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    Whitechapel High Street - North side part 3

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    1841 - from Essex Street to Castle Alley

    ... Essex Street ...

    107 Arnold George & son, tea dealers
    108 Poland Joshua A, fishmonger
    109 Perry John Aldngton, ironmonger
    110 Beaton & Campbell, jewellers
    111 Seven Stars, George Webb
    112 Moss Isaac, stay maker

    ... Kent & Essex Yard ...

        Gingell James, hay salesman
        Jeffrey & Wise, paper hanging manufacturer
    114 Saunders Philip H, milliner
    115 Iley T & Co, linen & carpet warehouse
    116 Hart Aaron & J, who boot & shoe ma
    117 Clark Alfred, stationer
    118 Blacklock John, stationer
    119 Macrae Edmund, oil & colorman
    120 Burman William Edward, hatter

    ... Newcastle Street ...

    121 Gardiner Sophia & Co, milliners
    122 Elton Mrs C, wholesale ironmonger
    123 Dudden & Dafft, woollen drapers
    124 Worralls D, alamode beef house
    125 Taylor John, basket maker

    ... Castle Alley ...
     

    1851 - from Commercial Street to Castle Alley

    ... here Commercial Road intersects ...

    110 Crouch Richard, linen draper
    111 Seven Stars, George Webb
    112 Harden William Henry, boot maker
    113 Cramp Robert, rope & twine manufacturer

         Kent & Essex Yard:--
    114 Kent & Essex Tavern, James Ames
        Commissioners of Whitechapel Paving Office
        Gingell James, hay salesman
        Jeffrey, Allen & Co, paper stainers
        Macrae Henry, oil merchant
    115 Shaw John & Co, linen & carpet warehouse
    116 Ebblewhite John Henry, musical instrument maker
    117 Tullet Mrs Susannah, who & retail stationer
    118 Blacklock & Hancock, stationers
    120 Burman William Edward, hatter

    ... here Newcastle Street intersects ...

    121 Lewis & Haddon, milliners
    122 Waldon Henry, dining rooms
    123 Bartrum, Harvey & Co, woollen drapers
    125 Taylor John, basket maker

    ... here Castle Alley intersects...
     

    1856 - from Commercial Road to Castle Alley

    ... here Commercial Street intersects ...

    110 Crouch Richard, linen draper
    111 Seven Stars, George Webb
    112 Harden William Henry, boot maker
    113 Cramp Robert, rope & twine manufacturer

        Kent & Essex Yard:--
    114 Kent & Essex Tavern, George Clarke
        Office of the Board of Trustees for Paving, lighting etc
        St Marys Whitechapel
        Whitechapel hay & straw market
            Geo Byron, clerk of the market
        Gingell James & Son, hay salesmen
        Jeffrey, Allen & Co, paper stainers
    115 Shaw John & Co, linen & carpet warehouse
    116 Lazarus Abraham & Co, tailors
    117 Blacklock & Hancock, stationers
    118 Allen Frederick, who confectioner
    119 Trundell Wm, boot & shoe warehouse
    120 Wiseman William, coffee house

    ... here Newcastle Street intersects ...

    121 Lewis Misses Mary & M, milliners
    122 Dryden George, linen draper
    123 Howes Hy, woollen & Manchester warehouse
    124 Jacobs Lewis, boot maker
    125 Weakley John, tooth brush maker
    126 Newton George, eastern coffee rooms

    ... here Castle Alley intersects...
     

    1869 - from Commercial Road to Castle Alley

    ... here is Commercial Street ...

    110 East London (Eastern branch) Bank
        Jno C Ralston, manager
    111 Webb Geo, wine & spirit merchant   [Seven Stars]
    114 Cramp Robt, rope & twine manufacturers
        Kent & Essex yard
    114 Kent & Essex Tavern, Wm Kempster
        Office of the Board of Trustees
        Whitechapel Hay & Straw Market
        Geo Byron, receiver of tolls
        Gingell Jas & Son, hay salesmen
    115 Jeffrey & Co, paper hanging maker
    115 Shaw Jno & Co, linen & carpet wa
    116 Trollope Thomas, hatter
    117 Blacklock & Hancock, stationers
    118 Osborne & Every, cider merchants
    119 Marks Abraham, clothier
    120 Taylor Richard, boot maker

    ... here is Newcastle Street ...

    121 Dawson Francis, confectioner
    122 Ford Henry, linen draper
    123 Moses hen & Son, who clothiers
    124 Hicks William, linen draper

    ... here is Castle Alley ...

     

    1882 - from Commercial Road to Castle Alley

    ... here is Commercial Street ...

    110 Central Bank of London Lim (branch)
        Wm Robt Evans, manager
    114 Cramp Robt Alfd, rope manufacturer
        Kent & Essex Yard
        Office of the Board of Trustees
        Whitechapel Hay & Straw Market
        Richard Grace, receiver of tolls
        Gingell James, Son & Cruickshank, hay salesmen
    115 Shaw Jno & Co, linen & carpet wa
    116 Trollope Thomas, hatter
    117 Blacklock John, stationer
    118 Jcobson Alfred, clothier

    ... here is Newcastle Street ...

    119 Dawson Francis, confectioner
    122 Ford Henry, linen draper
    123 Hicks William, linen draper
    124 Buchner Max, chemist

    ... here is Castle Alley ...
     

    1934 - from Commercial Road to Old Castle Street

    ... here is Commercial Street ...

    110 Midland Bank Ltd (branch)
    111 & 112 Webb & Co, wine & spirit merchants [Seven Stars]
    114 Central Store, ladies hosiers
    115 Duke M & Sons Ltd, knitted goods manufacturers
    116 Gressmans Cash Chemists Ltd
    116 Dee Boris D, dentist
    117 Fabian Hyman, trimming dealer
    118 Singer Sewing Machine Co ltd
    118 Vice-Regal Optical Co, opticians
    119 Israel S & L, who hosiers
    120 Westminster Watch Co Ltd, watch & clock makers

    ... here is Newcastle Street ...

    122 Brotchmacher Szaja, silk merchant
    122 Gold Lewis, ladies tailor
    122 Erlichman H & O, gown manufacturers

    ... here is Old Castle Street ...
     

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