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    Whitechapel Road NORTH SIDE - part 3

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

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    1841 - Great Garden Street to St Mary Street

    ... Great Garden street ,,,

    51 Bright W, tailor & woollen draper
    52 James Charles, boot maker
    53 Furby G, ironmonger & hardwareman
    54 Emmitt George, tea dealer
    55 Corney William, cheesemonger
    56 Ayers John, linen draper & laceman
    59 Baker William, basket maker
    60 Anderton Isaac, tea dealer
    61 Evans Jos, coppersmith & brazier
    62 Hadland James, butcher
    63 Mitchell H, melter & tallow chandler
    64 Spencer William, general salesman
    65 Green Robert, stationer
    66 Dowsett George, coffee rooms
    67 Kusel Richard, tobacconist
    68 Blue Anchor, John North
    68 & 69 Plumpton Wm, linen draper
    71 Jennings & Turner, solicitors
    72 Stackard Mrs Mary, leather seller
    73 Savage John, pawnbroker

    ... St Mary Street ...
     

    1851 - Great Garden Street to St Mary Street

    ... here Great Garden street intersects ,,,

    50 Dolphin, Henry Clifford Green
    51 Bright Wm, tailor & woollen draper
    52 James Charles, boot maker
    53 Furby G, ironmonger & hardwareman
    55 Corney William, cheesemonger
    56 & 57 Ayers John, linendraper & laceman
    59 Saunders Joseph, hat manufacturer
    60 Anderton Isaac, teadealer
    61 Frankford Moss, tobacconist
    62 Rowe George, linen draper
    63 Mitchell H & Son, melters & tallow chandlers
    64 Cartwright John, clothier
    65 Crafer Robert, upholsterer
    66 Medcalf Philip, coffee rooms
    67 Evans Joseph Elbert, grocer
    68 Blue Anchor, George Church
    68 & 69 Plumpton William, linen draper
    71 Champion & Jutsum, solicitors
    72 Swinstead Bernard sen, straw hat ma
    73 Savage John, pawnbroker
    74 Cash Charles, ironmonger
    75 Reilly John, cheesemonger

    ... here St Mary Street intersects ...
     

    1856- Great Garden Street to St Mary Street

    ... here Great Garden street intersects ,,,

    50 Dolphin, Richard Webb
    51 Lyons Maurice, tailor
    52 James Charles, boot maker
    53 Dupree John, wire worker
    54 Wagstaff George James, watch maker
    55 Corney Mrs Mary, cheesemonger
    56 & 57 Ayers John, linen draper & laceman
    59 Saunders Joseph & Co, hat manufacturers
    60 Anderton Mrs Mary, grocer
    61 Alexander Solomon, tobacconist
    62 Rowe George James, linen drapers
    63 Mitchell Henry & Son, melters
    64 Cartwright John, clothier
    65 Strachan George, linen draper
    65 Rock Thomas & Co, linen drapers
    66 Cook George, coffee & chop house
    68 Blue Anchor, George Church
    68 & 69 Plumpton William & Sons, linen & woollen drapers
    70 Jutsum Edward Millner esq
    71 Champion Charles, esq
    71 Champion & Jutsum, solicitors
    72 Swinstead Bernard sen, straw hat ma
    73 Savage John, pawnbroker
    74 Cash Charles & Son, ironmongers
    75 Reilly John, cheesemonger

    ... here St Mary Street intersects ...
     

    1869 - Great Garden Street to St Mary Street

    ... here is Great Garden Street ...

    50 Dolphin, Mrs Eliza Billinghurst
    51, 88 & 89 Lyons Maurice, tailor
    52 James Henry, boot maker
    53 Dupree John, wire weaver
    54 Wagstaff George Jas, watch maker
    55 Bone Chas James, cheesemonger
    56 & 57 Richards Fredk, mantle wa
    58 Wilkins Wm, coach spring maker
    59, 60 & 155 Adams Adma & T, linen drapers
    61 Alexander Charles, tobacconist
    62 Beardwell Mrs Emily, baby linen wa
    63 Mitchell Henry & son, melters
    64 Francom Ceorge, hosier
    65 Waterhouse Frederick, jeweller
    67, 68 & 69 Plumpton William & Sons, linen & woollen drapers
    67 Blue Anchor, George Church
    70 Champion Jutsum & Son, solicitor
    71 Davy & Furnivall, tobacco manufacturers
    72 Hamilton George, milliner
    73 Cotton Charles, pawn broker
    74 Cash Charles & Son, ironmongers
    75 Bates Roland John, cheesemonger

    ... here is St Mary Street ...
     

    1882 - Great Garden Street to St Mary Street

    ... here is Great Garden Street ...

    50 Dolphin, George Miles OReilly
    52 James Henry, boot maker
    53 Aylmer John, wire weaver
    54 Wagstaff George Jas, watch maker
    55 & 58 Bone Chas J, cheesemonger
    56 & 57 Richards J Fredk, mantle wa
    58 & 55 Bone Chas J, cheesemonger
    59 & 60 Lovell Hen, mineral water ma
    61 Alexander Mrs Rose, tobacconist
    62 Henery Horatio, baby linen warehouse
    63 Hills & Sons, tallow chandlers
    64 Francom George, hosier
    66 Carlish Charles, tailor
    67 Johnson Geo Portins, coffee rooms
    68 & 69 Plumpton W & Sons, linen drapers
    67a Blue Anchor, James Billinghurst
    70 Champion & Jutsum, solicitors
    71 Sparks Henry, tobacco manufacturers
    72 Hamilton Mrs George, milliner
    73 Cotton Charles, pawnbroker
    74 Johnson Robert, boot maker

    ... here is St Mary Street ...
     

    1934 - Great Garden Street to St Mary Street

    ... here is Great Garden street ...

    97 & 99 Commercial Gas Co
    101 Cohen Adolph, ladies hair dresser
    103 Fischelis Chas, furrier
    105 Wright W & sons, who milliners
    107 Tobin Mrs sarah, under clothing manufacturer
    109 & 111 Dolcis Shoe Co, boot makers
    115 Rosenbaum Max, gown manufacturer
    115 Fink Mrs Diana, fancy goods delaer
    115 Aventchick O & Sons, tailors
    117 Rosenberg S, house furnisher
    119 Filschstein Miss Elizabeth, corset maker
    121 Rotcaig S & Son, millinery materals
    123 & 125 Freed J & Son Ltd, who milliner
    127 Cohen Joseph O, hosier
    129 Lewis Jacob & Co, boot makers
    131 Herman Geo, gown manufacturer
    133 Ye Olde Blue Anchor, Morris Goldberg
    135 & 137 Samuels A & Son Ltd, silk merchants
    135 & 137 Bennett Mrs Paula, who dress maker
    135 & 137 Jays (Gowns), gown manufacturer
    139 & 141 Mazin R & Co, Hebrew book seller
    143 Sefton David, linen draper
    145 & 147 Laden Morris Herman, furrier
    145 Sheinman & B Feldman Ltd, who milliners
    147 Laden M Herman, furrier
    149 Caramel-Crispy Ltd, manufacturing confectioners

    ... here is St Mary Street ...
     

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