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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

    Illman, Henry, watch and clock maker, Royal hill row
    Illman, Charles, watch and clock maker, Park row
    Imison, Samuel, gasfltter and brassworker, Blackheath hill
    Ingram, Henry, grocer, Old Woolwich road, East Greenwich
    Innell, Mrs. Ann, laundress, Maidenstone terrace, Maidenstone hill
    Inward, Mrs. Frances, the Hit or Miss, Roan street
    Irving, John, draper, Goss place Greenwich road
    Ives, Charles, clerk of County Court, Burney street
    Ixer, Charles James, engineer, Lewisham road
    Jackson, Miss Louisa, professor of music, Trafalgar road
    Jackson, William, marine store dealer, Trafalgar road
    Jackson, Henry 1C., seedsman and corn merchant, London street, Greenwich, and Broadway, Deptford
    Jackson, Richard, picture frame maker, South street
    Jackson, Henry K., flour and potato merchant, Church street, residence, Lawn House
    Jacob, Benjamin, bonded lighterman, Deptford Bridge
    James, Mr., solicitor, Burney street
    Jarman, Mrs. Mary Ann, establishment for young ladies, Circus street, Royal hill
    Jarman, Mrs., apartments, Brand street
    Jarvis, Edwin George, cutler, London street
    Jayne, Abraham, Horse and Groom, Blackheath hill
    Jeal, Richard, Victory, Park row
    Jeans, Thomas, baker, Church street
    Jeans, Alexander, baker, Trafalgar road
    Jee, Thomas, potter, Blackheath road
    Jefferis, Miss Jane, milliner and dressmaker, Wintoun place, Blackheath road
    Jenkins, John, the Maltster, Bridge street
    Jennings, Charles, dealer in old clothes, Church passage
    Jerry, Mrs. Ann, second-hand clothes dealer, Turnpin lane, Greenwich market
    Job, Mrs. Jane, apartments, Collyer buildings, Blackheath hill, Lewisham
    Johnson, James, apartments, Ashburnham grove
    Johnson, Miss, and Budds, Mrs., dressmakers, Royal place
    Johnson, John Frederick, grocer, George street, Croom's hill
    Johnson, Benjamin, watch and clock maker, Blackheath hill
    Johnson, John, pilot, Brand street
    Johnston, Miss Jessie, establishment for young ladies, Cambridge villas, South street
    Johnstone, William, carrier, Little George street
    Jones, William, sedan chairman, George street, Croom's hill
    Jones, William George, fishmonger, Roan street
    Jones, Frederick, draper, Nelson street
    Jones, Miss Mary Ann, eating house, Church street
    Jones, William, solicitor, Goss place, Greenwich road
    Jones, Joseph, shopkeeper, Blisset street
    Jones, Thomas, apartments, St. Mary's place, Greenwich road
    Jones, John, tailor, Trafalgar road
    Jones, George, apartments, Ashburnham grove
    Jull, William, baker and shopkeeper, Cold Bath street
    Jupe, William, cabinet maker, Blackheath
    Jupp, Thomas, shopkeeper, Thames street
    Justins, James, banker's clerk, Croom's hill
    Keell, Mrs. Elizabeth A., silk mercer, Stockwell street
    Kelly, Frederick, coffee and dining rooms, Lewisham road
    Kenp, H, accountant, Burney street, and at King street, Woolwich
    Kemshead, Mrs Elizabeth, shopkeeper, East Greenwich
    Kennedy, Robert, stationer and news agent, Blackheath hill
    Kent, Joseph A., tailor, Trafalgar road
    Kentish Mercury Office, Bexley house, London street.- John Hooper Hartnoll, proprietor; published every Saturday morning
    Keyser, Mrs. Margaret, establishment for young ladies, Croom's hill
    Kibble, Richard, working goldsmith, jeweller, &c., London street
    Kimin, William B., chemist, Egerton road
    King, John, tobacconist, Blackheath road
    King, Reuben Webster, artist, picture dealer, and restorer, dealer in ancient bronze, &o., 38 and 60, Blackheath hill
    Kingham, Jonathan, hairdresser, Bridge street
    Kinnear, William, British Queen, Church street
    Kipps, John, painter, &c., Prior street
    Kirby, George, chemist, Trafalgar road
    Kirkland, John, Commercial dining rooms, King street
