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Picadilly, MayFair

Name Number Trade Specialty Description Year
William Stewart 1 Tinplate worker & Brazier     *
Peter Wilson 6 Hosier     *
William Bourdillon 10 Grocer     *
Michael Downes 15 Undertaker     *
Edward Hughes 16 Colourman     *
Thomas Hawkes 17 Cap maker & Hatter     *
Rob. Walker 18 Wine & Brandy Merchant     *
George Walker 18 Wine & Brandy Merchant     *
James Bagster 20 Upholsterer     *
HThomas ewlett 22 Oil & Colourman     *
Edward Hall 25 Playing Card maker     *
John Newman 27 Goldsmith & Jeweller     *
Samuel Woolley 28 Hardwareman     *
Rich. Gimbert 37 Cork cutter to his Majesty     *
William Brown 40 Goldsmith & Jeweller     *
Peter Darlot 45 Wine & Brandy Merchant     *
William Caddick 46 Ironmonger     *
G. Whittingham 48 Grocer & Wax chandler     *
John Chew 49 Paper Warehouse     *
Henry Long 49 Bookseller & Stationer     *
Thomas Dobson 55 Linen draper     *
R. Needham 56 Silversmith     *
William & George Hatters Bicknell 57 Hosiers & Glovers     *
William Brookes 59 Wax & Tallow chandler     *
Glover & Sons 63 Upholsterers     *
Shaw & Robinson 65 Tea dealers     *
Nathaniel Jefferys 71 Goldsmith     *
Bywater & Fenwick 72 Spring Saddle makers     *
James Blakie 73 Hosier & Haberdasher     *
M. Godfrey 74 Grocer & Tea dealer     *
Pulteney Hotel 105 Hotel housed Russians during 1814 Peace celebration    
Grimwood: Hudson & Barritt 159 Seedsmen     *
J. Ordway 160 Turner & Toyman     *
R. Burnell 161 Haberdasher     *
F. Bedgrain 162 Linen draper & Milliner     *
John Cunningham 163 Hatter & Hosier     *
Mills & White 165 Oilmen     *
R. Sargent 167 Ironmonger & Cutler     *
J. Owen 168 Bookseller     *
Thomas Mason 169 Paper hanging Warehouse     *
James Mackay 171 Upholsterer     *
Mackay; Son & Co. 176 Oilmen     *
William Wilks 177 Linen draper     *
Grange & Gregory 178 Confectioners     *
John Debrett 179 Bookseller     *
Joseph Wood 181 Hatter & Hosier    Confusing; at this address in 1794, but sources mention Fortnum as always at 181 *
John Stockdale 181 Bookseller     *
Thomas Morgan 182 Haberdasher     *
Fortnum & Mason 181 Grocer Jams, canned goods, boned chicken, cereal, etc. Business boomed during Napoleonic Wars filling care packages for officers 1705
Swaine Adeney Brigg & Sons 185 Hunting Requisites hunting whips   1750-
Gregory James 186 Linen draper     *
Joseph Gerard 188 Turner to his Majesty     *
James Small 190 Cabinet maker     *
William Stewart 194 Bookseller & Stationer     *
Jessey Ramsden 199 Optician     *
Fyfe & Co. 201 Linen drapers & Haberdashers     *
John Garden 203 Army Accoutrement maker     *
Whitworth & Co. Linen drapers 205 Mercers & Hosiers     *
Rickards & Hill 210 Distillers     *
Thomas Boot 212 Tea dealer & Grocer     *
Thomas Pilson 214 Cabinet maker     *
John Forster 215 Coach & Harness maker     *
Gall & Smart 217 Distillers     *
Robson & Hale 218 Paper hanging Manufacturers     *
Robert Seagoe 219 Leather seller     *
Carco & Reynaud 221 Patent Hat makers     *
Eyre & Large 226 Upholsterers & Cabinet makers     *
George Healy 229 Tobacconist     *
John Ross 238 Whip maker to his Majesty     *
George Hornby   Wine & Brandy Merchant     *
Twigg & Bass   Gun makers     *
Warren & Son   Wine Merchants     *

Coventry street, at Picadilly street

Name Trade Number Description Year
Meeson Scholey Linen draper  *
Joseph Robson Haberdasher 2 *
Perigal & Browne Clock & Watchmakers 11 *
John Perigal Goldsmith & Jeweller 12 *
Thomas Faulding Linen draper 13 *
William Price Hatter & Hosier 15 *
George Goodwin Woolen draper 23 *
Thomas Wishart Tobacconist 24 *
Robert Gilson Army Agent 28 *
William Hooper Grocer & Tea dealer 42 *

Dover street, at Picadilly street

Name Trade Number Description Year
John Manton Gun maker 6 *
Thomas Seddon Cabinet maker 24 *
Rob. Chipchase & Son Upholsterers 39 *

Duke street, at Picadilly street

Name Trade Number Description Year
John Bennington Tinman 19 *
Martinnant Cotton & Co. Warehousemen 21 *
Charles Perron Perfumer 23 *
John Robinson Tunbridge Ware Repository 34 *

Glass house street, at Picadilly street

Name Trade Number Description Year
Richard Brookes Haberdasher & Hosier 18 *

Jermyn street, at Picadilly street

Name Trade Number Description Year
Howis & Co. Oilmen 20 *
Gledhill & Bell Warehousemen 50 *
Joseph Hickey junior Attorney 64 *

Mary-le-bon street, at Picadilly street

Name Trade Number Description Year
John Pawsey Grocer & Oilman 2 *
Warren & Rosser? Perfumers 5Also at 41 Cheapside*
Thomas Horn Hosier 14 *
Campbell & Son Cabinet makers & Upholsterers 33 *

Sackville street, at Picadilly street

Name Trade Number Description Year
Drummond & Lindsay Wine Merchants 10 *
John Archer Hatter & Hosier 20 *

Savile street, at Picadilly street

Name Trade Number Description Year
John Cleveland Esq. Agent 5 *
Sampson Hicks Tea dealer 22 *
William Thompson Importer of Mineral Waters   *
Richard Tonkins Turner   *

Shug lane, at Picadilly street

Name Trade Number Description Year
James Burgess Hatter & Hosier 1 *
Hendre & Son Wholesale Perfumers 13 *
William Dunn Hat maker 31 *

Swallow street, at Picadilly street

Name Trade Number Description Year
Edward Jenden Linen draper to his Majesty 61 *

Vine street, at Picadilly street

Name Trade Number Description Year
Brookman & Langdon Black Lead Pencil makers 5 *
Francis Grojan Attorney 15 *

* From Kent's Directory 1794


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