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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1847-48
Volume 525, Page 69   View pdf image (33K)
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Coaker Michael, Light st. near Hamburg
Coakley P. H. broker, 83 Lombard st. dw 71 n Para
Coale William, hatter, 140 n High st
Coale Jeremiah, dw 166 n Howard st
Coale E. H. dry goods dealer, 64 Lexington st
Coartes James, butcher, rear of 487 Saratoga st
Coarts Mrs. Mary, 162 Fremont st
Coarts Georgerlaborer, 160 Fremont st
Coarts William, engineer, 413 w Lombard st
Coates & Glenn, lumber merchants, corner Pratt and Green sts
Coates John, dw 123 Conway st
Coath & Sargeant, proprietors 4th Ward Hotel and Gunner's
Hall, 44 e Lombard st
Coath William, ale house, 164 e Baltimore st. dw 166 do.
Coath John, tavern keeper, High st. 1 door s of Gay
Coats William E. painter, 296 n Eutaw st
Coats Ann, hair picker, 7 Hull lane
Coats Francis, grocer, 29 Grant St
Cobb Mrs Ruth, 125 Fayette st
Cobb Josiah, grocer, 31 n Liberty st
Coburn James, dry goods dealer, 23 n Gay st. and millinery and
fancy goods dealer, 20 Hanover st
Coburn Wiliam, bricklayer, 93 n Eden st
Coburn Stephen, laborer, 8 Elizzbeth st
Coburn Daniel, hackman, 230 Bond st
Coburn Winder, manner, 241 Bond st
Cochran David, manufacturer, 56 Preston st
Cochran Capt. John, e. Pratt st
Cochran William, 389 Lexmgton st
Cochran J. D. patern maker, 127 Madison st
Cochran —— 194 e Baltimore st
Cochran William, coach maker, 190 Aisquith st
Cochran J. E 187 Aisqtnth st
Cochran Mrs. L 108 Gough st
Cochran Cornehu-., grocer, 190 East st
Cochran Thomas J. carpenter, 171 Spring st
Cochran Francis S. corner Eutaw and Pratt sts
Cochran S. M attorney at law, 4 Courthouse lane
Cochran William, dairyman, 41 Centre st
Cochrane John, proprietor Pratt st iron foundry, 304 w Pratt st
Cockey Edward, proprietor of livery stables, 214 n Howard st
Cockey Dr. J. C. 2 s Exeter st
Cockey Dr J. Paul, 34 Atbemarle st
Cockey Joshua, justice of peace, 175 Louisiana st. dw 155 Park st
Cockey E. 149 n Front st
Cockey & Gimbrill, grocers and com. merchants, 59 s Calvert
Cockey John G. firm Cockey and Gambrill, dw 60 Camden st
Cockey Charles B. ship joiner, 94 Eastern avenue
Cockle Henry Walter, boat builder, 21 Hill at
Cocklin Marv, 87 Boyd st
Cockrill E. V. firm Stevens and Cock rill, 88 Barre st
Cockrill Dr, J. J. 73 Thames st
Cockrill Rebecca, 28 Philpot st
Cocks William, huckster, 237 Biddle St
Codd John, butcher, Hampstead hill
Codman Captain F. 205 n Howard st

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