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

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1841 - "Duke of Cambridge"  to South Street

178 Tibbutt Esau, whip manufacturer
181 Wand William, tinplate worker
182 Bass George, hair dresser
182 Golden Anchor, Mrs M A Balantine
183 Longuhay Henry, boot maker
184 Beck Miss Ann Rebecca, haberdasher
185 Earee William, coffee rooms
186 Willomatt Benj, furniture broker
187 Brown Henry, comb manufacturer
189 Forster J Cooper, cabinet maker
191 Camille Mrs Frances, tobacconist
193 Bushell Charles, house painter & decorator
194 Solomon Lyon, furniture broker
 

1851 - Cambridge Road to South Street

... here is Cambridge Road, Mile End ...

179 Jones William, wire worker
180 Tibbutt Esau, whip manufacturer
181 Wand William, tinplate worker
182 Bass George, hair dresser
182 Foottit Charles, tobacconist
183 Smart Mrs Mary Ann, boot maker
184 French William, coffee rooms
186 & 188 Willomatt Benj, furniture broker
187 Brown Henry, comb manufacturer
189 Sharp Thomas Henry, milliner
191 Morphew Miss Henrietta, tobacconist
192 Williams Henry, fishmonger

... here Cannon Place intersects ...

193 Jewell A, furniture broker
194 Solomon Lewis, furniture broker

... here South Street intersects ...
 

1856 - Cambridge Road to South Street

... here Cambridge Road & Mile End Road intersect...

177 Strickland John, hair dresser
177 1/2 Summers George, tobacconist
179 Jones William, wire worker
180 Willomatt Benjamin, auctioneer
181 Pettigrew Charles, ironmonger
182 Bass George, hair dresser
182 Clover Elijah Green, tobacconist
183 Bosher Edward Pierce, boot maker
184 French William, coffee rooms
186 & 188 Mercer Thomas, furniture dealer
187 Brown Henry, comb manufacturer
188 & 186 Mercer Thomas, furniture dealer
189 James Henry, leather cutter
191 Griffiths Charles Hen, furniture dealer
192 Williams Henry, fishmonger

... here Cannon Place intersects ...

193 Jewell Anselom, furniture broker
194 King Wm, shop fixture manufacturer etc

... here South Street intersects ...
 

1869 - Cambridge Road to South Street

177 Strickland John, hairdresser
177 1/2 Offord Miss Jane, stay maker
178 Pittman Henry, shoe maker
179 Ludford Rt, china & glass dealer
180 Fileman John & Sons, pawn brokers
181 Pettigrew Mrs Mary, ironmonger
182 Pestell Thomas, tobacconist
183 Leftley Frederick Wm, outfitter
184 Croger Richard, musical instrument maker
185 Crotty William, coffee rooms
186 Karns John, fishmonger
187 Key William Wilce, coffee rooms
    Mission Hall
189 Bowles Henry, cooper
190 Metcalfe Henry, tailor

... here is Cannon Place ...

    Sion Chapel
194 Page Henry & Co, lead merchants

... here is South Street ...
 

1882 - Cambridge Road to South Street

177 Strickland John Thos, hair dresser
17 1/2 Aslett John, boot maker
180 & 183 Leftly Fredk Wm, clothier
181 Pettigrew Fredk, ironmonger
182 Stitching Alfred Chas, tobacconist
    Courier & East London Advertiser
184 Croger Richard & Co, musical instrument maker
185 Taylor Mrs Harriet, coffee rooms
186 Hattersley Robert, fishmonger
187 Wright Joseph, coffee rooms
188 Fells Joseph, dining rooms
189 Mansfield Phineas, auctioneer
191 Earl of Warwick, Wm Robinson Lister

... here is Cannon Place ...

192 Field William, hat manufacturer
Sion Chapel
British School

... here is South Street ...
 

1934 - Cambridge Road to South Street

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