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    Post Office Trade Directory in 1915, from 40 to 104  Brick Lane

    East Side of Brick Lane, going northwards

    ... here is Osborn Place ...

    40 Bell, Samuel Bass
    42 Kosloff Louis, dining rooms
    44 Myers David, tailor
    46 Mautner Simon, provision mer
    48 jacobs Morris, baker
    50 Gershcowit Simon, ironmonger
    52 Goldstein Hyman & Sons, glass cutters
    54 Baranofsky Solomon, mantle ma
    56 Abrahams Joseph, chandlers shop
    58 Nathan Samuel, linendraper
    58 Wollman Benjamin, tailor
    64 Lipschitz Neiman, chandlers shop

    ... Here is Heneage Street ...

    66 Barr Mrs Dinah, milliner
    68 Greenfield Abraham, boot maker
    70 Rosenberg Mrs Rachael, tailor
    72 Chaikin Mendel & Co, wine merchants
    74 Roitman Bernard, machinist
    76 Natz Alick, painter
    76 Vahrman Daniel, drug stores
    78 Rosenberg Isaac, mantle maker
    80 Angelowitz Lewis, milliner
    82 Sunasky Alie, stationer
    86 Rosenthal Bernard, trimming seller
    86a Schewzik Benj, vapour baths
    88 Essen Max, gold leaf manufacturer
    90 Halperin Morris, foreign book seller
    94 Ruchkovitch Israel, tailor
    96 Greenhell Barnet, cap maker
    98 Greenberg Brothers, printers
    100 Federman Solomon, tailor
    102 Rozansky Morris & Henry, tailors trimmings sellers
    104 Safinovitz Solomon, tobacconist

    ... here is Booth Street ...
     

    Post Office Trade Directory in 1899, from 40 to 104  Brick Lane

    East Side of Brick Lane, going northwards

    ... here is Osborn Place ...

    40 Bell, Samuel Bass
    42 Adler A & Co, silk talisim manufacturers
    44 Myers David, tailor
    46 Deitsh Philip, gas fitter
    48 Sarittofki Solomon, baker
    50 Gershgowit Simon, grindery dealer
    52 Goldstein Hyman, glass cutter
    54 Manning Owen, dining rooms
    56 Abrahams Joseph, chandlers shop
    58 Wolbrom Mrs Rose, woollen draper
    58 Woolf Kresorsky, photographer
    64 Leney Henry, coffee rooms

    ... Here is Heneage Street ...

    66 Breskal Mrs Leah, furniture dealer
    68 Lapidus Jacob, refreshment rooms
    70 Levy Aaron, baker
    72 Chaikin Mendel, wine merchant
    74 Sanders William, coffee room
    76 Stern Morris, boot maker
    78 Rosenberg Isaac, mantle maker
    80 Agelowitz Lewis, milliner
    82 Caplan Harris, confectioner
    84 Simons Isaac & Abraham, grocers
    86 Franklin Benjamin & Son, boot manufacturers
    86 & 88 Schewzik Benjamin, vapour baths
    88 Baranofsky Simon, mantle maker
    88 Esenberg Woolf, woollen draper
    90 Weingarten Davis, hair dresser
    98 Sarsofsky Phillip, refreshment rooms
    100 Burnstein Morris, milliner
    102 Greenhell Barnett, cap manufacturer
    104 Safinovitz Solomon, tobacconist

    ... here is Booth Street ...
     

    Post Office Trade Directory in 1895, from 40 to 84  Brick Lane

    East Side of Brick Lane, going northwards

    ... here is Osborn Place ...

    40 Bell, Samuel Bass
    44 Myers David, tailor
    46 Deitsh Philip, gas fitter
    48 Sarittofki Solomon, baker
    50 Gershgowit Simon, grindery dealer
    52 Goldstein Hyman, glass cutter
    54 Manning Owen, dining rooms
    56 Abrahams Joseph, chandlers shop
    58 Welbrom Mrs Rose, woollen draper
    64 Leney Henry, coffee rooms

    ... Here is Heneage Street ...

