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Baltimore Wholesale Business Directory and Business Circular for the Year 1845
Volume 528, Page 44   View pdf image (33K)
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Creney Joseph S., sexton St. Joseph's Church
99 Barre st.
Crew Richard, b. h., 403 W. Balto, st.
Crey Frederick, paver, c. Madison & Buren sts
Cripps Thomas, carter, 266 N. Gay st.
Criqui F., boot and shoe maker, 140 S. Howard
Crisall John, shoemaker, 51 Henrietta st.
Crise J. L., grocer, 138 N. Eutaw st.
Crisp John, watchman, 236 S. Bond st.
—— Charles F., segar maker, 240 Alice Anna st
Crist Wm., butcher, 119 Ensor st.
Crittenden K. N., firm of Clark & Crittenden
164 S. Charles st.
Crock John, shoemaker, 206 S. Caroline st.
Crocker Mrs. N., china store, 22 W. Lombard st
—— Emanuel, baker, 6 N. High st.
Crockett Nehemiah, shoemaker, 71 N. Eutaw st
Croft Wm., 138 N. Cove st.
— Frederick, blacksmith, 104 Penna. av., h
267 Biddle st.
—— John, tavern keeper, 40 President st.
Croish Philip, laborer, 60 Philpot st.
Cromberg John, grocer, 242 Alice Anna st.
Cromer Mrs. Hannah, 16 S. Eutaw st.
Cromwell Thomas, cabinet maker, 58 Thames st.
—— Levi, gunsmith, 134 Thames st.
—— Joshua, sail maker, 110 Ann st.
—— Mrs., b. h., 106 Fayette st.
—— Richard, 89 N. Paca st.
—— Oliver T., coach maker, 3 S. Eutaw st.
Crone R., barber, 5 W. Pratt st.
Croney John W., ladies' fancy shoemaker, 200
S. Bond c. of Wilk st.
Cronmiller the Misses, 70 Camden st.
Crook Joshua, cellar digger, 531 W.Balto, st.
—— Mrs. Mary A., dry goods store, 531 W
Baltimore st.
—— Walter, upholsterer and paper hanger, 220
W. Baltimore st.
—— Wm., grocer, 3 N. Charles st., h. 24 S. High
—— Daniel, 57 Harford av.
—— Mrs. Charlotte, 54 Biddle st.
—— Francis A., 46 South st.
Crookshank & Jones, grocers and com. mers.,
74 Light st. whf.
—— John, of firm, h. 164 Hanover st.
Cropper Capt. John, 43 N. Eden st.
Crosby James, carpenter, 221 Forrest st.
—— Joseph & Son, com. mers., 38 S. Charles st.
h. 251 W. Lombard st.
Croshaw Wm., constable, 108 S. Howard st.
Cross Trueman, cashier Com. & Farmers' Bank,
h. 9 S. Howard st.
—— Samuel B., coach smith, 69 S. Howard st.
—— David, wheelwright, 214 N. Gay st.
—— Walter D., cooper, 172 Forrest st., h. 170
Forrest st.
—— Richard J., lumber mer., E. Fall av. c of
Wilk at., h. 37 N. High st.
—— John, lumber mer., E. Falls av. c. of Wilk
St., h. 75 N. High st.
Crothers John, carpenter, 104 Pearl st.
—— Mrs. Mary, milliner, 18 E. Pratt st.
Crouch Mrs. Elizabeth, milliner, 12 Salisbury st.
—— James, carpenter, 15 Mulliken st.
—— George W., seaman, 106 S. Eden st.
—— Margaret, seamstress, 186 Bank st.
—— Mrs; Mary, 224 Happy alley.
—— David, nightman, 82 Montgomery st.
—— Thomas M., clerk, 143 Camden st.
Crough Dennis, grocer, 70 Granby st.
Crouse Elizabeth, huckster, 197 Peirce st.

