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Hitchcock Chronology: Salmon Lane, Limehouse, London

Entries in the Hitchcock Chronology relating to Salmon Lane, Limehouse, London...



  • The Strand magazine publishes an article about the Limehouse district of London, describing Salmon Lane as the "great market street of the district, which is densely packed from end to end with a Saturday marketing crowd. Here are soldiers and sailors in plenty, a few Lascars and Chinamen, Irish hawkers, and a sprinkling of foreign Jews."[1]



  • The July 1908 London Telephone Directory lists the Hitchcock family as now residing at 175 Salmon Lane, Limehouse, and contactable on telephone number East 3332.[2]



  • 5th - Ellen Kathleen Hitchcock marries licensed victualler Harry Lee, whose family runs the Copenhagen Tavern at 183 Salmon Lane, in a Roman Catholic ceremony at the Church of St Mary & St Michael, Lukin Street, East London. The couple have at least three children before Harry dies in 1924, aged only 31.


  1. The Strand (1905) - In Limehouse and the Isle of Dogs
  2. Telephone Directories