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    Church Street / Hanbury Street, Mile End, East London - a time line.

    The eastern  section of  Hanbury Street  was originally  Church Street. This is a time line of this part of Hanbury Street from 1841

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

     

    1841

    Church Street, Mile End New Town

    Cock & Hoop, John Carter
     Leigh Hoy, Edward Knightly
    Matthews Marmaduke, timber merchant
    Sugar Loaf, Francis Palmer
    1 Middleton William, brick layer etc
    3 Gunton Thomas, oilman
    5 Carter William, watchmaker
    6 Mason Thomas, grocer & tea dealer
    21 Preston Bartholomew, cooper
    93 Benson John, horse hair manufacturer


    1851


    Cock & Hoop, Jethro Viel
    1 Salmon Charles, devonshire dairy
    2 Pit William, cheesemonger
    3 Gunton Thomas Luther, oilman
    4 Clarke James, fruiterer
    5 Champneys Alex Mundell, chemist
    6 Jordan Michael, grocer & tea dealer
    7 Taylor James, haberdasher
    8 Townsend John Thomas, butcher
    13 Smith Benj & Thos W, manufacturing chemists
    13 Smith Benj, house decorator
    21 Preston Bartholomew, cooper
    26  Leigh Hoy, John Chase

    ... here Queen Street intersects ...

    27 Read Edard, harness maker
    28 Perrott Thomas, chair maker
    29 Baylis Henry, cow keeper
    32 Cook Wm, furnishing undertaker
    41 Sugar Loaf, Mrs Fanny Elizh Smith
    44 Field James, grocer
    54 Jeffryes James, furnishing undertaker
        Mile End Town Chapel, Rev William Tyler, minister
    62 Kelly Edward, chandlers shop
    68 Russell Richard, chair maker
    70 Cock George, meat salesman
    71 Rich Charles Hasting, registrar
    78 Donaldson Thomas, baker
    86 Norris Charles, baker
    88 Sarson Wm John, cabinet maker
    89 & 5 Champneys Alex Mundell, sugeon
    93 Benson Thomas, horse hair manufacturer



    1856

    Church Street, Mile End New Town

    1 Salmon Charles, cow keeper
    2 Pit William, cheesemonger
    3 Pitkin James, oilman
    4 Jones John, coal dealer
    5 & 89 Champneys Alex Mundell, surgeon
    6 Jordan Mrs Rosanne, grocer
    7 Hall Thomas Eden,haberdasher
    8 & 9 Townsend John Thomas, butcher

    ... here Deal Street intersects ...

    8 Jones William, marine store dealer
    12 Mansell Alfred, sugar refiner
    21 Preston Bartholomew, cooper
    22 Spelling Thomas, clothes dealer
    26 Leigh Hoy, John Clause

    ... here Queen Street intersects ...

    27 Read Edward, harness maker
    28 Perrott George, chair maker
    29 Baylis Henry, cow keeper
    31 Hickmott John Joseph, saw mills
    32 Cook Wm, furnishing undertaker
    34 Arrowsmith Josiah, french polisher
    35 Blackman Thomas, bedstead maker
    38 Dear Conrad, fur dresser
    40 Rusz Jacob, tailor
    41 Sugar Loaf, James Alfred Hay
    42 Vignes Eugene, tinplate worker
    44 Field James John, chandlers shop
    46 Witte William, chemist
    47 Whiteland Charles, furniture broker
    48 Brookbank Mrs Jane, printer
    49 Barzaghi Charles, bird cage maker
    50 Lowman Thomas, locksmith
    54 Jeffryes James sen, undertaker
    Mile End Town Chapel, Rev William Tyler, minister
    Chapel School, Harry Fielder Noyes, master
    57 Johnson Mrs Esther, hosier
    60 Callard Robert, coal dealer
    61 Field James, collector of rates
    62 Kelly Edward, chandlers shop
    63 Branscomb Mary & Elizabeth, straw hat makers
        Swimming Baths, Marmaduke Matthews, proprietor
    68 Hinks Henry, haberdasher
    70 Cock George, meat salesman
    71 Rich Charles Hastings, registrar
    74 Storer Alexander James, glass cutter
    77 Taylor Mrs Hannah, chandlers shop
    78 Donaldson Thomas, biscuit baker
    80 Normanton Edward, news agent
    84 Hollington Charles, chandlers shop
    85 Cock & Hoop, Joseph Pearce

    ... here Dunk Street intersects ...

    86 Norris Charles, baker
    88 Sarson Wm John, cabinet maker
    89 & 5 Champneys Alex Mundell, sugeon
    91 & 92 Culff George, general dealer
    93 Benson Thomas, horse hair manufacturer


    1869
    Church Street, Mile End New Town

    1 Manins james, old iron dealer
    2 Pitt George, cheesemonger
    3 Darlison John, oilman
    4 Jones John Edward, coal dealer
    5 & 89 Champneys Alexander Mundell, surgeon
    6 Jones David, grocer
    7 Hall Thomas Eden, haberdasher
    8 Wade Alfred, butcher
    12 Dakin & Bryant, sugar refiners

    ... here is Deal Street ...

