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Baltimore Wholesale Business Directory and Business Circular for the Year 1845
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Kirkwood Mrs. Sarah, teacher, 341 Lexington.
—— John, shoemaker, 199 S. Eutaw st.
Kirskzinskey Ernest A., grocer, 13 Fell st.
Kirvin Lemuel, boatman, 16 N. Caroline st.
—— Capt. Zebedee, 28 Hamburg st.
Kirwin Bernard, grocer, 120 Ross st.
—— George, manner, 234 Light st.
Kisner John, tailor, 23 Low st.
Kite Joseph B., tailor, 71 N. Eden st.
Kitler Frederick, bricklayer, 4 Somerset st.
Kitts John, polisher, 78 Albemarle st.
Klare John, firm of Seimers & Klare, 25 S.
Liberty st.
Klassen Charles, 124 N. Eutaw st.
Klerbacker B., tavern, 18 W. Pratt st.
Klehm Henry, shoemaker, 220 Happy alley.
Klein Henry, laborer, 47 Union st.
Kleppish Charles F., tailor, 150 Mulberry st.
—— August, tailor, 56 Park st.
Klerline John L., shoemaker, 7 Pitt st.
Kline John, butcher, 33 Block st.
—— Wm., shoemaker, 87 Conway st.
—— Frederick, 264 S. Bond st.
Klinefelter Henry, clerk, 65 N. Exeter st.
Klockgether D., liquor dealer, 108 N. Howard.
Kloman Felix, mer. tailor, 224 Lexington st.
Klug John, blacksmith, 45 York st.
Kluh Jacob, bootmaker, 77 Conway st.
Klump Mathias, tavern, 208 Light st.
Klumper Ferdinand, dyer, 159 Aisquith st.
Knabe & H. Gaehle, piano makers, 13 S. Lib-
erty st., c. German st.
Knapp John, butcher, 100 S. Cove st.
Knickman John, blacksmith, 137 S. Howard st.
Knight Isaac, 56 George st.
—— Dr. Samuel T., 169 Pearl st.
—— Ann W., milliner, 57 N. Eutaw st.
—— Nathaniel, 86 N. Paca st.
—— Michael, blacksmith, 538 W. Balto st., h.
85 Raborg st.
—— Mrs. Mary, 352 Light st.
—— Wm., painter, 275 Wolf st.
—— Mrs. Elizabeth, 39 Wilk st.
—— Thomas, lumber dealer, 94 E. Lombard st.
—— Henry, sawyer, 31 Philpot st.
—— John, 151 E. Baltimore st.
—— Joseph, stove maker, 90 Hill st.
—— John, cooper, 21 Carpenters alley.
—— Mrs. Clara, huckster, 8 Fish Market space.
—— Michael, mail driver, 28 East st.
—— Jonathan, shoemaker, 90 N. Canal st.
—— Anthony, fisherman, 104 William st.
Knighton Thomas, shoemaker, 1 Young st.
—— John W., lottery & ex, dealer, c. Marsh &
Fish Market spaces.
—— Thomas, real estate & com. agent, 28 Sec-
ond St., h. 21 E. Balto, st.
Knill Adam, shoemaker, 68 Dover st.
Knipe Jacob, silver plater, 38 N. Frederick st
h. 37 Centre st.
—— Mrs. Sarah, boarding house, 271 S. Bond
Knipp Jacob, porter, 181 S. Sharp st.
Kniss Charles, tavern, 67 Albemarle st.
Knoch Henry, carpet weaver, 93 Pennsylvania
Knoebel John Henry, distiller, 254 Ann st.
Knott Edward, 79 Ross st.
—— Francis A., carpenter, 433 Saratoga st.
Knowland Lambert, clerk, 142 Hanover st.
Knowles Thomas T., seaman, 234 Ann st.
—— John, carpenter, Plowman st., h. 11 Lloyd.
