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Matchett's Baltimore Director For 1855-56
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McPherson John, 115 Penn. avenue
McPherson John H. T., (McP. & Thomas,) h
13 Courtland
McPherson Robert A., dry goods dealer, 234
McPherson Saml. T., coach maker, and livery
stable keeper, Boston St., e of Chester, h
Chester s of Bank
McPherson (Jno. H. T.,) & Thomas, general
com and produce merchants, 73 South
McPherson William, 47 Hollins
McPhillips James, watchman, 271 William
McPoland Daniel, 26 Calender
McQuait William, laborer, 141 Albemarle
McQuillan Hugh, tailor, 273 e —Monument
McQuillin Patrick, 9 Armistead lane
McQuinn Mary. 120 Cross
McQuinne Ann, boarding house, 139 Lexington
McRoy John, cellar digger, 52 Preston
McShane Charles, 3 Abraham
McShane Lawrence's, gents, furnishing store,
202 s Broadway
McShane Patrick, laborer, 18 French
McShelley Ann, 158 Bank
McSherry (John A.,) & Funk (Joseph,) grocers
and com merchants, cor Franklin and Eutaw,
h 126 n Eutaw
McSherry Dr. Rich., 123 Mulberry
McSoarly Ann, 158 Bank
McStay John, 123 Britton st or Harford av
McSweeney Cath., 250 e Pratt
McSweeney John, carpenter, 52 Josephine
McSweeney Peter, laborer, 367 w Pratt
McTage Bernard, laborer, 90 Raborg
McTague Mary, 12 Mercer
McTavish Carroll, 98 Cathedral
McTeague Mary, 18 Mercer
McTomer Tim., wood dealer, 365 Light
McVey Felix, laborer, 121 Cross
McVey Hillen, grocer, 262 Harford road
McVey Samuel, grocer, (dec'd,) Harford ave-
nue extended
McVoy Paul, coachman, 1 s Fremont
McWhinney David, weaver, 547 Saratoga
McWhinney Ann, boarding house, 139 Lexing-
McWilliams Catherine, 91 s Eden
McWilliams Edward, laborer, 227 Wolf
McWilliams George, laborer, 56 Beuren
McWilliams James, 42 Fell
McWilliams Jane, 65 Forest
McWilliams Mary, grocer, 23 e Lombard
McWilliams Patrick, 67 Bank lane
McWilliams Dr. Patrick A., 57 n Front
McWilliams Robert, laborer, 218 s Wolf
McWilliams Thos., laborer. 195 Chesnut
MEACHAM (R,,) & HEYWOOD, enameled
cottage and chamber furniture manufacturers
10 n Charles
Meacham R., (M. & Heywood,) h 42 Lexington
Mead Ephraim T., 52 n Front
Mead Mrs., 66 n Bond
Mead Nichs., brickmaker, 156 Columbia
Mead Philip, boiler maker, 129 Hamburg
Meads Daniel, shoemaker, 181 Wolf
Meads Frederick, tailor, 8 Rose
Meads Henry, (Horney & M.,) Boston, e Leakin
Meads Jane, 254 Eastern avenue
Meads John, carpenter, 275 n Gay
Meads M., 181 n Fremont
Meads Moses, 65 Durham

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Meads Robert, ship carpenter, 155 s Wolf
Meads Wm. W., boarding house, 23 Thames
Meakin Samuel, painter, 85 Mulberry, h 47
Meakin Wm. bricklayer, 331 n Eutaw
Meal George H. C., dry goods dealer, 13 e Balt
Mealy Jas. O., grocer, 60 n Eden
Mearbach Henry, 197 Light
Meares Lewis, clerk, 360 Lexington
Mearis Jacob, janitor Odd Fellows' Hall, 6 Al-
Mearl Henry L., 219 e Fayette
Mearns Wm. H., gas fitter, 206 Baltimore, h 2 n
Mears Edward A. F., furniture warerooms, 6 w
Mears Thos. H., mt. tailor, 74 s Bond
Mears Wm., rigger, 224 Eastern avenue
Mecaslin Thos., milwright, 349 e Monument
Mechals George, laborer, 269 Raborg
Mechanics' Exchange, Sun building, Balt. st
Mechanics' Bank of Baltimore, s e cor Calvert
and Fayette, See Banks in appendix
over and Pratt, R. B. Dorsey, President
Mechem George, pro. black horse tavern, 111 n
Mechener Smith, book keeper, 38 Josephine
Mecher John, carpenter, 24 Preston
Mechtold Chas., shoemaker, 197 s Charles
Medairy Jacob H., (Walker &. M.,) 89 Pearl
Medairy John, engraver, 207½ Baltimore, h 81
n Liberty
Medcalf Chas., com. mt., Exchange place, h 11
Medcalf Edward, watchman, 287 n Eutaw
Medcalf E., grocer, 147 Eager
Medcalf Geo. W., shoemaker, 550 w Lombard
Medcalf George W. machinist, 513 w Lombard
Medcalf George, shoemaker, 218 Hollins
Medcalf Thos. P., engineer, 523 w Lombard
Medcalfe Chas., 11 Franklin
Medcalfe Wm. M., h 257 w Lombard
Medcalfe Dr. Wm. H., 273 Lexington
Medcalf & Rogers, grocers and commission
merchants, 60 Exchange Place
Meddendorf Henry, tavern keeper, 152 Light
st wharf
Meddendorf Wm., gro. and liq. dealer, 145
Meddis John, finisher, 216 Dover
Medinger Frederick, baker, 107 Stirling
Medinger Christopher A., baker and confectioner,
164 Forest st
Medinger Gotleib, pork butcher, 21 Douglass, h
184 e Fayette
Medinger John G , produce depot, 114 e Monu-
ment, h 160 Forest
Medinger John, foreman oil mill, 198 Penn. av
Medner George, butcher, 116 Dolphin
Medows Peter, currier, 35 n Frederick
Medsdorf John, fisher, 89 Cross
Medster Pascal, 142 s Eden
Medtart Jacob C., brewer, 340 Saratoga, h 352
Medtart Jesse L., flour and feed dealer, corner
Pratt and Howard, h 69 s Eutaw
Mee Stephen, 179 Constitution
Meedel John, shoemaker, 77 McElderry
Meegan Patrick H., shoemaker, 150 Stirling
Meehan Bartholow, grocer, 330 Canton avenue
Meehan Lewis, plaster paris man., 52 Chesnut

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