    21 Isaacs & Sons, pickle merchants
    26 Leigh Hoy, John Claus

    ... here is Queen Street ...

    27 Read Edward, Harness maker
    28 Cash George, ironplate worker
    29 Brown Jonathan, cow keeper
    31 Hickmott john Joseph, saw mills
    34 Birch Mrs Mary, cane dealer
    35 Blackman George, bedstead maker
    43 Baker John, cabinet cornice ma
    44 Bellenger Chas, chandlers shop
    47 Perrott George, chair maker
        Mile End New Town (Congregational) Church
        Chapel School
    59 Ferne Thomas, chandlers shop


    ... here is King Street ...

        Swimming Baths, Wm Willias Pilbrow, proprietor
    62 Satchwell Jonathan, chandlers shop
    69 Cock Mrs Sarah, slaughterer
    70 Field Andrew & Albert, auctioneers & estate agents
    73 Rusz John, tailor
    78 Gelsel Charles, baker

    ... here is King Edward Street ...

    85 Cock & Hoop, Mrs Mary Smoothy

    ... here is Dunk Street ...

    86 Norris Charles, baker
    89 & 5 Champneys Alexander Mundell, surgeon
    93 Percival Walter, horse hair manufacturer


    1882
    NORTH SIDE

    131 Manins Mrs Clarissa, iron merchant
    133 Pitt Geo Wilmott, cheesemonger
    135 Dye Miss Susan, oil warehouse
    137 Jones John Edward, coal dealer
    139 & 150 Champneys Alex M, surgeon
    141 Jones David, grocer
    143 Hall Thomas Eden, haberdasher
    145 Nash Henry, butcher

    ... here is Deal Street ...

    157 Dakin Thos Burns, sugar refiner
    159 Louden Alex, waste paper dealer
    161 Tringham John & Co, oil & color merchants
        Tringham Avila, oil refiner
        Ripley Richard, blue maker
    163 Leigh Hoy, Miss Sarah Tilney

    ... here is Queen Street ...

    165 Nelson George, coffee rooms
    167 Cash George, ironplate worker
    171 Brown Charles, sack maker
    173 Hickmott J J & Son, saw mills
    175 Clogg Henry, boot maker
    181 Blackman George, bedstead maker
        London School Board Public Elementary Schools
    187 Sugar Loaf, James Gray & Son
    189 Vignes Eugene, zinc worker
    195 Hodges Thos Hy, chandlers shop


    SOUTH SIDE

    142 Pecival Walter, horse hair manufacturer
    148 Lord Rev James Henry
    150 & 139 Champneys Alex M, surgeon
    156 Norris Charles, baker

    ... here is Dunk Street ...

    158 Cock & Hoop, Mrs Annie Kuhlke
        St Olave Church

    ... here is King Edward Street ...

    166 Beck George, baker
    182 Field Andrew & Albert, auctioneers
    194 Swimming Baths, Joseph Beach, proprietor
        Mile End New Town Trinity (Congregational) Church
        Infant School



    1895

    NORTH SIDE

    131 Brand James, scrap iron dealer
    135 Cardwell Stephen Francis, oilman
    137 Jones John Edward, coal dealer
    139 Hume David, surgeon
    145 Miller John Wm, cofffee house
    147 Miller John William, carman

    ... here is Deal Street ...

    159 & 161 Salvation Army Industrial Workshops
    163 Leigh Hoy, Edwin Evans

    ... here is Queen Street ...

    165 Hollis Wm, coffee house
    169 Woodham Edwin, bottle manufacturer
    173 & 76 Tingle, Jacobs & Co, carmen
    175 & 177 Clogg Henry, boot maker
    London School Board School
    187 Sugar Loaf, William Grapes
    189 Vignes Eugene, zinc worker
    195 Lipman Aaron, chandlers shop

    SOUTH SIDE

    142 Stevens Geo, horse hair manufacturer
    144 Feldman Hyman, tobacconist
    152 Gould Joseph, hair dresser
    154 Jacobs Jacob, fried fish dealer
    156 Levy Louis, baker

    ... here is Dunk Street ...

    158 Cock & Hoop, Frederick Seaman
        St Olaves Church
        Wall Letter Box

    ... here is King Edward Street ...

    178 Hirshowitz Lewis, boot maker
    182 Field Andrew & Albert, auctioneers
    194 Salvation Army Womens Shelter
    198 Kellick Geo, umbrella repairer

    ... here is Queen Street ...

    206 Cohen Aaron, tobacconist
    208 Greenbaom Charles, tailor

        Mile End New Town Trinity (Congregational) Church
        London School Board School
    224 Welsh Richard & Sarah (Miss), net makers
    226 Pattason Jonathan Thos, coffee house
    230 Vangelder Jonas, green grocer
     

     

     

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