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Matchett's Baltimore Director For 1853-54
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IVES WILLIAM M. brass founder, w Falls av. s
of Lombard st. w 125 Watson
Izemann George, unmbrella mender, 47 Orchard
Izer George, coach maker, 385 n Gay
JACK CHARLES B. carpenter, 2 s Canal
Jacke Henry, tailor, 135 Pearl
Jackober Melchor, milkman, 49 e Monument
Jackson Aaron, 403 Saratoga
Jackson Alexander I. W. printer, n e cor Mulberry
and Pearl
Jackson Alfred, laborer, 200 Canton av
Jackson Andrew, corder, Hudson st. Canton
Jackson Charles, copper plate engraver, s w corner
Light and Baltimore
JACKSON CHARLES M. ship chandler and gro-
cer, cor Smith's whf and Pratt st. dw 102 Sharp
Jackson Edward B. pr homestead
association, 1 w Fayette
Jackson Elizabeth, 127 Gough
Jackson Elizabeth, 62 Buren
Jackson Frederick D. attorney, 17 Law buildings,
dw 55 Centre
Jackson George, patent leather dealer, 239 Saratoga
Jackson George M carpenter, Vine w of Schroeder
Jackson Mr. tailor, 111 McElderry
JACKSON HENRY F. proprietor Eutaw House,
cor Baltimore and Eutaw
Jackson Isaac, waterman, 300 Light
Jackson James, carpenter, n e cor Leadenhall and
Jackson James, grocer & liquor dealer, 5 Saratoga
Jackson James M. 205 e Baltimore
Jackson James, coach maker, 36 Harrison, dw 20
Jackson James R. broker, 111 s Paca
Jackson Jesse, puddler, Wills w of Philpot
Jackson Capt John, 29 n High
Jackson Capt. John, Baltimore e of Bond
Jackson John, agent, Union square, Hollins st
Jackson John A. silver smith, 91 n Eden
Jackson Jonathan, constable, 22 s Bond
Jackson Laurinda, seamstress, 10 L. Church
Jackson Mary, 63 n Charles
Jackson Rebecca, tutoress, 66 s High
Jackson Robert, shoemaker, 256 Monument
Jackson Samuel, tub maker, 55 Burgundy al
Jackson Samuel, cutler and surgical instrumen
maker, 194 Baltimore, dw 17 n Liberty
Jackson Samuel A. cabinet maker, 31 Columbia
Jackson Thomas, 29 s Republican
Jackson Wm. L. painter, Cathedral n of Richmond
Jackson Wm. shoemaker, 11 Lewis

Jackson Wm. R. commission merchant, 5 s Exeter
Jackson Wm. A. 219 Madison
Jackson Wm. of Dr's boat, Chester n of Bank
Jackson Wm. mariner, 276 Alice Anna
Jackson Wm. H. grocer, 101 s Paca
Jacob Adam, baker, 456 Lexington
Jacob John, shoemaker, 241 Eastern av
Jacob John butcher, Regesters of Alice Anna
Jacob John F. brickmaker, 35 West
Jacob John, tailor, 21 Harmony lane
Jacob L. carpenter, 37 Union
Jacob Simon, grocer, 81 Harrison
Jacob Simon, grocer, 10 Somerset
Jacobs Andre, milkman, Etting between Dolphin
and Hoffman
Jacobs Caroline Watson e of Lloyd
Jacobs Frederick A. engineer, Schroeder between
Pratt and Lombard
Jacobs Henry, cabinet maker, 383 n Gay
Jacobs Henry, cabinet maker, s w cor Eden & Gav
Jacobs Jacob, sailor, 174 s Wolf
Jacobs James M. carpenter, 4 e Lombard, dw 51
Gran by
Jacobs John C. supervisor of engineering, 4 Parkin
Jacobs John, tavern, 215 Ensor
Jacobs John, carpenter, Etting between Dolphin
and Hoffman
Jacobs Julian, spar maker, Ann s of Lombard
Jacobs Margaret, cor Orchard and L. Monument
Jacobs Mary C. tutoress, 292 n Howard
Jacobs Michael, grocer, 149 Bank
Jacobs Myer, clothier, 11 Second
Jacobs Samuel, clerk, 65 Barre
Jacobs Zach. carpenter, 509 Lexington
Jacobsen Henry G. Danish consul, firm L. Thom-
sen & Co. dw 64 Barre
Jacove Jacob, laborer, 11 Shakespear
Jad Wm. locksmith, 9 Eutaw ct
Jaeckel Charles C. B. tailor, Canal s of Lombard
Jakob John, tailor, Lombard w of Dallas
JAMART MICHAEL, proprietor Exchange Cof-
fee House and Hotel, 37 s Gav
JAMEISON J. F. & CO. importers and dealers
in wines, liquors, cigars, &c. 214 Baltimore
James Ann Maria, 126 s Bond
James Ann, dress maker, 173 Saratoga
James Ann, boarding house, cor South and Second
James Basil, deputy high constable, 197 Saratoga
James George, milk dealer, Eastern av w Wash-
ington st
James George, 169 Aisquith
JAMES GILBERT C. tobacconist, 37 s High


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