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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1847-48
Volume 525, Page 410   View pdf image (33K)
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410 Colored Householders. WAT to WHI

Waters Mary L. washer, 190 Eastern avenue
Watkins William jr. teacher, 114 Camden st

Watkins Lloyd, cooper, 128 s Eutaw st

Watkins John, laborer, 15 Dover st

Watkins J. boot and shoemaker, 115 Chestnut st

Watkins George, laborer, 16,Bath st

Watkins John, Gooseberry alley

Watson Daniel J. barber, 578 w Pratt st

Watts George, laborer, 58 Chestnut alley

Watts Samuel, barber, 125 w Lombard st

Watts Hetty, confectioner, 54 s Eutaw st

Watts Alexander, brickmaker, 85 Hill st

Watts Nelson, wood sawyer, 45 Sugar alley

Watts John, waiter, 172 Bethel st

Weaver William, laborer, Gooseberry alley near Fremont st
Weaver William, oyster shocker, O alley

Webb George, laborer, 60 Biddle alley

Webb William, laborer, 22 Welcome alley

Webb Harrison, school master, 14 Bath st

Webster Mrs. 130 North st

Webster Alien, sawyer, 36 Elbow lane

Webster Isaac, porter, 15 Hamilton st

Webster Joseph, carter, 83 Hill st

Webster Alien, laborer, 36 Perry st

Wedington Jeremiah, waiter, 2 Poppleton st

Weeks Isaac, laborer, 2 Lewis st

Weeks Jacob, laborer, 96 Madison st

Weeks George, drayman, 48 Chatsworth st

Weeks Caleb, mariner, 21 L. Hampstead st

Weeks Jeremiah, whitewasher, 6 Jew alley

Weeks Peter, laborer, 21 Ross st

Weeks Elizabeth, washer, 69 Perry st

Weller Philip, porter house, 11 Saratoga st

Wells George, sawyer, 121 Low st

Wells Mrs. Mary, 247 s Charles st

Welch Mrs. Market alley, between Eutaw & Greene sts

Welch Benjamin, laborer, 23 Chestnut alley

Welch William, drayman, 98 L. Hughes st

Werl Wm. H. barber, 2d door from corner Forrest and Gay sts

Wesley William, laborer, 60 St. Mary st

Wesley John, brick maker, 206 Hanover st

Wesley Mrs. Nancy, 52 Centre st

West George, blacksmith, Sarah Ann, near Chatsworth st

West Francis, 25 Hull lane

West Anthony, drayman, Union alley, bet. Run al. and Pearl st

West Otoway, barber, 7 Stirling st

West Emeline, washer, 49 Duglass st

West Isaac, hodman, 215 Happy alley

Weston Peter, hackman, 51 State st

Weye Philip, carter, 18 Argyle alley

Wheateler Levin, laborer, Forrest st. near East

Wheatley Levin, mariner, 111 Spring st

Wheatley Isabella, 222 Happy alley

Wheeler Serene, sempstress, 13 Marion st

Wheeler David, brick maker, 18 Sugar alley

Whipper J. boot black, 164 Tyson st


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