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    Poplar High Street, South Side part 7

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    The Post Office Directory, in 1944 from 270 to 314 Poplar High Street

    270 London Co-operative Society Ltd

    ... here is Prestons Road ...

    290 Stevens Ernest W, dining rooms
    298 to 304 Poplar (Borough of) Electricity Sub-station
    312 Mansell C & Sons, fried fish shop
    314 Ship, Mrs Louisa Rose Baldock
     

    Numbering  from Kellys Directory, in 1934 from 270 to 314 Poplar High Street

    270 London Co-operative Society Ltd
    272 Kaye Harry, hairdresser
    274 Hertzberg Abraham, boot repair
    278 Bladock Edward, tobacconist
    280 Goldberg Mrs Rachel, draper
    282 Pearks Dairies Ltd, provision merchants
    284 & 285 Blackmore Benj Gosling & Son, pawnbrokers

    ... here is Preston Road ...

    288 Chavner Mrs Jane, tobacconist
    292 Leggett Augustus H, dining rooms
    292a Birubaum Zalek, boot & shoe dealer
    294 Boyce Arth Rt, greengrocer
    296 Allen Samuel, confectioner
    298 - 304 Poplar (Borough of) Electricity Sub-station
    308 Rosenfield Jack, tailor
    310 Woolfovitch Jack, hairdresser
    312 Mansell O & Sons,fried fish shop
    314 Ship, Augustus Webb

    Numbering from Post Office Directory,in 1915 from 270 to 314  Poplar High Street

    270 Rising Sun, Jas Joseph OBrien
    272 Platto Dominico, hairdresser
    274 Everett William, boot maker
    276 Field Mrs Harriet, coffee rooms
    278 Thurston Robert, tobacconist
    280 Newman George, linen draper
    282 Richards & Co, tinplate workers
    284 & 286 Blackmore Benj Gosling & Son, pawnbrokers

    ... here is Prestons Road ...

    288 Chavner Mrs Jane, tobacconist
    290 Reeve John Richard A, beer retailer [Watermans Arms]
    294 Cannon Thomas, baker
    296 Allan samuel, confectioner
    308 Tingey Mrs Sarah Ann
    310 Anker Mrs Eva, hairdresser
    312 Biddle Joseph, fried fish shop
    314 Ship, George Anderson

     

    Numbering from Post Office Directory,in 1910 from 270 to 314  Poplar High Street

    270 Rising Sun, Ernest Toombs
    272 Page Mrs Emily, eel pie house
    274 Everett Henry sen, boot maker
    276 Field Edward Thos, coffee rooms
    278 Tully John & Wm, tobacconist
    280 Newsum George, linen draper
    282 Richards & Co, tinplate workers
    284 & 286 Blackmore Benj Gosling, pawnbroker

    ... here is Prestons Road ...

    288 Young Geo Robt MD, surgeon
    290 Reeve John Richard A, beer retailer
    294 Cannon Thomas, baker
    296 Allen samuel, confectioner
    310 Anker Richard, hairdresser
    312 Biddle Joseph, fried fish shop
    314 Ship, Edwin Osgood
     

    Numbering from Post Office Directory,in 1899 from 270 to 314  Poplar High Street

    270 Rising Sun, Ernest Alfred Wass
    272 Page Wm John, pastrycook
    274 Everett Henry sen, bootmaker
    276 Edgley Thomas, coffee rooms
    278 Tully John, tobacconist
    280 Lubbock John Alfred, fruiterer
    282 Fair George Robt, coffee room
    284 Blackmore Benj Gosling, pawnbroker
    286 Mercer Andrew, confectioner

    ... here is Prestons Road ...

    290 Lawrence Samuel, beer retailer  [Watermans Arms]
    294 Tunbridge William, baker
    298 Hall Jas Joseph, mineral water ma
    300 Mayer William, coffee rooms
    302 & 312 Biddle Joseph, fried fish shop
    304 Kurz Anthony, wardrobe dealer
    306 Hall Mrs Ann Elizabeth, laundry
    308 Albon & Ranson, tobacconists
    310 Anker Richard, hairdresser
    310 Holiday & Kemp, model makers
    312 & 302 Biddle Joseph, fried fish shop
    314 Ship, Edwin Osgood
     

    Numbering from Post Office Directory,in 1882 from 270 to 314  Poplar High Street

    270 Rising Sun, James P Rising
    272 Page Wm John, pastry cook
    276 Stride Samuel, coffee rooms
    278 Riley Barnabas Bury, tobacconists
    280 Hart Henry, fruiterer
    282 Cox Mrs Emily Amelia, hosier
    284 Goddard Wm Sampson, milliner
    286 De Haas & Co, tobacco manufacturers

    ... here is Prestons Road ...

