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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1827
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+Trusty George, labourer, Barre, N side near Charles
Tucker Jno. whitesmith and bell hanger, N Gay, W side
near the bridge
Tucker Wm. A sea capt Lexington, N side E of Charles
Tucker James, cordwainer, 96 N High
Tqcker Wm shoe factor, 90 Bond
Tucker mr cordwainer, Hull's lane, N side near Aisquith st
Tucker H rope maker, William, E side S of Cross
Tucker Saml, carpenter 96 N Exeter
Tucker Elisha, painter, Thames, N side E of Market
Tucker Joseph, dry goods merchant, 18 centre market
Tudor Mary, 96 Bond
Tudor Thomas, carpenter, Franklin, S side W of Pine
++Tull Edwd. labourer, Washington, S of Wilk
Tumbleby mrs Elizabeth, East, near Ensor
+Tumbleson E. Park lane, W of Pine st
Tumbleson Wm. boat builder, dw Peace al
Tunally Thomas, tailor, 64 W Pratt
Turnbull Doctor, office 3 Park
Turnbull misses female academists, N Charles, E side near
Turner Wm. tanner. Pine, extended, near Biddle
Turner Isaac, victualler, NW comer of Bank and Bond
Turner Joseph jr.. lumber merchant Light st whf between
Barre and Conway, dw S Charles, E side S of Conway
Turner Jacob, hack driver, Camden lane, opposite the
Turner mrs Elizabeth, Fisher's row, between Baltimore
and Pitt
Turner Joshua, grocery, lime and feed store, 30 E Pratt, dw
58 N Gay late Bridge
Turner John, carder, 187 French
Turner mrs. Wolf W side, N of Allisanna
Turner Joshua, watchman, Baltimore between Fine and
Turner Caleb, shipwright, 54 Fleet
Turner Caleb, victualler, Light extended
Turner John, sea captain, Caroline E side near Fleet
Turner Henry, victualler, Holland N side, E of Aisquith
Turner John, weaver, Harford Run E side, N of Pitt
Turner Nathan, tailor, Bayard N side E of Bond
Turner Joshua, labourer, 9 Hughes st
Turner Charles, carpenter, Mulberry S side, E of Pine
+Turner Wm. scowman, Sugar alley W of Light st
Tweedle John, reed maker, S Eutaw extended
Twigg Th. cordwainer, Happy alley, E side N of Lanaster

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