Milwaukee County Wisconsin
DIRECTORY OF THE
CITY OF MILWAUKEE
FOR THE YEARS
1848 – 49
A SKETCH OF THE CITY
ITS ORIGIN, PROGRESS, BUSINESS, POPULATION;
A LIST OF ITS CITIZENS OF PUBLIC OFFICERS,
AND OTHER INTERESTING INFORMATION
SECOND-YEAR MILWAUKEE: PUBLISHED BY RUFUS KING,
(1848) transcribed by Gary Wysocki
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semiweekly. Arrives Wednesdays and Saturdays 6:00 PM the parts Mondays and Thursdays 7 AM.
The northern mail via: Washington Sheboygan to Green Bay, arrive 6 PM Mondays,Wednesdays and Fridays. The parts 8 AM Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
A mail to Madison, the capital of Wisconsin, daily.
The mail to Geneva, via, Rochester and Burlington, weekly. The parts Thursday 6 AM. Arrives Friday 6 PM.
The mail to Fort Winnebago, via: Neosho and Sun Prairie weekly. Departs every Thursday 6 AM. Arrives 6 PM.
The mail to Madison, via, Oconomowoc, Hartland, Lisbon, weekly. Departs every Wednesday 1 PM. Arrives next Wednesday 12 PM.
The mail to Big Bend, via Root Creek, weekly.
RATES OF POSTAGE ON LETTERS – Letters-for a single letter, not exceeding half an ounce (avoirdupois), since not exceeding 300 miles, five cents. Sent over 300 miles, $.10. For every half ounce, and any excess over every half ounce, the same rates of postage; and when advertised, two cents on each letter, or four cents, if the advertising costs so much, additional. For drop letters (not to be mailed) each two cents.
Circulars-- for any printed circular,
handbill or advertisements, unsealed, since any distance, three cents.
Newspapers-- of 1900 square inches or less, sent 100 miles, or any distance within the same state, when sent. Sent over such distance, 1cent and a half.
Pamphlets-- for any pamphlet, or other
matter of “every kind,” that is “transmittable by mail,” and has no written communication, of 1 ounce or less,
or for a newspaper exceeding 1900 square inches, two and a half cents. For each additional ounce, or in excess
greater than half ounce, one cent.
There are upwards of 15 churches, or places of public worship, in Milwaukee. The Catholics have two completed, St. Peter’s church on Martin Street, a frame building, and St. Mary’s on the corner of Main and Biddle streets, a brick building, 103 feet by 48. The Cathedral a spacious dimensions and imposing style of architecture, is likewise in progress, and when finished will be one of the chief ornaments of the city.
There are three Episcopal churches, all framed buildings in the Gothic style; St. Paul’s, at the corner of Jefferson and Mason streets, which is about to be enlarged so as to accommodate a congregation of 800 persons; St. John’s on Walker’s Point, a very neat little edifice, with seats for 100 or 125 persons, and Trinity in Kilbourntown, a handsome structure, accommodating 200.
The Presbyterian Church, a large and handsome frame building, occupies the lot at the corner of Mason and Milwaukee streets.
The Congregational church, a spacious
brick edifice on the north side of Spring Street, is one of the largest in the
The Methodist church, also of brick, and measuring 90 feet by 52, stands at the corner spring and West Water streets.
The Baptist Church, a large and neat
frame building, occupies the lot on the corner of Wisconsin and Main streets.
The Universalist church stands on the corner of Michigan and Maine, in the Unitarian church on the corner of Spring and Second streets.
In addition to these churches there are
several places of public worship belonging to different denominations of
Milwaukee is yet too young to have much to boast of in the way of public buildings. The only ones worthy of mention are the Court House, large frame building, fronting the public square in the First Ward; the County Jail, a new insubstantial brick edifice adjoining the Court House; and the County Buildings, a low range of brick offices, north of the Court House.
The City Council Room is in the second
story of the three-story brick building on the West side of W. Water St., next door to Ludington & Co.’s “old
NEWSPAPERS IN THE CITY OF MILWAUKEE
The first newspaper published in Milwaukee was the Milwaukee Advertiser. It was started in July 1836, by D. H. Richards. In 1841 it was purchased by J. A. Newman and change to the Courier. In 1845 the Courier was purchased by Messrs. Brown & Sullivan. In 1847, these gentlemen sold out to Messrs. Cramer & Curtis, by whom the daily and weekly Wisconsin, the successor to the Courier is now published.
The Milwaukee Sentinel, weekly, was established by J. O’Rourke in 1837. After passing through several hands, it was purchased by Rufus King and united with the Gazette. The Milwaukee Journal was commanded in 1841 by a Elisha Star, Esq., and the Commercial Herald, triweekly, by the same gentlemen, in 1843. The former was discontinued in the fall of 1841 in the Herald was merged in the Sentinel in 1844.
The Wisconsin Banner, a German paper, was established by Meritz Shoeffler 1844, by whom it continues to be published.
The Milwaukee Daily Sentinel, the first daily published Wisconsin, was started by D. M. Keeler, on the 9th December 1844.
The Milwaukee Gazette, daily and weekly, was started by William Duane Wilson in October 1845. It was united with the Sentinel in February following, and in April 1848, became the property of the present owner and editor, Rufus King.
In the spring of 1847, the publication of the Volksfreund, a German paper, was commenced by Messrs. Wilson & King. The materials were sold in the fall of the same year to Mr. F. Fratney, by whom the paper continues to be published.
In May 1848, the office of the American Freeman, weekly, which had been established at Waukesha, was removed to Milwaukee.
The newspapers now published in Milwaukee
are as follows:
Sentinel & Gazette, daily, triweekly, and weekly, Rufus King, editor and proprietor.
Wisconsin, daily, triweekly and weekly, Cramer & Curtis proprietors. Will iam E. Cramer, editor.
American Freeman, weekly, N. Olin, proprietor, C. Booth, editor.
Wisconsin Banner, weekly, (German), M. Shoeffler, editor and proprietor.
Volksfreund, weekly, (German), F. Fratney, editor and proprietor.
The first named is Whig; the Freeman, Liberty, and the others, Democratic.
OFFICERS OF MILWAUKEE CITY – 1848
Attorney-Charles A. Tuttle
Clerk-D. C. Bancroft
First Ward – Nelson Ludington, Adamson Sweet, Frederick Arnold
Second Ward—Augustus Greulich, Egbert Moseley, I. A. Lapham
Third Ward – Richard Murphy, R. H. Edgerton, James Bray
Fourth Ward – Abdalus (?) W. Starks, J. S. Pardee, Ira E. Goodall
Fifth Ward – Richard M. Sweet, Chapman Yates, Edwin DeWolf
Finance and Accounts Messrs. Edgerton, Pardee, Ludington
Judiciary Messrs. Lapham, DeWolf, Edgerton
Schools Messrs. Greulich, Ludington, Yates
Alms Houses Messrs. Starks, Sweet, Murphy, Arnold, Greulich
Police Messrs. Murphy, Goodall, Arnold
Fire Department Messrs. Goodall, Bray, A. Sweet
Printing Messrs. A. Sweet, Starks, Moseley
License Messrs. Moseley, Bray, Yates
Bridges Messrs. Sweet, Pardee, Edgerton, Lapham, Arnold
First Ward- James Nugent, Matthias Stein, Hiram A. Smith
Second Ward- Merrick Murphy, David Knab, Charles Best
Third Ward- Andrew McCormick, Joseph Cardes, Henry Gallighan
Fourth Ward- Benjamin Bagnall, John Fishback, Joseph L. Sherman
Fifth Ward- Francis Neikirk, Amos Loomis, Henry Shaw
.First Ward – William Arnold Second Ward – Joachim F, Luke
Third Ward – John Ryan Fourth Ward – Levi Grant
Fifth Ward – Jeremiah B. Zander
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE
First Ward – Clinton Walworth Second Ward – T. D. Butler
Third Ward – John L. Doran Fourth Ward – Haven Powers
Fifth Ward – Jeremiah B. Zander
First Ward – Andrew Lienhart Second Ward – Richard Short
Third Ward – Patrick Guerin Fourth Ward – John Mitchell
Fifth Ward – Warren Perigo
First Ward – Francis Randall, James Johnson, Charles Winkler
Second Ward – L. A. Lapham, Richard Houghton, Francis Haubachman
Third Ward – Rufus King, Paracieta Potter, Edward Humsy (?)
Fourth Ward – H. G. Abbey, Sidney L. Rood, E. D. Holton
Fifth Ward – James Buck, C. M. Shumway, Osgood Putnam
President, SIDNEY L. ROOD
Secetary, H. G. Abbey
The public schools of the City of Milwaukee are under the charge of a Board of Commissioners, appointed by the Common Council, for three years. By an act of the Legislature Wisconsin, patent 1846 in relation to the post goes Milwaukee, the Mayor and Common Council are required to raise annually attacks on all the real and personal property of the city, which some as the board of school commissioners, shall certify to be necessary for the support and maintenance of the Common Schools in said city, during each year, and in their discretion such further some as the Commissioners may certify to be required for the purpose of erection, alteration, repairs, furniture of school houses, provided that the aggregate amount so raised by tax for school purposes shall not exceed in any one year, one fourth of 1% on all the taxable property in the city.
The Board of School Commissioners was organized under this act, 1st April 1846, and schools were opened in the several wards of the city, during the ensuing months of June and July. Since that time, with but few interruptions there have been from 6 to 8 public schools, in operation, and free to all. During the year ending April 1st, 1848, there were eight schools in operation, with an average daily attendance of 670 scholars in aggregate list of $865. The entire expenditure for the same period, on account of schools, was $3512.99, all of which was realized from the tax authorized by the Law of 1846.
The number of children, between the ages of five and 16, in the several wards of the city, on 1st of January 1847, and 1st January 1848, were as follows:
Jan'y 1, 1847
Jan'y 1, 1848
ABBREVIATIONS USED IN
N. for North, S. for South, E. for East, W. for West, cor for corner, bds for boards, res for residence.
The word street is omitted, as there is no lane or alley enumerated in the list of streets.
