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PORTSMOUTH 1855 Post Office Directory - Traders D - J

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TRADERS.

Daish William, inspector of police, 14 Penny street
Damp George, ironmonger, 24 Broad street
Dash Thomas, basket maker, 68 Broad street
Davies Eliza (Mrs.), Military Arms, 1 Barrack street
Davis Annie (Miss), lodging house, 6 High street
Davis Joseph, boot & shoe maker, 122 High street
Davis William, Rose & Crown, St. Nicholas street
Day William, cook & confectioner, 77 High street
Dedman Henry, Coopers Arms, Barrack street
Denham William, beer retailer, 5 & 6 St. Mary's street
Dennison John, greengrocer, 2 Bathing lane
Devereux William, solicitor & clerk to the guardians of Portsea island union, & superintendent registrar of births, deaths & marriages,& agent to the Globe fire & life office, 41 St. Mary's street
Doble Henry, coach builder, 39 St. Thomas street
Dore William, grocer, 6 Broad street
Dorrien Henry John, agent for the branch Bank of England, 26 High street
Dorrinigton Charles Henry, wholesale tea dealer & provision merchant, 79 Broad street
Doswell Henry, beer retailer, 25 Oyster street
Dotterill John, builder & contractor, her Majesty's dockyard, Portsmouth & Gosport
Douse Zacharias, saddler & agent to the Phoenix fire & Pelican life offices, 3 Pembroke street
Doust John, clothier, 59 St. Mary street
Dowle Anne (Mrs.), seminary, 44 Penny street
Dowle Richard, daguerreotype artist, 44 Penny street
Dowsett Henry, inspector of police,42 Penny street
Dreweatt Francis James, chemist & druggist, 81 High street
Dreweatt Thomas, Fountain hotel & posting house, wine & spirit merchant & cab & fly proprietor, High street
Dubois Mary (Mrs.), egg merchant, 7 Oyster street
Duck Edwin, grocer, 28 Warblington street
Dudley Joseph, silversmith & jeweller, 80 High street
Dudlev Samuel Edmund, agent to the Colonial life office, 80 High street
Duffield John, Fortune of War, Prospect row
Dugan Patrick, tailor & outfitter, hosier & haberdasher, 20 & 21 High street
Easthope Elizhth. (Mrs.), lodging house, 1 King William place
Elcock Richard Henry, ironmonger, 13 St. Mary street
Elkins George, curiosity dealer, 72 High street
Ellis George, dairyman & pork butcher, 24 Warblington st
Emanuel Ezekiel & Emanuel, goldsmiths, jewellers, silversmiths, watchmakers & opticians, by appointment to her Majesty, 101 High street & 8 the Hard, Portsea
Emery William, stationer & circulating library, 14 Broad st
Exton James, shipping master & collector of corporation tolls, Bath square
Faithfull Henry, True Blue, Broad street
Fiske Thomas Hammond, print & music seller & fancy stationer, 59 High street
Fogwill William, boot & shoe maker, 10 Broad street
Foster Henry, grocer & tea dealer. 106 High street
Fowler George, hairdresser & perfumer, 40 High street
Fox William, beer retailer,51 St. Mary street
Fraser & White, coal merchants, East street, & 3 Upper King street,& 11 Bach villa street, Southsea
Freeman Richard, stonemason & statuary, Lombard street
Froggett Leonard, painter & glazier, Town quay & Green lane, Southsea
Frost Ann (Mrs.), beer retailer, 1 St. Mary street
Frost Edward, gents', boarding & Hay school, 82 St. Thomas' street & Sydenham villa, Waterlooville
Fry James, shipbuilder. 21 Broad street
Gardner Henry, jun. printer, bookseller, stationer & news agent, 32 St. Mary street
Gait Joseph James, navy & army outfitter, 111 High street
Gardner Frederick, boot & shoe maker, 13 Broad street
Garratt & Gibbon, agents to Lloyd's, the Hon. East India Company, the underwriters of Liverpool & Glasgow, the Sunderland, Scarbro', Whitby, Scotch & assurance companies, Broad street
Garrett George & John Thomas & Co. brewers & spirit merchants, Penny street
Gauntlett Henry Francis, auctioneer, timber merchant, land, building & timber surveyor & valuer, auctioneer to her Majesty's hon. board of ordnance, Penny street; & timber & coal depot & marble works, Mile end
German Charles George, custom house & shipping agent, Eaat street & King's terrace, Southsea
