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    Poplar High Street, North Side part 5

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    The Post Office Directory, in 1944 from 179 to 241 Poplar High Street

    ... here is Newby place ...

    Commodore House (council flats)
    197, 199 & 201 Miller J Ltd, bakers
    St James House (flats)

    ... here is Bazely Street ...

    227 Drew Chas Hy, stationer
    Post, Money Order & Telephone Call Office & Saving Bank
    229 Ritchie Sydney Walter, baker
    231 Maxwell Laundries
    233 Cox Edward, valeting service

    ... here is Cotton Street ...
     

    Numbering from Kellys Directory, in 1934 from 179 to 241 Poplar High Street

    179 Wills Sydney Leonard, wireless supplies dealer

    ... here is Newby Place ...

    189 Nabi Ghulam, silk merchant
    191 Bentley Jn, chandlers shop

    ... here is Collins Place ...

    193 Pyne George, greengrocer
    195 Cooper Jn, fried fish shop
    197, 199 & 201 Miller J Ltd, bakers
    209 Goldberg D, chandlers shop

    ... here is Commodore Court ...

    213 Davidson Jacob, chandlers shop
    215 Kramer Mrs Liza, clothier
    217 Slade R J, newsagent
    219 Visokle Samuel, tailor
    221 Cohen Abraham. haberdasher
    223 Diploma Laundry Ltd

    ... here is Bow Lane ...

    225 & 246 to 256 Wickes Henry & Sons Ltd, shipping butchers
    227 Drew Chas Hy, stationer
    Post, Money Order & Telephone Call Office & Saving Bank
    229 Ritchie Sydney Walter, baker
    231 Maxwell Laundries Ltd
    233 Cox Edward, valeting service
    241 Sun & Sawyers, Andrew Dempster

    Numbering from Post Office Directory, in 1915 from 179 to 241 Poplar High Street

    179 Green Dragon, Walter Wm Wood

    ... here is Newby Place ...

    189 Collins Thomas Steward, confectioner
    Clarke Benjamin John, chimney sweeper (1 Collins Place)
    193 Pyne George, greengrocer
    195 Tremain George, fried fish shop
    197 Bailey James, chandlers shop
    201 East London Cake Co
    203,205 & 207 Oyler Thos & Geo, lodging house
    209 Red Lion, Edward Henry Tyler
    ? Amalgamated Sciety of Engine Drivers & Firemen, both land & marine
    S Fleetwood, sec
    217 Dowle Mrs Matilda, newsagent
    219 Goldberg John & son, picture frame makers
    221 Beal Richard, scale maker
    223 Eldridge Sidney, corn dealer

    ... here is Bow Lane ...

    227 Home & Colonial Stores Ltd
    229 Gilbert Charles John, baker
    Post, Money Order & Telephone Call Office & Saving Bank
    231 Richards & Co, sheet metal workers
    235 Weeden James, bootmaker
    237 Peacock Percy, chemist
    239 Covelley Henry, greengrocer
    241 Exchange Tavern, Jas Edward Radford

     

    Numbering from Post Office Directory, in 1910 from 179 to 241 Poplar High Street

    179 Green Dragon, Walter Wm Wood

    ... here is Newby Place ...

    191 Peterson Mrs Esther, confectioner
    Clarke Benjamin John, chimney sweeper (1 Collins Place)
    195 Tremain George, fried fish shop
    197 Bailey James, chandlers shop
    199 & 201 East London Cake Co
    203,205 & 207 Oyler Thos & Geo, lodging house
    209 Old Commodore, Edward Henry Tyler
    213 Nash John Henry, boot maker
    215 Platto Dominico, hairdresser
    217 Dowle Mrs Matilda, newsagent
    219 Goldberg John, picture frame maker
    221 Beal Richard, scale maker
    223 Clifford William, corn dealer

    ... here is Bow Lane ...

    225 Buckley Samuel, wardrobe dealer
    227 Home & Colonial Stores Ltd
    229 Gilbert Charles John, baker
    Post, Money Order & Telephone Call Office & Saving Bank
    233 Landor, Shutes & Co, sauce mas
    235 Weeden James, bootmaker
    237 Peacock Percy, chemist
    239 Coveley Henry, fruiterer
    241 Exchange Tavern, Mrs Georgina Wickes
     

    Numbering from Post Office Directory, in 1899 from 179 to 241 Poplar High Street

    179 Green Dragon, Walter Wm Wood
    179a poplar Constitutional Club Co Ltd - Jas Y Mosey, sec

    ... here is Newby Place ...

