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Woods' Baltimore Directory for 1856-57
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270 VEL

Unkles Benj. carpenter, 52 n Poppleton
Unkles Frederick, millwright, 149 n High,
dw 132 Green Mount av
Unmoth Francis, shoemaker, 163 Penn av
Unschick George laborer, 235 Eastern av
Unverzagt Augustus A. laborer, 146 Bank
Uppercue Charles, carpenter, 256 Franklin
Upperman Jeremiah, shoemaker, 6 Dew-
berry al
Upperman John, watchm. 481 w Lombard
Upton Benj. lumber dealer, 71 Harford av
Urback William, shoemaker, 252 n Eutaw
Urch F. C. surgical instrument grinder,
East near Ensor, dw 25 Albemarle
Urick John S. tailor, 105 n Fremont
Usher John, sail maker, 6 L. Gough
Usilton Aquilla, 107 e Madison
Uste Lewis, laborer, cor. Lee and Fremont
Utermohle Adolphus, barber, 24 e Pratt
Utermohle August, merchant tailor, 117 e
Uthman John T. 164 n Eutaw
Utter Anthony, laborer, 31 Biddle al
Utlz John, wheelwright, 48 n Schroeder

Vackye Theodore. 61 Garden
Vain Edward, provision dealer, 204 Bank
Vain James, watchman, 64 Bank
Vain John A. tobacconist, 164 s Caroline
Vain Thomas H. painter, 78 Regester
Valders Henry, rigger, 273 s Wolfe
Vale Isaac .7. whip maker, 33 St. Mary
Valentine Elizabeth, dress maker, 136 w
Valentine Ezra, millwright, 420 Lexington
Valentine Francis, confectioner, cor. Prat
and Calvert. dw 25 Barre
Valiant Ann M. 192 Aisquith
Valiant Catharine, tailoress, 228 n Caroline
Valiant Henrv, engineer, 248 Montgomery
VALIANT JOHN, shoemak. 111 s Broad
Valiant Julia Ann, 364 n Gay
Valiant William Thomas, importer an<
dealer in china, glass, and queensware
222 w Pratt
Valkemyer Frederick, tailor 128 Dallas
Vallee Joseph A. messenger Court Com
mon Pleas, 183 n Canal
Vallee Mary A. tailoress, 217 e Monument
Vallette G. Edmund, clerk, 33 Holiday
VALLETTE JEROME C. grocer and tea
dealer, 88 w Baltimore, dw 33 Holiday
Van Bibber Mrs. Lurretia, 125 n Charles
Vance Henry, 286 Madison av
Vancott Daniel, wagoner, 75 n Spring
Vandaniker George, engineer, 192 Garde
Vandaniker Joseph sr. oyster dealer, 19
Vandaniker Joseph jr. fireman, 204 Garde
Vandaniker John, brakesman, 202 Garde
Vandaniker Louisa, 91 n Amity
Vandegraff Benj. shoemaker, Fulton alle
near Howard
Vandergrift John W. superintendent M
Vernon Cotton Factory, 27 Scott
Van Fossen David, ladies shoemaker, 20

anford Alex. printer, 101 e Lombard
anhollon John, harness maker, Baltimore
near Carey
Vanhoxey Henry, professor languages, 15
Vanhorn James W. plasterer, 113 Orleans
Vanhorn Samuel ,carpenter, 329 Light
Vanhorn Wm. H. brickmaker, 49 Granby
Vaniderstine John, shoemaker. 685 w Bal-
fanlil Henry M. shoemaker 311 AV Pratt
Vanlill Stephen J. shoemaker, 506 w Pratt
Vanlill Wm. T. painter, 117 German
Van Ness Col. Eugene, of U. S. A., 217
VAN NESS WM. I. grocer and tea dealer,
214 w Lombard
Van Nortwick John V. D. trunk manufac-
turer, 5 Sharp, dw 71 s Greene
Van Wyck J. C. sr. deputy collector Cus-
toms, 325 w Fayette
Van Wyck Dr. John C. jr. 325 w Fayette
Van Orden David, collar maker, 44 Raborg
Van Orsdell Rev. Hez. 169J n Eutaw
Van Rossum James, cabinet maker, 34 n
Vansant Fr. upholsterer, 443 Saratoga
Vans'ant George E. carpent'r, 110 Henrietta
Vansant John, 144 s Eutaw
and hat and fur dealers, Sun building,
109 w Baltimore, dw 74 n Front
Vansant Joshua, police offic'r, 13 Henrietta
VANSANT WM. L. grocer and liquor
dealer, corner Paca and Mulberry
Vanschalkwyck Alphonsus, 6 Garden
Vanschalkwyck Ferdinand, 18 Garden
Van Tromp John, watch case maker, 137s
Vanwinkel Catharine, 183 Wolfe
Vanwinkel Edward, painter, 183 Wolfe
Van Wynen Bernard, (Mullen & V.) 24
s Bond
Vanzelst Francis, upholsterer, 443 Saratoga
Vardin Robert B. clerk. 27 Aisquith
Vardy Capt. Joseph, 166 Wolfe
Varley Thomas, barber, 2 s Charles, dw
20 Conway
Varney Joseph, carter, 166 Regester
Varney Mitchell J. baker, 108 McElderry
Varum John, paper carrier, 173 n Canal
Vath Michael, cabinet maker, 15! Chesnut
Vatten August, watchm'n, 598w Baltimore
Vaughan Capt. Henry J.54 s Ann
VAUGHEN JOHN & CO. lumber dealers,
217 Cathedral, dw J. V. 43 Biddle
Vawnostrand William A. shipsmith, screw
dock, dw 19 Thames
Veara John, cooper, 89 Granby
Veara Joseph, cooper, 89 Granby
Veasel Zaccheus, coffee roaster, 800 w
Veazev C. dress maker, 150 German
VEAZEY GEORGE ROSS, attorney, 49
w Fayette, dw 17 McCulloh
Vees Henry, organist, 220 e Eager
Vehe Stephen, confectioner, 263 Hanover
Veihmyer Daniel, well digger, 12 New
Veihmyer John H. bricklayer, 11 New
Velan John, laborer, 307 s Bond

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