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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1847-48
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Cromwell Joshua, sail maker, Corner's whf. dw 271 Ann st
Cromwell Thomas, cabinet and chair maker, 58 Thames st
Cromwell Levi, blacksmith, 261 Ann st
Cronbarch George, peddler, 207 Happy alley
Crone Robert, barber, 5 Pratt st
Croney John W. ladies' shoemaker, corner Broadway and Eas-
tern avenue
Cronin Patrick M. tailor, 35 1-2 German st
Cronin John, blacksmith, Booth near Schroeder st
Crook Joseph, cabinet maker, 376 Saiatoga st
Crook Walter, jr. upholsterer & paper hanger, 220 Balto. st
dw 10 Barnet st
Crook Daniel, 57 Harford avenue
Crook Wm. grocer, 3 n Charles st. dw Spring Row
Crookshanks & Jones, grocers and com. mts. 74 Light st whf
Crookshanks John, dw Barre st opp. Catholic church
Crooks Mrs. 141 Sarah Ann st
Crooks Joshua, dry goods dealer, 531 w Baltimore st
Cropper John, mariner, 43 n Eden st
Crosby James, carpenter, 221 n Gay st
Crobby Joseph & Son, importers of fruit, &c. 38 s Charles st
Crosby J. 251 w Lombard st
Croshoupt Frederick, 45 Albemarle st
Cross Truman, cash. Com. & Farmers' Bank, dw 9 s Howard st
Cross Divid, 214 n Gay st
Cross Walter, cooper, 172 Forrest st
Cross Philemon, caipenter, 9 Somerset st
Cross Richard, 73 n High st
Cross R J. lumber, merchant office, 6 Eastern avenue
Cross Rev. Andrew Boyd, editor oi Md. Temperance Herald,
dw 73 n High st
Cross John, 75 n High st
Cross Samuel B. blacksmith, corner Dover and Howard sts. dw
68 s Eutaw st
Cross George, pop brewer, 82 Granby st
Crossby George engineer, Clinton st. n of Boston, Canton
Crothers Mrs Mary, 86 s Caroline st
Crothers D. and R. carpenters, 51 North st
Crouch Mrs. Elizabeth, 9 Mercer st
Crouch David, carter, 82 Great Montgomery st
Crouch George W. manner, 106 s Eden st
Crouch Catharine, tavern keeper, 203 s Caroline st
Crouch Mrs. Margaret, 186 Bank st
Crough D. grocer, 70 Granby st
Crouse William A, blacksmith, 22 Garden st
Crouse David, carver and gilder, 31 Gittings st
Crousecope William, wagon maker, 67 Eastern avenue
Crow William, 35 Monument st
Crow Ezekiel, watchman, 65 n High St
Crow John, granite cutter, 90 Boyd st
Crowly Patrick, grocer, 30 s Caroline St
Crowley Peter, rigger, 234 Bethel st
Crowley Mrs. Julia, 64 Spring st
Crown J. E. attorney at law, 22 s Gay st. Exchange Building
Crownfield F. bookbinder, 42 w Frederick st
Crows Mrs. Elizabeth, 197 Pierce st

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