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Woods' Baltimore Directory for 1856-57
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274 WAR

Wallawine George, laborer, 237 s Ann
Wallenhorst A. watchmk. 213 s Broadway
Wallenstine Abraham, butcher, 78 Orleans
Wallenveen John, laborer, 273 s Wolfe
Wallfish Samuel, clothier,96 w Pratt
Walling Charles E. 369 w Lombard
Walling George, conductor, 532 w Pratt
Wallis John W. gas filter, 50 Granby
Wallis Martin, bottler, corner Fremont and
Wallis Robert, stone cutter, 89 Pierce
WALLIS S. TEACKLE, (W. & Thomas,)
41 St. Paul
Wallis & Thomas, attorneys, 41 St. Paul
Wallis Wm. T. fish inspector, 50 Granby
Walmsley Thos. C. machinist, 22 Holland
Walmsley Wm. T. shoemaker, 203 Biddle
Walsh & Bond, provision dealers, cor Pratt
and Calvert
Walsh Catharine, grocery, 209 Canton av
WALSH & CONRADT, carpet ware-
house, 1 n Gay. [See Advertisement.]
Walsh Edward, bottling establishment, 49
s Frederick
Walsh James, confectioner, 109 Aisquith
Walsh Jeffrey, painter, 129 w Madison
WALSH JOHN, formerly lumber mercht.
Western Hotel, cor Howard & Saratoga
Walsh Mary, tavern, 39 e Lombard
Walsh Philip, carpenter, 122 Cathedral
Walsh Rachel, tailoress, 28 Rock
Walsh Richard T. (W. & Bond,) 209 e
Walsh T. Yates, attorney, 31 Lexington
Walstrum Peter, shoemaker, 126 s Howard
Walter Alexander, 225 n Caroline
Walter Ambrose, tobacconist, 714 w Balt
Walter Asbury, painter, 224 n Bond
Walter August, tailor, 45 n Caroline
Walter August, coach lace weaver, 133 n
Walter Bernard, laborer, 274 Aliceanna
WALTER & CO. flour and produce com-
mission merchants, 45 s Howard
WALTER DORSEY, flour and produce
com. merchant, 28 s Howard, dw 13
Walter Edmund T. H. tobacconist, dw 241
e Baltimore
Walter Geo. K. (W. & Co.) 312 Hollins
Walter Geo. W. book keeper, 199 n Eutaw
Walter Henry, carpenter, 199 Biddle
WALTER JACOB, watchmaker and jew-
eler, 39 n Eutaw, dw cor Baltimore and
Walter John, carpenter, 280 n Eutaw
Walter John G. cabinet maker, 72 Orlean
Walter John (R. W. & Bro.) 145 Saratoga
Walter Joseph M. jeweler, 58 n Howard
Waiter Leonard, shoemaker, Chesapeake
Walter Lewis, shoemaker, 125 n Caroline
Walter Lewis, paver, 215 Durham
Walter Margaret, 278 n Eutaw
Waller R. & Bro. wholesale clothiers, 30C
w Baltimore, dw R. W. 183 Saratoga
Waltermyer Jacob, engineer, 228 German
Waltermyer John, grocery, 508 Penn. av
Walters Arthur W. 169 s Chester
Walters Edward J. coachmaker, 44 n Pop-

Walters James S. baggage master, 70 s Pop-
Walters John, grocery, 141 s Greene
Walters Capt. Joseph, 87 Columbia
Walters Philip, tanner, 74 Holiday
Walters Wm. F. tavern, 203 Lexington
WALTERS WM. T. & CO. importers
and dealers in wines and liquors, 68 Ex-
change place, dw W. T. W. 266 n Howard
Waltgen Andrew, boxmaker, Caroline near
Waltgen Geo. boxmaker, 137 Raborg
Waltgen Henry, 6 Chatsworth
Waltham Samuel, watchman, 27 Gittings
Waltham Wm. milk dealer, 56 s Bond
Waltjen Andrew, box maker, 102 n Caroline
WALTJEN FREDERICK, cabinet maker,
124 n Caroline, dw 82 n Eden
Waltjen Henry, candy maker,226 e Madison
Waltjen Herman, cabinet maker, 128 n Car-
Waltjen John, confectioner, 333 w Fayette
Walion Edward, tailor, 22 Centre Market
Walton Elijah, carpenter, 142 w Lombard
Walton Elisha, cabinetmkr. 17 Chatsworth
Walton Elizabeth, dressmaker, 142 w Lom-
Walton Geo. weaver, 64 Preston
Walton John, 136 William
Walwine Jacob, laborer, 260 Aliceanna
Walzl John H. daguerreotypist, 63 w Bal-
timore, and 19 e Baltimore
Wamaling Mrs. Lucy, 227 Hanover
Wamalt Theodore, coffee roaster, 287 Can-
ton av
Wambach August, sr. shoemkr. 110 s Eutaw
Wambach August, jr. shoemkr. 102 s Eutaw
WAMBACH WM. shoemaker, 16 South,
dw 31 George
Wambech —— , cabinet maker, 57 n Amity
Wampler Jas. L. carpenter, Division near
WAMPLER JOHN M. civil and mechan-
ical engineer, 22 Second
Wamsley John, wheelwright, 309 Aisquith,
dw 272
Wanaka Frederick, clerk, 131 Camden
Wand John, tailor, 47 Clay
Wanderer Louis N. machinist, 78 French
Waneker Chas. piano maker, 67 Portland
Wannanwetch Frederick, prov. dealer, 198
s Eutaw
Warmonger George, laborer, Canton
Wantz Henry, distiller, 142 Franklin, dw
285 w Madison
Ward Andrew P. attorney, 118 e Baltimore
Ward Bernard, hack driver, 2 Diamond
WARD BROTHERS, hardware dealers,
10 s Calvert
Ward David, laborer, 15 e Madison
Ward Edward, watchman, 160 s Fremont
Ward Edward V. (Ward Bros.) 66 Centre
Ward Edward J. (W. & France) 71 Lee
Ward Elizabeth Ann, milliner, 170 e Balt.
Ward & France, tin, stove and house fur-
nishing store, 216 w Pratt
Ward Geo. W. (Ward Bros.) 74 Centre
Ward James, hack driver, 16 French
Ward James, carpenter, 307 Franklin

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