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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1837
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GAI Matchett's Baltimore

Fritz Frederick, baker, 38 Union st

Fry G.grocer, s e cor Albemarle and Water Sts

Fry James H. shoe maker, Comet st w of Aisquith

Fryer E. S. gilder, 2 n Gay st

Fryatt Mrs Susan, 32 e Baltimore st

Fridge St Morris, 8 s Charles st

Fridge Alexander, of above firm, dw 32 Sharp st

Fugleson ————, turner, Camden st near Charles

Fulen Michael, carter, Park lane e of Schroeder

Fulford John, tailor, Shakspeare st w of Market f. p.

Fullerton George, drayman, Preston st s of Rosa

Fullerton Peter, labourer, Saratoga st e of Cove

Fuller Thomas, labourer, Centre st near Charles

Fuller Horace, grocer, Wolf st s of Fleet

Fuller Capt Josiah, mariner, Fleet st e of Washington

Fuller Philip, wheelwright, Eager alley, s of Mulberry st

Fuller Elizabeth, dry goods store, 8 e Baltimore st

Fullerton &. Kennard, dry goods store, 47 Baltimore st

Fulman Valentine, corder, Sarah Ann st e of Cove

Fulton Thomas H. wadiding manufacturer, French st near Patter

Fulton Mrs M. grocer, Sarah Ann st near schroeder

Fulton Dr. Robert, 41 s Sharp street

Fulton John, merchant, 28 Hanover st

Furguson John, grocer, cor Howard and Perry sts

Furguson Benjamin, labourer, Elbow lane w of Green st

Furguson Charles, clerk, Saratoga st w of Gay

Furguson Duncan, engineer, Hughes st near Light

Funk Jacob, carpenter. Lexington st e of Cove

Funk William, labourer, 19 Thames street

Furlong John, cor Holliday st and Orange alley

Furnace Levi, plaisterer, Hillen st near Exeter

Furney Nicholas, harness maker, Orchard st s of Ross

Furo Mrs Sarah, tailoress, Water st near Centre Market space

Fuss John, baker, Carpenter alley w of Howard st

Fusselbauh William, paint, oil und glass store, Gay st s of High

dw High st near French

+Fussemore Isaac, labourer, Long alley near Frederick st
Fussell Jacob, stone dealer and blacksmith, Pratt st bridge, dw

Front st s of Low

Gable Henry, grocer, cor Orleans and Forest Sts
Gadd Luther, cordwainer, Hanover st of Hughes
Gaddess & Bnteen, marble cutters, cor Sharp and German sts
Gade Catherine, boarding house, 40 South st
Gade John, coach lace manufacturer, Gay at near Orange alley
Gaines John, s e cor Fell and Thames sis
+Gaines Nehemiah, labourer, Spring st n of Cough
Gainers Henry, grocer, cor Eutaw and Conway sts
Gaither George R. & Co. wholesale dry goods mts. 203 w Bal-
Gaither George R. dw Fayette st e of Paca [timore st


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