London historical street directory and pub history

This is now an updated and complete, historical London street directory for 1832 and 1842 and more

London Street Directory in 1843 - V

This is the entirety of the 1843 London Post office directory, as it is added.

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VACHER Thomas & Sons, stationers & law stationers, 29 Parliament street
Vaccine Dispensary, at St. John's church, Fair street, Horsely down
Vachette Louisa (Mrs.), staymaker,89 Mount street, Berkeley square
Vade John Knox, physician, 8 Upper Soymour street
Vago Joshua, looking glass & picture frame maker, 12 Oxford street
Vagts Peter, Chequers , 13 Providence row, Finsbury
Vaile Samuel, laceman, 21 Blackfriars road
Vaizey John, solicitor, 2 South square, Gray's inn
Vale isaac, butcher, Leadenhall market
Vale Robert, Old Black Bull , Stratford, Broadway
Vale Samuel, fruiterer, North row, Covent garden market
Vale William, musical clock maker, 32 Paul street, Finsbury
Valente J. M. Rebello, of Oporto (agency, Robert Christie & Co.), 5 Fenchurch buildings
Valentine Elias & Son, drysalters, 6 Shoreditch
Valentine Daniel, cabinet maker, 4 New inn yard, Shoreditch
Valentine Francis, malt factor, 24 Mark lane
Valentine Jacob, curiosity dealer, 60 Wych street, Strand
Valentine John, furnishing ironmonger, 397 Oxford street
Valentine Saul, refiner, 3 Sandy's row, Bishopsgate
Valentine John, tailor & trimming seller, 7 Maiden lane, Covent garden
Valintine George Edw. architect & surveyor, 26 Ely place, Holborn
Vallance Rt. & Son, builders & undertakers, 171 Long lane, Bermondsey
Vallance Henry, solicitor, 20 Essex street, Strand
Vallance Henry Wellington, solicitor, 20 Hatton garden
Vallance James Thomas, surgeon & registrar of births, Stratford, Essex
Wallance James, solicitor, 4 King's Bench Walk, Temple
Vallé Frederick, italian warehouse, 21 Haymarket
Vallé Philip, wine merchant, see Tyrrell, Tuck & Vallé
Vallentine Benjamin, agent for importing & exporting toys, fancy goods & every description of foreign manufactures, 70 Leadenhall street
Vallentine Benjamin, sheffield ware. see Crosby & Vallentine
Vallings Frederic, solicitor, see Young & Vallings
Vallis Robert, boot & shoe maker, 9 Mayfield place, Kensington
Vailoton James, haberdasher, &c. 1 Eldon place, Lower street, Islington
Valogne Charles, watch & clock maker, 10 Church street, Soho
Van Thomas, & Sons, marquee, tent, flag, rick cloth, improved tarpaulin, rope, line, &c. makers, & ship chandlers, 17 Tooley street
Van Bever Helene (Madame), importer of ladies' boots & shoes, french gloves, & eau de cologne, 18 Old Bond street
Van Butchell Edwin Martin, surgeon, 14 Broad street, Golden square
Van Butchell Sidney Job, surgeon, 27 Baker street, Portman square
Vandenbergh Algernon Sidney, surgeon, 39 Bethnal green road
Vandenbergh Frederick, bookbinder, 14 Cullum street
Vanden Ende Peter, wool merchant, 14 Broad street buildings
Vandercom, Comyn & Co. attorneys, 23 Great Bush lane, Cannon street
Vander Gucht Charles, silk mercer, 322 Regent street
Vandergucht Edwin, Grove's Private Hotel, 48 & 49 Albemarle street
Vanderlinden Charles, jelly mould maker, 3 Devonshire street, Queen square
Vanderpant Henry Cressy, dentist, see Minshull & Vanderpant
Vanderplank Bartholomew, merchant, 32 St. Mary axe
Vanderplank John, cloth worker, 54 Bartholomew close
Vanderplank Samuel, woollen draper, 6 Warwick street, Golden square
Vanderpool Parnell, refiner, 11 Hatton garden
Vandersteen Charles, carpenter, 33 Bethnal green road
Vandersteen Charles jun. horsehair manufacturer, 212 Brick lane, Spitalfields
Vandersteen Charles sen. Frying Pan , 207 Brick lane, Spitalfields
Vanderwell & Hailstone, ladies' shoemaker, 43 Marshall street, Golden square
Vanderwell Mary (Mrs), ladies' shoemaker, 18 Princes street, Hanover square
Vandewall & Tippler, colonial brokers, 89 Great Tower street
Van De Wall Philip, lampblack maker, 14 Chapel street, Holywell market
Van Diemen's Land Company's Office (George H. Howell, secretary), 55 Old Broad street
Vandy William, printer, 9 New street square, Fetter lane
Vane Henry, ship rigger, Turner's wharf, Narrow street, Ratcliff
Vane Henry M. attorney, Carlton chambers, 12 Regent street
Van Goor Ezekiel, steel pen & fluid maker, 7 Duke street, Spitalfields
Vanham Joseph, ivory worker, 5 Thanet place, Temple bar
Vanheems William Henry, tailor, 88 Dorset street, Portman square
Van Heythuysen Richard Edward, solicitor to the Foundling Hospital, 31 John street, Bedford row
Vanhouse James & Son, west & east India broker, 37 Mincing lane
Vanier Stephen, Carved Lion ,30 South street, South Audley street
Van Kempen Peter, accountant, 1 Cottage grove, Mile end road