    189 Kaye Thomas, timber merchant
    191 ...per Henry, confectioner
    Clarke Benjamin John, chimney sweeper (1 Collins Place)
    193 Scruton Thomas, greengrocer
    195 Bourne Joseph, fried fish shop
    197 Hewlett Mrs Emilia Charlotte, chandlers shop
    199 Raitt Horatio William, hatter
    201 Bohs John Henry Chas. baker
    203,205 & 207 Oyler Thos & Geo, lodging house
    209 Old Commodore, John Christopher Armstrong
    213 Dowle Robert & Son, bootmakers
    215 Schoenfeld Adolph, tobacconist
    217 Reed Benj Saml, house decorator
    219 Goldberg Isaac, picture frame maker
    221 Beal Richard, scale maker
    223 Carter Brothers, corn dealers

    ... here is Bow Lane ...

    225 Kemsley frederick, greengrocer
    227 Home & Colonial Stores Ltd
    229 Gilbert Charles John, baker
    Post Office, Money Order Office & savings bank
    231 Comor & Halpern, who confectioers
    235 Weeden James, bootmaker
    237 Peacock Persy, chemist
    239 Wortley Richard, undertaker
    241 Exchange Tavern, Hy Wickes

     

    Numbering from Post Office Directory, in 1882 from 179 to 241 Poplar High Street

    179 Green Dragon Railway Tavern, Edward Davis
    181 & 183 Raitt Wm Henry, hat ma

    ... here is Newby Place ...

    187 Youthed Henry, coffee rooms
    189 Allen Miss Sophia, milliner
    191 Bland Alfred Thomas, grocer
    193 Beadman James, coffee house
    195 Biggs Mrs Mary Ann, confectioner
    199 Gerlach Carl, hairdresser
    201 Oyler Thos & Geo, bakers
    203, 205 & 207 Oyler Thomas & George (St James Chambers)
    209 Old Commodore, Wm F Lake
    211 Gregg Robert, coffee rooma
    215 Sheppard John Aslett, tobacconist
    217 Robson & Scott, iron cement ma
    Robson Jno Wordsworth, artist
    219 Goodman Thomas, bootmaker
    221 Drapper Wm, china, glass etc delaer
    223 Carter Brothers, corn dealers

    ... here is Bow Lane ...

    225 Beach Geo & Benjn, ironmongers
    227 Freeman Henry, tailor
    229 Chamberlain Robert, plumber
    231 & 233 Gannaway Fredk, grocer
    235 Revell john, hatter
    237 Peacock Percy, chemist
    239 Wortley Richard, undertaker
    241 Sun & Sawyers, George West
     

    Numbering from Post Office Directory, in 1869 from 179 to 241 Poplar High Street

    179 Green Dragon, Henry John Marsh
    181 & 183 Matthews john Wm, hat maker

    ... here is Newby Place ...

    187 Abbott William, outfitter
    189 Hilton Thomas, pewterer
    191 Bowman William, confectioner
    193 Nokes Henry, coffee house
    195 Biggs Mrs Mary Ann, chandlers shop
    197 March Frederick, bootmaker
    203 Self Chas Matthew, auctioneer
    207 Karby John Heaton, painter
    209 Old Commodore, Wm F Lukes
    211 Midmer Henry, coffee rooms
    213 Barrett William, bootmaker
    215 Morgan Mrs Ann, baker
    217 Prosser Evan, builder
    219 Goodman Thomas, bootmaker
    221 Davies Henry, glass & china dealer
    223 Carter Brothers, corn dealers

    ... here is Bow Lane ...

