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    Brick Lane East Side

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    Post Office Trade Directory in 1915, from 106 to 138  Brick Lane

    East Side of Brick Lane, going northwards

    ... here is Booth Street ...

    106 Moss Sydney, hosier
    106a Bronstein Isaac, hairdresser
    108 Klichewski Morris, butcher
    110 Rosenthal Davies, tailors trimmings sellers
    112 Goldstein Abraham, who clothier
    114 Katz Joseph, tobacconist
    Sopu Kitchen
    116 Goldberg Solomon, dining rooms
    118 Davidoff Morris, chandlers shop
    120 Brenner Myer, furniture broker
    122 & 26 Bernstein Charles, baker

    .. here is Hanbury Street ...

    124 Shack Mrs Annie, boot dealer
    126 Rappoport Samuel, dining rooms
    128 Chris Abram & Co, tool dealers
    130 Steele Jacob, hairdresser
    132 Snipelinsky Myer, wine merchant
    134 Jacobs Abraham, cabinet maker
    136 Silverstone Davis, greengrocer
    138 Shure Isaac, linen draper

    ... here is Pelham Street ...
     

    Post Office Trade Directory in 1899, from 108 to 138  Brick Lane

    East Side of Brick Lane, going northwards

    ... here is Booth Street ...

    108 Klichewski Morris, butcher
    110 Solomon Louis, laundry
    112 Goldstein Abraham, who clothier
    114 Goldstein Isaac, tobacconist
    114a Everitt Rev Arthur William Birch MA
    Soup Kitchen
    116 Bowman Louis & Son, furniture dealers
    118 Goldberg Isaac Lewis, woollen merchant
    120 Cherry Elias, refreshment rooms
    122 Price Jacob, baker

    .. here is Hanbury Street ...

    124 Kanovskiy Marks & Co, tobacconists
    126 Buckley Samuel, coffee house
    128 Levy Samuel, lemonade maker
    130 Shead William, grocer
    132 Cohen Robert, hair dresser
    134 Fisher Morris, grindery dealer
    136 Gooding Bros, boot & shoe makers
    138 Weinfeld Charles, hairdresser

    ... here is Pelham Street ...
     

    Post Office Trade Directory in 1895, from 106 to 138  Brick Lane

    East Side of Brick Lane, going northwards

    ... here is Booth Street ...

    106 Dubowski Barnett & Sons, grocers
    108 Burnstein Morris, milliner
    110 Solomon Louis, laundry
    112 Goldstein Abraham, who clothier
    114 Ruel Thos Wm, tobacconist
    Soup Kitchen
    116 Sagar Harry, watch maker
    118 Goldberg Isaac Lewis, woollen merchant
    122 Trost John, baker

    .. here is Hanbury Street ...

    124 Isaacs Abraham, tobacconist
    126 Harrison Charles, coffee rooms
    128 Levy Samuel, green grocer
    130 Shead William, grocer
    132 Kisselkoff Sampson, tobacconist
    134 Lewis Wm, shirt & collar dresser
    136 Gooding Mrs Eliza, boot & shoe maker
    138 Tax Samuel, hairdresser

    ... here is Pelham Street ...
     

    Post Office Trade Directory in 1882, from 49 to 62  Brick Lane

    East Side of Brick Lane, going northwards

    ... here is Booth Street ...

    49 Goldberg Isaac, grocer
    50 Isaacs Lewis, feather manufacturer
    51 Shaul Richard, saddler
    52 Savage Ribert & Son, auctioneers
    53a Crisp Brothers, watch makers
    54 Evans George, steel mill maker
    55 Clevely John, coffee rooms
    56 Trost John, baker

    ... here is Hanbury Street ...

    56 Ruel Thomas, tobacconist
    57 Davenport Henry, coffee rooms
    58 Cook Chas Edward. linen draper
    59 Heath Edward Francis, grocer
    59a McCarty Mrs Ann, haberdasher
    61 Gooding Mrs Eliza, boot & shoe maker
    62 Corston Chas, china & glass dealer

    ... here is Pelham Street ...
     

