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    Brick Lane East Side

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    plus all of Turks Street

    Post Office Trade Directory in 1915, from 274 to 324  Brick Lane

    East Side of Brick Lane, going northwards

    ... here is Ducal Street ...

    274 Rees Isidore, chandlers shop
    276 Gottfried Harry, linen draper
    278 Berman Abraham, blouse ma
    280 Bloomefield Samuel, dining rooms
    282 Steinfeld Morris, boot maker
    284 Lubinsky Shiel, butsher
    286 Kusher Woolf, veneer merchant
    288 Goldstein Harris, chandlers shop

    ... here is Gossett Street ...

    Leslie House

    308 Turks Head, Jno Ebenezer Hills

    ... here is Virginia Road ...

    310 & 314 Keyman Myer, upholsterer
    312 Stamp Albert Edward & Son, overmantel makers
    312 Swinchatt Job, cabinet maker
    314 & 310 Keyman Myer, upholsterer
    316 Solomons Alec, folding chair maker
    318 Grubb Wm Jno, dining table ma
    320 Manhood Alfred, french polisher
    322 & 295 Nagier Mrs Fanny & Co, cabinet makers
    324 Lubelsky Jacob, cabinet maker

     

    Post Office Trade Directory in 1899, from 274 to 324  Brick Lane

    East Side of Brick Lane, going northwards

    ... here is Ducal Street ...

    274 Craig John, corn dealer
    280 Restall James, dining table maker
    282 Byerley George, chandlers shop
    284 Jago Nathaniel, wood carver
    288 Bartlett Wm, bed * mattress maker
    290 Burrows John, coal dealer
    292 Evans Joseph, boot repairer
    296 Lawler Arthur, chair maker
    298 Hemsworth Henry, chair maker

    ... here is Gossett Street ...

    300 Lefevre Abraham, greengrocer
    306 Clemenson James, confectioner
    308 Turks Head, Jn Ebenezer Hills
    308 Franklin & Holford, chair makers

    ... here is Virginia Road ...

    310 & 314 Keyman Myer, upholsterer
    316 Desbois Arthur, upholsterer
    318 Grubb Wm, dining table maker
    320 Love James Richard, cabinet maker
    322 Mason Wm Thos, french polisher
    324 Sonnenfeld Frank, cabinet maker
     

    Post Office Trade Directory in 1895, from 274 to 324  Brick Lane

    East Side of Brick Lane, going northwards

    ... here is Ducal Street ...

    274 Hadkiss Thos & Chas, corn dealers
    276 Hadkiss William, file cutter
    278 Skeggs John, wardrobe dealer
    280 Restall James, cabinet maker
    282 Byerley George, chandlers shop
    284 Jago Nathaniel, wood carver
    288 Leo Charles, cheesemonger
    296 Machin Ezra Fredk, buhl cutter
    298 Hemsworth Henry, chair maker

    ... here is Gossett Street ...

    300 Lefevre Abraham, greengrocer
    306 Clemenson James, confectioner
    308 Turks Head, James Mark Hall

    ... here is Virginia Road ...

    310 Hamblin Charles, cabinet maker
    312 Cole James, looking glass maker
    314 Day Mrs Clara, boot manufacturer
    316 Desbois Arthur, upholsterer
    318 Grubb Wm, dining table maker
    320 Love James Richard, cabinet maker
    322 Bradbury Arth & Son, cabinet makers
    324 Sonnenfeld Frank, cabinet maker

     

    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, Turk Street

    1 Turks Head, Robert Burrows [becomes 308 Brick Lane by 1891]
    9 Davis Charles John, oilman
    15 Hadkiss William, file cutter
    14 Coleman James, corndealer
    20, 21 & 22 Allen Mark, fire iron manufacturer
    26 Weiss John, baker
    27 Richards Joseph, beer retailer - John Bull
     

    Post Office Trade Directory in 1856, Turk Street

    1 Smith John, beer retailer
    1 Turks Head, William Brown [becomes 308 Brick Lane by 1891]
    2 Sherburd John, clock maker
    4 Webb Charles, cot & crib manufacturer etc
    5 Callcut George jun, leather seller
    8 Dacosta Isaac, tobacconist
    9 Burder Robert, oil & colorman
    10 Hadkiss Thos jun, file & vice cutter
    11 Coleman Bartholomew, chandlers shop
    13 Newberry George, beer retailer
    14 Wheeler George, grocer
    15 Duke of York, Isaac John Hildrup  [becomes 241 Brick Lane by 1891]
    19 Courcha John, cabinet maker
    20 Miles John, tinplate worker
    27 Williams Richard, beer retailer - John Bull
    30 Snellgrove, gilder

    Post Office Trade Directory in 1869, Turk Street

    Turk street, Bethnal Green, continuation of Tyssen street
    1 Turks Head, Thomas North
    1 Gracey Samuel, beer retailer
    2 Sherburd John, clockmker
    6 Callent George jun, leatherseller
    9 Davis Joseph Robert, oil & color man
    9 Schmidt Alfred, chemist
    13 Barrett William, beer retailer
    15 Duke of York, Henry garwood
    15 Hadkiss William, file cutter
    16 coleman William, corn dealer
    20 Miles John, tinplate worker
    26 Jackson George, baker
    27 Richards Joseph, beer retailer  - John Bull

    Post Office Trade Directory in 1851, Turk Street

    1 Turks Head, William Brown
    1 Newbery George, wheelwright
    14 Beacon Mrs Mary Ann, grocer
    15 Duke of York, George Jackson
    20 Miles John, tin plate worker

    Robsons Trade Directory in 1842, Turk Street

    Brown George, Turks Head
    20 and 21 Miles Jno, plate worker
    Parsons William, Duke of York
    Fairy Rich, grocer

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