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    Whitechapel Road SOUTH SIDE - part 9

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

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    1841 - London Hospital  to "Royal Oak" / Vine Court

         London Hospital
    210 Martyn Thos & Robt, linen drapers
    211 Baker Edmund, dyer & calenderer
    213 Lulham Thomas, tailor
    214 Pinnell John, oil & colorman
    217 Cammegh John, upholsterer
    218 Shibby William, wheelwright
    219 Anderson James, tobacconist
    221 Royal Oak, Richard Riley Cragg
     

    1851 -  Percival Buildings to  Vine Court

    ... here Percival Buildings intersect ...

        London Hospital
        Robert John Hill, house governor
        William John Nixon, secretary
        Samuel Jessup Burch, apothecary
        Walter Capper, clerk

    210, 211 & 212 Martyn Thos & Robt, silk mercers & carpet & furniture warehouse
    213 Lulham Thomas, tailor
    214 Pinnell John, oil & colorman
    215 Madlin Joseph, timber dealer etc
    215 Nash Joseph, surgeon
    216 & 217 Cammegh Mrs Sarah, furniture broker
    218 Rogers Wm. veterinary surgeon
    219 Slater Mrs Ann, tobacconist
    221 Royal Oak, Richard Riley Cragg

    ... here Vine Court intersects ...
     

    1856 -  Percival Buildings to  Vine Court

    ... here Percival Buildings intersect ...

        London Hospital
        Robert John Hill, house governor
        William John Nixon, secreatry
        Samuel Jessup Burch, res medical officer
        Walter Cappe, clerk

    ... here Turner Street intersects ...
        Mount Place:
        1 Nixon Rev Edward John BA
        2 McLellan John, surgical instrument maker
        3 Godfrey John MD surgeon
        4 Everitt James, picture dealer & frame maker
        5 Monk William esq
        6 Spiegelhalter Geo & Co, clock makers
        7 Nicholson Jas & Son, estate agents
        8 Turner Wm Hen & Sons, solicitors
        9 Llewllyn Thomas, surgeon
        10 Crook john, linendraper
        11 Buchan Thomas, piano forte maker
        12 Payne Charles Henry, barrister
        13 Miller Joseph John, tailor
        14 Hall Joseph F G, baby linen warehouse
        15 Mundy Wm, surgical instrument maker
        16 May Emanuel, surgeon

    ... here New Road intersects ...

    210, 211 & 212 Martyn Thos & Robt, linen draper & silk mercer
    212 1/2 Baker Edmd sen, dyer & calenderer
    213 Rawll George, tailor
    214 Pinnell John, wholesale oil & color merchant
    215 Wilcox Zebedee, ginger beer maker
    215 Nash Joseph, surgeon
    216 & 217 Cammegh Mrs Sarah, furniture broker
    219 Thomas george C N, tobacconist
    221 Royal Oak, James Bloomfield

    ... here Vine Court intersects ...
     

    1869 - East Mount Street to  Vine Court

    ... here is East Mount Street ...

    London Hospital
        William John Nixon, house governor & secretary
        George W Mckenzie, MD, resident medical officer
        Arthur G Snelgrove, assistant sec
        Samuel Day, steward
        Miss Annie Maria Swift, matron

    ... here is Turner Street ...

    Mount Place :
        1 Godfrey John, MD Surgeon
        1 Godfrey William, surgeon
        5 Halley Richard, furniture dealer
        6 Spiegelhalter Geo & Co, clock maker
        9 Llewellyn Evan, surgeon
        10 Crook John, linen draper
        12 Bullock Miss Susannah, ladies school
        14 Clark Joseph, tailor
        15 Samuels Michael, pawn broker
        16 Howlett Saml, medical shop fitter

    ... here is New Road ...

