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Landport 1865 Harrods Directory - Traders K - M

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Kaisier Sebastian, watch & clockmaker, silversmith, &c., 51, Lower Arundel street.
Keen Edward, beer retailer, 42, Princes street
KEEN JOHN, Clarence tavern, North end
Kemp A., beer retailer & general dealer, Prospect street
Kempster Henry, Star inn, 173, Lake road.
Kenell William, lodging-house keeper, 411, Commercial road
Kennett George, general dealer, Fratton road
Kennett George, beer retailer, Earley street
Kenney Charles, confectioner, 55, Upper Church path
Kenney William, confectioner, 267, Commercial road
Kensell William, general dealer, Lake road.
Kent George Edward, farmer, North end, Kingston
Kent Joseph Nelson, relieving officer for the Fratton district, 1, Fitzroy street, Landport
Kerby Alfred, tobacconist, 124, Commercial road
Kerley Thomas, Napier Arms, 3, Surrey street
Kett Miss Fanny, 426, Dorset cottage, Commercial road
Kidd Thomas, sugar confectioner, 202, Commercial road
Kidd W. E., baker, Meadow street
Kiel -, shoemaker, Crasswell street
Kilbury Valentine, dyer, 12, Church street
King Christopher, pawnbroker, 26, 28, & 30, Crasswell street
King Leonard, plumber, painter & glazier, 77, Crasswell street
King Vincent, marine store dealer, 58A, Charlotte street
Kingsweli James, shoeing smith, Milton
Kingswell William, clogmaker, 50, Spring street
Knight Charles, shopkeeper, Kingston
Knight David, baker & grocer, Milton
Knight Henry, shoemaker, 26, Greetham street
Knight John, boot & shoemaker & leather seller, 184 & 186, Commercial road
Knowlton Thomas, beer retailer, Church path north
Landport and Southsea Gazette, Portsmouth & Portsea Advertiser, published at mid-day on Friday (Independent journal). Price lld. unstamped stamped. J. Sandford Fletcher, editor and proprietor LANE HENRY, tailor and hatter, 23, Arundel street
Lane James, outfitter, 116, Commercial road and at 5 & 10, Camden alley, Portsea
Lane James, shopkeeper, 6, Commercial place
Lane John, greengrocer, 32, Surrey street
Lane Mrs. Martha, sugar boiler, 4, Little Charlotte street
Lane Miss Mary Jane, dressmaker, Fitzroy street
Lane Robert, butcher, 200, Commercial road.
Laney James, beer retailer, Church path north
Langford George, Sun tavern, and rope maker, Church street
Langford Mrs. Maria, shopkeeper, 63, Wingfield street
Langford William, beer retailer, Church street
Langmaid Samuel, boot and shoemaker, 183, Lake road
Langton James, chemist and druggist, 329, Commercial road, Mile End
Langworthy Benjamin, greengrocer, 55, Lake road
Lawrence Edward, butcher, 245, Commercial road
Lawrence Henry, builder and contractor, 60, Commercial road
Layton William, boot manufacturer, 167, Commercial road
Lear Joseph, general dealer, 2, Meadow street
Leaton John, grocer and provision merchant, 1, Russell street
Lee George, builder, Fratton street
Leggatt John, butcher, 6, Meadow street
Levi Isaac, outfitter, 23, Russell street
Levy Joseph & Co., tailors, hatters, hosiers, and general outfitters, 141, Commercial road
Levis John, greengrocer, 90, Surrey street
Lewis John, shopkeeper, 19, Tratton street
Lewis Oliver, newsagent and tobacconist, 223, Commercial road
Light William, wheelwright and smith, Clarence street
Light William Robert & Charles, builders and contractors, 35 & 39, Lake road
Lillington Henry, boot maker, Kingston cross
Lineasey Mrs. Frances, grocer, Fratton street
Linnington Brothers, carriage manufacturers, 52, Commercial road
Linnington Thomas (firm of Linnington Brothers), 54, Commercial road
Lintott William, dealer in second hand clothes, 306, Commercial road
LOADER WILLIAM, boot and shoe manufacturer, 139, Commercial road
Local Board of Health Offices, Landport hall, Arundel street ; W. O. Marshall, Esq., clerk
London and South-Western Railway Company's Parcel Office, Chaplin & Horne, agents, Greetham st., and at Broad street. Portsmouth
Long Geo., rope, rag, and metal merchant, 175, Commercial road ; p. r. 377
Long Joseph, marine storecleafer, 39, Commercial road
Longland William K, The Cellar, Arundel street
Longyear George, plumber, painter, and glazier, Fratton street
Longyear Samuel, Artillery Arms, Fratton road
LOUCH CHARLES, Duke of Wellington, Russell street
Louch linendra.per, Russell street
Loughran Miss Ann, seminary for young ladies, 132, Lake road
Love Charles, greengrocer, 16, Telegraph street
Loveless Henry, bootmaker, 10, Fratton street
Lovelock William, beer retailer, 27, Lake road
Loxton Aaron, haberdasher, 4, Fration street
Luff William, beer retailer, 55, Kingston road, Buckland
Luff William, greengrocer, 7, Meadow street
Macaboy Geo., schoolmaster H.M. Dockyard, Fratton road
Macklin Thomas, Mile End tavern, 317, Commercial road
Maffey Mrs. Sarah, preparatory school, 2, Outram terrace, Somers road
Maitland James, beer retailer, Harley street
Major William, beer retailer, St. Johns street
Malcolm John, bookseller, stationer, and newsagent, &c., 40, Russell street
Malley Michael, general dealer, Fratton road
Malley William, general dealer, Buckland
Mallon James William, master of All Saints National school, 214, Lake road
Ilalpas George, inspector of shipwrights 11.11. Dockyard, 21, Paradise street
Maltby John, outfitter, 126, Commercial road.
