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    Brick Lane West Side

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    This section of Brick Lane was originally Tyssen Street and Turk Street - see Bethnal Green 1882 map

    Post Office Trade Directory in 1915, from 213 to 305  Brick Lane

    West Side of Brick Lane, going southwards

    ... here is Boreham Street ...

    213 Kahanovitch Davis, tailor
    215 Cincinnati Lumber & Veneer Co Ltd
    221 Isaacs Simon, boot maker
    223 Morgan Mrs Susan, wardrobe dealer
    225 Hizer Harry, tailor
    227 Mutkin Solomon, chandlers shop
    227 Hooper Walter Fras, chair maker
    227 Slow Edward Samuel jun, chair maker
    227, Slow Edward, chair maker
    229 Winikkopsky Myer, confectioner
    231 Scott Ephraim, piece broker
    233 Smith Mrs Alice & Sons, leather sellers
    235 Hemsworth Mrs Ada, laundry
    241 Duke of York, Pizer Gold
    243 Stoop Nathan, cabinet maker
    245 Cooper Joseph,dairyman
    247 Cohen Simon, wardrobe dealer
    249 Phear John, looking glass frame maker
    249 Bernstein David, french polisher
    251 Crystal Abraham, hairdresser
    253 Fisher Marks, cabinet maker
    255 Landsman Lewis, wardrobe dealer
    257 Kubble Joseph, underclothing maker
    259a Curtis Chas, cabinet maker
    261 Schuleberg Jacob, greengrocer
    263 Brooks Thos, chimney Sweeper
    265 Greenfield Simon, chandlers shop
    267 Klein Elias, butcher
    271 Broderick Alf Walter, beer retailer
    275 Buddin John, chair maker
    275 Wells George, cabinet maker
    275 Longcroft Fredk, wood carver
    275 Saunders Herbert Henry, dining table maker
    275 Bass Harris, cabinet maker
    275 Bailey Jack, cabinet maker
    277 Gluckstein Morris, greengrocer
    279 Clements Isaac, fried fish shop
    281 Kasolofsky Nathan, hairdresser

    ... here is Virginia Road ...

    285 Fisher Joseph, cabinet maker
    287 Stevens Joseph, bedroom furniture maker
    289 Hubbersgilt Woolf, cabinet maker
    291 Wright Harry, cardboard box maker
    293 Burns Wm & Co, piano stool maker
    295 & 322 Nagler Mrs fanny & Co, cabinet makers
    297 Cohen Bros, cabinet makers
    299 Vincent & Schwalb, saw mills
    301 Cohen Barnett, cabinet maker
    303 Cart Abraham, cabinet maker
    305 Smith Albert, upholsterer

     

    Post Office Trade Directory in 1899, from 211 to 305  Brick Lane

    West Side of Brick Lane, going southwards

    ... here is Boreham Street ...

    211 Slow Edward, beer retailer
    213 Jones Charles, boot maker
    217 Tweed William, wood dealer
    221 Ricketts Harry, news vendor
    223 Hollis Miss Eliza, wardrobe dealer
    225 Green Mrs Elizabeth, chandlers shop
    227 Turner Mrs Sarah, wardrobe dealer
    227a Buck Thos, looking glass maker
    227a Slow Edward, chair maker
    229 Norman & Taverner, cabinet maker
    231 Seabrook Miss Eliza, ladies outfitter
    233 Callcut George, bookbinders leather seller
    235 Brinkworth Joseph William, cabinet carver
    241 Duke of York, Wm Henderson
    245 Bishop Mrs Mary Ann, confectioner
    249 Phear Fredk A, looking glass frame maker
    251 Phillips William, hairdresser
    253 Lee Charles, cheesemonger
    255 Webber George, fried fish shop
    257 Allen Mrs Emma, ironplate maker
    259 Smith Thomas, cabinet maker
    261 Walsby Joseph, tripe dresser
    263 Brooks Thos, chimney sweeper
    265 Payne George, wardrobe dealer
    267 Ball Thomas, butcher
    269 Hinderer Philip, baker
    271 Broderick Alf Walter, beer retailer
    273 Crow George, grindery dealer
    275 Wilson Harry, cabinet maker
    275 Orange Thomas John, cabinet maker
    275 Higgins John, boot maker
    275 Marshall William Hy, writing table maker
    279 Long Henry, eating house
    281 Smith Louis, leather seller
    283 Ritz Nathan, boot maker

    ... here is Virginia Road ...

    285 Nichols James, chair maker
    287 Stevens Joseph, furniture maker
    289 Barwick Fredk, cabinet maker
    291 Wright Harry, furniture dealer
    293 Burns Wm & Co, cabinet turners
    295 Rosenberg Ephraim, cabinet maker
    297 Britten Robert, boot manufacturer
    299 Levy Julius, cabinet maker
    301 Klein Morris, upholsterer
    303 Coffin Frederick, cabinet maker

     

    Post Office Trade Directory in 1895, from 213 to 305  Brick Lane

    West Side of Brick Lane, going southwards

    ... here is Boreham Street ...

    211 Cox William Thomas, beer retailer
    217 Twed William, wood dealer
    221 Barth Ernest Jacob, news vendor
    223 Hollis Miss Eliza, wardrobe dealer
    225 Brinkwork Joseph, wood carver
    227 Turner Mrs Sarah, wardrobe dealer
    227a Russell Edward, looking glass maker
    229 Norman & Taverner, cabinet maker
    231 Seabrook Miss Eliza, ladies outfitter
    233 Calicut George, bookbinders leather seller
    235 Slow Edward, chair & sofa maker
    241 Duke of York, Mrs Ann Robinson
    245 Bishop Mrs Mary Ann, confectioner
    249 Phear Fredk A, looking glass frame maker
    251 Phillips William, hairdresser
    253 Mace James, cabinet maker
    255 Brown George, fried fish dealer
    257 Allen Mrs Emma, ironplate maker
    259 Smith Thomas, cabinet maker
    261 Walsby Joseph, tripe dresser
    267 Ball Thomas, butcher
    271 Lodge John, beer retailer
    275 Taylor & Sandovitch, chair maker
    275 Orange Thomas, cabinet maker
    275 Knowles & Marshall, writing table makers
    275 Barker Richard, cabinet maker
    275 Salton Charles, cabinet maker
    277 Crow George, grindery dealer
    279 Long William, eating house
    283 Stevens Andrew, boot maker

    ... here is Virginia Road ...

    285 Nichols James, chair maker
    287 Stevens Joseph, furniture maker
    289 Barwick Fredk, cabinet maker
    291 Wright Mrs Emma, furniture dealer
    293 Burns Wm & Co, cabinet turners
    295 Rosenberg Ephraim, cabinet maker
    297 Britten Robert, boot manufacturer
    299 Coles Hy Matthew, fret cutter
    301 Klein Morris, upholsterer
    303 Coffin Frederick, cabinet maker
     

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