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Borough Road, Southwark 1842 street directory

Southwark St George Martyr index

A listing of historical London public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Southwark St George Martyr, Surrey,  London. The Southwark St George Martyr, Surrey , London listing uses information from census, Trade Directories and History to add licensees, bar staff, Lodgers and Visitors.

Borough Road, Southwark 1842 street directory
2 M Bridgeman, dairy
3 J Green and Co, corn chandlers
4 William Lock, bookbinder & stationer
5 William Allamby, broker
6 William Wood, coffee rooms
7 Victor Bleuel, cabinet maker
7 George Robertson, library
8 James hayward, upholsterer

Grosvenor place
1 William Bennett, general dealer
4 John Henry Hipsley, general dealer
3 John Smith, hair dresser
7 David Nathan, furniture dealer
5 Philip Harlow, Globe
6 George Bedford, sofa manufacturer
2 C Davis, wholesale confectioner
8 Thomas Wingham, oil and colourman
British & Foreign School Society

Chester terrace
15 Ann Nicholls, printer
11 Jos Whittaker, French polisher
10 Charles Hoars, mahogany & deal
14 Isaac Worley, tailor
9 Ann Jacob, trimming seller
3 Squires and Torkington, solicitors
1 Peter Hayzen, mattress maker

Portland place
1 John Cuthbertson, linen draper
Jos Piddington, dealer in build materials
2 Francis White, hair dresser
John Simmons, cement manufacturer
1 William Birchm wheelwright
2 Ann Sibbs, eating house
5 Thomas Longmore, surgeon
M A Weeds, tobacconist
St Georges parochial School
Borough Road Chapel
Southwark Literary Society, Thomas Tucker, secretary
1 James Morley, saddler

Frederick place
1 Amy Dieter, boot maker
3 M Willson, blind maker
4 John Dyer, cabinet maker
William Beevers, stonemason
5 Henry Lloyd, tobacconist
6 James & Wise, chair & sofa makers
11 E W Viney, blind maker
12 E Mote, cabinet maker
13 Samuel White, undertaker
14 Thomas Gregory, stationer
16 Jos L & Mrs Clothier, pawnbrokers
17 David Sollis, fruiterer

York terrace
William Piper, Duke of York
17 G Bassett, cabinet maker
22 D Nathan, broker
20 Francis Passmore, printer
William Whitbrooke, cooper
Charles Bates, wheelwright

Cobourg place
5 William Phillips, pewterer
7 F Surplis, greengrocer
13 William Reichenbach, gas fitter
15 Charles bates, oilman
10 George Clark, Southwark Arms
8 Thomas Lidbetter, chair maker
4 & 7 Jos Lake, furniture broker
6 E Ward, butcher
3 John Garrett, baker
2 John Granger, grocer
16 W Cattell, pawnbroker
14 William Kelly, broker
10 J Draper Tucker, pianoforte manufacturer
12 Thomas Milligan, cut glass warehouse
12 William Howe, coach builder
12 And Kaltenback, watch & clock maker
14 John Davies, cheesemonger
15 Edw Flack, bookbinder
Samuel Hulseberg, tobacconist
11 Joseph Lawrence, baker
9 T Caslake, artificial florist
9 William Dunn, hair dresser
8 Charles Tallent, pianoforte repository

St Georges terrace
2 William Clayton, hair dresser
11 A Adams, French polisher
10 Eninon Harry, furniture broker
7 L Stevenson, shoemaker
8 Eliz Ann Barlow, linen draper
9 John Hewett, straw bonnet manufacturer
6 E A Way, grocer
9 John Barnaby, fruiterer
5 H Ball, tailor
4 William Sherwood, toy dealer
1 Samuel Nathan, furniture broker

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