This is the smallest shop in the street, but there was a sizeable yard behind, making the premises convenient for combined occupation: a small trade fronting the street, and some form of workshop behind.
- BUILDER Thomas Berrill 1868
- IRONMONGER Jasper Plowman 1870
- FARRIER George Palmer 1870
- UNDERTAKER Charles Wilcox 1875
Given the high mortality rate, there was probably no shortage of business. People generally died at home. The undertaker would visit and measure the body, then arrive a few days later with the coffin and horse-driven hearse to conduct the funeral.
- BUILDERS Thos.R. Berrill & Son 1885
- BOOTMAKER Charles Kettle 1890
- BICYCLE MAKER George Smith 1895
From about 1890 bicycles were becoming very popular, though they were not cheap. Women cycled also; Amelia Bloomer invented her eponymous garment in the 1850s.
- TAILOR Israel Honigman 1900
- CAB PROPRIETORS Heignev & Martin 1900
- COACH BUILDER Henry James 1900
- BOOTMAKERS Herbert Slater & co.1910
- COACH BUILDER Charles Connolly 1910
- CAR BATTERY ASSEMBLY SERVICE A. Deubelbeiss 1920-80
- ANTIQUES 1994
Sometime in the mid-1990s the area behind became ‘Mayfair Mews’. There are now four private homes there.
- FLORIST Fitzroy’s 1993 – present