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Jon Snow reporting about the abuse, and murder of children by Israel, in Gaza by Israel. Murdering, inhumane, right wing Israeli scumbags who kill children indiscriminately; and bomb hospitals, and United Nations Schools; and do not respect the Geneva Convention.
It is now time for the West to decide whether they are prepared to see hundreds of innocent civilians killed by a rich state who have a lot of influence around the world. I am sickened by the murderous attitudes of Israel.

Whitechapel Road  NORTH SIDE - part 4

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

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1841 - St Mary Street to "Star & Garter" / Court Street

 ... St Mary Street ...

79 Dukes Head, John Siely
81 Brough William Thomas, baker
83 Hutchins Wm Henry, linen draper
84 Edmans John, cheesemonger
86 Larke John, tobacconist
87 Plum Mrs E, hosier & glover
88 Lawrence John, boot & shoe maker
91 Crossfield Abraham, solicitor
92 Davy Jas & Co, linen drapers
93 James Samuel. grocer
94 Burchett William, surgeon
94 1/2 Hassell Joseph, fruiterer
95 Black Bull, Henry Gardner
96 Ramsden Geo & Edwd, color works
97 & 98 Gladding Robert, book seller
100 Price John, appraiser & broker
101 Spencer William, general salesman
102 Hopwood William, butcher
103 Red Lion, George Mark Perren
104 Smith J & Co, teadealers & grocers
106 Crumpton John, baker
107 Worms, Lewis & Co, warehousemen
109 Henbrey Francis, hair dresser
110 Newland Francis, butcher
110 Star & Garter, Charles Poore
 

1851 - St Mary Street to "Star & Garter" / Court Street

... here St Mary Street intersects ...

77 Whitechapel Workhouse
    Nicholas Mursell, master
    Mrs Elizabeth Mursell, matron
78 Davenants School,   G Walker, master
    Mrs Melinda Walker, mistrss
79
Dukes Head, William Gardner
80 Collimore Wm, ham & beef shop
81 Brough Mrs Lucy, baker
82 Orchard Jasper, coffee rooms
83 Rowlandson M & lancelot, carpet wa
84 Wainwright Hen Wm, brush maker
85 Pavilion Theatre
86 Webber Hy Incledon, tobacconist
88 Lawrence John, boot maker
89 Lawrence Miss Eliza, staymaker
90 Pagelsan Mrs Susannah, pastry cook
91 Weybret John, boot & shoe maker
92 to 94 James Samuel, grocer & oilman

... here Bakers Row intersects ...

94 1/2 Wilkin Frederick, fruiterer
95
Black Bull, Henry Gardner
96 Ramsden Geo & Edwd, color works
97 & 98 Gladding Robert, book seller
99 Brandum Charles, oilman
100 Weatherley Thomas, confectioner
100 1/2 Spencer William, butcher
101 Smith Thomas, baker
102 Shaw Stephen Sams, boot maker
103
Red Lion, Edward Coddington
104 Barber Chas, grocer
105 Marshall John, cheesemonger

... here Thomas Street intersects ...

106 to 109 Worms, L & Matthew, warehousemen
109 Henbrey Francis, hair dresser
110 Offord Nathaniel, staymaker
110
Star & Garter, Ambrose Everard

... here Court Street intersects ...
 

1856 - St Mary Street to "Star & Garter" / Court Street

... here St Mary Street intersects ...

77 Whitechapel Workhouse
    James Barnett, master
    Mrs Elizabeth Barnett, matron
78 Davenants School, George Walker, master
Mrs Melinda Walker, mistress
79
Dukes Head, William Gardner
80 Richards Franciston, hosier
81 Brown Wm Henry jun, baker
82 Orchard Jasper, coffee rooms
    Coles Mrs Sarah, carman - Pavilion Yard
    Ellison John, furniture dealer - Pavilion Yard
Young Geo, horse dealer etc - Pavilion Yard
83 Downing Jas, carpet warehouse
84 Wainwright Hen Wm, who brush maker
85 Pavilion Theatre
87 Bower Alfred, pastry cook
88 Need Chas Thomas, boot & shoe maker
89 Lawrence Miss Eliza, stay maker
90 Heasman Francis, pastry cook
91 Weybret John, boot & shoe maker
92 & 93 Austin Thomas & Co, carpet warehouse

... here Bakers Row intersects ...

94 Ambrose Thomas & Co, chemists
94 1/2 Brentini Anthony & G, confectioners
95
Black Bull, Henry Gardner
96 Lazarus Joseph, who rag merchant
97 & 98 Gladding Robert, book seller
99 Brandum Charles, oilman
100 Baldwin Joseph, ironmonger
100 1/2 Spencer William, butcher
101 Smith Thomas, baker
102 Walker Samuel, boot & show warehouse
103
Red Lion, Thomas Gill
104 Barber Chas, grocer

... here Thomas Street intersects ...

