E Sherry's business starting in Bethnal Green grew bigger and headed east for more land along the river Lea.

One of the sites of timber trader E Sherry who in 1903 acquired a site at Stour Wharf at Old Ford, Fish Island later moving to site further up the river Lea to a site at Homerton Bridge in 1912 where they became known as the ‘Sherry’s of Homerton’.

Find out more about E Sherry here.

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Historic location

E Sherry had timber wharves at Homerton Bridge, Stour Wharf and later Barking.

You can find information about E Sherry at the archives of The Geffrye, Museum of the Home