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    Poplar High Street, South Side part 4

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    The Post Office Directory, in 1944 from 108 to 154 Poplar High Street

    ... here is Stoneyard Lane ...

    112 & 114 School of Engineering & Navigation (LCC)
    126 Poplar Public Library
    134 Joint Council. The Order of St John & British Red Cross Society
    134 Invalid Childrens Aid Association (London) Poplar Branch
    138 Specter Mrs Dora, confectioner
    140 Love Jn, confectioner

    ... here is Simpsons Road ...
     

    Numbering  from Kellys Directory, in 1934 from 108 to 154 Poplar High Street

    108 Spotted Dog, Joseph Magnus
    112 to 124 London County Council Education Dept, school of Engineering & Navigation
    126 Poplar Public Library
    130 Settlement of the Holy Child
    134 Sizer Carrington Fredk, registrar of births, deaths & marriages for Poplar
    138 Spencer Mrs Dora, confectioner

    ... here is Simpsons Road ...

    154 Poplar (Borough of) Finance Department

    Numbering from Post Office Directory,in 1915 from 108 to 154  Poplar High Street

    108 Spotted Dog, Mrs Frances Heayslip
    London County Council Education Dept, school of Engineering & Navigation
    Herbert A Garratt, AMLCE principal
    122 Walters Nathan Baraf & Co, wholesale confectioners
    124 Bircham C O & Son, gun makers

    ... here is Poplar terrace ...

    126 Poplar Public Library
    Harry Rowlatt, borough librarian
    128 Marshall Thomas
    134 Charity Organisation Society, Poplar Union District Committee
    William Gibson Martley MA, sec
    134 Martley William Gibson MA
    136 Clarkson John & William, architects & surveyors
    136 Clarkson John, district surveyor
    136 Clarkson William, FSI auctioneer
    138 Calipe Casimir, watch maker
    140 Inch George, ship chandler
    148 Pope Edwin & Son, cork manufacturers

    ... here is Simpsons Road ...

    154 Riddall John Charles, builder & tax collector

    Numbering from Post Office Directory,in 1910 from 108 to 154  Poplar High Street

    108 Spotted Dog, Geo Henry Jones
    London County Council Education Dept, school of Engineering & Navigation
    Herbert A Garratt, AMICE principal
    122 Walters Nathan Baraf & Co, wholesale confectioners
    124 Bircham C O & Son, gun makers

    ... here is Poplar terrace ...

    126 Poplar Public Library
    Harry Rowlatt, borough librarian
    128 Marshall Thomas
    134 Society for organizing Charity Relief & Repressing Mendicity
    F Goodhus, org sec
    134 Martley William Gibson MA
    136 Clarkson John & William, architects & surveyors
    136 Clarkson John, district surveyor
    136 Clarkson William,auctioneer
    138 Calipe Casimir, watch maker
    140 Inch George, ship chandler
    144 Lowry Mrs Sophia, lodging house
    146 Amalgamated Society of Engineers Social Club
    William Fisher, sec
    148 Collier Bros & Co, who. grocers

    ... here is Simpsons Road ...

    154 Riddall John Charles, builder & tax collector
     

    Numbering from Post Office Directory,in 1899 from 108 to 154  Poplar High Street

    108 Spotted Dog, Mrs Jane Frances Craighead
    110 Philcox Alfred, greengrocer
    112 Willis Raymond, enameller
    114 Stevenson Wm & Geo, cabinet makers
    118 Meeting House for Peculiar People
    122 Walters Nathan Baraf, wholesale confectioner
    124 Bircham C ) & Son, gun makers

    ... here is Poplar Terrace

    126 Poplar Public Library - Harry Rowlatt, librarian & sec
    128 Marshall Thos, commercial traveller
    132 Warren Alf Haman, insurance agent
    134 Society for Organizing Charitable Relief etc - W G Martley MA sec
    136 Clarkson William
    128 Calipe Casimir, watch maker
    104 Inch George, ship chandler
    142 Roper Jn, dealer in paper hangings
    148 Springhall Benj Thos, undertaker

    ... here is Simpsons Road ...

    154 Riddal John Charles, builder & tax collector
     

    Numbering from Post Office Directory,in 1882 from 108 to 154  Poplar High Street

    108 Spotted Dog, Henry Reynolds
    112 Watling James Cooper, undertaker
    114 Purdy Abraham, registrar
    116 Wiehe William, tailor
    118 Gill James jun, ironmonger
    120 Coleman John Kemp, cabinet maker
    122 Pound John, dealer in old stores
    124 Bircham Charles O, gun maker
    126 Philo George, purveyor of teak
    126a Read Miss Frances, day school

    ... here is Poplar Terrace ...

