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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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    Page Edward , butcher , 169 Wells street
    Page George, hair dresser, 6 Grove Street road
    Page Henry James, upholsterer, 6 Paragon road
    Pain Robt. Danl., basket maker, 34 Duncan place, London fields
    Paine & Wilson, grammar school, 208 Mare street
    Palmer Charles, grocer, 145 Well street
    Palmer Henry Francis, beer retailer, 6 Pritchard's place, Broadway, London fields
    Palmer John, wardrobe dealer, 5 Morning lane
    Palmer Thos, patent agent, 8 Marion villas Lansdowne road
    Pardo Maurice, dentist, 21 Victoria road, Hackney Wick
    Parish Ernest, fishmonger, 121 Wells street
    Parker Alfred, tobacconists, 160 Victoria Park road
    Parker Thomas, fringe manfctr., Approach road, Bethnal green
    Parker William, upholsterers' trimming manfctrs, 3 Ash grove Mare street
    Parkes William Edward, chemist, 262 Mare street
    Parry Thomas, school, 3 Clarendon villas, Grove street
    Parsons & Co, confectioners, 196 Well street
    Parsons William, butcher, 241 Well street
    Pash Daniel & Co, shoe makers, 287 Mare street
    Payne Thomas, auctioneer, 30 Mare street
    Peacock James, dentist, 3 Kenton cottages, Kenton road
    Peacock William, cricket bat & stump & rope & twine manufacturer, Hackney Wick
    Pearce Richard Henry, Duke of Wellington, Morning lane
    Pearson Chas. Robt., saddler & Harness ma., Morning lane
    Pearson John, hair dresser & tobacconist, 146 Well street
    Peerless Jas. & Co, biscuit bakers, 3 Approach road, Bethnal green
    Pelling Edward, grocer & cheesemonger, Morning lane
    Pelly David, tailor, 2 West street Mare street
    Penny Thomas William, grocer, 256 Wick road
    Pepper Edwin, coffee rooms, 6 Pritchard's place, Broadway, London fields
    Perrey Randall & Zachariah, pawnbrokers, 1 Springfield place, Cassland road
    Perry Elizabeth (Mrs), toy dealer, 231 Well street
    Perry Richard, builder, Coach yard, Well street
    Perry William, coffee rooms, 98 Mare street
    Petifer George, beer retailer, 93 Well street
    Petifer William Henry, grocer, 119 Well street
    Pettet Sl(?) Dan. Taylor, architect, 1 Cawley road, Victoria park
    Pettit Fredk. Wm., watch maker, 24 Malvern cots Cassland road
    Pettit Thomas, Nag's Head, 227 Mare street
    Petty John, hair dresser, 4 Compton terrace Dalston lane
    Phillips Charles, grocer, 2 Wetherell road
    Phillips Elizabeth (Miss), miusic seller, 415 Mare street
    Phillips James, grocer, 120 Well street
    Pickering Joseph, furniture dealer, 136 Well street
    Pike William, beer retailer, 19 Well street
    Pile Edward, stone mason, 168 Mare street
    Pilgrims' Lodge (Miss Emma Plampin, matron), Lime grove, Mare street
    Pitchfork George, Duke of Marlborough, 152 Richmond road
    Pitman Catharine (Miss), ladies' school, 58 King Edward road
    Pitt John, watch maker, 205 Mare street
    Platt Catherine (Mrs), shopkeeper, 19 Mare street
    Pleasance Charles, butcher, 8 Morning lane
    Pocock Emily (Miss), dress maker, 221 Mare street
    Pokey & Smith, haberdashers, 121 Richmond street
    Pond Thomas A., dyer & scourer, Allenby house, Grove street
    Poole Charles, grocer, 270 Mare street
    Pope Frederick, bookseller & stationer, 305 Mare street
    Porter Jas., cabinet manufr, 28 Bower road, Hackney wick
    Potter Cornelia (Mrs), farrier, 4 Princes place Bishop's road, Bethnal green
    Powell Geo, coffee house, 2 Rosemorland terrace, Grove Street road
    Powell Thomas Hildridge, dairyman, 7 Morning lane
    Poyton William, linen draper, 91 Well street
    Prance Caroline (Miss), ladies' school, 5 Francis terrace Wick lane
    Price Robert, grocer, 2 Well street
    Pridham & Co, wholesale valentine makers, 11A Annis road
    Pullham William, carver & gilder, Grove passage The Grove
    Punter Arthur John, timber merchant, 125 Well street
    Punter Arthur John, tobacconist, 179 Well street

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