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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 - G.

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    Gambrill William, butcher, 296 Mare street
    Ganter Eliza (Mrs), stationer, 202 Well street
    Gardner Sarah (Mrs), boot maker, 163 Mare street
    Garner Thomas, provision dealer, 7 Field view, London fields
    Garrett Hy Thos, tailor, 4 Gore terrace, Bishops road, Bethnal Green
    Garwood Henry, ham & tongue dealer, 175 & 416 Mare street; & 52 Bishopsgate street without EC
    Gathercole William Henry, architect, 1 Heasmans terrace, Sewardstone road east, Old Ford road
    Gayton Thomas & Geo, vinegar maker, 3 Brampton road
    Geary William, Warburton Arms, 137 Mare street
    Geaussent James, solicitor, 8 Amhurst road east
    Gee William, beer retailer, Morning lane
    George Henry, oil & color man, 80 Well street
    Gibbons Thomas, china & glass dealer, 3 Morning lane
    Gibbs John, furniture dealer, 5 Well street
    Gibbs Frederick, india rubber surgical instrument maker, 23 Southborough road
    Gibson Richard Henry, fishmonger, 227 Well street
    Gilbert Charles, baker, 76 Well street
    Gilbert Edward, surgeon, 234 Mare street
    Gilbert John, boot maker, 64 Loddiges road
    Giles & Brown, fancy repository, Broadway, Grove street & 3 Grave terrace, Grove street
    Giles Thomas, tailor, Tower street, London fields
    Gill Richard, baker, 76 Well street
    Gilpin Sophia (Mrs), ladies school, 71 King Edward road
    Gladding David, watch maker, 298a Mare street
    Glassborrow Ann Matilda (Mrs), Queen Eleanor, Tower street, London fields
    Glover George J & son, dyers & bleachers, 403 Mare street
    Glover Frederick, dyer & scourer, 99 Mare street
    Glover Henry, grocer, 152 Mare street
    Goaman William, oil & italian warehouse, 129 Mare street
    Goddard Thomas, baker, 139 Mare street
    Godden George, ironmonger, 174 Well street
    Goldfinch & Golding, meat salesmen, White Post lane
    Goldfinch George, butcher, Broadway, Grove street
    Goldsmiths & Jewellers Asylum, Manor road, Well street
    Goldwin Henry, boot maker, 79a Well street
    Goodchild Robert Stephen, chemist, 147 Well street
    Goodwin William & Co, curriers etc, 199 Richmond road
    Goodwin Thomas, leather seller, Morning lane
    Goold Jane Frances (Mrs), grocer, 30 Duncan place, London fields
    Gover Edward, shoe maker, Grove passage
    Grant Frederick, draper, 285 Mare street
    Grant James George, boot & shoe maker, Cassland road
    Grant Julian Gibson, dentist, 362 Mare street
    Grant Robert, draper, 7 Grove terrace, Grove street
    Grant Wm, carver & gilder, 6 Duncan place, London fields
    Graves William, shopkeeper, 4 Mare street
    Gray & son, house agents, 250 Mare street
    Greaves John Thomas, plumber, 3 Stanley road
    Green & Branscombe, linen drapers, 335 & 337 mare street
    Green George, painter & oilman, Morning lane
    Green Henry George, linen draper, 153 Mare street
    Green Mittie (Miss), school, 5 Manor gardens, Amhurst road east
    Greenfield Harvey, Mitford Castle, 62 Francis terrace, Wick lane
    Greenwood Charles, oilman, 3 Gainsborough road
    Greenwood John, oilman, Windsor terrace, Cassland road
    Greenwood John, shopkeeper, Broadway, Grove street
    Greest Alfred, pork butcher, 95 Well street
    Gregory Martha (Mrs), ladies school, 196 Richmond road
    Gresham George, glass cutter, Morning lane
    Gresham Thomas, plumber & glazier, Kenton road
    Griffin Henry, cowkeeper, 13 Paradise place, Darnley road
    Griffiths & Com pitch, tar, creosote & varnish manufacturers, White Post lane, Hackney Wick
    Griggs William, hair dresser, 115 Well street
    Grist William Cook, confectioner, 405 mare street
    Grounds Thomas David, chemist, 336 mare street
    Grummer Mary Ann (Mrs), linen draper, 90 Well street
    Gurney Thomas, cabinet maker, 10 Duncan place, London fields


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