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Woods' Baltimore Directory for 1856-57
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167 MAR

Many Daniel, coffee roaster & spice grinder,
75 Garden dw 33 Rose
Mapes Samuel, tavern, 159 Eastern av
Mar Peter A. tavern, 296 s Bond
Mar Robert, huckster, 370 Eastern av
Marburg Wm. A. liquor, wine, and cigar
merits., 48 w Lombard, dw 149 s Charles
Marburger Peter, tailor, 238 Light
March Martin, glass blower, 370 s Eutaw
March Mrs. & Miss McNelly, dry goods
dealers, 76 Hanover
March Phil, nightman, Hanover nearWest
March Philip, wheelwright, 214 Henrietta,
dw 223
March Wm. clerk, 82 Sharp
March Washington, grocer, 99 Hanover,
dw 54 Barre
Marchen John, painter, 219 Hollins
Marck Isaac, dry goods deal.219 s Broad w.
Marck Michael, cigar maker, 83 Penn av
Marcusi Jane, milliner, 29 n Howard
MARDEN JESSE, patent scale manufac-
turer, 55 s Charles. [See Advertisement.]
MAREAN CHARLES, agent Gray Manuf.
Co. office 13 Lexington, dw cor. Lexing-
ton and Charles
Marfield Elizabeth, baker, 80 Barre
Marfield, Samuel. tinner, 91 Orleans
Marges Nicholas, musician, 1 Regester
Marhenke Henry, drayman, 46 Holland
Marian John, clerk, 86 Mullikin
MARINE BANK, n e cor. Gay & Second
— [See Appendix.]
Marine Genl. Fletcher, commission agent,
104 Dugan's whf, dw 65 s Caroline
Mariner Thomas P., pr. ferry boats, West
Falls av
Maris Dr. Edward A. 69 n Eutaw, dw 68
St. Paul
Maris Dr. George, 43 n Charles
Maris L. R. clerk, 360 Lexington
Mark Elizabeth, 40 n Eden
Mark J. H. Division near Townsend
Mark John, huckster, 29 n Shroeder
Mark Lemuel, engineer, 37 Scott
Markart Andrew, beer brewer, 311 s Bond
Market Charles, cabinet mak. 29 s Paca
Markel John, tailor, 265 e Lombard
Markel Louis, milkman, Clinton n of Bos-
ton, Canton
Markell Charles, clerk, 265 Saratoga
Markla L. 51 Preston
Markland Chas. H. ( W. T. M. & Bro.) 39
Markland Daniel, barkeeper, 77 Hanover
Markland James H. clerk, 47 n Poppleton
Markland John T. carpenter, 9 McHenry
Markland Rich'd, carpenter, 110 n Bond
Markland Wm. T. & Bro. carpenters, Port-
land near Fremont, dw W. T. M. 39
Marker Ed ward H. carpenter, 391 Franklin
Marker John, carpenter, 136 Pearl
Markett Stephen, wheelw't, Elliott, Canton
Marks A., clerk, 237 Mulberry
Marks Francis, rigger, 274 Aliceanna
Marks Frederick, rigger, 80s Wolfe
Marks John L. watchman, 228 Columbia
Marks Peter, tailor, 174 s Canal
Marks Thos. M. house carp. 336 e Pratt

Markwart August, musician, 192 s Bond
Mar ley Benjamin, grocer, 29 s Oregon
Marley James, clerk, 51 Poppleton
Marley John, patternmaker, 82 n Poppleton
Marley Joseph, laborer, 53 Boyd
MARLEY RICHARD, ladies' shoemaker,
s e cor. Penrl and Franklin
Marlev Wm. bricklayer, 526 w Lombard
Marr Edward G. laborer, corner Cathedral
and Chase
Marr Geo., shoemkr. 61 Center Mark .space
Marr George, grocery, 27 York
Marr James D. grocer, cor. Baltimore and
Marr Lawrence, shoemaker, 61 Portland
Marr Levi, blacksmith, 771 w Baltimore
Marr Towson, laborer, 496 w Lombard
Marren Terence, grocery, 209 e Lombard
Marriort Barz, clerk, 324 w Pratt
MARRIOTT ELISHA J., collector, 41 n
Marriott J. G. W. attorney, 30 St. Paul
Marriott John H. ladies' shoemaker, 161 e
Marriott Rich'd J.stone cutter,63 n Shroeder
Marriott Rich'd W. 28 Sharp
Marriott Sarah J. 10 Ross
Marriott Thos. potter, Washingt. s of Pratt
Marriott Telfair, attorney at law, 27 Law
buildings, dw corner Mount Vernon and
Washington place
Marrow Chas. F. forwarding agent N. C. R.
224 n Howard
Marsden Elias, (Johnston & M.) 206 w Ma-
Marsden Jas B. carpenter, 26 Morris alley
Marsh C. (M. & Co.) 159 n High
Marsh & Co. woodware dealers, over 113
w Lombard
Marsh George shoemaker, 269 Forrest
Marsh Henry C. hatter, 118 Franklin, dw
225 Mulberry
Marsh Isaac, shoemaker, 123 e Monument
Marsh Rich'd, huckster, 104 Mullikin
Marsh Sydenham, janitor MaleHighSchool
buildings, cor. Fayette & Holiday
Marsh Wm. engineer, 80 s Poppleton
Marsh Wm. laborer, 289 s Charles
Marshall Alexander, laborer, 8 Beran al
Marshall Chas. teamster, 164 McHenry
MARSHALL CHARLES, attorney at law,
4 Counsellor's hall, dw 95 n Charles
Marshall Daniel, machinist, 215 e Pratt
Marshall Capt. E J. mariner, 25 Jackson
Marshall George, bootmaker, 94 Franklin,
dw 100 Center
Marshall Harvey, bootmaker, 178 Raborg
Marshall Henry, mason, 88 George
Marshall Jacob, carpenter, 104 e Madison
Marshall James H. shoemaker, 20 Stirling
Marshall Jane, 146 German
Marshall Jesse, laborer, 170 Harford av
Marshall John, grocer, 24 Gough
Marshall John, blacksmith, 152 n Fremont
Marshall John, butcher, 495 Light
Marshall John E., bricklay. 252 e Lombard
Marshall Capt. Levin, 12 e Lombard
MARSHALL W. LUKENS, boiler maker,
149 s Greene
Marshall Luke, laborer, 140 McHenry

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