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    Brick Lane East Side

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    This page includes Tyssen Street

    Post Office Trade Directory in 1915, from 230 to 272  Brick Lane

    East Side of Brick Lane, going northwards

    ... here is Bethnal Green Road ...

    ... here is Shacklewell Street ...

    230 Old Pitts Head, Mrs Leah Golp
    232 Shefras Lipman, chandlers shop
    234 Sacharoff Alec, butcher
    238 Leboff Barnett, green grocer
    240 Price Max, confectioner

    ... here is Princes Court ...

    242 Kershenbaum Morris, boot maker
    244 & 246 Sheen Jas, manufacturing upholsterer
    248 Baltimore Lumbering Co, timber merchants
    250 Bloom Joseph, watch maker
    256 Bennett Mrs Esther, wardrobe dealer
    262 Woodcock Robt, chair maker
    262 Lamy Thomas, french polisher
    262 & 277 Rosenberg Abraham, cabinet maker
    262 Dukes Mrs Caroline, chair maker
    264 Folkston Selak, boot maker
    266 Pierce William, newsagent
    272 Bogdanow Abraham, veneer maker

    ... here is Ducal Street ...
     

    Post Office Trade Directory in 1899, from 230 to 266  Brick Lane

    East Side of Brick Lane, going northwards

    ... here is Bethnal Green Road ...

    ... here is Shacklewell Street ...

    230 Old Pitts Head, Louis Lipman
    232 Fairweather Wm, wardrobe dealer
    234 George Henry, boot maker
    238 Thompson James, plumber
    240 Newman Charles, oilman

    ... here is Princes Court ...

    242 Tucker Geo, chandlers shop
    244 Sheen James, manufacturing upholsterer
    248 & 250 Diamond Isaac, timber merchants
    262 Woodcock Robt, chandlers shop
    262 Hooper Walter Francis, chair maker
    262 Lamy Thomas, french polisher
    262a Norris Bros, cabinet makers
    262 Dukes Joseph, chair maker
    264 Turner Henry, chair maker
    266 Pierce William, dairy

    ... here is Ducal Street ...
     

    Post Office Trade Directory in 1895, from 230 to 268  Brick Lane

    East Side of Brick Lane, going northwards

    ... here is Bethnal Green Road ...

    ... here is Shacklewell Street ...

    230 Old Pitts Head, Robert William Newstead
    234 George Henry, boot maker
    240 Connew Alfred, oilman

    ... here is Princes Court ...

    242 Tucker Geo, chandlers shop
    244 Sheen James, upholsterer
    244 Johnson John, cabinet maker
    248 Diamond Isaac, timber merchants
    250 Jones William, greengrocer
    252 Dukes Joseph, chair maker
    262 Weller William jnr, match box maker
    262 Norris Bros, cabinet makers
    264 Dupen James, undertaker
    266 Pierce William, chandlers shop
    268 Hogarth Edwin, chairmaker

    ... here is Ducal Street ...
     

    In 1882 and earlier, Brick Lane is a shorter road, ending at its intersection with Bethnal Green Road. This section of Bethnal Green road was also formerly known as Church Road.

    Post Office Trade Directory in 1882, Tyssen Street

    1 Krauss John, baker
    Burgess Thomas, beer retailer
    Jones William, greengrocer
    Smart Joseph, coffee rooms
    6 Dent Thomas, chair maker
    10 Hockley Henry, grocer
    12 Connew Alfred, oilman
    13 Hare John, saw maker
    16 Burgess Henry, feather seller
    17 Hockley William, chandlers shop
    Old Pitts Head, William F Hughes [becomes 230 Brick Lane by 1891]
    Davis Richard, manufacturing chemist
    Dell John Thomas, general dealer (7 Tyssen Place)

    1869 Post Office Directory - Tyssen street, 54 Church street, Bethnal Green

    1 Day William, baker
    2 Harris Thomas, ivory turner
    5 Collins Charles, tailor
    6 Dent Thomas, chair maker
    7 & 8 Badkin Thomas, ivory turner
    10 Hockley Henry, chandlers shop
    12 Arnott Robert, musical instrument maker
    13 Hare John, saw maker
    16 Richards Caleb Carey, surgeon
    17 Hockley William, chandlers shop
    17 Old Pitts Head, William Turnell
    17 East London General Pension Soc, Benjamin Warner, hon sec
    18 Parsons Chas, willow square maker
    19 Varah Thomas, linen draper
    20 Hanson Joseph, bonnet shape manufacturer
    21 Smart Benjamin, coffee rooms
    Newman Edw, scavenger & contractor

    Post Office Trade Directory in 1856, Tyssen Street

     

    Post Office Trade Directory in 1851, Tyssen Street

    1 Hobbs Edward Newman, baker
    1 Nolloth Geo & Saml, who shoe makers
    17 Gadkin Thomas, ivory turner
    17 Old Pitts Head, William Turnell
    17 East London General Pension Society
    20 & 21 Wastell William Jas, timber dealer
    24 Grimaldi Thomas, oilman
    Newman Edw, scavenger & contractor

    Robsons Trade Directory in 1842, Tyssen Street

    Whimpery William, beer retailer
    Macdonald J, bedstaed maker
    Potter J, Old Pitts Head
    Goodman W, baker
    Nolloth George, shoe maker
    Clubb Thomas, currier


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