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280 WES

Wellener John, bricklayer, 89 Mullikin
Wellener Thomas, shipwright, 76s Wash-
Wellener Wm. F. shipwright, 76s Wash-
Weller Alfred, carpenter, Pierce w of
Weller Christopher, 196 w Fayette
Weller Edward, clerk, 74 George
Wellham Hezekiah, huckster, 81 Columbia
Welling Thos. copper smelter, Clinton, s
of Boston, Canton
Wellinghoff H. F. agent German intelli-
gence office, 55 Thames
Wellington H. T. (Christman & W.) 49
Wellington Mrs. L. M. 24 Barnet
Wellmore Edward, portrait painter, 160
Wells Clinton G. clerk Marine bank, 268
e Baltimore
Wells Charles C. laborer, 188 Ramsey
Wells Edward, wood dealer, 105 Hollins
Wells Edward A. clerk, 97 n Eutaw
Wells Geo. ornamental chair painter, 18
Wells Geo. W. laborer, 317 Saratoga
Wells Henry S. of Commercial and Farm-
ers' Bank, 268 e Baltimore
Wells John, (W. & Miller) 62 Eastern av
Wells John M. (Gist & W.) 459 w Fayette
Wells John W. fisherman, 284 Johnson
Wells Joseph, shoemaker, 41 Stirling
Wells Martin, carpenter, 255 e Madison
Wells Mary, 15 George
WELLS NATHANIEL B. agent for Bar-
redas, Swan's whf. dw Baltimore near
Wells Richard, carpenter, 261 e Madison
Wells Richard, beerwagoner,76 Eastern av
Wells Richard C. property agent, 357 e
Wells Robert H. carpenter, 103 s Caroline
Wells Susan, 212 Aisquith
Wells Thomas, machinist, 313s Charles
Wells .Wm. carpenter, 383 Penn. av
WELLS & MILLER, machinists and iron
founders, n e cor. President and Canton
av.— [See Advertisement.]
Welsh Alexander, (Whitelaw &W.) Har-
ford av near Madison
Welsh Alexander, stonecut.70 Harford av
WELSH ALONZO, tavern keeper, 79
McElclerry's wharf
Welsh Geo. H. seaman, 201 Orleans
Welsh Jacob, laborer, 145 Pierce
Welsh James, shoemaker, 136 Penn. av
Welsh James, painter, 14 Jackson
Welsh John W. (W. W. & Sons,) 370 w
Welsh John, laborer, 4 Willow
Welsh Marv, grocery, West Falls av
Welsh John, blacksmith, 88 Mullikin
Welsh John, laborer, West Falls av
Welsh Michael, laborer, 28 President
Welsh Michael, laborer, 231 Forrest
Welsh Patrick, labor. 15 Cuba, Locust Pt.
Welsh Patrick, chair maker, 53 Lee
ers and inspectors, 4 Spear's wharf

Welsh Sarah, tavern, 3 Camden
Welsh Thos. I. (W. Reilly & Cummins,)
51 German
WELSH WM. & SONS, wholesale tobac-
co and cigar warehouse, 367 w Baltimore
Welsh William H. (W. W. & Sons,) 237
Welshlager Stephen D. painter, 194 Alice-
Welshoffer Henry, carpenter, 132 Pine
Welthey John, machinist, 135 Cross
Welti Charles, tavern, 59 n Gay
Weltner John, laborer, Sharp near Cross
Welton Wm. J. cattle dealer, 517 w Fayette
Wemers Frederick, tailor, 55 York
Wempe Henry, of P. W. & B. R. R. 53
Wenchel Conrad, shoemaker, 36 Regester
Wencher John, sailor, 108 s Bethel
Wendelstidt Henry, cigarmak.270 n Canal
Wend Charles, tobacconist, 159 s Bond
Weneg Casper, grocery, Canton
Wengal John, house carpenter, 295 s Wolfe
Wenholz Fredk. clothier, 123 n Howard
Wennar Conrad, cooper,182 Wolfe
Wenner John, 23 Dallas
Wensler Adam, laborer, 236 Durham
Wentker Henry, shoemaker, 208 s Wolfe
Wentworth Thomas, Mowell's furnace, n
of Elliott, Canton
Wentz Cecelia, 43 s Poppleton
Wentz Charles I. machinist, 144 Conway
Weutz George, laborer, 271 Raborg
Wentz Jno B. cupper and leecher,203 sAnn
Wentz Philip, tailor, 12 Leadenhall
Wentz Samuel H. clerk in bank, dw 337
w Fayette
Wentz William A. (Robinson & W.) 375
w Fayette
Wentzel Albert, coach maker, 40 Liberty al
Wenlzel Caroline, 66 Somerset
Wentzel Gotleib, shoemaker, 13 Baker's ct
Wenzel Conrad, cabinet maker, 19 Pearl
Wenzel Martin, shoemaker, 365 Saratoga
Weppler John, boiler maker, 26 Gittings
Werdebaugh Henry J. (W. Smith & Co.)
158 Saratoga
Werdebaugh John sr. clerk, 158 Saratoga
Werdebaugh John jr. 103 Mulberry
Werdebaugh, Smith & Co. fancy and vari-
ety goods dealers, 292 w Baltimore
Werher John, shoemaker, 320 e Monument
Werlbilnk William, confectioner, Wolfe n
of Pratt
Werner Geo. tailor, 28 Center Market space
Werner John, shoemaker, 189 Regester
Wernex Catharine, grocery, 236 Light
I Wernig John, carpenter, 49 Ross
Wernsing John A. grocery, 2 Forrest
Wernwag Isaac, (L. Shannon & Co.) 93 s
Werpt Joseph, tailor, 53 Diamond
Werret Thomas, boot fitter, 156 McHenry
Werter Peter, laborer, 233 e Eager
Wertzberger Samuel, tailor, 114 Franklin,
dw 147
Wertz John & Co. tavern, cor. Eastern
and West Falls avenues
Wescott James, rigger, 113 McElderry's
wharf, dw 71 Center Market space

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