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    Search the historical London street directory, and London pub history site including early street addresses in London through the Victorian pub history of London. This search engine is not brilliant, try address searches in the main google search to get better results. Searches on people names do appear to work, I think. Let me know!

    Romford 1855 Post Office Directory

    History of Romford

    Commercial Traders


    Gage Robert, carpenter, Hare Street
    Gale & Goodwin, coach makers, North Street
    Gardner Joseph, farmer, Brick Kiln Farm
    Gentry Jane (Miss), dress maker, South Street
    George Christopher, farmer, Romford Lodge
    Gibson Sarah (Miss), shopkeeper, High Street
    Gilby George King, superintendent of railway station, North Street
    Gilman Nathaniel, beer retailer, South Street
    Godfrey William Daniel, boarding & day school, New Road
    Golding Henry, beer retailer, North Street
    Golding Joseph, shopkeeper, High Street
    Goodwin Sarah & Caroline (Misses), bakers, High Street
    Golding Ann (Mrs), dress maker, Waterloo Road
    Grainger Joseph, linen draper, market place
    Gray Ephraim, farmer, Rush Green
    Gray Rebecca (Mrs), ‘White Hart’, Collier Row
    Green Joseph, brick layer, Collier Row
    Green Robert Styleman, lodging house, Hare Street
    Guiver Joseph, cattle salesman, Barrack Ground
    Haines __, farmer, Hare Street
    Hale James, shoe maker, High Street
    Hammond the Misses, ‘Blucher’s Head’, Market Place
    Hammond Joseph Samuel, ‘White Swan’, & builder, Market place
    Harvey Charles, china & glass dealer, Market place
    Harvey Hannah (Mrs), printer, High Street
    Hawes Thomas Waters, farmer, Bell House
    Hawkes Thomas, wheelwright, Noak Hill
    Hedger Richard, boys school, St Edwards Square
    Herriday Samuel, beer retailer, London Road
    Hickson Robert, shoe maker, South Street
    Higgs James H, corn factor, High Street
    Higgs John, merchant, High Street
    Hockley Daniel, shopkeeper, Market place
    Holder John, beer retailer, Romford common
    Hollingsworth Charles, basket & brush maker, High Street
    Homan John, brick layer, Waterloo Road
    Homstead John, shoe maker, High Street
    Howell Joseph, ‘Brown Bear’, Noak Hill
    Humphreys & Wallen, auctioneers & surveyors, High Street
    Hunt Samuel, ‘Rising Sun’, Collier Row
    Idle Henry, greengrocer, Market place
    Ind, Coope & Co, brewers, High Street
    Ingram Mary Ann (Miss), dress maker, North Street
    Ireland Robert, fishmonger, High Street
    Jay John, brick layer, London Road
    Jay William, beer retailer, Waterloo Road
    Joel Daniel, fishmonger, High Street
    Jones rev William T, MA (of Queen’s college, Cambridge, fellow & vice president of the Royal Incorporated College of Preceptors), boarding & day school, North Street
    Jull Thomas, manufacturing chemist & oilman, stationer & book seller, High Street
    Jutsum Edward, farmer, London Road
    Kerr Caroline (Mrs), ‘Rising Sun’, South Street
    Keys James, hair dresser, High Street
    Keys John, hair dresser, market place
    Kistler Andreas, watch & clock maker, High Street
    Lagden Henry, farrier, South Street
    Lake William Bentall, watch & clock maker, High Street
    Lawrence Edward, ‘Bell’, Collier Row
    Lawrence Henry, veterinary surgeon, Stewards
    Lee Elizabeth (Mrs), farmer, Pigtail farm
    Lee John, farmer, Mawney farm
    Leggatt Edward, farmer, Pound Farm
    Levi Benjamin, confectioner, Prospect Place
    Linnett William, beer retailer, barrack ground
    Littlechild Caroline (Miss), milliner, Market place
    Looker John, grocer, High Street
    Lovely James, market gardener, Market place
    Lucas Charles John, pianoforte maker & tuner, North Street
    Luxford Henry, carrier, North Street
    Lyon Ridley, tailor, Waterloo Road
    Mabbett & pink, wholesale & retail furnishing & general ironmongers, manufacturers of kitchen ranges & register stoves, agents for agricultural implements, High Street
    Macarthy James, chemist & druggist, Market place
    Macdonald Daniel, tailor, North Street
    Macdonnell Charles, baker, High Street
    Manning John, shoe maker, Hare Street
    March George Last, pork butcher, Market place
    March Thomas, hair dresser, Market place
    Marchant James, agricultural machinist & wheelwright, Barrack Ground
    Marsden Joseph, beer retailer, High Street
    Martin John, blacksmith, High Street
    Martin Joseph, cattle salesman, Prospect Place
    Martin Thomas, plumber, High Street
    Mathew Wm Richard, shoe maker, High Street
    Matthems John, beer retailer, London Road
    Matthew William, tailor, Mawney’s Lane
    Maxwell Sarah (Miss), hosier, High Street
    McGregor Philip, ‘Compasses’, High Street
    Mead George, saddler, South Street
    Mead John, shoe maker, Market place
    Merrett Francis, miller, Star steam mills, South street
    Milborn Robert, brick layer, Market place
    Miller Benjamin Good, baker, Eardley Green
    Mortlock Thomas, baker, High Street
    Mumford James, basket maker, South Street
    Mundy George, baker, High Street
    Murphy Jeremiah, ‘Laurie Arm’, Waterloo Road
    Neale Wm Hy, under bailiff to the County court, Church Lane
    Oakley Richard, shoe maker, High Street

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