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Matchett's Baltimore Director For 1855-56
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Ensor Edward, ship joiner, 441 n Gay
Ensor Hiram, carpenter, 423 w Lombard
Ensor John H., gro. and tea deal., 445 w Balt.
Ensor John, carpenter, 816 w Baltimore
Ensor William, tinner, 69 n Canal
Ensler Christ., saddler, 19 Mercer
Enterline Rev. Samuel, 37 Con way
Ent Charles J., carpenter, 277 Franklin
Entler Julia, 24 Pine
Entves Margaret, 710 Pennsylvania avenue
Entrough John F., laborer, 98 Hamburg
Eousz John, blacksmith, 14 Guilford alley
Epp Anthony, cooper, 257 Hanover
Epron Francis, 247 Alice Anna
Epron John, shoemaker, 247 s Ann
Epron Peter, boot and shoemaker, 148 n Eden
Erbach William, barber, 1 n Eden
Erben Henrv, organ man., 7 s Eutaw
Erding Henry, tailor, 112 Stirling
Erek Casper, tobacconist, 184 Lexington
Erek Daniel H., gro. and liq. deal., 107 York av
Erek Wm. H., tobacconst, 96 w Lombard, h 137
s Paca
Erehart Joseph, laborer, Essex
Ereckson Erick, mate, 262 Canton avenue
Ereckson Paulino, boarding house, 20 Water
Ermyer Charles, mt. tailor, Liberty St., h 32 N.
Erpenback Henry, tavern, 167 Canton av
Erwin Alexander, clerk, 144 w Madison
Erwin Henry, laborer, 51 e Monument
Escaville Joseph B., tobacconist, 36 South
Esch Christian Hintern, cab. mkr., 36 Marion
Eschbach John E., cont'r. for paring, 6 Tyson
Escott Edward, 11 Fish market
Esherick Thomas, grocer 166 e Pratt
Eskervier John, laborer, 177s Wolf
Eskridge Wolford, laborer, 110 s Eden
Esler Elizabeth, 116 West
Esler Frederick, drayman, 430 Saratoga
Esfuld Isaac, 211 s Bond
Esline John, blacksmith, 25 Pleasant
Eslor John, carter, 432 Saratoga
Espey John, gardner, 171 Orleans
Espey William P., cooper, 223 s Ann, shop 22
Espey Wm. S., oak cooper, 223 s Ann, shop
lower end Fell
Espich John, tailor and scourer, 2 Second
Esron Charles, cooper, 168 s Canal
Esselmann Henry, cigar maker, 11 Lovely lane
Essender Dr. James, 1 Pearl
Essender James, hardware dealer, 171 Lexing.
Essender James, butter dealer, 262 Broadway
Essender Lewis, painter, 2 Diamond
Essender Theodore, carpenter, 193 Forest
Essender Thomas, car builder, 117 Hollins
Essert George, nightman, 54 Chats worth
Estabrook (Ender) & Marsh, (Chester S.) broom
and wood dealer, 115 w Lombard, h E. E. 164
Ester Adam, tailor, 189 s Sharp
Esterline Henry, laborer, 282 Alice Anna
Estlack Hiram, shoemaker, 95 Jefferson
Eslinger Christian, tailor, 135 Spring
Estom Robert, 64 Johnson
Etchberger, Capt. James, 86 s Eden
Etchberger John F., boat builder, Caroline St., h
64 Eastern av

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Etchberger Capt. Ralph, mariner, 43 s Ann
Etel Philip, tailor, 202 e Madison
Etrick Peter, 355 s Charles
Etting Barnet G., com. merchant, 68 Buchan-
an's whf., h 270 w Lexington
ETTING SAMUEL, ship and com. mt., 71
Smith's wharf, h 270 22 n Eutaw
Eual William, cooper, 385 w Pratt
Eubert Adam, shoemaker, 25 St. James
Eugenea Mar., bovs' boarding house, 86 n Chas
Euler Christopher, laborer, 181 Eastern ay
Euler Ernst, shoemaker, 184 Baltimore
Eulon Philip, watch maker, 104 Franklin
Eusar Daniel, porter, 52 Orchard
Eull George, shoemaker, 35 Perry
Eull John, shoemaker, 159 s Greene
Eust Chr., machinist, 51 Portland
Eustis Adam, tailor, 39 Bank
Eutan Frederick, 26 s Broadway
Eutaw st. Savings' Bank, n w cor. Eutaw and
Baltimore, 6 Eutaw House
Evans Alfred D., shoemaker, 208 w Pratt
Evans Alfred D., (Addison & Co.,) boot makers,
75 n Exeter
Evans Andrew, pilot, 104 s Ann
Evans Benj. F., conf,, 37, 29 w Lombard
Evans Daniel, carpenter, 228 Bank
Evans Daniel T., pilot, 117 s Wolf
Evans David, carpenter, Bethel st., h 88 s Bond
Evans David, carpenter, 52 Regester
Evans Edward, painter, 221 n Howard
Evans Evan, smelter. Clinton st., Canton
Evans Francis, engineer, 164 Lee
Evans Frederick, safe maker, 494 w Pratt
Evans George, 37 Buren
Evans Gabriel, mar., 36 McElderry
Evans George, cooper, 22 Patterson, h 84 Balt.
Evans George, assistant weighmaster eastern
hay scales, 41 Buren, (dec'd)
Evans George W., wood dealer, 818 w Balt.
Evans Geo. H., (Murdock, Duer & Evans,) 12
St. Paul
Evans Henry, tin worker, 50 Fawn
Evans Henry W. S., bricklayer, 105 s Caroline
Evans Capt. Hiram, waterman, 158 Cross
Evans Hugh Davy, counsellor and attorney, 80
w Fayette
Evans Hugh W., 197 w Fayelte
Evans Isaac, jr., 94 Fayetle
Evans Isaac, stone cutter, 45 Hillen
Evans James, 53 President
Evans Jacob, cooper, 202 Canton avenue
Evans Job & Son, carpenters, 19 Garden, h 211
Evans John C., carpenter, 79 Somerset
Evans John, tailor, 29 n Eden
Evans John, machinist, 74 Pierce
Evans John, condtr, B. & O. R. R., 491 w Pratt
Evans John, man. tin ware and dealer in house-
keeping articles, 18 Balt., h 23 n Eden
Evans John, horse dealer, 31 Washington
Evans John, collector, 98 Barre
Evans Joseph, shoemaker, 111 William
Evans Joseph, harness maker, 36 South
Evans Josh. J., keeper "Pratt st. gardens," 474
w Pratt
Evans Mary, 199 s Sharp
Evans Mary, 124 Hollins
Evans Capt. Nathan W., 364 Light
Evans Peter, 360 Light
Evans Reese, clerk, 803 Baltimore

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