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    Browns Lane / Hanbury Street, Whitechapel, East London - a time line.

    The western end of Hanbury Street, in Whitechapel was originally  Browns Lane. This is a time line of this part of Hanbury Street from 1841

    Browns Lane , Montague Street , Wells Street / Preston Street , Church Street

     

    Browns Lane, Spitalfields [later Hanbury Street]


    1841
    1 Fryer Richd, machinist & mangle ma
    4 Hawgood William, pawnbroker
    8 Gooze T, carpenter & machinist
    8 Labram Jas, appraiser & estate agent
    10 Crook Samuel, hat manufacturer
    11 Jones John, sewing cotton manufacturer
    12 Connew Reginald, brick layer etc
    13 Taylor Francis, silk manufacturer
    15 Walker William, pewterer
    17 Attwell Robert & Son, butcher
    23 Pursell James, butcher
    29 Weavers Arms, Abia Butfoy
    30 Fremont Miss Harriett S, stationer
    34 Tolley John, builder & brick layer



    1851

    ... here Wood Street intersects ...

    8 Goozee Thomas, machinist
        Jireth Wesleyan Chapel
    11 Ogers Luke Benj, sewing cotton man & painter & glazier
    13 Bagg David, silk, satin etc dresser
    14 Bridges John, shawl fringer
    15 Walker Wm & Co, pewterers etc
    17 Attwell Robert Finnis, butcher
    18 Edwards James, cheesemonger
    19 Lewis Rees, cowkeeper & dairyman
    21 Dalton Edward, whip maker
    26 Black Swan, George Evans
    27 Heather Jas Thos, packing case maker
    29 Weavers Arms, Thomas Stewart
    30 Fremont Miss Anne Amos, stationer
    31 Nicholson John, rag merchant
    33 Cash George, hair dresser
    35 Jacobs Mark, cap maker
    36 Neill Thomas, chandlers shop

    ... here Corbets Court intersects ...


    1856
    5 Reis George, chandlers shop
    6 Johnson James, beer retailer
    7 Hanks William, lard refiner

    ... here Wood Street intersects ...

    8 Cooke William
        Jireh Wesleyan Chapel
    10 Bloxam Thomas, umbrella & stick maker
    12 Langmead Wm Westbrook, carpenter
    13 Bagg David, silk, satin etc dresser
    14 Bridges John, shawl fringer
    16 Wagstaff James, watch maker
    17 Attwell Robert Finnis, butcher
    18 Edwards James, cheesemonger
    19 Lewis Rees, cowkeeper & dairyman

    ... here Barbers Yard intersects ...

    21 Mansfield Thomas, umbrella maker
    22 Pepperell Mrs Honor, green grocer
    23 Hertz Morris, cloth cap maker
    25 Steward Miss Mary, milliner
    26 Black Swan, Thomas Burns
    27 Heather Jas Thos, packing case maker
    28 Telfer James Geo, china & glass warehouse
    29 Weavers Arms, John Fredk Edwards

    ... here John Street intersects ...

    30 Priest John Ebenezer, last maker
    31 Hankins James, marine store dealer
    30 1/2 Brown James Pickford, gas fitter
    32 Cormack Thomas, boot maker
    33 Isaacson Samuel, tinplate worker
    34 Peaker George, farrier
    35 Jacobs Mark, cap maker
    36 Neill Thomas, chandlers shop

    ... here Corbets Court intersects ...


    1869
    1 Harry George, coffee rooms
    2 Loeber William, baker
    3 Pitman Charles, grocer
    4 Lickfold Henry, cheesemonger
        Loebe & Miss Eliza, haberdasher
    6 Jacobs & Son, cap makers
    7 Miss Burdett Coutts Sewing School, John Sapsfoes, manager

    ... here is Wood Street ...

        United Methodist Free Church
    9 Cohen Solomon, tailor
    9 Cohen, Weenen & Co, cigar manufacturers
    10 Solomons Emanuel & Co, cigar manufacturers
    11 Jackson John, chair maker
    12 Langmead James, carpenter
    13 Bagg Davis, silk etc dresser
    14 Bridges John, shawl fringer
    17 Attwell Romeo Theodore, butcher
    18 Edwards James, cheesemonger
    19 Williams Mrs Elizabeth, cow keeper

    ... here is Barbers Yard ...

