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Matchett's Baltimore Director For 1855-56
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Reading Chas., gro. and liq. dealer, 409 w Pratt
Reading Charles, laborer, 122 Durham
Reading Lewis, locksmith, 163 Canton av
Ready Cornelius, laborer, 114 Harford av
Ready Elizabeth, Ball alley
Ready Ann, 122 s Paca
Ready Patrick, laborer, 13 Short
Ready Sam., of saw and planing mill, Canton
avenue, dw. Hanover
Reagan James, laborer, 241 Albemarle
Real Powel, tailor, 313 s Bond
Realey Capt. Wm. B.. 233 Hanover
Really W., tailor, 15 Clay
Rean Henry, baker, 26 n High
Reaney James, 1st teller Ches. Bank, 39 e Pratt
Reaney John T., clerk B. & O. Railroad Co.,
51 s Liberty
Reaney John G., grocer, 50 e Baltimore, dw 110
e Lombard
Reaney William, 110 e Lombard
Reaper Henry, cabinet maker, 170 n Caroline
Reardon John, laborer, 236 Carpenter's alley
Reardon Patrick, laborer, 23 Rock
Reardon Edward, 54 Carpenter's alley
Reardon Philip, 258 s Eutaw
Reasel Philip, cooper, 80 Lancaster
Reasin & Wetherald, arch. 113 Balt., Sun build-
Reasin Wm. H., (R. & Wetherald,) Sun build-
ing, dw 4 s Greene
Reat John, laborer, 177 s Eden
Reator Philip, cooper, 29 Giddings
Reay Wm. & Chas. H., silver plater, 84 s Bond
Reberger Joseph, laborer. 157 Stirling
Rebline Martin , shoemaker, 249 Montgomery
Rechabite Hall, n w corner Frederick and Gay
Rechburg Henry, carter, 11 s Spring
Reckrotte William, 620 Camden
Reckshouse Henry, sailor, 293 Alice Anna
Rechline Audrew, vinegar maker, 51 Preston
Red Hillen, 147 s Spring
Redan Conrad, finisher, 168 Dover
Reddall John W., carpenter, 80 McElderry
Reddian Mary, 96 Regester
Redding Joseph, wagoner, 85 Ensor
Redding Wm. A., oyster exporter, 26 Hill
Reddish John H., clerk, 50 n Broadway
Reddish Purnel, laborer, 374 Light
Reddish Robert H., waterman, 46 Lee
Reddy Sam. , sa wing & planing mill, 63 Presid't
Redeemists Society of, 101 Saratoga
Redican John, 51 w Lexington
Redicke Diekerick H , carpenter, 62 n Church
Redgrave John B , lumber inspector, 85 s Paca
Redgrave Millaminta, 491 n Gay
Redgrave Samuel, boiler maker", 232 Chase
Redgrave Samuel H, 111 Camden
Redgrave Dr. Thomas J, 111 Camden
Redgrave Wm. S., tobacconist, 38 Camden
Redman Catharine, 282 s Bond
Redman Sam., boot & shoemaker, 153 Hanover
Redman Robert, 8 Scott
Redmond Patrick, laborer, 84 e Lombard
Redmond Margaret, 3 Watson
Redmond Mary, 292 n Howard
Redmond Mary, 389 Cross
Redwood Wm. H., (Ball, Criss & Co.) dwelling
33 Courtland
Reece Capt. Joshua, 233 e Pratt

REED ARCH., 105 South

Reed Capt. Charles. 123 William
Reed Robert W., watchmaker, 624 w Balt

278 REI

REED, EASTON (Levi) & CO., stock and
brokers, Exchange Place, Lombard
Reed Frederick, moulder, 316 Alice Anna
Reed Rev. Enoch, 9 Hill
Reed Andrew, 64 Franklin
Reed Delilah A., 44 Pine
Reed Francis S., baker, 137 n Eutaw
Reed Dr. James A., 64 n Gay
Reed Capt. John W., 286 Canton av
Reed Lyman & Co., gen. com. merch. 76 So
Reed Mary, 30 Hollins
Reed Richard P., painter, 70 French
Reed Ryley, baker, 108 e Pratt
Reed Samuel, carpenter, 4 Jew alley
Reed Sarah, 3 Rose
Reed Thomas, potter, 143 Carpenters' alley
Reed Wm. L., 23 Britton st or Harford aver
Reed Wm., feed and flour dealer, 4 Penn. av
h 216 n Eutaw
Reeder Amos, machinist, foundry Hughes s
277 Light
Reeder Chas. W., engineer and machinist,
Hughes, h 28 Montgomery
Reeder Charles, engineer, 110 Hamburg
Reeder Peter, cooper, 50 President
Reel James, 39 Barnes
Reel Casper, Cambridge
Reel Ludwig, cooper, 259 s Paca
Rees Andrew, barber, 205 Light
Reese Albert, 22 Eastern avenue
Reese Andrew, grocer, 64 n Howard
REESE (G. H.) & BROS., (Charles, Thos. M.
Edward) tea dealers and grocers, 207 w Pratt
Reese Chas., grocer, Pratt st, h 307 w Lombard
Reese Charles, (R. & Bros.,) Lanvale st, near
Reese Daniel M., iron founder, h 37 Lee, fur-
nace, Locust Point
Reese Ed., (R. & Bros.,) h corner Sharp & Dover
Reese David, basket maker, 170 e Pratt
Reese Rev E. Yates, editor "Methodist Protest-
ant," 105 Conway, of. 4 North
Reese Frederick, 226 Bank
Reese Frederick, tailor, 189 Madison
Reese Ger'd H., (R. & Bros.,) h 183 w Lombard
Reese John, 92 n Caroline
Reese John, laborer, 272 s Bond
Reese John, laborer, 83 Eastern avenue
Reese John, pres. Fireman's Insurance Co.,
n Howard
Reese John E., teller Farm, and Planters' Bank
h 8 s Greene
Reese John S., guano com. agent, 10 Exchange
Reese John L , brickmaker, 84 Camden
Reese John S.jr., apothecary, 40 e Baltimore
Reese Capt. Joshua, mariner, 233 e Pratt
Reese Marcus, dry goods mer., 45 n Howard
Reese Margaret K,, 167 Biddle
Reese Philip, furniture wagon, 588 Light
Reese Rebecca, 111 Vine
Reese Stephen, blacksmith, 314 Alice Anna
Reese Samuel, carpenter, h 220 Mulberry
Reese Rev. Thos. A , 500 w Fayette
Reese Thomas L., 89 Camden
Reese Thos. M., (Reese St Bro.) 181 w Lombard
Reese Thos. M., (R. & Bros.) h 183 w Lombard
Reese Wm. S., State insp. guano, 11 Exchange
buildings, h Baltimore st
Reese William, brickmaker, 156 Sharp
Reese William, 201 Hanover

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