STREETS IN MILWAUKEE CITY
A street from Menominee St. to Spring street road
Abert, from railroad to Washington – also (on the North pier of Col. A’s Harbor in memory of his injudicious location of said harbor!)
Astor, from Oneida to Brady
B. Street, from Menominee to Spring St., Road
Brady, from Milwaukee River to Virginia
Barkley, from S. Water to Virginia St.
Beach, from Center East to Huron
Beaubian, north from Huron to Fifth
Beaubian, south from Chicago to Jones
Beers, from Hubbard to Fifth
Berry, from East Water to Racine
Biddle, from Milwaukee River to Lake Street
Brady, from Milwaukee River to Racine.
Brown, from South Division to Railroad
Buffalo, from Milwaukee River to Beach
C Street, from Menominee to Spring St., Road
Cass, north from Wisconsin to Division.
Cass, south from Wisconsin to Huron.
Canal, from Poplar to Sherman
Cedar, from Milwaukee River to Ninth
Centre, from Milwaukee River to Lake Michigan at the harbor site recommended by Lieut. Centre
Centre, from Chicago to Jones
Chesnut, from Milwaukee River to Ninth
Cherry, from Milwaukee River to Eighth
Chicago, south from Washington to Railroad
Chicago, from Milwaukee River to Beach
Cape, from Point to Dock
Clinton, from Railroad to Washington.
Clyburn, from Milwaukee River to Ninth
Clyman, from Division west to A.
Cooper, from Harbor Street to Milwaukee River
Cook, from Railroad to Elizabeth
Court, from 3rd to 4th between Galena and Cherry
Crockett, from Clinton to Jones.
D street, from Menominee to Spring St., Road.
Detroit, from Milwaukee River to Beach
Division from Menominee to Spring St., Road
Division, from Milwaukee River to Lake.
Dock, from Milwaukee River to Canal
Duane, from Rail Road, to Washington.
E Street, from Menominee to Spring St. Road
East Water, from Walker’s Point Bridge to Racine Street
Eighth, from Menominee River to Beaubien
Eleventh, from Menominee River to Beaubien
Elizabeth, from Chicago to Jones-- and another from the Division St., North, in Rogers’ addition
Erie, from South end of East Water to Centre.
F St., from Menominee to Spring St. Road,
Fifth, from Menominee River to Beaubien
Florida, for Milwaukee River to Chicago.
Fourth, from Menominee River to Beaubien
Fowler, from Division west to A
Fowler, from Milwaukee River to Sixth
Galena, from Canal to Twelfth
Geddings, from South Division to Rail Road
Greenbush, from Oregon to South Division.
Greenbay, from Canal to Beaubien
Grove, from Oregon to use South Division
Hamilton, from East Water to Racine Street
Hanover, from Menominee River to South Division.
Harbor, from the present harbor, up to where it ought to be.
Harman, from Hubbard to Fifth.
Henry, for Milwaukee River to Brady-- also from Lake Michigan to Milwaukee River near mouth.
Hill, from Sixth to E.
Hinman, from Sixth to E.
Hubbard, from Canal to Beaubien
Hunter, from Hamilton to Brady.
Huron, from Milwaukee to Beach
Jackson, north from Wisconsin to East Water Street
Jackson, south from Wisconsin to Menominee
Jefferson, north from Wisconsin to East Water.
Jefferson, south from Wisconsin to Menominee
Johnson, for river to Milwaukee.
Johnson, from Brady to East Water.
Jones, from South Division to Railroad
Juneau Street from Erie to the Lake.
Juneau Square, bounded on E. by Jackson, W. by Jefferson, N. by Biddle and S. by Oneida
Kent, from Washington to Railroad
Kewaunee, from Lawrence to Lake.
Kenzie, from Brady to East Water.
Knapp, from Milwaukee River to Monroe.
Lake, from river to Chicago
Lake, from Michigan to Division.
Lloyd, from Hubbard to Fifth.
Lynn, from Harbor Street to Mahnawauk Street
Lyon, from Milwaukee River to Lake.
Madison, from the river to Chicago.
Mahnawauk, from the mouth of the river to Nauvoo st.
Martin, from Milwaukee River to the Lake
Market, from Mason to East Water.
Main, Walker’s Point, from Water to Chicago.
Main, north from Wisconsin to East Water.
Main, south from Wisconsin to Menominee east.
Marshall, south from Washington to Railroad
Marshall, from Wisconsin to Brady.
Mason, from Milwaukee River to Beach
Massena, from Division to Brady.
Maitland Place, north of Spring St. Road and above A.
Menominee Street from the river to Ninth
Menominee, from East Water to Beach
Michigan, from Milwaukee River to Beach
Milwaukee, north from Wisconsin to East Water.
Milwaukee, south from Wisconsin to Menominee
Mill, from the junction of Seventh and Galena to Eleventh
Mineral, from Chicago to Jones.
Monestee, Lake to Brady.
Monroe, from Lake to Brady.
Ninth, from the Menominee River to Beaubien
Nauvoo, from Harbor Street to Milwaukee River.
North, from Third on North line of the Corporation to Milwaukee River.
Ogden, for Milwaukee River to the Lake.
Oneida, from Milwaukee River to Lake.
Oregon, or Milwaukee River to West Division – also from Erie to Beach
Park, from Greenbush to Chicago.
Paulding, from South Division to Railroad
Pearson, from Milwaukee River to Racine.
Perrie Marquette, from Brady to the Lake.
Peters, from Union to Point
Pier, from Erie to Beach
Pleasant, from Milwaukee River to the Lake.
Point, in junction of Milwaukee and Menominee River.
Prospect, from division Street NE in Rogers addition
Polk, from Erie to Beach
Prairie, from Milwaukee River to Ninth.
Racine, from Brady to East Water.
Railroad, from Clinton to Jones.
Read, from South Water to Virginia.
River, from Oneida to Ogden – also from South Water to Virginia Street
River, from Division St. west to B street
Rose, from Milwaukee River to Lake Michigan across harbor Street
St. Lawrence, from the Lake to Brady.
Sauk, from the Lake to Brady.
Sanderson, South Division to Brady.
Second, from the Menominee River to Water and from Canal to Beaubien
Sherman, from Hubbard to Fifth
Ship, from Milwaukee River to Canal
Short, from Canal to Beaubien south.
Sixth, from Menominee River to Beaubien
Spring, from Milwaukee River to Ninth
Spring St. Road, the continuation of Spring Street above Ninth
South Water, from Washington to Main St., w. Point
Sycamore, from Milwaukee River to Ninth
Tamarack, for Milwaukee River to Ninth.
Tenth, from Menominee River to Beaubien
Third, from Menominee River to West Water.
Twelfth, from Menominee River to Beaubien
Van Buren, from Wisconsin to Brady.
Van Buren, from Wisconsin to Buffalo
Vliet, from Milwaukee River to Twelfth
Virginia, from Reed to Chicago.
Walnut, from Canal to Twelfth
Walker, of Chicago, south to Jones.
Washington, from Milwaukee River to Chicago.
Water Street, from Third Street above Cedar, to the Menominee River.
Wisconsin, from Milwaukee River to Lake.
Winnebago, from junction of Seventh & Chesnut to Eleventh.
OF HOUSEHOLDERS. WARDS
HEADS OF FAMILIES, BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL.
MEN, MECHANICS, LABORERS, ETC.
