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    Whitechapel Road NORTH SIDE - part 1

    The Directories transcribed are from 1841, 1851, 1856, 1882 & 1934. More to follow:

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    1841 - Whitechapel High Street to Size Yard

    ... Whitechapel Road, continuation of Whitechapel High Street

    1 Kirby Jas Fred, boot & shoe warehouse
    2 Angel & Crown, Hezekiah Hodges
    4 Mabson Geo Moulton, potato salesman
    5 Cressal & Bradley, fur undertakers
    6 Garratt William, cheesemonger
    7 Two Bells, Mrs Ellen Powell
    8 George Thomas, dining rooms
    9 Croft Thomas, livery stables
    10 Nags Head, John Smith
    11 Martin Benjamin, baker
    12 Mumford Mrs Sarah, fishmonger
    13 Ceal & Huxley, tobacco & snuff makers
    15 Wood Nath & David, dealers in birmingham goods
    16 Aaron Mrs Charlotte, pawnbroker
    17 Mosely William, tailor & draper
    18 Wootten Fredk, hosier & outfitter
    19 Harris Mrs Mary, haberdasher
    21 Green Christopher, baker
    22 Clark Samuel, cheesemonger

    ... Size Yard ...
     

    1851 - Whitechapel High Street to Size Yard

    ... Whitechapel Road, continuation of Whitechapel High Street

    1 Kirby Mrs Ann, boot & shoe warehouse
    Post Office Receiving House
    2 Angel & Crown, Daniel Morton
    4 Cannon Matthew & Ebenezer J, tobacco ma
    5 Cressal & Bradley, fur undertakers
    6 Garratt Mrs Sarah, cheesemonger
    7 Two Bells, Charles Vandersteen
    8 Porter Edward, straw hat maker
    9 Shirley Thomas, livery stables
    10 Nags Head, Edw Robert Hadgley
    11 Rogers Robert, baker

    ... here Green Dragon Yard intersects ...

    12 Bernal Abraham, earthenware dealer
    13 Huxley Thos (exors of), tobacco manufacturer
    14 Saunders Edward, stationer
    15 Beck Brothers, upholsterers
    16 Fryett John William, pawnbroker
    17 Mosely William, tailor & draper
    18 Davis John, boot maker
    19 Haggins William, coffee rooms
    21 Bingemann Jacob, baker
    22 Pizzey Samuel, tea dealer

    ... here Size Yard intersects ...
     

    1856 - Whitechapel High Street to Size Yard

     ... continuation of Whitechapel High Street

    1 Kirby Mrs Ann, boot & shoe warehouse
    Post Office Receiving House
    2 Angel & Crown, Daniel Morton
    4 Cannon Matthew & Ebenezer J, tobacco ma
    4 Cannon Ebenezer Joseph, registrar
    5 Cressal Paul & Co, fur undertakers
    6 Garratt Mrs Sarah, cheesemonger
    7 Two Bells, William James Seabrook
    8 Robinson William, shoe maker
    9 Standing William, ironfounder
    10 Nags Head, Joseph Drinkwater
    11 Rogers Robert, baker & confectioner

    ... here Green Dragon Yard intersects ...

    12 Bernal Abraham, earthenware dealer
    13 Huxley & Co, tobacco manufacturer
    14 Saunders Edward, stationer
    15 & 280 Beck Brothers, upholsterers
    16 Fryett John William, pawnbroker
    17 Mosely William, registrar
    18 Collins John Henry, hosier & haberdasher
    19 Huggins William, coffee rooms
    21 Bingemann Jacob, baker
    22 Hutchinson George Pierson, grocer

    ... here Size Yard intersects ...
     

    1869 - Whitechapel High Street to Size Yard

    1 Levy lewis, fruiterer
    2 Angel & Crown, Robert Smith
    4 Cannon Ebenezer Jsph, tobacconist
    5 Watson hen, furnishing undertaker
    6 Garratt Mrs Sarah, cheesemonger
    7 Two Bells, William mack
    8 Robinson William, shoemaker
    10 Nags Head, Mrs jane White
    11 Johnson Charles, dining rooms

    ... here is Green Dragon Place ...

    12 & 13 Huxley & co, tobacco manufacturers
    14 Barnes Edward James, stationer
    15 Beck Brothers, cabinet manufacturers
    16 & 17 Fryett Jno Wm & Son, pawnbrokers
    18 Bubb Edward, milliner
    19 Huggins William, coffee rooms
    21 Bingemann Jacob, baker
    22 Posner Jacob, clothier

     

    1882 - Whitechapel High Street to Size Yard

    ... continuation of Whitechapel High Street to Mile End

    1 Dick R & J, boot manufacturers
    2 Angel & Crown, M & A Levy
    4 Cavander Samuel & Co, tobacconists
    5 Ayton Robert jun, undertaker
    6 & 7 Two Bells, Alfred Day
    8 Courtney Geo Henry, boot maker
    9 & 10 Nags Head, White & Co
    11 Johnson Alfred, dining rooms

    ... here is Green Dragon Place ...

    12 & 13 Huxley & Co, tobacco manufacturers
    14 Crowther & Co, manufacturing stationers
    16 & 17 Fryett J W & Son, pawnbrokers
    18 Harrison Henry, boot maker
    19 Huggins Charles, coffee rooms
    20 Goldstein Alexander, hatter
    21 Miles William, baker
    22 Conley John, fruiterer

    ... here is Size Yard ...
     

    1934 - Whitechapel High Street to Size Yard

    ... continuation of Whitechapel High Street

    NORTH SIDE
    1 & 23 Greenfield Louis & Max, boot dealers
    3 Rabin David, tailor
    3 Ziperstein Tobias L, manufacturing furrier
    3 Fieldman William Moses, physician
    5 Angel & Crown, Gabriel Green
    7 Goldstein Morris, house furnisher
    9 Myers Barnett, gown manufacturer
    9 Eagle Star & British Dominions Insurance Co ltd
    9 Shalet Alfred, ladies tailor
    15 & 175 Koransky Hyman, furrier
    17 Jacobs S, who china & glass merchant
    17 & 19 Nags Head, Joseph Perkoff
    21 Leon J & Son Ltd, who jewellers
    21 Cohen Jack, tailor

    ... here is Green Dragon Place ...

    23 & 1 Greenfield Louis & Max, boot dealers
    23 Gadji Bay Tobacco Co
    25 Suss Joseph, photographer
    25 Skiar Isaac, wine merchant
    25 Osborn Bridge Club
    25 Ohomski Morris, tobacconist
    27 Silverstein Isaac Woolf, restaurant
    29 Kerievsky Louis & son, manufacturing jewellers
    29 Bernstein Abraham, dress maker
    29 Silverstein D, who gown manufacturer
    29 Sande, who gown manufacturer
    31 Layman T Ltd, pawnbrokers
    33 Rosenberg Benjamin, jeweller
    35, 37 & 39 Bressloff Sol & Son, boot dealers
    41 Medway Sam, boot & shoe dealer
    43 Rose Mrs Rose, milliner

    ... here is Size Yard ...
     

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