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    Whitechapel High Street - South side part 1

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    1841 - from Aldgate High Street to Whitechapel road

    1 Three Tuns, William Henry Lemon
    2 Huskinson John, butcher
    3 Wood Benjamin, butcher
    4 Aylward John, butcher
    5 Webb Mrs Sarah, tripe dresser

    ... Irish Court ...

    5 Smith & Read, carpenters
    6 Withers Mrs Esther, butcher
    7 Hurrell Joseph & H, potato salesemen
    8 Harben Charles Henry, cheesemonger
    9 Withers Edw, tea dealer & grocer

    ... White Hart yard ...

    10 Cornman Philip, livery stables
    11 Danby Thomas, grocer
    12 Nutter Thomas, grocer
    13 Larking Wm & Son, who cheesemongers
    14 Boswell W, coachman & wheelwright
    14 Littlefield James, potato dealer
    15 Hussey Gideon, baker
    16 Horns, William Beaumont
    17 Haydon William, dining rooms

    ... Half Moon Passage ...
     

    1851 - from Aldgate High Street to Whitechapel road

    1 Three Tuns, Justinian Hancock
    2 Lankester Robert Lawrance, butcher
    3 James George, butcher
    4 Frisby Frederick, butcher
    5 Shipman Richard, tripe dresser

    ... here Irish Court intersects ...

    5 Smith & Read, carpenters
    5 Whiffin George, carcase butcher
    6 Withers Mrs Esther, butcher
    7 Hurrell Henry, potato saleseman
    8 Harben Charles H, who cheesemonger
    9 Christie Thomas, who & retail teadealer
    11 Danby Thomas, grocer
    12 Nutter Whitaker, cheesemonger
    13 Larking Wm & Son, who cheesemongers
    14 Horn James, engineer & millwright etc
    14 Leaver William, dining rooms
    15 Hussey Gideon, baker
    16 Horns, Stallwood Watkinson
    17 Hawkins John, teadealer

    ... here Half Moon Passage intersects ...
     

    1856 - from Aldgate High Street to Whitechapel road

    1 Three Tuns, John Martin
    2 Lankester Robert Lawrance, butcher
    3 James George, butcher
    4 Frisby Frederick, butcher
    5 Shipman Richard, tripe dresser

    ... here Irish Court intersects ...

    5 Smith & Read, carpenters
    6 Withers Mrs Esther, butcher
    7 Whiffin George, carcase butcher
    8 Sutcliffe Edwin, retail cheesemonger
    9 Morris Samuel, tobacco & cigar ma
    10 Furnivall Charles, builder
    11 Danby Thomas, grocer
    12 Hinton Alfred, cheesemonger
    13 Larking Wm & Sons, who cheesemongers
    14 Horn James, engineer & millwright etc
    14 Spink Elisha, dining rooms
    15 Hussey Gideon, baker
    16 Horns, Michael Myers
    17 Hawkins John, teadealer

    ... here Half Moon Passage intersects ...


    1869 - from Aldgate High Street to Whitechapel road
     

    1 Three Tuns, James Crane
    2 Lankester Roby Lawrance, butcher
    3 James George, butcher
    4 Hickinbotham John, butcher

    ... here is Irish Court ...

    5 Mead Charles, tripe dresser
    5 Read John & Sons, builders
    6 Spencer James, butcher
    7 Whiffin George, carcase butcher
    8 Marshall Albert, greengrocer
    9 Brown Wm, mustard manufacturer
    11 Danby Thomas, grocer
    12 Reynolds Jas Geo, cheesemonger
    13 Sulan George, pork butcher
    14 Horn Jas & Co, engineers & millwrights
    14 Hart Henry, gas fitter
    15 Hussey Francis Gideon, baker
    16 Horns, John Carr Fryer
    17 & 19 Hawkins J & Sons, who tea dealers

    ... here is Half Moon Passage ...
     

    1882 - from Aldgate High Street to Whitechapel road

    SOUTH SIDE
    1 Three Tuns, Mrs Caroline Morgan
    2 Lankester & Chamberlain. meat salesmen
    3 Wood Benjamin James, butcher
    4 Knight Charles Henry, butcher

    ... here is Irish Court ...

    5 Mead Charles, tripe dresser
        Read John & Son, builders
    7 Gower William, fishmonger
    8 Freemans Cocoa Rooms
    9 & 10 Dixon, Carter & Co, wholesale provision merchants
    11 Olley Edward, butcher
    12 Hocking Mrs Amelia, cheesemonger
    13 Sulan George, pork butcger
    14 Horn James & Co, engineers
        Hart Henry, gasfitter
    15 Hussey Francis Gideon, baker
    16 Horns, Mrs Mary Ann Fryer
    17 & 19 Hawkins J & Son, who tea dealers
     

    1934 - from Aldgate High Street to Whitechapel road

    SOUTH SIDE
    1 Three Tuns, Mrs Flora Wood
    2 & 3 Bell Top Hosiery Co Ltd
    2 & 3 M & M Gowns Ltd, gown manufacturers
    2 & 3 Board of Shecheta
    2 & 3 Marber Albert, gown manufacturer
    4 Mereados, confectioners

    ... here is Irish Court ...

    5 Baker John S & Co, tripe dressers
    6 Morris Albert, wall paper dealer
    7 Bush L, fried fish shop
    9 Sofer Phillip, refreshment rooms
    10 Gill Bros, tobacconists
    10 Davies Israel, hairdresser
        Aldgate East Chambers : -
        3 White Mark, tailor
        4 Mann & Weintroub, gown manufacturers
        5,6 & 7 Schwartz Simon, restaurant
        10 to 16 Goldblatt Lew, gown manufacturer
        17 Goldstein Sol, tailor
        22 Ritterband Lewis, ladies tailor
        23 Angel C & Son, ladies tailor
        24 & 25 & 34 Goldman Sol & Sons Ltd, hardware merchants
        26 Underwear Supply Association, ladies underwear manufacturers
        27 Watson Frank, plumber
        28 Jacobs & Bitel, mantle manufacturers
        29 & 30 Schwalb Samuel, who furrier
        31 Tannen & Co, embroiderers
        33 Gross & Manheim, dress makers
        36 & 37 Ziprin Lazarus, ladies tailor
        38 Ross, Hirshowitz & Bialick, ladies tailors
        39 Sanders Sol, ladies tailor
        40 Goldblatt Abraham, ladies tailor
        43 Cohen Harry, ladies tailor
        44 Stock Joseph, dress maker
        45 Cohen & Fluster, costume makers
        46 Sank Bros, waistcoat makers

    11,12, 13 & 14 Wood Chas B, pork butcher
    14a Wagner, Helmnt & Erich Fuchs, gong manufacturers
    15 Rafer David, who hosier
    16 Wall Paper Stores Ltd, wallpaper manufacturers
    16a Morris S & J, woollen merchants
    16a Simons Sidney, ladies tailor
    16a Tanski Israel, tailor
    17 Hawkins & Son, who grocers

    ... here is Halfmoon Passage ...
     

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