    Kitchen, Mrs. Sarah, dealer in ready-made linen, Orchard hill
    Kitson, James, bricklayer, Pelham road, East Greenwich
    Knight, Henry R,, grocer, Trafalgar road
    Knight, Robert V , engineer, Egerton road
    Knightly Joseph boarding and day school, Blue Stile House, Greenwich road
    Knowles, James, wine and spirit merchant, Prince of Wales, London street
    Kreekler, Frederick, trunk and harness maker, London street
    Kuper, W., and Co., patent Submarine Telegraph cable and wire rope manufacturers, East Greenwich
    La Feuillade, James, pianoforte warehouse, Queen's place, Blackheath road
    Lainsbury, Mrs. Ann, ladies' school, Croom's hill
    Lainson and Co., drapers, Blackheath hill
    Lambert, Thomas, shopkeeper, Union street
    Lampard, John, smith, South street
    Lance, Benjamin, grocer, Church street
    Lance, E. and H., the Misses, baby linen warehouse, 4, Stockwell street
    Langletz, Philip Stephen, French teacher, Catharine grove
    Langrish, Henry, clothier, London street, Greenwich, and St. John street, Clerkenwell
    Langton and Co., timber merchants, Greenwich road
    Larkan, Mrs. Elizabeth, Gloucester coffee house and tea gardens, King street, and Silver street
    Lavell, Mrs. F., establishment for young ladies, Circus street, Royal hill
    Law, Joseph, baker, Roan street
    Lawrence, Thomas, apartments, Clarence street
    Lawrence, Francis baker, Greenwich market
    Leach, John, Robin Hood and Little John, Blue stile, Greenwich road
    Leachman, Miss, day school, Greenwich road
    Lee, George, merchant's clerk, Prior street
    Lee, John, boot and shoe maker, Dunford passage, Greenwich market
    Lee, William Thomas, turner, Patent place, Royal hill
    Legg, Thomas R, woolstapler. Croom's hill
    Leighton, George, modeller, Guilford road
    Letton, Miss Louisa, apartments, George street, Croom's hill
    Letton, Miss Eliza, milliner and dressmaker, Green lane
    Levens, Samuel, printer, Old Woolwich road, .East Greenwich
    Lever, Charles, shopkeeper, Atlas street
    Lewis, Charles Carter, King's Arms, King street
    Liddon, Joseph, locksmith and bell hanger, Church passage
    Lilley, John, fruiterer, London street
    Lloyd, Thomas, furniture broker, Woolwich road
    Lloyd, Mr., Three Crowns Inn, High bridge, East Greenwich
    Lockley, William, furniture broker, Trafalgar road
    Lockwood, George, hairdresser and dealer in tobacco, Claremont street
    Lockwood, William John, Mason's Arms, Church street
    Loclington, William S., banker's clerk, Guilford road
    Loeffler, L. and U., clock makers, Blackheath road
    Long and Wildish, Mesdames, milliners and dressmakers, 11, Holwell place, Blackheath road
    Longhurst, Miss Eleanor, ladies' boarding and day school, Montpelier House, South street
    Lovebond, John, brewer, Nag's Head Brewery, Bridge street
    Lovegrove, Henry C., Ship and Billett, Woolwich road
    Lovick, John Sparks, outfitter, Hadding terrace, King William street
    Lucas, Ralph W, artist, Hyde vale
    Lucas, Mrs Maria, dressmaker, Blackheath hill
    Lucas, John S, naturalist and tobacconist, Blackheath hill
    Lucas, William Henry, grocer, Bath terrace, Cold Bath street
    Lucas, John Samuel, beer house, Cold Bath street
    Lynch, Patrick, teacher, Upper George street
    McClellan, Samuel, watch and clock maker, Deptford bridge
    McGhan, Robert, clock and watch maker, Lewisham road, Blackheath hill
    Mack, Thomas and David, agricultural implement makers, Blackheath road
    Macdonnell, John, coffee house, Church street
    Macqueen, Charles, apartments, Haddington terrace
    Main, Thomas, engineer, Albion street
    Major, Henry, upholsterer, Church street
    Mailer, John, shopkeeper, Cold Bath street
    Maiyon, Thomas, seedsman, etc., Royal Circus street
    McMillan, J., tailor, Morden street
    Manchester, Charles, horse letter, Trinity street, Blackheath hill