    128 Lamb James
    130 Johnson Rev Marcus E W
    132 Palmer George, rigger
    136 Bracebridge Edwd L, architect
    138 Gront John, watchmaker
    140 Inch George, ship chandler
    142 Roper Jno, dealer in paper hangings
    144 Everett Zephaniah, coffee rooms
    146 Baker & Nairne, solicitors
    Clarkson (John & Samuel Flint), architects
    Clarkson John, architect & district surveyor
    Potts Leonard
    148 Gornell Mrs Frances, dyer

    ... here is Simpsons Road ...

    154 Riddall John Charles, builder


    Numbering from Post Office Directory,in 1869 from 108 to 154  Poplar High Street

    108 Spotted Dog, Chas Jas Riddall
    112 Phillips benj & Co, china etc dealer
    112 & 122 Phillips Benjamin & Co, riggers & stevedores
    114 Purdy Abraham, stationer
        Post Office Receiving House
    118 Gill James jun, ironmonger
    120 Coleman john Kemp, cabinet maker
    122 St Matthias Church House
    122 & 112 Phillips Benjamin & Co, riggers & stevedores
    124 Bircham Charles O, gun maker
        Philo George, packing case maker (3 Poplar Terrace)
    128 Ceely John Thomas, rate collector
    130 Marsh John William, solicitor
    132 Good Joseph Henry, architect & district surveyor
    134 Penner John, ironmonger
    136 Bracebridge Edw Ledger, architect
    140 Morling Alfred, oilman
    142 Roper Jno, dealer in paper hangings
    144 Westley George, coffee rooms
    146 carter Mrs
    148 Grout John, watchmaker
    150 Dart John, shirt manufacturer
    154 Riddall John Charles, butcher
     

    1861 census directory listing of head of households

    64 Charles Porter, Watch maker
    63 Samuel B Cooper, School Master
    62 Mary Ann Rogers, Fancy Shop Keeper
    60 Andrew Hind, Auctioneer
    59 Edward Coleman, Clerk Copper metal
    58 James Wilcox, Linen Draper
    57 George Thompson, Plumber Master
    56 John P Grieve, Shipwright retired
    -- Simpkins Road

    54 Harry Goldsmith, Chemist
    51 John Carter, Landed Proprietor
    50 Morton Miller, Lodging House Keeper
    49 Thomas Yurdy, schoolmaster
    48 James Forbes, Chemist & China Dealer
    47 William palmer, Baker, Pastry Cook
    46 Charles Riddal, Inn Keeper [Spotted Dog]

    Numbering in 1856 from Post Office Directory, from 46 to 64 ? Poplar High Street (in opposite direction)

    46 Spotted Dog, Chas James Riddall
    47 Palmer William, baker
    48 Bosworth James, china dealer
    49 Purdy Thomas, china warehouse
    50 Cookman Mrs Elizabeth, cutler
    51 & 52 Philps Robert & Co, linen drapers
    53 Carter John, auctioneer & surveyor
    54 Wrede Mrs Mary, outfitter
    55 Martin Henry Parker, academy
    Perkins John William, anylitical chemist (2 Poplar Terrace)
    Bracebridge Edward Ledger, architect & surveyor (3 Poplar Terrace)
    55 1/2 Stock Mrs
    56 Roper William, paper stainer
    57 Cullen William Henry, solicitor
    58 Wilcox Owen James, linen draper
    61 Ramsey Henry, auctioneer & estate agent
    61 & 83 Gibbs John Young & Son, auctioneers & timber merchants etc
    61a Watts George James, builders
    61 Simmonds William, veterinary surgeons
    61 1/2 Smith Charles Wyatt, surgeon
    62 Nunn Miss Susan, milliner
    63 Cooper Samuel Bedee, academy
     

    Numbering in 1851 from Kellys Directory, from 46 to 64 ? Poplar High Street (in opposite direction)

    46 Spotted Dog, Chas James Riddall
    47 Palmer William, baker
    48 Bosworth James, china warehouse
    49 Purdy Thomas, stationer etc
    50 Cookman Mrs Elizh, cutler & toy wa
    51 & 52 Philips Robert & Co, linen drapers
    53 Carter John, upholsterer & auctioneer
    54 Wrede Mrs Mary, outfitter
    55 Rose John, undertaker
    56 Terry William, grocer
    57 Cullen Wm Henry, solicitor
    58 Wilcox Owen James, linen draper
    60 Hind Andrew, tea dealer etc
    61 Ramsey Henry, auctioneer
    61 Gibbs John Young, timber merchant
    62 Baker Robert Boak, solicitor
    62 Bousfield James, milliner & lace man
    63 Martin Henry Parker, academy
    64 Ceely Charles Christopher, builder

     

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