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Matchett's Baltimore Director For 1855-56
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Kennard Alex. A., agent Perm Mutual Life
Insurance Co., 59 Second
Kennard (Richd.,) &Ferguson (Jas.,) block and
pump makers, 10 Thames
KENNARD GEORGE J., grocer, 235 n Gay
Kennard Joseph, carp., 157 Washington
Kennard Richard, (K. & Ferguson,) h 164 Ann
Kennard Wm. H., 296 w Fayette
Kennard Wm. H. jr., carver, 155 w Fayette
Kennedy Alexander, drayman, 194 n Eden
Kennedy Alexander, druggist, 716 w Baltimore
Kennedy Andrew laborer, 45 Barnes
Kennedy Anthony, 54 St. Paul
Kennedy Ann, dressmaker, 127 w Madison
Kennedy Catherine, grocer, 12 s Front
Kennedy Dennis, 13 Willow
Kennedy Elizabeth, 73 Raborg
Kennedy Edward, grocer, 230 e Madison
Kennedy Feliz, gro. & liq, deal., 160 McHenry
Kennedy Francis, laborer, 31 Walnut alley
Kennedy Henry, laborer, 570 w Lombard
Kennedy Henry, laborer, 11 n Amity
Kennedy James P., second hand furn. dealer
34 Penn. avenue
Kennedy Jane, 30 Holliday
Kennedy John P., 29 n Calvert
Kennedy John, 238 Preston
Kennedy John, boarding house, 18 Eastern av
Kennedy John, carter, 185 Vine
Kennedy John, laborer, 106 William
Kennedy Lawrence, laborer, 260 s Eutaw
Kennedy Martin, garbage carter, 172 York
Kennedy Mary, 193 s Caroline
Kennedy Mary, 162 Canton avenue
Kennedy Michael, machinist, 4 s Oregon
Kennedy Paul, grocer, 243 Chase
Kennedy Rebecca, drv goods dealer, 157 Forest
Kennedy Robt., (S. P. Church & Co.,) 2 Jordan
Kennedy Rosanna, 16 e Lombard
Kennedy Sarah, tavern, 19 Center market
Kennedy Tim., shoemaker, 408 w Fayette
Kennedy Wm., fireman, Boston St., e of Leakin
Kennedy Wm., (W. Jenkins & Sons,) h n of 274
York avenue
Kennedy Wm. W., (Jno. & Jas. Williams &
Co.,) h 133 Hanover
Kenner George, 89 Johnson
Kenner Michael, 31 Dallas
Kenney Jas., shoemaker, Elliott St., Canton
Kenney Jeremiah, gro. and liq. dealer, 54 North
Kennie Frederick, sailor, 89 Dallas
Kenny Cornelius, tailor, 173 Columbia
Kenny Jas., blacksmith, 230 Columbia
Kenny Margaret, 27 Center market
Kenny Mary, 180 Chesnut
Kenny Mary, 209 e Lombard
Kenny Matthew, 31 Carpenters' alley
Kenny Thos., conductor railroad, 149 Hollins
Kenny Thos., bricklayer, 282 n Gay
Kenon John, watchman, 48 Mulberry
Kenow Henry, laborer, 171 s Dallas
Kenrick John tailor, 7 Regester
Kenrick Rt. Rev. J., archbishop, 106 n Charles
Kensley Haw, sailor, 50 Dallas
KENSETT THOS. & CO. (Ira B. Wheeler)
preservers of fresh provisions, oysters, fruits
&c., w Falls avenue, h Reisterstown road
near Toll gate
Kensey Sarah, fancy store, 101 s Caroline
Kensheler Michael, 53 Chapel

187 KER



Manufacturers of all kinds of

Stamped, Plain and Japaned







Kent Ann, 298 Franklin
Kent Daniel, h 77 McCulloch
Kent Edward E., huckster, 392 Lexington
Kent Elsey, 495 w Fayette
Kent Ellen E., milliner, 449 Baltimore
Kent Thos. H., of Joseph & Co., general com.
merchants, 84 Light st wharf
Keogh John, carpenter, 244 Franklin
Kephart & Darby (Benj.,) wholesale dealers in
foreign fruits, and confectioners, 296 Balt.
Kephart John, tailor, 400 Harford avenue
Kephart John, tailor, 75 e Lombard
Kepler Andrew, tailor, 147 e Pratt
Keisling Andrew, shoemaker, 18 Fountain
Keizmer Daniel, tailor, 357 Saratoga
Kepler George W., tobacconist, 238 n Gay
Kepler Mary, 20 George
Kepler Thomas, laborer, 29 Bank
Keplinger Mary, 142 Vine
Keplinger Rosanna, 131 Ensor
Kerback John, furniture wagoner, 260 Madison
Kerby James H., shoemaker, 285 Canton av
Kerchner Francis W., shoema'r, 169 w Fayette
Kerchner Fredk. A., carrier Sun, 119 w Fayette
Kerhoff Colin, laborer, 222 Dover
Kermode Wm., fancy goods dealer, 91 n Eutaw
Kern Charles, surgical instrument maker, 236
Kern John, shoemaker, 136 Scott
Kern Simon, tailor, 5 Walker st






No. 169 West Fayette Street,

Opposite the Liberty Engine House,


Opera Boots, Kid and Cloth Gaiters, Patent
Leather, and Calf Skin Boots and Shoes of all
descriptions, Wholesale and Retail.

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