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Matchett's Baltimore Director For 1855-56
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Shuckley Charles, gro. and liq. dealer, 112 Ross
Shuffield John, carpenter, 148 n Canal
Shuldix Lawrence, cab. maker, 144 s Caroline
Shular George, cooper, 54 Durham
Shult John F., machinist, 20 Boothe
Shulthais George, 182 s Bond
Shulthais Peter, cabinet maker, 195 n Canal
Shultman Dorothea, 28 Lee
Shultz Anthony, tanner, 86 e Lombard
Shultz Arnold, 17 Park
Shultz Chnrles, laborer, 110 Scott
Shultz Charles, 273 s Sharp
Shultz Elizabeth, 99 Ross
Shultz Henry, tailor, 29 Chapel
Shultz Henry, carpenter, 108 Ross
Shultz John, cabinet maker, 46 Cross
Shultz Margaret, 68 Canton avenue
Shultz John, provision and liquor dealer, 170
Sarah Ann
Shultz Philip, tailor, 72 s Fremont
Shultz Conrad, baker, 421 Saratoga
Shultz Edward F., (D. Martin & Co.) h 125
Shultz Conrad, 160 Sarah Ann
Shultz Delia, Castle alley s of Pratt
Shuliz Ernest, piano maker, 5 Sterrett
Shultz George A., stone cutter, 22 Haw
Shultz Henry, painter, 241 s Ann
Shultz Henry, confectioner, 95 Penn. avenue
Shultz Jacob, basket maker, 706 Penn. avenue
Shultz Jacob, cigar maker. 172 n Exeter
Shultz Joshua, copper smelter, Clinton s Boston
Shultz Joseph, 46 Biddle alley
Shultz Mary, 166 e Baltimore
Shultz Thomas, dry goods deal., 142 e Lombard
Shultz William, potter, 338 e Lombard
Shulz Matis, shoemaker, 11 Boothe
Shulz William, baker, 30 Pearl
Shulz Randolph, carver, 101 Spring
Shumar George, tailor, 215 e Pratt
Shambert John, weaver, 255 Hughes
Shumold Margaret, 236 n Howard
Shunk John, laborer 186 Alice Anna
Shupank Ar., 56 Eastern avenue
Shupple Charles, laborer, 12 Shakspeare
Shurlds Edward, bacon cutter, 367 Saratoga
Shurles Mary E., 355 Lexington
SHURTZ WILLIAM D., commission mer-
chant and wholesale dealer in fish, cheese
& butter, 11 Commerce, h Bolton n of Hoffman
Shusher Henry, laborer, 206 Bethel
Shuster John, blacksmith, 21 n Amity
Shuster Joseph, laborer, 107 West
Shuter James, jr., 184 n High
Shutt Augustus A., conductor R. R., 133 n High
Shutt John, chief mate, 159 Bank
Shutt John H., shoe dealer, Baltimore, h 257
w Fayette
Shatter Francis, grocer, 794 Balt
Shutz John, baker, 202 Alice Anna
SHUTZE AUG. D., boot and shoe maker, 15
Light, h 161 Stirling
Shuvenstuhl Thomas, tailor, 101 Regester
Shumenn Adolph., tail r, 61 Sharp
Shwartz Andrew, druggist, 310s Bond
Sibar John, carpenter, 236 s Charles
Sibar John, 267 s Sharp
Sibarry Ann S., 12 s Sharp
Sibel Mary, 225 Hamburg
Sibell Francis, carter, 166 Cross
Sibert H., 242 s Sharp

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Sibert Geo., laborer, 189 s Wolf
Sibert Jacob, tailor, 311 Canton av
Sibert Aug., laborer, 68 Lancaster
Sibert Frederick, laborer, 168 Regester
Sibet Conrad, locksmith, 274 s Ann
Sible John, tailor, 477 w Lombard
Sible John, laborer, 85 Bank
Sibley Robert, (Robinson & S.,) h 599 Saratoga
Sickel Geo|ge G., baker, 19 Aisquith
Sickman Charles, glass blower. 12 Lancaster
Sicks James, pattern maker, 12 Bolton
Side John Henry shoemaker, 560 Saratoga
Sidensanrel Henry, shoemaker, 168 Stirling
Sides William, land surveyor, office 22 Second,
h 225 e Fayette
Sidsmyre Anthony, laborer, 35 Brown, near
the market
Siebal Charles, tailor, 60 Portland
Siebert Charles, distiller, 8 e Lombard
Sieck Henry, baker, 226 s Sharp
Siegel Samuel, clothier, 84½ Center market, h
115 e Lombard
Siegmann Jno. G., coffee roaster, 67 Ensor
Siemers Herman, pack, box mak., 21 s Liberty
Siepp Christian, 179 Alice Anna
Sifonster George, 2d hand dealer, 260 s Bond
Siford Frederick, 111 York
Siford Susan, 1 Hampstead
Sigmond Edw., dry goods dealer, 43 n Howard
Sigmund Ferd., shoemaker, 399 w Pratt
Siggs William, plasterer, 243 Hoffman
Sikel Henry, baker, 89 n Exeter
Silence Richard, shoemaker, 89 Orleans
Silence John E., hat dealer, 58½ Howard, h 126
Silk Michael, laborer, 30 Clay
Silk Thomas R., grocer, Chester s of Pratt
Silk Thomas R., 380 Canton av
Silkman Harman, 29 s Gay
Silliack Geo., gro. and liq. dealer, 28 Fell
Silman Peter, laborer, 57 Preston
Silman John, laborer, 34 s Canal
Sills Ann, stationery and fancy store, 4 e Pratt
Silver Aaron, mate, 77 Granby
Silver Anthony, mate, 95 Granby
Silverbeck Andrew, laborer, 226 Eager
Silvereyes Louisa, 142 Henrietta
Silversmith David, dry goods deal., 295 n Gay
Silverwood William, granite yard, 175 n Canal
h 195 n Eden
Simering Christ., tobacconist, 155 Franklin
Simering Henry, cigar maker, 9 Lovely lane
Simgle John, porter, 7 Leadenhall
Simmons John, carpenter, 14 Stirling
Simmons Mary, dress maker, 19 s Eutaw
Simmons Capt. Wm., mariner, 219 Aisquith
SIMMONS GEORGE, sail maker, Light, h 19
Simmons George, blacksmith, 53 n Amity
Simmons Catherine, 517 n Gay
Simmons George H., clerk, 5 Jackson
Simmnns Isaac, real estate, office 22 Second, h
119 Mulberry
SIMMONS JAMES M., sail maker, h 131
Simmons Melinda, 204 Harford road
Simmons William, machinist, 114 Cross
Simmont Frederick, brickmaker, 146 Lee
Simms E.lgar C., proprietor dairy, 36 n Front
Simms Joseph, office 134 w Lombard, h 189

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