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    Greenwich, Greenwich

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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    Greenwich, Greenwich

    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    GREENWICH is a large town and borough, on the south bank of the Thames,  ...

    Public Houses in Greenwich

    Gentry in 1858
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    Traders in Melvilles 1858 Trade Directory by surname

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    Traders in Melvilles 1858 Trade Directory

    Carthar, Charles Joseph, solicitor, coroner for Kent, secretary and solicitor to the Royal Kent Dispensary, Thornton row
    Cattarns, Richard, solicitor, Thornton row, office, Mark lane, London
    Cawthorn, John, news agent, Church street
    Cawthorne, P., tailor, East street
    Challis, William, plumber, Church street
    Challis and Son, oilmen, Church street
    Chamberlin, Charles, butcher, Church street
    Chandler, Dennis, Two Brewers, Church street
    Chapman, Frederick W., solicitor's clerk, Egerton road
    Chapman, Miss Ann, milliner, Turnpin lane, Greenwich market
    Cheeseman, William Henry, coffee house, painter and paper hanger, Greenwich market
    Cheeseman, William Henry, paper hanger, Little George street
    Cherry, Ebenezer, hosier, glove and shirt maker, London street
    Cherry, Mrs., Berlip and fancy repository, haberdasher, etc.,  London street
    Chillcott, Mrs. Phoebe, milliner, Stockwell street
    Church, John and Henry, boot and shoe manufacturers, Nelson street
    Clark, Frederick, draper, Nelson street
    Clarke, Robert Whitmore, surgeon, R.N., Laurel place, South street
    Clause, Mrs. Ann Maria, cheesemonger, Stockwell street
    Clayton, Charles, carpenter, Greenwich road
    Clifford, Abraham, news agent and bookseller, London street
    Clock, Jacob, pork butcher, Church street
    Clubb, Thomas Stace, Duke of Kent, Royal hill row
    Coast, John Edward, carman, Field's yard, Billingsgate street
    Cobbett and Co., general house furnishers and carpet manufacturers, Deptford bridge
    Colbey, Edmund, grocer, etc., Greenwich road
    Cookie, Henry F., oil and Italian warehouse, Blackheath hill
    Codling, Thomas, fishmonger, Greenwich market
    Coldridge, Charles, shopkeeper, Morden street
    Cole, Robert, Fox, Union street
    Cole, William, bootmaker, shop, Birchin lane, London, h Brand street
    Coleman, Henry, smith, Guilford road
    Coles, Child, and Co., coke burners and brickmakers, East Greenwich
    Collard, Edmund Clement, apartments, Upper George street
    Collier, William, fruit pie house, Church street
    Colling, Mrs. Lucy, apartments, Royal hill
    Collin, John, turner, London street
    Collins, John, wood dealer, Bath street
    Collis, James, butcher, Trafalgar road
    Collis, Mrs. Jane, butcher, Greenwich market
    Colsell, John, milliner, London street
    Coltman, Robert Jackson, shoemaker, Royal hill
    Comfort, Gilbert, boot maker, Lewisham road, Blackheath hill
    Connon, Charles Walker, schoolmaster to Greenwich hospital, Circus street, Royal hill
    Constable, Mrs. Sophia, apartments, Upper George street
    Cook, Henry, merchant's clerk, Croom's hill
    Cook, Edward, shopkeeper, Blisset street
    Cook, Mr. and Mrs., professors of music and singing, Hyde vale
    Cook, David Richard, Olive Branch, Orchard hill
    Cook, John, White Swan Inn, Greenwich road
    Cooney, Edward, boot and shoe maker, Billingsgate street
    Cooper, Alfred, stationer, Trafalgar road
    Cooper, George A., linen draper, Trafalgar road
    Cooper, Abraham, shopkeeper, Cold Bath street
    Cooper, John, furnishing broker, Bridge street
    Cooper, James, coffee and dining rooms, White Bait House, Silver street
    Coppen, Miss, milliner and dressmaker, Goss place, Greenwich road
    Corbett, J., boat builder, Wood wharf
    Corder, Frederick John, maltster, Hope wharf, Greenwich road, and at Blackheath, h Egerton road
