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Queen Wm. laborer, 3 Lewis
Queen Zachariah, laborer, 58 Burgundy

Ragan Francis, laborer, 26 Vine
Rainor Thomas, fisherman, 389 Cross
Raison George, laborer, 370 Cross
Ramsey Charles, laborer, 5 Spring
Ramsey John, sailor, 156 York
Ray Benjamin, 4 Pleasant
Read Jerry, sailor, 9 Chesnut al
Reams Thomas, junk dealer, 41 Jefierson
Redding Wm. huckster, 5 Hawk
Reed Abraham, porter, 83 Welcome al
Reed Ann, hack keeper, 298 s Howard
Reed Daniel, 213 Mullikin
Reed Henrietta, 28 s Bethel
Reed Isaac, laborer, 102 Jasper
Reed Joseph, laborer, 130 n Dallas
Reed Joshua, 221 s Howard
Reese David, laborer, 147 Durham
Rester Henry, 25 Jordan al
Reynolds James H. barber, 126 Forrest
Reynolds Madison, Cecil al nr Montgom'y
Rich Basil, laborer, 21 Lewis
Rice Cato, laborer, 136 Tyson
Rice John T. musician, 4 Marion
Rich Robert, coachman, 98 Tyson
Richards Frisby, coachman, 56 St. Mary
Richards Harriet, 97 Jasper
Richards Samuel, coachman, 18 Jordan al
Richards Thomas, gardener, 52 s Dallas
Richardson Ann, 89 Moore al
Richardson Daniel, brickmkr. 117 Elbow la
Richardson Edward, drayman, 313s Eutaw
Richardson George, sailor, 110 Durham
Richardson Samuel, whitewash. 42 Tyson
Richardson Sarah J. 160 s Eutaw
Richardson Wm. laborer, 78 Chesnut
Richardson Wm. grain measurer, 16 Wayne
Richardson Wm. porter, 326 Hamburg
Richfield Frisby J. caulker, 13 Bounty la
Rideout George, brickmaker, 9 Pin al
Rider Morris, waterman, 342 Light
Ridgaway Henry, trader, White's court n
of Barre-st. near Light
Ridgaway James, carter, 21 Arch
Ridgaway Perry, seaman, 3 Short
Ridgaway Perry, lumber piler, 43 Mullikin
Ridgely Caroline, washwoman, I Eutaw ct
Ridgely James, ostler, 71 Davis
Ridgely Lucy, 132 Tyson
Ridgely Mary, 10 s Liberty
Ridgely Robert, waiter, 2 Ivy al
Riggs John, porter, 12 s Liberty
Riggs Priscilla, 53 Burgundy al
Riley Geo. wheelwright, 78 Burgundy al
Riley Wm. oysterman, 319 s Howard
Ringgold Benjamin, teacher, 95 Stirling
Ringgold Caroline. 90 Henrietta
Ringgold Catharine, 21 Porrest
Ringgold Edward, laborer, 23 Arch
Ringgold Ezekiel, drayman, 94 Stirling
Ringgold Jacob, laborer, 46 Douglas
Rinegold Joseph, janitor, Carroll Hall, 82
St. Mary
Ringgold M. saw sharpener, 80 n Spring
Ringgold Maria, 41 Rose
Ringgold Moses, oyster opener, 5 Hawk
Ringgold Philip, fruit deal. 11 Aisquith ct
Ringgold Sarah. 30 Burgundy al

Ringle Henry, drayman, 26 Union
Ringle John, hod carrier, 8 Wayne
Ringle Richard, 118 Holiday
Rix Wm. coachman, 19 Marion
Rix Wm. 32 Haw
Roach George, laborer, 38 Guilford al
Robberson Charlotte, 34 Haw
Robberson James, porter, West nr Eutaw
Robbins Jane, 131 York
Robbins Joseph, laborer, 78 n Exeter
Robbins Robert, caulker, 65 s Spring
Roberts Augustus, barber, 4 Light, dw 11
Roberts Charles, 74 Burgundy al
Roberts Eliza, 161 Sarah Ami
Roberts George, porter, Canon, Canton
Roberts Jacob, laborer, 259 Montgomery
Roberts Jane, 25 Moore al
Roberts Wm. shoemaker, 268 Montgomery
Roberts Wm. laborer, 73 Leadenhall
Roberts Wm. C. laborer, 145 Low
Robertson Cosmo, waiter, 3 Jasper
Robinson Caleb, laborer, Cecil al nr Mont-
Robinson Charles, drayman, 84 Stirling
Robinson Emehne, 123 York
Robinson Henry, drayman, 844 Baltimore
Robinson Henry, brickmkr. 15 Chesnut al
Robinson James, blacksmith, 189 Durham
Robinson John, 205 Hamburg
Robinson Levin, laborer, 157 Durham
Robinson Lewis, dray'n, 16 L. Monument
Robinson Richard, laborer, 10s Bethel
Robinson Richard, jr boatman, 10 s Bethel
Robinson Rob't, drayman, 53 L. Monument
Robinson Saml. brickmaker, 12 Booth
Robinson Stephen, baker, 5 Jasper
Robinson Wm. baker, 12 Jasper
Robinson Zachariah, caulker, 180 s Dallas
Rochester Ann, washerwoman, 342 Light
Rock Harriet, 56 n Front
Rock Wm. barber on steamer Louisiana,
8 Chesnut
Roles Levin, oyster opener, 132 Durham
Rollins Edward, carter, 89 East
Rollins Henry, dravman, 215 Hamburg
Rollins Jesse, laborer, 60 East
Rollins Mary, 105 Jasper
Rollins Thomas, laborer, 217 Hughes
Rolph George, board. house, 178s Caroline
Rook Joel, laborer, 239 Hamburg
Rose Mary, 7 Guilford al
Rose Wm. caulker, 199 Durham
Ross Annie, washerwoman, Jew al near
Ross Daniel, grain measurer,24 Leadenhall
Ross James, huckster, 215 Chesnut
Ross Lloyd, drayman, 121 Hill
Ross Robert, trader, 95 Eastern av
Ross Thomas, laborer, 58 L. Monument
Ross Wm. laborer, 11 Morris al
Ruff Benjamin W. drayman, 166 Tyson
Runnels Wm. waiter, 164 Sarah Ann
Russell Aaron, laborer, 45 Douglass
Russell Clem coachman, 16 Kimmel al
Russell George W. hay dealer, 842 w Balto
Ryan Thomas, waiter, 9 Jasper

Saddler Ellen, washerwoman, 69 Jasper
Sales Aaron, dravman. 221 e Monument


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