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    Brick Lane East Side.

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    Post Office Trade Directory in 1915, from 2 to 40 Brick Lane

    East Side of Brick Lane, going northwards

    [The Three Compasses would have been here originally]

    2 Silverstein Isidore, provision dealer
    2 Mitchell Michael, boot maker
    2 Jacobs Miss Rosa, milliner
    4 Fletcher Samuel, upholsterer
    6 Weinberg Marks, corset maker
    8 Galinsky Charles, boot maker
    10a Jacobs Simon, timber merchant
    10 Rosenbloom Meyer David, machinist
    12 Gorodinsky Lewis, tobacconist
    14 Phillips Sam, fried fish shop
    16 Levin Hendil, butcher

    ... here is Finch Street ,,,

    26 & 122 Bernstein Charles, baker
    28 Harris Mrs Rachael, leather seller
    30 Goldberg Benjamin, tailor
    32 Edgert Mrs Rebecca, provision dealer
    34 Adler Aba & Co, book sellers
    36 Pomerantz Isaac, chemist
    38 Galinsky Marks, woolleen merchant

    ... here is Osborn Place ...

    40 Bell, Samuel Bass
     

     

    Post Office Trade Directory, in 1899 from 2 to 40 Brick Lane

    East Side of Brick Lane, going northwards

    East Side
    2 Three Compasses, Walter Hirst
    4 Bender Isaac, grindery dealer
    6 Jacobson Hyman, tailor
    8 Galinsky Charles, boot maker
    8a Samuel David, cooper
    12 Macklin Morris, tobacconist
    14 Montgomery Joseph, packing case maker
    16 Levin Hendil, butcher

    ... here is Finch Street ,,,

    18 Margulinski Isidor, chandlers shop
    20 Lipski Elias, refreshment rooms

    ... here is Hanover Place ...

    22 Convisser Davis, watch maker
    24 Corb Morris, fried fish shop
    26 Wildermuth Gustave, baker
    28 Harris Lewis, leather seller
    30 Abrahams Samuel, mantle maker
    32 Woolf Benjamin, ham dealer
    34 Ginsberg Isaac, refreshment rooms
    36 Galinsky Marks, tobacconist
    38 Galinsky Marks, tailor

    ... here is Osborn Place ...

    40 Bell, Samuel Bass
     

    Post Office Trade Directory, in 1895 from 2 to 40 Brick Lane

    East Side of Brick Lane, going northwards

    2 Three Compasses, Mrs Elizabeth Smart
    4 Bender Isaac, grindery dealer
    6 Gudalski Solomon, furniture dealer
    8 Galinsky Charles, boot maker
    8a Samuel David, cooper
    10 Harris Lewis, boot maker
    12 Spiro Harris & Co, tobacconist
    14 Montgomery Joseph, packing case maker
    16 Levin Hendil, butcher
    20 Pearl Enoch, box maker

    ... here is Finch Street ,,,

    24 Lowry Philip, greengrocer
    26 Wildermuth Gustave, baker
    28 Wildermuth Gustave, provision dealer
    30 Abrahams Samuel, mantle maker
    32 Laing Alexander James, oilman
    34 Schnabel Jacob Fredk, baker
    36 Hatton Joseph, grocer

    ... here is Osborn Place ...

    40 Bell, Samuel Bass
     

    Post Office Trade Directory, in 1882 from 1 to 20 Brick Lane

    East Side of Brick Lane, going northwards

    1 Three Compasses, Grey & Blackmore
    3 Shickle Henry, grindery dealer
    5 Wilkie John, Chandlers shop
    7 Montgomery Joseph, packing case maker
    8 Smith Henry, confectioner
    9 Drake Frederick James, grocer
    10 Carroll Henry, dairyman

    ... here is Hanover Place

    11 Reynolds Matthew, butcher
    12 Stunt William, greengrocer
    13 Wildermuth Gustave, baker
    15 Knuch John Fredk, pork butcher
    16 Little Wm, oil & colorman
    17 Schnabel Jacob Fredk, baker
    19 Hatton Joseph, grocer

    ... here is Osborn Place

    20 Bell, Johnson Fulcher
     

    Post Office Trade Directory, in 1869 from 1 to 20 Brick Lane

    1 Three Compasses,, Henry Ellis
    3 Morris Benj, boot & shoe maker
    4 Cashman Joseph, clog maker
    5 Sharod James, dairyman
    6 Jones John, tobacconist
    7 Hersey John, wholesale brush maker
    8 Kipping John, confectioner
    9 Drake Frederick James, greengrocer
    10 Koch william, dining rooms

    ... here is Hanover place ...

