• Home
  • London Pub History
  • London Pubology
  • Some ads & my pub pages

    UK Pub history research and London historical street directory

    Search the historical London street directory, and London pub history site including early street addresses in London through the Victorian pub history of London. This search engine is not brilliant, try address searches in the main google search to get better results. Searches on people names do appear to work, I think. Let me know!

    Poplar High Street, South Side part 1

    Back to index     part 2

    The Post Office Directory, in 1944 from 2 to 26  Poplar High Street & Dingle Lane intersection

    ... here is Hanbury Place ...

    10 Cork Sectional Co Ltd, cork insulation manufacturers

    ... here is Dingle Lane ...
     

    Numbering  from Kellys Directory, in 1934 from 2 to 26  Poplar High Street & Dingle Lane intersection

    ... here is Hanbury Place ...

    2 Warrendein Mrs Sarah J, tobacconist
    4 Brown Mrs Lily, cats meat dealer
    8 & 336 Palmer G J & Sons, wharfingers
    8 & 10 Service A E J & Co Ltd, lightermen
    12 Bond Thos Fredk, miscellaneous dealer
    14 Snodgrass Edward M, dining rooms
    16 Shnere Israel, secondhand clothier
    18 Snodgrass Edward M, fried fish shop
    20 Waeland Arth, fruiterer
    22 Hone & Bryan, bakers
    24 Wilmott Ernest, confectioner
    26 Lee Mrs Bessie, draper

    ... here is Dingle Lane ...

    Numbering from Post Office Directory,in 1915 from 2 to 28 Poplar High Street & Dingle Lane intersection

    2 Warradein Wm Hy, tobacconist
    4 McKewen Mrs Elizabeth, cats meat dealer
    8 Palmer Mrs Selina, provision merchant
    10 Palmer G J & Son, general merchants
    12 Chivers Courtain Thos, coroners officer & undertaker
    14 Deeks Joseph, coffee room
    16 Harley Walter Edward, fishmonger
    20 Ferrigno Laurence, fruiterer
    22 Harding Sydney Richard, baker
    24 & 13a Whale Joshua Samuel & Sons, confectioners
    26 Patterson Mrs Louisa, wardrobe dealer
    28 Kelsey William, boot repairer
            London County Council School

    ... here is Dingle Lane ...

    Numbering from Post Office Directory,in 1910 from 2 to 30 Poplar High Street & Dingle Lane intersection

    2 Warradein Wm Hy, tobacconist
    6 Palmer George Joseph & Sons, boot makers
    8 Palmer George Joseph & Sons, provision merchant
    10 Palmer George Joseph & Sons, russia mat merchants
    12 Chivers Courtain Thos, coroners officer & undertaker
    14 Deeks Joseph, coffee room
    16 Harley Walter Edward, fishmonger
    22 Harding Sydney Richard, baker
    24 & 13a Whale Joshua Samuel & Sons, confectioners
    26 Patterson Mrs Louisa, wardrobe dealer
    30 Brett William Thos, fried fish shop

    ... here is Dingle Lane ...
     

    Numbering from Post Office Directory,in 1899 from 2 to 28 Poplar High Street & Dingle Lane intersection

    2 Warradein Abraham, tobacconist
    4 Whitbread Samuel, outfitter
    6 Palmer Geo Joseph jun, bootmaker
    8 Palmer geo Joseph, provision merchant
    10 Palmer Geo Joseph, russia mat merchant
    12 Chivers Courtain Thos, coroners officer & undertaker
    14 Deeks Joseph, coffee rooms
    16 Harley walter Edward, fishmonger
    18 & 13a Whale Joshua Samuel, confectioner
    20 Millett Miss kate, haberdasher
    22 James Henry Hewer, baker
    24 Downham Geo Abraham, grocer
    26 & 28 Wilby Rbt Parker, upholsterer

    ... here is Dingle Lane ...
     

    Numbering from Post Office Directory,in 1882 from 2 to 28 Poplar High Street & Dingle Lane intersection

    2 Warradein Abraham, tobacconist
    4 Gaisford Thomas, gasfitter
    6 Petty Hy Wilson, confectioner
    8 Spencer Wm Ball, marine artist
    12 Westbrook & Chivers, undertakers
    14 Harley Ephraim, coffee room
    16 Mumford William, fishmonger
    18 & 20 James Henry Hewer, baker
    22 French Harry, house decorator
    24 Day James, beer retailer
    26 Pointer William, chandlers shop
    28 & 73 Feltwell James, greengrocer

    ... here is Dingle lane ...


