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Baltimore Wholesale Business Directory and Business Circular for the Year 1845
Volume 528, Page 116   View pdf image (33K)
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SHE 104 SH1

Shane Mrs. Susan, Holliday near Bath st.
Shaney Joseph, fisherman, 25 S. Front st.
Shanley Thomas, hatter, 193 N. Exeter st.
Shanks R., seaman, 62 S. Bond st.
Shanneasy James, house a>id sign painter, 132
Fayette st., h. 35 Pine st.
Shannon Nathaniel, grocer, 107 N. Eutaw st.
— Wm., furniture dealer, c. Frederick and
Second sts.
—— Nathaniel, clerk, 127 W. Madison st.
— & Wernwag, machinists, c. President and
Wilk sts.
—— Joseph P., of firm, h. 115 S. High st.
Share Joseph & Son, brass and iron founders and
engine builders, c. Falls av. & Lombard st.
—— Joseph, of firm, h, 43 Albeznarle st.
—— Richard, grocer, 7 Harrison st.
Sharett Wm. L., clerk, 58 Pine st.
Sharkey John, firm of Smith &. Sharkey, h. 92
N. Green st.
—— Patrick, tailor, 18 Stirling st.
Sharp Levi, com. mer., 42 Lexington st.
—— George, surgeon dentist, 60 N. Exeter st.
—— Thomas B., chair maker, 153 N. Exeter.
—— John G., painter, 10 S. Gay st., h. 10
Maiden lane.
Sharpley John. com. mer., 99 Smith's whf., h.
102 S. High st.
—— Miss B., 136 Saratoga st.
Shaw James W., cooper, 163 Alice Anna st.
—— Joseph M., pilot, 150 Ann st.
—— Capt. Richard, 204 Ann st.
—— Wm. T., clerk, 92 E. Lombard st.
—— Harvey, com. mer., 19 Cheapside.
—— James, city bailiff, 8 Pitt st.
—— Wm. S., dry goods mer., 218 N. Gay st.
—— Philip, iron safe maker, 15 Comet st.
—— Joseph, teacher, 54 Hughes st.
—— James Francis, bricklayer, 329 Mulberry.
—— Samuel H., clerk, 18 S. High st.
—— David W., carpenter, 15 S. High st.
—— Seraphim, iron founder, 15 E. Monument
—— Smith & Co., carpet warehouse, 23S W
Baltimore st.
—— Wm., soap and candle maker, 39 Pearl st.
—— Wm. C., 91 Saratoga st.
—— John, blacksmith, 77 North st., h. 200 Sar-
atoga st.
—— Elias, flour mer., 4 S. Howard st., h. 249
W. Lombard st.
—— Matthew, firm Frey & Shaw, h. 170 Light
—— Ruel, prof, of music, 129 W. Balto, st.
—— Erasmus M., pattern maker, 6 N. Paca st.
—— Mrs. Anna, seamstress, 24 Liberty alley.
Shay Wm., grocer, 10 Bath st.
Shea John H., teacher, 217 Biddle st.
Sheaves Mrs. Jane, tailoress, 46 Pitt st.
Sheckles John, grocer, 97 Conway st.
—— Mrs. Mary, 116 Hollinsst.
—— Wm., stone cutter, 152 Hollins st.
Sheehan George, grocer, 46 Hillen st.
—— Thomas, shoemaker, 106 Ross st.
Sheeler John, cedar cooper, 189 East st.
— George, cooper, 146 Hillen st.
— Anthony, cooper, 12 Mott st.
Sheerer Wm., cabinet maker, 6 Fish Mark. sp.
Sheets Mary, 27 Tyson st.
Sheffield Mrs.Mary E., 107 Penna. av.
Shehigh Mrs. Margaret, 44 Preston st.
Sheinburg Frederick, laborer, 41 Preston st.
Sheiner Michael, laborer, 45 York st.
Sheldon John, shoemaker, 98 N. Caroline st.

Sheldon James, constable, 19 Barre st.
Shelly Edward, carpenter, 58 Aisquith st.
—— Wm., carpenter, 9 N. Caroline st.
Shemlz G. William, shoemaker, 109 Vine st.
Shemmerkerra Peter, rigger, 9 Shakspeare st.
Shenion Augustus, fisherman, 29 Gittings st.
Shentar Samuel, cabinetmaker, 196 S. Bond st
Shepard Samuel, confectioner, c. Baltimore and
Gay sts.
Shepherd George, livery stable, 74 Fayette st.
h. 88 Fayette st.
—— George, fisherman, 61 Cross st.
Sheppard John, trunk maker, 80 E. Lombard st
—— Nicholas, clerk, 150 German st.
—— Moses, 230 W. Pratt st.
—— Col. Thomas, agt. Balto. Steam Packet Co
h. 173 S. Charles st.
Shepperd Thomas, Jr., com. mer., 76 Light st
whf., h. 142 S. Charles st.
—— John C., saddler, and sexton 5th Presbyt
church, h. 172 Hanover st.
—— Charles, boot & shoe maker, 187 W. Balto
—— Mrs. Maria, 22 Garden st.
Sheridan Mrs. Ann, 502 W. Lombard st.
Sherlock Wm., 66 Holliday st.
Sherry James, bottler, 42 Holland st.
—— Charles, fisherman, lower end S. Eutaw s
—— John, weaver, 380 Saratoga st.
Sherwood Mrs., cupper & leecher, 118 Fayette
—— Mrs. Elizabeth, seamstress, 23 Mulliken s
—— Richard P., oyster house, 13 Harrison st.
—— Wm., shoemaker, 85 Conway st.
—— Jesse A., 51 Stirling st.
—— Richard, dealer in millinery goods, 41 E
Baltimore st.
—— Mrs. Margaret, milliner, 41 E. Baltimore
—— John, tailor, 282 S. Bond st.
—— Henry A., spar maker, 170 Broadway.
—— Philip, Jr., blacksmith, 176 Fleet st.
—— Philip, Sr., grocer, 186 Fleet st.
—— & Co., book and job printers, c. Gay an
Baltimore sts.
—— Wm., of firm, h. 68 E. Lombard et.
—— Robert, of firm, h. 66 E. Lombard st.
Shesgreen Charles, laborer, 37 Richmond st.
Shesmaas Augustus, fisherman, 257 William s
Shields Mrs. Eliza, milliner and mantua make
222 W. Lombard st
—— George N., laborer, 93 S. Spring st.
—— Patrick, laborer, 164 S. Spring st.
—— R. D., grocer, 215 Lexington st.
—— George D., mer. tailor, 419 W. Balto, st.
—— N., grocer, 273 Alice Anna st.
Shilling George, paver, 138 Pitt st.
Shillingburg D., butcher, 89 Columbia st.
—— Isaac, butcher, 141 Columbia st.
Shinnick Jacob, ship joiner, 79 Argyle alley.
—— James, potter, 10 N. Eden st.
Shipley Joseph P., 701 W. Baltimore st.
—— George W., engineer, 709 W. Baltimore s
—Minerva, milliner, 273 N. Gay st.
—— Benjamin, laborer, 18 N. Poppleton st.
—— George, livery stables, North st. near Sari
toga st., h. 20 Pleasant st.
—— Christopher, upholsterer, 61 N. Frederick
—— A., breaksman on rail road, 193 Biddle s
—— Wm., 279 Biddle st.
—— Hammond, blacksmith, 92 Hill st,
—— Benjamin M., carpenter, 178 S. Paca st.
—— Peolia, stage driver, 155 Columbia st.
—— Charles, carpenter, 80 German st., h. 21
Green st.


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