clear space clear space clear space white space
 r c h i v e s   o f   M a r y l a n d   O n l i n e

PLEASE NOTE: The searchable text below was computer generated and may contain typographical errors. Numerical typos are particularly troubling. Click “View pdf” to see the original document.

  Maryland State Archives | Index | Help | Search
search for:
clear space
white space
Matchett's Baltimore Director For 1855-56
Volume 565, Page 82   View pdf image (33K)
 Jump to  
clear space clear space clear space white space


Cox Perry, coach trimmer, 9 Dewberry alley
Cox Susan, 99 Lee
Cox Stephen G., bricklayer, 102 n Caroline
Cox Wm. F., collector 19 s Bond
Cox Wm. H , merchant tailor, 551 Baltimore
Cox William, tobacconist, 402 Monument
Cox William, fish dealer, 229 Biddle
Cox William, clerk, 63 Holland
Coxon Charles, potter, 158 s Caroline
Coy Bryan F., dentist, 99 Saratoga
Coyle Bernard, grocer and provision dealer, 432
w Lombard
Coyle John, ship carpenter, 66 Hamburg
Covle John, tavern keeper, 16 Centre
COYLE TERRANCE P., surg dentist, 105
Cozens Stephen, blacksmith, 162 s Howard
Cozine Mary Ann, 208 Forest
Crabbe John E. R., clerk, 73 Camden
Craft Charles, hatter, 87 s High
Craft Daniel Parker, halter, 32 York avenue,
h 16 Centre
Craft Eliza, 49 Lexington
Craft Jacob, oil and paint dealer, 23 Cheapside
h 38 s Eutaw
Craft John C., butcher, 47 York avenue
Craft William, fireman on railroad, 143 n Fre-
Craft William G., hatter, h 58 Holliday
Crage James, 52 s Republican
Crager Henry, laborer, 263 Aisquith
Cragg Henry, 376 Lexington
Cragg Joseph, engineer, 54 Warren
Craggs Robert, tailor, 51 s Ann
Craggs William, cracker baker, 8 Low
Craggs Wm.., carpenter. 139 n Fremont
Craig Charles, grocer and liq. dealer, 16 Park
Craig Elizabeth Ann, 3 s Greene
Craig Horatio E., car builder, 89 Garden
Craig James, wood corder, 128 Hughes
Craig John, type caster, 250 e Monument
Craig Lel., 563 w Lombard
Craig Josiah, 30 L Church
Craig Robert, dry goods deal, 22 Centre market
Craig William, clerk, 70 Albemarle
Crain John, liquor dealer, 78 Cross
Cramblet Stephen, bricklayer, 348 Mulberry
Cramer, Rev. D'1, 63 Short
Cramer Joseph, moulder, 47 Scott
Cramer Henry, shoemaker, 85 n Gay
Cramer Francis, cabinet maker, 181 Canton av
Crammer Christian, grocer and liquor dealer,
203 Eastern avenue
Crampton Oscar S., clerk, 3 Pearl
Cramul Thomas A., carpenter, 262 Mulberry
Crane And. Fuller, (Wm. C. & Co.,) h 295 w
CRANE BENJAMIN & CO., wholesale silk
and straw goods dealer, over 229 Baltimore,
h B. C. 62 w Madison
Crane John, liquor dealer, 78 Cross
Crane Mary, milliner, 152 n Gay
Crane Edmond, laborer, 111 Cross
Crane Rachel, 16 Exeter
Crane T. R , (Diffenderffer & Crane,) 44 Lex-
ingt n
Crane Dr. Wm. B., 254 Lexington
CRANE WILLIAM & CO., hide and leather
dealers, s e corner Cheapside and Water-st.,
h W. C. 180 w Lombard
Crangle James E , brickmaker, 128 Columbia

82 CRE

Crangle John, grocer and liquor dealer, 294
Cranmer Franz, cabinet maker, 181 Canton av
Cranwell George, 30 s Republican
Crapin Capt. Samuel, mariner, 87 Orleans
Crapster Wm. L., forwarding and commission
merchant, 120 n Howard, h 121 Eutaw
Crasie Henry, shoemaker, 131 Hillen
Cratzer Aug., tailor, 2(52 Hanover
Craut Abm., fancy store, 84 Harrison
Craven James H., baker 323 Franklin
Craver Harriet J., 64 s Poppleton
Crawford Alexander, h 23 Cathedral
Crawford Aud., coach wheelwright, 90 Hollins
Crawford Ann, fancy gds. deal., 42 1-2 Hanover
Crawford (Wm H.,) & Barry, (Geo. E.,) pro-
prietors spice mills warehouse, 62 South,
spice mill, 40 n Dallas
Crawford Charlotte, 21 n High
Crawford Dixon, backman, 39 Tyson
Crawford Jacob, carpenter, 57 s Paca
Crawford James, 9 n Bond
Crawford James, pedlar, 25 May
Crawford James W., chair ornamenter, 104 n
Crawford Capt. John A., 345 Canton avenue
Crawford Lewis, engineer, 530 w Lombard near
Crawford Patrick, 210 Raborg
Crawford Robert K., bacon dealer, 178 e Monu-
Crawford Wm. M., jeweler, 7 n Frederick, h
Baltimore-st, 1 door w Ann
Crawford Samuel, cigar maker, 27 Washington
Crawford Wm., agent citizen line Phil steam
boats, foot Union dock, h 41 Albemarle
Crawford Wm. F., 48 Conway
Crawford Wm. H., (C. & Barry,) h e Pratt 2
doors from Exeter
Crawley Bernard, book deal., Elliott
Crawley Mrs., 92 Madison
Cravton Aug., 42Columbia
CREAGER JONATHAN P., bookseller, 518
Baltimore, h 327 w Lombard
Creagh Thomas, 124 Washington
Creagh William, millwright, 14 Thames
Creamer Alexander, saddler, 388 n Gay
Creamer Elizabeth, 93 n Fremont
Creamer David, com. lumb. mt., e Falls av and
cor Forest st and Harford av, h cor Ensor
and Monument
Creamer Jacob, blacksmith, 176 Biddle
Creamer John, gas fitter, 51 St. Mary
Creamer John, confectioner, 645 Baltimore
Creamer John F., brickmaker, 106 Scott
Creamer Mrs. 161 e Monument
Creamer Mrs. Joshua, 142 e Monument
Creamer Thos., lumber merchant, w Falls
h 123 s High
Creamer Wm., tavern keeper, 44 Camden
Creane Charles, bricklayer, 38 Centre market
Creckler Frederick, laborer, 143 s Exeter
Creaty Conrad, tailor, 42 Clay
Creery Rufus, teacher, 334 Saratoga
Crege Thomas, sailor. 16 Henrietta
Creig John, laborer, 5 Bolton
Creigh George W., ship carp , 128 Broadway
Creigh Michael, carpenter, 29 Rose
CREIGHTON FRANCIS, furniture wareh'se
41 South
Creighton E., 70 Henrietta

clear space
clear space
white space

Please view image to verify text. To report an error, please contact us.
Matchett's Baltimore Director For 1855-56
Volume 565, Page 82   View pdf image (33K)
 Jump to  

This web site is presented for reference purposes under the doctrine of fair use. When this material is used, in whole or in part, proper citation and credit must be attributed to the Maryland State Archives. PLEASE NOTE: The site may contain material from other sources which may be under copyright. Rights assessment, and full originating source citation, is the responsibility of the user.

Tell Us What You Think About the Maryland State Archives Website!

An Archives of Maryland electronic publication.
For information contact

©Copyright  October 10, 2023
Maryland State Archives