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    Brick Lane East Side

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    Post Office Trade Directory in 1915, from 182 to 226  Brick Lane

    East Side of Brick Lane, going northwards

    ... here is Hare Street ...

    182 Old Crown, Morris Simpkin
    184 Finkle Alexander, chandlers shop
    186 Bears Samuel, china dealer
    188 Soltz Lewis, furniture dealer
    190 Davies Walter, hosier
    192 Dean James, who confectioner
    194. 196 & 198 Richardson J C B & Sons Ltd, hosiers

    ... here is Bacon Street ...

    200 Faibes Jacob, grocer
    202 Barnett Miss Esther, piece broker
    204 Hillman Lazer, wardrobe dealer
    206 Bloomenfield Kalmon, linen draper
    208 Bird Hy Busby & Co, cheesemongers
    210 Gold Jacob, grocer
    212 Fisher Nathan, mantle maker
    214 Brown Frederick, butcher
    214a Katzoff Colman, linen draper
    216 Walter Albert, butcher
    218 Kenney John Patrick, grocer
    220 Sandrock William & Sons, bakers
    222 Thomas Hy Wm, stewed eel shop
    224 Swyer Robert, surgeon
    226 Garrod Mrs Amy Elizh, confectioner

    ... here is Bethnal Green Road ...
     

    Post Office Trade Directory in 1899, from 182 to 226  Brick Lane

    East Side of Brick Lane, going northwards

    ... here is Hare Street ...

    182 Old Crown, Mrs Edith Judge
    184 Bell Henry, oilman
    186 Ruthe Arthur John, linen draper
    188 & 208 Humphreys Frederick George, cheesemonger
    190 Southeby Brothers, hosiers
    192 Dean James, who confectioner
    194. 196 & 198 Richardson John Charles Bayliffe, linen draper

    ... here is Bacon Street ...

    200 Jones John Llewellyn, grocer
    202 Barnett Gershon, piece broker
    204 Tatham Chas, tin plate worker
    206 Walter Albert, butcher
    208 & 188 Humphreys Frederick George, cheesemonger
    210 Wheatley William, greengrocer
    212 & 214 Salmon Alfred, butcher
    214 Carson Mrs Charlotte, stewed eel shop
    216 Jackson Benjamin, butcher
    218 Kenney John, grocer
    220 Sandrock William, baker
    222 Cody William, butcher
    224 Swyer James, chemist
    224 Swyer Robert, surgeon
    226 Gilbert Mrs Sarah, wholesale confectioner

    ... here is Bethnal Green Road ...
     

    Post Office Trade Directory in 1895, from 182 to 226  Brick Lane

    East Side of Brick Lane, going northwards

    ... here is Hare Street ...

    182 Old Crown, Joel Davis
    184 Bell Henry, oilman
    186 Ruthe Arthur John, linen draper
    188 Humphreys Geo H, cheesemonger
    190 Southeby Brothers, hosiers
    192 Dean James, confectioner
    194. 196 & 198 Richardson John Charles Bayliffe, linen draper

    ... here is Bacon Street ...

    200 Jones David, grocer
    202 Barnett Mrs Rachael, piece broker
    204 Tatham Chas, tin plate worker
    206 Waletr Albert, butcher
    208 Griggs Philip, cheesemonger etc
    210 Smith Robert jun, greengrocer
    212 Salmon Alfred, butcher
    214 Ansell James Edward, butcher
    214 Carson Thomas, stewed eel shop
    216 Abbott Albert Robert, butcher
    218 Kenney John, grocer
    220 Goisel Christopher, baker
    222 Cody William, butcher
    224 Swyer James, chemist
    226 Gilbert Mrs Sarah, wholesale confectioner

    ... here is Bethnal Green Road ...
     

    Post Office Trade Directory in 1882, from 110 to 132  Brick Lane

    East Side of Brick Lane, going northwards

    ... here is Hare Street ...

    110 Old Crown, Lewis Levy
    111 Freeman Frederick, oilman
    112 Ware James Softly, linendraper
    113 Elves Alfred, cheesemonger
    114 Killinger Henry, grocer
    115 Dean James, confectioner
    116 Riley Jonathan, greengrocer
    117 & 118 Richardson John Charles, linendraper

    ... here is Thomas Street ...

    119 Jones David, grocer
    120 Barnett Solomon, piece broker
    121 Perrin Richard, butcher
    123 Griggs Philip, cheesemonger
    124 Jones William, greengrocer
    125 & 126 Payne John, butcher
    126 1/2 Gilbert Mrs Hannah, grocer
    127 Smart George, butcher
    128 Goff Charles, grocer
    129 Geisel Christopher, baker
    130 Wooster William, butcher
    131 Swyer James, Chemist
    132 Glover George, grocer

    ... here is Bethnal Green Road ...

    Post Office Trade Directory in 1869, from 110 to 132 Brick Lane

    ... here is Hare Street ...