    66 Breskal Lazarus, furniture dealer
    70 Levy Aaron, baker
    72 Bogoud Morris, watch maker
    74 Sanders William, coffee room
    76 Stern Morris, boot maker
    78 Rosenberg Isaac, mantle maker
    80 Agelowitz Lewis, milliner
    82 Caplan Harris, greengrocer
    82 Bril Moise, printer
    84 Gwynn Mrs Eliza, corn dealer

    ... here is Booth Street ...

    Post Office Trade Directory in 1882, from 20 to 41  Brick Lane

    East Side of Brick Lane, going northwards

    ... here is Osborn Place

    20 Bell, Johnson Fulcher
    22 Lecomber Edward, fruiterer
    23 Daden Henry, tin plate worker
    24 Horley Mrs Ann Elizh, baker
    25 Hopf George, butcher
    27 Manning Owen, dining rooms
    28 Blandford George, dairyman
    29 Strauss Jonas, piece broker
    29a Allen Frederick, hairdresser
    30a Leney William, coffee rooms

    ... here is Heneage Street

    32 Coom Richard, surgeon
    33 Gras William, baker
    34 Sanders William, fruiterer
    35 & 184 Robinson Rt Wm, oil warehouse
    38 Dendy Thomas, coffee rooms
    39 King Thomas, corn dealer
    40 & 41 Zuccani Ernest, looking glass maker

    ... here is Booth Street ...
     

    Post Office Trade Directory in 1869, from 20 to 48 Brick Lane

    ... here is Osborn place ...

    20 Bell, Mrs Margaret Stanley Watts
    22 Sansom (Miss M) & Clary (Mrs E), hosiers
    23 Worley John, whitesmith
    24 Horley Thomas, baker
    25 Hopf George, butcher
    26 Bradshaw Edward. leather cutter
    27 & 19 Smith George, grocer
    28 Nash George, dairyman
    29 Strauss Jonas, piece broker
    30 hall William Hicks, drysalter
    30a Lenney William, coffee rooms

    ... here is Heneage street ...

    31 Yates Joseph Robert, haberdasher
    32 Swyer Septimus MD, surgeon
    33 Gras William, baker
    34 Sanders William, fruiterer
    35 Bolden George, oil warehouse
    36 Kingwell Thomas, bricklayer
    38 Borehenger John, baker
    39 Kirk Edward. corndealer
    40 & 41 Zuccani Ernest, looking glass maker

    ... here is Booth street ...

    Post Office Trade Directory in 1856, from 20 to 48 Brick Lane

    East Side of Brick Lane, going northwards

    ... here Osborne Place intersects ...

    20 Bell, Mrs Mary Anne Mogge
    21 Barrett Abraham, greengrocer
    22 Sansom John, hosier & stocking manufacturer
    23 Price John, rag merchant & ironmonger
    24 Horley Thomas, baker
    25 Metcalfe William, fishmonger
    25 1/2 Guinand Peter, silk dresser & waterer
    26 Courtauld William, jeweller
    27 Benham Charles, grocer
    28 Odell Wm John , who confectioner
    29 Alexander Seligman, shoe & slipper man
    30 Hall William Hicks, drysalter
    31 Wing Charles, chemist

    ... here Heneage Street intersects ...

    31 Phillips Miss Elizabeth, milliner
    33 Gehringer Frederick, baker
    34 Crosby George, cow keeper
    35 Chapman John, oilman
    36 Bowen & Jacobs, carman & coal dealers
    37 Barrett John, tailor
    38 Borehenger John, baker
    39 Savage Robert, corn dealer
    40 & 41 Zuccani Ernest, looking glass maker
    42 Francis Mrs Ann, general dealer
    43 Crome William Wright, butcher
    44 Summerwill John, beer retailer
    45 Fisher Charles, carpet Planner etc
    45 Togwell William, carver & gilder
    46 Sadler Stephen, pastry cook
    47 Pruden James, coffee rooms
    48 Eastaugh Edward, who boot & shoe maker

    ... here Booth Street intersects ...
     

