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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 1874 Post Office Directory

     History of Romford

    Commercial Traders A - D


    Abraham John, builder, Victoria Road
    Abrey Mary Ann (Miss), ladies school, The Elms, Eastern Road
    Ainsworth Henry, watch maker, North Street & south Street
    Alabaster Robert, ironfounder, Queen Street & St Andrews Road
    Algar James, baker, Albert Road
    Allam Edwin Clark, architect & surveyor, Oakleigh, Western Road, & timber merchant, South Street
    Andrews Louisa Ann (Mrs), hair dresser, High Street
    Atherden William Edward, Kings Head, market Place
    Attwell William Henry, watch maker, South Street
    Axon Joseph, pork butcher, High Street
    Baker Ann & eliza (Misses), ladies school, North Street
    Baker Matilda (Mrs), milliner, 2 Park cottages, North Street
    Balls Elizabeth (Mrs), basket maker, High Street
    Banks Edward, fishmonger, High Street
    Barfoot Joseph, cooper, St Andrews Road
    Barnes William, Rising Sun, South Street
    Batty Joshua Spencer, currier & leather seller, High Street
    Beal Emma (Miss), shopkeeper, Market Place
    Bear Septimus, coffee house, High Street
    Biggs Charles, grocer, Market Place
    Black James, boot maker, High Street
    Black William, builder, High Street
    Bloomfield Benjamin, Bear, & farmer, Noak Hill
    Brand David, boot maker, High Street
    Bridge John, hurdle maker, Dagenham Road
    Byrant James, organist, St Andrews Road
    Bryant, William, hay & straw dealer, Albert Road
    Bull Thomas, musical instrument maker, Market Place
    Burgess Charles, fancy stationer, High Street
    Bury John jun, fishmonger, South Street
    Bury John, shopkeeper, North Street
    Bush William, greengrocer, Market Place
    Bush William, hay & straw dealer, Albert Road
    Buxton Frederick, farmer, Noak Hill
    Cannon Sarah (Mrs), lodging house, North Street
    Capron Thomas William, relieving officer & registrar of births, deaths & marriages, Hare Street
    Carter Elizabeth (Miss), milliner, Market Place
    Carter George, baker, Waterloo Road
    Carter Thomas, grocer, Market Place
    Caton Horatio William, veterinary surgeon, South Street
    Champness Thomas, auctioneer & estate agent, Corn Exchange, High Street
    Clarke Benjamin, grocer & pork butcher, Market Place
    Clayton Mary Ann (Mrs), hosier, St Andrews Road
    Clifton & Haynes, solicitors, South Street
    Clube Maria (Mrs), ladies school, Market Place
    Coates Andrew, watch maker, South Street
    Cole Robert, baker, Prospect Place, Collier Row
    Collier Isaac York, auctioneer, Western Road
    Cook Mary Ann (Mrs), beer retailer, London Road
    Cooper George, pork butcher, High Street
    Cooper Harriet Elizabeth (Mrs), provision dealer, High Street
    Cooper Richard, hay dealer, Albert Road
    Copsey William & Son, cabinet makers, market Place
    Copsey George, cabinet maker, Market Place
    Cornell Thomas William, boot maker, North Street
    Cornick Edward John, Sun, Collier Row
    Cousins Frederick, marine store dealer, High Street
    Cox Frederick, mason & letter cutter, North Street
    Crabb Simon, Durham Arms, Brentwood Road
    Craig John James, clothier, Market Place
    Cripps George Fuller, Bull, Market Place
    Cumbers Francis, tailor, Waterloo Road
    Cursons Thomas, beer retailer, Victoria Road
    Dace James, professor of music, South Street
    Daldy & Co, coal merchants, South Street; & at Rainham, Brentwood, Barking, Grays, Stanford & Benfleet
    Davey Abraham, builder, Market Place
    Davey Norris Fasham, surgeon, Western Lodge, South Street
    Davis & Lewis, milliners & dress makers, South Street
    Day Annie (Mrs), greengrocer, High Street
    Delarne Walter, grocer, Market Place
    Dicks & Son, tailors, Waterloo Road
    Dodwell Amos, grocer & baker, Victoria Road
    Dowsett George, shopkeeper, Hare Street
    Dowsing Herbert, plumber, High Street
    Draper William & Son, saddlers, North Street & South Street

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