RESIDING IN MILWAUKEE
4 Abbey, G. Henry (Smith & A.) Spring 2 Abbott, George, grocer 401 Third 1 Abe, W., turner East Water 2 Ableman, S.V.R., planing and grooving on the Canal 3 Ackley, Benjamin, mariner Jackson 1 Ackrill, Benjamin, tailor Marshall 2 Adams, John, laborer Second 3 Adler, Solomon (of Steinhart & A.) 114 E Water 1 Aellen, Henry, carpenter Cass 4 Ahloers, H.H., mason Third 1 Akerly, Rev., rec. of St. Pauls ch. Res. 77 Wisconsin 2 Akoft, Michael, cooper 387 Third 3 Albon, E., boarding house Huron 3 Alexander, Orlando 175 E. Water 3 Aldrich, Owen, under sheriff Milwaukee 3 Aldred, Samuel, saddler East Water 3 Aldorf, Jacob, joiner Ninth 2 Allis & Allen, leather dealers 149 E. Water 3 Allis, Edward P., (of A. & Allen) 149 E. Water 3 Allen, William, (of A. & Allen) 149 E. Water 5 Allen, Robert, grocer South Water 2 Allbright, Adam, carpenter Fifth 5 Allsop, Joseph, shoemaker Read 4 Alperk, John, cooper 321 E. Water 4 Alverson, Peter, carriage maker Sixth 4 Amberg, John, Mozarts Hall Wells 5 Anderson, Alexander, cabinet maker Ferry 4 Anderson, William H., barber Sycamore 2 Anderson, John, mill owner Fourth 5 Anger, F., tailor Hanover 1 Anthes, K., blacksmith East Water 2 Anvelink, John W., laborer Walnut 2 Appedll, Elizabeth, widow, washing Third 1 Apple, Phillip, cabinet maker East Water 3 Archer, John, cartman Huron 1 Arnold, F., soap and candle manufacturer 289 E. Water 1 Arnold, Jonathan E., attorney-at-law 289 E. Water 1 Arnold, Christopher, cabinet maker Milwaukee 2 Arnold, Derick, joiner Tenth 1 Arnold, William, Wisconsin house 359 E. Water 3 Armstrong, Lambarton, saddler Jefferson 2 Ashman, William, organ manufacturer Cherry 1 Askew, Benjamin, carpenter Marshall 1 Atheran, Cyrus, tobacconist 359 E. Water 1 Auchmoody, Hiram, cabinet maker 11 Oneida 3 Austin, George F., buildings to let Wisconsin 5 Axtell & Rogers, dry goods, etc. South Water 5 Axtell, William, (of A.& Rogers) South Water 1 Baas, Christian, fisherman Market 2 Baas, Charles, mariner Market 1 Baas, Henry, grocer 269 East Water 4 Babcock, Abraham, physician Second 3 Badgley, P. W., wholesale grocer, 189 East Water 2 Bareg, Peter, tanner Third 4 Bagnall, Benjamin, grocer, 210 West Water 3 Baker, James S., attorney and counsellor, residence Van Buren 2 Baker, Frederick, mariner Fourth 2 Baker, Morris J., money lender East Water 1 Baker, Christian, carpenter Jackson 5 Baker, John, laborer Clinton 1 Baker, Eliphalet, painter & glazier Oneida 1 Ballard, Mary, widow, boarding house Jackson 1 Balls, Samuel, confectioner Milwaukee 1 Ballbach, John, baker East Water 5 Bals, Charles, grocer River 1 Baldwin, Joseph, carpenter Market 3 Bancroft, D.C., attorney-at-law East Water 4 Banfield, Thomas, clerk at Halls residence Clyburn 2 Banmann, Gabriel, mason Eighth 5 Barber, James L., carpenter Lake 5 Barney, Lorenzo, grocer Ferry 5 Barr, Jno. G., barrs exchange South Water 3 Barron, John, grocer Main 1 Bartle, John G., laborer East Water 1 Barry, Garrett, (of Burke & B.) Milwaukee 1 Barragh, M., blacksmith Market 1 Bartlett, Jno. K., physician Milwaukee 4 Barnard, George, mason Second 4 Barker, William, carpenter Fourth 1 Barker, Phineas, hatter Jefferson 2 Bart, Ferdinand, hatter Fourth 2 Bartel, Frederick, grocer Winnebago 2 Bartz, John, laborer Eighth 4 Bartlett, William, paper maker Third 2 Basch, Henry E.B., laborer Galena 1 Basssett, William E., engraver 219 E. Water 3 Battle, W.T. and L., druggists 219 E. Water 1 Battle, William (of W. & L.T. Battle) Jefferson 3 Bates, Eli, lighthouse keeper Wisconsin 4 Bates, Lyman, cooper, residence West Water 1 Batzoll, Yulegen, laborer Division 2 Baumbach, William, candle maker 313 Third 2 Baumbach, Thomas, mason Walnut 2 Bauer, Paul, turner and laborer Cherry 2 Bauer, Christopher & Adam, coopers Winnebago 3 Baylies, D.W., watchmaker and jeweler East Water 1 Bayley, Osmond, hatter Market 5 Baxter, George (of Chappel & B.) Florida 1 Beard, Thomas, carpenter Marshall 5 Beardsley, F.D., physician Greenbush 5 Beck, A., emigrants home Ferry 3 Becrof, Henry, shoemaker Michigan 1 Bede, Bernard, musician Jackson 1 Beetle, William E., cooper Jefferson 2 Behles, Jacob, laborer Second 4 Bekman, John, laborer Third 4 Belden, Benjamin J., Home 5 Spring 3 Bellows, Jno. O., carpenter Cass 1 Bellangee, Jno. G., mason Main 5 Bender, Peter, grocer Ferry 4 Benjamin, Lyman, cook Second 3 Benton, R.H., shoes and leather 196 East Water 3 Bently, Michael, bartender Main 2 Bensemann, John, joiner Eighth 1 Benhamer, Paul, butcher 16 Market 2 Bennitt, Harris C., mariner Ninth 3 Bergman, Henry, pewter & metallic manufacturer Huron 2 Bernd, Godfrit, wheelwright Fourth 4 Berech, Jacob Third 2 Berens, V., laborer Third 1 Bersich, Charles, mason East Water 1 Berghoefer, Philip, carpenter Market 1 Berlingate, Francis, shoemaker Markets 2 Bertschy, John, mansion house 359 Third 2 Bertschy, L., grocer Chesnut 2 Best & Co., brewers Winnebago 2 Best, Philip, (of B.&. Co.,) Winnebago 2 Best, Jacob, Sr. Winnebago 2 Best, Charles, distiller Chesnut 2 Best, Jacob, Jr., (of B.&. Co.,) Winnebago 3 Berton, William, tailor 49 Huron 1 Bertrem, David, laborer 377 E. Water 3 Berry, Jeremiah, shingle maker 91 E. Water 2 Bevering, Henry, turner, Canal, residence Third 4 Bewersdorff, John D., carpenter Fourth 1 Bezel, J., shoemaker East Water 2 Biefrunck, Z., turner Fourth 3 Bielfeld, A.H., notary public and interpreter of law East Water 1 Bielfeld, A.H., residence Jackson 1 Bielfeld, William, carpenter Market 1 Bingham, George, carpenter in joiner Van Buren 1 Binns, Joseph, carpenter Milwaukee 2 Binink, Lambert, laborer Eighth 1 Bird, B.B., literary depot in post office Wisconsin 4 Birchard, J.F., cabinet maker 22 Spring 4 Birchard, Harvey, exchange broker West Water 2 Bissinger, J.G., grocer Huron 5 Bishop, William F., peddler Mineral 3 Bishop, Samuel, chair maker Jackson 2 Blackhurst, James, piano forte maker Third 3 Blanchard & Vandusen, physicians 173 E. Water 1 Blanchard, A., (of B. & Vandusen) Van Buren 1 Blanchard, Samuel (of Newhall & B.), residence Main 5 Blair, William, farmer Washington 3 Blair, F.J., dealer in china and glassware East Water 3 Blair, Henry, turner Jackson 3 Blakely & Tainish, shoemakers Michigan 1 Blakely, William (of B.& Tainish), residence Wisconsin 3 Blake, John, laborer Jackson 2 Blake, Richard, millwright Third 1 Blackman, Elonzo, carpenter Milwaukee 2 Blend, Nelson, mariner 41 Chesnut 1 Bliss, Abraham, teamster Cass 2 Bliton, J.G., scale maker Canal 4 Blodgett, George G., attorney-at-law, residence Second 2 Blossom, L.A., eagle brewery Chesnut 1 Blossom, Levi (of L.&A.B.), residence Milwaukee 2 Blossom, Alonzo (of L.&A.B.) Chesnut 2 Boston, Truman, clerk at L.&A.B.’s, residence Chesnut 2 Blohs, John, tinman Twelfth 1 Bell, William J., broker, boarding at Mrs. Thurston’s Main 2 Blum, John P.J. , blacksmith Fifth 2 Boas, John, edge toolmaker Canal 3 Boardman, G.E., merchant tailor, 186 E. Water, residence Milwaukee 4 Bockalman, Daniel, carpenter Third 2 Boden, Peter, laborer Twelfth 2 Bogk, Henry Chesnut 2 Boisselier, C.G., (of Wilmanns & B.) 350 Third 1 Boland, Catharine, widow, washing Jefferson 4 Bond, Hiram R., mason Second 3 Bonesteel, J.N., drygoods & groceries, 187 E. Water, residence Wisconsin 5 Bonnell, John, shingle maker Lake 4 Bonnell, Lansing, residence 17 Milwaukee 1 Bonnell, James (of Shepard & B.) Mason 4 Bongers, Harmon, cabinet maker Second 4 Bonks, Christopher, laborer Fourth 5 Bopery, John B., ship carpenter Hanover 1 Borden, Gale, mason Van Buren 4 Borlenghausen, G., tailor Spring 2 Borgsted, J.G. 332 Third 2 Borngesser, G.F., butcher 313 Third 2 Bosswald, Augustus, laborer Twelfth 4 Bosworth, H. , & Son, druggists, 194 W. Water, residence Spring 2 Boste, Valentine, joiner Tenth 2 Bound, Widow Washington 3 Bowman, George, merchant Milwaukee 4 Bower, Peter, brick maker Wells 2 Bowes, Jonathan, tallow chandler Cherry 2 Bowman, John A., principal, Milwaukee High School 1 Bower, Erastus, teamster Market 4 Boyd & Ledyard, dry goods and groceries 7 Spring Boyd, Garret B. (of B. & Ledyard) U,S, Hotel 5 Brandeker, Charles, grocer River 3 Bradford & Brothers, dry goods and groceries 161 E. Water 3 Bradfoird, John (of B. & Brothers), boards at U.S. Hotel Bradford, Joseph T. (of B. & Brothers), boards at U.S. Hotel 1 Bradley, Peter, laborer Van Buren 3 Bradley & Metcalf, boot and shoe