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    Whitechapel Road South SIDE - part 10

    The Directories transcribed are from 1841, 1851, 1856, 1869, 1882 & 1934. More to follow:

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    1841 - "Royal Oak" / Vine Court  to Fieldgate Street

    221 Royal Oak, Richard Riley Cragg
    222 Mace Wm, floorcloth manufacturer
    224 Woolard Benjamin, cabinet maker
    226 Langley George, trunk maker
    228 Buck William, umbrella maker
    229 Bartlett Fred, cabinet maker
    230 Asals William, umbrella maker
    231 Holloway Jeremiah, chair maker
    232 Osborne William, upholsterer
    235 Earl of Effingham, Thomas Sims
    237 Hurt G, saddler & harness maker
    239 Fuller J, surgeons instrument maker
    240 Skinner Joseph, cabinet maker
    241 Thomson Miss M A, straw bonnet maker
    242 Gray Daniel R, hairdresser
    244 Stubbs & Mulle, co & harness maker
    246 Higgs Thomas, cabinet maker
    250 Wallace Joseph, tailor
    251 Thompson Juby, boot & shoe maker
    252 Leighton William, glass cutter
    253 Beacham John, saddler
    254 Holloway William, confectioner
    255 Hopkinson S, saw & plane maker
    255 Brass Founders Arms, W Hubbard
    256 Hudson Jos H & H, cabinet maker
    257 Wright William, upholsterer
    258 Wilson Charles, shoe maker
    259 Capes Edward, saddler
    259 1/2 Yerworth William, printer
    260 Weeks J, currier & grindery dealer
    261 Myers Michael, shoe maker
    262 Tyrrell Jos, furniture broker
    263 Davis Mrs E, lamp cotton manufacturer
    264 Scott Mrs Mary, coffee rooms

    ... Fieldgate Street ....
     

    1851 - Vine Court  to Fieldgate Street

    ... here Vine Court intersects ...

    222 Bushell C, transparent blind maker
    224 Woolard Benjamin, cabinet maker
    226 Langley George, trunk maker
    228 Gee Henry Charles, umbrella maker
    229 Bartlett George, cabinet maker
    230 Asals William, cabinet maker
    231 Miller William, coffee rooms
        Meggs Almhouses
    235 Earl of Effingham, Thomas Sims
    237 Hall Thos & Sons, carpenters & builders
    238 Prentice Samuel, solicitor
    239 Fuller J, surgeons instrument maker
    240 Gray Frederick, leather seller
    241 Swann Mrs Rebecca, straw bonnet maker
    242 Gray Daniel Rawson, hairdresser
    243 Green Robert, stationer
    244 James & Co, weighing machine maker
    246 Matthews Stephen L, auctioneer
    246 Dodsworth John, printer
    247 Daniel John Peters, beer retailer
    248 Grout John, watch maker
    250 Yates John, boot & shoe maker
    250 Wallace Joseph, tailor
    252 Sangster Frederick, seed merchant
    253 Beacham Lewis, saddler
    254 Salmon Wm John, optician
    255 [unclear entry]
    259 Capes Edward, saddler
    259 1/2 Yerworth William, printer
    260 Weeks John, currier
    261 Culyer Mrs Maria, straw bonnet ma
    262 Tyrrell Joseph, furniture broker
    264 Hughes John, coffee rooms
    265 Coleman Matthew, surgeon

    ... here Fieldgate Street intersects ....
     

    1856 - Vine Court  to Fieldgate Street

    ... here Vine Court intersects ...

