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    The Hackney 1874 Trade Directory - HI.

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    Hackney College (Rev Samuel McAll, principal; Rev George Lyon Turner, M.A. professor of classics & hebrew; Edward Liddell, mathematical lecturer), 110 West street
    Hackney District Surveyors Office (John Johnson, surveyor), 32 Frampton Park road
    Hackney Literary & Scientific Instuitution (John R Bowden, hon sec), Mare street
    Hackney Office for Registration of Births, Deaths & Marriages (Hackney District) (John Godwin, superintendent registrar), Old Town hall, Mare street
    Hackney Savings Bank (David Craven, actuary), Old Town hall, Mare street
    Hackney Working Mens Institute (James Lowe, sec), 6 West Street, Mare street
    Hacon Edward Dennis, surgeon, 249 Mare street
    Hadler Lewis Wm, bookbinder, 5 Twemlow terrace, London Fields
    Halford Robert, furniture dealer, 6 Twemlow terrace, London Fields
    William Halford, auctioneer, 8 Twemlow terrace, London Fields
    Hall Charles, professor of dancing, 111 Mare street
    Hall Edgar, Homeopathic surgeon, 19 Victoria Park road
    Hall Edward, boot & shoe maker, 3 Mare street
    Hall James, coffee rooms, 25 West street, Mare street
    Hall John, Baker, 370 Mare street
    Hall Nathaniel, beer retailer, West street, Well Street
    Hall Thomas, grocer & oilman, 13 Chesterford terrace, Stanley road
    Hallett Samuel Henry, fishmonger, 340 Mare street
    Hammon William Henry, tailor, 107a Mare street
    Hanna Robert Henry, grocer & cheesemonger, 1 Mariner terrace, Cassland road
    Hardisty Sarah (Mrs), shopkeeper, Windsor road, White Post lane
    Hardwick John house etc agent, 3 Eaton terrace, Grove street road
    Harle Eyra, surgeon, 4 Norfolk terrace, Darnley road
    Harling Joseph William, solicitor, 11 Manor gardens, Amhurst road east
    Harling William Henry, mathematical drawing instrument maker, 9 London place, London fields
    Harlock David, livery stables, 315 Mare street
    Harris Berryman, cheesemonger & poulterer, 300 Mare street
    Harris James, coal merchant, 4 Park cottages, Grove street
    Harris John, beer retailer, 160 Mare street
    Harris John, veterinary surgeon & farrier, 392 mare street
    Harris Michael, surgeon, 1 Darnley crescent, Darnley road
    Harris Robert, surgeon, 1 Darnley crescent, Darnley road
    Harrison Elizabeth (Mrs), crape dresser, 185 Well street
    Harrison George, plumber, 11 The Grove, Mare street
    Harry William, family grocer, cheesemonger & provision dealer, Tower street, London fields
    Hartshorne B, linen draper, 133 Mare street
    Harvell Ebenezer James, oilman, 232 Mare street
    Harverson John, plumber, 10 Well street
    Harvey Richard Merritt, dyer, 132 Well street
    Harwood William & Son, builders, 116 mare street
    Harwood William, china & glass dealer, 118 Mare street
    Hassall Thomas, baker, 33 Mare street
    Hastings Miss, ladies school, 3 The Grove, Mare street
    Hawes James, undertaker, 249 Well street
    Hawkes Benjamin, umbrella maker, 304 Mare street
    Hawkins Caroline Mrs, laundress, Grove house, Grove passage
    Haydon William, greengrocer, 4 Field view, London fields
    Haynes Samuel James, hair dresser, Grove place
    Haysman Wenteelas, cabinet maker, 9 Grove street road
    Haywood & Hopkins, button manufacturers, Hepscott road, Hackney Wick
    Heaps Joseph, greengrocer & fishmonger, 3 West street, Mare street
    Heathcote Emily (Miss), ladies school, Wilton house, Tudor road
    Hebert Lydia C (Mrs), toy dealer, 5 Amhurst road east
    Hedge Charles, fruiterer, 284 Mare street
    Hendy John Lawrence, linen draper, 228 & 230 Wells street
    Herbert John, grocer, 21 West street, Mare street
    Herring James, furniture dealer, 2 Ebenezer place, London fields
