Examples from the Web for east end
He comes from somewhere down the East-end or Whitechapel way.
They began when the hoppers were here last autumn, but some of those East-end ruffians seem to have settled in the neighborhood.The Uttermost Farthing|R. Austin Freeman
From a term in use among birdsingers at the East-end, by which they denote a certain style of note in chaffinches.The Slang Dictionary|John Camden Hotten
But month after month these pleasures were quietly put aside for his work in the East-end.Stray Studies from England and Italy|John Richard Greene
The East-End crowd sewed there, capped, veiled, aproned—and unapproachable.Half Portions|Edna Ferber