London history over 2000 years
London Street Listings Index in 1921.
Bermondsey Street, 88 Tooley street to Tower Bridge road (SE1) (Bermondsey)
1,3 & 5 Lowcock & Dodds, wholesale tea dealers
5 collinson T & Sons Ltd, wholesale tea dealers
11 to 17 William Howell J Ltd, builders
19 to 25 Roberts & Leete Limited, wholesale stationers
... here are Magdalen street & Henry street ...
... here the Railway crosses ...
... here is Crucifix lane ...
85 & 37 Cook Donald & Son Ltd, produce merchants
39 to 45 Henderson & Liddell, green fruit warehouse
47, 49 & 53 Smart Arthur & Sons Ltd, cotton waste manufacturers
51 Cantor & Co, leather manufacturers
51 & 53 McMillan F & Co, manufacturers of bags
55 Crake Arthur B & Co, leather factors
57 McRae Joseph & Co, curriers
59 Fresco & Moon Ltd, manufacturing chemists
61 Cook Mrs Florece, dining rooms
63 Green Dragon, Wesley Arthur Hodge
65 to 69 Isaac Max, skin merchant
71 Beezley Charles, boot repairer
71 Davidge James, produce merchant
Cundall Thomas, leather manufacturer (Black Swan yard)
Hughes E & Co, metal workers (Black Swan yard)
73 to 85 Hermann Victor, tanner
87 Warner Alfred, dining rooms
93 Burt Edward, lamp maker
95 Croker Arthur Jn, chandlers shop
... here are Whites grounds ...
99 Yorkshire Grey, Arthur Dickson Mitchell
103 Castle & Co, sugar refiners
105 Izzill Joseph, hairdresser
107 Royal Henry, tobacconist
... here is Tanner street ...
111 Clare Percy Edward, baker
113 Greengrass Mrs Betsy, boot maker
117 Morris Theodore, leather merchant
121 Fasching Mrs Ellen, dining rooms
135 & 137 Hatcher Thomas, carman
... here is Medleys place ...
139 Van Duren Marcus, hide & skin merchant
139 Meyers Barnett, cane importer
147 Atlas tin Box manufacturing Co Ltd
151 & 153 Kipps Edward & Co Ltd, leather dressers
157 Nicholson, sons & Daniels, leather manufacturers
159 United Electrical Works
... here is Bell court ...
161 Parish James Frederick, carman
165 Prince William Henry, Henry Cooper
167 Spencer, Smith & Co Ltd, carmen
169 Stetfaner & Wolff Ltd, leather merchants
169 Chamois Leather Co Ltd (The)
169 McNeely & Price Ltd, leather manufacturers
173 Reimann & Sons, clog manufacturers
... here is Newhams row ...
175 Christy & Co Lim, hat manufacturers
175 Brockwell William & Sons, glue makers
177 Rueping (Fred) Leather Co Ltd, tanners
179 Wilson R & W & Sons Ltd, wholesale tinplate workers
179 Lewis H S & Sons, bath manufacturers
187 & 189, Time & Talents Girls Club, Miss Swayne, superintendant
St Mary Magdalene Church
191 Gillingham Rev Frank Hay BA (The Rectory)
191 Woodhouse Rev John Walker MA (The Rectory)
195 & 136 Ashford & Steam Laundry Ltd, shirt dressers
... here are Abbey street & Long lane ...
197 Newman Percival, cap peak manufacturer
2 & 4 London Paper Reelers & Cutters Ltd
6 Ware Wallace W & Co, leather factors
8 Osborn Edwin EWmanuel & Son, builders
... here the Railway crosses ...
... here are Snows fields & St Thomas street ...
24 Sard S & Son, rope makers
26 Reposito Luigi, fruiterer
28 Manze Pantaleoni, fried fish shop
... here is White Lion court ...
36 to 44 Biddell Bros, hop merchants
48 & 50 Portable Trunk & Suit Case Manufacturing Co Ltd
52 Milne L G Ltd, mill furnishers
54 Storrs & Price Ltd, produce merchants
54 Pipers Ltd, grocers
54 Vacuum Tanning Co Ltd, tanners
56 Scott Walter, wholesale paper merchant
60 White Richard, leather merchant
62 Marner George William, brassfounder
64 Ecroyd William Henry, leather merchant
56 Asbestos & Engineers Stores Co
68 Holmes William Joseph, house agent
... here is Carmarthen place ...
East, Kinsey & East, leather manufacturers (Carmarthen works)
72 Farrell Daniel Nathaniel, chandlers shop
74 Tull William Thomas, printer
76 Hargrave & McCraight, scale makers
82 Winser R J & Co, leather factors
86 Pattenden & Co, sack makers
... here is Tylers gateway ...
88 Bird Charles, carman
90 Morgan Mrs Jane, dairy
92 Moody Arthur, baker
94 Davis George, butcher
96 Chapman John & Co, wine carmen
98 Woolpack, Herbert Auckland Seear
102 Toleman Jas, curriers tool maker
102 & 104 McCarter Thomas Joseph Henry, grocer
102 & 104 Postal Telegraph Office, Receiving House, Money Order Office & savings Bank
... here is Upper Russell street ...
106 Hurwitz William & Co, leather factors
106 Jordan William, builder
108 Nastri Andrew, fruiterer
110 Damato Gaetano, greengrocer
112 Baker John Christian, grocer
114 Brigden Walter Jarvis, dining rooms
113 English-american Blacking & Finish Co Ltd
118 Bond Mrs Kate, oil & color manufacturer
124 St Pauls Printing Co Ltd
126 Sargent George, hair dresser
128 Ray Martin, fruiterer
130 Glashnick Max, boot maker
132 Hulgrave Walter, florist
134 Jones Herbert Hy, dairyman
136 & 195 Ashfords Steam laundry Ltd, shirt dressers
138 Rayner Thomas alexander, account book manufacturer
140 Matthews & Co, electrical engineers
142 Oxford & Bermondsey Mission Clubs
... here is Lamb alley ...
152 Heald Bros Ltd, sack makers
154 Roxburgh Robert Ltd, liquid egg merchants
Hepburn, Gale & Ross Ltd, tanners (Royal Oak tannery)
... here is Royal Oak yard ...
180 & 182 Costa G & Co, foreign produce importers
182 Thurber-Whyland Ltd, canned goods merchants
194 Jewson & Senior, beer finings manufacturers
196 to 202 Austins Limited, manufacturing chemists
198 Austins Ltd, chemists
198 Williams John Veale
204 Kings Arms & Hand, Francis Joseph Hassett
206 & 208 Stayner James Adolphus, builder
210 Sanders Alfred Hy, coffee rooms
212 Shields, Barbut & Co, wire workers
214 Coal By-Products Co
... here is Long lane ...
216 Star & Windmill, Sidney James Ibbott Sewell
218 Kuhn Henry, baker
220 Recknell Mrs Edith, undertaker
222 Hyman Jacob, wardrobe dealer
221 Parr (E B) & Co, engineers pattern makers
230 B S B Engineering works
234 Casey Mrs sarah, wardrobe dealer
236 Burke David, confectioner
... here is Star place ...
238 Lee Edward & Son, boot makers
240 Klashorst John, upholsterer
242 Lee Edward & Son, harness makers
Lejeune Benoit Ltd, trunk & portmanteau materials (16 Cluny place)
... here is Cluny place ...
244 Hand & Marigold, Percival William Slater
248 Leach John, wardrobe dealer
250 Dilnutt Francis Alfred, marine store dealer
Great Central Hall
256 Edward George D, dining rooms
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