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    Whitechapel Road NORTH SIDE - part 5

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

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    1841 - "Star & Garter" / Court Street  to "Queens Head"  / North Street

    110 Star & Garter, Charles Poore
    111 Bond William, wire worker
    112 Hubbert James, cheesemonger
    113 Gudgeon Edward, haberdasher
    114 Gaylor Thomas, linen draper
    115 Rumsey John, tripe dresser
    116 Holdsworth Philip, chemist etc
    117 Washington George, grocer
    116 Chidley Richard, cheesemonger
    119 Shepherd Caleb, glass & china man
    120 England J Mortimer, dining rooms
    121 Williams H, fish & potato dealer
    122 Abley Matthew, oilman
    123 Walker Wm Josiah, shoe maker
    125 Dexter John Creed, pawnbroker
        Smith Jas Scott & Co, rectifiers
    127 Sapsworth G, tobacco & snuff manufacturer
    128 Grave Maurice, Thomas Hill
    129 Bates Wm Davis, corn & coal merchant
    130 Bates Thos, ham & beef dealer
    131 Fenwick Thomas, linen draper
    132 Evans Charles potato salesman
    133 Elliott James, baker
        Post Office Receiving House
    134 Rosc John, grocer
    136 Woolf Lazarus , glass & china dealer
    137 Rose John, general salesman
    138 Rodneys Head, Richard Gorton
    139 Baker Joseph, pork butcher
    140 Wagg Frederick, furniture broker
    141 Hunt Thomas, cheesemonger
    142 Payne William, baker
    143 Topping John Naylor, teadealer
    144 Bromley J, stove gratemaker
    145 Lord Nelson, John Pritchard
    146 Helsham Arthur, surgeon
    147 Hawes James Thomas, pawnbroker
    148 Lewin Charles, corn chandler
    149 Baylis Charles, oilman
    150 Whittenbury Wm jun, baker
    150 Whittenbury W sen, flour factor
    151 Saunders Robert, furniture broker
    152 Parsey Jacob, stationer
    153 Eddels Nat, furniture warehouse
    154 Cain William, surgeon etc
    154 Queens Head, David Edwards
     

    1851 - Court Street  to "Queens Head"  / North Street

    ... here Court Street intersects ...

    111 Emblin John, wire worker
    112 Duncan Thomas, clothier
    113 Gudgeon Edward, haberdasher
    114 Naylor John, linen draper
    115 Childley Richard, cheesemonger
    116 Holdsworth Philip, chemist etc
    117 Crozier John, linen draper
    118 Kerbey Chas, stationer & news agent
    119 Shepherd Caleb, glass & china man
    120 Bennett James, dining rooms
    121 Mansbridge Williams, fruiterer
    122 Leigh Joseph, oilman
    123 & 258 Wilson Charles, boot maker
    125 Upsall Robert, pawnbroker
    126 & 127 Roberts John, tobacco manufacturer
    128 Grave Maurice, Thomas Hill
    129 Bates Wm Davis, corn & coal merchant
    Post Office Receiving House
    130 Bates Thomas, ham & beef dealer
    131 Fenwick & King, linen drapers
    132 Denney Samuel, potato salesman
    133 Sly William, baker
    135 Taylor Thomas, poulterer
    136 Woolf Benjamin, glass & china dealer
    137 Back George Walter, teadealer
    138 Rodneys Head, Robert Elliott
    139 Simmons Henry, boot maker
    140 Wagg Frederick, furniture broker
    141 Hunt Thomas, cheesemonger
    142 Payne William, baker
    143 Rose Jane, tea dealer
    144 Bromley Jeremiah, stove gratemaker
    145 Lord Nelson, Edmund Gilbert
    146 & 147 Hawes James Thomas, pawnbroker
    149 Baylis Charles, oil & colorman
    150 Westrup George, baker
    151 Saunders Robert Wm sen, furniture broker
    152 Llewellen Llewellen, surgeon
    153 Freudemacher Thomas, furniture warehouse
    154 Cain William, surgeon etc
    154 Queens Head, John Johnston

    ... here North Street intersects ...
     

    1856 - Court Street  to "Queens Head"  / North Street

    ... here Court Street intersects ...