Crow Ezekiel, shoemaker, 55 N. Exeter st.
Crowdy Patrick,carpet weaver, 179 E. Lombard
Crowley Peter, rigger, 14 Shakspeare st.
—— Mrs. Julia, shopkeeper, 64 S. Spring st.
—— Wm., shoemaker, 85 S. Spring st.
Crownfield F., bookbinder, 42 N. Frederick st.
Croxall & Browning, manufacturers of paten
cordage, 69 Bowly's whf.
—— Richard, of firm, h. 48 Franklin st.
—— Thomas, 198 W. Pratt st.
Croyeau Augustin, hair dresser, 171 W. Balto, s
Crozier Wm., sail maker, 208 E. Lombard st.
—— Mrs. Ann Maria, 194 E. Pratt st.
Crummer Nathan J., 95 N. Eden st.
—— E. A., lime &. feed store, 80 E. Madison s
Crumwell Mrs. Mercy, 9 Jackson st.
Cruse & Lippincott, 105 Smith's whf.
Cruse Isaac, of firm, h. 89 Camden st.
—— Henry J., tobacconist, 53 Mulliken st.
Cruser Isaac, clerk, 215 Hanover st.
Cuddy Lawson, shoemaker, 1 New st.
Cudlipp Benj., dyer & scourer, 45 Harrison st.
Cugle &. Berger, booksellers & stationers, 25
W. Baltimore st.
—— John, of firm, h. 134 S. Sharp st.
Cullen Mrs. Mary, cupper & leecher, 61 S. Bond
Culley Langley B., ship carpenterr, 20 Mont-
gomery st.
—— Robert, ship carpenter, 26 Montgomery s
Cullimore John, firm of Smith &, Cullimore, 14
Ann st.
Cullison Merrit, pilot, 199 Fleet st.
—— Noah, feed mer., 77 Penna. av.
Culnan George R., coach maker, 138 North st.
—— George, tailor, 154 E. Madison st.
Culverweli Win., tavern keeper, 312 S. Bond s
Cummings Alexander, weaver, 119 Peirce st.
—— Mrs. Charlotte, 22 Silver st.
—— Mrs. Marg., cake shop, 107 N. Eutaw st.
—— Hugh, stone cutter, 80 Ann st.
—— &. Wilson, house and sign painters, 24 S
Calvert st.
—— Mrs. Hannah, 132 N. Front st.
—— Samuel, tavern keeper, 18 President st.
Cummins Alexander, boat builder, 44 S. Spring
Cunningham Benj., tailor, 199 E. Madison st.
—— Samuel, hackman, 183 Ensor st.
—— Ann L., 24 George st.
—— Mortimer, grocer, 89 McElderry's whf., b
68 N. Eden st.
—— John N., grocer, 54 Penna. av.
—— Hugh, hackman, 20 Jasper st.
—— Edward, weaver, 129 Peirce st.
—— John T., coach trimmer, 167 Potter st.
—— John, blacksmith, 220 Ann st.
—— James, grocer, 28 Lombard st.
—— Wm. H., plasterer. 360 N. Gay st.
—— James, grocer, 15 E. Balto, st., h. 74 Pitt st
—— John, constable, 93 French st.
—— Mrs. Ann, 76 Aisquith st..
—— John, jeweller, 174 Aisquith st.
—— John, hackman, 139 N. High st.
—— Henry, tavern keeper, 49 President st.
Cunnyngham Capt. John, 66 Block st.
Curlett John & Son, coach makers, 33 North st.
—— John, of firm, h. 134 N. High st.
—— Mrs. Mary, 161 Orleans st.
—— Mrs. Elizabeth, 291 N. Gay st.
—— Lewis G., turner, in Bazaar, Harrison st.,
h. 109 Granby st.
—— Jno. Jr., firm Smith & Curlett, h. 89 N. High st
Curley John, stone cutter, 332 N. Howard st.


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