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Matchett's Baltimore Director For 1855-56
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KAL 183

Kalvelage John W., gro. and liq. dealer, 307 s
Kaman John, laborer, 21 Britton's court or Col-
vert alley
Kamerer Godfred, shoemaker, 334 Montgom'y
Kammer William, baker, 286 s Charles
Kander John, stove and tin worker, Hanover, h
229 s Sharp
Kane Emily, 119 s Sharp
KANE COL. GEORGE P., pres. Merchants'
Exchange, Exchange Place
Kane Godrupt, (K. & Brook,) h Britton
Kane (Godrufk,) & Brook, (Rich'd H.,) brok
ers, 18 North
Kane James, shoemaker, 12 Davis
Kane James, tavern, 100 Cathedral
Kane Joseph, laborer, 65 Bethel
Kane John, laborer, 362 s Sharp
Kane John, laborer, Patapsco St., s of Canton av
Kane Mary, 201 Holliday
Kane Martha, 320 Forest
Kane Patrick, carter, 174 Conway
Kane Patrick, shoemaker, 141 Henrietta
Kane Thomas, lottery and exchange office, Fay-
ette, h 398 n Gay
Kane Thomas, 53 Low
Kaneline Jacob, tailor, 17 Giddings
Kanely Thomas, engineer, 204 Hollins
Kanick Lawrence, 130 Lancaster
Kann (Sol. J.,) & Dyrenfurth, imps, hardware,
7 n Gay, h S. K. 42 Harrison
Kann Julius, hardware dealer, 45 Harrison
Kann Julius, furniture dealer, 50 Harrison
Kann Julius, dry goods dealer, 278 e Lombard
Kann Julius, dry goods dealer, 148 s Broadway
Kanner Adam, bricklayer, 305 s Bond
Kapp Conrad, baker, 40 n Paca
Karl John, cabinet maker, 67 n Frederick
Karl Henry, shoemaker, 71 Hampstead
Karl Samuel, 37 Hampstead
Karman Capt. Charles, 38 Barre
Karmrot John, carpenter, 253 Saratoga
Karnan Bernard, grocer, 99 Watson
Karney John, laborer, 364 n Howard
Karney John, laborer, 326 n Howard
Karney Samuel, laborer, 71 Chapel
KARR RICHARD, tavern keeper, 132 Hillen
Karrick Valentine, gro. and liq. deal., h 61 Ross
Karsey Michael, 18 Baker's court
Karthaus Arnold, prof, music, 399 w Fayette
Kartman Joseph, tailor, 71 Park
Kase Fredk., brass worker, 55 s Poppleton
Kashner John, tailor, 37 Fountain
Kasmodel Fredk., tobacconist, 61 n Eutaw
Kasnear Lawrence, carpet weaver, 93 Bank
Kasten Charles, shoemaker, 90 n Exeter
Kastendike Lewis, pattern maker, 79 Boyd
Katen Eml., cabinet maker, 305 Alice Anna
Kathman John J., grocer, 20 Jefferson
Kathman Joseph, merchant tailor, 10 St. Paul,
h 71 Park
Katon Michael, laborer. 318 Forest
KATZ (John,) & LEUPOLD, (Charles,) ship,
and commission merchants, 17 German
Katz John, (K. & Leupold,) h 25 s Sharp
Katzenburg Samuel, gro. and liq. dealer, 269
Canton avenue
Kauck John, tavern, 234 s Bond
Kauf Andrew, tailor, 267 Aisquith

KAUFELT (James B.) & BUCHANAN, (Jas.

E.) produce and commission mts., 130 North


Kaufelt Jas. B., (K. & Buckanan,) h 3 Broad-
Kaufman August, shoemaker, 186 Hollins
Kaufman George H., 268 Mulberry
Kaufman Godfried F., baker, 408 n Gay
Kaufman Daniel, painter, 151 n Paca
Kaufman & Brother, clothiers, 48 w Pratt
Kaufman Jesse, 422 Pennsylvania avenue
Kaufman John C., cooper, 134 Camden
Kaufman Joseph, butcher, 370 s Charles
Kaufman Joseph, baker, 35 Harrison
Kaufman Louis, shoemaker. 31 George
Kaufman Warner, tailor, 27 Granby
Kavanaugh Patrick, clerk steamboat Columbia,
30 n Front
Kave Michael, laborer, Elliott st., Canton
Kavery John, drayman, 186 Dover
Kavery Thomas, laborer, Chesapeake st., n of
Kavner Edward, gardener, 18 Jasper
Kay John, weaver, 545 Saratoga
Kayhouse Jacob, well digger, 402 West
Kaylor George, 84 Center Market space
Kayser Charles, 184 s Sharp
Kayton Patrick, laborer, 31 Carpenters' alley
Kaytor George, butcher, 374 Harford avenne
Kaytor Mary, pr. fancy store, 29 e Baltimore
Keach Cyril W., (Smith & K.,) h 107 Conway
KEACH LAWSON P., pr. oyster saloon, 118
n Gay
Keadley George, 158 Durham
Keady John, blacksmith, 25 n High
Keah Casper, 49 Union
Kean Peter, laborer, 13 St. James
Kear Harmon, painter, 5 Fountain
Kearn Conrad, laborer, 26 Abbot
Kearn James, inspector steamboats, office Ex-
change buildings
Kearney Edward, of Mt. Vernon livery stables,
56 Center
Kearns Alex , painter, 194 n Exeter
Kearsky John, ship carpenter, 22 L. Church
Keasby Charles A., com. mt., 117 Smith's whf
Keaisar George D., grocer, 215 n Bond
Keating Michael, drayman, 74 Richmond
Kebarta John, 21 Low
Kebarta Philip, carpenter, 21 Low
Kebron Ernst, cabinet maker, 5 s Canal
Keck Enos, tailor, 109 Stirling
Keck Philip, machinist, 152 Henrietta
Keefe Andrew, laborer, 28 Rock
Keefer Jacob, cooper, 92 McElderry
Keefer John W., blacksmith, 225 Hollins
Keefer John, blacksmith, 10 Emory
Keeffer Justus, grocer, 291 Saratoga
Keegan John, huckster, 11 L. Paca
Keelan Bernard, clerk, 189 Chesnut
Keele Frederick, cabinet maker, 194 Henrietta
Keen George H., blacksmith, 25 St. Mary
Keen & Hagerty, dealers and manuf. tin, sheet
iron and japaned ware, 37 s Calvert and 12
Baltimore. See card
Keenan Daniel, blacksmith and wheelwright,
32 Barre
Keenan James, blacksmith, 49 North, h 87
Keenan Hugh, clerk, 74 Pine
Keenan Mary, 397 Lexington
Keenan John, clothier, 680 Baltimore
Keenan Owen, wagoner, 196 Garden
Keene Anna, 62 Holland
Keene Susan, 118 Sharp

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