dealers 191 E. Water 3 Bray, Richard, carpenter Main 1 Bray, John, laborer Jefferson 3 Bray, Michael, laborer Main 3 Brahm, P., laborer Huron 3 Brannan, Joseph, cartman Jefferson 3 Brady, Thomas, cartman Cass Wards Names Streets 1 Bramble, Aaron, joiner Milwaukee 2 Brandt, C., farmer Green Bay 2 Brand, Lawrence, lock maker Eleventh 2 Brackman, John, laborer Milwaukee 1 Bragt, Edward Jackson 4 Brazelton, Isaac, teamster Fourth 2 Brazelton, Isaac P., pottery Chesnut 2 Bragman, Anthony, laborer Green Bay 1 Breo, George, carpenter 377 East Water 1 Breidert, Henry, grocer Market 1 Bremmer, John P., carpenter Market 2 Bret, Elizabeth, widow Third 2 Brenken, John, lawyer Tenth 1 Briggs, Harris H.H., painter 14 Market 4 Briggs, Reuben, chair maker West Water 2 Bridgman, Edwin, carpenter Fourth 5 Brooks, Nathaniel, ship carpenter Hanover 2 Broom, Matthew, butcher 13 Chesnut 2 Brower, A.V., Mrs., milliner and tailoress 13 Chesnut 3 Brower, George, blacksmith Michigan 1 Broscius, George, tailor and grocer Market 2 Brosh, Henry, carpenter Galena 2 Brotherhood, William, public contractor Vliet 5 Brown, Sylvester, brick maker Mineral 5 Brown, Peter, laborer Washington 3 Brown, S. H., daguerian artist 170 East Water 3 Brown, Jacob, shingle maker East Water 3 Brown, William (of J. Kneeland & Co.) U.S. Hotel 3 Brown, Jefferson, barber Jefferson 1 Brown, Thomas, P., barber East Water 1 Brown, Jacob, laborer Market 1 Brown, John, city brewery Division 1 Brown, James S., attorney-at-law, law buildings, residence Wisconsin 4 Brown, Ender, laborer Third 3 Brown, William at Dousman’s Warehouse Milwaukee 5 Bryant, R. H., constable Greenbush 4 Bryant, Robert, grocer East Water 1 Bruss, Martin, ship carpenter 383 EastWater 2 Brucks, John, laborer Third 2 Bruss, Frederick, ship carpenter Second 2 Bruss, G., tailor Tenth 5 Buck, James S., ship carpenter Hanover 5 Buck, Philip, laborer Abert 3 Buck, Anson Main 4 Buck, Oliver, musician Second 4 Buckley, Michael, laborer Spring 2 Bucon, Ralph, fanning mill maker Second 2 Buchecer, John, butcher 55 Chesnut 2 Buchannan, Rev. J.M., Presbyterian, boards at P. Martineaus 1 Bulfire, Patrick, laborer Knapp 4 Bulser, John C., carpenter Fourth 2 Bulltzingslowen, H., grocer Chesnut 2 Bullie, Francis, carpenter Short 2 Bumert, Martin, laborer Second 2 Bumer, Henry, laborer Fifth 2 Buncendhl, Frederick, cooper Third 5 Bunnel, William, landowner South Water 4 Buparaen, Martin, butcher Third 1 Burge, Frederick, tailor Market 3 Burke, William, attorney-at-law 192 East Water 3 Burkloe, E., widow, juvenile seminary Main 3 Burke, Michael 79 Huron 1 Burke & Barry, druggists 222 East Water 1 Burke, Martin J. (of Barry & B.) Milwaukee 2 Burke, Walter & Co., woolen manufactory Canal 2 Burke, Walter (of W.B. & Co.) Canal 4 Burke, John, mason Second 2 Burke, William, grocer, residence Third 2 Burkingyoung, John, chair maker Chesnut 5 Buriws, A., M., ship carpenter Hanover 1 Burrows, P.W. , clerk at McClure & Williams, residence Van Buren 3 Burns, Thomas, Gymnasium B. Saloon, Main, residence East Water 3 Burns, John, laborer Huron 4 Burnham, J. and G.L, brickmakers, residence Spring 5 Burton, Hubbard, mariner Hanover 4 Burton, Henry S. & Co., grocers, Spring, residence Milwaukee 1 Burbridge, William, joiner Milwaukee 4 Buss, John, carpenter West Water 1 Butow, Charles, tailor East Water 1 Butterey, S., carpenter Market 3 Butterfield & Downer, attorneys at Law 196 E. Water 1 Butterfield, Moses (of B. & Downer) Knapp 4 Butterfield, E. liquor store 196 W. Water 3 Butler, John, works in livery stable 44 Huron 4 Butler, A.R.R. (of Crary & B.) Sixth 2 Butler, T. D., tobacconist, 25 Chesnut, residence Fourth 2 Buttles, C., bowl turner Canal 3 Bynes, Thomas Main 2 Byrnes, Francis, cartman Fourth 3 Byron, W. H., dealer in hardware, 153 E. Water, residence 76. Wisconsin 3 Cady, Augustus F. (Farwell & Co.), residence Wisconsin 3 Cady, R.P., grocer, E. Water, residence Mason 4 Caghell, William, laborer Hill 5 Callahan, Patrick, laborer Elizabeth 3 Callighan, H., grocer 111 E. Water 1 Callighan, J., blacksmith, Main Street, residence Cass 3 Callahan, Thomas, laborer Michigan 1 Calkins, Ingersol, chair maker Van Buren 4 Calkins, Zedro, ship carpenter Second 3 Calvin, Henry, waiter Huron 1 Cameron, J.E., Register of deeds, residence Third 1 Campbell, James, boot maker 227 E. Water 2 Campbell, Robert, weaver and dyer West Water 1 Campbell, Jno. R., saddler Main 3 Canfield, A., painter Michigan 1 Cantrell, Mrs., milliner and straw worker Wisconsin 5 Carr, Samuel, laborer Walker 3 Carey, W. H. & J., merchant tailors 203 East Water 1 Carey, Joseph, (W.H. & J.), residence Jefferson 5 Carey, J. W., pedlar Madison 3 Carney, Timothy, grocer 97 E. Water 5 Carlton Loren, carpenter Elizabeth 4 Carpenter Thomas, blacksmith West Water 2 Carpenter George, laborer Chesnut 4 Carpenter John T. (Randall & Co.) West Water 2 Carlisle Richard Third 4 Carter R. B., painter, residence Main 3 Castile & McKay, butchers East Water 3 Castile, Thomas (C. & McKay), residence Milwaukee 1 Castle Levi, buckeye, blacksmith, Mason Street, residence Oneida 1 Casper Francis, millwright East Water 2 Cattee Rodolph Fifth 2 Caton William, carpenter Fourth 5 Caton John, laborer South Water 1 Cawker, Matthew East Water 1 Chapin, Rev. A. L., pastor Presbyterian Church, residence Mill 5 Chapin, widow Ferry 5 Chapman, widow A., tailoress River 3 Chapman, S. (Michigan Hall) East Water 3 Chapman, H., dry goods and groceries Wisconsin 1 Chapman, Silas (Hale & Co.), residence Milwaukee 2 Chapman, John, butcher Third 1 Chamberlain, William H., blacksmith, Mason Street, residence Michigan 2 Chambers, Misses, dressmakers Third 5 Chappel & Baxter, Rochester House Florida 5 Chappel, Henry M. (of C. & Baxter) Florida 3 Chandler, William, baker East Water 1 Chandler, James, mariner Oneida 4 Chandler, Daniel H., Attorney-at-law, 6 Spring, residence Cedar 1 Charnley, Francis, mason Johnson 2 Chase & Comstock, sawmill Canal 2 Chase, Reuben , (of C. & Comstock) Second 3 Cheny, Rufus, clerk at Dousman & Co. Jackson 5 Childs, Sarah, widow Hanover 5 Childs, Luther, cooper Hanover 5 Childs, Alexander, brick maker Walker 5 Childs, John W., brick maker Centre 5 Childs, Samuel, brick maker Reed 3 Childs, Garrett, blacksmith Michigan 5 Chipman, Hiram, carpenter and joiner South Water 5 Chonbaum, Harry, brick maker Walker 3 Christie, James 162 E. Water 4 Christian, James, laborer Third 2 Church, Benjamin, builder, Third,
residence Fourth 5 Church, Ebenezer, laborer Elizabeth 1 Clausen, Henry, Maker East Water 5 Clark, M. M., botanic physician Hanover 3 Clark, A. F., druggist 165 E. Water 5 Clark, Elisha, shingle maker Ferry 3 Clark, James, shingle maker Huron 1 Clark, Henry (of Smith & Co.) Milwaukee 1 Clark, Edwin, tool, maker Milwaukee 1 Clark, Benjamin, clerk at Pierce’s shoe store Jefferson 1 Clark, M.W. 117 Mason 1 Clark, Henry, carpenter Oneida 4 Clark, James H., barber Spring 2 Clark, Simon, cartman Fourth 2 Clark, Luke, laborer Eighth 3 Clayton, Z., carpenter and windmill Wisconsin 1 Clay, Peter, cabinet maker 383 E. Water 4 Clayton, Ephraim, carpenter Second 3 Cleaveland, James, cabinet maker, 104 East Water,
residence Main 1 Cleaveland, Sylvester, schoolteacher Jefferson 4 Clisbee, D., mail contractor American 1 Cobits, John, shoemaker East Water 2 Cochran, R.H., carpet weaver Vliet 3 Coffee, Jane, widow 99 E. Water 3 Coffee, Thomas, tailor 101 E. Water 1 Cogswell, George Jackson 2 Cohrs, Henrty, carpenter Galena 2 Coke, Nelly, seamstress Galena 1 Cole, Richard, laborer Van Buren 3 Colingburn, Thomas (of Lowther & Co.) Michigan 5 Colby, John P. (of D. Merrill & Co.) South Water 5 Colart, John, tallow chandler Walker 3 Colburn, Miss H. Michigan 3 Colgate, George M., Clerk at Byron’s Jefferson 2 Coldsmith, John, blacksmith 279 Third 3 Collins, C, laborer Main 3 Collopy, Martin, boot maker Huron 3 Collins, John, laborer Fourth 3 Collins, H., tailor Wisconsin 2 Collins, Henry, painter Chesnut 5 Comstock, Rufus, ship carpenter Reed 2 Comstock & Co., dry goods and groceries Third 2 Comstock, J.B. 403 Third 2 Comstock, Cicero (of Chase & Co.)
residence Galena 2 Comstock, Leander (of Chase & Co.) Fourth 1 Comstock, Levi, tinsmith Marshall 5 Comford, John, carpenter and joiner Chicago 3 Combs, A. L. & Company, livery stable Detroit 3 Combs, Liman A., (of C.A.L. & Co.)
