Then the Market Place. No.2 Alfred Dennis – Pastrycook, Confectioner, Baker & General Grocer, Wedding, School & Sponge Cakes made to order; Maker of the celebrated pure digestive bread.(1893). No.4 PRINCE OF WALES PUBLIC HOUSE. Was a Beer House in the 1850's Dealer's Timothy Ineson (1855) Thomas Watson, also a Shoemaker (1857) William Thompson (1864) Thomas Catton (1867) got its license circa 1870's and closed in 1920's. Landlord's William Jones (1872) John Ashpole (1887). No.6 William Robert Drake – Butcher (1889). Robert Drake – Butcher (1893)
No.8 William Spaven – Tailor (1893)
No.10 George Hall – Stationer & Booksellers. (1889). Miss. Elizabeth Hall – Stationer (1913) Lancelot Murray – Stationer. (1925).
No.12 Joshua Massey – Naturalist (1893).
No.14 Dickinson & Clough – Boot Maker (1893) Fred Haynes – Hairdresser.(1901) James Simpson – Tailor (1905) Albert Chapman – Hairdresser (1909) William Lodge – Hairdresser (1921). No.18 CRITERION in 1858 was Merrick's Draper Shop, In 1860 Taylor's Wine & Spirit merchants and became an Inn circa 1880's and partly demolished in the 1930's for the making of Newgate. Landlord's William Peters (1887) Watson Harrison (1893) Enoch Fleming (1897) Frederick Henry Brookhouse (1905) Henry Edward Usher (1909) Thomas Potter (1913). Upstairs (1933) Chas. W. L. D. S. Hayton had a Dental Surgery, later Mr. E Elwess came into the partnership. The shop part was Chas. V. Berry – Pianoforte Tuner (1933) and later Mr. Maw – Furniture Dealer.
Mr. Henry Taylor's warehouse burnt down about 1866.
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