Shops & Businesses in London Street (adverts)

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London St Allnatt Advert 1931London St Bailey Advert 1936London St Bevan Advert 1895London St Bloomfields Advert 2002

The following shops and businesses were advertising as London Street, Faringdon in the years stated. They help provide some of the evidence used to compile the full history on the main page: Shops & Businesses in London Street

ABEL EMANUEL, watch & clock maker, London Street, DG 1863,
ALLEN & HARRIS, estate agents, 3 London Street, FDS 1978, #3
ALLNATT A., milk, London St, FA 1931, #24
ANNE’S FASHION FABRICS, home dressmaking, 13 London Street, FDS 1978, #13
ANNS JOHN, gun and pistol maker; ironmonger and brazier, London Street, DG 1863, #8
ANNS THOMAS WILLIAM, ironmonger, London Street, KBD 1895, #8
ASHLEY CHARLES, (leather?) currier, London Street, DG 1863,
ASTON PINE,, 16/18 London Street, FCC 2006, #16-18
BAILEY BROS, furniture/drapery/shoes/pianos/etc, London Street, FA 1936, #2
BARKERS, newsagents, London Street, FCC 2006, #24
BAYLY SARAH (MRS.), stationery & fancy repos., London Street, KBD 1895,
BEESLEY MARY (MRS), berlin and fancy repository, London Street, DG 1863,
BELMONT HOUSE (was BEVAN’S), clothiers and hosiers, London St, FA 1927, #2
BEVAN CHARLES HENRY, hunting & livery boot maker & agent for Sutton & Co. carriers, London Street, KBD 1895. FA 1895/1897, #2
BLISSETT C. H., Groceries, London Street, FCP 1953, #77
BLOOMFIELDS, Arts & Crafts, 11 London Street, FF 2002, #11
BOND WILLIAM, boot and shoemaker, London Street, DG 1863,
BOOKER CLARK, Financial Services, 8 London Street, FF 1990, #8
BOUCHER THOMAS, beer retailer & carrier, London Street, KBD 1895,
BOWLER S.G. (Builders) Ltd,, 17 London St, FDS 1978, #8
BOWLER S.G. (Builders) Ltd,, 13a London Street, FF 1996/1999, #13a
BREATH OF SPRING, florist, 17 London St (later moved to 4a Market Place), FF 1991/1992. #17,
BURGE THOMAS HERBT., saddler; deputy regstr. of marriages, London Street, KBD 1895,
BURTWELL & DREW, vacuum cleaners/ radio/etc, 18a London St (also Coxwell St), FDS 1953 only, #18a
CANDIES, sweets/treats/cards, 6a London Street, FF 1990 #6. FCC 2006, #6a
CARIAD BRIDAL WEAR AND HIRE,, 3 London Street, FCC 2006, #3
CARTER DAVID, grocer, London Street, DG 1863,
CHAMBERLAIN & SON, grocers & agents for W. & A. Gilbey Limited. wine & spirit merchants, London Street, FA 1893. KBD 1895, #10
CHAMBERLAIN THOMAS, grocer, London Street, DG 1863, #10
CHAMBERLAIN’S, grocer, London St, FA 1931, #10
CHURCH CHAS. (MRS.), coal mer. also at Railway Stn, London Street, KBD 1895,
CLARKE WILLIAM SHAW, Folly P.H., London Street, KBD 1895, #54
COMLEY’S, House Furnishers, London Street, FDS 1949. FCP 1953, #13-15
COOK W.H., chemist, London St, FA 1908,
COOPER JAMES, joiner & beer retailer, London Street, KBD 1895,
COUNTY DRY CLEANERS,, 4a London Street, FF 1989-1995. FCC 2006, #4a
CRIPPS JOHN, George, London Street, DG 1863,
CURTAINS PLUS,, 3b London Street (Moved to Foundry Lane next to #16 Marlborough St. by 2006), FF 1989/1999, #3
DAVID PITT’S SUPERMARKET, Groceries/pens/watches/radios, 13-15 London St., FV 1972/1973, #13 only later
DAVIS D.I.Y. Ltd.,, 13-17 London Street, FDS 1987/1988/1989/1996. FF 1999. FCC 2006, #13-17
DAVIS JOHN, boot and shoemaker, London Street, DG 1863,
