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Woods' Baltimore Directory for 1856-57
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Forsyth George W. blacksmith, Chesnut al
near Fremont
Forsyth James, drayman, 60 Dallas
Forsyth Jarrett, tobacconist, 101 n Paca
Forsyth John A. tobacconist, 113 Hamburg
Forsvth Leml. miller, 192 n Canal
Forsyth Robt. B. tinner, 35 Holland
Forsyth Robert, laborer, 35 Holland
Forsyth R. lithographer, 149 Hoffman
Forsyth Wm. post office, 241 s Charles
Forsythe Wm . J. tobacconist, 96 n Fremont
Fort Harriet, 61 Conway
Fort Leander A. carpenter, 187 Ross
Fort Wolf laborer, Patuxent Canton
Forten Sarah, seamstress, 142 William
Forth Anthony, porter, 29 Neighbor
Fortland Henry, stone cutter, 316 Saratoga
Fortling John H. 312Saratoga
Fortman Ad. carpenter, 224 Dover
Fortman Bernard, segar store, Pratt, dw
38 Portland
Fortman Bernard, laborer, 106 West
Fortman Edw. C. ship carp. Canton
Fortman Minor, cabinetmaker, 38 Leaden-
Fortune Mary, boarding house, 9 Barnet
Forver John M. milkman, Point lane, near
Harford av
Forward Wm. L. 231 n Eden
Fos Christian, tailor, 441 w Pratt
Fosbenner Wm. G. bricklayer, 74 Lee
Fosberg Augustus, architect, 175 w Fayette
Foslar Henry, paver, 10 Harmony lane
Fosler Job, carpenter, 9 Wolfe
Foss Chas. 249 Franklin
Foss Jacob, laborer, 180 William
Foss John S. bricklayer, 175 Orleans
Foss Mary Amelia, 24 Jackson
Foss Wm. W. chair maker, 136 w Fayette
Fossett Jas. carpenter. 233 n Canal
Fossett John, shoemaker, 65 n Spring
Fossett John, collector, 67 s Caroline
Fost John, laborer, 215 Wolfe
Foster Anthony, tanner, Townsend near
Penn av
Foster Dr. A. T. 182 Penn av
Foster Catherine, 101 n Eden
Foster David B. plumber, 106 n Howard,
dw 169 Ross
Foster David C. printer, 13 n Caroline
Foster Elizabeth, 99 n High
Foster Francis S. ship joiner, 174 Bank
Foster George S. clerk, 101 n Eden
Foster Jacob, shoemaker, 10 Regester
Foster Jas. ship carpenter, Canton
Foster Jas. K. carpenter, 245 Sharp
Foster James M. ship carp. 88 s Ann
Foster Jas. W. steambt. hand, 233 Hanover
Foster John T. clerk, Maltby house
Foster Joseph, mariner, 267 Light
Foster Mahlon,shoemaker,Dallas near Gay
Foster Mahlon, shoemaker, 253 n Bond
Foster Margaret, 4 Stirling
Foster Mary, 274 n Eutaw
Foster Misses, school teachers, 56 n Greene
Foster Samuel W. clerk, 42 s Bond
Foster T. J. (Rossie & F.) 393 Lexington
Foster Wm. J. machinist, 176 Ramsey
Foster Wm. J. glass cutter, 130 s Caroline
Foster Wm. stage carpenter, 73 Ensor

Foster Wm. T. carpenter, rear 39 n Eden
Foster Wm. T. (Taylor, F. & Co.) 87 n
Foster Wm. bricklayer, 170 Penn, av
Foudriat Peter, scourer and fluter, 64 Lex-
Foulkes Robt. F. machinist, 70 Camden
Fouest —— , ship carp. 332 Canton av
Foulds Jas. H. (Cooney & F.) 100 s Caroline
Fountain Edward C.mariner,115 Albemarle
Fountain Francis, segar maker, 40 s Exeter
Fountain John T. tinner, 25 Scott
FOUNTAIN HOTEL, Wm. H. Clabaugh,
propr. Light near Baltimore
Fourth Presbyterian Chuich, 628 w Balti-
Fouse D. Henry, tinner, 118 n Bond
Fowble Abram, carpenter, 18 Vine, dw 259
w Fayette
Fowble Jacob, tinner, 70 n Caroline
Fowl Charles, tinner, 70 Harrison
Fowler Catharine, 101 e Baltimore
Fowler David G. laborer, 311 Eastern av
Fowler Edward H. carpenter, 230 Mont-
FOWLER FRANCIS, wire worker, cor.
Fayette and Liberty, dw 46 Pearl
FOWLER & FRY, merchants and sea-
men's shipping office, 103 Thames
Fowler Isaac, plasterer, 350 n Gay
Fowler James H. painter, 24 n Schroeder
Fowler Jas. W. carpenter, 136 s Greene
Fowler John W. carpenter, 356 n Eutaw
Fowler John, (Neimyer & F.) 310 w
Fowler John, market trader, 10 n Bond
Fowler Joseph, tobacconist, 222 e Lombard
Fowler Martha, 259 Eastern av
Fowler Philip, Dolphin near Division
Fowler Robert, boiler maker, 154 Cross
Fowler Robert, (F. & Zeigler) 72 Sharp
Fowler Samuel, huckster, 390 n Gay
Fowler Susan, tailoress, 156 n Exeter
Fowler Thomas, grocer and hardware dea-
ler, 175 and 177 e Baltimore
Fowler Wm. C. pilot, 281 e Fayette
Fowler Wm. H. carpenter, 66 Holland
Fowler Wm. H. (Fowler & F.) 53 s Broad-
Fowler Wm. W. hatter, 177 Vine
Fowler Wm. W. brass founder, 158 n Bond
Fowler Wm. brakesman, 120 Burgundy al
Fowler & Zeigler, flour merchants, 93 s
Fox Charles J. ship carpenter, 130 s Wolfe
Fox Henry, rigger, 120 s Bond
FOX HIRAM E. 407 w Fayette
Fox James, grocery, 31 Douglas
Fox John, shoemaker, 46 Aisquith
Fox John, shoemaker, 57 s High
Fox Lewis, second hand furniture dealer,
232 Eastern av
Fox Luther, 308 w Lombard
Fox Michael, tavern, 7 w Lombard
Fox Peter, blacksmith, 237 Conway
Fox Stephen P. ladies' shoemaker, 480 w
Fox Wm. laborer, 76 Booth
Foxall Mary, 35 Buren
Foxcroft Nich. oyster saloon, 46 Chesnut

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