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    Romford 1874 Post Office Directory

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    Commercial Traders E - K


    Ebsworth Francis, Old Windmill & Bells, Market Place
    Ellingworth James, cow keeper, Hare Street
    Ellingworth John, greengrocer, Market Place
    Ellis Fordham, grocer & tallow chandler, South Street
    Ellis William, auctioneer & appraiser, High Street
    Enever Ann Elizabeth (Miss), shopkeeper, High Street
    Essex Independent & Farmerís Gazette (Taylor & Robbins, publishers) (published Monday, Wednesday & Friday), South Street & High Street; & at Chelmsford
    Essex Provident Society (John Hammond, clerk), Market Place
    Essex Times (Wilson & whitworth, publishers), High Street; published Wednesday 7 Saturday
    Essex Weekly News (taylor & Robbins, publishers & proprietors), High Street & South Street; & at Chelmsford
    Estaugh William, White Hart, Hare Street
    Evans James, Ship, Hare Street
    Fayers William, baker & grocer, St Andrews Road
    Field Charles, academy, London Road
    Finch James, beer retailer, High Street
    Finch Joseph, Compasses, High Street
    Fletcher Samuel, auctioneer & pawnbroker, High Street
    Flowers Henry, baker, South Street
    Fox Henry, draper & outfitter, South Street
    Fox James, furniture dealer & ironmonger, South Street
    Fraser & Benton, auctioneers, High Street
    Freeman Sarah (Miss), fancy repository, South Street
    French William, horse dealer, Hastings Terrace, Eastern Road
    Frost Amos, Unicorn, Hare Street
    Frost Samuel, beer retailer, Market Place
    Gayler Henry, grocer, Victoria Road
    Gilbey George King, corn, seed & coal merchant, South Street
    Gilderson Robert, coach builder & wheelwright, Victoria Road
    Goddin David, Fox & Hounds, South Street
    Godfrey Charles, high bailiff, South Street
    Golding Henry, beer retailer, North Street
    Goodwin Charles, plumber, Waterloo Road
    Goodwin Sarah (Miss), baker, High Street
    Goodwin William, shopkeeper, Waterloo Road
    Gordon John, builder, George Street
    Gray William, beer retailer, London Road
    Grayling George, straw dealer, Collier Row
    Green Joseph, brisk layer, Collier Row
    Gunn Charles, boot maker, High Street
    Gunn John, greengrocer, Waterloo Road
    Hale James, boot maker, Waterloo Road
    Halls Norman, general furnishing ironmonger, Market Place
    Hamilton James, saltpetre manufacturer, St Andrews Road
    Hammond Charles, stone mason, Market Place
    Hammond Henry, butcher, High Street
    Hammond Joseph Samuel, builder & contractor, Market Place
    Harvey Alfred, auctioneer & estate agent, High Street
    Harvey Charles William, stationer & news agent, High Street
    Harvey Charlotte (Mrs), china & glass dealer, Market Place
    Haws Thomas Waters, farmer & land surveyor, Bell House, Dagenham Road
    Hedge Esther (Mrs), day school, Albert Road
    Hedger Henry, academy, Regent House, Market Place
    Hervey George William, saddler, High Street
    Hinds John, stationer, Market Place
    Hockley Daniel, fruiterer, Market Place
    Hollingsworth Hilery (Mrs), basket maker, High Street
    Holmes William, tobacconist, High Street
    Hughes Robert, surveyor & sanitary inspector for rural districts, North Street
    Hunt Alfred Henry, solicitor (firm, Surridge & Hunt), South Street
    Ind, Coope & Co, brewers, High Street
    Ingram Ellen (Mrs), baker, High Street
    Ingram George, boarding & day school, Eastern Road
    Jackson Joseph, grocer, St Andrews Road
    Jeffery Charles, boot maker, Market Place
    Keeble William Crosby, Bell, Collier Road
    Kerridge Henry, greengrocer, St Andrews Road
    Kibble George, White Hart, Collier Row
    Kimber Daniel, marine store dealer, London Road
    King Stripling, poulterer, Milestone Cottage, London Road
    Kistler Hannah (Mrs), watch maker, High Street
    Knight Mary Ann (Mrs), laundress, Western Road

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