residence Milwaukee 2 Combort, Frederick, razor grinder Third 5 Conley, Lawrence, laborer Oregon 3 Connoughty, James, butcher Huron 3 Conklin, B., blacksmith Main 3 Conger, A.B., clerk at J. B. Smith’s Erie 3 Conradt, Francis, grocer East Water 5 Consaul, William H., carpenter South Water 5 Consaul, William, contractor South Water 3 Conneor, Patrick Jefferson 3 Connelly, Owen, cartman Van Buren 1 Conant, H.N. Jackson 1 Connis, John, laborer Marshall 4 Conlan, Charles, grocer Spring 4 Conroy, Joseph, tailor Second 4 Congenick, Anthony, shoemaker Third 3 Coon, James and Orton, attorneys at law East Water 1 Coon, S. Park, (of C. James & Orton) residence Jefferson 3 Cook, William M., auction and commission 124 E. Water 4 Cook, Bryant, laborer Wells 3 Coony, Thomas, laborer Jackson 3 Corrie, Arthur, grocer 119 E. Water 3 Cordes, Joseph H., grocer 126 E. Water 3 Corcoran, John, laborer Detroit 1 Corbitt, Charles, printer for Rufus King Marshall 1 Corbitt, Robert, mariner Jackson 1 Corey, Patrick, laborer Jackson 2 Corlett, Thomas, carpenter and joiner Galena 4 Costelo, Michael, laborer Fifth 2 Cotton, Lester H., master of steamboat Fourth 2 Cotton, George H., millwright Fourth 4 Cotton, S.D., City Foundry,
residence West Water 2 Cotton, Telotus A., Eagle Mills, Canal,
residence Fourth 2 Cotton, Charles C., boards at Widow Hill’s 2 Cotzen, L., laborer Third 2 Court, Thomas, P., gardener Fifth 1 Coughlin, Brian, cartman Oneida 1 Coulson, Mark, mason Jackson 3 Cowles & Ross, wholesale dry goods East Water Cowles. John E. (of C. & Ross),
boards at U.S. Hotel 2 Cowles, Sylvester, merchant Winnebago 5 Cox, Leonard, ship carpenter Greenbush 2 Coyle, H., widow Galena 1 Cramer, Eliphalet Mason 3 Cramer & Curtis, publishers of the Wisconsin 164 E. Water 3 Cramer, William (of C. & Curtis)
boards at U.S. Hotel 3 Crane, Charles, attorney-at-law 183 E. Water 3 Crabtree, Richard, recess 92. Huron 4 Crary & Butler, attorneys at law 196 W. Water 4 Crary, L.P. (of C. & Butler) Sixth 2 Cross, Henry S. (of Hosford & Co.) Third 1 Crist, Stephen, Carpenter Main 4 Creig, Christian, H., mason Third 5 Crocker, J.H., butcher River 1 Crocker & Holliday, attorneys at law Wisconsin Crocker, Hans (of C. & Holliday)
boards at P. Potter’s 3 Croke, Michae, tailor, East Water,
residence Michigan 1 Cross, James B., attorney 11 Wisconsin 3 Cross, William H., grocer 77 E. Water 2 Crowley, Daniel, carpenter and joiner Poplar 2 Culver, Solomon, carpenter Fourth 1 Cummings, John (of Soggs & Co.) Main 3 Cummings, Daniel 99 Huron 2 Cummings, D. S., threshing machine maker 269 Third 1 Cuniff, Matthew, laborer Astor 3 Cuniph, P., laborer Jefferson 3 Cunningham, William M., Druggist 151 E. Water 3 Curran & Janes, bowling saloon 127 E. Water 3 Curran, M.D. (of C. & Janes)
residence Wisconsin 3 Curran & Janes, grocers Wisconsin 1 Curran, James, Carpenter Jefferson 4 Curran, Patrick, laborer Second 1 Curtis, Rev. Otis F., Pastor of Congregational free church Van Buren 3 Curtis, Joseph (of Cramer & Co.)
residence Main 3 Curtis, S., Widow Jefferson 3 Curtin, Timothy, Cartman Huron 3 Curtin, Cornelius, Cartman Jefferson 2 Curtin, Lawrence, laborer Huron 5 Cushman, P. N. (of Miller & Co.) South Water 4 Cutler, Martin, Cooper Third 2 Daeu, Erdmann, turner Third 3 Daggett, Samuel, residence Jefferson 1 Dailey, John G., cabinet maker 58 E. Water 3 Dale, Samuel Huron 5 Dale, John, laborer South Water 1 Damstadt, John, tobacconist Van Buren 2 Damert, G., Teamster Seventh 4 Darling, Charles, mason Fourth 5 Dasey, , John, laborer Greenbush 2 Dasso, Frederick, laborer Third 5 Davis, Thomas, mariner Greenbush 3 Davis, John R., wheelright Huron 3 Davis, John, brewer Cass 1 Davis & More, stage proprietors, 237 E. Water office 30 Wisconsin 1 Davis, Cyrus D. (of D. & More)
residence Main 1 Davis, Robert, joiner Milwaukee 4 Davis, Ann, widow Spring 5 Davis, Robert, tailor 181 E. Water 3 Davine, James, grocer Huron 1 Davison, John 63 Mason 1 Day,Barnard, carpenter Milwaukee 3 Day, George E. H., Attorney-at-law, 185 E. Water, residence Division Dean, John, weaver Fourth 3 Decroff, widow, seamstress Huron 4 Decker & Saville, french burr mill stone manufacturer West Water 4 Decker, P. (of D. & Saville) West Water 4 Dedi, Charles, tailor Fourth 5 Degolyer, H., checkman at McC & Williams, residence Lake 2 Deger, Frederick, teamster West Water 1 Deidrich, Francis J., book binder East Water 5 Deidner, Frederick, carpenter Elizabeth 1 Deitrich, G., tailor 355 E. Water 1 Diley, William, carpenter Market 1 Deiley, Jacob, carpenter Jackson 1 Deiley, Edward, carpenter Jackson 5 Delany, Martin, ship carpenter Hanover 5 Delany, S., tailor Oregon 3 Delany, William, laborer Huron 1 Delany, Peter, laborer Jackson 3 Delahunt, John, grocer East Water 3 Delahunt, Edward, laborer 93 Huron 1 Delvendahl Meyer & Co., segar factory East Water 4 Delong, Joseph, barber 220 W. Water, residence Eleventh 2 Denning, Frederick, carpenter Galena 3 Denning, M., blacksmith Michigan 2 Demetz, Andrew, painter Galena 3 Dempsy, Miss Mary, dress maker 70 Huron 2 Dengel, Andrew, laborer Cedar 1 Dent, James, boot maker Jackson 2 Deunowald, John P., laborer Tenth 1 Dennis, Barbary, widow Van Buren 1 Denny, George, C., grocer, 223 E. Water, residence Milwaukee 1 Deory, Carey, carpenter Milwaukee 5 Derimple, P., ship carpenter Lake 5 Devos, J.J. Oregon 3 Devlin, John, tailor 109 E. Water 1 Devenbaugh, Philip, tanner 109 E. Water 2 Devo0l, Charles, wheelright 269 Third 2 Dewerth, John F., tailor 269 Third 2 Dewey, L.N., painter 269 Third 5 Dewolf, Edwin (of DeW. & Henton) Hanover 3 DeWolf & Henton, grocers 105 E. Water 2 DeWolf, Josiah, farmer Chesnut 2 DeWolf, Marcus G., painter Fifth 1 Dibble, C.F., widow Biddle 1 Dibble, Andrew E. (of LaRoche & D.) Biddle 2 Dibel, John, butcher Galena 1 Dickerman, Edmund B., land agent Main 1 Dickinson, Amanda, widow, tailoress Van Buren 2 Diehlmann, Frederick, laborer Third 1 Dierksmeir. John B., brick maker Market 2 Dimckel, Frederick, cooper Fifth 2 Dimmick, E., auction and commission Chesnut 2 Dimmick, Joseph, clerk to E. D. Chesnut 3 Disbrow, William C., jeweler, 148 E. Water, residence Cass 3 Divire, Michael, waiter at U. S. Hotel Michigan 3 Divire, William, cartman Main 4 Divire Michael, laborer Ninth 3 Dobson, S., grocer East Water 1 Dodge, Sandford, teamster Main 5 Dohrman, D., carpenter Hanover 1 Dohrman, Hubert Marshall 1 Dokzlar, John, laborer Milwaukee 2 Doll, George, farmer Winnebago 2 Dolphin, James, grocer Third 3 Donaldson, N. S., dry goods and groceries 179 E. Water 1 Donges, Jacob, cabinet maker East Water 2 Doney & Moseley, Milwaukee furnace Canal 2 Doney, Deborah Mrs., schoolteacher Fifth 2 Doornink, Henry, tailor Cherry 4 Doran, J. L., attorney-at-law and Justice of the Peace E. Water 3 Dormoody, William, auction and commission 180 E. Water 2 Dorward, Isaac, artist Vliet 1 Doty, James D., Attorney-at-law, Wisconsin,
boards at U.S. Hotel 5 Douglas, Alexander, farmer Mineral 5 Douglass, James, carpenter Elizabeth 4 Douglass, J.S. (of Tracy & D.) Milwaukee 2 Doughty, J., dentist, 358 Third, residence Fifth 3 Dousman & Company, forwarding and commercial merchants East Water 3 Dousman, George G. (of Dousman & Co.) East Water 3 Dousman & Wells, forwarding and commission East Water 1 Dousman, George D. (of D. & Wells) Wisconsin 1 Dousman, J. B., Physician, 51, Wisconsin, residence Jackson 2 Dover, Henry, cooper Third 3 Downer, Jason (of B. & Downer) E. Water 1 Downer, Frederick, wheelwright Main 1 Dowe, J.C. (of Whitney & D.) Mason 4 Downing, Michael Third 3 Doyle, Edward, wheelwright East Water 3 Doyle, Darby, laborer Van Buren 1 Doyle, Michael, carpenter Astor 2 Doyle, Patrick, stonecutter Chesnut 1 Drasan, William, grocer East Water 2 Drew, Thomas, tailor 296 W. Water 4 Dressler, Joseph, mason Second 1 Drez, John, clerk at Hale & Chapman’s 2 Dressler, Edward Third 2 Dryer, G., tailor 279 Third 3 Drum, Hugh, laborer Van Buren 1 Drum, Patrick, laborer Astor 3 Dudnard, M., mason Marshall 2 Duff, Benjamin, tailor 304 W. Water 5 Duffey, Thomas, mariner Florida 5 Duffey, Jane, widow Beaubian 5 Duffey, John, laborer Elizabeth 3 Duffey, Hugh East Water 3 Dufey, Peter, laborer Huron 4 Dugan, Catharine, widow, grocer West Water 1 Duhbrenter, Andrew, laborer Main 2 Dulitz, Rev. Henry L., pastor, Lutheran Church Prairie 1 Dunbar, John Milwaukee 1 Dunham, Ephraim G., painter Main 1 Dunham, Spencer, chairmaker Main 3 Dunbar, M., laborer Milwaukee 5 Dunahue, William, laborer Greenbush 5 Dunlop, A.B., physician Center 1 Dunlap, John W., gardener at Milwaukee Gardens Division 5 Dunn, Thomas, laborer Abert 3 Durand, John M., grocer Abert 1 Dusold, John, laborer Jefferson 1 Duvernay, Frank, joiner Main 2 Dwire, John, mariner Eighth 1 Dyer, George, saddler 211 E. Water, residence Main 3 Dysart, James, mason Huron 3 Eager, James, cartman Huron 5 Eastman John, teamster Florida 5 Eastman, William, laborer Elizabeth 3 Easton, W.S. (of Goodrich & E)
