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Matchett's Baltimore Director For 1855-56
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Owen Bridget, 213 Light
Owen Martin, 159 Alice Anna
Owen Matilda, 83 Gough
Owen Leath, bonnet dealer, 112 Bank
Owen Basil & Son, grocers, 49 n Paca
Owen Levin, sailor, 316 Eastern avenue
Owen Jesse H... clerk, 54 Pine
Owen Thomas G., 9 Thompson
Owen Robert, tobacconist, 245 Franklin
Owenglarap John, paver, 150 Canton avenue
Owens Ann, 16 Jew alley
Owens Ann, 236 Hollins
Owens Catherine, 670 Baltimore
Owens George W.. sailor, 61 Granby
OWENS GEORGE, tavern keeper, 16 w Lom-
bard st
Owens Isaac clerk. 48 n Front
Owens James, machinist, 28 Hill
Owens James, gro. and liq. deal., 426 n Gay
Owens John, laborer, 22 Brunswick
Owens Adolph, com. merchant, Buchanan's
wharf, h 94 s Sharp
Owens Alexander, carpenter, h 246 Aisquith
Owens Bernard, milk dealer, 123 Chew
Owens Edward T., dry doods mt., cor Howard
and Baltimore, h 251 Fayelte
Owens Eliza H., 44 Hanover
Owens Israel E., blacksmith, 48 Boyd
Owens Wm., conductor of R. R., 125 Conway
Owens Wm. H., com. mt., 60 South, h 363 w
Owens Thomas M., painter, 723 Baltimore, h
533 Lexington
Owens Thomas, 147 Ross
Owens Thomas, of saw mill, 130 Washington
Owens Sophia N., 85 St. Paul
Owens Samuel, carpenter, 40 Chew
Owens Lavinia, 154 s Charles
Owings Basil & Son, grocers and com. mts., 76
Light st wharf, h 430 w Fayette
Owings Samuel B., gen. com. mt., 65 South, h
31 Courtland
Owings Dr. Thomas, 103 w Fayette
Oyeman John H., drayman, 22 Park
Oyeman John H., drayman, 217 Con way
Packe Alexander, stone cutter, 203 n Eutaw
Packer Joseph, 194 Saratoga
Packman Henry, 41 James' lane
Packman Nicholas, 29 s Canal
Packwood John E., 190 Bank
Padden Mrs., 134 e Madison
Padery George, laborer, 20 Calender
Padget Wm. A., com. mt , cor Gay and Pratt,
h 210 Biddle
Padget William, shoemaker, 149 Barre
Padget Wm. H., pro. butter depot, 232 n Gay
Padrey Charles, 17 Arch
Page Albert, 216 n Eden
Page Arthur, stone cutler, 205 Chesnut
Page Lewis, brass moulder, 107 Mullikin
PAGE GEORGE, machinist, inventor and
manufact. of patent circular saws. 5 n Schroe-
der, h 703 w Baltimore
Page, Sharp (Wm .) & Co., produce brokers,
1st floor, No. 3 Exchange buildings
Page Washington A., dealer in lumber, 182
Light st wharf, h 25 Stiles.
Page William J., 163 Montgomery
Pagel Edward, bell hanger, (E. & J. P..) cor
Division and Mosher

257 PAR

Pagel William, shoemaker, 444 Penn. avenue
Pagels George H., 161 Saratoga
Pagenstadst Joseph, locksmith, 69 Park
Pahde Charles, tobacconist, 14 e Baltimore
Pahmeyer Dr. Gudlip, 596 Pennsylvania ar
Paine Charles T., clerk, 53 n High
Paine Allen, 324 Lexington
Painter Joseph, tailor, 21 Armistead lane
Painter William, mariner, 18 Philpot
Pair John, 494 Pennsylvania avenue
Paire Eliza, 63 n Frederick
Paker Hugh F., sail maker, 20 Orleans
Palack Magnes, dyer, 258 Canton avenue
Palagano Dominick, mt. tailor, 156 Cathedral
Pallinger Joseph, dry goods dealer, 150 Camden
Palmer Chas. H., chair maker. 189 Orleans
Palmer Christopher, laborer, 42 Bank
Palmer Edward, 217 Franklin
PALMER GEORGE M., tobacconist, 21 Cen-
ter market, h 53 s Exeter
Palmer Henry, paper hanger, 146 Orleans
Palmer Miles, carpenter, 199 Garden
Palmer Samuel J., engineer, 34 s Schroeder
Palmer William, butcher, 189 Penn. avenue
Palmer Harriet, 1 n High
Palmer Dr. James C., 231 w Madison
Palmer James T., cabinet maker, 322 Franklin
Palmer Wm. P., notary public, 149 s Charles
Palst Matthias, confectioner, 145 Stirling
Palzer Joseph, tailor, 249 Eager
Palzer John G., grocer, 225 Eager
Pamerly Mark, laborer, 174 Regester
Pamphileon James, cooper, 24 Warner
Pamphilion Nicholas, finisher, 113 s Greene
Pamphilion Wm. J., carpenter, 211 Hanover
Pancoast John K., cab. mk., 208 Montgomery
Pancoast Mary A., milliner, 73 Lexington
Pancoast William P., grocer, 407 Lexington
Panetti Dr. Jacob, 291 s Bond
Pantsman Henry, 9 James' lane
Paper William, orna. painter, 163 York av
Papes Edm., tailor, 58 Short
Papp John, grocer, 59 Lancaster
Pappler Jacob, butcher. Balt, st, e of Chester
Papst Andrew, flour &. feed deal , 122 Columbia
PAPST WILLIAM, tavern, 86 Harrison
Parbeig Edward, shoemaker, 166 Eastern av
Parcus Gar., pro. oil store, South) h 105 Lex-
ington st
Pare Henry, laborer, 22 Cove alley
Park Adam, 82 s Wolf
Park John, hackman, 15 Beuren
Parker Campbell, drayman, 460 Saratoga
Parker Clement, trader, 163 s Spring
PARKER E. L. & CO., dealers in tin plate
and metals generally, 116 w Lombard, h E.
L. P. Franklin square. See Card next page.
Parker Edw'd, lab., Lombard, w of Republicaa
Parker Edward, cooper, Wine al., h 328 w Pratt
Parker Elizb. W., pr. fancy store, 81 Lexington
Parker James, drayman, 464 Saratoga
Parker John, wheelwright, 134 Cross
Parker John F., collector, 86 Eastern avenue
Parker John, weaver, 123 Peirce
Parker Capt. John W., 42 n Bond
Parker Charles, constable, 93 Richmond
PARKER C., 18 n Eutaw
Parker Elias, carter, 561 w Lombard
Parker Frederick, shoemaker. 171 Dover
PARKER JONATHAN, proprietor hotel 4 n

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