    Hews John, boot & shoe maker, Cassland road
    Hickey John, beer retailer, 298 Mare street
    Hicks George Borlase, M.D. physician, 8 Mitford crescent
    Hill George, cabinet maker, 135 Well street
    Hill George, tailor, 367 Mare street
    Hill James, tea dealer, 188 Well street
    Hilton James Earhart, linen draper, 91 Mare street
    Hind John, dentist, 36 Well street
    Hind George, dyer, 1 Market row, Cassland road
    Hipgrave Elizabeth (Mrs), Marion Arms, Lansdowne road
    Hitchman George, butcher, 153 Well street
    Hobbs Charles D, ironmonger, 154 Victoria Park road
    Hobson Katharine (Mrs), milliner, 198 Mare street
    Hockaday Henry, greengrocer, 146 Victoria Park road
    Hodgkinson George Arthur, chemist, 1 Amhurst road east
    Hodgson Robert, linen draper, 407 Mare street
    Hodsoll Ambrose E, gas fitter, 316a Mare street
    Hoggard John, beer retailer, White Post Lane, Hackney Wick
    Holder William, ladies outfitter, 3 Windsor terrace, Cassland road
    Holdsworth Henry John, plumber, 2 Morning lane
    Hole Henry, greengrocer, 17 Duncan place, London fields
    Holland & Brangwin, ironmongers, 150 & 260 Mare street
    Holland Eliza (Mrs), shopkeeper, 83 Wick road
    Holland Sophia (Mrs), furniture dealer, 148 Well street
    Holloway Emily (Miss), shopkeeper, Park street, Hackney Wick
    Holmes James, coffee rooms, Grove street
    Holmes William, nursery & seedsman, Frampton Park road
    Holmesby Peter, cheesemonger, 213 Mare street
    Holtham William & Son, tailors, 322 Mare street
    Holton James, coffee rooms, 10 Morning lane
    Homer Brothers, publicans, 165 Mare street
    Homer Alfred, Three Mariners, Cassland road
    Homer Edward Charles, civil engineer, 3 Napier terrace, Dalston lane
    Hooper Robert, shopkeeper, 10 Medina place, Sheep lane, London fields
    Horlock William, bell hanger, Morning lane
    Horsley Wm rope & twine manufacturer, White Post lane
    Hough Catherine (Miss), ladies school, 3 Portland terrace, Grove street
    Houghton Mary Ann (Mrs), milliner & furrier, 309 Mare street
    Houghton Thomas, upholsterer, 3 Devon place, Morning lane
    Houlston John, Lea Tavern, White Post lane
    House James, tailor, 115 Mare street
    Howe William, gas fitter, 114 Well street
    Howard George, boor maker, 328 Mare street
    Howard William Tullett, solicitor, clerk to the guardians & superintendent registrar, Bishops road, Bethnal Green
    Hubbard John, dyer etc, 169 Mare street
    Hudson Francis Mead, cheesemonger, 330 Mare street
    Hudson Thomas, baker, 297 Mare street
    Hudson William Horatio, plumber, Morning lane
    Hughes Frederick, marine store dealer, 130 Well street
    Hughes William, braid maker, 1 Church terrace, Bonner road, Bethnal Green
    Hughes William, shopkeeper, 10 Wick road
    Hunt Edward, tea & wine & spirit merchant, 4 Pritchards place, Broadway, London fields
    Hunt John, butcher, 5 West street, Mare street
    Hurlock John, fishmonger, 104 Well street
    Hurst Charles Thomas, baker, 6 Well street
    Hutt David, Three Cranes, 359 Mare street
    Hutt William, linen draper, 9 Broadway, London fields
    Hyde & Wood, laundry, 111 Well street
    Hynam John, chemical light manufacturer, Wick lane, Old Ford

    Ibbetson James, grocer, 389 Mare street
    Ibllee & Horne, printing ink manufacturers, White Post lane, Hackney Wick
    Imperial Gas, Light & Coke Co (district office) (henry William Carter, inspector), 130 Mare street
    Ingram Henry St John, architect, 33 Victoria Park road
    Inland Revenue Office (John Carter Colquhon, surveyor of taxes), Amhurst road east
    Institute for Destitute Orphan Girls (Mrs Mary Ann parsons, superintendant), Chatham place west
    Ison George, florist, Archway nursery, Shore road


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