1908: 802 N Parrish, Baltimore, Maryland with Maria J. Washington
1906: 1118 N Parrish, Baltimore, Maryland with laborer William Myers
1903: 1122 N Vincent, Baltimore, Maryland with laborer Thomas C. Bowen
1902: 1421 Cairo, Baltimore, Maryland with laborer Perry Gibson
1901: 502 N Vincent, Baltimore, Maryland
1892-1895: 1143 Whatcoat, Baltimore, Maryland
1890: Baltimore, Maryland (US Veterans Schedules)
1889: 334 S Calhoun, Baltimore, Maryland
1873: 14 E Madison, Baltimore, Maryland
1863: East Troy, New York (military enlistment)
Private in Company C of the 54th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, the first regiment in the United States to enlist men of color during the Civil War. Enlisted on 18 March 1863 from East Troy, New York. He was about 27 years old, married and working as a laborer when he enlisted. Mustered out 20 August 1865 with his regiment.
Enoch Davis / b. abt. 1845 Maryland / Black / Oyster Shucker / m. Ellen
Assuming for now the Enoch J. Davis in the Baltimore, Maryland city directory is the same as the Enoch Davis in the 1890 Veterans Schedules in Baltimore. No address is given in the 1890 Veterans Schedules so it's not 100% rock solid the same man. But probably. Hopefully further research will clarify with certainty. Middle initial J. comes from the city directory entries.
There is a Mrs. Mary Davis at 113 E Madison in the 1873 city directory. Possible relative / mother?