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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1837
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MOT Matchett's Baltimore

Morrison miss Delia, sempstress, East st near French

Morrison mrs Mary Ann, mantua maker, Hillen st w of Ensor

Morrison John, blacksmith, Hillen st near East

Morrison Henry, labourer, Welcome alley w of Sharp st

Morrison Priscilla, sempstress, East st n of Douglass

Morrison Hugh, jr. hatter, 54 n High, st

Morrison James, cordwainer, 64 n Front st

Morrison William, carpenter, 10 Commerce st

++Morrison Patience, washer, Hill st e of Sharp

Morrow Andrew, grocer, s w cor Argyle alley and Fleet st

Morrow William, grocer, Sterling st near Maddison

Morrow John, boot and shoe manufacturer, 60 C. Market space

Morrow Margaret, Montgomery st e of Light

Morrow John, weaver, cor Mulberry and Poppleton sts

Morrow Patrick, weaver, Cove st s of Sarah Ann

Morrow Isaac, collector, Franklin st e of Chatsworth

Morrow Samuel, weaver, Pierce st w of Chats worth

Morrow William, weaver, Preston st s of Ross

Morrow John, weaver, Preston st s of Ross

Morrow Robert, carpenter, Howard st s of Madison

Morrow John, carpenter, Lee st w of Hanover

Morrow Joseph, watchman, 19 Caroline st

Morse William L. harness maker, 23 Franklin st

Morse mrs Sarah, tavern, s e cor Swan st and C. Market space

Morsel Peter, labourer, Johnson st near Cross

Mortimer, mrs. cor Bishop's lane and Stiles st

Mortimer John, Park st n of Mulberry

Mortimer and Mowbray, variety store, 116 & 180 Baltimore st

Mortimer Charles Fredk. labourer, Crook's Row Monument st

Mortimer John, Custom House, dw 14 Hollins st

Morton John B. clerk, Paca st. w of Lunn's alley

Morton Geo. C. Monument st. e of Park, counting room, S6 s Gay

Morton Patrick, iron founder, Sugar alley w of Light si

Morton Justus, potter, Washington st s of Wilk

Morton mrs Jane, 60 Ann st

Morton mrs Ann Jane, Canal st near Gough

Morton John, grocer, 100 Dugan's wharf

Moser Godfrey, baker, Wilk st w of Ann

Moses Isaac, clothing store, Ensor st near Potter

Mosher William, Pleasant st

Mosher Col. James, surveyor of port of Baltimore, dw Fayette

st near St. Paul's st

Mosho Christian, segar maker, 106 Eutaw st
Moss David, ship builder, Ann st w of Alice Anna
++Moss Cinthia, Spring st s of Pratt

+Moss Polly, washer, 23 Potter st
Mott William, labourer. Sugar alley w of Light st
Mott mrs Rachel M. 8 e Baltimore st
Mottis John, painter, and Hazier, 53 Centre Market Space


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