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    Whitechapel High Street - North side part 1

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    1841 - from Church Lane to Angel Alley

    72 Oakley William, carpet warehouse
    72 Post Office Receiving House

    ... Osborne street ...

    74 Fawcett Richard, carpet warehouse
    75 Northy, Digory & Co, solk mercers
    76 Phillips John, linen draper etc

    ... Bull Court ...

    77 Suett Henry, who gingerbread baker
    78 Sanders J, haberdasher & laceman
    79 Bird Adam, carpet & linendrapers
    80 Morley W H, musical instrument maker
    80 Horton James, jeweller
    81 Balls Charles, tailor
    81 Story John, auctioneer & appraiser
    82 Donaldson Thomas, biscuit baker
    83 Hart William, hat manufacturer
    84 Wallis Miss H & Co, hosiers & glovers
    85 Gardner Thomas, hay & straw salesman
    85 Angel, Thomas Gillman

    ... Angel Alley ....
     

    1851 - from Church Lane to Angel Alley

    72 Oakley William, who teadealer & grocer

    ... here Osborne street intersects...

    73 & 74 Fawcett Richard, carpet warehouse
    76 Bates Mrs Ann, lace warehouse

    ... here Bull Court intersects ...

    77 Lawson William, coffee rooms
    78 Marchant Mrs Maria, staymaker
    79 Butler James, linendraper
    80 Chater Charles, boot maker
    80 Horton James & Sons, jewellers
    81 Simpson Godwin & David, window blind maker
    82 Wehrle Henry & Co, watch & clock ma
    83 Hart William, hat manufacturer
    84 Wallis Miss H & Co, hosiers & glovers

    ... here Angel Alley intersects ...
     

    1856 - from Whitechapel Road to Angel Alley

    ... here Whitechapel Road intersects ...

    72 Oakley William, who teadealer & grocer

    ... here Osborne street intersects...

    74 Paddon Thomas, carpet warehouse
    76 Bates Mrs Ann, lace warehouse

    ... here Bull Court intersects ...

    77 Lawson William, coffee & chop house
    78 Simpson Godwin, blind maker
    79 Butler James, linendraper
    80 Chater Charles, boot maker
    80 Horton James & Sons, jewellers
    81 Savage Robert, auctioneer
    82 Raftery Thos, watch ma & jeweller
    83 Hart William, hat manufacturer
    84 Wallis Miss Harriet & Co, hosiers

    ... here Angel Alley intersects ...
     

    1882 - from Church Lane to Angel Alley

    NORTH SIDE
    72 Spitty Thos jun, carpet warehouse
    75 Scarfe Thos Nunn, ladies outfitter
    76 City Tea Co
    77 Lawson Mrs Mary, coffee & chop house
    78 Simpson Godwin Ratler, blind maker
    79 Rycroft Robt & Co, linen drapers
    80 Horton Joshua & Son, jewellers
    80a Powell Thomas, fruiterer
    Tompsey Wm, music seller
    81 Hobbs William, photographer
    82 Dermott Richard Wm, watch maker
    83 Gaved Samuel Thos, ironmonger
    84 Walls Miss Harriet & Co, hosiers

    ... here is Angel Alley ...
     

    1934 - from Church Lane to Angel Alley

    NORTH SIDE
    74 Straker W Ltd, stationers
    75 Radio Pin Saloon, amusement arcade
    76 Levy, Son & Co, warehousemen
    77 Stepney (Borough of) Public Libraries; Whitechapel Library
    77 Stepney Borough Museum
    81 & 82 Whitechapel Art Gallery
    83 Alberts, hosier
    83 Osner H & Sons, mantle manufacturers
    84a Express Printers
    84b Mindel Morris, book binder
    84c Flanzer Benj, ladies tailor

    ... here is Angel Alley ...