London History and lots of Pub historical facts

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A London street directory at London 1919 which largely encompasses london street history and also pub history of the last 100 years and more. You can contribute to this amazing new project, along with the many contributors to the current pub history site, nearly anything goes. See the footer of the page for more detail.

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Women at the Wicket: A History of Women's Cricket in Interwar England. Written by Adam McKie

Romford 1839 Pigots Directory

History of Romford

Romford, with the villages of Hare Street, Dagenham, Havering Atte Bower, Rainham, Wennington and Neighbourhoods.

Trades People - Grocers to Painters & Plumbers

Grocers & Tea Dealers

(see also Shopkeepers etc)
Busby James, Market Place
Clarke William, Dagenham
Dodson and Higgs, Market Place
Ellis Wm (& tallow chandler), High Street
Hollinsworth Chas Chevin, Romford
Payne Henry, Rainham
Revill Sarah, High Street
Rorison Thos (tea dealer), North Street
Savill Charles, High Street

Hair Dressers
Andrews George, High Street
Keys James, High Street
Keys John, Market Place
March George, Market Place
Parker Charles, Rainham

Hatters & Clothes Dealers
Black Isaac, Romford
Bray Joseph, Market Place
Pedder Daniel, Market Place

Inns & Public House
Angel, George Beal, Rainham
Bell, John Ennever, Rainham
Bluchers Head, Samuel Adams Hammond, Market Place
Bull, Elizabeth Jones, Market Place
Bull, George Kittle, Dagenham
Chequers, Joseph Scales, Dagenham
Coach and Bell Inn, Richard Carter, High Street
Cock and Bell, Shadrach Parker, Market Place
Compasses, Edward Finch, Romford
Cross keys, Thos Hirst, Dagenham
Dolphin Inn, James Merrington, Market Place
Fox & Hounds, Jas Spurge, Hornchurch Lane
Golden Lion, North Dennett, High Street
Kings Arms, Robt Neale, Market Place
Kings Head, Henry Orbell, Market Place
Lamb, Nathl Brown, Market Place
Leonards Arms, George Frith, Wennington
Liberty Arms, George Sears, Dog Lane
New Mill, Louisa Hunsden, Romford
Old Windmill & Bells, William Sawyer, Market Place
Orange Tree, Thomas Clark, Havering
Phoenix, Thomas Howell, Rainham
Rose and Crown, William Morley, Dagenham
Ship, Charlotte Humphreys, Hare Street
Star, Thomas Read, High Street
Sun, Frederick Belsey, London Road
Inns & Public House continued ..

Swan, John Bowton, Market Place
Unicorn, William Sweeting & Son, Hare Street
White Hart, Richard Sharpe, Hare Street
White Hart Inn, Henry and George Taverner, High Street
Woolpack, Elizabeth Holdaway, High Street

Ironmongers and Whitesmiths
Collis George, Market Place
Hodson Henry Farncombe (& copper smith, bell hanger, brazier & gas fitter), High Street
Starnes James, High Street

Land & estate Agents
Collier Stephen, High Street
Collis George, Market Place
Twyford Thomas Waters (and surveyor), Romford

Linen Drapers
Bonnington & Waghorn, High Street
Ellis John Ping (and silk mercer), Market Place
Hebblewhite Frederick, Market Place
Hunter William, High Street
Phillips Cheveley, High Street
Shipton John, Market Place
Smith Michael, Market Place
White Ann, High Street

Clark James, Hornchurch Lane
Collier Edward, Romford
Collier John, Collier Row
Collier Pratt jun, London Road
Payes and Bigg, Marks Gate

Milliners & Dress Makers
Bonnington & Waghorn, High Street
Day Sarah, Dagenham
Gentry Jane, North Street
Littlechild Sarah & Caroline, Market Place
Skinner Elizabeth, Market Place
White Ann, High Street

Music Teachers
Lucas Charles, Hornchurch Lane
Tipper John Ely, Romford

Painters, Plumbers and Glaziers
Poulter Samuel, Romford
Rooke Ash, Hornchurch Lane
Seymour George, Romford
Whitaker William Thomas, High Street


If you would like to contribute the amazing new project to map London over the last hundred years and more, please continue to read. What is needed is mainly details of when a London street was renamed, bombed, cleared, or tidied. Pictures are the best way of expressing anything, and a picture tells a thousand words. Also needed is those thousand words, or even fity words. Anything will be brilliant. Please help out before the London skyline is transformed for ever. What is needed, just an email to the Email the London team. We can do the rest; and you also get your name on the site, if this is OK.

And Last updated on: Saturday, 01-Apr-2017 16:38:27 BST