106 Whitehead Thomas, grocer
107 & 108 Hall & Clegg, linen drapers
108 & 109 Hunt Thos, who cheesemonger
110 Offord Nathaniel, staymaker
110
Star & Garter, Michael Sarson

... here Court Street intersects ...
 

1869 - St Mary Street to "Star & Garter" / Court Street

... here is St Mary Street ...

76 Gladding Robert, book seller
77a Ross Richard, chemist
77a Aaronson Andrew, dentist
78a Lutto Samuel, tailor etc
79a Humm John, hatter
80a King james, boot & shoe manufacturer
81a McLachlan & Dooley, pawnbrokers
83a Willomatt Bell, furniture dealer
84a Field Stephen, miscellaneous dealer
85a Durrant William, boot maker
86a Barnard Thos, mantle warehouse
87a Hall John, linen draper
88a Bartlett Jno & Co, baby linen wa
Bryant & May, lucifer manufacturers
78 Davenants Endowed Free School
79
Dukes Head, William Gardner
80 Orchard Charles, furniture dealer
81 Doig John, baker
82 Wilcox Zebedee, beer retailer
    Young Geo, livery stables (Pavilin Yard)
83 Rowlandson lancelot & Co, furniture warehouse
84 Wainwright Henry & William, wholesale brush manufacturers
85 Pavilion Theatre
86 Bower Alfred, photographic artist
88, 89 & 51 Lyons Maurice, tailor
90 Baalham George, pastry cook
91 Weybret John, boot & shoe maker
92 Austin Thomas, carpet warehouse
93 Turner Stephen, milliner

... here is Bakers Row ,,,

94 & 156 lacy Edward & Co, chemists
94 1/2 Mead Charles, dairyman
95
Black Bull, Joseph Ranson
96 Lazarus Joseph, who rag merchant
97 Cortesi Joseph, confectioner
98 Franklin Samuel & Sons, dealers in unredeemed pledges
99 Brandum Charles, oilman
100 Fage Jas Edward, furniture dealer
100 1/2 Morgan William, soda water ma
101 Smith George, baker
102 Purvis Thomas & Charles, grocers
103 
Red Lion, John Waller
104 Edwards Owen, grocer
105 Attwell Robert Henry, butcher

... here is Thomas Street ...

108 Franks Samuel, outfitter
109 Hunt Thos & Son, cheesemongers
110 Offord Mrs Elizabeth, stay maker
110
Star & Garter, Thomas Bentley

... here is Court Street ...
 

1882 - St Mary Street to "Star & Garter" / Court Street

... here is St Mary Street ...

76 Gladding Robert, book seller
77 & 172 Albion Brewery, Mann, Crossman & Paulin
77a Brasch Abraham, fancy repository
    Aaronson Andrew, LDS surgeon dentist
78a Lutton Samuel, tailor etc
79a Humm John, hatter
80a King James, boot & shoe manufacturer
81a Dooley Thos Jackson, pawnbroker
82a & 83a, Hawkey Richard, upholsterer
85a Durrant William, boot maker
87a Charik Heiman, outfitter
78 Davenants Endowed Free School
79
Dukes Head, Jas Wm Clayton
80 & 107 Orchard Chas, furniture dealer
81 Doig Stuart, baker
82 Young Geo, livery stables (Pavilion Yard)
    Thorogood Wm, carman (Pavilion Yard)
83 Susex Club, Joseph L Lyons, sec
85 Pavilion Theatre, Morris Abrahams, lessee
86 Bower Alfred, photographic artist
87 Joel John, fancy depot
88 & 89 Baalham George & Co, outfitters
90 Hillier Rienzi, hatter
91 Zibach Benedict, ginger beer maker

... here is Bakers Row ...

94 & 156 Lacy Edward & Co, chemists
95
Black Bull, Ellis Brothers & Co
96 Universal Bedstead & Bedding Co
97 Cortesi Joseph, confectioner
98 Harding George, confectioner
99 Brandum William, oilman
100 Cole Thomas, earthenware dealer
100a Wilkins Frederick W, egg merchant
101 Higdon Richard, baker
102 Hall John, line draper
103
Red Lion, Thomas David Hill
104 Edwards Owen, grocer
105 Walton John, tailor

... here is Thomas Street ...

106 Turner Stephen, fancy draper
107 & 80 Orchard Chas, furniture dealer
108 & 109 Hunt Geo, cheesemonger
110 Offord Mrs Elizabeth, stay maker
   
Star & Garter, Charles Baker

... here is Court Street ...
 

1934 - St Mary Street to "Star & Garter" / Court Street

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