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    Brick Lane West Side

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    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 1915, from 125 to 161  Brick Lane

    West Side of Brick Lane, going southwards

    ... here is Sclater Street ...

    125 & 127 Fleming Joseph Jnp, boot maker
    129 Cohen Nathan, clothier
    131 Watkin Abraham, tailor
    133 Foreman Nathan, tobacconist
    135 Rapley Stephen, oil & color man
    137 Lindsell Thos Martin, beer retailer
    139 Friedlander Jacob, boot maker
    141 Louis Mrs Margaret, baker

    ... here is Bacon Street ...

    143 Daniels Sam, linendraper
    145 Shachman Moses, chandlers shop
    147 Morgenstein Mrs Yetta, butcher
    149 Kapiloff Lewis, boot maker
    151 Shulman Marks, butcher
    153 Home & Colonial Stores Ltd

    .. here is Little Bacon Street ..
     

    157 Jolly Butchers, Stanley Walter Ellis
    159 Daniels Harris, butcher
    161 Konskier Joseph, linen draper

    ... here is Bethnal Green Road ...
     

    Post Office Trade Directory in 1899, from 125 to 165  Brick Lane

    West Side of Brick Lane, going northwards

    ... here is Sclater Street ...

    125 & 127 Fleming Joseph Jn, boot maker
    129 & 131 Gold Moss, clothier
    133 Fazzani Joseph, confectioner
    135 Kippins Thos & Son, oil warehouse
    137 Ward Thomas John, beer retailer
    139 Maton George, boot maker
    141 Louis Nicholas, baker

    ... here is Bacon Street ...

    143 Olofsky Solomon, butcher
    145 Shachman Moses, chandlers shop
    147 Dennis Mrs Mary Ann, butcher
    149 Rodker Moses, draper
    151 Driver John William, butcher
    153 Home & Colonial Stores Ltd
    155 Stillwell Wm John, oil warehouse

    .. here is Little Bacon Street ..
     

    157 Jolly Butchers, Frank Albert Jennings
    159 Poundberry William, butcher
    161 Smith Mrs Henrietta, greengrocer
    163 Morgan David, cheesemonger
    165 Groves Thos Jn & Son, butchers

    ... here is Bethnal Green Road ...
     

    Post Office Trade Directory in 1895, from 125 to 165  Brick Lane

    West Side of Brick Lane, going northwards

    ... here is Sclater Street ...

    125 & 127 Fleming Joseph Jn, boot maker
    129 & 131 Gold Moss, clothier
    133 Fazzani William, confectioner
    135 Kippins Thos & Son, oil warehouse
    137 Ward Thos John, beer retailer
    139 Maton George, boot maker
    141 Louis Nicholas, baker

    ... here is Bacon Street ...

    143 Jackson Benjamin, butcher
    145 Driver John Geo, cheesemonger
    147 Dennis Henry, butcher
    149 Knight Charles, butcher
    151 Jackson Edwin, butcher
    153 Home & Colonial Stores Ltd
    155 Stillwell Wm John, oil warehouse

    .. here is Little Bacon Street ..
     

    157 Jolly Butchers, Ellis Bros & Co
    159 Poundberry William, butcher
    161 Smith Robert, greengrocer
    165 Groves Thos Jn & Son, butchers

    ... here is Bethnal Green Road ...
     

    Post Office Trade Directory in 1882, from 136 to 156  Brick Lane

    West Side of Brick Lane, going southwards

    ... here is Bethnal Green Road ...

    136 Walton & Co, tea merchants
    137 Groves Thos & Sons, butchers
    138 Dashwood Edward J, cheesemonger
    139 Smith Robert, greengrocer
    140 Ansall James, butcher
    141 Jolly Butchers, James Ansall

    ... here is Little Bacon Street ...

    142 Stillwell Miss Ann Elizabeth, oil warehouse
    143 Begernie Aug A, tripe dresser
    144 Baker Richard William, butcher
    145 Knight Charles, butcher
    147 Tatham Chas, tin plate worker
    148 Clay Mrs Jane, dining rooms

    ... here is Bacon Street ...

