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From: "Vincent E. Summers" <>
Subject: [PHILLY-ROOTS-L] 1835 should have read 1840!!!
Date: Wed, 10 Apr 2002 09:42:41 -0400
References: <3CB440C8.9F2B4AB4@nrao.edu>


Whoops! That should have read 1840! Sorry. I hate to confuse!

Vince

"Vincent E. Summers" wrote:
>
> Odd. Most odd. Suddenly it is BATES heaven!
>
> 1835 Philadelphia City Directory: <-------Should read 1840!!!
>
> BATES Charles, George ab Sch. 6th.
> BATES Charles, butcher, 4th bel Master, (K.)
> BATES Daniel, tailor, 4 Short ct.
> BATES David, mer., 198 High, h 272 N 7th.
> BATES D. & Co., boots & shoes, 198 High.
> BATES Elizabeth, 27 Palmyra row.
> BATES Elizabeth, c Orchard and Rawle
> BATES George, foundry, Penn n Maiden.
> BATES & GHEGAN, stoves, 146 N 3rd.
> BATES Jacob, cordw., 25 Beaver.
> BATES James, tailor, 282 High, h 357 Cedar.
> BATES James A., cabinetmaker, 2 Carberry ct.
> BATES Joel, machinist, 13 Drinker's alley, 21 New.
> BATES John, carpenter, 6th ab Poplar.
> BATES John, cordwainer, 14 Budd.
> BATES M. A., Orchard n Rawle.
> BATES Robert, shoemaker, 80 Locust.
> BATES William, dyer, G T road ab Camac.
>
> Notes: n = near, ab = above, mer = merchant, cordw = cordwainer,
> bel = below, c = corner, ct = court, Sch = Schuylkill - a reference
> to a district, I believe. Other's can qualify, or you can find the
> answer in the archives, as it has been discussed before.
>
> Very curious how this late in "the game" all of the names you refer
> to seem to pop out all at once - with the exception of the name of
> Samuel.
>
> I will go another directory or two.
>
> Vince
>
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