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    Post Office Trade Directory in 1915, from 41 to 79  Brick Lane

    West Side of Brick Lane, going northwards

    ... here is Fashion Street ...

    41 George & Guy, Archer Sainer
    43 Wells William, laundry
    45 Isaacs Julius & Co, woollen mers
    47 Cohen Reuben, milliner
        Christ Church National Schools
    49 Seven Stars, Mrs Rose Cooney
    51 Mahler Lazarus, barrow lender
    53 Shelman Lewis, tobacconist
    55 Schmidt Chonic, watch maker
    57 Filschstein Miss Dinah, corset maker
    57 Rosenbloom Solomon Israel, wine, spirit & beer dealer

    ... here is Fournier Street ...

    Great Synagogue
    61 Shreibman Joseph, hairdresser
    63 Egelnich Isaac, ladies tailor
    63a Cooney Mrs Elizabeth, registered lodging house

    ... here is Princelet Street ...

    65 Rees Brothers, egg merchants
    67 Eker Israel, dyer
    67 Cohen Isaac, picture fram maker
    69 Laurel Tree, Solomon Brown
    71 Bradman Nathan, furniture maker
    73 Michaels Michael, chandlers shop
    75 Goodman Percy Tranter, surgeon
    77 Rosoff Rev Barnett, mohel
    77 City & West End Shirt & Collar Dressing & General Laundry Co
    79 Watts Samuel, beer retailer

    ... here is Hanbury Street ...
     

    Post Office Trade Directory in 1899, from 41 to 79  Brick Lane

    West Side of Brick Lane, going northwards

    ... here is Fashion Street ...

    43 Auerbach Herman, laundry
    45 Isaacs Deborah & Co, woollen mers
    47 & 25 Simons Isaac, chandlers shop
        Christ Church National Schools
    49 Seven Stars, Mrs Sarah Ann Shacklady
    55 Walter L & P & Son, clothiers
    57 Segal Morris, confectioner
    59 Stein Marks, boot maker

    ... here is Fournier Street ...

    Great Synagogue
    61 Isner Isaac, hair dresser
    63 Oushatz Morris, boot maker
    63a Cooney John, reg lodging house

    ... here is Princelet Street ...

    65 Tysidler Morris, wood turner
    67 Cohen Isaac, picture fram maker
    69 Laurel Tree, Nathan Freedman
    71 Miller Mrs Sarah, tailor
    73 Dubowski Barnett, chandlers shop
    75 Snowman Jacob, surgeon
    77 Snipelinsky Myer, wine & spirit retailer
    79 Bennett Francis Albert, beer retailer

    ... here is Hanbury Street ...
     

    Post Office Trade Directory in 1895, from 41 to 79  Brick Lane

    West Side of Brick Lane, going northwards

    ... here is Fashion Street ...

    41 George & Guy, William Murray
    43 Simons Isaac, grocer
    45 Isaacs Mrs Deborah, woollen mers
    47 Abrahamovitch Hyman, boot maker
        Christ Church National Schools
        Francis Thomas, carman (Seven Stars Yard)
    53 Shead Samuel, confectioner
    55 Walter L & P & Son, clothiers
    57 Golderg Monkarz, shipping agents

    ... here is Fournier Street ...

    61 Solomons Harris, furniture dealer

    ... here is Princelet Street ...

    65 Klichewski Morris, butcher
    67 Cohen Isaac, picture fram maker
    69 Laurel Tree, Charles John Ash
        Robinson Rt Wm, oil warehouse
        Post & Money Order Office & savings Bank
    73 Davidoff Morris, chandlers shop
    75 Dukes William Profit, surgeon
    77 Weinberg Joseph, hairdresser
    77 City & West End Shirt & Collar Dressing & General Laundry Co
    79 Collinson George, beer retailer

    ... here is Hanbury Street ...
     

    Post Office Trade Directory in 1882, from 180 to 193 Brick Lane

    West Side of Brick Lane, going southwards

    ... here is Hanbury Street ...

    180 Satchell John, beer retailer
    182 Dukes William Profit, surgeon
    184 Robinson Rt Wm, oil warehouse
    Post Office Receiving House
    185 Laurel Tree, John Ash
    186 Cohen Isaac, picture frame maker
    187 Lough John, ham & beef dealer

    ... here is Princes Street ...

    188 Hedges John, dairy

    ... here is Church Street ...

