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    Poplar High Street, North Side part 2

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    The Post Office Directory, in 1944 from Poplar High Street between Wade Street & Hale Street intersections

    ... here is Wade Street ...

    ... here is Wades Place ...

    Wigham House (LCC flats)
    51 Silverman Percy, newsagent
    53 Diploma Laundry Ltd
    59 Silverton Mrs Mary, grocer
    Poplar Borough Wash-house
    Willis House (council flats)

    ... here is Hale Street ...
     

    Numbering from Kellys Directory, in 1934 from  Poplar High Street between Wade Street & Hale Street intersections

    ... here is Wade Street ...

    43 Spencer Wm Hy, boot & shoe repair
    45 Hills Leonard, baker
    47 Luxton William, chandlers shop
    49 Nairulla L, seamens lodging house

    ... here is Wades Place ...

    51 Lotswin Jack, fried fish shop
    59 Softley Mrs Sarah, greengrocer

    ... here is Sophia Street ...

    69 Symons Arth Gilbert, grocer
    73 Feltwell Rt, greengrocer
    77 & 79 Alberta Jules, motor engineer

    ... here is Book Street ...

    83 Walker Frank, hairdresser
    93 Lyttleston & Co, who trousers makers

    ... here is Hale Street ...

    ... here is Wade Street ...

    Numbering Post Office Directory, in 1915 from 41 to 95 Poplar High Street

    41 Jeffree Hanry James Lobb, beer retailer  [Horn of Plenty]
    51 Day Joseph, chandlers shop

    ... here is Wades Place ....

    61 Hardwick George, builder
    65 Tartaglions Francesco, confectioner

    .. here is Sophia Street ...

    69 Adams Albert, grocer
    73 Feltwell Mary Ann, greengrocer

    ... here is Rook Street ...

    81 Ahrens Walter Geo, beer retailer   [Anchor & Hope]
    83 Walker Frank, hairdresser
    91 Sullivan James, confectioner

    ... here is Hale Street ...

    95 Queens Head, Wm Chas Branch
     

    Numbering Post Office Directory, in 1910 from 41 to 95 Poplar High Street

    ... here is Wade Street ...

    41 Jeffree Hanry James Lobb, beer retailer  [Horn of Plenty]
    45 Dutton William, baker
    47 Smart Richard, boot maker
    49 Day Joseph, chandlers shop
    51 Boston John & Co, grocers

    ... here is Wades Place ....

    59 Hensby Walter, greengrocer

    .. here is Sophia Street ...

    69 Adams Albert, grocer
    73 Feltwell Mrs Mary Ann, greengrocer

    ... here is Rook Street ...

    81 Ahrens Walter Geo, beer retailer   [Anchor & Hope]
    83 Rinck John, boot maker

    ... here is Hale Street ...

    95 Queens Head, Thos Fitzgerald
     

    Numbering Post Office Directory, in 1899 from 41 to 95 Poplar High Street

    41 Harrison Hy Matthew, beer retailer [Horn of Plenty]
    43 Midmer Henry sen, coffee room
    45 Ball George, baker
    47 Taylor Mrs Emily, laundress
    49 Prentice Sam, grocer

    ... here is Wades Place

    51,53, 55 & 57 Hugh Bros, ironmongers
    59 Loftus Mrs jane, dairy
    63 Bayley James William, oilman

    ... here is Sophia Street ...

    67 Owen Lewis, shirt maker
    69 Adama Albert, grocer
    73 Feltwell Mrs Mary Ann, greengrocer
    75, 77 & 79 Burdett Fredk John, fancy box maker & collector of Queens taxes

    ... here is Rook Street ...

    81 Meager Robert, beer retailer  [Anchor & Hope]
    83 Varney William, tin plate worker
    85 Smith James, haberdasher
    89 Ditzel Peter, baker
    91 Loveland Fredk Geo, fried fish shop
    93 Wroot William, coffee rooms

    ... Here is Hale Street ...

    95 Queens Head, Thos Fitzergerald

     

    Numbering from Post Office Directory, in 1882 from 41 to 95 Poplar High Street

    41 Radford Thomas, beer retailer  [Horn of Plenty]
    45 Clark Joseph, baker
    49 Farrance Charles & Co, grocers

    ... here is Wades Place ...

    51 Bradden William, cheesemonger
    53, 55 & 57 Rundell, Son & Co, ironmongers etc
    59 Loftus Peter, dairyman
    61 Lewis Mrs Sarah Ann, linendraper
    63 Green Edward, grocer
    65 Shaw Harry, oilman

    ... here is Sophia Street ...

    67 George William, tea urn maker
    69 Eddy James, provision merchant
    71 Simmons Philip, butcher
    73 & 28 Feltwell James, greengrocer
    75 Burdett Fdk John, fancy box ma
    77 Tobin Edwd Josiah, wholesale confectioner

    ... here is Rook Street ...

    81 McDonald John Robt, beer retailer  [Anchor & Hope]
    83 Smith William
    87 Goodair Hugh William, hatter
    89 Parsons Charles Robert, baker
    91 Haley Henry, chandlers shop
    93 Wroot William, coffee rooms

    ... here is Hale Street ...

