History of Stratford in 1886
The nature of Stratford and its population rise leads me to split the indexes of the Commercial Traders for 1886 into individual pages, roughly alphabetical.
Nash Jabez & Co, furnishing ironmongers, 129 Leytonstone Road
Nash Charles, glass & china dealer, 74 Broadway
Nash Charles George, boot & shoe maker, 75 Vicarage Lane
Nash David, dairy, 107 Vicarage lane
Nash William James, tobacconist & Stationer, 346 High Street
Negus William, vegetable salesman, 16 Stratford Market
Nessel France, baker, 32 Lett Road
New Imperial Saw Mills Co Limited (Frank Norman Best, manager), Bow Bridge
Newbound William, hay & straw salesman, Stratford Market
Newland Amelia (Miss), confectioner, 193 Leytonstone Road
Newland Frederick, hair dresser, 11 Broadway
Newland George William, Railway Tavern, 14 Bridge Road
Newland John James, hair dresser, 5 Leytonstone Road
Newman George & Co, grocers, 65 Lett Road
Newman Charles, fruiterer, 101 High Street
Newman John, Swan Hotel, 31 Broadway
Newman John Thomas, architect, 224 Romford Road
Newman Richard, greengrocer, 17 Albion Street
Newson George, job master, 292 Romford Road
Newstead Henry, clothier, 316 High Street
Newstead Wlliam, general furnisher & dealer, 357 High Street
Newton George, beer retailer, 253 High Street
Newton Henry Robert, beer retailer, 102 Gurney Road
Nice Herbert George, coal merchant, Cruickshank Road & 47 Howards Road
Nice William, dairyman, & post office, 129 the Grove
Nichols John, wardrobe dealer, 19 Angel Lane
Nickelson Thomas, baker, 82 Henniker Road
Nolan James Dominic, greengrocer, 1 Market Place, Vicarage Lane
Norman William, pianoforte tuner, 28 Buxton Road
Norrie Fredk Jas, collector West Ham local board, Town Hall
North Brothers, builders & contractors, Manbey Road
North Metropolitan Tramways Co (Frederick Morley Watts, sec) , 33a Broadway
Northend Herbert, pianoforte tuner, 115 Romford Road
Norton Thomas & Son, Builders, Frederick Street, Martin Street
Norton Alfred, beer retailer, 112 Leytonstone Road
Notman Frank, grocer, 131 Leytonstone Road
Nurse Joseph Edward, French polisher, 27b Martin Street
Nuttall Albert, beer retailer, Romford Road
Oakley Richard, shopkeeper, 9 Bridge Road
O’Connor Wood, boot maker, 11 & 12 Bridge Road
O’Grady Henry, news agent, 2a Great Eastern Road
Oldman John, grocer, 27 Howards Road, Forest lane
Oldroyd Allen, tobacconist, 364 High Street
Oliver George W, hatter, 2 Martin Street
One Coal Co (The), 31a Martin Street & 337 High Street
Oram Isaac, boot maker, 142 Major Road
Orpwood Frederick, shopkeeper, 201 High Street
Osborne Charles, cheesemonger, 18 Martin Street
Ottaway Arthur Kingsbury, provision merchant, 204 The Grove
Ough Henry, civil engineer, 17 gardens, Romford Road
Overton William, wheelwright, 10 Martin Street
Owen Elizabeth (Mrs), shirt dresser, 1 Crownfield Road
Owen Owen, grocer, 54 Albert Road, Forest Lane
Oxborrow W S, accountant, 279 Romford Road
What I am now attempting to achieve is the coverage of an earlier London
street directory in 1832. This is unique, plus
images of the 1842 Robsons directory which confirm earlier entries and also
carry much more trade detail about a premises or person. Here is the index of streets in 1832, many with
1842 imagery added.
And next is the complete 1840 London street directory - this will take some months to complete, so bear with me!
London pub history directory.
London Street Listings in 1832.
London street listings in 1842
London Street Listings in 1818 - mainly A and B.
London public houses in 1833 Pigots.
Entire London Street Listing in 1843 - by surname.
London public houses in 1856.
London public houses in 1869.
London public houses in 1899
London 1921 Street directory in 1921
London 1940 Street directory 1940
London Pubs in 2018