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Matchett's Baltimore Director For 1855-56
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Flemming Henry, (Oliver & F.,) h 40 Hillen
Flemming John, laborer, 83 McElderry's wharf
Flemming James, shoemaker, 121 n Gay
Flemming James R., leather store, 151 n High
St., h 166 Aisquith
Flemming Dr. John Perkins, 120 Greene
Femming John, laborer, Chesapeake st., Canton
Flemming Patrick, tav. keeper, 58 s Frederick
Flemming Samuel B., plumber, 74 Mulberry
Flemming Wm. F., 134 n Eden
Flenery James, laborer, 170 Columbia
Flenkensten Lewis, clerk, 296 Madison
Fleschman Simon, butcher, 305 s Bond
Fleshman John, 145 Regester
Fleshman Jas., machinist, Chester, s of Gough
Fleshman Moses, boarding h., 240 s Broadway
Fletcher Henry, machinist, Elliott
FLETCHER JAMES, lottery and exchange
office, 2 s Calvert
Fletcher Jeremiah H., tailor and clothier, 140
w Pratt, h 318 n Gay
Fletcher Wash'n D., coach maker, 53s Caroline
Fletcher Wm., sailor, 25 Barnes
Fletcher Wm., gunsmith, 150 Cross
Fletz George, laborer, near 52 Thames
Flenry Jos., carver and moulder, 13 e Pratt


Manufacturer of


fret & carbed Work,





N. B A new style of Looking Glass Frames
on hand, and made to order at short notice and
on reasonable terms.

Flewry Harriet, 359 w Lombard
Flewer Mary, 53 Hill
Flewry Joseph, 52 Slemmer's alley
Flick Elizabeth, 232 s Dallas
Flick Joseph, boiler maker, 8 Wyeth
Flicks Edward, harn. maker, 69 Park
Flicker John, composition orn., 16 Sterling
Flickenstein John F., laborer, 70 Eastern av
Flickenstein Peter, laborer, 70 Eastern avenue
Fling John, laborer, 73 Chapel
Flinspach Ferd. W., currier, 120 Light st whf.,
h Henrietta
Flint Mary, 161 n Fremont
Flint Frederick, shoemaker, 264 Madison
Flint Sarah A., 101 Biddle
Flishell John, capt. police, 128 Preston
Flitham Charles, blacksmith, 44 York avenue
Flitz John, laborer, 202 Canton avenue
Flock Andrew, tavern keeper, 106 Thames
Flood Elizabeth, seamstress 184 n Canal
Flood Wm., 155 William
Flood James, laborer, 5 Cross

141 FOL

Flood Thomas, ship carpenter, 4 Regester
Flord Michael, lab., Patapsco st., s of Canton av
Florey Frederick, tailor, 29 Elizabeth
Flottick Henry, potter, 191 s Bond
Flour Inspector's office, 49 s Howard
Floyd Charles, carpenter, 151 York avenue
Floyd Clement, ship carp., Castle al., s of Bank
Floyd Joseph, watchman, 23 Armistead lane
Floyd Wm., printer, 149 York avenue
Flue Jackson, weaver, 76 Harmony lane
Fluhart George, boiler maker, 10 Thompson
Fluks Edward, harness maker, 69 Park
Flumer Daniel, laborer, Eliiott st., Canton
Flynn Bartholomew, 198 Hughes
Flynn James, 180 Biddle
Flynn John, tinner, 190 Conway
Flynn Patrick, gro. & liq. dealer, 115 North
Flynn (James,) Emrich (John P.,) & Murril
coach lace man., 55 Holliday
Flynn James, engineer, 171 York avenue
Flynn James, gro. & liq. dealer, Elliott
Flynn James, (F., Emerich & Murrell,) 33
Flynn Bridget, 17 Thompson
Flynn Corn., Burke st., Canton
Flynn Lawrence, 114 Canton avenue
Flynn Lawrence, gro. and liq. deal., Elliott st
Flynn Morris, carpenter, 49 s Frederick
Flynn Anthony, 134 Canton avenue
Flynn David, bricklayer, 88 Richmond
Flynn John M., huckster, 101 Pine
Flynn Patrick, carpenter, Elliott St., Canton
Foard Addison K., (F. & Lemmon,) h 28 Pin
FOARD (Addison K.,) & LEMON, produc
brokers, Exchange buildings
Foard Addison K., (F. & Lemon,) h 28 Pine
Foehiring Louis, tailor, 117 n Bond
Fogal Francis, blacksmith, 16 Dewberry alley
Fogal John, laborer, 15 Fountain
Fogalson Jacob, gro. and liq. dealer, 75 Cross
Fogan John, laborer, 44 Dewberry alley
Fogel Andrew, 199 Lexington
Fogel Carl, tailor, 67 Hillen
Fogenbergen Geo., laborer, 136 s Exeter
Fogerman Geo., shot maker, 32 Potter
Fogerty John, Cambridge
Fogity Phoebe, 15 Warner
Fogle Henry, (Forman & F.,) h Fremont
Fogle Henry, 35 Guilford alley
Fogle John, tailor, 180 e Lombard
Fogle Leonard, tailor, 40 Maiden lane
Fogler John, brickmaker, 186 William
Fogler Solomon, (Wilan & F.) h 144 Mulberry
Foglin Adolph, stone cutter, 24 Holland
Foley Ann, china and crockery dealer. 21 Ensor
Foley Daniel J., (F. & Woodside,) h 77 n
Foley Francis, clerk, 68 s High
FOLEY (Daniel,) & WOODSIDE, wholesale
grocers and com. merchants, 37 Cheapside
FOLEY (Matthew,) & MERCERET (Francis)
prov. commission merchants, 49 Light
Foley Matthew J., (F. & Merceret,) h 90
Foley Matthew, grain and feed com. merchant
2 Bowly's wharf, h 90 Mulberry
Folked Adam, laborer, Canton st
Folk Thomas, tailor, 59 Gough
Folk George, carpenter, 21 Hampstead
Folk John, tailor, 37 Bank

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