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    Search the historical London street directory, and London pub history site including early street addresses in London through the Victorian pub history of London. This search engine is broken, try address searches in the main google search to get better results. OR visit the London pub history directory index pages to which I am rapidly adding links

    The Hackney 1874 Trade Directory - A.

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    Abell Wm, trimming manufacturer, 48 Sewardstone road east, Ford road
    Acaster William, beer retailer, 4 Wick road
    Adams George, linen draper, 138 Well street
    Addy George, baker, Victoria terrace, Victoria road, Hackney Wick
    Adkin Fredk, shopkeeper, 5 Medina place, Sheep lane, London fields
    Ainsworth George, baker, 6 West street, Mare street
    Akam Alfred, cooper, 14 Nelson terrace, Morning lane
    Akerman John, coffee rooms, Grove place
    Akerman John, livery stables, Paragon road
    Alabone Edwin George, physician, 151 Richmond road
    Alesbury William, oilman, 1 Valentine road
    Alexander Alfred & Sons, clothiers, 107 & 109 Well street
    Allen Fredk, Royal Edward, 74 Mare street
    Amy Nathaniel, estate agent, 127 Victoria Park road
    Andrew Sarah Elizabeth (Miss), ladies school, 19 & 20 Medina villas, Dalston lane
    Anglis Penelope (Mrs), toy dealer, 384 Mare street
    Appleton Henry, surgeon, 155 Mare street
    Arkell John, boot & shoe maker, Broadway, Grove street
    Arkell John, boot maker, 2 Grove terrace, Grove street
    Arlidge Mary Ann (Mrs), ironmonger, 15 Well street
    Armstrong Elizabeth (Mrs), toy dealer, 11 Well street
    Arnold Ebenezer, printer, 10 London place, London fields
    Arrowsmith Eliza (Miss), furniture dealer, 164 Well street
    Ashby john Robert, baker, 127 Well street
    Ashburner Joseph James, tooth brush manufacturer, 14 Princes terrace, Bonner road, Bethnal Green
    Ashton Edmund, house decorator, Wetherell road
    Atkins William, cab proprietor, Aspland grove, Amhurst road east
    Atkinson David, baker, 220 Wick road
    Atkinson Francis Henry, tent maker & corn chandler, Morning lane
    Attwell Thomas, butcher, 130 Wick road
    Austin & Son, tailors, Frampton house, 77 Well street
    Austin Cornelius Howard, draper, 2 Amhurst road east
    Axtens John, linen draper, silk mercer, hosier etc, 371 & 373 mare Street
    Ayliffe George, boot maker. 89 Well street

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