DEACON CHARLES ROBERT, saddler and harness maker, London Street, DG 1863,
DEACON JOSEPH, Wheat Sheaf Commercial Inn, London Street, DG 1863,
FARINGDON ADVERTISER & VALE OF WHITE HORSE GAZETTE, (Luker & co. publishers; published sat.), London Street, KBD 1895, #4
FARINGDON CYCLE CENTRE,, 17 London Street, FF 1989, #17
FARINGDON GALLERIES, English furniture, 79 London Street, FV 1972, #79
FARINGDON GAS LIGHT & COKE CO., (Wm. Noad sec.) – offices, London Street, KBD 1895,
FARINGDON TRAVEL, travel agent, 3 London Street, FV 1973, #3
FEWINGS JN. ANNELY, sec. to cemetery trustees, London Street, KBD 1895,
FLETCHER N.H., bakery, London St, FA 1937, #41
FOLLY FLOWERS,, 8 London Street, FCC 2006, #8
FORTY JOHN, Royal Oak, London Street, DG 1863,
FRANK THAIR, shoes, London St, FDS 1952,
GODFREY DENNIS, marble & stonemason, London Street, DG 1863,
GREENWOOD J.A., grocer,, FA 1926, #77
GRIMES MARY (MRS.), dressmaker, London Street, KBD 1895,
HAINES ERNEST EDWARD, assistant clerk to the commissioners of taxes, London Street, KBD 1895,
HAINES GEORGE JAMES, solicitor; commissioner to administer oaths; perpetual commissioner; clerk to guardians & assessment & school attendance committees; rural district council to the Thames Valley Drainage Board No. 3 district; commissioners of taxes & to the Baulking School board; supt. registrar & joint secretary Faringdon Corn Exchange Co., London Street, DG 1863. KBD 1895,
HAINES PERCIVAL, clerk to the trustees of Unton’s charity, London Street, KBD 1895,
HEALING J.E., furniture/ironmongery/contents to be sold by auction, London Street, FA 1908,
HEATH WILLIAM, refreshment rooms, London Street, KBD 1895,
HEAVENS GEORGE, boot & shoemaker, London Street, DG 1863,
HEAVENS THOMAS, Star & shopkeeper, London Street, DG 1863,
HEAVENS WILLIAM, beer retailer, London Street, DG 1863,
HEDGES CHARLES,” tailor, woollen draper, and mercer”, London Street, DG 1863,
HEDGES GEORGE, baker, London Street, KBD 1895,
HEDGES HENRY JAMES, tailor, London Street, DG 1863. KBD 1895,
HEDGES MISSES, berlin and fancy repository, London Street, DG 1863,
HIGGS ALFRED ISAAC, shopkeeper, London Street, KBD 1895,
HIGNELL E., toy shop, London St, FA 1919/1932/1937, #20
HOWARD AND ROBERTS, milliners, London Street, DG 1863,
HOWELL MR, academy, London Street, DG 1863,
HUGHES ROBERT, plumber & painter, London Street, KBD 1895,
HUGHES WILLIAM JAMES, butcher, London Street, KBD 1895,
HUXLEY W.S., cycle shop,, FA 1934/1936, #3
HUXLEY’S OF FARINGDON, bicycles/toys/prams, London Street, FDS 1949/1953. FCP 1953, #3
IBSON SUPERSTORE, Watches/Paint/Food/Oil, London Street, FDS/FF 1973,
JAMES SARAH (MRS), farmer, London Street, DG 1863,
JEFFERIES ERNEST EDWARD, hairdresser, London Street, KBD 1895,
JEFFERIES HENRY, dairyman, London Street, DG 1863,
JEFFERIES JAMES, poulterer & fishmonger, London Street, DG 1863,
JOHN MAXWELL, Health & Beauty Studio, London Street, FF 1992/1994/1995. FDS 1987/1988/1989/1993-94/2002. FCC 2006, #2
JOYNER HENRY, boarding & day school, London Road, DG 1863,
JUDD GEORGE, boot and shoemaker, London Street, DG 1863,
KERLEY NOAH, carpenter, London Street, DG 1863,
KIGHT MRS., apartments, London Street, KBD 1895,
LA CHAISE ANTIQUE, Furnishing fabrics/Blinds, London Street, FV 1972/1973. FDS 1978, #30a
LANE CHARLES, ironmonger, London Street, DG 1863. KBD 1895,
