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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1847-48
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Storm Ferdinand, glass blower, 4 Hughes st

Storm John, comb maker, 61 Camden st

Storp Dorothea, 189 German st

Story Mrs. Ane Anna 66 Let st

Slouch Andrew, grocer, 41 Lancaster st

Stouffer John, book keeper, 29 n Paca st

Stouffer Jacob, inspector of butter and lard, dw 32 Marion st

Stouffer Jacob, carpet weaver 23 Fawn st

Stourk John, cooper, 35 Philpot st

Stout Henry, attorney at law, 35 Fayette st

Stout Joseph, blacksmith, 480 w Lombard st

Stout Francis, paver, 147 Ance Anna st

Stover Albert, grocer, 74 n Exeter st

Stovic Henry, floret, 139 Park st

Stow Thomas, 63 s Charles st. steam saw mill, Uhler's alley

Stowell William, huckster, 110 Ross st

Stowman William, shoemaker, 13 Union st

Stowman Lewis, shoemaker, 149 n Eutaw st

Stradley William, fisherman, 81 Cross st

Stran James H. house, sign and ornamental painter, 4 n Eden st

Stran Mrs. Ann, 186 Bond st

Stran WiUiam H com mer. Bowly's wharf, dw 86 Gough st

Stran Ebenezer, accountant, 169 Canton avenue

Straney John, machinist, 299 Saratoga st

Straney Edward, steam boiler maker, 20 Rock St

Stratton Robert, baker, 56 1-2 n Howard st

Stratton E. N. 14 Lloyd st

Stratton E.W mer 243 Balt st. up stairs, dw 53 do

Slraus Henry, grocer, 150 s Caroline st

Straw William, laborer, 51 Mullikin st

Straup Peter, laborer, corner Fremont and Saratoga sts

Straus & Adler, fancy dry goods dealers, 57 Baltimore st

Slraus S. of firm, dw 57 Baltimore st

Straus & Brothers, groeers,253 Broadway

Strause Isaac, peddler, 218 Bond st

Streb Nicholas, wheelwright, 263 Ann st

Strebust William, shoemaker, 24 Grant st

Strebeck John, ship carpenter, 201 Ann st

Strech Samuel, tailor, 72 s Eden st

Street Thomas, bricklayer, 87 Fremont st

Street John C. grocer, 158 Forrest st. dw 43 Front st

Street William, bricklayer, 128 n Paca st

Street Abraham, carpenter, 471 w Lombard st

Street Corbm, bricklayer, 107 Hollins st

Street David, bricklayer, 51 Boyd st

Streets John, clerk Phil. Depot, dw 167 Hanover st

Streett T. Bull's Head Tavern, 130 n Front st

Streeter Mr. & Mrs. seminary for young ladies, 5 Courtland st

Strenael Lewis, shoemaker, 91 Pennsylvania avenue

Strep Nicholas, wheelwright, 61 Argyle alley

Stricker John, grocer, 52 Ross st

Strickfoot Joseph, laborer, 34 Preston st

Strickland Henry, ship joiner, 13 Argyle alley

Strivle George, grocer, 63 Aisquith st

Strobel John, tailor 682 w Baltimore st

Strobe! John P. 307 Bond st


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