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Fitzroy Street (North Side) (East)

History of Fitzroy Street North Side (East)

1913

FROM MODERN JUNCTION OF FITZROY STREET AND BURLEIGH STREET GOING EAST

109: Alfred Suttle, shipping, emigration and rail agent

GN and GNER receiving office

108: Starr and Rignall, photographic artists and frame makers

107: Moon and Co, drapers

106: –

105: Mrs Clara Still MP, provision stores

104: W and R Fletcher Ltd, butchers

Telegraph, Money Order and Post Office

103: W Heffer and Sons, stationers, printers

101 / 102: Frederick Morley, pawnbrokers; Arthur Kirbyshire, manager

Here is James Street

100: John Walker, drapers and outfitters

99: Florence Louisa Liles, hosier

98: Benjamin Liles, leather seller and bootmaker

William Ewart Liles

Christ Church Parish Rooms

Here is Church Street

97: Freeman Hardy and Willis, repair depot

96: Mrs M A White

95: Henry Foulger Hayward

94: Elijah Newman, bootmaker

93: John Robert Traylen, plumber

92: Frank Potter, builder

91: William James, printer

90: Skinner and Waldock, corn dealers; Richard Ison, manager

89: Edgar Smith, general shop

Here is Albert Street

88: London Central Meat CO; Robert Read, manager

88 1/2: J K Williams, grocer and provision dealer

87: William Cooper, hardware shop

Plantation Row:

  1. Mrs Smith
  2. John Pratt, labourer
  3. W S Whitehead, carriage painter
  4. Charles Squires, painter

86: Henry Ding, shoemaker

85: Frederick Campion

84: Mrs Green

83: F G Clark, shoemaker

82: Frederick Smith, rag merchant

[82 Fitzroy Street is described as a brothel in the 1850 court case involving the theft of a coat by Charles Collis]

81: John Smith, sweet stores

Here is Wellington Street

80: Frederick A Maddison, baker and corn dealer

79: James Wing

78a: Charles Clarke, vanman

77: Charles Rowling, bricklayer’s labourer

Chivers’ chicory factory

76: Henry Miller Langley

74 – 75: J Whitehead, fruiterer

73: T Fox, slater

72: John Bishop, cement worker

71: Mrs S Edwards

70: William Hunt, carter

68 – 69: Mrs Stokes, baker

Here is Gloucester Place

Cambridge Working Men’s Club and Institute

1962

(45) Pauline’s Dress Shop, ladies outfitters

(47) Mrs A Wadham, confectioner

Mrs A E Tarrant

(49) Ernest E Griggs, fruiterer

(51) –

(53) J D’Arcy Penberthy, stationer and Post Office

(55-57) Fredrick Morley, pawnbrokers

Here is James Street

(59) Hire and Supply Ltd

(63) William John White, boarding

Christ Church Parish Rooms

Here is Christchurch Street

(71-73) Elliott & Langford, leather

(75) Thomas Crawford

(77) Frank Finnegan

(79) Mrs S Caldecoat

(81) Mrs P Hobbs

(83) Miss Mole

(85) James Langford

(87) Mrs V Turner, wardrobe dealer

(89) John Barnes

Here is Napier Street

(95) Harry L Whitehead

(95) William Whitehead, fruiterers

Here is Wellington Street

(133) British Thomson Houston Co, electrical engineers

(135 – 151) vacant

Here is Severn Place

(155) Mrs W Cook

Cambridge Working Men’s Club and Institue

 

 

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