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

    The middle section of  Hanbury Street running between New Montague Street and Church Street, in Mile End was originally  Wells Street, renamed to Preston Street sometime between 1865 and 1869. This is a time line of this part of Hanbury Street from 1841

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

     

    1841
    Well Street, Mile End New Town

    Bulls Head, Abraham Buckey


    1851
    Bulls Head, Henry Fox
    2 Clark Thomas, dealer in grindery
    4 Buddin William, butcher
    4 Pilley George, oilman
    5 Pickering Robert, turner
    6 Callcut George, leather seller
    7 Graves Richard Henry, grocer
    8 Blackbrow Thomas, greengrocer
    9 Cummins Henry, baker
    10 Critchfield Richard, smith etc
    13 City of Canterbury, Samuel Holdsworth
    23 Jacobs Well, James Howard
    32 Davis Mrs Mary, beer retailer
    37 Ship, Bernard William Menge


     

    1856

    Well Street, Montague Street


    2 Clarke Thomas, dealer in grindery
    4 Pilley George, oilman
    5 Pickering Robert & Son, wood turners
    7 Duncan Samuel, wood turner

    8 Blackrow Thomas, greengrocer
    9 Watson John, wheelwright
    10 Salter George, blacksmith
    11 Fletcher Robert sen, hair dresser
    12 Rodney Charles, chandlers shop
    13 Bulls Head, Henry Fox

    ... here Silver Street intersects ...

    City of Canterbury, John Bamsey
    14 Scoles William, bamboo cane dealer
    15 Manins James, iron dealer

    ... here Lombard Street intersects ...

    5 Harrison Samuel, shoe maker
    22 Field John, furniture broker
    23 Jacobs Well, John Humphreys
    25 Curtis Mrs Sarah, chandlers shop
    37 Ship, Henry Wade
    38 Buck Mrs Mary, chandlers shop
    31 Shufflebotham Charles, shoe maker
    32 Davis Mrs Mary, beer retailer
    33 Papworth James, ginger beer maker
    34 Fullstone John, tailor
    7 Graves Richard Hen, chandlers shop
    6 Boling Frederick, patten & clog manufacturer
    5 Berry Charles, dining rooms
    4 Lat John, chandlers shop
    1 Paffey Samuel, fishmonger

    ... here Samuel Street intersects ...

    9 Stile George, baker
    8 Rudd Thomas, tripe dresser
    7 Woollcott Robert, cap caul maker
    6 Callcut George sen, leather seller
    4 Buddin William, butcher
    3 Platt Thomas, chandlers shop
    1 Clark William, boot & shoe maker


    1869

    Preston Street, Montague Street NE
    Mile End New Town
    1 Taylor Joseph, cane chair maker
    3 Clarke Mrs Ann, dealer in grindery
    7 Box George Alexander
    9 Smith Henry, undertaker
    15 Bureham James, greengrocer
    17 Hatwell Charles, farrier
    23 Weber Kaufman, grocer

    ... here is Silver Street ...

    25 Bulls Head, Thomas Badkin
    31 Newman Mrs Elizabeth, corn dealer

    ... here is Lombard Street ...

    37 City of Canterbury, Chas C Porter
    43 Harrison Samuel, chandlers shop
    41 Jacobs Well, James Brand
    48 Harrison George, shoe maker
    58 Ship, Richard Woodbridge
    56 Crabb Frederick, pickle manufacturer
    42 East Robert, beer retailer
    40 Papworth john R, ginger beer maker
    30 Mornington Edward James, book seller
    24 Cardy Mrs Sarah, chandlers shop

    ... here is Samuel Street ...

    20 Bernet John, baker
    18 Rudd Thomas, tripe dresser
    14 Callent Michael, leather seller
    12 Woollcott Robert, cap caul maker
    8 Hughes John, shoe maker


    1882

    NORTH SIDE

    85 Lamport Miss Eliza, oil warehouse
    87 Smith Henry, undertaker
    93 Burcham George, greengrocer
    95 Raydon Henry William, farrier

    ... here is Silver Street ...

    103 Bulls Head, Arthur Tushaw
    109 Smith John Richard, corn chandler

    ... here is Lombard Street ...

    113 City of Canterbury, Mrs Maria Wade
    125 Swash Robert, coffee rooms
    127 Jacobs Well, George Richard Dixon
    129 Harrison George, bootmaker


    SOUTH SIDE

    82 Fleming Henry, boot maker
    88 Legg George, coffee rooms
    96 Callcutt Michael, leather seller
    100 Rudd Thomas, tripe dresser
    102 Moll John, baker

    ... here is Samuel Street ...

    106 Blumson Wm, chandlers shop
    110 Cummins Daniel & Jas, hat manufacturers
    114 Weinberg Joseph, hair dresser
    120 Curran John, livery stables
    132 Griffiths Wm & James, boot maker
    138 Crabb Frederick, pickle manufacturer
    140 Ship, Frederick Schirmer
     


    1895
     

    NORTH SIDE

    89 Miller Morris, tailor
    93 Cohen Morris, hair dresser
    95 Harris Abraham, chandlers shop
    99 Raydon Henry William, vet surgeon

    ... here is Silver Street ...

    103 Bulls Head, Balthasar Scheerer
    105 Harris Nathan, tailor
    107 Cohen Philip, haberdasher

    ... here is Lombard Street ...

    111 Korobinski Jacob, chandlers shop
    115 Stranger David, machinist
    127 Jacobs Well, John Marvell
    129 Goodman David, pickle maker
     

    SOUTH SIDE

    82 Fleming Henry, boot maker
    86 Berlinski Jacob, chandlers shop
    88 Legg Geo Thornton, coffee rooms
    90 & 92 Griffiths Wm & Jas, boot makers
    94 & 43 Woollcott Robert, hosier
    98 Goldberg Simon, piece broker
    100 Rudd Mrs Lucy, news vendor
    102 Moll John, baker

    ... here is Spelman Street ...

    104 Crook Morris, butcher
    108 Duggin Mrs Mary Ann, marine store dealer
    114 Marchinski Philip, clothes dealer
    116 Levitt Solomon, tobacconist
    120 Curran John, livery stables
    136 Woodman Edwd Hy, greengrocer
    140 Ship, Daniel Gladman
     

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