    222 Smith Onesiphorus, cabinet maker
    223 Benson Wm & Thos, looking glass ma
    224 Woolard Benjamin, cabinet maker
    226 Langley George, trunk maker
    227 Newling George, tailor
    228 Gee Charles, umbrella maker
    229 Bartlett Miss Priscilla, stay & corset maker
    230 Asals William, cabinet maker
    231 Miller Mrs Jane, coffee rooms
        Meggs Almhouses
    236 Neil samuel, greengrocer
    237 Hall Thios & Sons, carpenters & builders
    238 Prentice Samuel, solicitor
    239 Fuller John, surgeons instrument maker
    240 Gray Frederick, clog & pattern materials ma
    241 Constable Thomas, Milliner
    242 Taylor Charles Challis, hairdresser
    243 Green Robert, stationer
    244 Houghton Samuel, last & patten ma
    244 Hart David, weighing machine maker
    245 George Mrs Caroline, tobacconist
    245 1/2 Moses Simon, tailor
    247 Cole George, beer retailer
    248 Grout John sen, watch maker
    249 Myers Asher, ginger beer maker
    250 Yates John, boot & shoe maker
    251 Sharp James, coffee rooms
    252 Sangster Frederick, seed merchant
    253 Beacham Lewis, saddler
    254 Lee John, shoe maker
    255a Smith George Thomas, currier & leather seller
    255 1/2 Weeks John, currier
    256 Forster Jos, dealer in unredeemed pledges
    257 Drake William, boot maker
    258 & 123 Wilson Chas & Sons, shoe makers
    259 Capes Edward, saddler
    260 Abrahams Alexander, tobacconist
    261 McCall Thomas, boot maker
    262 Tyrrell Joseph, furniture broker
    263 Tompson William, whitesmith
    264 Willey Charles, coffee rooms
    265 Coleman Matthew, surgeon

    ... here Fieldgate Street intersects ....
     

    1869 - Vine Court  to Fieldgate Street

    ... here is Vine Court ...

    222 Haas de Morris, cigar maker
    223 Ritchie & Kingston, agents for Youngs Paraffin oil
    224 Woollard Benj & Son, cabinet makers
    226 Langley Miss Anne, trunk maker
    227 Newling Edward, tailor
    228 Gee Wm John, umbrella maker
    229 Jennings Thos & Jas, plumbers
    230 Wilcox Zebedee, furniture dealer
    231 Lewis Mrs Emily, coffee rooms
    232 Wood Philip Hy, coffee rooms
        Meggs Almshouses
    235 New East London Theatre
    235 Earl of Effingham. M Abrahams [Later renamed the East London]
    236 Neil Samuel, green grocer
    238 Prentice Samuel, solicitor
    239 Proudman Joseph, saddler
    240 Napper Benjamin, leather seller
    241 Krohne & Sesemann, surgical instrument makers
    242 Godier James, fruiterer
    243 Green Robert, stationer
    244 Houghton Mrs Elizabeth, last maker
    244 & 245 Hart Dav, weighing machine ma
    245 Sangster Edwin, florist
    246 Winningale Wm, photographer
    246 Blackstaff Alfred, hair dresser
    247 Mereday Joseph, beer retailer
    248 James John, watch maker
    248 Booker William, canvas factor
    249 Astrico Giovanni, confectioner
    250 Bellsham Henry jun, boot maker
    251 Cotter William, boot maker
    252 Sangster Fredk, seed merchant
    253 Child Rbt Wm, sewing machine maker
    254 Coleman & Brandum, chemists
    255a White & Sewell, stay makers
    256 Forster Jsph, unredeemed pledge dealer
    257 Drake William, boot maker
    258 Wilson Ambrose, shoe maker
    259 Capes & Gifford, saddlers etc
    260 Baxter Thos, cabinet ironmonger
    260a East London Observer
        Richard John Donovan, proprietor & publisher
    261 Roberts James John, engraver
    262 Magnin Isaac, carver & gilder
    263 Trost B W Edwd, musical instrument seller
    264 Halliday William, coffee rooms
    265 Coleman Matthew, MD surgeon

    ... here is Fieldgate Street ...
     

    1882 - Vine Court  to Fieldgate Street

    ... here is Vine Court ...

