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Chapman Jonathan J. agent. 141 e Baltimore
Chapman Nimrod, shoemaker, 77 Ross
Chapman Mrs. 163 Madison
Chappel Ann, 106 Lexington
Chappel's Chemical Works, foot Cross st s side
Chappell John G. 122 Hanover
Chappell John G. and S. M. 17 Mercer & 6 Wa-


Manufacturers and Dealers in

Lubricating, Burning,




No. 17 Mercer & 6 Water sts.,


Chappell Philip Stockton, chem. 160½ Lomb'd, h
92 Hanover
Chappell Philip S. chemist of 134 w Lombard,
factory Fed. Hill. dw. 92 Hanover
Chappell Samuel M. (J. G. & S. M.) house 53
Charchester George, watchman, 144 Harf'd av
Charcoal Works, Joseph Daiger, pr. Clinton st,
dw High
Charlie Benjamin, teacher, 180 Gough
Charles Capt. Daniel, 51 s Broadway
Charles Henry, smelter, Clinton st, s of Boston
Charles Jacob, laborer, 149 Canton av
Charles John H., laborer, 42 Hampstead
Charles Sophia, 72 Hampstead
Charlton John, rope maker, 36 Abbot
Charron John B. (Bartholo, Tiffany & Co.) dw.
259 Saratoga
Chartrand John, 257 w Madison
Chase Algernon S. (Rice C. & Co.) h 42 Court-
Chase Charles, segar maker, 3 Etna lane
Chase Daniel, (Kirkland, C. & Co.) 245 w Mad-
ison av
Chase Hannibal H., brickmaker, yard Locust
Pt. house 111 Con way
Chase Isaac H., ladies' shoemk'r, 253 n Howard
Chase Mary, 260 n Eutaw
Chase Mary, 171 s Ann
Chase Mary Ann 13 Diamond
Chase Samuel, 265 Hughes
ufacturers' warehouse, 6 s Howard
Chase Thorndyke, 83 Broadway
Chase Wells, (C. & Towner,) house 92 n Paca
Chasey Patrick, musician, 4 Webster al
Chason Mary A., 272 e Pratt
Chassaing P. J., 69 Centre
Chatard Capt. Frederick, 70 Centre
Chatard Dr. F E., 30 n Charles
Chastea Marv A., 256 w Pratt
Chefer Margaret, 221 Bethel

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Chefer Val. 212 Eager
Cheffer Leonard, cabinet maker, 200 n Canal
Cheltres Wm., boiler maker, 37 York
Chenahan Robert, turner, 113 Chew
Cheney Reverdy, morocco dresser, 18 Hillen
Cheney Wm., painter, s of 7 York av
Chenoweth Benjamin F., machinist, 289 e Lom-
Chenoweth Rev. George D., 52 w Fayette
Chenoweth Hor., 53 George
Chenoweth Mary Ann, 366 n Gay
Chenoweth Richard B., clerk, 287 Gay
Chenoweth Richard, blks., 16 Chapel
Chenoweth Richard, painter, 175 n Paca
Chenoweth Robert, confect. 30 s Poppleton
Chenoweth Thomas, carpenter, 195 Conway
Cherry Edward, tobacconist, 420 Baltimore
Cherry James W., shoemaker, 58 n Poppleton
Cherry James, cigar maker, 47 s Bond
Cherry Jane, 185 Raborg
Cherry Mary, 63 Richmond
Chesapeake Bank, s e cor of North and Fay-
ette. See appendix
Cheseborough Capt. Robert C. 41 Fawn
Chesenar Amil, 183 Eastern av
Chesner Edwin, printer, 252 Aisquith
Chesney Benjamin, wheelwright, 136 n Eden
CHESNEY SAMUEL, coal dealer, 31½ South,
house 130 Madison
Chesney Wm., gardener, 69 York
Chesnut Elizabeth, 100 Gough
Chesnut Gerard, clerk, 27 s Bond
Chesnut Samuel, cork cut., 38 s Calvert, h 36
Chesnut Wm., wh. gro. and com. merchant, 120
w Pratt, h 100 e Baltimore
Chester Lawrence, tailor, 35 Regester
Chester Wm., shoeing smith, 11 Pleasant
Cheston Galloway, 43 s Sharp
Cheveysiter Henry, tailor, 145 s Spring
Chew Dr. Samuel, 68 n Paca, h 70
Cheyney Edith, teacher, 42 n Liberty
Chickering Eldridge C., bookseller and station-
er, 232 w Pratt
Chick Martin, wharfinger, 296 s Wolf
Chiendler Robert, tailor, 113 Saratoga
Chiften John, clerk, 113 Mulberry
Chiffele Thomas P., surveyor, office 6 South, h
48 Centre
Chil Joseph, laborer, 171 s Eden
Chilaway Catharine, 70 Preston
Child John D., grocer, corner Gay and Forest,
h 91 Biddle
Child John C., grocer, 33 n Fremont
Child James W., plasterer, 86 Preston
CHILD SAMUEL, coachmaker, 29 n Gay, h
38 e Fayette
CHILD WM., com. mer. and coal dealer, 82
Childs Eleanor V., 74 Lee
Childs Elizabeth, 156 German
Childs Mary, 157 Hollins
Childs John D.. grocer, 233 n Gay, h 91 Biddle
Childs Wm., carp., 223 Hollins
Childs Zachariah, carter, 177 Orleans
Chiffette Capt. Thomas, 62 Centre
Chin Henry, 604 Light
Chip Philip, 374Ensor
Chipman George, (M. & Chipman,) 34 n Front
Chisholm Ann Eliza. 94 s Caroline
Chisholm Henry, 7 Hill

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