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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

     

    Packard Harriet (Miss), ‘Cock & Bell’, Market place
    Pain Henry, farmer, Noak Hill
    Pain Thomas, farmer, Noak Hill
    Parker Richard, inspector of nuisances for the union, North Street
    Parker Susannah (Mrs), ‘Sun’, High Street
    Pavely Robert, brick layer, Waterloo Road
    Pavitt James, ‘Unicorn’, Hare Street
    Pavitt James, beer retailer, Whalebone gate
    Pepper Henry, beer retailer, Collier Row
    Perkins Thomas, shoe maker, Barrack Grounds
    Piggott Charles, shoe maker, near the Turnpike
    Ping John, land surveyor, 3 South Street
    Podd George, farmer, Newhall Farm
    Podd George jun, farmer, Newhall Farm
    Poston William John, butcher & farmer, High Street
    Potter Charles, surgeon, Essex buildings
    Potter Joseph, shoe maker, New Road
    Price Charles, baker & corn dealer, Market place
    Ram & Sewell (the Misses), ladies boarding & day school, St Edwards Square
    Randall Edward, blacksmith, Collier Row
    Rawlings Charles Joseph, solicitor, commissioner for affidavits, agent to the English Widows’ life office, the law Fire office & the Property Assurance society, solicitor to the South Essex Reform Association, also in the bankruptcy court, Market place
    Rayment & Warren, agricultural machine makers & wheelwright, Barrack Ground
    Rayner John Henry, dealer in marine stores, High Street
    Rayner William, butcher, High Street
    Read Peter, ‘Kings Arms’, Market place
    Reynolds George, shopkeeper, Hare Street
    Reynolds George, coal dealer, High Street
    Rich George, cattle salesman, Barrack Ground
    Rich John, cattle salesman
    Rich John, ‘Liberty Arms’, Waterloo Road
    Roach James, farmer, Wright’s Bridge
    Roberts Richard, manager of London & county bank; draw on head office, Lombard Street
    Robinson Thomas, book seller, stationer, berlin & fancy repository, & circulating library, Market place
    Rooke Ash, stay maker & window glass cutter, South Street
    Ross Daniel, grocer, Market place
    Sapsford John, shoe maker, Prospect Place
    Sawyer Thomas, farmer, Prospect Place
    Sawyer William, ‘Old Windmill & Bells’, Market place
    Scruby Joseph, grocer, High Street
    Seabrook George, farmer, Cophall
    Seabrook Thomas, baker & corn dealer, Market place
    Sharp James, farmer, Collier Row
    Sharpe Richard, ‘White Hart’, Hare Street
    Sibthorp John, brick layer, Barrack Ground
    Sibthorp Joseph, shoe maker, Collier Row
    Slipper Isaac, coach builder, Corn Exchange
    Smith Daniel & Wm Dykes, basket makers & coopers, North Street
    Smith Edward, butcher, Market place
    Smith James, currier, Market place
    Smith James, grocer, High Street
    Smith John, corn dealer, High Street
    Smith john, hatter, High Street
    Smith John Moore, master of Romford National school, Market place
    Smith Michael, linen draper, Market place
    Sorrell John, ‘Bull’, Market place
    Sorrell Richard, butcher, High Street
    Southey Samuel, bailiff, North Street
    Sparkes Thomas, veterinary surgeon, High Street
    Spencer John, grocer, Market place
    Spencer Thomas William, dressing comb manufacturer, Prospect House, New Road
    Springham Charles, builder, London Road
    Spurge James, butcher, South Street
    Spurge Joseph, ‘Fox & Hounds’, South Street
    Staines George Thomas, linen draper, Market place
    Staines William, shoeing smith, Hare Street
    Stebbings Robert, hair dresser, Market place
    Stevens Charles, farmer, Noak Hill
    Stevens William, farmer, Noak Hill
    Stimson Susannah (Miss), dress maker, High Street
    Sturdy William, statuary & mason, Market place
    Suckling William, brick layer, Market place
    Surridge & Francis, solicitors, High Street
    Taylor James, linen draper, Market place
    Taylor Mary (Mrs), farmer, Hill Farm
    Taylor Peter Davey, gardener, London Road
    Taylor Philip, farmer, Gooches
    Taylor William, clothier, High Street
    Thompson Thomas, market gardener, mercury gardens
    Thorogood George, carpenter, High Street
    Tipper John Ely, pianoforte tuner, North Street
    Trenfield george, surveyor of taxes, Church lane
    Trott Charlotte Elizabeth (Miss), ladies school, Market place
    Turnidge James, butcher, Collier Row
    Tyser Thomas, farmer, Little Pettits
    Vale Joseph, cooper, North Street
    Viney Lawrence, blacksmith, Noak Hill
    Viney William, farmer, Noak Hill
    Walden John Henry, pianoforte tuner, Waterloo Road
    Wallis James Melville, shoe maker, Church Lane
    Warwick Ann (Miss), dress maker, North Street
    Wedlake & Dendy, engineers, iron & brass founders, & agricultural implement manufacturers, South Street, & Union foundry, Hornchurch
    Welton Robert, wheelwright, Hare Street
    Wenden Charles, omnibus proprietor, South Street
    Wharton James, house painter, London Road
    Wheatley William, shoe maker, Market place
    White Thomas, builder, North Street
    Whitehead James R, agent to the Atlas Fire & Life office
    Whitlow Searle, tobacconist, High Street
    Whittaker Elizabeth (Miss), plumber, Market place
    Wilks Philip, furniture broker, High Street
    Wilks Robert, book binder, Market place
    Williams Charles, fruiterer, High Street
    Winmill Thomas Field, corn factor & coal & coke merchant, Hare Street
    Wisedell James Edward, ‘Star’, adjoining the railway station, South Street
    Wiseman Edward, farmer, Collier Row
    Wood Henry, shoe maker, South Street
    Wood John, cattle dealer, Collier Row
    Woodfine Mary (Mrs), ‘Ship’, Hare Street
    Woodgate James, grocer, Collier Row
    Workman Joseph, grocer, Collier Row
    Young Thomas, dealer in marine stores, Waterloo Road
    Young Thomas jun, marine store dealer, High Street
    Yull James, chemist & druggist, High Street
    Yull Samuel, farmer, Collier Row



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