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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

    Montague Street / Hanbury Street, Spitalfields, East London - a time line.

    The section Hanbury Street running eastwards from Brick lane to Spital Street, in Spitalfields was originally  Montague Street, renamed to New Montague 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, Spitalfields
    16 Knope William Henry, plumber etc
    18 Thomason James, Phoenix Saw Mills
    21 Sykes Wm, mahogany & deal merchant

    .. Spital Street ...

    34 Horne Wm, carpenter & undertaker
    38 Marriott William, optical turner


    1851
    New Montague Street (56 Brick Lane)
    2 Brown William, marine store dealer
    10 Martin Aaron, fur dyer
    12 Oliver S & Son, silk card designers
    13 Sayer Thomas, turncock
    16 Knope William Henry, plumber etc
    18 Thomason James, Phoenix Saw Mills
    19 Taylor Alfred, cane chair maker
    21 Robinson Francis, pork butcher
    24 Skeen Edwin A, mahogany & timber merchant
    26 Tatham Henry, tinplate worker
    30 Gent John, gas fitter
    31 Black Lion, George Tilney
    32 Brown Edw, lath render & coal dealer
    33 Poynton Bernard, cabinet maker
    34 Horne Mrs Mary, carpenter & undertaker


    1856
    New Montague Street, (56 Brick Lane)
    1 Anstiss Henry, chandlers shop
    2 Wood George, marine store dealer
    5 Woolf Henry, enameller & japanner
    8 Morris Edward, brush maker
    10 Martin Aaron, fur dyer
    13 Sayer Thomas, turncock
    18 Thomason James, Phoenix Saw Mills
    19 Taylor Mrs Belinda, cane chair maker
    21 Robinson Francis, butcher
    22 Gage William, hair dresser
    24 Skeen Edwin A, mahogany & timber merchant
    26 Tatham Henry, tinplate worker
    30 Gent John, gas fitter
    31 Black Lion, George Tilney
    32 Brown Edw, lath render & coal dealer
    33 Poynton Bernard, cabinet maker
    35 William John, clothes dealer
    36 Collins Mrs Elizabeth, chandlers shop
    37 Page Charles, cane & cane rib maker




    1869

    New Montague Street NE
    56 Brick Lane, Spitalfields

    2 Wilson John, marine store dealer
    5 Hill Joseph, cooper
    5 Martin Aaron, skin dyer
    5 Warn Zibia, cooper
    8 Morris, Mrs Elizabeth, brush maker
    10 Briggs Henry, furniture japanner
    18 Thomason James, Phoenix saw mills
    21 Fleming Henry, boot maker

    ... here is Preston Street ...

    24 Mercer William, undertaker
    30 Moore John, copper toy maker
    31 Black Lion, Geo Alfred Tilney
    33,34 & 35 Biggs Robert & Joseph, furniture manufacturers
    36 Payne Thomas, grocer
    37 Page Chas, cane & cane rib maker


    1882 - Hanbury Street


    NORTH SIDE
    51 Page Charles, cane manufacturer
    57 & 59 Biggs Rt, deal furniture manufacturers
    63 Black Lion, Miss Kate Tilney
    65 Moore John, copper toy maker
    69 Kearney William, boot maker

    ... here is Spital Street ...


    SOUTH SIDE
    42 Dowler William jun, cap maker
    60 Ash John, chair maker
    80 Feger Franz, pork butcher

    1895

    NORTH SIDE

    45a Edwin Thos James, hoop binder
    55 Franklin Benjamin, boot maker
    59 Biggs Rt, deal furniture manufacturers
    63 Black Lion, Wm Wootton Pidgeon
    65 Jacobs Samuel, tobacconist
    75 Hay Wm R & Co, carmen

    ... here is Spital Street ...

     

    SOUTH SIDE

    ... here is Brick Lane ...

    42 Greenberg Solomon, chandlers shop
    48 Green Lewis, timber merchant
    48 Mallinson Joseph, jewish bookseller
    60 Goodwyn Geo Benj, peel manr
    60 Wolfowitz Woolf, upholsterer
    76 & 173 Tingle, Jacobs & Co, carmen
    80 Feger Mrs Franz, pork butcher

     

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