LAVINGTON FREDERICK, Marlborough Arms P.H. & basket maker, London Street, KBD 1895,
LET’S HAGGLE (became TRES RIOS in 1995), South American clothing, 2 London Street (part of John Maxwell), FF 1994, #2
LONDON CENTRAL MEAT CO., butchers, London St, FA 1907,
LONDON STREET BARBERS,, 28a London Street, FCC 2006, #28a
LOOKER MARIA (MRS.), toy dealer, London Street, KBD 1895,
LOVERIDGE THORNAL POTTER, chemist, London Street, KBD 1895. FA 1891/1893/1894,
LUKER & CO.,” booksellers; stationers; printers; proprietors & publishers of the “”Faringdon Advertiser & Vale of White Horse Gazette”””, London Street, DG 1863. KBD 1895. FA 1887/1891/1893/1897/1902-1904/1907-1909, #4
LUKER CHARLES & CO, stationers & Advertiser Office, London Street, FA 1914/1915/1916/1919/1925/1931, #4
LUKER JANE (MRS), plumber; painter and glazier, London Street, DG 1863,
LUKER JOHN, builder, London Street, DG 1863,
MANDY’S, Pet Supplies & Gifts, 11 London Street, FCC 2006, #11
MANTELL GEORGE HOULSTON, surgeon, London Street, DG 1863,
MCDONALD WILLIAM, travelling draper, London Street, KBD 1895,
MILWARD D.H. (late OBOURN), shoes, London St, FA 1931/1932, #21 or 2?
MING’S GARDEN, Chinese food, 28 London St, FV 1972, #28
MOIR JOHN MALCOMSON, Wheatsheaf P.H., London Street, KBD 1895,
MOYNES (C.G. Poynter & G.W. Trembling), hardware, London St, FV 1972/1973, #6
MOYNES E.J., ironmongers,, FA 1937, #13-15?
MOYNES E.J., general ironmongers, London Street, FDS 1949/1978. FCP 1953.,
MOYNES E.J., general ironmongers, 6 London Street, FDS 1984/1985/1987 (moved to 10 Marlborough St 1988), #6
MULCOCK ANN (MISS), straw bonnet maker, London Street, DG 1863,
MULCOCK CHAS, boot and shoemaker, London Street, DG 1863,
NEWMAN WILLIAM, bacon curer, London Street, DG 1863,
NOAD WILLIAM, registrar of births & deaths for Faringdon sub-district; sec. to the Gas Light & Coke Co. Lim. Clerk to the Faringdon Corn Exchange Co. Lim.; Assistant overseer; school attendance officer & parish clerk, London Street, KBD 1895,
OBOURN I.V., ladies and gents hairdresser, London Street, FA 1937. FDS 1949. FCP 1953, #2 or 21?
OLIVER J.L., boots & shoes, London St, FA 1903/1904,
OWEN R.J., Pharmacy/dentist/photographer, London St, FA 1914/1915/1916,
PETER DOMINIC, Wines/Spirits and Beers, 10 London Street, FDS 1984/1985/1987, #10
PHILLIPS RACHAEL (MRS.), shopkeeper, London Street, KBD 1895,
PHYTHIAN ROBERT, veterinary surgeon, London Street, DG 1863,
PIGOTT JOHN, shoemaker, London Street, DG 1863,
POCOCK T.A. (late C.H.Bevan), boot stores,, FA 1902/1903, #2
POWELL WILLIAM, district surveyor to the Faringdon highway board, London Street, KBD 1895,
PRESENTATION, gifts, 6 London Street (also 36 Market Place), FF 2002. FCC 2006, #6
PUGH’S, fish and chips, London Street & Station Road, FCP 1953,
RAINBOW, fish and chips, 7 London Street, FCC 2006, #7
REASON SARAH (MRS), shopkeeper, London Street, DG 1863,
REASON WALTER, coal & coke merchant, London St, FA 1904,
RIGDEN’S STORES, cycles/prams/toys, London St, FA 1931/1932, #3
ROBERTS JAMES, boot maker, London Street, KBD 1895,
ROGERS JOHN, cycles, London St, FA 1919/1925/1926, #3
SANDWICH PHILLERS, cafe, 4B London Street, FCC 2006, #4b
SEABOURNE & ROSE (HIGNELL’S), Confectionery,, FCP 1953, #20
SHARLAND J.E., Fruit and Potato Merchant, London Street, FDS 1949,
