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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1837
Volume 489, Page 166   View pdf image (33K)
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HIL Matchett's Baltimore

Hickman Isaac, cordwainer, Fish Market space

Hickman Fanny, Potter e of Low st

Hickman Abraham, labourer, McElderry e of Aisquith st

Hicklar Clement, harness maker, Eutaw n of Mulberry st

Hicks George, waterman, 13 Bond st

Hicks mrs Margaret, Gough e of Eden st

Hicks Mary, Conway e of Howard

Hicks Elizabeth, Mulberry e of Pine st

Hicks George, grocer, 59 Aisquith st

+Hicks Horace, waiter, St. Paul n of Hamilton st

Hicksley Wm J. carpenter, n Gay near Aisquith st

Hickson John, hat manu. 71 n Howard st

Higginbothan Thomas, cor Hanover and Perry Sts

Higginbothan C. & J. A. 35 Ann st dw Argyle al near Alice

Higgins Hannah, Bishop lane near Wilk st [Anna st

Higgins Edward, confectioner, 36 Pratt st

Higgins Mrs Susanna, Orleans st e of Caroline

High William, jr. painter, Eutaw st n of Conway

High James, painter, Park lane w of Schroeder st

High William, painter, Union st s of Ross

High Samuel, painter, Pierce st e of Cove

High David, bricklayer, Biddle alley s of Ross st

High Joseph, painter, Columbia st w of Green

++High James, carter, Low Sts of Aisquith

+High Julia, Mill st near Pratt

Highams John, lime store, Eutaw st n of Saratoga

Highe Mrs. 101 Hanover st

Higher Jacob, labourer, French st 2d door from Potter

+Hight David, labourer. Forest st opposite Penitentiary

Higuat John, brickmaker, Columbia st extended

++ Hilary, Ambrose, barber, Water st near Centre Market space

Hilberg William, merchant tailor, 4 s Calvert st

Hilbert Henry, currier, Fayette st w of Pearl

Hiibrich George, wheelwright, Market st extended, f. p.

Hildebrant John, printer, cor Pearl st and Park lane

Hildebrandt Henry, shoe maker, 44 Hill st

Hill Thos. G. agent S. & W. Meteer, 193 Balimore st. dw Front

Hill Samuel, baker, German st w of Liberty [ st s of Low

Hill Alexander, grocer, s e cor Concord and Pratt Sts. dw Gough

Hill Mrs Catherine, Gough st s of Pratt

Hill William, watchman, Bond st s of Pratt

Hill Mrs Lucinda, boarding house, Holliday st s of Pleasant

Hill John H. boot and shoe manufacturer, 12 n Gay st. dw cor

Hill Dr. John, 68 s Charles st [Saratoga Gay sts

Hill Mrs. sempstress, Cove st s of Sarah Ann

Hill Mrs Jane, sempstress, Pearl st s of Lexington

Hill Rev. Stephen P. pastor of 1st Baptist church, Park st n o.

Hill William A. cordwainer, Peach alley s side [Mulberry

Hill Joshua, watchman, Hampstead st w of Strawberry alley



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