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    Poplar High Street, North Side part 4

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    The Post Office Directory, in 1944 from 143 to Newby Place

    143 Blakeneys Head, Sydney G Malden
    151a Sheridan W H & Son Ltd, powder magazine builders
    151 Eagle House (flats)
    153 Peterken H & H G, printers
    161 Aiano Chas & Sons, wire workers
    163 & 188 Shaw G W & Sons Ltd, coopers

    ... here is Poplar Bath Street ...

    167 Elsdon Albt Edward, tobacconist

    ... here is Newby place ...
     

    Numbering from Kellys Directory, in 1934 from 143 to 179 Poplar High Street

    143 Blakeneys Head, John A North
    145 Tanner Geo, draper
    147 Marlton Mrs Edith, confectioner
    151a Hall James, mineral water ma
    153 Peterken H & H G, printers
    161 Aiano Charles & Sons, wire workers
    163 & 188 Shaw G W & Sons Lts, Coopers

    ... here is Bath Street ...

    165 Taplin Alfred, hairdresser
    169 Outram Miss Annie Eliz, dining rooms
    171 Gill Mrs Eliza, cats meat delaer
    173 Evans Jn Gwalia, dairy
    177 Webb Percy A, tobacconist
    179 Wills Sydney Leonard, wireless supplies dealer

    ... here is Newby Place ...
     

    Numbering from Post Office Directory, in 1915 from 143  to 179 Poplar High Street

    143 Blakeneys Head, John Angel North
    145 Tanner Wiliam & Co, carman
    147 James James, smith
    151 Wheeler Edward, beer retailer
    151a Hall James Joseph, mineral water maker
    153 Peterken Henry, printer
    157 & 161 Aiano Charles & Sons, wirw workers
    163 Poplar Star Picture Palace

    ... here is Bath Street ...

    165 Turner Emanuel, hairdresser
    169 Outram Henry, dining rooms
    171 Gill Thomas, cats meat dealer
    173 Moorcraft Wm Alexander, dairy
    177 Reeve Walter, tobacconist
    179 Green Dragon, Walter Wm Wood

    ... here is Newby Place ...
     

    Numbering from Post Office Directory, in 1910 from 143  to 179 Poplar High Street

    143 Blakeneys Head, Francis Hammett North
    145 Tanner Wiliam, greengrocer
    147 James James, smith
    149 Mays Mrs Rosina, confectioner
    151 Askew Edwin Adolphus, beer retailer
    151a Hall James Joseph, mineral water maker
    153 Peterken Henry, printer
    157 & 161 Aiano Charles & Sons, wire workers
    Bethel (Baptist) Chapel

    ... here is Bath Street ...

    165 Jabionski Moses Lewis, hairdresser
    169 Outram Henry, dining rooms
    171 Dewey Charles, wardrobe dealer
    173 Moorcraft Wm Alexander, dairy
    175 Morris Abraham, tailor
    177 Reeve Walter, tobacconist
    179 Green Dragon, Walter Wm Wood

    ... here is Newby Place ...
     

    Numbering from Post Office Directory, in 1899 from 143  to 179 Poplar High Street

    143 Blakeneys Head, Francis Hammond
    145 Tanner William, greengrocer
    147 Casey Pearce, bootmaker
    149 Hopkins William, confectioner
    151 Trimming & Co, brewers
    153 Peterken Henry, printer
    155 Dannenberg Julius, bootmaker
    157 & 161 Aiano Chas & Sons, wire workers
    159 Hardy John, trousers maker
    161 & 157 Aiano Chas & Sons, wire workers
        Bethel (Baptist) Chapel

    ... here is Bath Street ...

    165 Rohwetter Emil, hairdresser
    167 Stevens William, baker
    169 Webb Mrs sarah, coffee room
    171 & 192 Canty Mrs Mary, laundress
    173 Rees Daniel Thomas, dairy
    175 Hawthorn Fredk, chandlers shop
    177 Hart Mrs Rebecca, confectioner
    179 Green Dragon, Walter Wm Wood
    179a Poplar Constitutional Club Co Ltd - Jas Y Mosey, sec

    ... here is Newby Place ...

