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    Poplar High Street, North Side part 3

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    The Post Office Directory, in 1944 from Hale Street intersection to 143 Poplar High Street

    ... here is Hale Street ...

        Poplar Recreation Ground
        St Matthias Church - Evans Rev Hugh Llewelyn (The Vicarage)
    117 Poplar District Supt Registrars Office

    ... here is Woodstock Terrace ...

    119 Nabi Mrs Ivy, refreshment rooms

    ... here is Finchs Court ...

    127 Poplar Coroners Court

    ... here is Cottage Street ...

    137 Hart Geo Wm, chandlers shop
    143 Blakeneys Head, Sydney G Malden
     

    Numbering from Kellys Directory, in 1934 from Hale Street intersection to 143 Poplar High Street

    ... here is Hale Street ...

    103 Silverman Percy, newsagent
    105 OLeary Fredk, boot & shoe repair
    107 Baker G L, motor haulage controller
        Poplar Recreation Ground
        St Matthias Church - Evans Rev Hugh Llewelyn (The Vicarage)
    117 Poplar (Borough of Council Offices)

    ... here is Woodstock Road ...

    125 & 5 Wilby P R & Co, bedding makers

    ... here is Finch Court ...

    135 Poplar Mortuary & Coroners Court

    ... here is Cottage Street ...

    137 Hart Geo Wm, chandlers shop
    143 Blakeneys Head, John A North

    Numbering from Post Office Directory, in 1915 from 95 to 143 Poplar High Street


    95 Queens Head, Wm Chas Branch
    103 Blagg Fredk Robt, newsagent
        Poplar Recreation Ground
        St Matthias Church - Roberts Rev Morris AKCL (The Vicarage)
    117 Poplar(Borough of Council Offices)
        Leonard Potts, town clerk
        Charles H Shillinglaw, chief clerk
        Harley Heckford MLCR, borough surveyor
        Jas Buteux Skeggs, borough accountant

    ... here is Woodstock Road ...

    119 Levitt Miss Esther, juvenile clothier
    121 & 123 Farr William, oiled waterproof clothing maker
    125 East India Arms, Mrs Alice Maud Mary Petterson

    ... here is Finch Court ...

    135 Poplar Mortuary & Coroners Court

    ... here is Cottage Street ...

    137 Jacobs Mrs Alice, chandlers shop
    143 Blakeneys Head, John Angel North
     

    Numbering from Post Office Directory, in 1910 from 95 to 143 Poplar High Street

    ... here is Hale Street ...

    95 Queens Head, Thos Fitzgerald
    101 Wardle Mrs Ellen, laundress
    103 Blagg Fredk Robt, newsagent
    107 & 170 to 176 Pickfords Ltd, cars
        Poplar Recreation Ground
        St Matthias Church - Roberts Rev Morris(St Matthews Vicarage)
    117 Poplar (Borough of Council Offices)
        Leonard Potts, town clerk
        Charles H Shillinglaw, chief clerk
        Harley Heckford MLCR, borough surveyor
        W Maxfield Mead, borough accountant

    ... here is Woodstock Road ...

    119 Levitt Mrs Emily, juvenile clothier
    121 & 123 Farr William, oiled waterproof clothing maker
    125 East India Arms, Mrs Alice Maud Mary Petterson

    ... here is Finch Court ...

    ... here is Cottage Street ...

    137 Bays George, chandlers shop
    143 Blakeneys Head, Francis Hammett North
     

    Numbering from Post Office Directory, in 1899 from 95 to 143 Poplar High Street

    95 Queens Head, Thos Fitzergerald
    101 Wardle Mrs Ellen, laundress
    103 Moffatt Frederick, newsagent
    107 Pickford & Co, carriers
    115 Christian Community Mission Hall
        Poplar Recreation Ground
        St Matthias Church - Neil Reve Chas M S (Vicarage)
        Neil Charles jun (Vicarage)
    117 Board of Works for the Poplar District
        Leonard Potts, clerk to the Board
        C H Shillgaw, assistant clerk & accountant
        Oliver E Winter, chief of surveyors department
        Alfd Blackman, electical engineer
        F W Alexander & Russell M Talbot, medical officers of health
        William Charles Young FCS, FIC analytical chemist
        Richard Eustace Miners, inspector of nuisance
        William Boyce, inspector of nuisance
        Cephas Foad, inspector of nuisance
        Frdk Joseph Anthony, inspector of nuisance
        A J Field, inspector of nuisance
        Jas Bullock, inspector of nuisance
        Clarence W Raymond, inspector of canal boats & nuisance in factories
        Benjamin Rogers, inspector of work
        Frederick McCarthy, inspector of work
        Josiah Williams, inspector of work
        T B Folkes, hall keeper
        Pillar Letter Box

    ... here is Woodstock Road ...


    119 Levitt Mrs Emily, juvenile clothier
    121 & 123 Farr William, oiled waterproof clothing maker
    125 East India Arms, Fredk Jn Lane

    ... here is Finch Court ...

    127 Pyne George, coal dealer

    ... here is Cottage Street ...