SHEFFORDS, bakery since 1933, 9 London Street, FDS 1984/1985/1987. FCC 2006, #9
SHELTON SARAH (MRS.), boot & shoe warehouse, London Street, KBD 1895. FA 1893/1902/1907/1909/1915,
SHENTON J., teas/confectionery/tobacco/ices/minerals, London Street, FCP 1953, #6
SHIRLEY JAMES, national schoolmaster & deputy registrar of births & deaths for Faringdon sub-district, The Laurels London Road, KBD 1895,
SIMS J & L., Footware & repairs, London Street, FDS 1966/1970. FV 1972/1973, #2
SKINNER W. J., baker & confectioner, London Street (? Skinners Lane), FCP 1953,
SMITH CAROLINE (MRS), Folly House, London Street, DG 1863,
SMITH W. H. & SON, stationery, London Street, FCP 1953, #4a
SPENCER ELIZABETH MARTHA, boot & shoemaker, London Street, DG 1863,
SPIRELLA (Mrs Ruth White), individual corsetry service, Dunraven House 32 London Street, FCP 1953, #32
STACY ANN (MRS), provision dealer, London Street, DG 1863,
STAR ELECTRIC CO. (F.T.MORTON), Electrical Installations & Repairs; toys & cycles, 3 London Street, FDS 1966, #3
STEVENS, boots stores, London St, FA 1904/1907/1909, #2 (?)
SUDBURY HOUSE HOTEL,, London St., FF 1991,
SUTTON & CO., railway & general carriers (Charles Hy. Bevan agent), London Street, KBD 1895,
THAIR FRANK, shoes, London Street, FDS 1952. FCP 1953, #2 (?)
THE GIFTED MAGPIE, gifts, 6 London Street, FDS 2017-2019, #6
THE PET SHOP & REPTILE RANCH,, 12-14 London Street, FF 1996. FCC 2006, #12-14
THE TOY SHED, baby-goods, London Street, FF 1993,
THE VICEROY TANDOORI, restaurant, 19 London Street, FCC 2006, #19
THOMAS PERCY, furniture, London St, FA 1937, #13-15
THRESHERS WINE SHOP,, 10 London Street, FCC 2006, #10
TOMPKINS THOMAS, shopkeeper & insur. agt., London Street, KBD 1895,
TRES RIOS (formerly LET’S HAGGLE 1994), South American clothing, 2 London Street (part of John Maxwell), FF 1995, #2
WALKER WILLIAM HENRY, boot maker, London Street, KBD 1895,
WALTERS W.D., high class dentistry, at Owen’s Pharmacy London St, FA 1914/1915/1916,
WELLS JAS., saddler & harness maker, London Street, DG 1863,
WESTALL GEORGE STANLEY, shopkeeper, London Street, KBD 1895,
WHITE MARIA JANE (MISS), milliner, London Street, DG 1863,
WILLIAMS HENRY, grocer and dealer in British wines; registrar of marriages, London Street, DG 1863. KBD 1895,
WILLIAMS JOEL, tailor, London Street, DG 1863,
WILLIAMS WILLIAM, cabinet maker, London Street, DG 1863,
WOOD F.B., Bookseller/stationer/newsagent, 4 London St, FV 1972 #4. FDS 1983-87, #4a
WOODWARD A.L., boot repairer and dealer, London St, FA 1940/1941/1949. FDS 1949,
WORTHY Mrs J. B., Agent for Bolloms Of Bristol/Dyeing/Dry Cleaning, London Street (opposite Chamberlains), FCP 1953, #7 or 9?
YATES T. & Son, cycles/toys/gramophones, London St (moved from Southampton St), FA 1914, #3
YOUNG R., Gent’s hairdresser, 28a London Street, FV 1972, #28a

Media Key: FA = Faringdon Advertiser; FDS = Faringdon Dramatic Society; FV = Faringdon Venture; FF = Faringdon Folly; DG = Directory & Gazetteer of Oxon, Berks & Bucks (Dutton, Allen & Co. 1863); KBD = Kelly’s Berkshire Directory 1895; FCP = Faringdon Coronation Celebrations Programme 1953; FCC = Faringdon Chamber of Commerce 2006.

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Researched by Ian Lee, December 2020.

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