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Johnstones 1818 directory index
This is the 1818 Johnstones London commercial guide which also includes a little pub history detail.
Bank side, Southwark
Length 220 yards. No. of Houses 90.
1 Clark and Collins, Coal merchants
2 Watson, Lyell, & Co. Must, manufacturer
* Rumsey, Thomas, Coal merchant
3 Smith, John, Maltster & dealer in hops
4 Hammock, John, Corn merchant
7 Mountney and Smith, Merchants
8 Bishop Samuel, Iron founder & caster
12 Child Robert, Will. & Henry, Dyers
* Sharp, Samuel & Co. Wharfingers
27 Whitehead, John, Dyer and scourer
28 Elmore, John, Coal merchant
* Short, Thomas, Corn dealer & coal merchant
31 Elmore, Robert, Coal merchant
36 Sutton, Will. Sail maker & ship chandler
* Humer, Jno. Lighterman & coal merchant
37 Gilbert, William, Lighterman, &c.
39 Arnold, S. and T. Mast and oar makers
40 Parker & Wyatt, Cement & stucco manufacturer
4l Wyatt, Charles, Tin and copper manufacturers
42 Lloyd, Daniel, Timber merchant
47 Horne, Devy and Horne, Coal merchants
48 Goulding, Thomas & Ja. Sugar mill makers
Hamer, John, Lighterman, &c.
49 Fuce, Thomas, Coal merchant
52 Cowell, Samuel, Coal merchant, &c.
* Constable, James, Coal merchant, &c.
54 Holditch, Sam. & Geo. Coal merchants
55 Sells, Edward, Coal merchant
* Jones & Sells, Coal merchants
* Kelly, Thomas, Corn factor, &c.
58 Wilson, Abraham, Coal merchant
50 Russell, George jun. Coal merchant, &c.
64 Body, John, & Co. Timber merchants
* Kempson, Thomas, Iron merchant
* Morrow, Evans & Co. Gas & coke works
65 Bee, Son & Stokes, Coal merchants, &c.
* Browning, T. R. & W.& Co. Timber merchants
* Malyn, John, Coal merchant, &c.
73 Day, John, Hard and soft soap maker
71 Dowson, Joseph & Co. Timber merchants
85 Field, Richard, Barge builder, &c.
86 Dowley, John, Corn and coal merchant
* Nichols, Will. & George, Coal merchants
* Braby, James, Wheelwright & carpenter
* Field and White, Boat builders, &c.
88 Petty and Lingham, Coal merchants &c.
Barnes, George, Coal merchant, &c.
Bowring, Lochner,&Co. Iron merchants
Derby, John, Hard soap manufacturer
Drury and Co. Bankside brewery
Hobbs, Edward, Iron gate manufacturer
Harwood and Lloyd, Timber merchants
Neale, John, Coal merchant, &c.
Pritchard, J. Tire and nail manufacturer
Shadbolt, W. & Co. Foreign wood merchant
Sowden, Samuel, Stone merchant, &c.
Watson, Lyle & Co. Oil & mustard manufacturer
Winter, George, Iron & tyre warehouse
BANK END WHARF
Partridge, Joseph, Coal merchant, &c.
BEAR GARDEN WHARF.
Sharp, James & Co. Flour factors
Puce, Thomas, Coal merchant and wharfing.
Dickenson, Rob. Iron manufacturer
Bury, Joseph, Mahogany merchant.
Pennington, Henry, Coal merchant
Dowson & Schofield, Mahogany merchant
Roper, Jno. & Co. Coal merchants
RED LION WHARF.
Rumsey, Thomas jun. Coal merchant
Atkins, Abraham, Coal merchant
Barr, William, Wharfinger, &c.
ST MARY OVERYS DOCK.
Green & Pellatt, Glass manufacturers
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London pub history directory.
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London 1921 Street directory in 1921
London 1940 Street directory 1940
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