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    The Hackney 1874 Trade Directory.

    Transcribed by Cathy Edge

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    Radford Hannah (Miss) , ladies' school , 42 Well street
    Rahbula Ferdinand Rahles, professor of music, 11 Queen's terrace, Grove Street road
    Ramsdale Michael Watts, butcher, 142 Mare street
    Rand Henry, fishmonger, 193 Wick road
    Randall Henry George, baker, 142 Victoria Park road
    Randall Jas Henry, tobacconist, 3 Broadway, London fields
    Rawlings Alice (Mrs), oil & color warehouse, 406 Mare street
    Rayner Fanny (Mrs), boot makr, 3 Mariner terrace, Cassland road
    Raynor Louis, who. Boot manufactr, 58 Ash gorve, Mare street
    Read George & Son, drapers, 138 Mare street
    Read Edwin, boot &c manufacturer, 4 Rosemoreland terrace, Grove Street road
    Reading Geo, watch maker & berlin wool reposy, 417 Mare street
    Redding & Makin, braid ma., 50 Sewardstone road. E Old Ford road
    Reden Samuel, baker, 6 Grove terrace Grove street
    Reeland Peter, Royal Standard, 84 Victorial Park road
    Reeves Henry Charles, Lord Nelson, Morning lane
    Reilly James Frederick, surgeon, 68 Victoria Park road
    Reynolds & Sons, coal & coke merchants, 345 Mare street
    Reynolds E & Sons, extract of safflower manufrs, 24 Mare street
    Reynolds Ann Eliza (Mrs), grocer, 206A Wick road
    Rhone & Crabb, earthenware dlrs, 17 Broadway London fields
    Richards Clara A (Mrs), linen draper, 11 Stanley road
    Richards John, grocer, Sewardstone road east, Old Ford road
    Richards John Edward, surgeon, 12 Cassland grove, Cassland road
    Richards Rebecca (Mrs), fancy reposy, 9 Grove terrace Grove road
    Richards William Samuel, corn dealer, 358 & 360 Mare street
    Richardson Elizh (Mrs), draper, 140 Victoria Park road
    Richardson William, Prince of Wales, Bishop's road. Bethnal green
    Rickett John, coal agent, 5 London terrace, London fields
    Riddell Thomas, glass bottle maker, 11 London place, London fields
    Rider Arthur Edward, Horse & Groom, 255 Mare street
    Rider Emma (Mrs), linen draper, 396 Mare street
    Ridgeway Mary (Mrs), milliner, 203 Mare street
    Ridley Benjamin Matthew, cheesemonger, 4 Pritchard's place, Broadway, London fields
    Ridley Henry, umbrella maker, 6 Wick road
    Robbins Charles, baker, 7 Hereford terrace, Cassland road
    Roberts John & Sons, printers, Wallis road, Hackney Wick
    Roberts Joseph, draper, 4 Approach road, Bethnal green
    Roberts William, Clarendon Arms, New Church road
    Roberts William Thomas, Crown, 418 Mare street
    Roberts William Thomas, printer, 374 Mare street
    Robertson William, ironmonger, 372 Mare street
    Robinson Edward George, chemist & druggist, Wick lane
    Robson John, builder, Northumberland wharf, Bishop's road, Bethnal green
    Roger Harriet Ann (Miss), milliner, Morning lane
    Rogers William & Co, India rubber merchants, The Marsh, Gainsboro' road, Hackney Wick
    Rogers John Tucker, pianoforte maker, 8 West st, Mare st
    Rogers William, grocer, 107 Mare st
    Romang Ebenezer, oilman, 98 Wick road
    Roome Thomas, joiner, 160 Well street
    Roper Charles Robert, chemist, 344 Mare street
    Rose George Brewster, oilman, 16 Broadway, London fields
    Rose Joseph, surgeon & deputy inspector of hospitals, 11 Manor terrace, Amhurst road east
    Rose Matthew, silk mercer & general draper, 353, 355 & 357 Mare street & 2,4 & 6 Amhurst road east
    Rose Mary Ann (Mrs), umbrella ma., 29 The Grove, Mare st
    Rose George, greengrocer, 47 Mare street
    Rous Edward, Penshurst Arms, 25 Penshurst road
    Rowe Charles, Old Ship, Grove passage
    Rowland Walter, tobacconist, 5 Duncan place, London fields
    Royle Emily (Mrs), tobacconist, 2 Devon place
    Rudd Benjamin, carpenter & undertaker, 6 Mare street
    Rule James, watch maker, 140 Mare street
    Rusher Eliza (Miss), ladies' school, 7 Manor terrace, Amhurst road east
    Russell Chas. Jesse Watts, carpenter & builder, 8 Mare st
    Russell John, basket maker & chair caner, Morning lane
    Rutter Thomas Lewis, baker, 26 West st, Mare st
    Rutty John, drawing inst. Ma, 2 Gray's ter, Grove Street rd

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