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Matchett's Baltimore Director For 1855-56
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Stoff Henry, laborer, 238 s Paca
Stoffregan Charles, barber, 19 Penn. avenue
Stoffregan Fred., barber, 235 s Broadway
Stofle Frederick, carter, 31 Giddings
Stoglin Thos., 91 n Amity
Stokart Philip, laborer, 53 Bank
Stoke Henry, shoemaker, 139 Fremont
Stokes Benjamin, 49 Regester
Stokes John, gun smith, 154 Dallas
Stokes Martin, blacksmith, 19 Tyson
Stokes Rachel 49 e Fayette
Stokes Dr. Wm. H., 52 Saratoga
STOKES WILLIAM B., pres. Balt Coal Co.,
office cor Davis and Lex'n, h 233 w Madison
Stoll Simon, finisher, 19 n Schroeder
Stolpp John L., confectioner, 154 Saratoga
Stone Ann, 88 Eislen
Stone Ashley, baker, 136 Lexington



Successor to Lamb and Dexter.



No. 136 Lexington street,

Between Howard and Park,


Families will be furnished with Bread, Pies
and Cakes, in all their varieties, Fresh every
Morning and Evening.
Boston Tea Rolls, New England Brown
Bread, White and Dyspepsia Bread, French
Bolls, Rusks and Biscuit, Pound, Fruit, Cup and
Sponge Cake — a variety of small Cakes.
Pies of various kinds of fruit, in its season.


Stone David, watchman, 67 Ross
Stone Eliza, perceptress, 29 New Church

Stone Harriet, 47 Conway
Stone Henry, pedlar, 148 Regester
Stone Jacob, cabinet maker, 175 Carpenters' al
Stone James, plasterer, 115 Preston
STONE JAMES H., hardware dealer, 195 e










327 STR

Stone Jas. Hollyday, 23 Hollins
Stone John F., bricklayer, 93 Johnson
Stone M.elvin, bricklayer, 71 North
Stone Michael, shoemaker, 21 St. Mary
Stone Peter, carter, 171 e Lombard
Stone Dr. Thomas, 7 s Broadway
Stone Walter, grainer, 171 German
Stone Walter, painter, 86 n Front
Stone Wm., boiler maker, 30 G. Hughes
Stone Wm. cabinet maker, 154 s Fremont
Stonebraker Samuel, (Newcomer & S.,) h 223
w Lombard
Stoner John L., 168 n Eutaw
Stoner Soc., clerk, 22 Pearl
Stonfer Ann, 38 Marion
Stonkramp John, watchman, 31 Albemarle
Stoops Aaron, boot and shoemaker, 79 Hanover
Storh Conrad, tobacconist, 234 Barre
Storey Luther, carpenter, 220 e Monument
Stork Andrew, turner, 152 East
Stork Charles, jeweler, 18 s Sharp
Stork John, tailor, 398 Saratoga
Stork John T., cooper, 87 Bethel
Stork Langhorn T., cabinet maker, 65 Chew
Storm Jeremiah, pr. High st hotel, 4 s High
Storm Mary Ann, 101 n Paca
Stortz Luz., 35 s Schroeder
Story Ann, boarding house, 50 Barre
Story George T., machinist, 60 s Oregon
Story John T., mt. tailor, 448 w Baltimore, h 32
Stouffer George W., clerk, 26 s Bond
Stouffer Jacob, whip maker, 441 Saratoga
Stout Eliza, 183 Forest
STOUT HENRY, attorney at law, 76 w Fay-
Stout Henry, laborer, 59 Spring
Stout Isabella, 55 Orleans
Stout Joseph W., blacksmith, 162 Vine
Stoutsberger John, rope maker, 313 Harford av
Stoves Capt. Jas. T., 66 s Caroline
Stoves Conrad, laborer, 255 s Ann
Stover Christ., 149 Forest
Stover George W., carpenter, 16 Scott
Stow John, of saw mill, Uhler's alley, h 139
Strabel Charles, butcher, 31 Preston
Stradley George, carpenter, 410 n Gay
Stradtner Frederick, milkman, 35 Eastern av
Strahan Eben., accountant and col'r, 48 s Bond
Strailman George, 452 w Lombard
Straler Frederick, tailor. 213 Montgomery
Stramer John, cooper, 192 Eastern avenue
Stramer John, laborer, 282 Alice Anna
Stran Ann, 179 e Pratt
Stranbemmuler John, teacher, 89 Regester
Strandley Rachel, 16 Broadway
Straney Edward, machinist, 3 s Oregon
Straney John, machinist, 301 Saratoga
Stranley James T., engineer, 33 Henrietta
Strang Christ., tailor, Burke st, Canton
Strang George, laborer, Clinton st, n of Boston
Strasbing Charles, varnish dealer, 52 Harrison
Strasbough Adolph, cap maker, 32 Orleans
Strasburger Kaufman, clothier, 89 n Gay
Stratton Robert, baker, 312 n Eutaw
Stratyer Frederick, tavern, 71 Hughes
Straub Peter, shoemaker, 133 Ensor
Strauck Elizabeth, 64 York avenue
Straup Peter, carter, 190 Columbia
Straus & Hess, clothiers, 358 w Pratt

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