    Post Office Trade Directory in 1851, from 22 to 47  Brick Lane

    East Side of Brick Lane, going northwards

    ... here Osborne Place intersects ...

    22 Sansom John, hosier & stocking manufacturer
    26 Courtauld William, jeweller
    27 Turner Joseph, grocer
    28 Potts Robert , who confectioner
    29 Alexander Salegman, shoe maker
    30 Hall William Hicks, drysalter

    ... here Heneage Street intersects ...

    31 Ball John, looking glass frame maker
    31 Boherenger Edmund, boot & shoe maker
    33 Gehringer Frederick, baker
    33 1/2 Mackey Wm Thomas, japanner
    35 Chapman John, oilman
    36 Crickett John, linen draper
    38 Borehenger John, baker
    39 Savage Robert, corn chandler & auctioneer
    40 Sands Christopher, straw hat maker
    40 & 41 Zuccani Ernest, looking glass ma
    43 Saunders William, butcher
    44 Summerwill John, beer retailer
    45 Harris Lawrence, who flock dealer
    47 Groat Wiliam, coffee rooms

    ... here Booth Street intersects ...

    Robsons Trade Directory in 1842, from 20 to 48  Brick Lane

    20 Mogge David, Bell
    21 Samson john, hosier
    22 Paul H, copper plate printer
    23 Freund Hm ironmonger
    24 Mercer Jer, undertaker
    25 Holmes George, furniture broker
    26 Strange Jabis, tallow chandler
    27 Joules Robert, grocer and tea dealer
    28 Barber A, confectioner
    29 Bradstock John, stationer
    30 Hall W H, drysalter
    31 Milner John, furniture broker
    31 Bradshaw and Co, chemist & surgeons
    33 Coates Jas, baker
    33 1/2 Fereday John, japanner
    34 Luff John, coffee house
    35 Fitt Jas, oilman
    36 Crickett John, linen draper
    37 Newman Thomas, scale maker
    38 Borehenger John, baker
    39 Jones Sarah, corn dealer
    40 Leach and sons, bricklayers
    41 Fleming J, opical & math instrument maker
    43 Buck John, patten maker
    44 Foulshun S, beer retailer Dyers Arms
    45 Harris L, flock dealer
    46 Webb james, hatter
    47 Tull Mary, coffee house
    48 Baillie Robert, beer retailer - Sir John Barleycorn

    Post Office Trade Directory in 1841, from 20 to 48  Brick Lane

    East Side of Brick Lane, going northwards

    ... Osborne Place ...

    20 Bell, David Moggs
    21 Sansom Jno, hosier & stocking manufacturer
    22 Paul Henry, printer
    23 Freund Henry, gold & silver beater
    24 Mercer Jeremiah, undertaker
    25 Dovdeswell Francis, boot maker
    26 Strange Jabez, tallow chandler
    27 Joules Robert, grocer & tea dealer
    28 Barber Mrs Ann, confectioner
    29 Bradstock John, stationer
    30 Hall William Hicks, drysalter

    ... Heneage Street ...

    31 Milner Jno & Rd, furniture brokers
    31 Blackshaw John & Co, chemists etc
    33 Coates James, baker
    33 1/2 Fereday John, japanner
    34 Luff John, coffee rooms
    35 Fitt James, oilman
    36 Crickett John, linen draper
    37 Newman Thomas, baker
    38 Borehenger John, baker
    39 Jones Mrs Sarah, corn chandler
    40 Leach Ann & Sons, builders
    41 Fleming John, telescope maker
    43 Saunders William, butcher
    44 Dyers Arms, Stephen Foulsham
    48 Sir John Barleycorn, Robert Baillie

    ... Booth Street ...

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