    186 Shead Wm, wholesale grocer
    187 Walter & Son, clothiers
    188 Ralph Louis, stationer
    Goodson Mrs Sarah, carman
    189 Seven Stars, William Lovesy
    Christ Church National School
    190 Moses Philip, piece broker
    191 Cohen Solomon, boot maker
    193 George & Guy, John Coe

    ... here is Fashion Street ...
     

    [Some time before 1882, Browns Lane is renamed Hanover Street]

    Post Office Trade Directory in 1869, from 180 to 193 Brick Lane

    ... here is Browns lane ...

    180 Hales William, beer retailer
    182 Dukes William Profit, surgeon
    183 Ash John, chairmaker
    185 Laurel Tree, John Grist
    186 Goldberg Barnett, boot & shoe maker
    187 Lough John, ham & beef dealer
    186 Barker William Joseph, newsman
    186 Post Office, Money Order & Savings Bank
    187 Hale Robert, shoemaker
    188 Denny James, undertaker
    188 Goodson Edward Saunders, carman
    189 Seven Stars, William Lindsay
    191 Charters Thomas, hairdresser
    192 Daden Henry, tinplate worker
    193 George & Guy, George Cox

    ... here is Fashion street ...

    Post Office Trade Directory in 1856, from 180 to 193 Brick Lane

    West Side of Brick Lane, going southwards

    ... here Browns Lane intersects ....

    180 Guy Henry, oilman & tallow chandler
    181 Selves Samuel, boot maker
    182 Edmunds James, surgeon
    183 Edwards John, dairyman & brick layer
    183 Hynes Miss Caroline, dress maker
    184 Felton James, surrier
    185 Laurel Tree, Richard Quested
    186 Beecher James William, tailor
    187 Lough John, ham & beef dealer

    ... here Princes Street intersects ....

    189 Clevely James, milliner
    190 Furze John Nokes & Co, ale merchants etc

    ... here Church Street intersects ...

    187 Barker William Joseph, newsman
    188 Denny James, furnishing undertaker
    188 Goodson Edward Saunders, carman
    189 Seven Stars, John Robert Bowen
    190 Andrews John Henry & Co, fur dyers
    190 Wright John, fur skin dresser
    191 Wrack Thomas, hair dresser
    192 Sanders Wm, tinplate worker
    193 George & Guy, Nathaniel tarr

    ... here Fashion Street intersects ....

    Post Office Trade Directory in 1851, from 180 to 193 Brick Lane

    West Side of Brick Lane, going southwards

    ... here Browns Lane intersects ....

    180 Holmes Jas Fras, oilman & tallow chandler
    181 Lough John, ham dealer
    182 Lewis David Thacker, surgeon
    183 Edwards Edward, cowkeeper
    184 Felton James, surrier
    185 Laurel Tree, Richard Quested

    ... here Princes Street intersects ....

    189 Eastaugh Edw, who boot & shoe maker
    Spitalfields Chapel

    ... here Church Street intersects ...

    186 Cash Henry, iron & brass founder
    187 Barker William, newsman
    188 Denny James, furnishing undertaker
    189 Seven Stars, Henry Flight
    191 Wrack Thomas, hair dresser
    192 Sanders Wm, tinplate worker
    193 George & Guy, Nathaniel Tarr

    ... here Fashion Street intersects ....
     

    Robsons Trade Directory in 1842, from 181 to 194  Brick Lane

    181 Lough John, ham dealer
    182 Hodson Jos, surgeon
    184 Felton Jas, currier
    185 South William, Laurel Tree
    187 Greatorex Jno, tailor
    187 Garey Jno, furnishing undertaker
    189 Bacon Parsley, Seven Stars
    190 Knight J, builder
    191 Isaac Sam, clothes salesman
    192 Sanders R, tin plate worker
    194 Linkson John, Three Cranes
    194 Stephens Thomas, George & Guy

    Post Office Trade Directory in 1841, from 181 to 194 Brick Lane

    West Side of Brick Lane, going southwards

    ... Browns Lane ....

    181 Lough John, ham dealer
    182 Hodgson Joseph, surgeon
    184 Felton James, currier
    185 Laurel Tree, Mrs Sophia South
    186 & 187 Garey John, furniture broker

    ... Church Street ....

    187 Greatorex John, tailor & draper
    188 Barker William, newsman
    188 Denny James, furnishing undertaker
    190 Knight John, carpenter & builder
    192 Sanders William, tinplate worker
    193 George & Guy, Stephens & Walker
    194 Three Cranes, Gerdt Hen Dorscher

    ... Fashion Street ....

     

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