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Matchett's Baltimore Director For 1855-56
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Straus, Adler, (Samuel) & Hartman, (Philip)
wholesale clothiers, 221 Baltimore
Straus George, shoemaker, 226 s Charles
Straus & Brother, ship chandlers and grocers
s w corner Nicholson and Tyson sts, L. Point
Straus Gashon, pedlar, 144 s Caroline
Straus Henry, (S. & Bro.) gro. and liq. dealer,
268 s Broadway
Straus Henry & Bro., grocers, 247 Broadway
Straus L., grocer, 34 Shakspeare
Straus Martin L,, tailor, 313 and 314 w Pratt
Straus Samuel, h 139 Saratoga
Straus Mrs., 16 n Dallas
Strauss Edward, 78 Orleans
Strauss Simon, 9 Wills
Straw Philip, liquor dealer, 122 Thames
Strawbay Charles, laborer, 255 s Bond
Strawman George F., tailor, 72 Perry
Streap Matthias, plasterer, 234 Eager
Streb Nicholas, wheelwright, Ann st, h 76 Bank
Strebost Wm., shoemaker, 114 w Lombard
Streeper Charles, cooper, 163 s Wolf
STREET ABEL W., newspaper office, 280 e
STREET DAVID, Farmers' hotel, cor Hillen
and Forest sts
Street Elizabeth, 309 Saratoga
Street J. B., com. mer., 6 Bowly's wharf, h 233
Street John C., bacon dealer, 56 George
Streeter Sebastian F., teacher, 51 Lexington
Streets John, clerk, 97 Lee
Streets James B., coin, mer., 10 Bowly's wharf
h Mulberry
Streh Nicholas, wheelwright, 265 s Ann
Streney John, machinist, 323 Saratoga
Strickline Charles, 1 Regester
Strickland Henry, ship joiner, 105 e Baltimore
Strider Tal. P., pattern store, 66 n Gay
Strider Samuel V., 28 s Republican
Strider John, brakeman, 670 w Baltimore
Strider Joseph, shoemaker, 165 Columbia
Strider Charlotte, 11 Poppleton
Striebel George, grocer, 53 Aisquith
Strievig Samuel, carpenter, 239 Mulberry
Strievig Henry, carpenter, 171 Raborg, h 259
Stringland Michael, tailor, 258 Durham
Stripp Henry, shoemaker, 7 New Church
Strleaf Philip, stone cutter, 264 s Sharp
Strobea John, basket maker, 165 s Eden
Strobel George, tailor, 13 n Liberty
Strobel Henry, tobacconist, 221 Broadway
Strobel John P., 38 s Broadway
Strobel Michael, laborer, 235 Eastern avenue
Strock Christian, turner, 76 Union
Strodtman John G., liquor dealer, 38 Second
Strogan Christian, tailor, 34 n Liberty
Stroh Nicholas, grocer and liquor dealer, 158
Alice Anna
Strokaker M., carpenter, 388 Penn. avenue
Strohlein Eberhardt, watchmaker and jeweler,
78 Pearl
Strohm John F. & Co., import, brandies, wines
cigars, &c. , 48 w Lombard, h J. F. S. 32 North
Strohmeyer George, mer. tailor, 71 Sharp
Stromberg John, pr. "William Tell house," s w
corner Pratt st and w Falls avenue
Stromberger George, tinner, 231 n Eden
Stromen Michael, shoemaker, 17 Chesnnt al
Stromenger Mary, 41 Orleans

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Stromenger John, 58 Hill
Strong Alexander, carter, 41 Harmony lane
Strop Adam, carter, 55 s Eutaw
Strops Charles, shoemaker, 125 Hamburg
Stroupp Christian, cab. maker, 5 New Church
Strouse Leonard, shoemaker, 350 s Charles
Strover Michael, Brown st, between Charles &
Light, near the market
Strow William, 25 s Schroeder
Strow Conrad, laborer, 176 s Canal
Strow William, laborer, 16 Elizabeth
Strouze Henry, grocer, Broadway, h 193 Alice
Strumbager Henry, shoemaker, 98 North
Strums Adam, engineer, 1 s Front
Struckman Conrad, blacksmith, 243 Hanover
Struckler David B., carpenter, 148 Eager
Strullhoff Elizabeth, 62 n Exeter
Strutt Peter, shoemaker, 132 Hamburg
Strygood Joseph, tailor, 21 Regester
Stuart Charles A., clerk, 83 s Bond
STUART DAVID & SON, wholesale grocers,
and com. merchants, 55 Exchange Place, h
133 Park
Stuart Edwin H., (S. & R.) h 84 s Exeter
Stuart Glendy, (Hugh Bolton & Co.) 102 e Pratt
Stuart James, grocer, Lombard, h 97 e Pratt
Stuart James & Son, oil, paint and glass dealers,
77 McElderry's wharf, h 76 s Caroline
Stuart James, (D. Stuart & Son,) h 77 s Sharp
Stuart John, laborer, 9 Union alley
Stubenger, Peter, shoemaker. 227 Durham
Stubbins Charles, clerk, 143 Conway
Stubbs John, carpenter, 3 Clay
Stuchery Peter, stone cutter, 86 s High
Stuchfield Jos. T., furniture carver, 189 n Eden
shop 6 Low
Stuck Charles, stone cutter, 9 e Monument
Studsbuch (Morris) & Weilepp, (August) fancy
dealers, 20 e Baltimore
Stugate Michael, 188 Eastern avenue
Stuggart Simon, second hand store, 24 Douglass
Stump Alexander H., (Hyatt & Stump) h 268
w Fayette
Stump Andrew, tavern keeper, 52 Park
Stump Conrad, shoemaker, 30 St Mary
Stump Caspar, tailor, 199 Mulberry
Stump George, paver, 159 Stirling
Stump Hon Henry, judge of criminal court, of.
57 w Fayette
Stump James, baker, 119 Penn. avenue
Stump Valentine, shoemaker, 118 Ross
Stump Wm. Herman, 287 n Howard
Stumph Frederick, grocer, 53 n Eden
Stumph George, cabinet maker, 181 Conway
Stundell George, tailor, 210 Stirling
Stunlar John, shoemaker, 283 Hanover
Stung Henry, tailor, 51 Portland
Stungerwald Mayer, brickmaker, 245 e Balt
Stunz Conrad, shoemaker, 208 w Fayette
Stunz Frederick, hair plaiter, 67 n Frederick
Stunhofer Christian, 158 Hanover
Sturbe Casper, shoemaker, 197 Alice Anna
Sturgeon Capt. Edward G., 86 William
Sturgeon Frederick, superintendent Laurel Ce-
metery, office, 34 w Fayette, h 307 n Gay
Sturgeon Frederick, mate steamboat, 15 Wil-
liamson alley
Sturgeon Henry D., collector, 10 McElderry
Sturgeon Lindsay, collector, 10 McElderry
Sturgeon Margaret, 377 n Gay

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