    149 Louis Nicholas, baker
    150 Fleming Charles, boot maker etc
    151 Wright Henry, beer retailer
    152 Kippins Jane & Son, oil warehouse
    152a Corbett Robert, butcher
    153 Gold Moss, clothier
    154 Power Joshua, shoemaker
    155 Corrick Paul, hatter
    156 Fleming Joseph, bootmaker

    ... here is Sclater Street ...
     

    Post Office Trade Directory in 1869, from 136 to 156 Brick Lane

    136 Stearn Henry, butcher
    137 Smart John, butcher
    139 Forsdike James, tobacconist
    140 Groves Thomas, butcher
    141 Turk & Slave, Thomas Weeden

    ... here is Little Bacon street ...

    142 Stillwell Charles Henry, oilman
    143 Miles William, tripe dresser
    144 Richards Daniel, butcher
    146 Shrimpton Thomas William M, dairy
    147 Fielder Mrs Selina, cheesemonger

    ... here is Bacon street ...

    149 Vohmann John, baker
    150 Fleming Charles, boot etc maker
    152 Hensher William, tobacco pipe maker
    153 Borrett George sen, pork butcher
    154 Wills Mrs Mary, shoemaker
    155 Cassell Jas R (exors of), pawnbroker

    ... here is Sclater street ...

    153 & 154 Dobell Matthias, corn dealer
    156 Barnes Charles, oilman

    Post Office Trade Directory in 1856, from 136 to 156  Brick Lane

    West Side of Brick Lane, going southwards

    135 & 140 Groves Thomas, butcher
    136 & 131 Jarman Mrs Maria, butcher
    137 Smart John, butcher
    138 Chapman Philip, potato dealer
    139 Pearce John James, grocer
    140 & 135 Groves Thomas, butcher

    ... here Little Bacon Street intersects ...

    142 Johnson Mrs Elizabeth, oil warehouse
    143 Johnson William, tripe dresser
    144 Rushworth William, butcher
    145 Bassett William, greengrocer
    147 Rogers Philip, cheesemonger
    148 Clay Thomas, butcher

    ... here Bacon Street intersects ...

    149 Terry Joseph, baker
    150 Fleming Charles, boot maker etc
    151 Hales William, beer retailer
    152 Parrott George, boot & shoe maker
    152 Fitt James, hairdresser
    153 Borrett Mrs Sarah, pork butcher
    154 Wills John, boot maker
    155 Watherston Jas henderson, pawnbroker

    ... here Sclater Street intersects
     

    Post Office Trade Directory in 1851, from 136 to 156  Brick Lane

    West Side of Brick Lane, going southwards

    135 & 140 Groves Thomas, butcher
    136 & 131 Jarman Thomas sen, butcher
    138 Dalby Charles Edward, fruiterer
    139 Jarman Thomas jun, tinplate worker
    140 & 135 Groves Thomas, butcher
    141 Turkish Slave, Robt Batchelder
    142 Johnson Mrs Elizabeth, oil warehouse
    143 & 144 Rushworth William, butcher
    145 Miller Thomas, potato dealer
    146 Rayment Richard, teadealer
    147 Luke William, cheesemonger
    148 Clay Thomas, dining rooms

    ... here Bacon Street intersects ...

    151 Hyam Somerset, chemist
    153 Burton John, corn chandler
    153 Borrett Thomas, pork butcher
    154 Wills John, boot maker
    155 Cassell Jas Rt (exors of), pawnbroker

    ... here Sclater Street intersects ...
     

    Robsons Trade Directory in 1842, from 136 to 156  Brick Lane

    136 Jarman Thomas, tin worker
    138 Castle Robert, tobacconist
    138 Dalby C E, greengrocer
    140 Higgs William, butcher
    141 Rous Jane, Turk & Slave
    142 Monksfield C, oil and colourman
    144 Rushworth W, butcher
    145 Miller Thomas, potato dealer
    146 Hum S, hatter
    147 Barrett J, cheesemonger
    148 Clay Thomas, eating house
    149 Pether Robert, marine store dealer
    150 Cook Jas, cheesemonger
    151 Merrick John, turner
    152 Morgan Joseph, plumber
    153 Donaldson Thomas, corn dealer
    155 cassell J R (exors of), pawnbrokers
    156 Barnes Robert, oilman

    Post Office Trade Directory in 1841, from 136 to 156  Brick Lane

    West Side of Brick Lane, going southwards

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