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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1847-48
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Seibert ——— watch maker, 100 Thames st

Seibert Andrew, laborer, 814 Bethel st

Seibold M. iiaker, 327 Saratoga st

Seidenstncker John B & Co. hardware dealers, 151 n Gay st.

Seidenstncker John B. 276 n Howard st

Seidenstncker Fredk. & Son, tobacconists, 27 C. Market space

Seiders Henry F. grocer, 66 s Eutaw st

Seigel David, clothier, 44 Centre Market space

Seigler A. laborer. Cambridge near Windsor st. Canton

Seimers John H. grocer, dw 17 Stiles st

Seip William C, tailor, 95 Pennsylvania avenue

Seipart G. ketch maker, 246 Bond st

Seipp Christopher, keeper of bar room, 107 Light st wharf

Seitz Charles, boot and shoemaker, 16 e Pratt st

Seitz G and A. Stockert, stone cutters, 133 Saratoga st

Seitz D. tavern keepers 140 Saratoga st

Seitz John, boot and shoemaker, 210 Broadway

Seitz John, cabinet maker and undertaker, 72 Thames at

Selby Mrs Rebecca, 95 s Howard st

Selby Mary Ann, milliner, 130 Hanover st

Seldner Abraham, clothier, 56 Centre Market space

Sellers Samuel, laborer, 111 Vine st

Selers Jacob, carpenter, 297 Saratoga st

Sellyer L. 159 n Exeter st

Selman Mrs Elizabeth, 59 Mulberry st

Selman J. C. dw 72 St. Paul st

Seltzer Jacob, butcher, Greenwillow st.

Seltzer Lewis, butcher, 25 Hoffman st

Seltzer Mrs Mary, 146 Pennsylvania avenue

Selvage William, keeper of livery stables, 20 Pleasant st

Selvage George, ladies' hair dresser, 54 Sharp st

Selvage William, coach smith, corner Pleasant and Calvert sts

Selvage Thomas, tavern keeper, 13 Swan st

Serner John, sawyer, 295 Monument st

Semore John, sawyer, 295 Monument st

Semus Henry, clerk, 87 Alhemarle st

Senal Michael F. manner, 60 Gough st

Sendorf Joseph, ladies' fancy and shoe store, 45 e Fayette st

Senft Henry, candle maker, 225 Mulberry st

Senft John, dairyman, 122 William st

Seninger Daniel, laborer, 270 Bond st

Sensney J ship smith, 27 Hillen st

Senter Stephen, baker, 58 Lexington st

Sepp Joseph, paver, 126 Stirling st

Sequin John F. tobacconist, 16 Baltimore st

Serley James E. teacher, 197 Ann st

Sermans Isaac, ship carp. Chester st. n of Canton ay. Canton

Servary Mrs. Mary, 84 Pennsylvania avenue

Servarv Peter, 125 n Paca st

Server Mrs. Ann, 217 Wolfe st

Server William H. morocco dresser, 135 Orleans st

Sessions Gersham, fisherman, 257 William st

Seth William G, dw 105 s High st

Setsensten Moses, peddler, 221 Wolfe st

Setten James, finisher, 16 York st

Settlemeyer Mrs. Margaret, 67 Buren st


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