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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1847-48
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Stitz Albert, tailor, 4& s Entaw st

Stock Board Office Bait. 12 and 13 Franklin Buildings, North st

Stoeket Emanael, police officer, 7 s Canal st

Stockman Frederick, 177 Washington st

Stivers Christopher, cooper, 168 s Howard st

Stockbridge Jason, keep, of National Hold, 190 w Pratt st

Stockdale Thomas, laborer, 1 Booth st

Stockdale Thomas, hatter, 20 n Exeter st

Stockdale Miss M. fancy dress and habit maker, 20 n Exeter st

Stockton Thomas J. venitian Wind maker, L. Monument st bet,

Eutaw and St. Mary
Stockton Aaron, ship joiner, 153 Bank st
Stoeket Mr. carpenter, 212 Hoilins st
Stockley Capt. Jacob, 102 s Exeter st
Stocksdale N. clothier, 78 Centre Market space
Stoddar John, blacksmith, corner Lexington and Liberty sts.

dw 26 New Church st

Stoddard Nathaniel, carpenter, 166 Fremont st
Stoddard J. C. music teacher, 82 s Paca st
Stoddard William, keeper of South st Saloon, 54 South st
Stoddard J. B. 94 s Exeter st
Stoeser Matthias, shoemaker, Harmony lane, between Fremont

and Poppleton sts

Stogden John, machinist, e Centre st. near the bridge
Stokes Dr. W. H. 58 Saratoga st
Stokes R. 49 e Fayette st
Stokes Isaiah, millwright, 118 St. Paul St
Stokes Joseph, 68 Ensor st
Stokes William B. 63 Courtland st
Stoll Daniel, paver, 41 McHenrv st
Stolpp J. L. confectioner, 199 Fayette st
Stolpp Mrs. Jacob, tobacconist, 139 Low st
Stoma James, 16 n High st
Stone Joseph, bricklayer, 126 Fremont st
Stone J. E. painter, 10 n Paca st
Stone Samuel, mariner, 183 n Eden st
Stone John W. blacksmith, Abey alley
Stone M. 139 s Sharp st

Stone Mrs. Eliza, preceptress, 29 New Church st
Stone Seth, bricklayer, 67 North st
Stone Joseph, seaman, Cambridge st. near Windsor
Stonebraker Samuel, firm Newcomer and Slonebraker, flour

dealers, 50 and 52 s Howard st. dw 80 s Paca st
Stonebraker G. 46 Hanover st
Stopman Joseph, carpenter, 167 Canal st
Stoops A. boot and shoemaker, 75 Hanover st
Stopher Jacob, carpet weaver, 22 Fawn st
Storck A. turner, 152 East st
Storey Miss Ann, 187 Forrest st
Storfield Benjamin, clerk, 118 Hollins st
Stork Richard B. chair maker, 14 Ensor st. dw 91 do
Stork John, cooper, 35 Philpot st
Stork Mrs. preceptress, 91 Ensor st
Stork John, cabinet maker, 457 w Lombard st
Storm William, laborer, 58 Preston St
Storm Jeremiah, d w 4 s High st


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