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Matchett's Baltimore Director For 1855-56
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Veber Charles, tailor, Burke st Canton
Vectil George laborer, 200 Bethel
Vehant Andrew, machinist, 184 William
Veickel Christian, wheelwright, 21 Garden
Veitch Rev. Eldridge R., 202 Eastern avenue

Veith Martin, tailor, 8 Valery

Veklaen Aaron, locksmith, 87 Bank, h Bond

Velander ———— & Co., coopers, 16 Ellicott

Vennck Casper, blacksmith, 31 Fountain

Venser Albert, wheelwright, 84 Harrison

Venyiel George, cabinet maker, 18 Regester

Venz Philip, tailor, 10 Leadenhall

Veort Peter, blacksmith, 306 s Bond

Verplar John, boiler maker, 26 Giddings
Vequesney Charles, French teacher, 36 Ross

Verlander Julia Ann, 66 Orleans

Verliger Chas. Frederick, artist, 36 Somerset

Vermot Henry, French consul, of. 52 s Gay, h

79 St. Paul

Verner John, huckster, 161 s Sharp
Vernetson Wm., pr. exchange office, h 79 e

Vernum Wm., carpenter, 71 Barre

Verssmann Geo., confectioner, 230 Canton av

Vertz Henry, cabinet maker, 8 State

Vesey John, shoemaker, 5 Pleasant

Vessenberg Henry, cabinet mkr. 40 n Frederick

Vesle Wm., wheelwright, 61 Preston
Vetemire Wm, cooper 73 Portland
Vetter George, carpenter, 37 China alley
Vetter John, stone cutter, 62 James lane
Vey Frederick, gro. and liq. dealer, 10 L. Paca
Vey Henry P., saddler, 131 Penn. avenue
Viaene John, merchant tailor, over 217 Balto
Vian Henry, shoemaker, 50 Short
Viche Charles, tailor, 94 n Canal
Vicker John, 85 Johnson

Vickers Ann E., 82 Union

Vickers Albert, (Joel V. & Son,) h 85 s Sharp

Vickers Ezekiel, Hudson st., e of Boston
Vickers George R. & Co., millers and commiss.
merchants, Commerce, h G. R. V. 95 Sharp
Vickers Greenbury 205s Charles
Vickers Henry, tailor, 213 e Pratt
Vickers Jesse, painter, 35 n Eden
Vickers Joel & Sons, flour merchants and mil-
lers 55 Commerce h J. V. 87 s Sharp
Vickers Joseph, laborer, 10 Abbey alley
Vickers Mary, 322 Eastern avenue

Vickers Mary, 45 s High

Vickers Wm., carpenter, 158 Hoffman
Vickers Wm., grocer, cor Camden and Charles,

h 97 s Paca

Vickerswell Wm., baker, 22 Sarah Ann
Vickward Aaron, confectioner, 97 Ross
Victory Joseph, dry gds. dealer, 147 Lexington

h 188 Saratoga

Victory Sophia, 348 Harford avenue
Vielt Sebastian, tavern keeper, 75 Hanover
Viernegar Frederick, tavern, 2 Swan
Vilkink Henry, Chesapeake st., Canton
Vince Henry, ship carpenter, 97 Eastern ave
Vincent Albert, tailor 49 n Canal
Vincent Christopher, shoemaker, 68 Jefferson
Vincent James, 92 Hill
Vindinger Aug., 36 n Spring
Vine Mitchell, grocer, 9 Neighbor
Vineburg Abm., shoemaker, 103 Low
Vinegar George, 191 Henrietta
Vinegar Henry, tailor, 277 Hanover
Viney Douglass, 17 Perry

348 VOL

Vingelmire John, boiler maker, 283 n Howard
Vinicker Henry, 48 Philpot
Vink Wm., paper maker, 215 Hollins
Vinkler Jane, 143 e Lombard
Vinton Perry S., ship carp. 182 Montgomery
Vinton Robert S., tinner, 105 e Fayette
Vinton Thomas, carpenter, 83 s Ann
Vinyard Henry, huckster, 83 Harmony lane
Vinyard James, butcher, 3 Mulberry
Vinyard Mary, 185 e Lombard
Visage Ann M., 40 Abbot
Visher John, carpenter, 102 n Schroeder
Vismutz Charles, machinist, 94 Hollms
Vitzler Philip, 188 Alice Anna
Vize Jacob, laborer, 181 Canton avenue
VOCKE CLAAS & CO., commiss. merchants,
120 s Charles opposite tobacco warehouse No.
5, h C. V. 24 Camden
Vocke Frederick, painter, 67 Mulberry
Vockey M., 208 Hollins
Vode Wm., shoemaker, 248 s Sharp
Voelker Michael, shoemaker, 99 North
Vogel Antoine, cabinet maker, 199 n Exeter
Vogel Lewis, carpenter, 120 Henrietta
Vogeler August, druggist, 9 s Liberty, h 145 s

VOGELER C. H., hosiery and trimmings deal.,
103 Baltimore



Wholesale and Retail Dealer in


Gloves, Fringes, Yarns

Knitting Cotton, Zephyr-Worsted, Canvas,


Drawers, Suspenders, Buttons,

Tapes, Needles, Thread, Bindings, &c., in

every variety, at the lowest prices,


A few doors below South Street,



Vogel Casper, milkman, 238 s Paca
Voger John, tailor, 111 York
Vogle Andrew, shoemaker, 287 Alice Anna
Vogler Henry, tailor, 148 s Eutaw
Voglesong Edward, cabinet maker, 25 Perry
Vogt Frederick, locksmith, 37 Perry
Vogt George A., tailor, 53 Pearl
Vogts John, blacksmith, Alice Anna st., Canton

Vogts Peter, tav. keeper, Clinton st, s of Boston
Vogts Wm., tavern, 31 Fell
Voight David R., carpenter, 109 n Fremont
Voight George, cooper, 109 n Fremont
Volandt Christian, (Hill & V.) h 35 Concord
Volandt Delia, 164 Stirling
Volck Dr. Adalbert, dentist, 75 Lexington
Volf Frederick, cabinet maker, 194 s Bond
Volk Charles, shoemaker, 39 Chatsworth

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