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Woods' Baltimore Directory for 1856-57
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Stocksdale Nelson & Son, clothiers, 78 Cen-
tre Market space, dw 211 e Fayette
Stockton Aaron W. (S. Dunigah & Shin-
nick,) 298 e Pratt
Stockton, Dunigan & Shinnick, ship join-
ers, 36 Pell. [See Advertisement.]
Stockton Rev. Thomas H. 68 Lexington
Stodars John, blacksmith, 26 New Church
Stoddard Isaiah T. protessor music, 331 w
Stoddard Capt. John B. 195 e Pratt
Sioddard Lafayette, omnibus driver, 103
Penn. av
Stoddard Nathaniel, carp. 321 w Lombard
Stoesel John C. tailor, 227 s Broadway
Stoetzer Charles; shoemaker, 203 s Charles
Stoffel Henry, shoemaker, 161 s Fremont
Stoffregan Charles, barber, 19 Penn. av
Steffregan Fredk. barber, 241 s Broadway
Stohm Frederick, 180 w Madison
Stoker Philip, carter, 53 Batik
Stokes Benjamin, watchman, 115 s Bond
Stokes John, gun smith, 134 Mullikin
Stokes Dr. Wm. H. 52 Saratoga
Stokes Wm. B. president Balt. Coal Co.
office cor. Davis and Lexington, dw 233
w Madison
Stokes Wm W. 107 Hamburg
Stokey Marlin, carter. 188 Eastern av
Slolenbaw Harman, butcher, 1019 w Pratt
Stolpp John L. confectioner, 154 Saratoga
Stomfeel Michael, laborer, 233 Canton av
Stone Ann, 90 Elbow lane
Stone Benjamin F. 231 n Howard
Stone Conrad, laborer. 294 Wolfe
Stone David, watchman, 303 Penn. av
Stone George, laborer, n of Elliott, Canton
Stone J. Hervey, of auditor's office, dw 41
n Bond
Stone James H. (Whiteley, Bros. & S.) 2G8
Stone John, laborer, 81 Wolfe
Stone John F. bricklayer, 93 Johnson
Stone Margaret E. 156 s Washington
Stone Seth, bricklayer, 71 North
Stone Waller, grainer, 171 German
Stone Wm, L. 164 Cross
Stone Wm. W. 164 Cross
Stonebraker Samuel, (Newcomer & S.) 223
w Lombard
Stoner Sec. clerk, 22 Pearl
Stoops Aaron & Son, dealers in boots, shoes,
straw goods, &c 94 Hanover
Stoor Eliza, 21 Spring
Storch John, tailor, 42G Saratoga
Stork Andrew, turner, 152 East
Stork Charles G. tobacconist, 17 Center
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Sunk Charles, jeweler, 18 Sharp
Stork John T. pattern makr. 459 w Lombard
Stork Langhorn T. cabinetmaker, 65 Chew
Storm Mrs. C. M. dry goods dealer, 109 n
Storm Mary Ann, 60 Chatsworth
Storm S W. clerk to Sheriff Baltimore co.
26 w Fayette
Storma John, laborer, 282 Aliceanna
Stortz Jacob, cabinetmaker, 162 e Lombard
Story Ann, boarding house, 50 Barre
Story George, machinist, 60 s Oregon

Story John T.mercht.tailor,448 w Baltimore
Stouffenbelta George, laborer, Canton
Stouffer Chas. F. in Custom House, 403 w
Stouffer Jacob, printer, 38 Marion
Stouffer John, clerk, 66 e Baltimore
Stouffer John, carpenter, 38 Marion
Stoumrouse F, blacksmith, 343 Canton av
Stout Eliza, 183 Forest
Stout Henry, attorney, 76 w Fayette
Stout Henry, laborer, 285 Columbia
Stout Henry, laborer, 148 Bank
Stout Isabella, 3 Hollingsworth
Stout Joseph W.blacksmith,34 s Schroeder
Stover Christiana, 71 Chesnut
Stover George W. carpenter, 66 s Poppleton
Stow Charles, clerk, 139 Hanover
Stow John, of saw mill, Uhler's al. dw 139
Stow Lewis, (Coover, Tysinger & S.) 139
Stow Thomas, of saw mill, Uhler's al. dw
139 Sharp
Stowell A. jr. (Gould.S. & Ward) 26 n
Stowell Wm.J.of P.W. &.B. R. R.114 s Eden
Stowman Wm. hotel, Annapolis road near
St. Patrick's Church, (Catholic) cor.Broad-
way and Bank
St. Patrick's School, Broadway n of Bank
St. Paul's Church, (Episcopal) cor. Charles
and Saratoga
St. Peter's Church, (Catholic) cor. Hollins
and Poppleton
St. Peter's Catholic male school, 17 s Pop-
St. Peter's (Protestant Episcopal) Church,
cor. Sharp and German
St. Peter's Parochial school, German e of
Strahel Joseph, tailor, 27 Washington
Stradley George, carpenter, 92 Orleans
Strahan Eben. accountant and collector,
48 s Bond
Strailman George, conductor, 50 s Poppleton
Straler John, grocery, 117 s Exeter
Siran Ann, 99 Goug'h
Stran Richard B. penman, 99 Gough
Stran Thomas P. lumber mercht. 99 Gough
Stran Wm. H. ( Andrews & S.) 126 e Pratt
Strandberg Daniel, express wagon, Pratt e
of Ann
Strandley Rachel, nurse, 16 s Broadway
Straney Edward, machinis', 402 Saratoga
Siraney John, machinist, 323 Saratoga
Strasbacker Stephen, tailor, 7 Philpot
StrasburserKaufman,clothier,44| w Pratt.
and 89 n Gay
Strassburger Charles, second hand furn.
dealer, 52 Harrison
Stratton Robert, baker, 272 n Eutaw
Strauh Charles, sawyer, 346 Eastern av
Straubenmiller John, teacher, 89 Regester
Straup Peter, carter, 190 Columbia
Straus, Hartman & Co. wholesale cloth-
iers, 321 and 323 w Baltimore,
Straus Ferdinand, clerk, 19 n Canal
Straus George, shoemaker, 226 s Charles
Straus Henry, (S. & Bro.) Eden

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