    11 Rogers James, butcher
    12 Bright John, chandlers shop
    13 Dunbar William, baker
    14 Rowe Hubert, grindery dealer
    15 Muller George Philip, pork butcher
    16 Freeman Mrs Susannah, oil warehouse
    17 Werber Philip Henry, baker
    18 Clark Samuel, cheesemonger
    19 & 27 Smith George, grocer

    ... here is Osborn place ...

    20 Bell, Mrs Margaret Stanley Watts

    Post Office Trade Directory, in 1856 from 1 to 20 Brick Lane

    East Side of Brick Lane, going northwards

    1 Three Compasses, Wm John Forward
    2 Lenzberg Louis, patent finisher
    2 Wehrle Stephen & August, clock makers
    3 Pinchback Jeremiah, hairdresser
    4 Knapp Richard, chandlers shop
    5 Beal Henry, wheelwright
    6 Coldrey Edmund, tobacconist
    7 Nowell Mrs Harriet, who brush maker
    8 Kipping John, confectioner
    9 Ryan Dennis, cheesemonger
    10 Christmas Mrs Priscilla S, dining rooms

    ... here Hanover Court intersects ...

    11 Caslake William, butcher
    12 Jones Isaac, hairdresser
    13 Dunbar Donald, baker
    14 Samler Richard N, grindery warehouse
    15 Muller George Philip, pork butcher
    16 Freeman Charles Henry, oilman
    17 Schorch John, baker
    18 Hooker John, cheesemonger
    19 Swyer Robert Edward, surgeon

    ... here Osborne Place intersects ...

    20 Bell, Mrs Mary Anne Mogge
     

    Post Office Trade Directory, in 1851 from 1 to 19 Brick Lane

    East Side of Brick Lane, going northwards

    1 Three Compasses, John Cast
    2 Waring Henry, furnitore broker
    4 Knapp Richard, grocer & brewer
    6 Lomas Mrs Sarah, tobacconist
    7 Nowell W H, who brush maker
    8 Haines William, biscuit baker
    10 Christmas Mrs Priscilla S, dining rooms
    11 Caslake William, butcher
    13 Hooke James, baker
    14 Duff Alexander, straw plait warehouse
    15 Walters Wm, pork butcher
    16 Freeman Charles Henry, oilman
    17 Schorch John, baker
    18 Hooker John, cheesemonger
    19 Robinson George Perks, chemist

    ... here Osborne Place intersects ...


    Robsons Trade Directory in 1842, from 1 to 20  Brick Lane

    1 Gage Thomas, Three Compasses
    2 Wearing H, furniture broker
    3 Walsh T, shoemaker
    4 Knap Richard, grocer
    6 Lomas John, tobacconist
    7 Nowell W H, brush manufacturer
    8 Lasard b, milliner
    9 Ward Jas, boot and shoemaker
    10 Christmas J, eating house
    11 Caslake W, butcher
    12 Fox Francis, glover
    13 Hooke Jas, baker
    14 Hastings Thomas, shoemaker
    15 Rootsey George, pork butcher
    16 Freeman C H, oilman
    17 Barber Robert, baker
    18 Hooker John, cheesemonger
    19 Robinson Jonathan, chemist
    20 Mogge David, Bell


    Post Office Trade Directory, in 1841 from 1 to 20 Brick Lane

    East Side of Brick Lane, going northwards

     

    1 Three Compasses, Benjamin Abley
    2 Waring Henry, furniture broker
    3 Walsh Thomas, boot & shoe maker
    4 Knapp Richard, grocer & brewer
    5 Burt Robert, boot & shoe maker
    6 Lomas John, tobacconist
    7 Nowell W H, brush maker & bristle mer
    10 Christmas James, eating house
    11 Caslake William, butcher
    12 Hall Edward, glover
    13 Hooker James, baker
    14 Hastings Charles, boot & shoe maker
    15 Rootest George, pork butcher
    16 Freeman Charles Henry, oilman
    17 Barber Robert, baker
    18 Hooker John, cheesemonger
    19 Robinson Jonathan, chemist

    ... Osborne Place ...

    20 Bell, David Moggs
     

    Pigots Trade Directory entries from 1839 between 1 & 20 Brick Lane

    East Side of Brick Lane, going northwards

    20 Bell, David Moggs
     

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