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  Brian Moseley, Plymouth
Webpage created: February 17, 2019
Webpage updated: February 17, 2020

        

ROADS AND STREETS IN OLD PLYMOUTH  |  OLD TOWN STREET

OCCUPANTS OF OLD TOWN STREET IN 1852

This is a representation of a map of Old Town Street according to
entries in Kelly's Directory of Devonshire for June 1889.
Properties were not necessarily opposite each other except on corners with other streets.

NORTH

 

WEST SIDE   EAST SIDE
       
Here was Duke Street and Tavistock Road     Here was Clarence Street and Tavistock Place
       
Matthew Turner, hair dresser 37    
John Matthews, pastry cook 36    
Alfred Williams, working jeweller 35    
       
Here was Saltash Street      
       
Joseph Underhill, ironmonger 34    
John Anthony, grocer
also Thomas Giles, smith and bell hanger
33    
Maria Jackson, haberdasher
also C F Hinton, wholesale and retail chemist and druggist
32    
       
Here was Drake Street      
       
Lord Exmouth, William Lang
 also Solomon Harding, engraver and copperplate printer
31    
Mrs Down, milliner and straw bonnet maker
 also Arthur D Down
30    
John Quiller Wade, grocer 29    
William Quiller Barrett, boot maker 28    
William Redhouse, hair dresser 27    
NL 26    
Thomas Joel Morris, boot maker 25    
       
Here was Old Town Avenue

Here was Ebrington Street
       
Cornish Inn, John Gribble 24    
Samuel Soper, beer retailer 23    
John Yabsley, upholsterer 22 42 Old  Four Castles Public House, Jane Ross
John Cross,  boot and shoe maker 21 43 John Odam, hair cutter and John Firks, lath render
Richard Colwill, tailor
 also Charles Goodanew, shopkeeper
20 44 John Hawkes, tallow chandler
John Cann, shopkeeper 19 45 Mrs E Lethbridge, haberdasher
 and Mr E F Cridland, corn factor
also Leonard Cridland, agent
John Rendle, cabinet maker 18 46 Thomas Rendle, upholsterer
Golden Lion, William Harvey
also Richard Cornelius, furnishing ironmonger
17 47 William Hammett and Son, wine and spirit merchant
Thomas Giles, furniture broker 16 48 Thomas Moysey, saddler and harness maker
and T May, lath render
also Frances Bazeley, shopkeeper
John William Kimpton, surgeon and druggist 15 49 E and L Hawkin, straw bonnet makers
and confectioners
Thomas Williams, hair dresser and  perfumer 14 50 NL
Robert Hooper Snow, tallow chandler and grocer 13    
William Roach  junior, wholesale and retail fruiterer
also William Roach, beer retailer
12   Here was Week Street
       
Walter Rowse, ironmonger 11 51 Henry Hoare, Rose and Crown Public House
    52 Thomas Rendle, upholsterer
Walter Rowse, ironmonger 10    
       
Here was East Street

Here was Treville Street
       
George Newcombe,
stationer and account book manufacturer
9 53 Dabb, Rundle and Brown, silk mercers
Commercial Hotel, Francis H Chubb 8 54 Dabb, Rundle and Brown, Scotch and Manchester warehousemen
    55 John Densham, chemist and druggist
White Hart, William Pritchard; also booking office 7 56 J Kinsman, Ring of Bells Public House
    57 NL
Richard K Geldard, chemist and druggist 6 58 William Foale, currier
    59 D Dyer, cutler and surgical instrument maker
Mary Warren, haberdasher 5 60 Holman and Pardew, drapers
    61 Stephenson Brothers,
wholesale and retail furnishing ironmongers
Joseph Lonsdale, draper 4 62 George Bishop, pastry cook,
and John Davis, shipbroker and coal merchant
Mrs M Ward, bookbinder and stationer;
 also P Hore, dyer; and George Bartlett, printer
3 63 E Blatchford, Berlin wool and fancy repository
and Mrs E Bennett, milliner
John Jope, hatter; also Mrs Jope, milliner
and T  S Ramsden, billiard room
2 64 Collier and Company, wine and spirit merchants
Richard Barons, wine and spirit merchant 1 65 Balkwill and Company, pharmaceutical chemists;
       
Here was Bedford Street      
       

SOUTH

NL = Addresses not listed.  These were usually let on short-term tenancies and therefore not listed in street directories.