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Matchett's Baltimore Director For 1855-56
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Susquehanna R. R., depots 230 Cathedral and
n Calvert
Susquehanna Canal, office 13 Lexington
Susselman John, laborer, 211 Washington
Sutcliffe Wm., machinist, 76 York avenue
Suter Alex. G., tinner, 144 n Fremont
Suter George, of B. & O. R. R., 489 w Fayette
Suter Henry, turner, 208 Aisquith, shop Uhler's
Suter James S., turner and sawyer, 11 n Fred-
erick, h 55 e Fayette.





No. 11 N. Frederick Street,

Next to the Friendship Engine House,


Keeps constantly on hand a supply of



Used in his line of business.


Suter Samuel, carpenter, 56 Hoffman
Suter Elizabeth, 668 Baltimore
Suter Bernard, clothier, 223 s Broadway
Suter Daniel, cabinet maker, 71 McElderry
Suter Mrs. Henry P., millinery, 260 n Gay
Sutherlan George, clerk, 33 Albemarle
Sutherland John, saloon, 326 Monument
Sutherland Samuel S., 40 Saratoga
Suthers Charles, clerk, 162 Burgundy al
Suthkopff Philip, printer, 175 w Fayette
Sutro R., 76 s Broadway
Sutter Sebastian, cabinet maker, 88 s Spring
Sutton Andrew I., attorney, 18 Second
Sutton George, cigar maker, 40 Thompson
Sutton James L., iron founder, F. P., h 190 w
Sutton Maria, 12 Falls
Sutton P. Dorsey, wine commission merchant,
33 s Calvert, h 79 Biddle
Sutton Thos. J., proprietor livery stables, 30 w
Lombard, h 78 e Lombard
Sutton William, carpenter, 25 McElderry
Sutton Andrew, attorney, 30 Second, h 23 Pine
Sutton William, finisher, 144 Montgomery
Sutton Catharine, 340 Eastern avenue
Sutton Solomon C., 364 n Gay
Sutton Rev. Robert, 271 w Fayette
Sutton Wm., of foundry, 82 Regester
Swab Amand, rag dealer, 111 Spring
Swab Adam, shoemaker, 21 Elizabeth
Swain Edward, plasters, 211 w Madison
Swain Jarret, police officer, 68 Mulberry
Swain John, shoemaker, 285 s Paca
Swain Capt. John K., clerk R. R. office, 128 Lee
Swain Wm., grocer, 69Ann
Swain Capt. Abraham, 49 n Exeter

330 SWI


Swallenberg Stephen H., blacks'th, 177 Raborg
Swalp John, tailor, 251 Biddle
Swamp Philip, carp., 12 Grant, h 22Chesnut
Swan Alphonso C., carpenter, 295 Eager
Swan Horace D., of post office, h 228 Aisquith
Swan William, 151 Mulberry
Swan John, bricklayer, 193 Hamburg
Swan Charles, brickmaker, 148 Columbia
Swan John, laborer, 326 n Howard
Swan Joseph, bricklayer, 193 Hamburg
Swan Thomas, butcher, 278 Harford avenue
Swancott Jonathan, machinist, 241 e Pratt
Swan Richard T., sexton 1st Baptist Church,
Sharp s of Henrietta
Swann Thomas, office South, h 68 Franklin
Swansberry Stephen, blacksmith, 6 s Amity
SWANTON COAL CO., 162 Baltimore, up
stairs, Matthias O. Davidson, agent
Swap Joseph, 66 Bethel
Swarp Christian, shoemaker, 14 Foundry
Swart Adam, laborer, 22 w Pratt
Swart Simon, 145 Henrietta
Swartz John, tailor, 303 s Bond
Swartz Leonard, blacksmith, 12 Armistead lane
Swartz Daniel, baker, 315 s Charles
Swartz Margaret, 60 Eastern avenue
Swartz Lewis, Canton av e of Burke
Swartz Simon, baker, 252 s Bond
Swartz Rev. Andrew, 236 Eastern av
Swartz Dr. Edw., Franklin square, Calhoun
Swatsanbaugh (John) & Dawland (Thomas)
wheelwrights and blacksmiths, 25 York
Swatsburg Lainhart, 42 Bank
Swatzburg Aug., cabinet maker, 9 Etna lane
Swatzburg John, blacksmith, 51 Poppleton
Swatzcorp John, carter, 148 Regester
Sweany (John H.) & Fopless (James,) grocers,
151 n Gay
Swear George, carpenter, 515 n Gay
Swearer Mrs., 65 Caroline
Sweeney Alfred, carpenter, 15 McHenry
Sweeney Arthur, 8 Jackson court
Sweeney Frederick W., grocer, 57 Stiles
Sweeney George, 204 w Madison
Sweeney James, laborer, 223 Mullikin
Sweeney Rev. Mordecai B., traveling agent,
202 e Baltimore
Sweeney Patrick, drayman, 34 Morris al
Sweeney Peter, (Stewart, S. & Co.) 49 Pine
Sweeney Wm., carpenter, 107 Preston
Sweeney Isabella, 142 Pine
Sweeney Martin, cabinet maker, 46 Orchard
Sweeney Miles, confectioner, 289 w Pratt
Sweeney Thomas, laborer, 5 Fish market
Sweet Wm. H., moulder, 209 Hanover
Sweet Adam, laborer. 179 Regester
Sweet James W., (Eaton, Bro. & Co.,) h 13
Sweet John, clerk, 2 L. Gough
Sweeting Edward T., bricklayer, 83 Chew
Sweigal Fred., ship carpenter, 52 St. Mary
Sweitzer George W. proprietor livery stables,
19 Temple, h 143 e Baltimore
Sweitzer Chas., lithographer, 53 McElderry
Swick Thorms F., ship carpenter, 74 Gough
Swick Elizabeth, 191 e Baltimore
Swidskinsey James, tailor, 45 Harrison
Swift Elisha, 184 Conway
Swift Wm. A. grocer, 155 Gough
Swift Henry, blacksmith, 1 n Amity
Swift Margaret, tavern, 39 President

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