    95 Queens Head, George Bradnam

    Numbering from Post Office Directory, in 1869 from 41 to 95 Poplar High Street

    41 Radford Thomas, beer retailer [Horn of Plenty]
    43 Wilks Thomas, ironmonger
    45 & 259 Kendall Joseph, baker
    47 Miller James, watchmaker
    49 Cole John, grocer & cheesemonger

    ... here is Wades Place ...

    51 Bradden William, cheesemonger
    53 Rundell Joshua, ironmonger
    55 Copeland Thomas, toy dealer
    57 Morris Richard, stationer
    59 Sanders Benjamin, pork butcher
    61 Parkhouse Mrs Martha, linen draper
    63 Green Edward, grocer
    65 Shaw Henry, oil & color man

    ... here is Sophia Street ...

    67 Durant John, coffee rooms
    69 Bedwell Alfd Jas, provision merchant
    71 Simmons Philip, butcher
    73 Tibbatts John Weetman, greengrocer
    75 Rayner Lloyd, chemist & druggist
    77 Goldberg Abraham, tailor

    ... here is Mary Street ...

    81 Hill Edward, beer retailer   [Anchor & Hope]
    83 Smith William, plumber
    85 Barton James, hairdresser
    89 Parsons Charles, baker
    91 Smith Thomas, clothes dealer

    ... here is Hale Street ...

    95 Queens Head, Joseph Hocking
     

    1861 census directory listing of head of households

    265 James Burgess, Beer Retailer [Horn of Plenty]
    264 George Hoton, Labourer
    263 Eliza Kendall, Baker
    262 James Miller, Watch Maker
    261 James Havill, Grocer
    260 Wm Braddon, Cheesemonger
    259 Joshua Bundell, Gas Fitter
    258 Thomas Copeland, Toy Dealer
    257 Daniel Carter, Ship Joiner
    256 Benjamin Sanders, Pork Butcher
    255 Martha Parkhouse, Linen Draper
    254 Edward Green, Grocer
    253 Henry Shaw, Oilman
    252 William Moore, Coffee House Keeper
    251 James Eddy, Cheesemonger
    250 Alexander Mace, Butcher
    249 William Clement, Oilman
    248 William Raynes, Farmer
    247 Samuel Weakley, Outfitter
    246 James Harris, Clerk
    244 Anchor & Hope - John Steele
    243 William Smith, Builder
    242 Arthur Bell, Greengrocer
    241 Henry Wilson Shoe Maker
    240 Charles Parsons, Baker
    239 William Kenfell, Clothes Shop Keeper
    238 William Tusker, Butcher
     

    Numbering in 1856 from Post Office Directory, from 237 to 265 Poplar High Street (in opposite numbering direction)

    237 Queens Head, William Finney
    238 Ovitts geo & Cornelius, uholsterers
    239 Kenfell William, clothes dealer
    240 Parsons Charles, baker
    241 Ward Joseph, dealer in birds
    242 Turner George, carman
    243 Hall George Frederick, plumber etc
    244 Steel John, beer retailer
    248 Dakin Joseph, wholesale druggist
    249 Heap Andrew Bryce, grocer
    250 Mace Alexander, butcher
    251 & 164 Farr Wm, cheesemonger
    252 Moore William, coffee rooms
    253 Barber William, oil & colorman
    254 Clifford Ashley Allen, grocer
    255 Parkhouse Mrs martha, linen draper
    256 Sanders Benj, pork butcher
    257 Carter Daniel, stationer
    258 Terdre John, toy dealer
    259 Rundell Joshua, ironmonger & gas fitter
    260 Bottjer Gerd, cheesemonger
    261 Fisher Thomas, grocer & cheesemonger
    262 Miller James, watchmaker
    263 Kendall Joseph jun, baker
    264 Mills Robert & Co, grocers & cheesemongers
    265 Burgess James, beer retailer   [Horn of Plenty]

    ... here Wade Street intersects ...
     

    Numbering in 1851 from Kellys Directory, from 237 to 265 Poplar High Street (in opposite numbering direction)

    237 Queens Head, William Finney
    238 Bowen William, linendraper
    239 Kenfell William, clothes dealer
    240 Parsons Charles, baker
    242 Turner George, carman
    243 Clark James, painter & glazier
    248 Dakin Joseph, chem & export druggist
    249 Thorneloe George, grocer
    250 Daunton Benjamin, butcher
    252 Moore Wm, coffee rooms
    253 Shaw Henry, boot & shoemaker
    254 Barber William, oil & colorman
    255 Parkhouse Mrs Martha, linendraper
    256 Pearson George, greengrocer
    257 Carter Daniel, stationer
    258 Whitehead Edward, tailor & outfitter
    259 Rundell Joshua, ironmonger
    260 Bottjer Gerd, cheesemonger
    261 Fisher Thomas, grocer
    262 Miller James, watchmaker
    263 Blachford Charles, baker
    264 Mills Rt, grocer & cheesemonger
    265 Burgess James, beer retailer  [Horn of Plenty]

     

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