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Woods' Baltimore Directory for 1856-57
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203 PAR

Pancoast John K. cabinet maker, 208 Mont-
Panetti Dr. Jacob, 287 s Bond
Panetti Dr. Philip, 88 e Lombard
Paper John Wm. ornamental painter, 168
Green Mount av
Papp John, grocer, 59 Lancaster
Pappler Alex. butcher, 420 Pennsylvania av
Pappler George, butcher, 401 Penn. av
Pappler Geo. VV. butcher, Choptank near
Pappler Jacob, butcher, Baltimore e of
Pappler John, agricult. implement maker,
142 s Canal
Parker Campbell, drayman, 460 Saratoga
Parker Chas. conductor, 84 Mount
Parker Clement, trader, 86 Eastern av
PARKER E. L. & CO. dealers in tin plate
and metals, 116 w Lombard, dw E. L. P.
Baltimore co. — [See Advertisement.]
Parker Edward, cooper, 328 w Pratt
Parker Edward E. (Newsham & Co.) s w
cor Sharp and Conway
Parker Mrs. E. E. 124 Barre
Parker Edward, clerk, Columbia House
Parker Edward, 96 Sharp
Parker Elias, 561 w Lombard
Parker Elizabeth W. fancy store, 81 Lex-
Parker Frederick, shoemaker, 130 Vine
Parker Capt. Howse, 2'J s Broadway
Parker Hugh, sailmaker, 20 Orleans
Parker Jas. A. S. stone mason, 6 Addison
Parker Jas. H. seaman, 23 Jackson
Parker James, drayman, 465 Saratoga
Parker John, wheelwright, 211 Cross
Parker John, weaver, 123 Pierce
Parker Capt. John VV. 11 Wolfe
PARKER JONATHAN, tavern, 4 n Lib-
Parker Jonathan, jr. 358 Lexington
Parker Joseph, clerk, 183 Franklin
Parker Joseph, artist, 195 Mulberry
Parker Capt. Levin, 177 Hanover
Parker Michael, grocery, 201 L. Hughes
Parker Oliver A. (E. L. P. & Co.) 6 Carey
Parker Mrs. Rachel, 96 Sharp
Parker Samuel, salesman 164 n Spring
Parker Sarah, corset maker, 85 Lexington
Parker Wm. weaver, 121 Pierce
Parker Wm. B. shoemaker, 122 L. Greene
Parker Wm. H. seaman, 27 Warner
Parkhill Wm. printer, 185 East
Parkhurst Geo. T. (Jarret P. jr. & Co.) 218
w Fayette
eral com merchants, 78 South, dw J. P
jr. 18 Mulberry
Parkhurst Simon, wine and liquor commis
merchant, 76 South, dw 62 Greene
Parkinson James, tailor, 171 e Madison
Parkinson James R. copper and tin worker
13 Pleasant
Parks Arch, ship joiner, 160 Ann
Parks Barbary, 15 Buren
Parks Boyer, carp. Bank w of Washingtor
Parks Caleb, carpenter, 160 s Ann
Parks Frederick, plumber, 288 e Pratt
Parks Geo. baker, 123 Saratoga

Parks James B. engraver, 29 n Amity
Parks John W. ship joiner, J90 Montgomery
Parks John J. cooper, 473 w Pratt
Parks Joseph B. harness maker, 8 Emory
Parks Joshua, carpenter, 363 Cathedral
Parks Laura, 12 Jackson
Parks Lilly, grocer, 452 Light
Parks Lloyd B. clerk, 141 e Pratt
Parks Reuben, waterman, 197 Montgomery
Parks Mrs. Sarah, 6 n Caroline
Parks Thos. B. shoemaker, 58 n Poppleton

Parks Wm. huckster, 236 Montgomery
Parks Wm. J. 124 Canal
Parks Wm. finisher, 8 s Carey
Paria Peter, laborer, 300 Aliceanna
Parlett Benj. F. tobacconist, 88 Light-st
whf. Aw 159 s Charles
Parlett Edward, tobacconist, 15 Warner
Parlelt Rhenelma, dressmaker, 804 w Balt,
Parncutt Robert, coach painter, 312 Raborg
PARR DAVID PRESTON, dealer in china,
glass, &c. 175 w Baltimore, dw Lexington
near Pine
Parr Israel M. (McConky, P. & Co.) 25 s
Parr John G. shoemaker, 45 Caroline
Parr John, book-keeper, 38 s Caroline
Parr Michael, laborer, 235 n Bond
Parr Wm. shoemaker, 475 n Gay
Parrin Peter, hack driver, 16 s Front
Parrish Mrs. Amelia, 94 Centre
Parrish Edward, clerk, 85 Columbia
Parrish Jacob, wheelwright, Portland near
Emory, dw 85 Columbia
Parrish James J. tailor, 200 w Madison
Parrish Lewis, clerk, 85 Columbia
Parrish Wm. butcher, 103 Green Mount av
Parrish Wm. B. cabinet maker, 2 Portland
Parrott Ellen, 137 Bank
Parrott Frances A. 268 e Pratt
Parrott Jas. W. tailor, 92 n Canal
Parrott Joseph J. (Solomon, Gray & Co.)
137 Bank
Parrott Rebecca Jane, 10 Lloyd
Parrott Wm. clerk, 118 Dover
Parrott Wm. S. 299 w Madison
Parry Capt. Cyrus B. 54 Granby
Parsons Benjamin, tailor, 238 e Madison
Parsons Ellen, 56 York
Parsons Eliphalet, teacher, 100 Columbia
Parsons Elizabeth, 179 s Paca
Parsons Francis A. turner, 137 Vine
Parsons James T. merchant tailor, 119 s
Broadway, dw 34 s Bond
Parsons Jonathan, sawyer, 100 Columbia
Parsons Joseph, carpenter, 66 York
Parsons Janet, 186 Montgomery
Parsons Joshua, wheelwright, 506 Penn. av.
dw 584
Parsons Nathaniel, Balt. Co, magistrate, of-
fice St. Paul, opposite Record building
Parsons Capt. Samuel, 95 s Exeier
Parsons Sarah, 81 Hollins
PARSONS THEODORE, grocer and li-
quor dealer, 193 Lexington
Parsons Thomas C. turner. 328 Franklin
Parsons Wm. carpenter, 483 n Gay
Parsons Wm. carpenter, 17 n Poppleton
Partridge James 11. atiorney at law, 2 Spur-
rior's court, dw 90 Hanover

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