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    The Hackney 1874 Trade Directory.

    Transcribed by Cathy Edge

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    Jackson Frederick, upholsterer, 3 Grove Street road
    Jackson John, butcher, 312 & 314 Mare Street
    Jackson Thomas, marine store dealer, Cassland road
    Jacob Thomas, grocer, 306 Mare street
    James George, photographer, 289 Mare street
    James Miss, ladies school, 56 Eleanor road north
    James Water & Co, grocers, 45a Mare Street
    Jarrett Richard William, harmonium manufacturer. 82 Well street
    Jarrett Wm Rd, pianoforte maker, 8 Duncan square, London Fields
    Jarvis Charles, shopkeeper, Morning lane
    Jarvis John, boot maker, 188 Mare street
    Jarvis John, tobacconist, 120 Mare street
    Jarvis Samuel Stanley, jun , coal merchant , 45 Penshurst road
    Jay John Matthews, shoe maker, 128 Well street
    Jay Joseph, upholsterer & undertaker, 365 Mare street
    Jefferd Edward, linen draper, 208 Well street
    Jelley Thomas William, fancy repository, 274 Mare street
    Jenkins Richard, carpenter, Morning lane
    Jennings William, Boot & shoe maker, 27 Mare street
    Jennings William, wheelwright, Morning lane
    Jews' Almshouses, , London fields
    Jews' Cemetary, , Grove street
    Johns Joseph, tailor, 6 Princes place, Bishop's road, Bethnal green
    Johnson Charles Booth, Boot & shoe maker, 10 Stanley road
    Johnson Edward, ironmonger, 414 Mare street
    Johnson James Henry, Prince Edward, 97 Wick road
    Johnson John, surveyor, district surveyor's office, 32 Frampton Park road
    Johnson Wm, tripe dealers, 11 Pritchard's place, Broadway, London fields
    Johnson Wm, tripe dresser, White Post Iane, Hackney Wick
    Johnstone Robert, vegetable spirit & Frankfort black manufacturer, Wick lane, Old Ford
    Jones Benjamin, grocer &c, 3 Market row, Cassland road
    Jones Edward, carpenter, 1 Union row, Morning lane
    Jones Edward Yates, coach builder, 257 Mare street
    Jones Henry William, watch maker, 349 Mare street
    Jones Jenkin, dairyman, 5 West street, Well street
    Jones John, greengrocer, 11 Broadway, London fields
    Jones Richard, Earl Amhurst, 10 Amhurst road east
    Jones Richard, grocer, 214 Well street
    Jones Samuel, boot maker, 85 Mare street
    Jones Thomas, tailor, 5 Approach road, Bethnal green
    Jones William Henry, coal merchant, West street, Mare street
    Jordan Richard, marine store dealer, Park street, Hackney wick
    Jory John, brass finisher, 4 Marine terrace. Cassland road
    Joyce Dinah (Mrs), stay & belt maker, 93 Mare street

     

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