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Unkles Benj., carpenter, 52 n Poppleton
Unkles Frederick, wheelwright, 172 s Sharp
Unmoth Francis, shoemaker, 57 Pine
Unrich John B., shoemaker, s e cor Pratt and
Unrich Conrad, moulder, 42 Boyd
Updegraff, De Veau (Wm. W.) & Co., hat
manufacturers, 1 s Sharp
Uplin Philip, 138 Lexington
Uppenheimer Hartz, dry goods dealer, 301
Canton avenue
Uppercue Charles, carpenter, 288 Franklin
Upperman Jeremiah, shoemak., 6 Dewberry al
Upperman John, watchman, 481 w Lombard
Upperman George, tailor, 37 Marion
Uppercq Charles, carpenter, 388 Franklin
Urick Marnaby, 375 Franklin
Usalborn Henry, coach maker, 79 Jasper
Usendult Joseph, 239 Canton avenue
Usher John, sail maker, 7 s Eden
Uster Lewis, clerk, 7 Perry
Utermohle Adolphus, barber, 24 e Pratt
Utermohle August, merchant tailor, 117 e Pratt
Uthman Catharine, tailoress, 12 Chatsworth
Utts Anthony, tailor, 1 Diamond
Uttz John, wheelwright, 48 n Schroeder
Uutofer Jacob, cabinet maker, 292 e Fayette
Uzz Mary, 81 Cider alley
Vaght Felke, gro. & liq. dealer, 79 Penn. av
Vain Edward, provision dealer, 204 Bank
Vain Thos. H., painter, 127 s Eden
Vain George, tavern keeper, 11 Holliday
Vaing James, plasterer, 174 s Caroline
Valda George, grocer & liquor dealer, 56 Clay
Vale Isaac J., whip maker, 151 w Madison

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Valentine Alex., ship carpenter, 102 s Ann
Valentine Elizabeth, dress mak., 136 w Madison
Valentine Ezra, millwright, 420 Lexington
Valentine John, hack proprietors, h 69 North
Valentine John, hack keeper, 71 Mulberry
Valentine Francis, confect., 146 Light st wharf
Valgen Henry, tailor, 245 Eager
Valiant Henry, hatter, 295 n Gay
Valiant James H., 114 s High
Valiant John F., tnrner, 99 s Exeter
Valiant John, shoemaker, 196 e Pratt
VALIANT WM. THOMAS, importer of and
dealer in china, glass and queensware, 222 w
Valiant Henry, engineer, 253 Light
Valiant Julia Ann, 364 n Gay
Valiant Rev. Theodore, 41 s Greene
Vallee Mary A., tailoress, 217 e Monument
Vallee Joseph A., 156 Aisquith
Vallet Church, 217s Howard
VALLETTE JEROME C., grocer and tea
dealer, 88 Baltimore, h 33 Holliday
Valnuck Frederick, shoemaker, 61 Gough
Valso John, confectioner, 94 Chew
Valt Francis, 56 Park
Van Bibber Mrs. Lucretia, 125 n Charles
Van Bibber, Dr. W. Chew, 114 Saratoga
Vanboken Fred'k, cabinet maker, 332 s Bond
Vancar John, laborer, 41 Elizabeth
Vance James H., boiler maker, 105 Granby
Van court John, harness maker, 82 s Broadway
Vandaniker Jacob, plasterer, 6 Hoffman
Vandaniker Joseph, oyster dealer, 192 Garden
Vandaniker George, engineer, 192 Garden
Vandehoit Charles, shoemaker, 46 Hillen
Vandolph Harmon, cabinet maker, 385 w Pratt


Updegraff, DeVeau & Co.

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