MANILE CHARLES, The Queens Head, Fratton road
Merchant James, greengrocer, 62, Crasswell street
Merchant James Geo., shopkeeper, Charles street
Marshall Mrs. Jane, straw milliner, 26, Church street
Marshall William, rag rope, and metal merchant, 3, Lake road ; p. r., 111, Lake road
Marshall & Harrison, chemists, 125, Commercial road
Martell Richard, high bailiff of the County Court of Portsmouth, Percy cottage, 64, Commercial road
Martin Thomas, linendraper, 66, Arundel street
Mash Benjamin, painter, glazier, & paperhanger, 5, Oatram terrace, Somers road
Matthews George, beer retailer, 57, Lake road
Mathews Seering Hal), clerk of works R.E., Mill dam, Portsea; p.r., Stamshaw terrace
Maxfield. The Misses.Mary Ann & Maria, ladies boarding and day school, 383, Commercial road
McKay Murdoch, gutta percha manufacturer, 109, Surrey street
McKnott James, shopkeeper, 47, Church street
McLeod Miss M. ladies seminary, Selborne terrace, Fratton
McPhaden -, commercial traveller, 5, Sydenham terrace
Mecklejohn Mrs. Harriet, grocer, St. Marys road, Kingston
Merrett Jonathan, fishmonger & fruiterer, 18, Surrey street
Mersh Mrs. Jane, shopkeeper, 11, Buckland road
Mullins John, greengrocer, Fratton street
Mitchell Albert, grocer, &c., 107, Lake road.
Mitchell Alfred J butcher, 3, Charlotte street
Mitchell Mrs. Fanny, seminary, 174, Lake road
Mitchell George, pork butcher, 153, Lake road
Mitchell James, greengrocer, Lake road
Mitchell James, muffin and crumpet baker, 24, Greetham street
Mitchell Mrs. Jane, lodging house keeper, 68, Commercial road
Mockford Mrs. Elizabeth, toy dealer and tobacconist, 68, Arundel street
Monck Mrs. Charles, outfitter, 3, Commercial place
Monck George Dawes, Government contractor, 242, Commercial road
Monk James Ancltew, cattle dealer, 10, Charlotte street
Moody Ebenezer, laceman and baby linen warehouse, 196, Commercial road
Moody Henry, timber and slate merchant and ironmonger, Commercial road
Moody Richard, fruiterer, 149, Commercial road
Moody Mrs. Sophia, basket maker, 290, Commercial road
Moody Thomas grocer and basket. maker, 1, Commercial place
Moore Mrs. Ann, beer retailer, 50, Commercial road
Moore Burt,m, beer retailer and coal seller, 26, St. Marys street and Thomas street
Moore George, coal and wood seller, 133, Crasswell street
Moore John, butcher, 53, Upper Church path
Moore William, beer retailer, 14, Spring street
Morey John, builder, 17, Beaumont terrace, Buckland road.
Morey John, baker & grocer, 27, Church street
Morley & Son, boot manufacturers, 15, Chandos street
Morley Henry, stationer and newsagent, 48, Charlotte street
Morley William, refreshment house, 49, Commercial road
Morris Miss Ann Compton, seminary for ladies, Mile End terrace, 371, Commercial road
Morris Moses, shoeing smith, Fratton road
Mortimer Mrs. Frances, shopkeeper, 105, Fratton street
Morton Christopher, marine store dealer, 5, Commercial place
Moses George James, wheelwright, 256, Commercial road
Moss Mrs. Caroline, Shipwrights Arms, 6, Lion Gate road
Mumford George, shopkeeper, Holloway street
Murrell Mrs. Ellen baby linen warehouse, 193, Commercial road
Murrell Richard John, brewer & maltster, Kingston brewery, Kingston road
Mussel] James, Dorset Alehouse, 12, Great Charlotte street