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    Poplar High Street, South Side part 3

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    The Post Office Directory, in 1944 from 70 to 108  Poplar High Street

    70 Green Man, Horace D Sheppard & H E Hastings
    Council Flats

    ... here is Stoneyard Lane ...
     

    Numbering  from Kellys Directory, in 1934 from 70 to 108  Poplar High Street

    ... here is Dolphin Lane ...

    70 Becker Louis, chandlers shop

    ... here is Stoneyard Lane ...

    86 Poplar Institution (LCC)
    86 LCC Public Assistance Dept, Relief Office
    92 Cruskall Henry, Draper
    96 Lapscombe Albert, dairy
    98 Tartagliona Francesco, fruiterer
        Poplar Institution (LCC)

    ... here is Bickmore Street ...

    101 Read Wm Rt, chandlers shop
    108 Spotted Dog, Joseph Magnus

    Numbering from Post Office Directory,in 1915 from 70 to 108 Poplar High Street

    ... here is Dolphin Lane ...

    ... here is the entry to Poplar workhouse ...

    90 Nash William George, builder
    92 Varney William, tin plate worker
    96 Toms Josiah, dairy
        Poplar Borough workhouse
            Walter Mills Ball, master
            Mrs Beatrice Mary Ball, matron
    100 Kennard & Son, cork manufacturers

    ... here is Bickmore Street ...

    104 Gallier Mrs Hannah, chandlers shop
    108 Spotted Dog, Mrs Frances Heayslip

     

    Numbering from Post Office Directory,in 1910 from 70 to 108 Poplar High Street

    ... here is Dolphin Lane ...

    ... here is the entry to Poplar workhouse ...

    88 Lamont John
    90 Nash William George & John Henry, builders
    92 Varney William, tin plate worker
    96 Toms Josiah & Son, dairy
    Poplar Workhorse
    Walter Mills Ball, master
    Mrs Beatrice Mary Ball, matron
    100 Kennard & Son, cork manufacturers

    ... here is Bickmore Street ...

    104 Gallier Mrs Hannah, chandlers shop
    106 Green Thomas, marine store dealer
    108 Spotted Dog, Geo Henry Jones
     

    Numbering from Post Office Directory,in 1899 from 70 to 108 Poplar High Street

    ... here is Dolphin Lane ...

    70 Bruce James Hastings, boot maker
    76 Varney John, greengrocer
    78 Holmes David Thomas, confectioner
    80 Day Mrs Eliz Henrietta, herbalist

    ... here is entrance to Poplar workhouse ...

    84 toms Josiah, cow keeper
    88 Pounder George Wm, upholsterer
    90 Nash William John, plumber
    96 Bastain Wm & Son, life buoy mas
    98 Beswick Wm sen, deal table ma
    All Saints National School (Upper Grade)
        Poplar workhouse
            Wm A Madeley, master
            Mrs E Madeley, matron

    ... here is Bickmore Street ...

    104 Gallier Mrs Hannah, chandlers shop
    106 Midmer Henry jun, dining rooms
    108 Spotted Dog, Mrs Jane Frances Craighead
     

    Numbering from Post Office Directory,in 1882 from 70 to 108 Poplar High Street

    .. here is Dolphin Lane ....

    70 & 66 Goold Edwd, furniture dealer
    72 & 74 Black Horse, Charles Manzi
    76 Atkinson Thomas, greengrocer
    78 Holmes David Thos, confectioner

    here is the Parish stoneyard

    84 Toms Josiah, cow keeper
    86 Gibbons John, jun, cooper
    88 Buchan Horace David jun, marine store dealer
    90 Nash William John, plumber
    92 Hardegen Frederick, tailor
    94 Knight Thomas, baker
    96 Snoulten Wm Grove, life buoy ma
    98 Smith E & Co, corn chandlers
    All Saints Boys School (Upper Grade)
        Poplar workhouse
            Alfred Deason, master
            James Ripley Collins, clerk to guardians
    100 & 102 Hollington Thos Wm, pawnbroker

    ... here is Bickmore Street ....

