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    The Hackney 1874 Directory.

    Transcribed by Cathy Edge


    Vick James , poulterer , 361 Mare street
    Vickers Saml., trimming manufr, 7 Bonner road, Bethnal green
    Victoria Metallic Cask & Iron Works Co, engineers, patent, boiler, girder, tank & metallic cask manufacturers, 10 North John street, Liverpool; & Victoria Iron works, White Post lane, Hackney Wick
    Victoria Wine Co (Hughes & Saunders), 380 Mare street
    Vinall Caroline (Miss), Ladies' school, 3 Gray's terrace, Grove Street road
    Vinall John, surgeon, 2 Cassland crescent, Cassland road
    Viney Mrs, Ladies' school, 66 Well street
    Waddington Elizh (Mrs), shopkpr, 16 Sheep lane, London fields
    Wade George, baker, 2 Duncan place, London fields
    Waggett George, who. Boot manufacturer, 40 Mare street
    Wakefield Frank, stationer & fancy repository, 377 Mare street
    Wakefield Geshon, commercial traveller, 13 Cadogan terrace
    Wakinson Isabella (Mrs), Albion, Grove street
    Walduck Eliza (Mrs), cap maker, 35 The Grove, Mare street
    Walker Henry Fowler, master mariner, 3 Mitford crescent, Amhurst road
    Walker James Alfred, grocer, 2 Hereford terrace, Cassland road
    Walker Mary Ann (Miss), ladies' school, 1 Hackney terrace, Cassland road
    Walker Robert Dalzell, tobacconist , Wick lane
    Walker William Newman, surgeon, 20 King Edward road,
    Wallace Richard Unthank, M.B., surgeon, 1 Evering villa, Amhurst road
    Walters Walter, oilman, 187 Mare street
    Ward Edward, marin store dealer, 112 Mare street
    Warland William John, coffee house, Wetherell road
    Warman William Albert, dispensing chemist, 167 Mare street
    Warr William, firework dealer, Grove passage
    Warren F. & Co, coal merchants, Amhurst road
    Warren Frederick Aug., tobbaconist, 8 Grove terrace, Grove street
    Warren James Dixon, oilman, 1 Stanley road
    Waters Frederick Loder, butcher, 177 Mare street
    Waters Rodham John, baker, 115 Richmond road
    Watkins Frederick, beer retailer, 170 Mare street
    Watkinson George W, Duchess of Kent, Morning lane
    Watson Albert, butcher, 7 Stanley road
    Watson Robert Henry, draper, 108 Mare street
    Watson William, beer retailer, 87 Mare street
    Watts Hammond, corn chandler, 18 Wick road
    Weal Richard, florist, 170 Well street
    Webb Samuel, cowkeeper, 1 Twemlow terrace, London fields
    Webb William, baker, 8 West street, Well street
    Webb William James, shopkeeper, Kenton road
    Welch John , shopkeeper & nurseryman, Morning lane
    Weller Emma (Mrs), Plough, Cassland road
    Wells George, carrier, 280 Mare street
    Wells George, pawnbroker, 13 & 14 Duncan place, London fields
    Wernham John, confectioner, 392 Mare street
    Wesson James Frederick, corn dealer, 149 Well street
    West William, professor of music, 24 King Edward road
    Weston & Payne, ivory turners, Duncan square, London fields
    Weston William, baker, 2 Victoria road, Hackney Wick
    Wever Charles, baker, 1 Kenton road
    Wheeler Joseph, painter &c, Loddiges road
    Whelan William, gas fitter, 13 Stanley road
    Whelan James, ironmonger, 242 & 248 Mare street
    Whipps Wm, Johnson, oilman, 15 Duncan place, London fields
    Whitbourne John, solicitor, 32 Darnley crescent, Darnley road
    Whitbread William, dairyman, Coach yard, Well street
    White John W & Co, printing ink manufacturers,, White Post Lane, Hackney Wick,
