 14 Broadway
    Digby John, fishmonger, 2 Back Street
    Dockerill Robert, hair dresser, 44 Broadway
    Dowsett Charles, fishmonger, 8 East Street & 14 & 16 Heath Street
    Draine Samuel William, shopkeeper, 28 Coverdale Road
    Drake Joseph, builder, 27 North Street
    Duffield William, baker, 17 Broadway
    Dyster Charles, baker, 59 Broadway
    Earler George, butcher, 24 Heath Street
    East London Water Works (Jas Bull, engineer), New Road
    Edwards Josiah T, clerk to the school board, East Street
    Ellis James E, hair dresser, 3 East Street
    Elmore Joseph, greengrocer, 169 Fisher Street
    Emberson Ann (Mrs), refreshment rooms, 147 Ripple Road
    Emery Joseph W, shopkeeper, 12 St Marys Road
    Essex Regiment (1st) Volunteer Battalion ( D Company) (Hon Major Samuel Glenny, commandant; Rev H B Henson, MA, acting chaplain); headquarters, Broadway
    Evans Martha (Mrs), shopkeeper, 3 Church Road
    Everard Henry, provision dealer, St Pauls Road
    Fairbrass Harry, greengrocer, 145 North Street
    Fairweather Robert, MA, LRCS, surgeon, Ripple Road
    Fall Daniel, shopkeeper, 108 East Street
    Fehrenbach Severin & Son, watch makers, 52 North Street
    Fell Charles, shopkeeper, 59 New Street
    Fenton Charles Francis, LRCPLond, physician & surgeon, 31 Linton Road
    Fergusson Henry, boot maker, 11 Broadway
    Fincham Jonathan, baker, 37 Broadway & 40 St Anns Road
    Fincham Sidney, baker, 29 Heath Street
    Firman James T, beer retailer, 18 North Street
    Firman Jeanette (Mrs), dress maker, 26 Wellington Terrace, New Road
    Firman William, corn miller (wind), New Road
    Foresters Friendly Society (Jas Sheffield, sec), North Street
    Forge Clara (Miss), stationer, 27 Broadway
    Foster Herbert J, wharfinger, contractor, steam haulier & roller, timber, lime, cement & brick merchant, Town Quay Steam Wharf, St Margarets Wharf, & Morgans Quay.
    Francis Eliza (Mrs), shopkeeper, 129 Fisher Street
    Freeman Joseph, beer retailer, 13 Back Lane
    Frost Isaac, Crooked Billet PH, Barking Creek
    Fuller Rose Ann (Mrs), clothier, 4 East Street
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