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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1847-48
Volume 525, Page 399   View pdf image (33K)
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OWE to PIG Colored Houeholders. 399

Owens Richard, drayman, 19i s Eutaw st
Owens Etten, washer, 81 Perry st
Owens Hester, washer, 25 Douglass st

PAGE Cyrus, 49 s Caroline st
Palassios C. A. barber, 35 Centre Market space
Palmer William, brick maker, 21 Welcome alley
Parker James, 60 Pierce st
Parker Daniel, laborer, 80 Jasper st
Parker Hugh, whitewasher, corner Run alley and Faye'
Parker William, laborer, 11 Run alley
Parker Julia A. washer, 78 Conway st
Parker Mr. 41 Tyson st
Parker Ann, whitewasher, 115 Spring st
Parker Charles, stevadore, 218 Bethel st
Parks William, sawyer, 146 Low st
Parks Rebecca, 18 Tyson st
Paschal Alexander, paper carrier, 31 Jefferson st
Paschal Peter M. engineer and fireman, 31 Jefferson st
Patterson William, sawyer, 138 Dallas st
Patterson Joshua, sawyer, 141 s Caroline st
Payne Philip, carpenter, 13 Johnson st
Peach Charles, laborer, 85 Stirling st
Peach Samuel, grain measurer, 243 s Charles st
Peach William, brickmaker, 18 Guilford alley
Peach Joseph, laborer, 25 Perry st
Peck Lewis, barber, 168 Forrest st
Peck Levin, laborer, 54 Sugar alley
Peck Nathaniel, whitewasher, 7 Bath st
Peck Henry, foundryman, Clinton st. n of Boston, Canton
Peel Hannah, alley between Preston and Union sts
Pennin John, whrtewasher, 147 Fremont st
Pennington Richard, brick maker, 118 L. Hughes st
Pepper Peter, fireman, 82 Salisbury st
Perkins Emory, grain measurer, 58 Hill st
Perkins Washington, grain measurer, 22 Cross st
Perry Charles, 36 Wayne st
Perry Mrs. Fanny, washer, 171 Happy alley
Peters Rosetta, 86 East st

Peters Polly, alley s from Bath st. between Davis and North sts
Peterson Henry, tavern keeper, 263 Broadway
Phillips Samuel, carter, 30 St. Mary st
Phillips Charlotte, seamstress, 53 East st
Phillips Briscoe, slevadore, 4 Short alley
Phillips James, carter, 25 Bond st
Phillips James, caulker, 177 Happy alley
Phillips Levin, laborer, 42 Argyle alley
Phillips T. washer, 223 Canton avenue
Phillips Edward, tobacconist, 4 Jew alley
Pie James, laborer, N alley, near Barre st
Piecraft Elijah, found ry man, 259 Happy alley
Pierce Joseph, laborer, 100 Happy alley
Pierce James, laborer, 45 Richmond st
Pierce Perry, laborer, 24 Sugar alley
Pierce —— laborer/ 106 s Caroline st
Piggot Abraham, laborer, 27 Sugar alley


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