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    The Hackney 1874 Trade Directory.

    Transcribed by Cathy Edge

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    Keay William, eating house, 176 Well street
    Keens John, picture frame maker, 192s Mare street
    Kelly Thomas Fitzroy, builder, 138 Victoria Park road
    Kelly William, Sir Walter Scott, 1 Pritchard's place, Broadway, London fields
    Kelsey Charles Thomas, butcher, 6 Market Row, Cassland road
    Kemp Charles , jeweller & watch maker, 301 Mare street
    Kempster Mary Ann & Jemima (Misses), milliners, 303 Mare street
    Kendall Samuel, cooper, 28 The Grove, Mare street
    Kendall Thomas, livery stables, Amhurst road east
    Kennedy Henry, dairyman, 24 Hedges terrace, Cassland road
    Kennett Land, grocer, 290 Mare street & 1 Morning lane
    Kerton Hannah (Mrs), stationer & news agent, 29 Mare street
    Kerton William, news agent, 157 Well street
    Kettle Edward, boot maker, 5 West street, Well street
    Kew Samuel, cowkeeper, 1 Grove terrace, Grove street
    Keys Henry, haberdasher, 6 Field view, London Fields
    Kibbler Richard Commander, surgeon, 134 Mare street
    Kilsby James, corn & flour dealer, 116 Well street
    Kilsby William John, butcher, Park street, Hackney wick
    King Charles, butcher, 399 Mare street
    King Chas. Seamer, beer retailer & tailor, West street, Mare street
    King John, grocer, 221 Well street
    King Thomas, Two Black Boys, 171 Well street
    King William Grimwood, physician, 60 King Edward road
    King William Talbot, surgeon, 74 Victoria Park road
    Kitteridge George, bagatelle table maker, 81 Wick road
    Kitteridge R. Hill, bagatelle board maker, Kenton road
    Klamm Francis Andrew, boot maker, 5 Eleanor road north
    Knight G J & Sons, boarding school, Eglinton house Grove street
    Knight Geo, china & glass warehouse, 8 Amhurst road east
    Kobett Eleanor (Miss), milliner, 288 Mare street

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