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Matchett's Baltimore Director For 1855-56
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Steam Turning, Sawing




1 door from Saratoga,


Having fitted up our Establishment with
every facility, we are prepared to execute all
orders in our line, such as Architectural and
Cabinet Turning, Sawing, and also all kind
of Patterns.
N. B. All orders from the Country and adja
cent Towns will receive prompt attention.


Shaw James F.. bricklayer, 126 n Eutaw
Shaw James W., pedlar, 8 Douglass
Shaw John, watchman, 3 Humes
Shaw John, boarding house, 30 s Paca
Shaw John, tavern keeper, 22 s Paca
Shaw John, smith in general, 81 North
Shaw John E., copperplate printer, 77 n Eden
Shaw Joseph M., pilot, 123 s Ann
Shaw Joshua, pilot, 168 s Ann
Shaw Matth.,gro. and com. mt., 16 Bowly's
wharf, h 151 n Exeter
Shaw Nichs., 68 Bank
Shaw Peter, sailor, 320 Canton avenue
Shaw Robert, music teacher, 133 s Sharp
Shaw Rula, music teacher, 9 e Lombard
Shaw Samuel H., clerk, 18s High
Shaw Sarah, 11 s Ann
Shaw Susan, 15 Colvert alley or Britton's court
Shaw Wm., dry goods dealer. Balt., h 77 Center
Shaw Wm., huckster, 140 Ross
SHAWENCORN., pr. Columbia house, cor
Pratt and Paca
Shay Patrick, laborer, 111 Albemarle
Shea John, of planeing mill, 200 Lee
Shea John H., accountant, 211 Biddle
Shea Wm., coach smith, 128 Ensor, h 15 Chew
Shealman Eliza, 654 Baltimore
Shear Margaret, 90 Lee
Shearsgrame Mary,, 8 Halfmoon alley
Shebeck John, ship joiner, 179 Gough
Sheckels John, feed dealer, 95 Conway, h 195 s
Sheckels Richard M., grocer, 710 w Baltimore
Sheckels Thomas, sailor, 22 Durst alley
Shecker John G., grocer and liq. dealer 54 Ross
Sheckles John O., 65 McHenry
Sheckles Wm. P., stone cutter, 156 Hollins
Shedt Jacob, cabinet maker, 78 s Eutaw
Sheeler Anthony, cedar cooper, 197 East
Sheeler Frederick, tailor, 348 Ensor
Sheeler Frederick, turner, 233 Canton avenue
Sheeler Jacob, shoemaker, 12 Boothe
Sheeler Wm., 216 Washington
Sheets Eliza, 111 Columbia
Sheets Henry, pattern maker, 126 McHenry
Shefar Martin, shoemaker, 65 Richmond

302 SHE

Sheffer Daniel H., carpenter, 251 Mulberry
Sheffer George, carpenter, 242 n Canal
Sheffer Philip, shoemaker, 523 Saratoga
Sheffield Frederick, tinner, 123 n Bond
Sheffield Wm.R., dry goods deal., 232 Penn. av
Shegan Michael, 70 North
Shehan John P., pilot, 45 s Ann
Shehan Michael, drayman, 85 Hampstead
Shehan Thomas U.. shoemaker, 135 Ross
Shehan Thomas, 97 s Charles
Shehide John, 3 Church court
Sheick Joseph, plasterer, 84 Ross
Sheilds Charles, laborer, 6 Webster alley
Sheilds John, drayman, 132 s Caroline
Sheilds Rachel, boarding house, 57 e Pratt
Sheirs Harmon, tinner, 32 L. Church
Sheldon James, shoemaker, 18 Williamson al
Sheldon John, shoemaker, 166 Orleans
Sheldon John, shoemaker, 22 Williamson alley
Shelhouse Wm., upholsterer, 351 Lexinglon
Sheliskey Andrew, carter, 37 L. Monument
Sheila James D., huckster, 126 s Spring
Sheller John G., 141 Carpenters' alley
Sheller (Fredk.,) & Wise (John,) liquor dealers
153 Franklin
Shelly Frederick, butcher, 309 e Lombard
Shelly John, lumber wagoner, 225 Biddle
Shelly Wm., 42 Dewberry alley
Shemenant George H., ship carp., 247 s Wolf
Shemigre Henry, laborer, 96 L. Church
Shenheffer John, butcher, 68 Chapel
Shenson Drs. Wm. & M. Cherry, dentists, 41
Sheoher Frederick, blacksmith, 69 Portland
Sheoman John, laborer, 148 s Canal
Shephard Frederick, huckster, 183 Columbia
Shephard Wm., carpenter, 141 n Eden
Shepherd Andrew, laborer, 112 s Ann
Shepherd George & Son, prs. livery stables cor
Holliday and Pleasant, h G. S. 111 Front
Sheppard Benj. P., carpenter. 418 Light
Sheppard George, fisher, 110 Cross
Sheppard George, 361 w Fayette
Sheppard John, butter dealer, 240 n Gay
Sheppard John, rigger, 253 s Bond
Sheppard John T., primer, 22 Scott
Sheppard Laura, 349 w Fayette
Sheppard Moses, 264 w Pratt
Sheppard Richd. H., artist, over 163 Baltimore
Sheppard Robert, laborer, 42 Biddle alley
Sheppard Thomas, grain, feed and com. mt., 8
Bowly's wharf
Sheppard Wm. H., coach painter, 182 n Eutaw
Shept Powel, 35 Fell
Sherdel Rodolph, cabinet maker, 98 North
Shere Mrs., 245 Madison
Sheredan Francis, tanner. 502 Penn. avenue
Sheredan Luther, blacksmith. Ill Hollins
Sherer Frederick, carter, 103 Eastern avenue
Sherer Henry, lab., 13 Cuba st., Locust Point
Sherer John, 39 e Monument
Sherer John, boiler maker, 219 Washington
Shendan Patrick, huckster, 121 n Canal
Sherky Bridget, 59 Mulberry

Sherland Bernard, 92 s Wolf
Sherley Mary, 144 Henrietta
Sherlock Christ. D., oyster St fruit dealer, 203
Sherlock John, 41 Block
Sherman Contad, laborer, 81 Lancaster
Sherman Conrad, tailor, 162 Canton avenue

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