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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1837
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Director for 1837. CUN

Crouch David, Light st s of Hill

Crouch Wm 3 New Church st

Crough Dennis, grocer, 19 Granby st

Croule Mrs. opp Lexington e of Paca st

Crouse Weaver, Granby w of Albemarle

Crow Thomas, Shoemaker, Eden s of Jefferson

Crow Ezekiel, shoemaker, cor. East st and Half moon alley

Croxall and Browning, patent cordage makers, 69 Bowly's whf

Croxall Richard, dw. Franklin w of Charles

Croz er Mrs. Ann Maria, Pinckney e of Bond

Crumrner E. A. lime and feed store cor Monument and Aisquith

Crumminner Mary, German st. w of Howard

+Crump J. Shoemaker, Happy Alley s of Fleet st

Cms Henry, Tobacconist, Hampstead e of Eden

Cruse, Geo. Shoemaker, 8 Alice Anna st

Cruse Geo. s e cor Alice Annast and Strawberry alley

Cruse Isaac, clerk in Cohen's Bank, Paca st s of Mulberry

Crusen Isaiah, merchant, dw Lombard e of Hanover

Cryer capt James, Mariner, Pat w o Eden

Cuddy Lawson, cordwainer, Franklin w of Chatsworth

Cudlipp Benj. Dyer, 44 Harrison st.

Cugle John, merchant dw Liberty n of Marion st

Culley Robert, ship carpenter, Light s of Hill

Culley Langley B. ship c«irpenter, Quay Alley near Williams

st dw Light s of York st

Cullen Mrs. Mary, cupper and leecher, Bond st s of Baltimore
Cullimore James, tin and sheet iron worker, 111 Bond st
Culling Edward, paver, Wilk st w of President
Cullison Morrill, pilot, Alice Anna w of Ann
Culver Elizabeth, seamstress, East n of Douglass
Culverson Elizabeth, Hampstead Hill

Cummin Mrs Jane, teacher, York av [Bond st
Cummins Alexander, boat builder, 34 Thames st shop end of
Cummins Mrs. Mary, Dairy, Ann n of Gough st
Cummins John, tailor, Ann n of Gough st
Cummins Mrs. boarding house, 41 South st
Cummins Alexander, weaver, Pierce st. w of Chatsworth
Cummins Margaret, tailoress, Chamberlain al s side
Cummins John, carpenter, Caroline w of Orleans st
Cummins,———milkman, Philad Road
+Cummins James, Bank st s of Ann
+Cummins Simon, waiter, Forest s of Douglass
+Cummins Enoch, waterman, Apple alley n of Fleet st
Cummings Lyman, confectioner, n Gay near Engine House
Cummings Jas. cordwainer, e Water e of Exeter st
Cunningham Mrs. B. M. M'Elderry's wharf 1 door s of Pratt st
Cunningham John, waterman, M'Elderry's wharf s of Pratt st
Cunningham Mortimer, grocer, 79 M'Elderry's wharf
Cunningham Hugh, stage keeper, 29 Lombard st


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