    225 Beach Geo & Benjn, ironmongers
    227 Freeman henry, tailor
    229 Bark Henry, boot & shoe maker
    231 & 233 Holton Fredk, linen draper
    235 Revell John, hatter
    237 Peacock Hamerton, chemist
    239 Page William, pie shop
    241 Sun & Sawyers, George West
     

    1861 census directory listing of head of households

    198 Green Dragon - George Frederick Pickers
    196 George Browman Smith, Hatter
    195 Sarah Hurdy, Stationer
    193 William Abbotts, Outfitter
    192 Charles Minton, Railway Porter
    192 George Plummer, hairdresser
    191 James Weston, Ship Joiner
    190 George Green, Coffee House Keeper
    189 Mary Ann Biggs, Householder
    188 Frederick March, Shopman
    188 John Healey, General Dealer
    187 Charles Plummer, Butcher
    185 & 186 Charles Self, Auctioneer
    184 John Kirby, Plumber
    183 The Old Commodore, Harriet Blackman, Licensed Victualler
    182 Henry Midmas ??, Whitesmith
    181 William Basset, Boot & Shoe Maker
    180 William Robert Morgan, Master Baker
    179 Harriet Stevens, General Dealer
    178 Thomas Goodman, Boot & Shoe Maker
    177 Henry Davies, Earthenware dealer
    174 James Everett, Corn & Flour dealer

    [These entries were not numbered, estimating  from 1851 numbering]
    176 George beach, Ironmonger
    174 Henry Bark, Boot Maker
    173 Catherine Lowe, House Keeper
    171 William Paddington, Super Permit Waiter
    170 Ham R Peacock, Pharmaceutical Chemist
    169 Jphn R Wynne, Pie House Keeper
    168 James Arter, Victualler [Sun & Sawyers]

    Numbering in 1856 from Post Office Directory, from 168 to 198 Poplar High Street (in opposite numbering direction)

    168 Sun & Sawyers, James Arter
    169 Chambers Mrs sarah, fishmonger
    170 Peacock Hamerton Richard, chemist
    171 Pattenden Wm, agent to Phoenix off
    172 & 173 Hollick John & Edwin, linen drapers
    174 Bark henry, boot & shoe maker
    175 Freeman Henry, tailor
    176 Beach George, ironmonger

    ... here Bow lane intersects ...

    176 Evennett James, corn dealer
    177 Ward Geo Wm, glass & china dealer
    178 Goodman Thomas, boot 7 shoe maker
    179 Stevens Mrs harriet, greengrocer
    180 Morgan William Robert, baker
    181 Barrett William, boot maker
    182 Molson John Grundy, oil 7 colorman
    183 Old Commodore, Timothy Blackman
    184 Karby John Heaton, painter 7 glazier
    186 Self Charles, auctioneer & cabinet maker
    187 Watson Joseph, butcher
    188 Healey John, saw & tool maker
    188 1/2 Chipcase Joseph, boot & shoe maker
    189 Biggs Mrs Mary Ann, chandlers shop
    190 Collier Mrs Ann, coffee rooms
    191 Pattenden John, confectioner
    192 Dawson Henry Edward, boot maker
    193 Abbott William, outfitter
    195 Hardy James & Co, stationers
    195 Attwood John Borman, civil engineer
    196 Matthews John Pearce, hat manufacturer
    198 Green Dragon, Thomas Graves
     

    Numbering in 1851 from Kellys Directory, from 168 to 198 Poplar High Street (in opposite numbering direction)

    168 Sun & Sawyers, Henry Farnes
    169 Chambers William, fishmonger
    170 Peacock Hamerton Rd, chemist etc
    171 Pattenden Wm, agent to Phoenix off
    172 & 173 Hollick John & E, linendrapers
    174 Bark Joseph, boot & shoemaker
    175 Freeman Henry, tailor
    176 Beach George, ironmonger

    ... here Bow lane intersects

    176 & 214 Hardy & Weighton, stationers
    177 Ward George, glass & china dealer
    178 Peacock Robert, boot & shoemaker
    180 Morgan William Robert, baker
    181 Pow Thomas, pork butcher
    182 Hamond Charles, oil & colorman
    183 Old Commodore, Edward Kempton
    184 Karby John Eaton, glazier
    186 Self Charles, auctioneer
    187 Fardell Thos jun, butcher & carman
    188 Harding Benjamin, greengrocer
    189 Weaver Richard, outfitter
    190 Collier James, coffee rooms
    191 Smith Samuel, confectioner
    192 Davis James, cheesemonger
    193 Abbott William, outfitter
    198 Green Dragon, Thos Graves
     

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