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Woods' Baltimore Directory for 1856-57
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164 MAC

Lyeth Caroline, 273 Franklin
Lyeth Samuel H. carter, 363 Columbia
Lyles John, clerk, 156 Washington
Lyman Wm. O. carpenter, 98 Hollins
Lynch Catharine, 104 Franklin
Lynch Daniel, blacksmith, 188 n Eutaw
Lynch Daniel, tailor, 109 Dover
Lynch Daniel, ashman, 85 s Spring
Lynch Dixon S. bricklayer, 401 n Gay
Lynch Eleanora, 362 e Monument
Lynch Henry, ship carpenter, Gough e of
Lynch Hugh, furniture wagoner, rear of
208 s Eutaw
Lynch Jane, 6 Maiden lane
Lynch James, laborer, 4 Addison
Lynch John, plasterer, 97 n Bond
Lynch John, nightman, 219 Mullikin
Lynch Joseph W. carpenter, 401 n Gay
Lynch Joshua, (Newton & L.) 188 Bank
Lynch Margaret, steam bleaching and pres-
sing, 75 Aisquith
Lynch, Matthew, laborer. 9 Booth
Lynch Michael, iron founder, 162 Wolfe
Lynch Nicholas, sailrnaker, 85 Gough
Lynch Patrick, faney^store, 819 w Baltim'e
Lynch Peter, laborer, 73 Elliott, Canton
Lynch Ruth C. 401 n Gay
Lynch Stephen, ship joiner, Caroline near
Thames, dw 277 e Pratt
Lynch Thos. E. ship carpenter, 143 Bank
Lynde Dr. Richard D. 414 Lexington
Lyne Thos. V. shingle maker, 153 s Paca
Lyndner John, shoemaker, 212 s Bond
Lyndsuit Wm. laborer, 257 s Ann
Lynnbook Nicholas, eabinetmkr. 67 Preston
Lyon Chas. H. painter, basement of corner
North and Baltimore, dw 14 Jackson
Lyon Ira C. (Rose & L.) 51 s Greene
Lyon James W. clerk, 92 w Madison.
LYON JOHN H. house and ornamental
painter, 28 Thames, dw 14 Jackson
Lyon Lemuel Z. painter, 181 Aisquith
Lyon Robert, bottler, 194 n Exeter
Lyon Wm. H. clerk, 22 Penn
Lyon Wm. L. clerk, 16 Barnet
Lyons Andrew J. plumber, 118 Lexington,
dw 186 w Biddle
Lyons Cornelius, engineer, 8 Armistead la
Lyons Eliza, 24 Foundry
Lyons Honora A. dressmaker, 5 n Fremont
Lyons James, wheelwht, 9 Armistead la
Lyons Matthew, tavern, 54 Light
Lyons Patrick, laborer, 9 Armistead la
Lyons Robert, engineer, 134 Dolphin
Lyons Richard L. carpenter, 28 Boyd
Lyons Thomas, laborer, 266 e Madison
Lyons Wm. plumber, 196 n Caroline
Lysle Samuel, weaver, near Fremont and
Lytle Robert A. watchmaker, 7 s Gay, dw
358 n Eutaw
Lytle (Mrs. J.) & Shipley, (Mrs. S. J.)
gents furnishing store, 120 w Fayette

Maasch Theodore, butcher. Gist n of Balto
Mabee Thaddeus, cutter, 580 Saratoga
Maben Mist; Margaret, milliner, 153 n Gay
Mac Thomas, wheelwright, 304 w Pratt
Macafee C. wheat merchant. 55 Commerce

Maccabee John, engineer, 5 Boiton
Maccubin Henry W. tailor, 73 s Greene
Maccubin Richard, clerk, 50 Barre
Maccubin Robert W. planemkr. 17 Light,
dw 324 w Fayette
Maccubbin Samuel, brush manufacturer,
135 n Gay, and judge Appeal Tax Court,
dw 292 Chase
Maccubbin Samuel jr. flour dealer, 251 n
Gay, dw 343
Maccubbin Thos. C. painter, 42 North, dw
294 Chase
Macdonald & Dugdale, flour and grain
com. merchants, 75 McElderry's whf
Macdonald Peter,(M,&Dugdale,)62e Pratt
Mace Alford & Co. lott'y deal'rs. 132 n Gay
MACE & BROTHER, grocers and feed
dealers, 237 e Baltimore
Mace Franklin, (M. & Bro.) 42 n Broadway
Mace Jno. M. (M. & Bro.) 42 n Broadway
Mace Oscar, cigarmakr. 294 e Monument
Mace Stephen T. ladies' shoemaker, 60 n
Macgill Geo. S. miller, Grundy nr Preston
Macgill Oliver P. U. S., public weigher,
dw Baltimore county
Mache Chas. (Steinbach & M.) 278 s Bond
Machen Arthur W. attorney at law, 33 St.
Paul, dw 26
Machen John, laborer, 81 Goodman al
Mack Christian, laborer, 15 s Spring
Mack Frederick, laborer, Canton
Mack Joseph, laborer, 31 Shakspear
Mack Thomas, laborer, 11 Durham
Mackall Dr. Leonard, 53 Saratoga
Mackall Maj.W. W.,U. S. A. 43 Courtland
Mackbee Ann, 316 e Monument
Macken John, laborer, Wolfe n of Gough
Mackenheimer Fred'k, tobacconst. 46 Park
Macker Rev. Charles B. 204 Franklin
Macksboy Dennis, coachman, 15 s Fremont
Mackenzie & Co. apoth's, 68 w Baltimore
MACKENZIE COLIN, agent Great Wes-
tern Insurance Co. of N. Y., Commercial
buildings, dw cor Lexington and St. Paul
Mackenzie George N. (Thos. M. & Sons,)
195 Franklin
Mackenzie Dr. James S. 21 Lexington
Mackenzie Dr. John C. 30 Cathedral
Mackenzie Dr. John P. 35 Lexington
porters and dealers in hardware and sad-
dlery, 222 w Balto. dw T. M. 69 Franklin
Mackin Bernard, carpenter, 257 Franklin
Mackin Mary, 31 e Monument
Mackin Mary, grocery, 77 Jefferson
Mackin Michael, laborer, 31 e Monument
Mackingham John N. cigarmkr. 55 French
Mackintosh Margaret. 93 Jefferson
Mackintosh Wm. clerk, 17 McCulloh
Macklin John J. (Duke & M.) 184 e Mon-
Maclellan R. C. supt. at Barnum's hotel, dw
23 Orchard
Macneal Andrew L. carpenter, 6 n Exeters
dw 240 eFavette
ecaries and druggists, 257 w Baltimore
Vlacomber Gideon, stone cutter, 332 w

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