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    Poplar High Street, South Side part 6

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    The Post Office Directory, in 1944 from 210 to 270 Poplar High Street

    210 Resolute Tavern, Geo & Mrs Ada E Cooper

    ... here is Harrow Lane ...

    238 Hunt J, battery service station
    244 Perry J A & Son, clothing manufacturers
    246 to 254 Wickes Henry & Sons Ltd, shipping butchers
    256 Diploma Laundry Ltd
    260Martin Danl, dining rooms
    270 London Co-operative Society Ltd
     

    Numbering  from Kellys Directory, in 1934 from 210 to 270 Poplar High Street

    210 Resolute Tavern, Mrs Violet Rose Davies

    ... here is Harrow Lane ...

    212 Poplar Working Mens Club
    220 Giles Miss Ellen, confectioner
    220a Caulinute Products Ltd, kapok down manufacturers
    226 & 228 Nathan Jas Herbert, firniture dealer
    230 Discount Mrs Sarah, confectioner
    236 Hogh Street Social Club
    238 Hunt Jn Wm, wireless supplies dealer
    242 Katz Alfred, wall paper dealers
    244 Perry J A & Sons, clothing manufacturers
    246 to 256 & 225 Wickes Henry & Sons Ltd, shipping butchers
    258 Bowler Chas, draper
    260 Martin daniel, dining rooms
    264 Ingram Mark William, printer
    266 Shaer Lazarus, chandlers shop
    268 Goldenstein Morris, second hand clothier
    270 London Co-operative Society Ltd

    Numbering from Post Office Directory,in 1915 from 210 to 270  Poplar High Street

    210 Resolute Tavern, Thomas Salter

    ... here are Harrow Lane & way to Millwall Junction Railway Station ...

    212 Poplar Mens Working Club - James Sullivan, sec
    220 Giles Frederick, haberdasher
    226 Nathan James Ltd, outfitter
    228 Nathan James Ltd, pawnbrokers
    238 Ashman Alfred, confectioner
    242 Davis William Henry, saddler
    244 Perry John Arthur, clothier
    246, 248 & 250 Beamont Ernest Prosper & Co, outfitters
    252 & 254 Wickes Henry & Sons, shipping butchers
    256 Parkins Miss Janie, confectioner
    258 Kurth Mathias & Son, tailors
    260 Weeden James, dining rooms
    262 Scottish Sanitary Laundry
    264 Ingram Mark William, printer
    266 Taylor Philip, chandlers shop
    270 Rising Sun, Jas Joseph OBrien

     

    Numbering from Post Office Directory,in 1910 from 210 to 270  Poplar High Street

    210 Resolute Tavern, Henry Rogers

    ... here are Harrow Lane & way to Millwall Junction Railway Station ...

    222 Shaw George Woollans, cooper
    222 Carpenter & Co, coopers
    224 Tiffin Mrs Laura Sarah, tobacconist
    226 & 228 Nathan James, pawnbroker
    236 Amalgamated Society of Engine Drivers & Fireman, both land & marine.
    238 Field Walter Chas, confectioner
    242 Davis William Henry, saddler
    244 Perry John Arthur, clothier
    246, 248 & 250 Beamont Ernest Prosper & Co, outfitters
    252 & 254 Wickes Henry & Sons, shipping butchers
    256 Luton George, confectioner
    258 Kurth Mathias & Son, tailors
    260 Weeden James, dining rooms
    262 Scottish Sanitary Laundry
    264 Ingram Mark William, printer
    266 Silverstein Isaac, chandlers shop
    270 Rising Sun, Ernest Toombs
     

    Numbering from Post Office Directory,in 1899 from 210 to 270  Poplar High Street

    210 Resolute Tavern, Henry Rogers

    ... here are Harrow Lane & way to Millwall Junction Railway Station ...

