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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.

    Transcribed by Cathy Edge

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    MacDonald Charles Daniel, hair dresser, 215 Well street
    McIntyre Archibald, superintendent of Victoria & Greenwich parks, The Lodge, Approach road, Bethnal green
    Mackay Margaret (Mrs), grocer, 1 Nelson terrace, Park street, Hackney Wick
    Maddix John, toy manufacturer, 6 Shepherd's lane, Homerton
    Mabany Edward Charles, oilman, 41 & 43 Mare street
    Maides Vincent, grocer, 70 Mare street
    Maizey Ebenezer, chemist, 2 Market row, Cassland road
    Manchee Ruth, dress trimming, ma, 85 Approach road, Bethnal green
    Mann Edward, baker, 1 Banner road, Bethnal green
    Mann James, clothier, 247 Well street
    Mann Robert, Pembury tavern, 5 Medina terrace, Dalston lane
    Maples John Henry, whitesmith, Park street, Hackney Wick
    Maples Sarah (Mrs), beer retailer, 235 Well street
    Marfell Richard, linen draper, 276 Mare street
    Marles Jason, printer, 79 Well street
    Marsh Walter, tobacconist, 3 Duncan place, London field
    Marshall John Wm, baker, 4 Medina terrace, Dalston lane
    Martin Richard & Co, blacking & lucifer match manufacturers,, Lansdowne works, Lansdowne road
    Martin John, tailor, West street, Mare street
    Matthew Alfred, yeast merchant, 21 Abery terrace, Darnley road
    Matthews George Walton, Bedford hotel, Wetherell road
    Maxwell David, window blind maker, 9 Duncan place, London fields
    Mayers Henry James, general broker, 5 Mare street
    Mead John, tobacconist, Park street, Hackney Wick
    Meatyard Charles, butcher, 100 Wick road
    Medwin Arthur William, cheesemonger, 127 Broadway & ham & beef dealer, 8 Pritchard's place, London field
    Meen Julia (Mrs), boot maker, 110, Mare street
    Melsheimer Frederick, baker, 154 Well street
    Merrill Henry, oilman, 22 West street, Mare street
    Merry Daniel S, boot maker, 268 Mare street
    Meyer Louis Alfred, baker, 142 Well street
    Michell Edward & Son, brewers, Grove street
    Miles Jas, beer retailer, 3 Pritchard's place, Broadway, London fields
    Miller Rd & Co, drysalters, Duncan road, Duncan square, London fields
    Miller Charles, coal depot, 342 Mare street
    Miller Richard William, watch maker, 167 Wick road
    Miller Robert, builder, George street, Ada street, London fields
    Miller Susannah (Miss), ladies' school, 12 Shore road
    Millman Samuel Edward, trimming manufacturer, 1 Kenton cottages, Kenton road
    Millwood Henry, gas fitter, 4 Ebenezer place, London fields
    Mitchell Charles, hair cutter, 95 Wick road
    Mitchell Hannah (Mrs), paraffin oil warehouse, Morning lane
    Mody & Co, varnish manufacturers, 32 Valentine road, Well street
    Mongers' Almshouses, , Grove street
    Monk Adolphus, draper, 366 Mare street
    Monk Samuel, undertaker & upholsterer, 369 Mare street
    Montgomery Alexander, milliner, 9 Amhurst road east
    Moody & Co, haberdashers, 5 Grove Street road
    Moody Henry, oilman, 118 Wick road
    Moore Henry, coffee rooms, Wick lane
    Morris Frank, stationer & circulating library, 282 Mare street
    Mumford John, dairyman, Park street, Hackney Wick
    Mumford Joseph, greengrocer, 206 Well street
    Munday Maria Ashbridge (Mrs), wine, spirit & bottled beer merchant, 117 Richmond road
    Munsey Harriet Maria (Mrs.), ladies' school, 4 London terrace, London fields
    Murrell John, grocer, 5 Broadway, London fields
    Murrell Joseph, chimney sweeper, West street, Mare street

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