     

    Numbering from Post Office Directory, in 1882 from 143 to 179 Poplar High Street

    143 Blakeneys Head, Francis Hammett North
    145 Phillips Thomas, builder etc
    147 Gruchy Mrs Eliza, music seller
    149 Smith Charles Wyatt, surgeon
    151 West James & Co, brewers
    153 Peterken Henry, jun printer
    157 Murrell Fredk Geo, wood turner
    159 Potten John, cheesemonger
    161 Aiano Charles, sen wire worker
        BETHEL (Baptist) Chapel

    ... here is Englan Row ...

    165 Rohwetter Emil, hairdresser
    167 Fagg William, baker
    169 Chipcase Wm Thos, chandlers sh
    171 Brown Mrs Arabella, laundress
    173 Vousden Mrs Elizh, confectioner
    175 Dickins George, chemist
    177 Watkins Mrs Mary Ann, tobacconist
    179 Green Dragon Railway Tavern, Edward Davis
     

    Numbering from Post Office Directory, in 1869 from 143 to 179 Poplar High Street

    143 Blakeneys Head, Jas Fk Gibbs
    145 Coleman Edward jun, plumber
    147 Hams Miss Jane, dressmaker
    149 Smith Charles Wyatt, surgeon
    151 & 32 West james, maltster etc
    153 Fruer Richard P, linendraper
    155 Jones david, oilman
    157 Murrell Fredk Geo, wood turner
    159 Bowden John, grocer
    161 Aiano Charles sen, wire worker
    Bethel (Baptist) Chapel
    167 Thorn George, baker
    169 Jacobs Henry, fruiterer
    171 Edroff Henry, coffee rooms
    173 Jones William, butcher
    175 Dickins George, chemist
    177 Johnson Frederick, bootmaker
    179 Green Dragon, Henry john Marsh
     

    1861 census directory listing of head of households

    [Entered as 262 - 272, should be 210 - 224]

    269[217] Blakeneys Head - James F Gibbs, Victualler
    268 Henry Peterken, Compositor & Printer
    267 Thomas Nation, Cordwainer
    266 Charlotte Smith, Licentiate Apothecary
    265 Eagle Brewery - James West
    264 Frederick G G Lines, Draper
    263 Jenkin Evans, Oil & Colorman
    262[210] George J Scott, Engineer Erector


    209 Thomas Finnis, Grocer
    208 John Leathem, Furniture Dealer
    207 William N French, Pawnbroker
    206 Frederick G Murrel, Wood Turner
    205 George Thorne, Master Baker
    204 Richard Lambert, Herbalist
    203 James Taylor, Shipwright
    202 John Robinson, Butcher
    201 George Dickins, Chemist & Druggist
    200 Mary Petit, General Dealer
    198 Green Dragon - George Frederick Wickers

    Numbering in 1856 from Post Office Directory, from 198 to 217 Poplar High Street (in opposite numbering direction)on)

    198 Green Dragon, Thomas Graves
    200 Pettet William, chandlers shop
    201 White Thomas, window blind maker
    202 Gain David, butcher
    203 Thompson John, toy dealer
    204 Samson John Thomas, straw hat maker
    205 Thorn George, baker
    206 Murrell fredk George, wood turner
    207 French & Ogilvie, pawnbrokers
    Bethel Baptist Chapel
    208 Eagleton John, boot maker
    209 Smith Walter, grocer
    210 Gaster Misses S & E, fancy stationers
    211 Ellison John, furniture dealer
    212 Davy James, linen draper etc
    213 West James, brewer
    214 Davies Edward jackson, linen draper
    215 Nation Thos Wm, boot & shoe maker
    216 Fordham Robert John, chemist
    217 Blakeneys Head, Richard Seaton
     

    Numbering in 1851 from Kellys Directory, from 198 to 217 Poplar High Street (in opposite numbering direction)

    198 Green Dragon, Thos Graves
    199 Meseena John Nathaniel, surgeon
    201 White Thomas, window blind maker
    202 Bigg William, butcher
    203 Thompson John, stationer
    204 Cooper Wm, straw hat & bonnet maker
    205 Thorn George, baker
    206 Barnett George Thomas, grocer
    207 French & Ogilvie, pawnbrokers
    208 Peterken Henry James, printer
    209 Smith Walter, grocer
    210 Eagleton John, bootmaker
    211 Holden Charles, greengrocer
    212 Davy James, linendraper etc
    213 West James Wm, brewer
    214 & 176 Hardy & Weighton, stationers
    215 Nation Thos Wm, boot & shoemaker
    216 Lovell Fredk, chemist & druggist
    217 Blakeneys Head, Wm Jas Daviss
     

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