    111 Danks Michael, tripe dresser
    112 Duncan Thomas, clothier
    113 Isaacs Lewis, furniture dealer
    114 Tyrrell Richard, linen draper
    115 Childley Richard, cheesemonger
    116 Holdsworth Philip, chemist etc
    117 Leigh Morton Lewis, linen draper
    118 Kerbey Chas, stationer & news agent
    119 Shepherd Ebenezer Caleb, glass wa
    120 Edmonds William, dining rooms
    121 & 134 Ford Henry Edward, hosier
    122 Leigh Joseph Wm Flexley, oilman
    123 & 258 Wilson Chas & Sons, boot makers
    125 Upsall Robert (Geo Attenborough executor), pawnbroker
    126 & 127 Roberts John & Co, tobacco manufacturers
    128 Grave Maurice, Robert Balding
    129 Bates Wm Davis, corn & coal merchant
        Post Office Receiving House
    130 Bates Thomas, ham & beef dealer
    131 Fenwick & King, linen drapers
    132 Laidler William, potato salesman
    133 Wincott John, butcher
    134 & 121 Ford Henry Edward, hosier
    135 Ellis George, butcher
    136 Woolf Benjamin, glass & china dealer
    137 Back George Walter, grocer
    138 Rodneys Head, Robert Elliott
    139 Searles Thomas, boot & shoe warehouse
    140 Wagg Frederick, furniture broker
    141 Corbett John, cheesemonger
    142 Payne William, baker
    143 Rose John, tea dealer
    144 Dowsett William Bagg, furn. ironmonger
    145 Lord Nelson, Edmund Gilbert
    146 & 147 Hawes James Thomas, pawnbroker
    148 Saunders Robt Wm sen, furniture broker
    149 Baylis Charles, oil & colorman
    150 Westrup George, baker
    151 Frankford (Moss) & Co, who tobacconist
    152 Llewellen Llewellen, surgeon
    153 Elen Richard Bennett, butcher
    154 Queens Head, Richard Eason

    ... here North Street intersects ...
     

    1869 - Court Street  to "Queens Head"  / North Street

    ... here is Court Street ...

    112 Pash Daniel, boot & shoe maker
    113 Collins Lewis, hatter
    114 Ruth Maurice, linen draper
    115 Chidley Richard & Son, cheesemongers
    116 & 117 Owen John, linen draper
    118 Kerbey Mrs Hellen, newesagent & stationer
    119 Shepherd Ebenezer Caleb, glass wa
    120 Edmonds William, dining rooms
    121 Biner Robert, milliner
    122 Millo Richard, fruiterer
    123 Wilson Charles, boot maker
    124 & 125 Upsall John S, pawn broker
    126 & 127 Roberts Jno & Co, tobacco ma
    128 Grave Maurice, Robert Balding
    129 Whittam Jas Wm, corn merchant
    130 Bates Thomas, ham & beef dealer
    131 Fenwick & King, linen drapers
    132 Wheeler Wm, potato salesmen
    133 Gale William, butcher
    134 Ockelford Henry Wm, upholsterer
    135 Ellis George, butcher
    136 Woolf Benj, china & glass dealer
    137 Benham Charles, grocer etc
    138 Rodneys Head, Thomas Turner
    139 Welch Richard, tobacco manufacturer
    140 Wagg Frederick, furniture broker
    141 James Charles, boot maker
        Post Office Receiving House
    142 Macgregor John, hosier
    143 Davidson William, tea dealer
    144 Milward Geo, perambulator ma
    145 Lord Nelson, Edmund Gilbert
    146 & 147 Hawes Jas Thos, pawn broker
    148 Saunders Robt Wm sen, furniture br
    149 Baylis Charles, oil & color man
    150 Gut George, baker
    151 Vick James, poulterer
    152 Llewellyn Llewellyn, surgeon
    153 Thorn Mrs Jane, coffee rooms
    154 Queens Head, Jas Humphreys

    ... here is North Street ...
     

    1882 - Court Street  to "Queens Head"  / North Street

    ... here is Court Street ...

    111 Murry John, beer retailer [Lord Napier]
    112 Sheffield Jas Thos, confectioner
    113 Stevens Edwin, watch maker
    114 MacGregor William Jas, hosier
    115 Chidley Rd & Son, provision merchants
    116 & 177 Owen John, linen draper
    118 Kerbey Chas & Fredk, news agents
    120 Tolliday Stephen, dining rooms
    121 Holloway John F, tobacconist
    122 Parry William, fruiterer
    123 Shepherd Albert & Ebenezer, glass warehouse
    124 & 125 Geo Robert, pawnbroker
    126 & 127 Ockelford Hy, upholsterer
    128 Grave Maurice, Thos Chestle
    129 Gower George, corn merchant
    130 Bates Thomas, ham & beef dealer
    131 Fenwick & King, linen drapers

        Whitechapel Station (East London Railway)
    138 Rodneys Head, Samuel Emanuels
    139 Welch Richard, tobacconist
    140 Wagg Fredk Jas, furniture broker
    141 James Charles, boot maker
        Post Office Receiving House
    142 Barnes Edward W, stationer
    143 Dippie Alexander, grocer
    144 Milward George, refreshment rooms
    145 Lord Nelson, Stephen Beaumont
    146 Carey Michael, fruiterer
    147 Gardiner Henry, pawnbroker
    148 Mays George, hosier
    149 Dowling & Newcomb, oil & colormen
    150 Gut George, baker
    151 Brazil Noah, pork butcher
    152 Llewellyn Llewellyn MD, surgeon
    153 & 175 London Tea Co
    154 Queens Head, William Pain

    ... here is North Street ...
     

    1934 - Court Street  to "Queens Head"  / North Street

    add later ..

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