    White Elizh. (Miss), corn chandler, 5 Devon place, Morning lane
    White Robt. Atkinson, builder, White Post lane, Hackney Wick
    White Wm. jun., grocer &c, White Post lane, Hackney Wick
    White Wm. Snr., brick maker, Wansbeck road, Hackney Wick
    Whitehouse & Hook, cheesemongers, 376 Mare street
    Whiter Jas., clothes' dealer, 8 Duncan place, London fields
    Whitewood Sarah, (Mrs), dress ma,, 8 Hope vils, Cassland road
    Whitfield John, dyer, 4 Duncan place, London fields
    Wicker Richard, florist, 88 Mare street
    Wigley William, boot & shoe maker, Morning lane
    Wildsmith Samuel, butcher, Brookfield road
    Wilkie George Francis, bookseller, 159 Mare street
    Wilkins Ezekiel, greengrocer, 2 Stanley road
    Wilks Rt., watercress grower, White Post lane, Hackney Wick
    Willard Priscilla (Mrs), cheesemonger, 121 Mare street
    Williams Arthur, drpaer, 1 Victoria terrace, Hackney Wick
    Williams Edward Bliss, solicitor, 57 Penshurst road
    Williams Frederick, greengrocer, Victoria terrace, Victoria road
    Williams George, boot maker, 39 The Grove, Mare street
    Williams George, grocer, 15 Broadway, London fields
    Williams R., tailor, 20 Victoria Park road
    William Thomas, boot maker, 368 Mare street
    Willins Dinah (Mrs), tobacconist, 2 Valentine road
    Willis Marmaduke, butcher, 2 Windsor terrace, Cassland road
    Willmet Matilda (Miss), Ladies' school, 33 King Edward road
    Willmott Collis, plumber &c, 9 West street, Mare street
    Wills Augusta (Miss), Ladies' school, 68 King Edward road
    Wills Charles John, hatter, 316 Mare street
    Willson George, furniture dealer, 16 West street. Mare street
    Wilman J., house decorator, 3 London terrace, London fields
    Wilson James Leonard, book cloth manufacturer, White Post lane, Hackney Wick
    Wilson Mary Ann (Mrs), linen draoer, 13 Well street
    Wingrove Elizabeth (Mrs), ironmonger, 299 Mare street
    Wingrove John, cowkeeper, 4 London lane, Mare street
    Winkley Samuel, butcher, 363 Mare street
    Winny Fredk. George, fancy repository, 341 Mare street
    Wood Alfd, grocer, 5 Victoria terrace, Victoria road, Hackney Wick
    Wood Edwin William, boot & shoe maker, 412 Mare street
    Wood Ephraim John , Carpenter, 22 Wick road
    Woodcock James, Ion Arms, 32 Boden place, Andrew's road
    Woodford Edmund, Northumberland Arms, 78 Well street
    Wooding William, builder, 144 Mare street
    Woodman Robert, cheesemonger, 122 Wick road
    Woolgar Hannah (Mrs), haberdasher, 250 Wick road
    Woolster Thomas, greengrocer, 102 Well street
    Worts Thomas, toy dealer, 3 Springfield place, Cassland road
    Wright Eliza & Emily (Misses), milliners, 378 Mare street
    Wright Henry, tailor, 1 Lamb terrace, Lamb lane
    Wright John, Cassland hotel, Grove Street road
    Wright John, fruiterer, 1 Rosemoreland terrace, Grove Street road
    Yerrell Thomas, tripe dresser, Park street, Hackney Wick
    Youens William George, prof. of dancing, 18 St, Thomas's square
    Young Edwin A,, lime & cement merchant, 10 Mare street
    Younghusband Amelia, Caroline & Emily (Misses), Ladies' school, Amhurst college, Mitford crescent, Amhurst road
    Youngman Brothers, grocers, 85 Well street
    Youngman Christopher, cheesemonger, 164 Mare street
    Zoars Wm. Lepld., stick manufr, 10 Bonner road, Bethnal green

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