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    Romford 1886 Kelly's Directory

    History of Romford

    Commercial Traders E - K

    Ebsworth Emmeline (Mrs), Old Windmill & Bells PH, Market Place
    Edwards Edward John, commercial traveller, Eastern Road
    Ellingworth John, eating house, Market Place
    Ellis Joseph Fordham, tallow melter, North Street
    Elmore George, horse breaker, North Street
    Elves Alfred, grocer, Victoria Road
    Enever Ann Elizabeth (Miss), toy dealer, London Road
    Essex (1st) Artillery Volunteers (No 8 battery) Henry Holmes, capt commandant; H R Heasman, lieut
    Essex Equitable Permanent Building Society, South Street
    Essex Independent & Farmerís Gazette (Taylor & Robbins, publishers) (published Monday, Wednesday & Friday), South Street & High Street
    Essex Provident Society (John Hammond, collector), The Pavement
    Essex Regiment, 1st Volunteer Battalion ( A & B companies ) J W Hammond, capt commandant of B company, F H Thirlwall, capt commandant of A company; J B Mumford, drill instructor), Drill hall, Market place
    Essex Times (Wilson & whitworth, publishers), published Wednesday, Friday & Saturday, High Street
    Essex Weekly News (Taylor & Robbins, publishers & proprietors; published fridays), High Street & South Street; & at Chelmsford etc
    Facy Alexander, draper, High Street
    Fairman & Mundy, dress makers, North Street
    Farquharson Albert, surgeon, Brooklands villas, North Street
    Farr George, brick layer, 8 Laurel villas, Shaftesbury Road
    Fayers William, beer retailer, Victoria Road
    Felstead William, fish dealer, High Street
    Fitch John, baker, North Street
    Fletcher Edward, stationer, High Street
    Fletcher Mary Ann (Mrs), milliner, Market place
    Flowers Henry, baker, North Street
    Fox mark, coffee house, Victoria Road
    Fraser James Alexander, surgeon, Western lodge
    Frostick Joseph, chimney sweeper, Shaftesbury Road
    Fulcher William, shopkeeper & carman, Milton Road
    Gardner Richard, commercial traveller, The Lowlands, London Road
    Gardner William, land surveyor, Rose cottage, London Road
    Gayler Henry, grocer, Victoria Road
    Gibson Sarah (Miss), shopkeeper, Waterloo Road
    Gilbey George Battun & Frank, corn, seed & coal merchants, South Street
    Golding Henry, beer retailer, South Street
    Goodchild James, Coach & Bell Inn, High Street
    Goodwin Charles, plumber, Waterloo Road
    Goodwin Sarah (Miss), baker, High Street
    Gordon James, civil engineer, The Pavement
    Gordon John, builder, George Street
    Gray George MRCVS, veterinary surgeon, orn Exchange
    Green John, dairyman, Brentwood Road
    Green Mary (Mrs), fruiterer, Shakespeare Road
    Green Robert, dairyman, Carlisle Road
    Griffiths Griff, cabinet maker, St Andrews Road
    Guiver Eliza (Miss), shopkeeper, Queen Street
    Gunn Charles, shoe maker, High Street
    Gunn John, baker, 23 Waterloo Road
    Gunn Mary (Mrs), ladies school, Norfolk House, Eastern Road
    Hale James, boot maker & furniture dealer, Waterloo Road
    Hall Charles, butcher, Victoria Road
    Halls Charles, carpenter, Milton Road
    Halls Norman, ironmonger, Market Place
    Hamilton George Stuart, inspector of nuisances to the rural sanitary authority, 2 Eden villas, Victoria Road
    Hamm Joseph, blacksmith, Angel Yard, High Street
    Hammond Joseph Samuel & Son, builders & contractors, Hill House
    Hammond Alfred James, Kings Arms PH, Market place
    Hammond Edin, glass merchant, Junction Road
    Hammond Joseph Hewitt, pawnbroker & furniture dealer, High Street
    Hanna James, surgeon, South Street
    Harding George, hay binder, High Street
    Harding Lydia (Mrs), umbrella maker, High Street
    Hardy Henry Thomas, printer, George Street
    Harvey Charles William, poors rate, gas, tithe & highway rates collector, High Street
    Harvey Charlotte (Mrs), china & glass dealer, Market Place
    Haws Thomas Waters (Mrs), farmer, Bell house
    Haynes & Clifton, solicitors & commissioners, & clerks to the magistrates, South Street
    Haymes Henry Shekell (firm, Haynes & Clifton), solicitor, clerk of the peace & coroner, South Street
    Heavens james, Bluchers Head Inn, Market place
    Hedger Henry, academy, Regent House, Market Place
    Hill & Sons, bankers, Market place
    Hillyard Samuel, ironmonger, South Street
    Hinds John, stationer & builder, Market Place
    Hobday George, collector to local board, Victoria Road
    Hodson Jessie (Miss), ladies school, Victoria Road
    Holmes Louisa (Mrs), tobacconist, High Street
    Hose John Henry Edgar, Old Oak Inn, Brentwood Road
    Howes Stephen, carpenter, Milton Road
    Hunt A H & Co, solicitors & commissioners, South Street
    Hunt Alfred Henry, solicitor (firm, Hunt A H & Co), solicitor & clerk to the urban sanitary authority & burial board & vestry clerk, South Street
    Ind, Coope & Co, brewers, High Street; & at Burton on Trent
    Ingram Mark, baker, High Street
    Jarvis Samuel james, coal dealer, Fern Side villa, Carlisle Road
    Jensen Carl Andrews, grocer, Brentwood Road
    Jolly __ (Miss), dress maker, 1 Western terrace, George Street
    Jones Charles, Woolpack inn, High Street
    Keen Thomas, shopkeeper, North Street
    Kimber & Son, milk sellers & coal dealers, Kyme Road
    King George, brick layer, Shaftesbury Road
    Kirkpatrick Charles, tailor, Victoria Road
    Kistler Hannah (Mrs), fancy repository, High Street
    Knight Francis, laundry, Western Road
    Knight Joseph, brick layer, 7 Laurel villas, Shaftesbury Road
    Knightbridge james, butcher, South Street

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