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    Poplar High Street, North Side part 6

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    The Post Office Directory, in 1944 from from [what was] 241 to 275 Poplar High Street

    ... here is Cotton Street ...

    265 Ennever Jn, butcher
    267 Sigman Alfred, provision dealer
    269 Turner Fredk Jn, timber dealer
    275 Queens Theatre
     

    Numbering from Kellys Directory, in 1934 from 241 to 275 Poplar High Street

    241 Sun & Sawyers, Andrew Dempster
    243 Fox Mrs Rebecca, chandlers shop
    247 Charlston Geo, fried fish shop
    249, 251 & 253 Brown & Martin Laundry
    255 Stevens Ernest Warrs, dining rooms

    ... here is Cotton Street ...

    265 Macer Frank, butcher
    267 Sigman Mark, provision dealer
    275 Queens Theatre

     

    Numbering from Post Office Directory, in 1915 from 241 to 275 Poplar High Street

    241 Exchange Tavern, Jas Edward Radford
    243 Utz William & Son, butchers
    245 Lakes Joseph, hairdresser
    247 Charlston Geo, fried fish shop
    249, 251 & 253 Brown Mrs Arabella, laundress
    255 Dickinson Williams, coffee rooms

    ... here is Cotton Street ...

    265 Shaw James Herbert, butcher
    267 Nicholls Alfred Wm, cheesemonger
    275 Queens Palace of Varieties, Michael Abrahams
     

    Numbering from Post Office Directory, in 1910 from 241 to 275 Poplar High Street

    241 Exchange Tavern, Mrs Georgina Wickes
    243 Utz William, butcher
    249, 251 & 253 Brown Mrs Arabella, laundress
    255 Dickinson Williams, coffee rooms

    ... here is Cotton Street ...

    267 Nicholls Wm C, cheesemonger
    273 Dent Alfred Henry, beer retailer
    275 Queens Palace of Varieties, Michael Abrahams
     

    Numbering from Post Office Directory, in 1899 from 241 to 275 Poplar High Street

    241 Exchange Tavern, Hy Wickes
    243 Partridge James, butcher
    245 Thompson Mrs Susan, hairdresser
    247 Charrington Mrs Selina, cheesemonger
    249,251 & 253 Brown Mrs Arabella, laundress
    255 Stevens William, coffee room

    ... here is Cotton Street ...

    265 Nicholls William C, butcher
    267 Nicholls Wm C, cheesemonger
    273 Hill Israel, beer retailer
        Queens Palace of Varieties
        Tom Maltby, Wickes, Williams & Co proprietors

     

    Numbering from Post Office Directory, in 1882 from 241 to 279 Poplar High Street

    241 Sun & Sawyers, George West
    243 Moring Edward, butcher
    245 Fowler Alfred, hairdresser
    Morrall Amos, photographer
    247 Draper Mrs Eliza, coffee room
    251 Hitchins Alfred, watchmaker
    255 Price Price Watkin, grocer
    257 Penner John, ironmonger
    259 Kendall Thomas, baker
    Post Office
    261 Gurney Lloyd, outfitter
    263 March Frederick, bootmaker
    271 Parkins John, gasfitter
    273 Webber Charles, beer retailer
    275, 277 & 279 Queens Arms Palace of Varieties & Queens Arms PH, Fredk Abrahams
     

    Numbering from Post Office Directory, in 1869 from 241 to 279 Poplar High Street

    241 Sun & Sawyers, George West
    243 Pritchard john, butcher & shipping butcher
    245 Johnson William, hairdresser
    247 Thomas Morgan, grocer
    249 Farr William, cheesemonger
    253 & 255 Milton E, grocer & oilman
    259 & 45 Kendall Joseph, baker
    267 Binden geo, boot & shoe maker
    269 Chivers Saml, house decorator
    271 Brown Mrs Mary, tobacconist
    277 & 279 Queens Arms, Fdk Abrahams
     

    1861 census directory listing of head of households

    [These entries were not numbered, estimating from 1851 numbering]

    168 James Arter, Victualler [Sun & Sawyers]
    167 Charles Watkins, Butcher
    166 Jane Fowler, Hairdresser
        James Bowler, Cordwainer
        Edward Farr, Cheesemonger
    163 Alfred Levy, Tailor
    162 Edmund Milton
        Walter Larkin, Beer House Keeper
        John Allen, Corn & Flour Dealer
        George Bywater, Fishmonger


    [numbering starts again in census]
    157 William Nowlan, Rigger
        Charles Wykes, Police Pensioner
    156 1/2 George W Churchman, Shipwright
    156 George Binden, Shoe Manufacturer
    155 John Lester, House Builder
    154 George Lester, House Builder
    153 Mary Brown, Toy Dealer
    152 Daniel Brooks, Beer Seller
    151 1/2 Robert G Grimes, Victualler  [Queens Arms]
    150 John Thos Upton, Butcher

    Numbering in 1856 from Post Office Directory, from 150 to 168  Poplar High Street (in opposite numbering direction) direction)

    150 Queens Arms, Conrad Steinhardt
    153 Hall Thomas, beer retailer
    155 Lester John, builder & bricklayer
    156 Baker Mrs Jane, shoe warehouse
    156 1/2 Churchman Geo Wm, linen draper
    159 Mills Thomas, baker
    159 Jeffrey Henry, relieving officer
    160 Meginnes Mrs Johnstone, coffee rooms
    161 & 162 Milton E, grocer & oil & italian wa
    163 Levy Alfred, tailor
    164 & 251 Farr William, cheesemonger
    165 Howling Thomas, bootmaker
    166 Fowler John, hairdresser
    167 Watkins Charles, butcher
    168 Sun & Sawyers, James Arter

     

    Numbering in 1851 from Kellys Directory, from 150 to 168  Poplar High Street (in opposite numbering direction)

    150 Queens Arms, Peter walker
    153 Meginnis Robert, beer retailer
    155 Lester John, builder & bricklayer
    156 Sanders Benjamin, pork butcher
    156 1/2 Churchman Geo Wm, linendraper
    158 Jackson Henry, surveyor
    159 Mills Thomas, baker
    160 Jacob John, boot & shoemaker
    161 Gooch Edmund, hatter & tailor
    162 Milton Edmund, hatter & tailor
    162 1/2 Smith William, grocer
    163 Levy Alfred, tailor
    164 Coombes John, plumber & painter
    165 Howling Thomas, bootmaker
    166 Browne Richard, hairdresser
    168 Sun & Sawyers, Henry Farnes
     

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