    209 Gallafent Fredk J, beer retailer  [Earl of Aberdeen]
    210 Humphry William, tobacconist
    211 Stevens John Maurice, boot maker
    212 Smith Robert, dyer
    213 Goode William Thomas, tailor
    214 Pinnell John, oil & color merchant
    215 Wilcox Zebedee, furniture dealer
    216 Wiseman James, coach maker
    217 Cammegh Mrs Marg, furniture brk
    218 Wilcox Zebedee, ginger beer maker
    219 Froggatt Edwin, tobacconist
    220 Royal Oak, William Young

    ... here is Vine Court ...
     

    1882 - East Mount Street to  Vine Court

    ... here is East Mount Street ...

        London Hospital : --
        Wm John Nixon, house governor
        Alfred H Haggard, sec
        Rev J S Whichelow, chaplin
        Samuel Day, steward
        Miss E C E Luckes, matron

    ... here is Turner Street ...

        Mount Place
        1 Godfrey & Todd, surgeons
        2 Hyslop George, boot maker
        3 Braye Hardwick Hubert, surgeon
        4 Johnson Fras, house decorator
        5 Halley Richard, furniture dealer
        6 Spiegelhalter G & Co, clock mas
        7 & 16 Ewan Robert & Co, hosiers
        8 Brock Samuel, surgeon dentist
        9 Llewellyn Evan, surgeon
        10 Crock John, linen draper
        Dispensary (The)
        11 Brock Henry, pyrotechnist
        12 Working Lads Institute, Henry Hill jun, sec
        13 Waybret John, boot maker
        14 Clark Joseph, tailor
        15 Levy Samuel, pawnbroker
        16 & 7 Ewan Robert & Co, hosiers

    ... here is New Road ...

    209 Bevis Henry, beer retailer [Earl of Aberdeen]
    210 Mordecal Lazarus E, tobacconist
    211 Stevens John Maurice, boot ma
        Lotery Hyman, clothier
    212 Daily Henry & Co, dyers
    213 Goods William Thomas, tailor
    214 Pinnell Bros, oil & color merchant
    215 Van Oestren Michl, cigar manufacturer
    216 & 217 Wiseman Jas, coach maker
    218 Wilcox Hy, aerated water manufacturer
    219 Eades Mrs Mary Ann, tobacconist
    220 Royal Oak, John & Robert Greeves

    ... here is Vine Court ...
     

    1934 - East Mount Street to  Vine Court

    ... here is Vine Court ...

    120 Royal Oak, Gei Isadore Isaacs
    122 Dannieloff Abraham, tailor
    124 Kinross Gowns Ltd, gowns manufacturers
    128 Segal Harry, millinery manufacturer
    128 Felds, restaurant
    130 Semel Jack, hair dresser
    130 Posner Sidney, tailor
    130 Minsky Harry, diamond merchant
    132 Brown Mrs Clara, motor garage
    136 Singer Abraham, tobacconist
    136 Naiman Mrs Theresa, dining rooms
    140 Nash J, who costume maker
    140 Lowenhaar Mrs Clare, who milliner
    140 & 142 Davis N Ltd, hosiers
    142 Millard M, dentist

    ... here is New Road ...

    144 Carlowe Harold, who milliner
    144 & 307 Sussex Laundry
    146 Hooberman & Co Ltd, produce importers
    152 Krohne & Sesemann, surgical instrument makers
    154 Brock O T & Cos "Crystal Palace" Fireworks Ltd, firework makers
    156 Paikin Isaac, watch maker
    158 Wainer Abraham, tailor
    160 Goldstein Sol & Sons, gramophone dealers
    162 Grant Mrs Josephina, florist
    164 Rosenblatt Harris, woollen merchant
    166 Morgan Bros, tailors
    166 Halter Rev Naphtaly, surgeon mohel
    168 Stark H H Ltd, truck makers
    168 Lefcovitch & Ackerman, ladies tailors
    170 Glassman Seigmon Leon, who mantle maker
    172 Kingsley Jack, piano dealer
    174 Hyman Arth Bernard MB, physician & surgeon

    ... here is Turner Street ...

        London Hospital
        London Hospital Nurses Home
        University of London Officers Training Corps (London Hospital)

    ... here is East Mount Street ...
     

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