boards at G.F. Austin’s 4 Easton, John, carpenter Wells 2 Eben, Michael, laborer Third 2 Eberts, Frederick, cabinet maker Chesnut 3 Edgerton, B.H., surveyor Milwaukee 1 Edwards, Evan, clerk in post office Milwaukee 2 Eernisse, Jacob, painter and shoe maker Galena 4 Eggert, Christian, laborer Wells 2 Egendorfer, John, shoemaker Cedar 2 Eglmann, Anna, widow, boarding house 301 Third 2 Ehlert, Adolph, cabinet maker Third 1 Ehlebracht, August, grocer 271 E. Water 2 Eigner, John C., stocking weaver Walnut 2 Eighorst, John, teamster Green Bay 3 Eigen, Morris, carpenter Van Buren 3 Eigner, John, grocer 100 E. Water 4 Eiffley, Peter J.,saddler
39 West Water 2 Eimers, Frederick, laborer Eighth 1 Ekedahl,G.G., saddler Market 1 Ekstein, Christian, grocer and butcher Martin 1 Elmacher, Peter, tailor Market 4 Eldred, Anson, lumber dealer West Water 3 Eldred, Elisha, landowner Jackson 1 Eldridge, .H., grocer, 210 E. Water,
residence 254 E. Water 5 Elliott, Henry, laborer Lake 5 Elliott, Nathan, laborer South Water 5 Elliott, Jacob, laborer South Water 1 Ellis, E., scourer and dyer Jackson 2 Ellis, John, teamster Fourth 1 Ellmaker, James, miller Oneida 3 Eli, A., boot and shoe dealer, 197 E. Water,
residence Fourth 1 Emery, Peter, carpenter Market 1 Emery, Edward, confectioner 15 Wisconsin 3 Emmons & Van Dyke, attorneys at law 162 E. Water 3 Emmons, Norman J., (of E. & Van Dyke) 162 E. Water 4 Endres, Frederick West Water 3 End, A., teamster Jefferson 3 Englehart, G. P., butcher Huron 3 Engelhard, J. P., baker Huron 2 Engleiter, Christian, laborer Short 2 Engel, Samuel, grocer Chesnut 4 Enk, John, blacksmith West Water 3 Ercanbrach, George, (of P. Yale & Co.) Van Buren 3 Erickson, Miss E., dressmaker Jackson 2 Erschues, Peter, miller Galena 4 Esch, John, blacksmith West Water 1 Eulen, Martin, laborer Market 5 Evans, Sidney River 3 Evans, T. J., draper and tailor Wisconsin 3 Evans, William E., carpenter and joiner Jackson 1 Evans, Samuel, cabinet maker Milwaukee 4 Evans, Samuel, saddler Spring 5 Eberts, Charles G., carpenter S. Water 1 Everts, Charles P., clerk of Board of Supervisors, Court House Square 2 Ewald, John, tailor Green Bay 1 Ewer, Henry, tailor Wisconsin 2 Ewers, Alexander, ship carpenter Third 2 Fahary, Edward, laborer Fourth 2 Fairchilds, Wolcott, millwright
boards at Washington House 5 Fakel, , John, shoemaker Elizabeth 3 Falon, James, laborer Huron 1 Farlkl, Martin, carpenter Market 1 Farkeg, John Market 4 Farmin, Hiram (of Martin & F) Wells 5 Farmer, Henry, ship carpenter Hanover 5 Farley, Patrick, laborer Center 5 Farley, James, laborer Elizabeth 3 Farr, Miss M., milliner 190 E. Water 4 Farr, James Jr., clerk at Eldred’s lumberyard West Water 3 Farrington, John, cabinet maker Michigan 1 Farrell, Garret, laborer Market 1 Farrell, James, joiner Astor 3 Faries, R.J., (of Miner & F) Wisconsin 3 Farwell, L.J. & Co., hardware and stoves 137 E. Water 2 Fatt, George, shoemaker Fourth 3 Faulk, Hiram, merchant 42 Huron 4 Feabruth, Martin, cooper Fourth 2 Felden, Joseph, laborer Vliet 2 Feldhorst, Garret, laborer Galena 2 Ferger, Frederick, laborer Vliet 1 Ferguson, David, clerk. Wisconsin M. & F. Insurance company Jefferson 3 Ferrall, John, cartman Main 1 Fess, Henry Jr., druggist 207 E. Water 2 Fessenfield, G., shoemaker Green Bay 1 Fields, Peter Jefferson 1 Fielding, James, carpenter and joiner Wisconsin 1 Fillmore, John S. Van Buren 2 Filmer, Joseph, cooper Third 1 Finch & Lynde, attorneys at law Wisconsin 1 Finch, Asahel Jr., (of F. & Lynde) 9 Mason 1 Finch, C. D., clerk at Shepards & Bonnel’s 9 Mason 4 Finch, Lewis P., carpenter Second 3 Fink, Jacob, cabinet maker 71 E. Water 3 Finnesy, Patrick, laborer Beach 1 Fister, G.P., leather, dealer 267 E. Water 4 Fishback, John, grocer 199 W. Water 4 Fishback, Anthony, mason Fourth 3 Fisher, P., butcher Huron 2 Fisher, Julius, cooper Third 2 Fisher, Joseph, wheelwright Walnut 5 Fishedick, John, watchmaker Lake 5 Fitzsimmons, Patrick Main 3 Fitzpatrick & Whalen, grocers East Water 3 Fitzpatrick, John (of F. & Whalen) 72. Huron 1 Fitch, Rev. Lemon Jefferson 1 Fitch, Sylvester, blacksmith Main 3 Fitch & Crist, blacksmiths Chicago 1 Fitch, S. (of F. & Crist) Main 3 Fitzgerald, Thomas, grocer Main 5 Fitzgerald, Michael, cartman Main 3 Flaherty, John, cartman Beach 4 Flanders, James F., landowner Sycamore 3 Fletzheim, August, carpenter Jefferson 1 Fleming, George, mariner Jackson 3 Fleming, Lewis S., grocer 156. Huron 2 Flint, William, carpenter Third 2 Fluskey, Lyman, Deputy Sheriff,
boards at Washington House 4 Floyd, Edward, laborer Third 3 Folly, Paul, carpenter Van Buren 5 Folsom, C. A., grocer res. Ferry Lake 1 Follamsbee, Alanson, baker Wisconsin 1 Ford, Levine G., millwright Van Buren 3 Forman, Simeon Huron 3 Foote, Matilda, widow 40 Wisconsin 3 Foote, S.E., dealer in hats and caps 184 E. Water 2 Foster, Edwin S., farmer Vliet 5 Fowler, M. R., physician River 1 Fowler, John, mariner Jackson 2 Fowler, William, blacksmith 341 Third 2 Fowler, Ebenezer M., carpenter and joiner Fourth 1 Fowler, George J. 221 E.Water 1 Franchere, Louis, land agent Mason 4 Fraleng, John, ship carpenter Second 1 Fratney, Frederick, publisher of the Volkfreund 321 E. Water 2 Frazier, William, carpenter Cherry 2 Frazier, Miligan, carpenter Cherry 1 Freeman, Henry, shoemaker Van Buren 1 Freeman, Thomas, shoemaker Oneida 2 Freger, Philip, wheelwright, Chesnut
residence Fourth 2 Frey, Jacob, laborer Second 2 Freudenberg, Martin, carpenter Fifth 3 Frederick,. Louis, cartman Jefferson 5 French, John S., carpenter Greenbush 1 Fridensprung, Andrew, laborer Jefferson 1 Frodtenkar, Peter, cooper, East Water
residence Marin 1 Froiseth, B.A., dry goods and groceries E. Water 1 Frotinger, Ursula, widow, seamstress Market 2 Fuch, John D.F., laborer west of Prairie 1 Fuche, Francis A., blacksmith East Water 2 Fuhrer, John, carpenter Cedar 2 Fuehrmann, A., grocer 313 Third 3 Furlong, John, grocer 313 Third 3 Furlong, William, Greenfield House Main 5 Furman, Samuel, ship builder Greenbush 4 Fursa, Robert, shoemaker Third 5 Gsbleson, Samuel, cabinet maker River 4 Gabel, A., tailor, West Water
residence Third 4 Gaffney, Patrick, laborer Wells 3 Gale, John Jefferson 1 Gale, Havair, carpenter Biddle 3 Gallagher, John, East Water St. House East Water 3 Gallagher, James, laborer 77 Huron 4 Gallagher, Patrick, cartman 255 W. Water 4 Gallery, William, laborer Fifth 1 Garnard, James, laborer Jackson 2 Gardner, Capt., mariner,
boards at American House 4 Garland, Converse, (of Ludington & G.) Menominee 4 Gardner, John J. (of W.J. Wells & Co.) Second 4 Garlach, Andrew, laborer Third 3 Gardiner, S., jeweler and piano forte dealer E. Water 5 Gates, Nathan, tailor River 1 Gates, Lewis M., clerk at Gridley’s residence Jefferson 2 Gates, William A., barber 369 Third 2 Gay Abraham D., works at Pail Factory
residence Third 2 Gaerlings, Garret, shoemaker Milwaukee 4 Gerlach, M. (of Heishou & Co.) Spring 2 Gebhart, George, laborer Walnut 1 Gheib,J. W., sealer of weights and measures Van Buren 2 Geller, George, laborer Second 1 Geller, J., locksmith E. Water 3 George, J. & J.P., hat, cap and fur store 194 E. Water 2 George, J. & J.P 348 Third 1 George, Paul, (of G.P.J. & J.)