    Mankletow, Jesse, shopkeeper, Straight's mouth
    Manners, Henry, apartments, South street
    Masnell, Mrs., apartments, Haddington terrace
    Mansfield, John, boot and shoe maker, Cold Bath street
    Marehant, John, greengrocer, Royal hill
    Markham, William, butcher, Deptford bridge
    Marks, Israel, brass founder, Bridge street
    Marriott, William, cowkeeper, Prior street
    Marsh, John, marine store dealer, Bath terrace, Cold Bath street
    Marshall, William, ironmonger and gasfitter, London street, and Osborn place, Blackheath
    Marshall Matthew, lighterman, Woodland terrace, Trafalgar road
    Marshall, Mrs. Mary, corn dealer, Trafalgar road
    Marshall, James, beer retailer, Trafalgar road
    Marshall, William, sen., blacksmith, Trafalgar road
    Morris, Robert, timber dealer, Catharine grove
    Marter, the Misses Mary and Emily, ladies' boarding school, Park place
    Martin, Mrs. Elizabeth, apartments, Holwell place, Blackheath road
    Martin, Alfred J., chemist, Queen's place, Blackheath road
    Maskell, the Misses, apartments, Croom's hill grove
    Mason, Mrs. Ann, apartments, Guilford road
    Mason, Thomas, pawnbroker, Church street
    Masters, George C., chemist, Nelson street
    Matterface, William, tailor, Maidenstone hill
    Matthew, John, engineer, Valentine terrace, Blackheath, road
    May, John, butcher, Royal hill
    May, Henry, greengrocer, John's terrace, Woolwich road
    Maynard, Thomas, second-hand clothes dealer, Market place
    Mead, Joseph, boot maker, Trafalgar road
    Meade, Joshua, wine and spirit merchant, White Hart Inn, London street
    Meadows, Joseph, butcher, Trafalgar road
    Medlicott, John, hairdresser, Greenwich market
    Medwin, Aaron, chemist and dentist, 4, Blackheath, road. Post-office, Money Orders granted
    Meluish, William, baker, Blackheath hill
    agent to Monarch Fire and Life Office
    Mern, William, coffee house, Blackheath road
    Michie, Peter B., Royal Oak, Lewisham road
    Middleton, Henry, grocer, Marlborough street, East Greenwich
    Milburn, Mrs. Sarah, day school, Clarence street
    Miles, William, Market gardener, Woolwich road
    Miles, Frederick William, commercial traveller, Lewisham road
    Miller, Mrs. Martha, milliner, Deptford Bridge
    Miller, Aaron, wholesale coffee and spice dealer, h Brand street, shop, 44, Eastcheap, London
    Miller, Edward, bricklayer, Circus street, Royal hill
    Miller, William, bricklayer, Lewisham road, Blackheath hill
    Mills, John, dealer in coal, wood, and potatoes, Blisset street
    Milne, John, provision agent, Prior street
    Minal, Charles, shopkeeper, Union street
    Mitchell, Henry R., Admiral Harvey, Clarence street
    Mitchell, James, marine1 store dealer, Church street
    Mitchell, Benjamin, army and navy tailor, London street
    Mitchell, W W, fishmonger, East street
    Mitchell, Thomas, grocer etc, Old Woolwichroad
    Monkhouse, Elliott, apartments, Ashburnham road
    Moore, Mrs Elizabeth, corset maker, George street, Croom's hill
    Moore, George J., plumber and painter, Reform place, Trafalgar road
    Moore, Joseph, butcher, Trafalgar road
    Moore, Samuel, grocer, &c., Orchard hill
    Moore, William James, Secretary to British Shield Insurance Office, Ashburnham grove
    Moore, Miss, milliner, Haddington terrace, King street
    Moore, John, apartments, 21, Brand street
    Moores, Joseph, shopkeeper, Grove place
    Morgan, Hugh, toy and fancy warehouse, London street
    Morgan, Mrs. Sarah, news agent, Lewisham road
    Moriarty, Cornelius, wire weaver and worker, Nelson street
    Morley, Frederick, baker, George street, Croom's hill
    Morley, Henry, pianoforte and music repository, Croom's hill
    Morris, Mrs. Elizabeth, milliner, Nelson street
    Morris, Mrs. Sarah; tobacconist, Bear lane
    Morris, Thomas, hairdresser, Church passage

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