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    Romford 1886 Kelly's Directory

     History of Romford

    Commercial Traders R - Y

    Ralph Simon, school board officer, Victoria Road
    Rawlings Brothers, florists, Old Church
    Read Samuel, saddler, Market place
    Redington Henry, coffee house, High Street
    Reed George, cabinet maker, St Andrews Road
    Reeves Charles, butcher, Victoria Road
    Revill George Frederick, inland revenue officer & inspector of corn returns, Tindal villas, Brentwood Road
    Reynolds Emily (Mrs), earthenware dealer, Albert Road
    Reynolds Peter, Golden Lion Hotel, High Street
    Reynolds Rebecca (Mrs), general dealer, High Street
    Reynolds Walter Edmund, boys school, Market place
    Rich Charles, Bull inn & cattle dealer, Market place
    Rich George, cattle dealer, Rose villa, The Pavement
    Rich George sen, cattle dealer, Victoria villa, Victoria Road
    Rich George jun, cattle dealer, The Lymes, Brentwood Road
    Rich John, cattle dealer, Beech villa, Victoria Road
    Richards Brothers, tailors, South Street
    Robinson Emma (Miss), confectioner, South Street
    Robinson __ (Misses), ladies school, High Street
    Robinson Sarah (Miss), ladies school, St Andrews Road
    Robinson Thomas, stationer & book seller, High Street
    Romford Gas & Coke Co Limited (William Daniel Child, manager), South Street
    Romford Gymnasium & School of Arms (Henry Jessett), Drill hall
    Romford Liberal Association (Francis Allen, sec)
    Rooke Elizabeth (Miss), stay maker, Market place
    Rooke James, stay maker & glass cutter, South Street
    Roughton George, fishmonger, 4 Bedford villas, Victoria Road
    Roynon John, auctioneer & estate agent, Cavendish villa, South Street
    Ruffle Richard, grocer, High Street & Victoria Road
    Rushen Samuel, fishmonger, South Street
    Sabine Thomas, sec to Young Mens Christian Association, Blacks villa, Albert Road
    Saggers George, New Mill Inn, London Road
    Sapsford Thomas John, shoe maker, 2 Bedford villas, Victoria Road
    Sawyer Thomas, blacksmith, Lamb yard
    Scruby Joseph, wholesale & retail grocer & tea & provision dealer & wine & spirit merchant, High Street
    Seabrook John & Philip, farmers, Crowlands
    Sheave Joseph, fancy bazaar, Market place
    Silcocks Edward, plumber, High Street
    Silkstone Colliery Co (William Caswell, man), South Street
    Simpson Peter, travelling draper, George Street
    Singer Manufacturing Co (George Shipman, manager); depot, Market place
    Slipper William Thomas, coach builder, North Street
    Slocombe William, oilman, Victoria Road
    Smee Edward, boot maker, Albert Road
    Smee Mary Ann (Mrs), shopkeeper, High Street
    Smith William Dykes & Sons, basket makers, North Street
    Smith George, carpenter, Claremont Road
    Smith James, seedsman, High Street
    Smith John, butcher, High Street
    Smith John Bevous, currier, Market Place
    Smith Richard, shopkeeper, Market place
    Smith William, clerk to the guardians of Romford union Romford School board & to Lambourne united district school board; to the governors of Ford’s charity, Dagenham; to the rural sanitary authority; treasurer to the Liberty of Havering ate Bower & superintendent registrar, North Street
    Snashall James, basket maker, Eastern Road
    South Henry, farmer, Great Garden Farm
    Spencer John & Son, wholesale grocers & tea dealers & wine & spirit merchants, & agents for W A Gilbey, wine & spirit merchants,Market Place
    Spry john, FS SC, grammar school
    Spurge James, pork butcher, South Street
    Stebbings Robert, hair dresser & cutler, Market Place
    Steel George, leather merchant, Market place
    Steward George, brick layer, 1 Laurel villas, Shaftesbury Road
    Stone Denny, draper, Market Place
    Stromeyer Fredk William, professor of music, Western villa, South Street
    Tarrant Anna Maria (Mrs), dress maker, alexandra villa, Victoria Road
    Taylor & Robbins, printers, publishers & proprietors of the ‘Essex Weekly News’, the ‘Essex independent & Farmers’ Gazette’ & the ‘Braintree & Bocking Advertiser’, South Street; & High Street, Chelmsford etc
    Taylor Edward William, Victoria Inn, Victoria Road
    Taylor Henry, linen draper & clothier, Market place
    Taylor Sidney C, practical tailor, hatter * juvenile outfitter, The Blue house
    Taylot Thomas Crux, estate agent, Market place
    Thimbleby Marianne (Miss), dyer etc, South Street
    Thompson Samuel, fishmonger, South Street
    Thorogood George, carpenter, Waterloo Road
    Thorogood Josiah, carpenter, London Road
    Thorogood Louisa (Miss), shopkeeper, 23 Waterloo Road
    Towns William, grocer, Victoria Road
    Tozer Richard, supervisor of inland revenue, Swinburn villa, eastern Road
    Turner James, cabinet maker, Queen Street
    Turpin Thomas, shopkeeper, 1 Waterloo Road
    Turvey Jonas, inspector of nuisances & surveyor to Romford local board, Market place
    Underwood Charles, blacksmith, White Hart Yard
    Underwood Elijah, blacksmith, Market Place
    Vale Joseph, grocer, Shaftesbury Road
    Vale Joseph John, fishmonger, Albert Road
    Wade & Co, tailors, Market place
    Waghorn Frederic George, baker & grocer, St Andrews Road
    Walden Albert, cooper, North Street
    Wallace Charlotte (Mrs), Sun, London Road
    Wallis & Cane, drapers & carpet warehousemen, South Street
    Wallis Benjamin, grocer, Market place
    Washington Alfred, grocer, London Road
    Watling Richard, timber dealer, Shaftesbury Road
    Watts William, brick layer, 38 Waterloo Road
    Webb Robert, shopkeeper, London Road
    Wedlake Thomas William & Co, agricultural implement makers, South Street
    Wells Frederick, assistant clerk to the justices for the half hundred of Becontree, Emma villa, Shaftesbury Road
    Westgate Frederick, family draper, Market Place
    Wheatley Edward Grey, boot maker, Market Place
    White Frederick & Son, chemists, Victoria Road
    White Emma (Miss), preparatory school, Western Road
    White Thomas Benjamin, shopkeeper, Albert Road
    Whitmore Henry, miller & corn merchant, Victoria Steam Mills
    Wiffen John, Fox & Hounds, South Street
    Willsmer Samuel, saddler, High Street
    Wilson & Whitworth, printers & publishers of the ‘Essex Times’, High Street
    Wood Edward, plumber, Market place
    Woodhouse Alfred, boot maker, High Street
    Woodward Thomas, earthenware dealer, Victoria Road
    Woodyard Frederick, shopkeeper, Mill terrace
    Wraight Thomas, draper, Victoria Road
    Wright & Smith, surgeons, South Street
    Wright & Co, bicycle manufacturers, Market place
    Wright Alfred, surgeon & medical officer of health to Urban & Rural Sanitary Authority & public vaccinator, 2 district, South Street
    Wright Charles, lathe & tool maker, George Street
    York Frederick William, fancy repository, market place
    Young Mens Christian Association (Thomas Sabine, sec), Market place
    Yull Alfred Samuel, plumber, Market place
    Yull James Edward, Liberty Arms, Waterloo Road

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