at Rhenish House 1 George, David, clerk at J. & J.P. George’s Biddle 2 Gerhardt, Christian, cooper Third 2 Gerlach, H. , tailor and paper hanger 48 Chesnut 1 Getz, Paul E. Water 1 Gilbert, Abijah, carriage maker E. Water 1 Gilbert Jonathan, carpenter Main 2 Gilbert, George laborer Winnebago 2 Glintz, Jacob, carpenter Fifth 3 Glidden, George, fanning mill maker Main 2 Glaessing, John J., cooper Third 2 Glasser, John & Co., wheelwrights Vliet 2 Gestler, Harmon, laborer Fifth 2 Grewuch, Luding, carpenter Third 2 Goetz, John, shoemaker 29 Chesnut 2 Goetz, Therresia, widow Twelfth 2 Goebel, L. Fourth 3 Goff, H.J.& Co., confectioners 198 E. Water 3 Goggin, James, grocer and dry goods 76 E. Water 4 Gordon, Jedzian, ox yoke maker, W. Water
residence Main 2 Golden, Edward, laborer Galena 3 Golden, William, Franklin Coffee House E. Water 3 Gordon, Willard J., lumber dealer E. Water 2 Gorham, William, physician Fifth 5 Goodman, Henry, cradle maker Hanover 3 Goodwin, Dexter S., tin smith 20 Michigan 1 Goodrich, Isaac G., fruit dealer, 204 E Water
residence Van Buren 3 Goodrich & Easton, dry goods and groceries E. Water 5 Goodrich & Easton, pro. steam flouring mill E. Water 5 Goodrich, E.H. (of Easton & Co.) City Hotel 4 Goodall, Ira E., dry goods and groceries, W. Water residence Sycamore 2 Goodman, C., fancy dyer 314 Third 3 Graham, William, butcher Main 5 Graham. Johnston, laborer Elizabeth 3 Graham, W.W., attorney at law 176 E. Water 3 Grant, S.B., lumber dealer 176 E. Water 3 Grant, Lewis, laborer Detroit 3 Grant, Joseph, painter and glazier, Oneida residence Biddle 4 Grant, James, carpenter Clyburn 2 Granacher, John 337 Third 2 Gran, August, butcher 296 Third 2 Graedel, Nicholas, tailor Green Bay 1 Graves, Nelson, ship carpenter 283 E. Water 1 Graves, George E., sheriff of Milwaukee County
residence At the jail 3 Gray, Alexander T., attorney at law Wisconsin 4 Grase, James, carpenter Wells 5 Green, George, carpenter Greenbush 3 Green, Thomas, Public Garden Wisconsin 5 Green, Hezekiah, ship carpenter Lake 2 Greene, German P., carpenter Fifth 2 Greenleaf, Emery, baker, Chesnut residence Third 2 Greve, H., laborer Walnut 1 Greves, J.P., physician physician 5 Grebel, Herman, barber Ferry 5 Greisch, Peter, cabinet maker Lake 2 Greiger, John, carpenter 304 W. Water 2 Greulich & Haertel, grocers & c. 300 Third 2 Greulich, August (of G. & Haertel) Fourth 1 Griffen, Michael, laborer Cass 4 Gridley, J.C., dry goods & groceries, 11 Spring residence Fourth 4 Grimm, Edward Fourth 2 Griffiths, Silas 281 Third 2 Grindel, Charles, blacksmith 60 Chesnut 2 Griesbaum, Wendell, laborer Winnebago 2 Grimes, Thomas, laborer Eighth 2 Grokie, Charles, shoemaker 327 Third 5 Groth, Charles, wheelwright Grove 3 Grobe, Luding, tailor E. Water 2 Groterad, H., laborer Green Bay 2 Gruenhagen, John Third 2 Grundman, Henry, barber Third 4 Guevten, Theodore, cabinet maker Second 4 Grushus, Henry, fisherman Fourth 4 Grushus, Martin, fisherman Fourth 2 Greuenhagen, Jacob, contractor Third 5 Gubbins, Widow Reed 4 Guerin, Byron, mason Fourth 4 Guilbert, Jonathan, confectioner
on Spring St. Bridge 3 Guine, Matthew, carpenter Main 3 Gullan, Thomas, farmer Huron 3 Gurin, Patrick, constable Main 1 Gust, Frederick, carpenter Market 5 Guth, S, shoemaker Ferry 1 Guy, Jane, widow Main 4 Haap, Joseph, cooper Fourth 2 Haas, Joseph & Co., wheelwrights Vliet 3 Haberkorn, John, cabinet maker Main 3 Hackett, Edward, teamster Jefferson 3 Hackett, Richard, contractor Milwaukee 5 Hadley, Horace, shoemaker River 1 Haen, Adam, match manufacturer Van Buren 3 Haertell, Herman (of Greulich & H) residence Fourth 2 Haerle, Lewis, cooper Cedar 2 Haerre, John P., laborer Galena 3 Hafner, Daniel, shoemaker Jackson 2 Hagenbergh, John C., cooper Fifth 3 Hale, William, carpenter and boarding house Michigan 1 Hale & Chapman, books and stationary 7 Wisconsin 1 Hale, P.C. (of H & Chapman) boards at A.L. Chapins 3 Haley, James, carpenter 139 E. Water 3 Haley Jerry, laborer Van Buren 1 Haley, P., laborer Main 2 Hall, John B., scythe maker Canal 4 Hall, I.A. Sycamore 3 Hall, William H., wholesale grocer 155 E. Water 3 Hall, Josiah, blacksmith Third 5 Hammer, Jacob, laborer Mineral 5 Hamilton, Alexander, ship carpenter Chicago 1 Hamlin & Webster, grocers and provisions 234 E. Water 4 Hamlin, Joseph, carpenter Second 1 Hamel, Peter, ship carpenter Market 3 Handly, Michael, laborer Huron 3 Handly, Thomas, laborer Jackson 3 Handly, Patrick, cartman Jackson 2 Hauchke, Joseph, cartman Third 3 Hanson, H.M. & Co., druggists 136 Third 2 Hauf, Matthew, laborer Chesnut 2 Hange, John, carpenter Vliet 2 Hauf, Christian, blacksmith Prairie 3 Hangel, M., cabinet maker 74 Huron 2 Hanning, August, grocer Chesnut 5 Hansmann, L., laborer Chicago 3 Hanson, John, grocer and boarding house 34 Huron 5 Harriman, Nathaniel, carpenter Hanover 4 Harmeyer, Francis Hanover 5 Harmeyer, A., constable Hanover 5 Harris, Lansing, carpenter Hanover 2 Harmsen, Harman, baker Tenth 5 Harris, Lucius S., carpenter Reed 5 Harris, George H., teamster Reed 3 Harris, H.H., grocer, 117 E. Water residence Main 3 Harris, J.L., grocer and boarding house 123 Huron 4 Harrison, John 254 W. Water 4 Harrison, Caleb, building mover 254 W. Water 4 Harrison, Lawrence, Farmers’ Recess 254 W. Water 5 Harri, A., blacksmith Reed 1 Hart, W.L. & J., ladies’ fancy goods 183 E. Water 1 Hart, James, carpenter Jackson 2 Hart, Martin, laborer Fifth 3 Hartlach, John, laborer Cedar 2 Hartling, John, carpenter Green Bay 5 Hartman, John, butcher Lake 2 Harcks, Theodore, laborer Vliet 3 Hard, H.M., physician East Water 3 Harvey, Mrs. C., milliner 12 Wisconsin 1 Harvey, Miss C., boarding house 221 E. Water 1 Hare, Michael, mason 373 E. Water 1 Hardy, John, carpenter Biddle 2 Hardman, Edward, fuller of cloth Vliet 4 Harper, Robert, bookkeeper Third 2 Harttert, John C.G., blacksmith Third 2 Harttert, G, grocer 226 Third 1 Hass, Martin, carpenter and joiner Van Buren 5 Hansey, Edward, landowner Hanover 1 Haskell, Job Boards at Widow Hill’s 3 Hastings, George, dry goods & groceries Boards. at Mrs. Thurston’s 3 Hatch, A.W., druggist, E. Water residence Van Buren 3 Hatheway & Hurd, crockery & glassware 144 E. Water 3 Hatheway, George C. (of H. & Hurd) 144 E. Water 3 Hathaway, Erastus, grocer, 215 E. Water residence Main 3 Hathaway, Joshua, land agent Main 2 Hattemer, Christian Twelfth 2 Hansbaugh, Frederick, brewer Third 3 Hawley, Abel, engineer Michigan 1 Hawley, Joseph, mariner Marshall 1 Hawley, Cyrus, clerk of District Court 5 Hawkins, William A., Lake House Ferry 1 Hawkins, William, planning machine maker 251 E. Water 3 Hayes, M., widow, boarding Main 1 Hayburn, James C., (of McCormick & H.) Biddle 5 Hayden, Samuel W. River 5 Haydon, John G., carpenter boards at Lake House 3 Haydn, H.A., dry goods and groceries 163 E. Water 3 Hayden, John, shoemaker Main 5 Hayden, Widow 1 Haywood, Thomas, carpenter Jefferson 4 Haywood, William, gunmaker 248 W. Water 3 Hazseim, A. 100 Huron 4 Hedding, John, carpenter and joiner West Water 1 Hedding, H.M., carpenter and joiner Milwaukee 2 Heim, Adam, carpenter Carpenter 1 Heinsohn, J.A. & Co., liquor store East Water 4 Heinsohn, John A. (of H.J.A. & Co.) residence Spring St. Hill 1 Heide, Henry Market 1 Heiss, Rev. Michael, pastor of St. Mary’s church Main 2 Heir, Daniel, laborer Prairie 2 Heiss, Adam, laborer Eighth 2 Heidmann, John H., farmer Vliet 1 Heitengreich, M., shoemaker 389 E. Water 1 Helfrech, John, tailor Van Buren 1 Helfenstein, J. Albert, receiver U.S. land office Jefferson 1 Helfenstein, John P. Jefferson 3 Helfenstein, Charles P., forwarding & commission Erie 4 Helm, Michael, laborer Fourth 2 Hellman, George, carpenter Galena 2 Helm, John, (of Luke and Helm) Third 3 Hemenway, Ripley & Wells, attorneys and land agents E. Water 1 