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    Romford 1855 Post Office Directory

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    Adams Oswald, actuary of savings bank, Market place
    Adama Stephen, coach trimmer, High Street
    Ainsworth Henry, watchmaker
    Akerman John, farmer, Noak Hill
    Alabaster Roger, engineer & iron & brass founder, Barrack Ground
    Andrews George, hair dresser, High Street
    Arnold Edward, farmer, Parsonage
    Attewell James, market gardener, High Street
    Attwell William Henry, postmaster & watch maker, market place
    Axon John Henry, pork butcher, Waterloo Road
    Axon Joseph, pork butcher, High Street
    Bain Robert Preston, auctioneer, land agent, surveyor & farmer, The Grange & Market place
    Baker Ann (Miss), dress maker, London Road
    Baker John, butcher, High Street
    Baker John Robert, butcher, Hare Street
    Baker Mary (Mrs), ‘Dolphin’, Market place
    Baker Mary (Mrs), ‘White Hart’, High Street
    Balls William, basket maker, High Street
    Balmn Paul, tobacco pipe maker, London Road
    Bartlett Robert, tailor, High Street
    Bayman Ann (Mrs), confectioner, Market place
    Belcher James, baker, Market place
    Belcher Thomas, beer retailer, Squirrel Heath
    Bennett James, well sinker, Barrack Ground
    Biggs Edward Ferris, butcher, Market place
    Black Isaac, shoe maker, High Street
    Blakely William, miller, Collier Row
    Bloomfield Benjamin, farmer, Noak Hill
    Bodger Henry, cattle dealer, Market place
    Bolton Warren, farmer, Whalebone Farm
    Bourne Thomas, clerk to the Local Board of Health, North Street
    Bowers Robert Arnold, surgeon & registrar of births & deaths for Romford, haverin & Dagenham, North Street
    Bradley David, ‘Woolpack’, High Street
    Brady Thomas, thatcher, North Street
    Bray Joseph, clothier & hat manufacturer, Market place
    Bridge Samuel, printer, Market place
    Bright Thomas, carpenter, New Road
    Brook Edward, tailor, Church Lane
    Brown Mary (Mrs), tripe dresser, Essex buildings
    Brown Peter, ironmonger, High Street
    Bunyer John, tailor, High Street
    Bush Charles, beer retailer, Market place
    Buxton Frederick, farmer, Hall Farm
    Carter Ann (Mrs), grocer, Waterloo Road
    Carter David, cooper, Waterloo Road
    Carter George, baker, Waterloo Road
    Carter John, millwright, North Street
    Carter Richard, ‘Coach & Bell’ & wine & spirit merchant, High Street
    Carter Thomas, grocer, Market place
    Charlick William, tinman, brazier & gas fitter, High Street
    Childs Charles, beer retailer, High Street
    Clarance Adolphus, seedsman, North Street
    Clarkson William Hill, surgeon, St Edwards Square
    Clifton Henry, dyer, Market place
    Clifton William Henry, solicitor & solicitor to the County court, North Street
    Clube Maria (Mrs), ladies school, Market place
    Cole Robert, beer retailer, Prospect place
    Collier Edward, miller, near the Turnpike
    Collier Mary Ann (Mrs), china warehouse, High Street
    Collier Pratt, miller, London Road
    Collier Stephen, auctioneer & timber merchant, High Street
    Collis George, auctioneer, North Street
    Combers Alfred, sheep dealer, Prospect Place
    Cook Henry Pottey, White Hart Tap, post horses, flys, saddle horses & coaches, mail contractor & job & post master, High Street
    Cook Mary (Mrs), shopkeeper, Market place
    Cook Samuel, tailor, High Street
    Cook William, ‘Lamb’, Market place
    Cooper George, pork butcher, High Street
    Cornell William, grocer, High Street
    Cottee Frederick, baker & grocer, Squirrel Heath
    Cottis John, shopkeeper, High Street
    Cove Wm Tyler, gunmaker, Hornchurch & Corn Exchange
    Cumber Francis, tailor, High Street
    Curran James, ‘New Mill’, High Street
    Curtis Robert, builder, North Street
    Daldy Edward Mee, coal merchant, Waterloo Road
    Davey Abraham, carpenter, Market Place
    Davey Norris Fasham, surgeon, Market place
    Davies Robert, wire worker, Mawney’s Lane
    Davis Edward, Alfred House academy for boarder & day scholars, Alfred House, London Road
    Day William, house agent & appraiser, High Street
    Deacon Mary Jane (Miss), ‘Kings Head’, Market place
    Dowsing Herbert, grocer, Barrack Ground
    Draper William, saddler, North Street
    Dunnett Noah, ‘Golden Lion’, High Street
    Eastty Charles, Tailor, High Street
    Ekins John, tailor, High Street
    Elgar Stanton, coal & corn dealer, Church Lane
    Ellis Fordham, tallow chandler & melter, South Street
    Ellis William, agent to the County Fire & Provident Life
    Enever Mary (Miss), shopkeeper, High Street
    Farmer William, brick maker, South Street
    Finch John Samuel, butcher, High Street
    Finch Josiah, shoe maker, Market place
    Fletcher Samuel, pawnbroker & auctioneer, Market place
    Flowers Henry, baker & flour dealer, North Street
    Ford Samuel, tobacco pipe maker, High Street
    Fraser John, grocer, High Street
    French James, shopkeeper, Market place

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