    137 Ald James, chandlers shop
    143 Blakeneys Head, Francis Hammond

     

    Numbering from Post Office Directory, in 1882 from 95 to 143 Poplar High Street

    95 Queens Head, George Bradnam
    97 Mitchell Henry, plasterer
    99 Wenden Robert, bootmaker
    101 Brewster Mrs Grace, chandler
    103 Westley John, dairyman
    107 Taite John Magnus, shipwright
    Pickford & Co Stables
    115 Holmes James Wm, beer retailer
        Poplar Recreation Ground
        St Matthias Church -Neil Rev Chas M A (Parsonage)
    117 Board of Works (Poplar district, Wm Henry Farnfield, clerk
         Young Wm Chas FCS FIC, analytical chemist
         Pillar Letter Box

    ... here is Woodstock Road ...

    119 Felton Thomas, corn chandler
    121 & 123 Farr William, oiled waterproof clothing maker
    125 East India Arms, Wm Josiah Knight

    ... here is Finch Court ...

    Strawson George, chimney sweep (2 Finch Court)
    133 Brown Joseph, tinman

    ... here is Cottage Street ...

          Broadmeadow Samuel, beer retailer (Cottage Street)
    143 Blakeneys Head, Francis Hammett North

    Numbering from Post Office Directory, in 1869 from 95 to 143 Poplar High Street

    95 Queens Head, Joseph Hocking
    97 Bridges John, plumber
    99 Ward Joseph, dealer in birds
    101 Heaman Mrs Grace, chandlers shop
    103 Bremridge Alfred, venetian blind maker
    107 Merryweather john, corn dealer
    109 Champion Wm, cab proprietor
    109 Parkinson Hy W, stevedore & rigger
    111 Earl Thomas Jackson, clogger

    ... here is Poplar Recreation Ground ...

        St Matthias Church
            Kitto Rev John Fenwick BA (parsonage)

    ... here is Woodstock Road ...

    119 Beckett Edmund, corn merchant
    121 Crockett John, upholsterer
    123 Pearson Henry, furniture dealer
    125 East India Arms, Wm C Aves

    ... here is Finch Court ...

    129 Holford John, coffee rooms
    131 Austin George, greengrocer
    133 Cornell Henry, dyer
    135 Shead Percival, baker

    ... here is Cottage Street ...

        Putt Saml, ship smith (Cottage Street)
        Andrews Simn, beer retailer (Cottage Street)
    137 Jennings Stephen, greengrocer
    139 Standfast Mrs Ann, confectioner
    141 Kelly Daniel, shoemaker
    143 Blakeneys Head, Jas Fk Gibbs
     

    1861 census directory listing of head of households

    234 William Henman, Ship Joiner
    233 Griffin Cartledge, Greengrocer
    232 Emma Powell, Fancy Repository
    231 John Merryweather, Corn Dealer
    229 Job Laurence, Grocer
    229 John Crockett, Upholsterer
    228 David Jones, Draper
    226 Joseph Walker, Furniture Dealer
    225 East India Arms - William Aves

    [Entered in census as 262 - 272, should be in range 210 - 224]
    272[224] Edward Trenaman, Green Grocer
    271 Ann Stanford, Confectioner
    270 John Taylor, Dealer in Animals
    269[217] Blakeneys Head - James F Gibbs, Victualler

    Numbering in 1856 from Post Office Directory, from 217 to 237 Poplar High Street (in opposite numbering direction)

    217 Blakeneys Head, Richard Seaton
    219 jay William, boot & shoe maker
    218 Taylor John, foreign bird dealer
    219 1/2 Jennings Stephen, greengrocer
    220 Gullen Alexander, baker
    221 Flower Miss sarah, confectioner
    222 Austin George, greengrocer
    223 Holford John, coffee rooms
    224 Morris Joseph, boot & shoe maker
    225 East India Arms, John Emmerson
    226 Good Joseph Henry jun, architect & district surveyor
        East India Co.s Almhouses
        East India Co.s Chapel
            Rev Fredk Hamilton MA min
            Rev Richard Parnell MA curate
    229 Hamilton Rev Frederck MA
    230 & 71a Daniell Thos B, ship & ho smith
    230 Walton James, grocer
    230 1/2 White James george, whitesmith
    231 Merryweather John, corn dealer
    232 Leverton John Henry, carver & gilder
    233 Haysman William, greengrocer
    234 Chandler Edward Freek, stationer
    Post Office Receiving House
    235 Stevenson John, hairdresser
    236 Wiggs Mrs Keziah, slopseller
    237 Queens Head, William Finney

     

    Numbering in 1851 from Kellys Directory, from 217 to 237 Poplar High Street (in opposite numbering direction)

    217 Blakeneys Head, Wm Jas Daviss
    219 Jay Thos & Wm, boot & shoemakers
    219 1/2 Mace Charles, butcher
    220 Gullen Alexander, baker
    221 Pounder Thomas, hardwareman
    224 Morris Joseph, boot & shoemaker
    225 East India Arms, William Blake
    225 1/2 Sansbury Thos, school
    226 Good John Henry, architecht & district surveyor
    228 Stock Edward esq
        East India Co's Almhouses
    230 & 71 1/2 Daniell Thos B, ship & ho smith
    230 Walton James, teadealer
    231 Merryweather John, corn dealer
    231 1/2 Hole Joseph, mason & pavior
    232 Welldon William, butcher
    233 Waterson Joseph John, tobacconist
    234 Chandler Edward Freak, stationer
    234 POST OFFICE Receiving house - Edwd Freak Chandler, receiver
    235 Jones James, staymaker
    236 Wiggs Francis, slopseller
    237 Queens Head, William Finney
     

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