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Matchett's Baltimore Director For 1855-56
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Johnson Charles, carpenter, 94 Dolphin
Johnson Christopher, millwright, 83 Harford av
Johnson Edward, blacksmith, 22 Durst alley
Johnson Edward, grtnite cutter, 17 s Fremont
Johnson Edward P., mate, 121 s Ann
Johnson Ezekiel C., grocer, cor Gough and
Regester, h 95 s Bond
Johnson Francis, 68 Harmony lane
Johnson Francis, shoemaker, 68 n Poppleton
Johnson George engineer. 107 Lancaster
Johnson George, engineer, 492 w Lombard
Johnson George W., shoemaker, 362 Monument
Johnson George W., druggist, 122 High, h 26
Johnson George, ship joiner, 165 Hughes
Johnson Gilbert, pro. saloon, 145 e Pratt
Johnson Capt. Henry, 122 s Ann
Johnson Henry A., carpenter, 324 Franklin
Johnson Henry T., (J. & Schauer,) h 179 s Paca
Johnson Hiram, teacher, 166 n Howard
Johnson Howard, chair maker, 69 Harford av
Johnson Isaac, lumber merch't, 62 Albemarle
Johnson Isaac, (J. & J. G.,) bacon dealer, 79
Johnson Jacob G., rigger, 82 Block
Johnson James, weaver, 125 Peirce
Johnson James M., coach painter, 148 Mulberry
Johnson James A., cabinet maker, 345 Fayette
Johnson James, laborer, 84 Orleans
Johnson James, carpenter, 960 Baltimore
Johnson James, carter, 188 German
Johnson James, boot maker, 39 Short
Johnson James, 73 Chew
Johnson Capt. James, 291 e Baltimore
Johnson James, porter, 144 Ross
Johnson James, contractor, 268 n Howard
Johnson Dr. James, 121 Hanover
Johnson James, tobacconist, 135 North
Johnson Jas., (Cunningham & J.,) 61 Aisquith
Johnson Andrew J., apothecary and druggist,
221 n Howard
Johnson Aquilla, 137s High
Johnson Ann, 33 s Ann
Johnson Ballard, broker, 24 South, h Calvert
near Lexington
Johnson Barney, laborer, n of 274 York avenue
Johnson Benj., pro. millin'y store, 85 n Howard
Johnson Charlotte, 108 Hollins
Johnson Dr. Christopher, 125 Saratoga
Johnson Delilah, dress maker, 342 Aisquith
Johnson Edward, carter, 169 s Dallas
Johnson & Co., lottery office, 1 Harrison
Johnson Fergus, weaver, 115 Peirce
Johnson Eli, drayman, 217 Biddle
Johnson Emily, 375 Franklin
Johnson Ezekiel, 110 s Dallas
Johnson Frederick, paper hanger, 54 Josephine
Johnson Gerrod, saddler, 272 n Eutaw
Johnson Hannah, 324 Franklin
Johnson Jarret D., harness maker, n Howard,
h Eutaw
Johnson John & Son, prod. and com. depot, 60
North, h North
Johnson John, grocer, 48 Jackson
Johnson John T., blacksmith, 24 Harmony lane
Johnson John Henry, brickmaker, 307 William
Johnson John M., surg. inst. mak., 283 n Eutaw
Johnson John, 93 Hamburg
Johnson John, carpenter, 135 Thames
Johnson John, ship carpenter, 162 Regester
Johnson John, flour dealer, 286 n Howard

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Johnson John, 137 Dallas
Johnson John, 141 Dallas
Johnson John, cabinet maker, 121 e Monument
Johnson John, grocer, 9 Madison
Johnson John, laborer, 117 Stirling
Johnson John, laborer, 41 Forest
Johnson John M., carpenter, 92 Washington
Johnson John, cooper, 25 Raborg
Johnson John, bricklayer, 56 s Eutaw
Johnson Joseph G., tea dealer and grocer, 659
w Baltimore
Johnson Joseph & Isaac, bacon dealers, 119 Hil-
len, h Aisquith
Johnson Joseph H., blacksmith, 125 Mullikin
Johnson Joseph, cabinet maker, 69 McHenry
Johnson Joseph, 165 e Pratt
Johnson Joshua, plasterer, 294 n Eutaw
Johnson Mary, 287 n Howard
Johnson Mary, 49 York
Johnson Mary, 454 Light
Johnson Mary, 2 Garden
Johnson Mary, 192 n Broadway
Johnson Mary J., 154 s Ann
Johnson Moses, weaver, 103 Peirce
Johnson Neville, designer and engr. on wood,
over 187 Baltimore, h 116 Aisquith
Johnson Peter, laborer, 297 Alice Anna
Johnson Philip, jr., gro. and liq. dealer, 239 e
Johnson Hon. Reverdy, n w cor Calvert and
Johnson Reverdy, jr., attorney, 30 St. Paul, (up
stairs,) h 20 South
Johnson Richard, huckster, 3 Concord
Johnson Robert, bricklayer, 56 Raborg
Johnson Robert, tailor, Bait, st., h 187 Saratoga
Johnson Robert, weaver, 7 Harmony lane
Johnson Lewis, clerk, 468 Light
Johnson Margaret, 99 s Dallas
Johnson Mrs., 255 e Monument
Johnson N. W. & Co., pro. lottery office, 1½
Johnson Missouri, 15 Hillen
Johnson Peter, 59 Union
Johnson Philip, sailor, 300 Light
Johnson Philip, tailor, 732 Baltimore
Johnson Sally, 11 Exeter
Johnson Samuel, 162 Biddle
Johnson Samuel, laborer, 186 s Howar d
Johnson Samuel M., coal agent, 251 Canton av
Johnson Samuel, 8 Pin alley
Johnson Samuel P., boiler maker, 28 L. Church
Johnson Samuel, watchman, 103 Hamburg
Johnson Samuel, 245 Carpenters' alley
Johnson Samuel, shoemaker, 37 Henrietta
Johnson (Henry F.,) & Schauer, (Martin)
merchant tailors, 20 Water
Johnson Susan, 45 Jefferson
Johnson Thomas M., 38 Williamson alley
Johnson Thomas, dyer, 178 s Dallas
Johnson Thomas, 166 n Exeter
Johnson Thomas, mariner, 5 Lancaster
Johnson Thomas, stone cutter, 146 Dover
Johnson Thomas, clerk, 120 s Caroline
Johnson Thomas, 346 Eastern avenue
Johnson & Travers, merch'ts, Exchange build-
ing, Lombard st
Johnson Wm., carrier, 172 n Caroline
Johnson Wm., clerk, 28 Albemarle
Johnson Wm., tailor, 180 s Dallas
Johnson Wm., 77 Stirling

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