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Woods' Baltimore Directory for 1856-57
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Benswanger Samuel, dry goods dealer, 105
w Fayette
Ben teen Fredk. D. dealer in pianos, 181 w
Baltimore and 84 w Fayette, dw 272 w
Benthina Leopold, butcher, 47 Jackson
Benthall Capt. Robert, 313 e Baltimore
Beniley Cbas. W. machinist, 81 Aisquith
BENTLEY JOSEPH, machinist, 550 w
Bentley Thomas, brickmaker, 265 s Paca
Bentou Benj. watchman, 44 n Schroeder
Benton Benjamin, 18 Thompson
Benton Saml. cabinet maker, 164 e Fayette
Bentz Caspar, baker, 443 w Fayette
Benzel Henry, machinist, 81 n Schroeder
Benzinger Frederick F. attorney at law. 19
Law Buildings
Benzinger John S. clerk, 62 e Fayette
Benzinger Mathias, paver, 79 n Paca
Beodaker Gustav. bookkeeper, 105 Hanover
Berberick Jos. cab. maker, 65 Washington
Berg Ann E. grocery, 22 Granby
Berg August J. clerk, 156 Mulberry
Berg G. F. architect, 175 w Fayette
Bergr O. H. exchange broker, over 31 s
Charles, dw Lombard near Hanover
Berg, Philip, shoemaker, 64 w Pratt, dw 20
Berge John, tailor, 77 Star alley
Berger Christian, tailor, 54 n Exeter
Berger Conrad, laborer, 535 Lexington
Berger George, baker, 493 w Baltimore
Berger Henry, watchmaker and jeweler, w
Baltimore, dw Girard House
Berger John, cooper, 153 s Eden
BERGER JOHN, bookseller and stationer,
252 w Baltimore, dw 43 n Front— [See Ad-
Berger Joseph, butcher, 130 Sterling
Berger Lewis, glass blower, 12 Lancaster
Berger Michael, clothier, 113 n Howard
Berger Martin, baker, 90 French
Bergheimer Henry, moulder, 270 s Ann
Bergheimer Henry, clothier, 206 Lexington
Berghof Anthony, tobacconist, 149 s Eutaw
Bergman Mrs. 10 Green Mount av
Bergman H. (Wolf & B.) 244 w Pratt
Bergman Samuel, butcher, 312 Eastern av
Bergner John, tailor, 36 n Bond
Bergtold John, tailor, 43 Portland
Berliner Abram, 3 May
Berl John, shoemaker, 153 Regester
Bernard Fielding, tailor, 172 Eastern av
Bernard Jas. M. confectioner, 123 Aisquith
Bernard John, 241 s Broadway
Bernard Joseph, clerk, 128 Lee
Bernard Leander, bricklayer, 294 Mulberry
Bernard William, 400 s Charles
Bernei Selig, clothier, 74 Center Market
Berner Charles, laborer, 141 s Greene
Berner William, rigger, Aliceanna, Canton
Berney B. shoemaker, 54 Harrison and 9
Bernhard August, tailor, 233 e Lombard
Bernhard Charles, laborer, 243 Lemmon
Bernhard John, carter, 221 s Ann
Berron Thomas, vet. surgeon, Chatsworth
near Huffman
Berry Benj. D. brickmaker, 168 Bank

Berry Christian, cooper, 186 s Bond
Berry Denby, painter, 126 McHenry
Berry Edward, tavern, 53 Thames
Berry Francis, shoemaker, 130 Low
Berry George, moulder, 40 s Oregon
Berry Geo. R. firebrick maker, 160 Sharp
Berry Geo. W. carpenter, 216 Aisquith
Berry G.Henry (Armstrong & B.) 110 Ger-
Berry James, laborer, Elliott, Canton
Berry Jas. W. 59 Lee
Berry Jasper M. (B. & Stinchcomb) 494 w
Berry John S. (Hurst, B. & Co.) Balt. co.
Berry John, 152 Sharp
Berry John, carpenter, 41 French
Berry John & Trios. L. & Co. fireproof-brick
makers, 294 Montgomery
Berry John W. carpenter, 112 German
Berry Lewis, laborer, Essex, Canton
Berry Margaret Ann, 8 s Schroeder
Berry N. E. tobacco, produce, grain and
commission merchant, 8 Bowly's wharf,
dw 87 Camden
Berry Peter, laborer, 34 Jew al
Berry Robert D. grocer. 108 Aisquith
Berry Samuel, wagoner, 21 Pleasant
Berry & Stinchcomb, lumber merchants,
462 w Pratt
Berry Thomas S. seaman, Canton
Berry Walter W. commission mercht, 100
s Charles, dw 126 Hanover
Berryman Wm. fireman, 99 s Ann
Bersch Henry, merchant tailor, 9 Lloyd
Bersch Henrv, clerk, 9 Lloyd
BERSICK MICHAEL, refect'y, 302 Mont-
Bersold Jinebart, hodcarrier, 39 Durham
Berterman John, tavern, 175 Canton av
Bertholf James H. clerk, 158s Greene
Berthy Patrick, ship carp. 231 Hanover
Bertlein John, laborer, Clinton n of Boston,
Bertoldi John, jeweler, 12 East
Bertrand John, shoemaker, 768 w Baltimore
Bertrand Thomas, ship carp. 94 Block
Bertram ——— , 768 w Baltimore
Bertz Joseph, whitewasher, 194 Canton av
Besse Daniel W. currier, 528 Penn. av
Besse Frederick, coachmaker, 330 Sharp
Bessel Sebastian, hatter, 228 n Gay
Bessix Peter, laborer, 516 w Pxatt
Bessler Frank, laborer, 11 Star alley
Best John W. F. & Co. apothecaries and
druggists, 156 Lee
Bestor John R. book-keeper, 105 n Exeter
Bethel Church (African) 10 Saratoga
Betschler Adam, 244 s Charles
Betschler Martin, shoemaker, 244s Charles
BETTER CHRISTIAN, machinist, 43
Saratoga, dw 55 Pearl
Better Wm. shoemaker, Hampstead near
Rettinger Christian, carpenter, 230 Sharp
Betton Thos. W. shirt manuf. 343 w Balt
Betts Alexander P. (B. & Severe) 73 s Car-
Belts Edward, 95 Lee
Betts Henry, tailor, 65 s High
Betts Henry T. 26 McElderry

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