Vann John, butcher, 22 Norton folgate
Vann William, furniture warehouse, 74 Old street, St. Luke's
Van Neck Gerrard & Joshua & Co. merchants, 2 Austinfriars
Vanner John, silk manufacturer, 15 Spital square :
Van Notten Peter & Charles & Co. merchants, 21 Billiter street
Van Notten Peter & Charles & Co. merchants, 24 Lime street
Van Oven & Lindo, surgeons, &c. 30 Bishopsgate without
Van Oven Barnard, surgeon, 30 Gower street, Bedford square
Van Praagh Lammert, umbrella maker, 1 Postern row, & 59 Leman street, Goodman's fields
Van Praagh Morris, wholesale Jeweller, 57 Great Prescot street
Van Raalte Ephraim, tobacconist, 190 Ratcliff highway
Van Sandau & Cumming, solicitors, 27 King street, Cheapside
Van Scolina Richard. J. jun. watch jeweller, 113 Goswell road
Van Scolina Rd.J. sen. watchmaker, 70 Charlotte terrace, New cut
Van Sommer James, stockbroker, Stock Exchange
Van Voorst Henry, law stationer, 7 Warwick court, Holborn
Van Voorst John, bookseller & publisher, l Paternoster row
Van Zeiler Francis Ignatius, Portuguese consul general, 15 St. Mary axe
Van Zeller Francis Ignatius, merchant, 15 St. Mary axe
Varden William, Hen. bookseller & stationer,154 Borough High st
Vardon John & Son, wholesale ironmongers, 3 Gracechurch street, & Corbet court, Gracechurch street
Vardon & Son, stockbrokers, 13 Copthall court, Throgmorton street
Vardy Lambert Joshua, surgeon, 53 Stamford street, Blackfriars
Vardy William, Stoughton, solicitor, 18 Finsbury place north
Varicas Robert, surgeon, 37 Burton crescent
Varley & Son, seal & copperplate engravers, jewellers, & dealers in articles of vertu, 80 Fleet street
Vorley Henry G. silk dyer, 7 South street, Manchester square
Varley John, tailor, 113 Edgware road, Marylebone
Varley John, tailor & draper, 113 Edgware road, Paddington
Varley Samuel, boot & shoe maker, 159 Fenchurch street
Varley Samuel, ready made clothes warehouse, 65 & 66 Drury lane
Varmam Chas. grocer & tea dealer, 1 Myddelton street, Clerkenwell
Varnain James, tea dealer, &c.152 Upper Whitecross street, St. Luke's
Varney John, carman, 36 Upper Rosamon street
Varney John, grocer, 10 Clements inn passage, Clare market
Varney Lucy (Mrs.) dining rooms, 16 Newcastle street, Strand
Varney William, dairyman, 46 Bell yard, Temple bar
Varnham Arthur, stationer & account book manufacturer, 61 Strand
Varty Joseph & Co. shawl manufacturers &c. 25 St. Paul's Church yard
Varty William, N. & John, linendrapers, 47 Bishopsgate within
Varty Edward, printer, 27 Camomile street, Bishopsgate
Varty John, shawl manufacturer & warehouseman, 12 Friday street, Cheapside
Varty Thomas, stationer, &c., see Roake & Varty
Vasey George, engraver, 27 Clarendon square
Vasey John, tin & iron plate worker, 68 King street Soho
Vaucher's patent wov, n hose office, 25 Great Tower street
Vaudeau Brothers, french warehousemen, 21 King William street, Strand
Vaughan John & William, & Co. honduras merchants, 26 Austinfriars
Vaughan Samuel & Son, merchants, 70 Fenchurch street
Vaughan Charles, saddler, Little Chelsea
Vaughan Charles, silversmith & pawnbroker, 39 & 40 Strand
Vaughan Chas. tailor & draper, 31 Charles street, Middlesex hospital
Vaughan Elizh. (Mrs) lace joiner, 26 Great Titchfield street
Vaughan Henry, barrister, 28 Cumberland terrace, Regent's park
Vaughan Hen. Halford, barrister, Devereux chambers, Strand
Vaughan James, barrister, 9 King's Bench walk, Temple
Vaughan James, haberdasher, 20 Canon street, City
Vaughan James, packer, see Bowyer & Waughan
Vaughan Jane (Miss), academy, see Huggett & Vaughan
Vaughan John, carpenter, 16 Avery row, Lower Grosvenor street
Vaughan John, stereotype founder, 26 Banner street, St. Luke's
Vaughan John, sen. tailor, 33 Thayer street, Manchester square
Vaughan John jun, tailor, 9 Jermyn street, St. James's
Vaughan John B. oil & colorman, 56 Blackman street, Borough
Vaughan Joseph, oil & colorinan, 12 Rufford's buildings, Islington
Vaughan Martha (Miss), milliner, 8 Pantechnicon arcade
Vaughan Mary Ann (Mrs.) wholesale widow's cap maker, 26 Banner street, St. Luke's
Vaughan Petty, merchant, 70 Fenchurch street
Vaughan William, merchant, 70 Fenchurch street
Vaughan William, poultry salesman, Leadenhall market
Vaughan William, A. haberdasher & linendraper, 19 & 20 Aldgate
Vause James, butcher, 6 Little Bell alley, Coleman street
Vautin James, oil & colorman, 1 Beauvoir terrace, Kingsland road
Vaux & Harris, wind. merchants, 13 Great St. Helens, & Lloyd's
Vauxhall Bridge Co. (Thomas, Jeffery, clerk), Milbank, Westminster
Vauchall or S. London Waterworks, Upper Kennington lane
Vavasseur James, silk manufacturer, see Carter & Vavasseur

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