    Corston, Charles, bootmaker, North terrace, Woolwich road
    Cottrell, Alfred, tailor, etc., Commercial place, Lewisham road
    Cottrell, William, saddler, Clarence street
    Couchman, _, auctioneer, etc., Blackheath hill, Lewisham
    Couldery, Edmund, Penn House establishment for young gentlemen, Lewisham road
    Couldery, William Andrew, butcher, Pearson street
    Couldery, Frederick, butcher, Blackheath hill
    Couldery, William, butcher, Blackheath hill
    Coulson, Alfred, greengrocer, Church street
    Coulson, Stephen, fishmonger, Deptford bridge
    Coulter, John, boot and shoe maker, Horse ferry road
    Court, De la, Mrs., ladies' school, Morden grove, Lewisham road
    Coussens, John, tobacconist, Bear lane
    Cowling, Mrs., dressmaker, George street, Croom's hill
    Cownden, Charles William, shipwright, East Greenwich
    Cowell, George, dyer, Church street
    Cox, James, builder, etc., Brand street
    Cox, Robert, clerk to South Eastern Railway Company, Ashburnham grove
    Coyfe, Thomas, confectioner, Deptford bridge
    Crane, John William, marine store dealer, Blackheath hill
    Crane, Charles, parish clerk, and agent to London Assurance Fire and Life Office, Burney street
    Crathern, George F., linen draper, Trafalgar road
    Craven, Richard, apartments, Upper George street
    Crawford, Matthew, confectioner, Nelson street
    Creaton, Miss Mary Ann, Berlin wool and fancy repository, Holwell place, Blackheath road
    Crew, William, baker, Union street
    Crew, Mrs. Susan, apartments, Ashburnham grove
    Crockford, William Henry .printer, Blackheath road
    Crocker, Lewis T., jeweller, silversmith, and cutler, Nelson street
    Croft, David, North Pole, Greenwich road
    Crombie, George D., London City missionary, Maidenstone hill
    Croney, Joseph, baker, Bridge street
    Cronk, Richard, boot and shoe maker, Church passage
    Cross, James Burton, Duke of York, Lewisham road
    Cross, John, day school, Blue stile, Greenwich road
    Crossley, Thomas, pawnbroker, Blackheath hill
    Crow, James, fishmonger and poulterer, Turnpin lane
    Crowder, Daniel, glass and china dealer, Greenwich market
    Cubitt, Thomas, Red Lion, Greenwich road
    Cucksey, Miss Mary Ann, day school for young ladies, Wellington terrace, Greenwich road
    Culmore, John, marine store dealer, Straight's mouth
    Culpin, Thomas, engineer and machinist, Royal hill
    Currans, James, linen and woollen draper, Goss plape, Greenwich road
    Cummin, John Henry, carpenter and joiner, Greenwich road
    Dadd, Isaac George, tobacconist, Greenwich road
    Danby, John William, umbrella maker, Blackheath road
    Dannatt, George, cheesemonger, Nelson street
    David, Valentine, saddler and harness maker, Deptford bridge
    Davies, John, corn dealer, Trafalgar road
    Davis, Thomas, furrier and photographic artist, Royal hill
    Davis, Mrs. Ellen, infant day school, George street, Croom's hill
    Davis, Benjamin, boot and shoe maker, Church street
    Davison, Septimus, solicitor, Croom's hill
    Dawson, George, baker and shopkeeper, Royal hill road
    Day, George, chemist, Blackheath hill
    Day, John, shopkeeper, Ravensbourne street
    Day, Mrs. Emily Rebecca, shopkeeper, Greenwich road
    Deal, Joseph, coal merchant, St. Mary's place, Greenwich road
    Deal, Edward, general dealer, Queen's place, Blackheath road
    Death, John Joseph, baker, Orchard hill
    Deer, Charles, the Earl Grey, Straight's mouth
    Deer, John R., boot and shoe manufacturer and tobacconist, Nelson street
    Delatouche, Charles, tailor, Bridge street
    Dell, Joseph, boot and shoe maker, Straight's mouth
    Delmar, Charles and Edward; wine and brandy merchants, Stockwell street, and at Phoenix place, Blackheath
    Derry, Thomas and Charles, linen drapers, Blackheath road
    Derry, Charles, draper, Morden terrace, Lewisham road
    Dinsey, Mrs. Ann, lace cleaner, etc., Blackheath hill
    Ditton, John, butcher, Trafalgar road
    Dixie, Mrs. Hannah, apartments, Ashburnham road
    Dixie, Edward, horse letter, Grove street, South street
