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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1837
Volume 489, Page 284   View pdf image (33K)
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SHR Matchett's Baltimore

Shillingberg Harman, cabinet maker, Lee st e of Charles
Shingle Conrad, labourer, Charles st s of Hill
Shinnick Jacob, ship joiner, Alice Anna st near Argyle al
Shinningham Peter, rigger, 23 Shakspeare st
Shipley & May, carpenters, cor Franklin and Pearl sts
Shipley Zachariah, carpenter, s e cor Cove and Saratoga sts
Shipley Wm. B. watchman, Cove st s of Pratt
Shipley Washington, carter, cor Franklin and Pearl Sts
Shipley Loveless, Pierce st e of Pine
Shipley Peter, carter, Chesnut al w of Pine st
Shipley Wm. H. mt. cor Eutaw &, Lexington sts dw Saratoga
Shipley Saml. C. bricklayer, Holland st extended [e of Green
Shipley & Eichelberger, mt. tailors, 10 Light st
Shirk James, Franklin si dw cor Monument and Howard
Shlasengar Bennett, dry goods store, 50 Harrison st
Shock Lawrence, cordwainer, Lee st s of Charles
Shock mrs Martha, Sliles st 1 door n of Gough
Shock George, carpenter, Pitt st w of Market
Shock Henry, watchman, Harford avenue
Shock Charlotte, shopkeeper, 23 Water st
Shockney Samuel, tailor, 170 n Gay st
Shoemaker ——, widow, Sharp st s of Conway
Shoeman Henry, ship carpenter, Light st near Hill
Shol Louis, stone cutter, Shakspeare st 1 door e of Bond
Sholmeyer Francis, upholsterer, 9 Liberty st
Sholes Thomas C. upholsterer, 146 Baltimore st up stairs
Sholtz Charles, tailor, 2 Grant st
Shorn mrs Ann, Strawberry al s of Pratt st
Shoor 1. brickmaker, cor Charles st and Williams
Short Andrew, 111 n Howard st
Short Susan, widow, 25 Bank lane
Short ——, widow, Barre st e of Howard
++Shortel Harry, labourer, Bath st e of North
Shorter Charles, ship carpenter, Spring st s of Baltimore
Shot Towers, see page 28

Shott Priscilla, Fleet st near Strawberry alley
Shotten John, butcher, Eden st n of Pitt
Shotts Daniel, grocer, Eden st n of Baltimore
Showacre John, coachrnaker, Paca st w of Lunn's lane
Showacre John, dw Paca st near 3 tons tavern
Shreck mrs Elizabeth, Star al near Gough st
Shreck Margaret, sempstress, 105 Aisquith st
Shreck G. W. &, J. comb makers, 1 e Baltimore st
Shreck G. W, of above firm, dw 97 Aisquith st
Shreck J. of above firm, 95 Aisquith st
Shreeves Joshua, cordwainer, Sterling st near Monument
Shriock miss Sarah, Pitt st 3 doors e of Aisquith
Shriver George, tailor, cor Aisquith and Orleans sts
Shroeder John, shoe store, Balto, st dw Exeter near Salisbury


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