Hemenway, Joel W. residence Jackson 3 Hemmingway, Thomas, chandler 104 HuronuronHuron 2 Henaner, Conradt, stone cutter Cherry 2 Hengel, Martin, laborer Tenth 5 Henry, William, mariner Chicago 3 Hank, Mathias J., Farmer’s Home E. Water 1 Hendricks, Henry E. Water 1 Henderson, Mrs. B., tailoress Wisconsin 1 Henderson, John C., mariner Jefferson 1 Henderson, Arthur C., carpenter and joiner Jefferson 2 Hengel, Martin, laborer Tenth 4 Hensel, Frederick, building mover Second 1 Henni, John M., Rt. Rev. Bishop of Milwaukee Jefferson 2 Hepther, John west of Prairie 2 Hepner, Frederick west of Prairie 2 Hepp. Charles, wheelwright 315 Third 1 Herman, Frederick, pottery Market 1 Hercer, Ernst, carpenter Milwaukee 2 Herzer, Frederick, blacksmith Fourth 2 Hernsberger, Abraham, grocer Winnebago 2 Herring, Peter, laborer Milwaukee 2 Herrmann, John, painter Cedar 1 Hess, Valentine, musician Market 2 Hess, John, grocer 364 Fourth 3 Hewitt, G. P., stores and hardware, 170 E. Water residence Van Buren 1 Hewitt, Jesse S., physician, Main boards at Mrs. Thurston’s 3 Howard, John, tailor Jefferson 1 Heyer, Lewis, principal of Milwaukee Academy Jefferson 2 Hibner, Frederick, laborer Fifth 3 Hibbard, W. B., agent of St. Clair lumber yard Erie 2 Hibbard, Jeremiah, agent for axe factory Canal 4 Hibbard, Robert, shoemaker, W. Water residence Ninth 3 Hibbard, P.B., clerk at Daggett & Richardson’s Jefferson 3 Hickey, John, laborer Main 4 Hicks, Roswell, carpenter Eighth 3 Higby, L.J., forwarding and commission foot of Beach 1 Higgins, Mary, widow, washing Jackson 1 Higgins, John O., laborer Marshall 2 Higley, Alonzo, baker Winnebago 5 Hilden, Alonzo, ship carpenter Hanover 5 Hilderman, G., tailor Hanover 3 Hiles, R., widow, silk dyeing Wisconsin 2 Hiler, U., butcher Chesnut 1 Hill, P.B. residence Spring 3 Hill, Charles H., saddler, E. Water residence Huron 3 Hill, Daniel, grocer Michigan 3 Hill, Francis J., hairdresser Michigan 2 Hill, Avery, mason Galena 1 Hill, Louise, widow, boarding Oneida 3 Hillebrant, F., laborer Fourth 4 Hillenberg, Frederick, laborer Jackson 5 Hillard, Oliver G. (of Putnam & Co.) S. Water 2 Hilpert, David, cooper Chesnut 2 Hilgenberg & Co., painters 53 Chesnut 5 Hinton, Henry T., (of H. & DeWolf) Hanover 5 Hintz, Frederick, milkman Walker 2 Hiroch, John, blacksmith Vliet 5 Hoehne, J., shoemaker Elizabeth 3 Hoeger, T.B., book binder 101 E. Water 1 Hoeffal, Lewis, saddler 225 E. Water 2 Hoehne, Frederick, laborer Fourth 1 Hoff, Mrs. Elizabeth Market 4 Hoff, Stephen, laborer Astor 5 Hoffman, Joseph, laborer Elizabeth 1 Holffman, L., laborer Main 2 Hofher, Benedict, cooper Third 2 Holcomb, C.D., printer, American Freeman boards at C.C. Olin’s 4 Holton, Edward D. residence 181 Third 3 Holman, G.H. W. & N. B., G. Tremont House Michigan 1 Holman, Joseph N., boarding house E. Water 2 Holaran, James, laborer Fourth 1 Hollister, Cornelius, grocer, 206 E. Water residence Jefferson 1 Holliday, James (of Crocker & H.) residence Main 2 Holland, John, cooper Vliet 2 Holte, P., laborer Galena 2 Holmes, James B., carpenter and joiner Fifth 5 Holmes, Thomas, laborer Hanover 1 Holmes, Joseph, carpenter Cass 5 Holden, Charles, fisherman Madison 2 Holzhausen, Ludwig, blacksmith Second 4 Hood, J., grocer, 6 Spring residence Fourth 3 Hopkins, I.A., books and stationary, E. Water residence Milwaukee 2 Hoover, Jacob (of Medberry & H.) Poplar 3 Horton, H.S., attorney at law E. Water 1 Horner, J., dyer and scourer Milwaukee 4 Horan, Michael, carpenter Spring 2 Horn, William, blacksmith 411 Third 2 Horn, G., laborer Green Bay 2 Horn, Frederick, laborer Green Bay 1 Horton & Tucker, ball alley River 2 Horsford & Co., sash and blind maker Canal 2 Horsford, J.W. (of H. & Co.) 4 Hosmer, Sylvester Second 1 Hosford, Joseph, sash and blind maker Market 1 Hosfelt, Edward, clerk 373 E. Water 2 Houghton, Richard, land owner Fourth 1 Hovenstein, George, laborer E. Water 5 Howard, William, laborer Hanover 3 Hotchkiss, Robert (of Trumbull & H.) Green Bay 5 Howard, Jeremiah, carpenter Walker 3 Howard, J., carpenter Marshall 2 Howlands Brass Works 333 Third 3 Howett, A., wheelwright Michigan 3 Hoystradt, M., widow, tailoress 190 E. Water 3 Howell, Joseph S., cooper 405 Third 3 Hubbell, Levi, attorney at law, E. Water boards at U.S. Hotel 2 Hubbart, H.W., tailor 341 Third 1 Huber, Harmon, bookbinder 277 E. Water 2 Huber, John, cooper Fifth 2 Huebschmann, F., physician Third 2 Huestis, John, attorney at law Third 2 Huffman, John, carpenter Third 1 Huffman, Francis, grocer E. Water 1 Huff, R., mason Cass 1 Huff, Milton, cabinet maker Main 3 Hughes, John, bowling saloon, E. Water residence Milwaukee 2 Hughes, George, carpenter Cherry 5 Hully, Peter, shoemaker Ferry 1 Hull, Henry E., attorney at law, Wisconsin boards at City Hotel 1 Hull, Polly, widow 77 Wisconsin 1 Hulburt, William, tinsmith Oneida 3 Humphrey, Bissel, forwarding & commission foot of Huron 3 Humphrey, Mrs. Phebe, seamstress E. Water 3 Humphrey, Joseph, mariner E. Water 1 Humble, Joseph O., engineer Milwaukee 1 Hunt, Thomas, carpenter Main 1 Hupnim, Conrad, baker 241 E. Water 3 Hurton, John, wheelwright Huron 3 Hurley, Charles, at Wisconsin Office boasrds Michigan 1 Hurley, Thomas, laborer Jackson 4 Husher, John, laborer Fifth 5 Hussy, Edward, Catholic bookstore 90 E. Water 1 Hutchinson, John, carpenter Walker 1 Hutchinson, John, carpenter Milwaukee 4 Hutchinson, Tobias, carpenter Jefferson 1 Hutchinson, Silas, carpenter Galena 1 Hutchings, Nathaniel, grocerHutchings, Nathaniel, grocer 221 E. Water 3 Huchinson, B., widow Cass 1 Illsley, F.I., piano forte and music store E. Water 1 Irnig, Jacob, cabinet maker E. Water 3 Irnig, Frederick, cabinet maker Market 3 Inbusch & Brothers, grocers 78 E. Water 2 Inbusch, John G. (of I. & Brothers) 78 E. Water 3 Ingraham, Rev. J.P.T., rector, Trinity Church boards at R. D. Jennings 1 Ismon, James R., teamster Fourth 1 Iren, Peter, ship carpenter Main 1 Iuden, Frederick, laborer Market 1 Iurgens, L., physician E. Water 1 Jacob, Philip, clerk at Peck & Bakers Market 3 Jack, Craig, carpenter and joiner Jefferson 3 Jameson, John, clerk at H. Fess Huron 1 James, Charles (of Coon, J. & Orton) boards at Widows Hills 2 James, Isaac U. (of Curran & J.) Van Buren 2 Jaratt, Charles, engineer Second 3 Jaratt, George, moulder Second 2 Jenkins, John, cabinet maker 81 E. Water 2 Jenkins, Charles E., attorney at law 353 Third 3 Jennings, R.D., dry goods, hardware & c. 353 Third 1 Jewitt, Nathan, clerk at G. & Eastons boards at A. Sawyers 1 Johnson, David, stone cutter Jefferson 1 Johnson, John, carpenter Van Buren 5 Johnson, Robert M., dealer in city lots S. Water 5 Johnson, Alexander, grocer Hanover 3 Johnson, Alfred, bookkeeper E. Water 3 Johnson, Thomas, & Co., grocers E. Water 3 Johnson, John, laborer 100 Huron 3 Johnson, Holman, blacksmith Michigan 3 Johnson, John, laborer Jefferson 1 Johnson, John P., watchmaker E. Water 1 Johnson, Thomas Cass 3 Johnson, James, physician, E. Water residence Van Buren 1 Johnson, Robert, joiner Jackson 4 Johnson, Thomas, tinman Third 4 Johnson, Summer R., tanner, W. Water residence Second 4 Johnson, Robert, laborer residence Second Jefferson 3 Joice, Thomas, butcher Hanover 5 Jones, J. J. teacher E. Water 3 Jones, J. E., Commercial Hotel Van Buren 3 Jones, John, papermaker 54 Huron 3 Jones, S., blacksmith Main 1 Jones, Nicholas W. Milwaukee 1 Jones, Granville, mason Jackson 1 Jones, Miss Elmira, school teacher Second 4 Jones, Gilbert, carpenter Galena 2 Jones, George, carpenter 114 Huron 3 Joss, J., boarding house W. Water 4 Jost, Rev. Charles, pastor of German Mission Winnebago 2 Jungblut, John, blacksmith Milwaukee 1 Juneau, Solomon, landowner Michigan 3 Junger, Peter, laborer Market 1 Julien, John, carpenter 389 E. Water 1 Just, William, mariner Vliet