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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 L - P

     

    Lake William Bentall, watch maker, High Street
    Lasham John William, chemist, High Street
    Lavender Robert James, town missionary, 1 Park cottages, North Street
    Lawrence Henry, veterinary surgeon, Stewards, South Street
    Lawrence Edward, farmer, Collier Row
    Lea Henry Wm Hope, solicitor, 1 cavendish villas, South Street
    Lee John, farmer, Great Mawley’s, High Street
    Lee Joseph, farmer, Park Farm, London Road
    Lee William, farmer, London Road
    Lemere James, oilman, Market Place
    Levy Abraham, watch maker, High Street
    Levy Solomon, herbalist, High Street
    Lewis William, shoe maker & sail maker, Hare Street
    Linnett John, farmer, Albert Road
    Linsdell James, house agent, High Street
    Literary & Mechanics’ Institute (David McIntosh, president; C P Matthews, vice-president; John William Lasham, hon sec)
    Little William, beer retailer & wheelwright, Collier Row
    London & County Bank (branch) (Richard Roberts, manager), High Street
    Lucas Henry, pianoforte tuner & china & glass dealer, High Street
    Luck John, boot maker, Market Place
    Lynn Robert, tailor, Waterloo Road
    Lyon Ridley, tailor, High Street
    Mabbett & Pink, general & furnishing ironmongers, bar iron & oil merchants, High Street
    Macarthy Christopher Innis, chemist, Market Place
    McDonald Daniel tailor, Market Place
    Mann John, farmer, Little Pettit’s Farm
    Manning Abraham, boot maker, Hare Street
    Manning William, carrier, North Street
    Mantell Frederick Lewis, Bluchers Head, Market Place
    March David, linen draper, Market Place
    March Thomas, hair dresser, Market Place
    Marchant James, wheelwright, St Andrews Road
    Martin John, blacksmith, High Street
    Mathew Charles, Liberty, Waterloo Road
    Mathew Richard William, boot maker, High Street
    Matthews Thomas, Victoria, Victoria Road
    Mead George, saddler, South Street
    Mead John, shoe maker, Market Place
    Meadmore Wm, nurseryman, seedsman & florist, Market Place
    Mee Samuel, butcher, High Street
    Minns Thomas, grocer & baker, High Street
    Mizen David, market gardener, London Road
    Morecraft Edward, fancy repository, Market Place
    Mundy George jun, house & general agent, High Street
    Mundy George sen, baker, High Street
    Murphy Charles, Kings Arms, Market Place
    Murphy Jeremiah, Laurie Arms, St Andrews Road
    Muskett William, baker & confectioner, Market Place
    Nash Stephen, coal merchant, South Street
    Nicholls John, gardener, Carlisle Road
    Nicholson Frederick, district surveyor to Romford Highway Board, Hannah villas, Eastern Road
    Norman Elizabeth (Mrs), milliner, London Road
    Norris Henry, Swan, Market Place
    Owen William, town surveyor, Market Place
    Page George, butcher, High Street
    Pain William, cattle dealer, Romford Lodge
    Palmer George, baker, North Street
    Palmer James, general dealer, Well Yard, High Street
    Parish Alfred, boot maker, George Street
    Payne George, florist, Victoria Road
    Peck Charles, boot maker, Market Place
    Pertwee Edward, chemist, High Street
    Peters John, beer retailer, St Andrews Road
    Phemister James, professor of music, Eastern Road
    Phillips Joseph, confectioner & corn merchant, High Street
    Pinfold Robert, chimney sweeper, market Place
    Pitts Thomas, grocer, St Andrews Road
    Poel William, ginger beer maker & carrier, North Street
    Porter Joseph, coach builder, South Street
    Potter Charles, surgeon, North Street
    Potter John, beer retailer, Dagenham Road
    Potter Joseph, boot maker, St Andrews Road
    Pullan George, tailor, High Street

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