    212 North London Railway (Goods Managers Office)
        Thos Day, goods man
    220 Tarbutt Alfred, basket maker
    222 Shaw George Woollans, cooper
    224 Uffindell Alfred Eaton, tobacconist
    226 & 228 Nathan James, pawnbroker
    320 232 Gretton Jn, plumber etc
    236 Welling Hen Wm, leather seller
    238 Punch & Dowle, boot makers
    242 Davis William Henry, saddler
    246 & 248 Beamont Ernest Prosper & Co, hatters
    250 Beamont Ernest Prosper & Co, boot makers
    252 & 254 Wickes Hy, shipping butcher
    256 Schneider Bernard, hairdresser
    258 Kurth Mathias, tailor
    260 Albert George, dining rooms
    262 Pope William Alfred, laundry
    264 Randall James, confectioner
    266 Coxhead Arthur, clothier
    268 Coleman Mrs Mary, draper
    270 Rising Sun, Ernest Alfred Wass
     

    Numbering from Post Office Directory,in 1882 from 210 to 270  Poplar High Street

    210 Resolute Tavern, Hill, Davis & Co

    ... here are Harrow Lane & way to Millwall Junction ...

    Woolford George & Co, carriers (3 Harrow Lane)
    212 North London Railway (Goods mangers office)
    Thos Day, goods man
    220 Marsh Thos, poultry salesman
    222 Dudley John & Co, shipwrights
    224 Aitken James, tobacconist
    226 & 228 Nathan & Son, pawnbrokers
    230 & 232 Gretton John, plumber etc
    236 Welling Hen Wm, leather seller
    238 McHaffie Mrs A, paraffin oil dealer
    242 Bohs John Henry, baker
    244 Pounder Thomas, upholsterer
    246 Dent Mrs Mary Ann, coffee room
    250 Barratt Mrs Mary Ann, confectioner
    252 & 254 Wickes Hy, shipping butcher
    256 McRae Gilbert
    258 Baker Charles, tobacconist
    260 Lyons Joseph, greengrocer
    262 Armstrong Wm jun, tobacconist
    264 Tracy Mrs Mary Ann, outfitter
    266 Edgcumbe Henry, basket maker
    268 Nock Edgar H & Co, tailors
    270 Rising Sun, James P Rising


    1871 census -  (not necessarily complete) from 210 to 270  Poplar High Street

    270 Mary A Coltman, Licensed Victualler
    268 Edgar A Nock, Tailor
    266 henry Edgecombe, Basket Manufacturer
    264 Charles F B Birchall, Articled Clerk to Attorney
    262 George Polley, Dairy Man
    260 Richard Rogers, Fruiterer
    258 William Caton, Shipwright
    256 Gilbert McRae, Clerk in charge, Smithfield Market
    254 Harry Wickes, Shipping Butcher
    252 John A Sheppard, Stationer & Tobacconist
    250 A V Biggs, Hosier
    246 & 248 William Jacob, Draper
    244 Joseph Hocking, carpenter & Joiner
    242 William Kemp, Boot & Shoe maker
    238 Amelaia McHaffie, lamp Dealer
    236 Luther Hinton, Leather seller
    232 John Youngs, Outfitter
    228 Benjamin Pool, Pawnbrokers Assistant
    226 James Pinckney, Hatter
    224 Thomas F Hood, Cooper
    222 Richard W Gibbs, Upholsterer
    220 William Sanderson, Shipwright
    218 John Bally, machine Sawyer
    216 Sarah Potts, Charwoman
     

    Numbering from Post Office Directory,in 1869 from 210 to 270  Poplar High Street

    210 Resolute Tavern, Stephen English

    ... here is Harrow lane ...

