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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1847-48
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Turner J. J. feed dealer, dw 108 York avenue

Turner Francis, dw 30 Harford avenue

Turner Mrs. Elizabeth, 22 Jackson, st

Turner Mrs. 33 Stirling st

Turner Miss Mary D. fancy dry goods dealer, 17 e Baltimore St

Turner Thomas K. painter, 163 n Chesnut st

Turner & Mudge, paper dealers, 3 s Charles st

Turner S. E. dw 29 Courtiand st

Turner George, carpenter, 169 Hollins st

Turner James, shoemaker, 139 Conway st

Turner Joshua, fisherman, 9 West Falls avenue

Turner & Wilson, flour and feed dealers, 47 s Frederick st

Turner Robert, opposite Medical College, e Fayette st

Turner Henry G. silversmith, dw 297 Canton avenue

Turner William, huckster, 31 Grant st

Turner Mrs. Frances, 246 Canton avenue

Turner Joseph & Sons, lumber dealers, 102 Light st wharf

Turner Nathan, butcher 6 Bethel st

Turner John C. dw 170 Sharp st

Turner Joshua, laborer, 101 Tyson st

Turner Joseph, jr. dw 90 Hanover st

Turner Mrs. Sarah, 1 Mulberry st

Turney Michael, boot and shoemaker, 233 1-2 n Gay st

Turpin John, grocer, 101 n EJen st

Turpin Joshua, ladies' shoemaker, 96 Lexington st

Tustin J. D. clerk, boarding 6 n Calvert st

Tuttle Columbus, shoemaker, 19 n Greene st. dw 29 Union

Tuttle William N. printer, firm Bull and Tuttle, dw 61 Raborg

Tuttle John, printer, 18 New Church st

Tux worth David H. grocer, 46 Constitution st

Twadler Daniel, laborer, Harmony lane, w of Poppleton st

Tweedle John, china and glass mender, 484 w Baltimore st

Twigg Thomas, shoemaker, 106 Camden st

Tydings Charles, barber, 106 Franklin st

Tydings John, butcher, 81 Canal st

Tye Hammond, workman in brew house, 1 Dover st

Tye George, laborer, 1 Cross st

Tyler Sc Brothers, bakers, 63 e Pratt st. dw cor. High and Balt.

Tyler Mrs. Mary, keeper of boarding house, 92 Eastern avenue

Tyler George, shoemaker, 159 Lexington st

Tyler G. K. druggist, 42 e Baltimore st

Tyler Daniel M. 7 n High st

Tyler Solomon, mariner, 167 Light st

Tyler George, mariner, 65 Bank st

Tyler George, ship carpenter, 95 Lancaster st

Type and stereotype Foundry, Baltimore Fielding Lucas, jr. pro-
prietor, Bank lane

Type stereo foundry, Wm. Hope proprietor, Mercer st

Tyson Dr. James L. 210 n Howard st

Tyson Jonathan, inspector of plaister, 239 Fayette St

Tyson W. B. 276 Lombard st. near Greene, dw 108 s Paca st

Tyson Charles, 163 Park st

Tyson Isaac, oar founder, 173 w Lombard St

Tyson William B, & Co. 47 Light st

Tyson Isaac jr. prop. Balt. Chrome Works, corner Muller and
Block sts


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