Gloge John, tailor, 35 High street
Godfrey William, chemist & druggist, 100 High street
Godwin Ann (Mrs.), shopkeeper, 140 High street
Godwin John, butcher, 59 Broad street
Grant, Gillman & Long, bankers (draw on Glyn & Co.), 68 High street
Grant Henry, merchant, 45 High street
Gray Elizabeth (Mrs.), pastrycook, 57 Broad street
Gray Thomas, plumber, glazier & gas fitter, 30 Broad street
Greetham & Swainson, solicitors, admiralty coroners for the county of Southampton & agents to the solicitors for the treasury, admiralty & ordnance, 14 High street
Greetham Henry Augustus, Centaur tavern, 2 Grand parade
Greetham Samuel, solicitor, 61 St. Thomas street
Grinder James, greengrocer, East street
Grinder John, Black Swan, Broad street
Groves John, butcher, 38 High street
Guy Emma (Miss), preparatory school, King William place
Hale Henry, master of National school, 25 St. Thomas street
Hale Thomas, Quebec hotel, Bath square
Hammond Phineas, boot & shoe maker, 4 Pembroke street
Hampshire Telegraph & Sussex Chronicle newspapers, published on Saturday (Joseph Harrison, publisher & proprietor), 81 High street
Hamshaw Mary Ann (Mrs.), lodging house,4 St. Thomas street
Harding Arthur, clothier, 72 St. Mary street
Hardy Charles Henry, harbour master, 41 East street
Harrington Geo. Fellows, surgeon dentist, 84 St. Thomas street
Harris James, beer retailer, 39 Warblington street
Harrison Joseph, printer & publisher of the ' Hampshire Telegraph,' 81 High street
Hart James, cooper & marine store dealer, Town quay & 39 East street
Harvey Susan (Miss), seminary, 27 Lombard street
Hatch James, iroumonger, 112 High street
Hatch Robert, steam packet agent, 4 Broad street
Hayden James, boot & shoe maker, 32 Penny street
Hayward Joseph, Blue Anchor, 68 St. Mary street
Hayward Robert, grocer & baker, 115 High street
Heal James, carpenter, Penny street
Heath William, beer retailer, East street
Heather Alfred, notary public, 27 Broad street
Hellard Charles Bellesworth, solicitor, clerk to the county magistrates; clerk to commissioners for'paving, lighting & improving the town of Portsmouth; clerk to the burial board for the parish of Portsmouth ;, agent for the college of Winchester, & solicitor for the parish of Portsmouth; agent for Sun fire & Palladium life offices, 132 High street
Hellard George Bettesworth, surgeon, 10 High street
Henney John, sub-agent for the branch Bank of England, Penny street
Hiles John, professor of music. 57 High street
Hill David, Ship Worcester, Broad street
Hill William Henry, cook & confectioner to her Majesty,91 High street.; & refreshment rooms, Landport terminus station
Hills Charles Henry, outfitter, 56 Broad street
Hobbins Thomas, collector of assessed taxes & poor rates, 136 High street
Holder Charles, Heroes, Crown street
Hollings Thomas, Naval & Military Arms, St. Mary street
Holmes Charles, Golden Lion, & coach painter, Golden Lion lane
Holmes Joseph, coal merchant, 1 Lombard street
Hooper William, bookbinder, 56 High street
Hordle Frederick, ironmonger, 82 High street
Horwood William, coal dealer, St. Thomas' Btreet
Howard Daniel John, linen draper, 29 St. Marv street
Howard John, solicitor, Guildhall chambers, Pembroke street
Howell John Augustus, merchant & ship chandler, East street
Hudson Thomas, shopkeeper, Crown street
Humphry Richard, blacksmith, Town quay
Hutchings Sophia (Mrs.), Coach & Horses, Broad street
Inland Revenue Office (Jas. Johnson, esq. collector; John Seldon, supervisor; John Davis, clerk; Joseph Grimes, second clerk ; William Charlick, storekeeper & inspector of corn returns), 46 St. Thomas street
Irvine Samuel, M.D., R.M. surgeon, 11 High street
Jacob Charles, tobacconist, 2 Barrack street
James Sarah (Mrs.), flagmaker, 77 Broad street
Jamison George John, watch & clock maker, 38 St. Mary st
Jeffery Isaac, grocer, 51 Penny street
Johnson Lucy (Mrs.), lodging house, 5 Keppel row
Joice Ann Elisabeth (Mrs.), lodging house, 25 Penny street



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