    21 Brockman Mrs Sarah, fur skin dresser
    25 Steward Miss Mary, milliner
    26 Black Swan, Michl Ullmer jun
    27 Heather James Thomas, joiner
    18 Telfer Jas Geo, china & glass wa
    29 Weavers Arms, Painter & Gerrard

    ... here is John Street ...

    30 Matthews Hen, brace & belt ma
    31 1/2 Windell Jas, carpenter & beer retailer
    31 Moore Stephen, marine store dealer
    33 Isaacson Samuel, tinplate worker
    34 Johnson Charles, vet surgeon
    36 Neill Thomas, dairyman

    ... here is Corbetts Court ...



    1882

    South Side

    2 Smith George, coffee rooms
    4 Loeber William, baker
    6 Rhoades Fred, grocer
    8 Nalson Thomas, cheesemonger
    12 Franklin Joseph, boot manufacturer
    14 Dates George, coffee rooms
    16 Coutts (Baroness Burdett) Sewing School
            John Sapsford, man
        Brown Edward, architect

    ... here is Wood Street ...

        United Methodist Free Church
    24 & 26 Cohen Wench & Co, cigar mas
    28 & 30 Sowerbutts Wm Frederick, walking stick manufacturer
    26 Arnold James, coach builder

    ... here is Brick Lane ...


    NORTH SIDE
    3 Page Joseph William, sign writer
    5 Adams Alfred, farrier
    7 Isaacson Samuel, tinplate worker
    9 Weinberg Joseph, hair dresser
    11 Farrell Thomas, marine store dealer
    13 Moore Stephen, cutler
    15 Matthews H & Sons, brace makers

    ... here is John Street ...

    17 Weavers Arms, John H Chapman
    21 Heather James Thomas, joiner
    23 Black Swan, Edward Tilney
    33 Joel Henry & Co, slipper manufacturers
    37 Williams Morgan, cow keeper

    ... here is Barbers Yard ...

    39 Edwards Jas & Son, cheesemonger

    ... here is Brick Lane ...

     

    1895

    South Side

    2 Cox James, coffee rooms
    4 Stephens William, baker
    6 Field William, grocer
    8 Nalson Thomas, cheesemonger
    10 Buckley Alfred, harness maker
        Pearson William Henry, house decorator (Pecks Yard)
    12 Weintrop Wollf, chandlers shop
    14 Rosenthal Barnett, rag merchant
    16 Blennerhassett Miss Mary, clothier

    ... here is Wilkes Street ...

    18 Abrahams Barnet, waterproof clothing maker
        Christ Church Spitalfields Working Mens Club
        United Methodist Free Church
    24 & 26 Cohen Weenan & Co, cigar mas
    28 Goodman Woolf, cap maker
    30 Sowerbutts Wm Frederick, stick manufacturer
    32 Herson Joseph, grocer
    36 London W F & Co, builders

    ... here is Brick Lane ...

    NORTH SIDE

    1 Brown Nathan, hair dresser
    3 Pearce Geo, coffee rooms
    5 Adams M & Son, farriers
    7 Isaacson Ambrose, tinplate worker
    9 Weinberg Harris, hair dresser
    11 Harris Simon, marine store dealer
    13 Moore Stephen, cutler

    ... here is Wilkes Street ...

    17 Weavers Arms, Edmund Farrow
    21 Heather Jas Thomas, cigar box maker
    23 Black Swan, Michael Lipman
    25 Goldberg Solomon, dining rooms
    27 Abrahams Morris, who clothier
    29 Modlin Morris, hair dresser
    31 Lightstone Isaac, woollen warehouseman
    33 Schuman Jacob, chandlers shop
    35 Marco Morris, gas fitter
        Blackett Geo & Co, skein silk dyers (Barbers Yard)
    37 Felix David, cow keeper
    39 Simons Lewis, tailor
    41 Pitman Edwin, news agent
    43 & 94 Woollcott Robert, hosier

    ... here is Brick Lane ...
     


    And Last updated on: Saturday, 01-Apr-2017 12:52:32 BST