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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1847-48
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Waterworth Samuel, turner, 498 Saratoga st

Watkins Manson, boarding house, 91 McElderry's wharf

Watkins Mrs. Susan, 149 Ann st

Watkins Evan, edge tool maker, 99 n Eutaw st

Watkins, Dungan & Rust, boot and shoe dealers, 233 w Balto. st

Watkins Thomas C. dw 82 Lee st

Watkins Thomas, dry goods dealer, 66 Hanover st

Watkins L. J. & Co. dry goods dealers, 184 w Pratt st

Watkins Lewis, 299 w Pratt st

Watkins & Co. s w cor. Hanover and Pratt sts

Watkins Mrs. Elizabeth, dress maker, 43 Marion st

Watkins William B. ladies' shoemaker, 96 Saratoga st

Watkins William, tailor, 123 Fremont st

Watkins Archibald, shoemaker, 221 Con way st

Watkins John, shoemaker, 37 Burgundy alley

Watkins G. boot and shoemaker, 115 Chestnut st

Watkins Noble G. painter, 83 Burgundy alley

Watkins A. W. dw 165 Hanover st

Watson William J. boot and shoemaker, 2 n Calvert st

Watson Charles, carpenter, 165 n Paca st

Watson Thomas, 657 w Baltimore st

Watson James, wire worker, 62 s Calvert st. dw 54 s Paca st

Watson William, carter, 153 Holliday st

Watson Mrs. Eliza, 129 Forrest st

Watson G. W. boot and shoemaker, 18 Ensor st

Watson Mrs. A. dress maker, 8 n Exeter st

Watson John, shoemaker, 81 n Exeter st

Watson Henry R. hat and cap dealer, 14 1-2 Centre Market sp.

Watson Mrs, Jane, 16 Lombard st

Watson Edward, laborer, 59 York St

Watson Mrs. William H. 164 e Pratt st

Watson Frederick, keeper of Columbia House, 300 Bond st

Watson William, chandler, 61 Eastern avenue

Watson Thomas, manner, 237 Eastern avenue

Watson J. & R. grocers and liquor dealers, 168 Eastern avenue

Watson Hugh, painter, 53 Block st

Watson —— chair maker, 202 Gough st

Watson William, boot and shoemaker, 39 Low St

Watterman Joseph, peddler, 61 French st

Wattles Jas. L. portrait painter, 3 Hoffman st. dw 107 Biddle st

Watt Thomas S. H, saddler, &c. 30 Ensor st

Watts P. A. ship chandler, 60 South st. Bowly's wharf, dw 78 s

Eden st

Watts C. D. pilot, 280 Eastern avenue
Watts Mrs. Cecelia, George st
Watts Nathaniel, laborer, 158 Pennsylvania avenue
Watts Julia, 12 Warner st

Watts Capt, F. manner, 173 e Fayette st
Watts Charles. R. carpenter, 121 Canal st
Watts James, stone mason, Harford avenue
Watts William, 122 Orleans st
Watts Samuel, barber, 125 w Lombard st
Watts Reuben, engineer, 153 Hollins st
Watts Alien, 155 Holiins st

Watts George, chemist, 32 Columbia st
Watts William, laborer, 108 Conway st


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