    Post Office Trade Directory in 1869, from 49 to 62 Brick Lane

    ... here is Booth street ...
    49 Adams Henry Jas, pawnbroker
    50 Isaaca Louis, feather manufacturer
    51 Gold Levy, grocer
    52 Savage Robert & Son, auctioneers
    53 Ellis john, watchmaker
    53 East London Provident Association
    52A Taylor William, upholsterer
    54 Ballard Byron, printer
    55 Nicholls Samuel, coffee rooms
    56 Elms Henry Andrew, baker

    ... here is Montague street ...

    56 Baldwin James William, tobacconist
    57 Lane William, coffee rooms
    58 Heath Mrs Ann, hosier
    59 Heath Edward Francis, grocer
    59a McCarty Mrs Ann, haberdasher
    60 Boswall Mrs Maria, tripe seller
    61 Gooding Benj, boot & shoe maker
    62 Hodges James, china & glass dealer

    ... here is Pelham street ...

    Post Office Trade Directory in 1856, from 49 to 62  Brick Lane

    East Side of Brick Lane, going northwards

    ... here Booth Street intersects ...

    49 Sowerby Dickinson, pawnbroker
    50 Andrews Charles, corn chandler
    51 Love Richard, grocer & tea dealer
    51 Post Office Receiving House
    52 Meeres Thomas, surgeon
    53 East London Provident Association, Oliver Springett Iron, secretary
    54 Evans Henry & Edward, steel mill makers
    55 Nicholls Samuel, coffee rooms
    56 Elms Henry Andrew, baker

    ... here Montague Street intersects ...

    56 Baldwin James William, tobacconist
    57 Davies Michael, cloth cap maker
    59 Thomas George, grocer
    60 Boswall George, tripe dresser
    61 Corby Mrs Susan, tobacconist
    62 Hodges James, china & glass dealer

    ... here Pelham Street intersects ...
     

    Post Office Trade Directory in 1851, from 49 to 62  Brick Lane

    East Side of Brick Lane, going northwards

    ... here Booth Street intersects ...

    49 Sowerby Dickinson, pawnbroker
    50 Andrews Charles, bird dealer
    51 Love Richard, grocer & tea dealer
    51 Post Office Receiving House
    52 Meeres Thomas, surgeon
    53 East London Provident Association, Oliver Stephen Iron, secretary
    54 Gates James, confectioner
    55 Lambert William, coffee rooms
    56 Elms Henry, baker

    ... here Montague Street intersects ...

    56 Morris Robert, tobacconist
    57 Davies Michael, cap maker
    59 Thomas George, grocer
    60 Boswall George, tripe dresser
    61 Corby Mrs Susan, tobacconist
    62 Banks William Henry, corn dealer

    ... here Pelham Street intersects ...
     

    Robsons Trade Directory in 1842, from 49 to 63 Brick Lane

    49 Sowerby Dickinson, pawnbroker
    50 Andrews C, working jeweller
    51 Love Rich, grocer
    52 Meeres T, surgeon
    54 Lock Chas, confectioner
    55 Radmall W, straw hat warehouse
    56 Whitehead G, baker
    Tindale A C, tobacconist
    57 Workman H, cheesemonger
    58 Packer Peter, beer retailer
    59 Watkins, tea dealer
    60 Grey R B, oil and colourman
    61 Savage Jas, furniture broker
    61 Corby S, tobacconist
    62 Banks W, corn dealer
    63 Johnson A, Black Eagle

    Post Office Trade Directory in 1841, from 49 to 63  Brick Lane

    East Side of Brick Lane, going northwards

    ... Booth Street ...

    49 Sowerby Dickinson, pawnbroker
    50 Andrews Charles, jeweller
    51 Love Richard, grocer & tea dealer
    52 Meeres Thomas, surgeon etc
    55 Radmall Wm, who bonnet shape maker
    56 Tindale Alex Curtis, tobacconist
    56 Whitehead Mrs Frances, baker
    57 Workman James, cheesemonger
    59 Watkins Walter, grocer etc
    59 1/2 Bolton Richard, oil & colorman
    60 Savage R, appraiser & undertaker
    61 Corley Mrs Susan, tobacconist
    63 Black Eagle, Andrew Johnstone

    [The Black Eagle is at 63 Brick Lane, on the opposite side of Pelham Street by 1851 - which moved, the Pub or the road?]

    ... Pelham Street ...
     

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