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    Romford 1886 Kelly's Directory

    History of Romford

    Commercial Traders L - P

    Lake William Bentall, watch maker & jeweller, High Street
    Lamb Thomas, farmer, Pigtail farm, London Road
    Landon harcourt Palmer, solicitor, see Postans & Landon
    Landon James, professor of music, St Edwards Road
    Large Edward, Dolphin inn, Market place
    Large William, farmer, Brookside
    Lasham John William, chemist, High Street
    Lea Henry William Hope, solicitor, Camden villas, Victoria Road
    Lee Alfred William, cabinet maker, South Street
    Lee Joseph, farmer, Park Farm, London Road
    Levy Solomon, herbalist, High Street
    Limbrick John, eating house, Market place
    Linnett John, carman & farmer, Albert Road
    Literary & Mechanics’ Institute (Rev Canon Hitchcock, president; W T Martin, hon sec; John Spencer jun, hon librarian)
    Little John, Rising Sun PH, South Street
    Loder Mary Ann (Mrs), ladies school, Dalston villas, Weston Road
    London Clothing Company, clothiers, South Street
    London & County Banking Co Limited (branch) (Thomas Flockton Barrow, manager), High Street; draw on head office, London EC
    Lovatt Alfred, Lawrie Arms PH, St Andrews Woad
    Lucas Bessie (Mrs), china & glass dealer & pianoforte tuner, High Street
    Ludkin Frances (Mrs), dress maker, Albert Road
    Ludkin Henry, shopkeeper, Victoria Road
    Lynn Robert, tailor, 4 Waterloo Road
    McNamara John, photographer, South Street
    Makin Alice & Annie (Misses), ladies school, Western Road
    Mann John, farmer, Little Pettit’s Farm
    Manning Sarah (Miss), dress maker, George Street
    Manning William, carrier, North Street
    Mansell Walter, agent for Jey's Sanitary Compounds Co Lim, South Street
    Mantell Frederick Louis, Star PH, South Street
    March Sarah & Emma (Misses), fancy repository, Market place
    March David, draper, Market Place
    Martin John, blacksmith, High Street
    Martin W T, relieving officer No 2 district, 2 Lamorna terrace, Victoria Road
    Massey Joseph, fruiterer, Shaftesbury Road
    Mathew Richard Hare, boot maker, High Street
    Mays William Rust, builder, Park lane, Brentwood Road
    Mead John, shoe maker, Market Place
    Meadmore Wm, nurseryman, Market Place & confectioner, High Street
    Medcalf Alfred, butcher & cattle dealer, Hill cottage
    Merton William, tripe dealer, High Street
    Milbank Ellen (Miss), shopkeeper, St Andrews Road
    Milbon John, builder, Queen Street
    Milton Richard, beer retailer & carpenter, London Road
    Minns Thomas, grocer & baker, High Street
    Mister Fanny (Mrs), toy shop, Victoria Road
    Mumford Joseph Brett, drill instructor to the A & B companies of the 1st Essex Rifle Volunteers, Nortth Street
    Mundy Frank, poulterer, High Street
    Mundy George sen, baker, High Street
    Mundy George jun, house & general agent, London Road
    Mundy Lulu (Miss), teacher of music, London Road
    Murphy Richard, sign writer, Spring cottage, Victoria Road
    Muskett William, baker & confectioner, Market Place & South Street
    Nash Stephen, coal merchant, South Street
    Neal Emma (Mrs), dress maker, 4 Eastern terrace, Albert Road
    Negus George, shopkeeper, Mill terrace
    New Zealand Meat Stores (Samuel Fletcher, man), Market place
    Nicholls John, nurseryan, florist etc, Carlisle Road
    Norris Henry, Swan Inn, Market place
    Page Henry, Kings Head Inn, Market place
    Pain William, cattle dealer, Romford Lodge
    Palmer Alice (Mrs), fishmonger, Queen Street
    Palmer Richard, horse slaughterer, High Street
    Parfit George, marble, stone & monumental mason, Hornchurch Road
    Parish Alfred, boot maker, George Street
    Parr & King, fancy drapers, hosiers & haberdashers, stationery etc; periodicals ordered; agents for the Perth dye works, Kingston house, Victoria Road
    Parson Eliza Susan (Mrs), dress maker, North Street
    Patching John, White Hart Hotel, High Street
    Peck Charles, boot maker, Market Place
    Pegrum Mary Ann (Mrs), dress maker, Albert Road
    Perry Henry, grocer, George Street
    Peters John, engineer & beer retailer, St Andrews Road
    Peters John, plumber etc, Alice cottage, George Street
    Pilborough George Charles, hair dresser & photographer, South Street
    Pinfold Eliza (Mrs), chimney sweeper, Market Place
    Pink John Thomas, general & furnishing ironmonger, bar iron & oil merchant & agent for Flavel’s patent prize kitchener, High Street; & at Barking
    Pipe George William, basket maker, London Road
    Poel William, carrier, North Street
    Porter Joseph, coach builder, South Street
    Postans & Landons, solicitors, Crown chambers
    Poston James Roger, butcher, High Street
    Potter & Hanna, surgeons, North Street & Western Road
    Potter Joseph, boot maker, St Andrews Road
    Price Mary (Miss), dress maker, High Street
    Pryke Joshua, shoe maker, 33 Waterloo Road
    Pullan George, tailor, High Street

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