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Matchett's Baltimore Director For 1855-56
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MAR 21

Markland Michael, cabinet maker, s Dallas
Markland Sarah, tailoress, 63 Pine
Markland William T., carpenter, 163 Dover, h
Marks Aaron, cigar maker, 63 Orleans
Marks Francis, rigger, 274 Alice Anna
Marks Frederick, rigger, 80s Wolf
Marks Henry, baker, cor. Pratt and Ann
Marks John, carter, 496 w Lexington
Marks John, pedlar, 29 Center market
Marks John L., hatter, 33 n Eutaw
Marks Peter, tailor, 174 s Canal
Marks Thomas, carpenter, 78 Regester
Marley James, 51 Poppleton
Marley John, carpenter, 82 n Poppleton
Marley Richard, ladies' shoemaker, 155 Pearl
Marr Ann, 134 Boyd
Marr George, gro. and liq. dealer, 27 York
Marr James D , grocer, 829 Baltimore
Marr John, laborer, 621 Pennsylvania avenue
Marr John, cooper, 370 Eastern avenue
Marr Levi, blacksmith, 6 s Oregon
Marr Towson, carter, 186 e Ramsay
Marr Kate, emb. and fancy goods dealer, over
144 Baltimore
Marrekah John, tailor, 1 s Regester
Marriott Barz., clerk, 324 w Pratt
Marriott Elijah J., iron moulder, 37 n Poppleton
Marriott George H. H., tobacconist, 460 Balt.
Marriott John H., ladies' shoemaker, 161 e Pratt
Marriott Rich'd W., merchant, 28 Sharp
Marriott Sarah J., 98 Saratoga
Marriott Thomas, potter, s Canal
Marriott Thomas, wood corder, 10 Ross
Marriott Waters, stone cutter, 63 n Schroeder*
Marron John, machinist, 117 Peirce
Marron Patrick, 142 Ross
Marrow Chas. F., clerk, next 224 Howard
Marrow Isaac, property agent, 222 Franklin
Marrow Wm., blacksmith, 140 s Canal
Marsden Edward, laborer, 57 Dewberry alley
Marsden Elias, (Johnston & M.,) 206 Madison
Marsden Jas. B., carpenter, 26 Morris alley
Marsden John H., carpenter, 7 Mulberry, h 100
Marseillas Charles, grocer, 113 n Bond
Marsellas John, boot and shoe store, 33 n Gay
Marsfelder Lewis, baker, 90 Dover
Marshchester S., (Esterbrook & M.,) boards at
Franklin hotel, High street
Marsh Eliza S., 19 Front
Marsh George, shoemaker, 445 n Gay
Marsh Salem, tailor, 294 Madison
Marsh Henry C., hatter, 118 Franklin, h 165
Marsh Isaac, shoemaker, 181 Dallas
Marsh John, tailor, 224 Bethel
Marsh Lndwick, laborer, 45 Beuren
Marsh Washington, (M. & Bro..) 54 Barre
Marsh Wm. G., (M. & Bros.,) 82 Sharp
Marsh Sydenham, cabinet maker, 39 Aisquith
Marsh William, officer railroad, 31 Orchard
Marsh Wm., laborer, 289 s Charles
Marshall & Co., drug, and chem. 51 n Calvert
Marshall Charles, tailor, 14 Gough
Marshall buildings, 39 St. Paul
Marshall Danl., machinist, 101 s Bond

MARSHALL CHARLES, attorney at law

Law buildings, No. 8, cor St. Paul and Lex-

Marshall Elizabeth, 4 Pin alley

215 MAR

Marshall Ellen, 370 Saratoga
Marshall Alexander, laborer, 8 Bevan alley
Marshall Edward A., leather inspector, 126 e
Marshall Elizabeth, 108 Gough
Marshall Ennals J., mate, 26 Jackson
Marshall George, shoemaker, 94 Franklin
Marshall Henry, mason, 88 George
Marshall Dr. John S., 425 w Fayette
Marshall John, grocer, 24 Gough
Marshall John, blacksmith, 152 n Fremont
Marshall Capt. Levin, 12 e Lombard
Marshall Lewis, butcher, 771 Penn. avenue
Marshall James B., shoemaker, 304 e Madison
Marshall Jane, 40 s Schroeder
Marshall John, butcher, 495 Light
MARSHALL JOHN, lottery broker, office 29
w Pratt, h 173 w Fayette
Marshall John E.. bricklayer, 269 e Lombard
Marshall Luke, laborer, 140 McHenry
Marshall Mrs., 104 e Madison
Marshall Capt. Philip S., 225 e Pratt
Marshall Sarah, 182 Montgomery
Marshall Solomon, laborer, 165 Bank
Marshall Stephen, huckster, 172 Gough
Marshall William, cooper, 48 Aisquith
Marshall William, sailor, 179 Hughes
Marshall Hon. Wm. L., judge Court of Com.
Pleas, 7 Law buildings, Lexington, h 15 Mul-
berry w St. Paul
Marshall Wm., ship carpenter, 299 Canton av
Marshek Joseph, shoemaker, 597 Penn. av
Marsters Joseph D., daguerrian artist. 147 Lex-
MARSTON & BRO., (Fred. W. & Joseph R.,)
wh. dealers in china, glass and earthenware,
246 Baltimore.



Importers and Dealers in




No. 246 Baltimore Street,



Marston John H., carpenter, 83 Mulberry
Marston Linton W., china dealer, 41 n Eutaw
Marston Frederick W., (M. & Bro.,) h 357
Marston Joseph R., (M. & Bro.,) 169 w Fayette
Marthalane Mrs., grocer, 32 Hollins
Marthlas George, shoemaker, 9 Pine
Martiacq John, boarding house, 255 Alice Anna
Martiacq Joseph, shoemaker, 597 Penn. avenue
Martien Wm., carpenter, Peirce w of Fremont
Martin Bernard, laborer, 149 Franklin
Martin Calv., pattern maker, 206 Saratoga
Martin Catharine, 203 s Charles

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