    104 Holland Henry, chandlers shop
    106 Jefferson Robert, coffee house
    108 Spotted Dog, Henry Reynolds


    Numbering from Post Office Directory,in 1869 from 70 to 108 Poplar High Street

    ... here is Dolphin lane ...

    72 & 74 Black Horse, Jas Landon
    80 Wenden Robert, bootmaker
    82 Wenden Miss Elizabeth, fancy repository

    ... here is the Parish Stone yard ...

    84 Millard Jasper, cow keeper
    86 Gibbons John, cooper
    88 Cohen Henry, wool etc merchant
    90 Nowlan Robert, plumber
    92 Grey John, hatter
    94 Hadden Thomas, baker
    96 Barrett Geo Wm, confectioner
    98 Lond Thomas, mason & glass dealer
        Poplar National School
        Poplar Savings Bank,
            Dixon, Coleman & Poulter, secs
        Town hall
            Wm geo Ceely, clerk to vestryman
        Poplar workhouse
            Thomas Parsons, master
            James Ripley Collins, clerk to guardians
    100 & 102 Dicker John, pawn broker

    ... here is Queen Street ...

    104 Smith Mrs Harriet E, chandlers shop
    106 Davidson Alex, coffee rooms
    108 Spotted Dog, Chas Jas Riddall
     

    1861 census directory listing of head of households

    46 Charles Riddal, Inn Keeper [Spotted Dog]
    45 George King, Coffee shop keeper
    44 George Nicol, Engine Fitter Tobacconist

    42 Martha Powell, Horse Keeper
    39 James Barton, hairdresser
    37 James Rowland, Undertaker
    37 Thomas Hadden, Master Baker
    35 W N Coombes, Plumber
    33 John Harrington, Fruiterer & Greengrocer
    31 William Greenacre, Coachman
    29 George Wm Burnett, Licensed Victualler [Black Horse]

    Numbering in 1856 from Post Office Directory, from 29 to 46 Poplar High Street (in opposite direction)

    29 & 30 Black Horse, Geo Wm Bennet
    31 Osborn James. dairyman
    32 May Mrs Sarah, mason & cowkeeper
    33 Wales James, tinplate worker
    34 Jeves Wm, cabinet maker & upholsterer
    35 Coombes Wm Newman, plumber
    36 Coleman Edward, stationer & printer
    37 Hadden Thomas, baker
    37a Rowland James, undertaker
    38 Kitchen George, fishmonger
        Poplar National School - Edward walker. master
        Poplar Savings Bank - Dixon, Hillman & Coleman, secs
        Town hall - Chas C Ceely, vestry clerk
        Poplar workhouse
            Thomas Wardell, master
            John Symons, clerk to guardians & superintendant registrar
            Henry Hills, deputy superintendant registrar
    42 & 43 Olley John, pawnbroker
    44 Williams Robert, plumber & painter
    45 Wood Henry, coffee rooms
    46 Spotted Dog, Chas James Riddall

     

    Numbering in 1851 from Kellys Directory, from 29 to 46 Poplar High Street (in opposite direction)

    29 & 30 Black Horse, Alfred Crawley
    31 Osborn James, cabinet maker
    31 Sellen Thomas, carman etc
    32 May Mrs Sarah, mason & cow keeper
    33 Wales James, tinplate worker
    35 Coombes Wm Newman, plumber & painter
    36 Coleman Edward, stationer & printer
    37 Hadden Thomas, baker
    37 1/2 Rowland James, undertaker
    38 Beaumont Henry, pork butcher
        Poplar National School - Wm John Allshorn, Master
        Poplar Saving Bank - Dixon, Hillman & Goodwon secs
        Town hall, Richard Kemp, vestry clerk
        Poplar workhouse - Thomas Wardell, master
                  Symons John, registrar
    42 & 43 Olley John, pawnbroker
    44 Vane John, tool maker
    45 Wood Henry, coffee rooms
    46 Spotted Dog, Chas James Riddall

     

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