    1871 census to be added not necessarily complete)

    28 James Feltwell, Greengrocer
    26 Mary Coomber, General Dealer
    24 Arthur Gibson, Publican
    22 Thomas Rose, Furniture Dealer
    20 Ann Lloyd, Eating House Keeper
    18 George Farquarson, Baker
    16 Albert Bath, Shoemaker
    14 Joseph Mumford, Coffee House Keeper
    12 George A Westbrook, Undertaker
    8 William Hempleman, Ship Smith
    4 Joseph Stroud, Gas Fitter
    2 Robert Smythe, Shipwright
     

    Numbering from Post Office Directory,in 1869 from 2 to 28 Poplar High Street & Dingle Lane intersection

    2 Stroud Joseph Samuel, gas fitter
    6 Lamude William, tailor
    8 & 10 Hempelman Wm, shipsmith
    8a Griffiths Jas, marine store dealer
    10 Philo George, packing case maker
    14 Westbrook George, undertaker
    18 Patrick David, baker
    22 Rose Thomas, furniture dealer
    24 Gibson Arthur, beer retailer
    26 Coombes Mrs Mary, grocer
    28 Pearce Wm John, greengrocer

    ... here is Dingle Lane ...
     

    1861 census directory listing of head of households

    10 M McKilip?, Beer Shop Keeper
    9 Charles Mann, Foreman Timber Merchants
    7 & 8 Henry Combes. Master Plumber & Painter
    6 Richard Smith, Master Bricklayer
    5 Thomas Rose, Furniture Dealer
    3 & 4 Richard Belchar, Baker & Potato Dealer
    2 James Tomlinson, Master Grocer
    1 Mary Payne, Milk Dealer
     

    Numbering in 1856 from Post Office Directory, from 1 to 10 Poplar High Street (in opposite direction)

    1 Green Allen, gasfitter
    1 Watts Joseph, chemist
    2 Moss Abraham, shell merchant
    2 Tomlinson James, grocer
    3 Belchar Richard, baker
    4 Belchar Richard, potatoe dealer
    5 Griffiths James, marine store dealer
    6 Birks Mrs Mary Ann, beer retailer
    7 & 8 Coombes Hy, plumber, painter etc
    10 Smith John, grocer & cheesemonger
     

    Numbering in 1851 from Kellys Directory, from 1 to 10 Poplar High Street (in opposite direction)

    1 Green Allen, gasfitter
    1 Hardwick Thomas, hairdresser
    1 Gates & Horne, builders
    1 Jeve Wm, cabinet maker & upholsterer
    2 Moss Abraham, curiosity dealer
    2 Tomlinson James, grocer
    3 & 4, Belchar Richard, baker
    5 Flynn Terence Staines, ironmonger
    6 Birks Thomas Cobley, beer shop
    8 Coombes Henry, plumber, painter etc
    10 Smith John, grocer & cheesemonger

     

  • Home
  • Pub Research
  • Early Southwark pubs history
  • WW1 Research
  • 1918 Armistice
  • Licensed Victuallers Association
  • Accessible Rail Transport
  • Grand Junction Canal Pub History
  • Cosford database Suffolk
  • Pub history on the River Thames
  • Maps of the UK
  • Anatomy Act 1832
  • London & Home counties :
  • London Pub History
  • London Pubology
  • Essex pub history
  • Hertfordshire Pub History
  • Kent Pub History
  • Middlesex Pub History
  • Sussex Pub History
  • Surrey Pub History
  • Croydon Pub History
  • Berkshire Pub History
  • Buckinghamshire Pub History
  • East Anglia:
  • Bedfordshire Pub History
  • Cambridgeshire Pub History
  • Huntingdonshire Pub History
  • Lincolnshire Pub History
  • Rutland Pub History
  • Suffolk Pub History
  • Northamptonshire Pub History
  • South & South West :
  • Cornwall Pub History
  • Devon Pub History
  • Dorset Pub History
  • Gloucestershire Pub History
  • Hampshire Pub History
  • Isle of Wight Pub History
  • Oxfordshire Pub History
  • Somerset Pub History
  • Wiltshire Pub History
  • North & Midlands :
  • Cumberland Pub History
  • Derbyshire Pub History
  • Durham Pub History
  • Lancashire Pub History
  • Leicestershire Pub History
  • Northumberland Pub History
  • Nottinghhamshire Pub History
  • Shropshire Pub History
  • Staffordshire Pub History
  • Warwickshire Pub History
  • Yorkshire Pub History

  • And Last updated on: Saturday, 01-Apr-2017 16:37:45 BST