    Dixon, David, hairdresser, Blackheath hill
    Dixon, Henry, banker's clerk to the Bank of England, Circus street, Royal hill
    Dobbs, George, gun maker, Blackheath hill
    Dockerill, Mrs. Sarah, day school, Ashburnham grove
    Dodds, John, boot and shoemaker, Skelton street
    Dodge, George, London City missionary, Ashburnham road
    Dolman and Sons, glass and picture frame manufacturers, Nelson street
    Donovan, Thomas, cooper, Rose place, Bell street
    Donovan, Joseph, tailor, Blackheath road
    Dorrington, James Robert, leather seller, Straight's mouth
    Dorrington, William, beer house, Royal hill
    Doubtflre, William, pipe maker, Grove street, South street
    Doull, Alexander, civil engineer, Morden terrace, Lewisham road
    Doust, Thomas George, Ship and Sailor, Church street
    Dowding, Mrs. Martha, dressmaker, Royal place
    Downing and Creed, surgeons, Trafalgar road
    Dowsett, John, gardener, Maidenstone hill
    Dowson, John, auctioneer, upholsterer, & house agent, London street
    Dowson, John, Portland Family and Commercial Hotel, London street
    Drew and Co., boot and shoe warehouse, Blackheath road
    Driver, James, confectioner, Blackheath hill
    Driver, William, grocer, Royal hill
    Dudley, the Misses, milliners and dressmakers, George street, Croom's hill .
    Duma'yne, the Misses Mary and Ann, milliners, Stockwell street
    Dummer, William, French dyer, Deptford bridge
    Dummock, Henry W., fruiterer and greengrocer, Royal hill
    Dupere, Mrs. Elizabeth A., poulterer, Stockwell street
    Durham, Charles J., Man in the Moon, Bear lane
    Durrant, Francis, collector of rates, Croom's hill grove
    Dutton, Daniel, tailor, Blisset street
    Dyball and Son, cork manufacturers, Deptford bridge
    Dymott, John, boot and shoe maker, Cold Bath street
    Eager, Edward, coffee house, Church street
    Eagleston, William, cowkeeper, Royal place
    Earle, James, baker, Blisset street
    Eastmur, Miss, day school, Greenwich road
    Eastmure, Samuel V, custom house officer, Winston place, Blackheath road
    Eccles, Miss Deborah, shopkeeper, Lewisham road
    Edwards, John, painter, Circus street, Royal hill
    Edwards, John, fruiterer, Trafalgar road
    Edwards, Edmund, gas fitter and furnishing ironmonger, Church street
    Egerton, Mrs. Sarah, day school, Lewisham road
    Eldred, Daniel, carpenter, Lewisham road, Blackheath hill
    Eldridge, William, painter, South street
    Eldridge, John, cow keeper, Straight's mouth
    Ellenden, George R., hairdresser, &c., Stockwell street
    Elliott, John D., chemist, Orchard place
    Ellis, John, shopkeeper, Bridge street
    Ellis, William, assistant at Royal Observatory, Croom's hill grove
    Ellis, Jonathan and Henry, fly and job masters, Railway station yard, Greenwich road
    Ellis, Mrs. Sarah, shopkeeper, Blackheath hill
    Elmore, 'William G., compositor, Brand street
    Elstone, Thomas, Hope and Anchor, Norman road
    Evans, George, carver and gilder, Royal hill row
    Everest, Mrs Sarah, butcher, Blackheath hill
    Everest, Robert, blacksmith, East Greenwich
    Faggs, William, fishmonger, Royal hill
    Fainton, Joseph, beer retailer, Trafalgar road
    Fairbairn, Angus, professor of singing, Guilford road
    Fairman, William, ship joiner, Upper George street
    Fairnington, Miss Mary, apartments, Royal place
    Faithful, George, fishmonger, Blackheath hill
    Fallar, Edward, apartments, Wellington terrace, Greenwich road
    Farley, Mrs. Elizabeth, ladies' day school, Trafalgar road
    Farmer, John and Son, inspector of weights and measures, Straight's mouth
    Farmer, John Wells, broker and appraiser, Straight's mouth
    Fenn, John, watchmaker, Church street
    Fenton, Frederick, artist, Brand street
    Fenton, Mr., greengrocer, East street
    Field, Mrs. Jane, baker, Circus row, Royal hill
    Field, Edward, cooper, Union wharf, East Greenwich
    Field, Mrs. Susannah, apartments, Royal place
    Figg, Jesse, cabinet maker, George street

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