    110 Old Crown, Benjamin Phillips
    111 Stevens Joseph, greengrocee
    112 Ware James Softly, linen draper
    113 Elves nehemiah, cheesemonger
    114 Rock John Frederick, grocer
    115 Sadler Stephen, pastrycook
    116 Stevens Joseph, butcher
    117 Fennell Alfred, oilman
    118 Stubbing & Richardson, linen drapers

    ... here is Thomas street ...

    119 Martin William, grocer
    120 Eastaugh Edw & Sons, shoe makers
    121 Smith John, baker
    122 Key Thomas, brush manufacturer
    123 Griggs Mrs Martha, cheesemonger
    124,125 & 126 Payne John, butcher
    126 1/2 Gilbert Mrs Hannah, grocer
    127 Dowsett Mrs Frances, cheesemonger
    128 Wildish Ranger, grocer
    129 Hobbs Edward Newman, baker
    130 Swyer James, chemist
    131 Wooster Henry, butcher
    132 Tatham Charles, tinplate worker

    n.b. [ For the Trade Directories of 1856 and earlier it is unclear where the Directory for Brick lane continues northwards on the eastern side, and then turns southward on the Western side.

     The Bethnal Green census for 1851, District 1, page 1 starts with an entry for Mary A Walker, Widow, Victualler at 133 Brick Lane and states Eastern side. I am using this address as a natural point to change directions.]
     

    Post Office Trade Directory in 1856, from 110 to 132 Brick Lane

    East Side of Brick Lane, going northwards

    ... here Hare Street intersects ...

    110 Old Crown,Alfred Henry Bell
    111 Benson Henry, greengrocer
    112 Ware Thomas Softly, linen draper
    113 Elves Nehemiah, cheesemonger
    114 Langton Thomas & Richard, grocers
    116 Byford James, cheesemonger
    117 Merrill Frederick, oilman
    118 Stunning William, linen draper

    ... here Thomas Street intersects ...

    119 Sheppard Joseph Edward, corn chandler
    120 Robinson Mrs Rachael, oil warehouse
    121 Smith John, baker
    122 Key Thomas, brush manufacturer
    123 Griggs John, cheesemonger
    125 Chipperfield James, fishmonger
    125 Solomons Mrs Hannah, china dealer
    126 1/2 Payne William, butcher
    126 Gilbert Josiah, grocer
    128 Wildish Ranger, grocer
    129 Hobbs Edward Newman, baker
    130 Osborn Thomas James, chemist
    131 & 136 Jarman Mrs Maria, butcher
    132 Scurr Daniel, tinplate worker
     

    Post Office Trade Directory in 1851, from 110 to 133  Brick Lane

    East Side of Brick Lane, going northwards

    ... here Hare Street intersects ...

    110 Old Crown,Alfred Henry Bell
    111 Jones John, fruiterer
    112 Ware Thomas Softly, hosier etc
    113 Elves Nehemiah, cheesemonger
    114 & 115 Gold Peter, grocer
    116 King Thomas, cheesemonger
    117 Merrill Frederick, oilman
    118 Stunning William, hosier

    ... here Thomas Street intersects ...

    119 Reed John, corn chandler
    120 Robinson Mrs Rachael, oil shop
    121 Smith John, baker
    122 Key & Connell, brush manufacturers
    123 Griggs John, cheesemonger
    126 1/2 Gilbert Josiah, grocer
    128 Wright William, grocer
    129 Hobbs Edward Newman, baker
    130 Osborn Thomas James, chemist
    131 & 136 Jarman Thomas sen, butcher
    132 Scurr Daniel, tinplate worker
    133 Walker Mary A, Victualler [census] - Eastern Side
     

    Robsons Trade Directory in 1842, from 110 to 130  Brick Lane

    110 Johnston Alex jun, Crown
    111 Messenger W, ladies shoe maker
    112 Wright W, hosier
    113 Elves N, cheesemonger
    114 Gold P, grocer
    116 smith William, currier
    117 cary Thomas, oil and colourman
    121 Dias Sam, confectioner
    122 Smith J, baker
    123 Wheatley William, cheesemonger
    124 Pluckrose henry, butcher
    126 Boggis George Edward, grocer
    127 Warner Chas, tobacconist
    128 Turner Samuel, grocer
    129 Litlejohn Thomas, baker
    130 Osborn Thomas Jas, chemist


    Post Office Trade Directory in 1841, from 110 to 130  Brick Lane

    East Side of Brick Lane, going northwards

    110 Crown, Miss Jane Rous
    111 Messenger Henry, boot maker
    112 Wright Wm Norton, linen draper
    114 & 115 Gold Peter, grocer
    116 Smith Wm, currier
    117 Cary Thomas, oil & colorman
    118 Butler James, surgeon etc

    ... Thomas Street ...

    119 Baker & Friend, William Johnson
    120 Robinson Thomas, oilman
    122 Smith John, baker
    128 Turner Samuel, grocer
    129 Harper Thomas, baker
    130 Osborn Thomas James, chemist
     

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