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    Romford 1874 Post Office Directory

     History of Romford

    Commercial Traders R - Y


    Randall Edward, blacksmith, Collier Row
    Rawlings Charles Joseph, solicitor, Market Place; & 59 Bishopsgate Street within, London EC
    Rawlings George, florist, Old Church
    Ray John, farmer, Great Pettit’s Farm
    Reed George, cabinet maker, St Andrews Road
    Reynolds George, coal dealer, High Street
    Reynolds Peter, Golden Lion Commercial Hotel & Posting House, High Street
    Rich Eliza (Mrs), New Mill, High Street
    Rich George, cattle dealer, near Cemetery
    Rich George, cattle dealer, Victoria Road
    Rich James, beer retailer, High Street
    Rich John, Cock & Bell, Market Place
    Roach James, farmer, Noak Hill
    Robinson Sarah (Miss), ladies school, St Andrews Road
    Robinson Thomas, stationer & book seller, High Street
    Robson Thomas, artificial florist, London Road
    Rogers Deborah (Mrs), day school, George Street
    Rogers John, linen draper, Market Place
    Romford Gas Works (William Wilshaw, sec), South Street
    Rooke Henry, stay maker, High Street
    Rooke James, stay maker, South Street
    Ruffle Richard, grocer, High Street & South Street
    Sapsford John, boot maker, Prospect Place, Collier Row
    Sas Francis Charles, cabinet maker, Market Place
    Swayer Thomas, farmer, Mowbray Farm, Prospect place, Collier Row
    Scheen David, umbrella maker, High Street
    Scruby Joseph, wholesale grocer & wine & spirit merchant, High Street
    Seabrook Selina (Mrs), farmer, Crowlands, London Road
    Seabrook Thomas, baker & corn dealer, Market Place
    Seward James, White Hart Hotel, & wholesale wine & spirit merchant, High Street
    Shoebridge James, Dolphin, Market Place
    Silcocks Edward, plumber, High Street
    Simons Ellen (Miss), dress maker, South Street
    Simpson Peter, draper, George Street
    Slipper William Thomas, coach builder, North Street
    Smee William Thomas, shopkeeper, High Street
    Smith Charles Kerr, linen draper, Market Place
    Smith James, fruiterer, High Street
    Smith James Holme, farmer, Noak Hill
    Smith John, corn dealer, High Street
    Smith John Bevois, currier, Market Place
    Smith Richard, beer retailer, Market Place
    Smith William Dykes, basket maker, North Street
    Solomon Frances Ellen (Mrs), ladies school, Western Road
    Sparks John, leather seller, High Street
    Sparks Thomas, veterinary surgeon, High Street
    Spencer John, wholesale grocer & tea dealer & wine & spirit merchant, Market Place
    Spencer William Thomas, comb maker, St Andrews Road
    Springham Charles, timber merchant, Hornchurch Road
    Spurge James, pork butcher, South Street
    Spurge William, butcher, South Street
    Squires Jane (Miss), dress maker, North Street
    Staines William & Thomas, blacksmiths, Hare Street
    Stannard John, beer retailer, High Street
    Stebbings Robert, hair dresser & wood turner, Market Place
    Stevens William, farmer, Noak Hill
    Stone Denny, linen draper, Market Place
    Stormeyer Frederic William, professor of music, Hastings Terrace, Western Road
    Stubbs Alithea (Mrs), gardener, Strawberry cottage, London Road
    Surridge & Hunt, solicitors, South Street
    Taylor Henry, linen draper & clothier, High Street
    Taylor Mark, farmer, Noak Hill
    Taylor & Robbins, printers & proprietors of the ‘Essex Weekly News’, the ‘Essex independent & Farmers’ Gazette’ & of the ‘Braintree & Bocking Advertiser’, South Street; & High Street, Chelmsford
    Taylor Mary Ann (Mrs), milliner, Market Place
    Taylor William, clothier, High Street
    Thimbleby Joseph, shopkeeper, Collier Row
    Thorogood George, carpenter, Waterloo Road
    Turner Walter, cattle dealer, Albert Road
    Turpin Thomas Webbm cattle salesman, the Retreat, Market Place
    Underwood Charles, shoeing & general smith, South Street
    Underwood Elijah, blacksmith, Market Place
    Vale Joseph, cooper, South Street
    Wackrill William Thomas, Woolpack, High Street
    Wakefield George Richard, confectioner, Market place
    Wallace Joseph, Sun, High Street
    Webb James, Star, South Street
    Wedlake Thomas William, agricultural implement maker, South Street; & at Hornchurch
    Welton Ann (Mrs), shopkeeper, Hare Street
    Wenden Charles, Lamb, Market Place
    Westgate Frederick, linen draper, Market Place
    Westwood Joseph, painter & glazier, St Andrews Road
    Wheatly Edward Grey, boot maker, Market Place
    Whitcher John, photographer, South Street
    White Emma (Miss), preparatory school, Western Road
    White Henry, builder, North Street
    Whitmore Henry, Victoria steam flour mills, Victoria Road
    Wiffen Robert Arthur, plumber, Market Place
    Williams Charles, greengrocer, High Street
    Willings Sarah Ann (Mrs), refreshment rooms, South Street
    Wilson & Whitworth, printers & publishers, High Street
    Wood Edward, plumber, High Street
    Woodhouse Alfred, boot maker, High Street
    Woodrow James Prevost, academy, Junction Road
    Woodward Thomas, shopkeeper, Victoria Road
    Workman Esther (Miss), shopkeeper, Victoria Road
    Wray James & Co, grocers, High Street
    Wright Alfred, surgeon, South Street
    Young Alfred Charles, marine store dealer, High Street
    Yull Samuel, farmer, Collier Row

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