    290 Lawrence Samuel, beer retailer  [Watermans Arms]
    292 Nichols Wm C, cheesemonger
    294 Bingemann Edward, baker
    296 & 298 Hall Jas Jn, confectioner
    300 Crafford John Robt, coffee rooms
    302 White Robert, fishmonger
    304 Dixon Chas Levison, cowkeeper
    306 Hasbagen Conrad Lear, coffee rooms
    308 McFarlane James W, tobacconist
    310 Hayes Jas Thos, sewing machine ma
    312 Davis Morriss, fishmonger
    314 Ship, Charles Graham


    1871 census -  (not necessarily complete) from 270 to 314  Poplar High Street

    270 Mary A Coltman, Licensed Victualler
    272 Edwin A Murray, Boot manufacturer
    274 Sanford Malleot, Mason
    276 George Conibeer, Coffee House Keeper
    278 Barnabas B Riley
    280 Henry hull, Master fruiterer
    282 Edward Coy, Shipwright
    284 Robert barham
    286 William Jarrett, Butcher
    288 Peter M Warren, Cordwainer
    290 Henry Townsend, Beer Retailer  [Watermans Arms]
    292 William C Nichols, Grocer & Cheesemonger
    294 Joseph Haymont, Master Baker
    296 James Hall, Confectioner
    298 Henry Smith, Shoemaker
    300 John Crofford, Coffe House Keeper
    302 George Claydon Fishmonger
    304 William Victeron, Dairyman
    306 Fanny Blenman, Tobacconist
    314 William Gordon, Licensed Victualler [Ship]
     

    Numbering from Post Office Directory, in 1869 from 270 to 314  Poplar High Street

    270 Rising Sun, Thomas Graves
    272 Murray Edwin, boot maker
    276 Lesster Mrs Sarah A, dining rooms
    278 Riley Barnabas Bury, tobacconist
    280 Hart Henry, fruiterer
    282 & 284 Baugh Joseph, clothier
    286 Fardell James, shipping butcher

    ... here is Preston Road ...

    288 Warren Peter John, boot maker
    290 Townsend Henry, beer retailer   [Watermans Arms]
    292 Owen Mrs Eliza, grocer
    294 Rayment Joseph, baker
    298 Smith Mrs Elizabeth, shoe maker
    300 Crafford John Robt, coffee rooms
    302 Soares & Clayson, fruiterers
    304 Dring Frederick, dairyman
    306 Blindell Mrs Fanny, tobacconist
    312 Tebbutt & Fowler, provision dealers
    314 Ship, George Gordon
     

    1861 census  directory listing of head of households

    123 Maria Crowhurst, Victualler    [Ship]
    122 Henry Drage, Shoe Maker
    121 Ann Poultey ?, Shop Proprietor
    120 Daniel McCuffert, Shipwright
    119 Nathan Hollingsworth, Saw Maker
    118 Thomas Swainson, Boiler Maker
    117 John R Crofford, Coffe House Keeper
    116 Henry Smith, Shoemaker
    115 William Chivsell ?, Shoe Maker
    114 William Osborn, Baker
    113 Joseph Owen, grocer & cheesemonger
    112 Edward J Mann, Plumber
    111 Charles F Taylor, Commercial Clerk
    110 Peter J Warren, Cordwainer
    109 Maria Fardell, Butcher
    106 Henry Hurt, Grengrocer
    105 Barnabas Riley, Tobacconist
    James Riley, Boiler maker
    103 John Smith, Tailor
    101 George Ring, Licensed Victualler [Rising Sun]

    Numbering in 1856 from Post Office Directory, from 101 to 123  Poplar High Street (in opposite direction)

    101 Rising Sun, George Ring
    102 Gilvray Alfred, hairdresser
    103 Smith John & Son, tailors & drapers
    104 Huxtable Miss Caroline, ladies school
    105 Marshall Jonathan, tobacconist
    106 Gibson & Co, potato salesman
    107 Colls Arthur, linen draper
    108 Baugh Joseph, clothier
    109 Fardell Mrs Maria, shipping butcher

    ... here is Preston Road ...

    110 Warren Peter John, boot maker
    111 Munn Edward John, plumber etc
    113 & 129 Owen Joseph, grocer
    114 Osborn William, baker
    115 Calahan Jeremiah & Son, boot makers
    116 Smith Henry, general dealer
    117 Clark William Henry, coffee rooms
    118 Knight Abraham, butcher & cowkeeper
    120 McCoffort Daniel, tobacconist
    121 Russell Wm, glass & china warehouse
    122 Bylow Mrs Jane Alice, chemist
    123 Ship, William Skiller

     

    Numbering in 1851 from Kellys Directory, from 101 to 123  Poplar High Street (in opposite direction)

    101 Rising Sun, George Ring
    103 Smith John & Son, tailors
    105 Weetch Jonathan, turner
    107 Colls Arthur, linen draper
    108 Reeve John Edward, grocer
    109 Fardell Thomas, shipping butcher

    ...here is Preston Road

    110 Warren Peter John, bootmaker
    111 Clark Alexander, plumber
    113 & 129 Owen Joseph, grocer & cheesemonger
    114 Osborn William, baker
    115 Calahan Jeremiah, boot maker
    118 Knight Abraham, butcher & cow keeper
    120 Derby Joseph, tobacconist
    121 Gausden David, butcher
    122 Bylow Mrs Jane Allice, chemist
    123 Ship, William Skiller

     

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