    222 Lawrence Charles, coffee roaster
        Gilbey John & Son, plumbers
    223 Ritchie & Co, lamp dealers
    224 Woollard Benj & Sons, cabinet makers
    226 Langley Miss Anne, trunk maker
    227 Strong Richard, carriage builder
    229 Jennings James, contractor
    230 Mordecai Abraham, cigar manufacturer
    231 George Edward, book seller
    232 Fenner Herman, coffee rooms
        Meggs Almshouses
    235 East London, Morris Abrahams
    238 Prentice Samuel, solicitor
    Ashbridge John, solicitor
    239 Worton Thomas, coffee rooms
    240 Napper B & Sons, leather merchants
    241 Krohne & Sesemann, surgical instrument makers
    242 Barnes George, shop fitter
    243 & 244 Houghton Thos, boot maker
    245 Jones Rowland, dairyman
    245a Povaioff Alex, tobacconist
    246 Buck John, china & glass dealer
    248 Davis David, watch maker
    250 Bellsham Henry jun, boot maker
    251 Wilson Ambrose, boot maker
    252 Sangster Frederick, seed merchant
    253 Wallbrook Chas Fredk, hair dresser
    254 Levy John, cigar maker
    255a Sewell Clare A, stay maker
    256 Forster Joseph, ironmonger
    257 Vale Samuel White, package case ma
    258 Wilson Henry, boot maker
    259 Ayton James, saddler etc
    260 Cornish Edward, coffee rooms
    260a East London Observer, Asher, Walbrook & Paine, proprietors & publishers
    261 Roberts James John, engraver
    262 Hopcraft James, tailor
    263 Halliday W S, musical instrument makers
    264 Williams John, coffee rooms
    265 Coleman Matthew MD, surgeon
        Coleman John & Co, chemists

    ... here is Fieldgate Street ..

    1934 - Vine Court  to Fieldgate Street

    ... here is Fieldgate Stret ...

    36 Sakelovitch Joseph, tobacconist
    38 Shipman Mrs Ray, milliner
    40 Halliday S & Son, music sellers
    42 LeFfel Miss Gertie, who milliner
    44 Roberts James John Brass Engraving Works Ltd
    46 Ayers William George, coffee rooms
    48 City & East London Obserer
    50 Robinson & Ensum, saddlers
    52 Landspeogle Hy, handbag manufacturer
    54 Boris Studio, photographer

    ... here is Little Tongue Yard ...

    56 Marks Myer, refreshment rooms
    58 Witte Samuel & Co, who milliners
    60 Berwald H & Co, cap manufacturers
    60 United Clothing Workers Trade Union
    60 Rosenberg & Sheredsky, ladies tailors
    60 Pedro & Zeiff, trouser makers
    62 Commonwealth Optical Works, opticians
    64 Kropifko Samuel, fancy leather goods dealer
    66 Olman S & Son, corsetieres
    68 Phillips Israel, hair dresser
    72 Gullzer Mrs Fanny, ladies fancy bag maker
    74 Toporofsky Miss Betty, trimming dealer
    76 Toporofsky Joseph, confectioner

    ... here is Great Tongue Yard ...

    78 Levy Israel, woollen merchant
    80 Woolfe M Ltd, millinery manufacturers
    82 Barbican Mission to the Jews
    90 Schwartz Morris, woollen warehouseman
    90 Kutner Abraham, who mantle manufacturer
    92 Margolis Nathan, shopfitter
    94 & 96 Napper Fdk & Son, leather merchants
    98 Bernstein Bernard, tailor
    98 Russell Financiers Ltd, financiers
    100 Rivoli (The), cinematograph theatre

        St Marys Whitechapel Station
    102 Landan J & Co Ltd, who gown manufacturers
    102 Bookshneer Nathan, florist
    104 Schenkeln G & F, manufacturing furriers
    104 Woolf Goodman, restaurant
    106 Marks Mark & Co Ltd, who grocers
    108a Jewish Free Reading Room
    108a Hirsch Marks, tailor
    108a Beatrice, who milliner
    108a Joseph I & J, tailors
    108a Vine Social Club
    110 Putt Mrs Esther, coffee rooms
    112, 114 & 116 Karet H & Sons Ltd, wholesale ironmongers

    ... here is Vine Court ...
     

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