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Jones's butcher's shop

Jones's butcher's shop Jones's butcher's shop
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Jones's butchers shop, grade II listed building.
Timber framed & weatherboarded former village butchers shop, probably late 18th C. The business was established by the Jones family in 1750 and survived until the 1970s.
Waltham Forest Heritage

Site: Jones's butcher's shop (1 memorial)

E17, Wood Street, 78

This is Walthamstow not Walmington-on-Sea!

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Jones's butcher's shop

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Jones's butcher's shop

Family business that survived until the 1970s. This photograph was taken in 1...

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Jones's butcher's shop

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Waltham Forest Council

Formed in 1965 from the joining of Chingford, Leyton and Walthamstow.

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