Knowlin Francis, tavern, 94 S. Charles st.

Knox Wm., domestic manuf.,361 Saratoga st., c,
Cove st.
Koch Martin, carpet weaver & dyer, 89 N. Cove,
—— Henry, paver, 6 Shakspeare st.
Kochling Dr. Anthony, apothecary, 235 S. Bond,
Koechlich George, tavern, 256 Ann st.
Koerner John, shoemaker, 24 West st.
Kohleuberg Henry, shoemaker, 110 Alice Anna.
Kohlhelp John, shoemaker, 51 Penna. av.
Kolb George &, Wm. Engel, tavern, 28 Presi-
dent St.
—— George, fancy store, 94 N. Howard st.
—— Michael, tailor, 642 W. Baltimore st.
Kolpt Adam, truss maker, 10 St. Paul st.
Kone Daniel, grocer, 59 Biddle st.
Konig Mrs., 100 S. Howard st.
—— F. & Co., import, of German goods, 4 N.
Howard st.
—— Frederick, of firm, h. 250 Saratoga st.
—— Sebastian, laborer, 18 Jasper st.
Konze Lewis, boot & shoe maker, 254 W. Pratt.
Konzman George, laborer, 6 Shakspeare st.
Koockagy Eliz., umbrella mak., 151 Eayette st.
Kopp John, grocer, 2 Hughes st.
Kornmann H., boot &, shoe mak., 45 S. Liberty.
Korner &, Bro., confectioners, 80 N. Eutaw st.
Koster Albert, clerk, 262 S. Charles st.
Kothe George, baker, 94 Hollins st.
Kraber Daniel, clerk, 140 Pearl st.
Kraft George, turner, 191 Biddle, h. 189 Biddle.
—— Adam, watchman, 233 Biddle st.
—— Christian, tailor, 167 S. Canal st.
—— Mrs. Elizabeth, 47 York av.
—— John C., butcher, 47 York av.
—— Frederick, butcher, 110 Ross st.
—— Henry, grocer, 88 Lexington st.
—— Gotleib, sausage maker, 39 Ross st.
Kramer Samuel & Co., druggists, 6 W. Pratt st.
—— Elizabeth, 66 N. Poppleton st.
—— John C., boot & shoe maker, 159 Light st.
Kraus G. A., printer, 14 S. Liberty st.
Krauss John, boot & shoe maker, 94 Hamburg.
Krauth Rev. Charles P., pastor Second English
Lutheran church, h. 46 Hanover st.
Krebbs John W., porter in Union Bank, 142 E.
Monument st.
Krebs Wm. George, att'y, 50 Fayette st., h. 50
Columbia st.
—— Mrs. Elizabeth, 60 Pine st.
—— George W., leather dealer, 43 S. Calvert st.
—— Lemuel, plasterer, 189 S. Cove st.
—— Wm., brickmaker, 42 Columbia st.
—— Mrs. Mary, 339 W. Pratt st.
—— Henry, butcher, 214 Pitt st.
Kregel Mrs. Ann, 60 Aisquith st.
Kreider David L., grocer, and depository of new
church books, 135 S. Bond st.
Kreis Peter, grocer, 145 N. Eutaw st.
—— Elias, carpenter, 263 Biddle st.
—— John, blacksmith, 31 York avenue.
Krems John, grocer, 53 S. Calvert st., h. 175
Franklin st.
Kretzer T., 16 S. Howard st.
—— Jacob B., butcher, 107 N. Caroline st.
—— C., silk mer., 296 W. Baltimore st., h. 98
Saratoga st.
Krichten Joseph, wheelwright, 59 French st.
Kriel Frederick, blacksmith, 3 Jasper st., h. 145
Saratoga st.
Kroeber Wm., tailor, 91 Hillen st.
Krosen & Spear, paper warehouse, 21 S. Charles
—— Isaiah, of firm, h. 35 Hollins st.


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