        Woolford geo & John, carriers (3 Harrow lane)
    220 Marsh Thomas, poulterer
    222 & 168 Gibbs John Y & Son, cabinet makers
    224 Hood Thomas, tobacconist
    226 Pinckney James sen, hatter
    228 Nathan Edward & Son, pawnbrokers
    230 Youngs John, tailor & outfitter
    236 Hinton Luther, leather seller
    238 Mchaffie Mrs Amelia, paraffin oil dealer
    240 Farnes Wm Matthew, carpenter
    242 Carter George, confectioner
    244 Shores & Co, outfitters
    246 Sherrington & Wareham, dining rooms
    250 Biggs Alfred Charles, hosier
    252 Sheppard John Aslett, tobacconist
    254 Wickes Henry, shipping butcher
    256 Laker John, boot & shoe maker
    258 Faram Mrs Mary, confectioner
    260 Rogers Richard, fruiterer
    266 Edgcumbe Henry, basket maker
    268 Nock Edgar H & Co, tailors
    270 Rising Sun,, Thomas Graves
     

    1861 census  directory listing of head of households

    101 George Ring, Licenced Victualler [Rising Sun]
    100 Edgar Hyman Nock, Tailor
    99 George Edgecombe, Basket Maker
    98 Charles Hy Ringer, Grocer
    97 Mary Swainland, Milk Tripe Dealer
    96 Richard Rogers, Fruiterer
    95 Susannah Smith, Confectioner
    94 John Laker, Boot maker
    93 Henry Wickes, Butcher
    91.5 Edward Davis, Hosier
    90 Thomas King, Porter
    89 James Tapley, Pastry Cook
    87 John Young, Outfitter
    86 James Nathan, Pawnbroker
    85 James Pinckney, Hatter
    84 Thos F Hood, Cooper & Tobacconist
    83 John Young Gibbs, Cabinet maker
    82 Thomas March, Poulterer
    81 James Harrison, Engineer
    80 William Quinton, Labourer
    79 Richard Whiteside, Dock Officer
    -- Harrow Lane
    77a John Rose, Licensed Victualler [Harrow]

    Numbering in 1856 from Post Office Directory, from 77 to 101  Poplar High Street (in opposite direction)

    78 Lord Henry Gibson, coal merchant
    82 Marsh Thomas, poulterer
    83 & 61 Gibbs John Young & Son, auctioneers & timber merchants etc
    84 Dixon George, tobacconist
    85 Pinckney James sen, hatter
    86 Nathan Edward, pawnbroker
    87 Youngs John, tailor & outfitter
    88b Slaughter James, currier
    88 Ockendon William, bootmaker
    88 Farnes William Matthew, carpenter
    89 Morgan David, confectioner
    90 & 91 Shores & Brill, general outfitters
    91 1/2 Abbott William, hosier
    92 Mowll William Tunbridge
    93 Wickes Henry, shipping butcher
    94 Laker John, boot & shoe maker
    95 Smith Peter, confectioner
    96 Rogers Richard, fruiterer
    97 Swainland George, dairy
    99 Edgecombe Geo, basket maker & turner
    100 Nock Edgar Hynson & Co, tailors
    101 Rising Sun, George Ring
     

    Numbering in 1851 from Kellys Directory, from 77 to 101  Poplar High Street (in opposite direction)

    77 Harrow, John Abbott
    79 Atkins Edward Thomas, grocer
    82 Jennings John, pork butcher
    83 Gibbs John Y & Son, cabinet makers
    84 Ramsey Miss jane, straw hat maker etc
    85 Pinckney James, hatter
    86 Nathan Edward, pawnbroker
    87 Youngs Jno, tailor
    88b Slaughter James, currier
    88 Ockendon William, boot maker
    88 Farnes William Matthew, carpenter
    89 Davies Thomas, confectioner
    91 1/2 Busby Mrs Sarah, hosier
    93 Wickes Henry, shipping butcher
    94 Laker John, boot & shoemaker
    95 Ward John, plumber
    96 Rogers Richard, fruiterer
    97 Swainland George, dairy
    99 Edgecombe Geo, basket maker 7 turner
    100 Nock Edgar H & co, outfitters
    101 Rising Sun, George Ring

     

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