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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1837
Volume 489, Page 170   View pdf image (33K)
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HOL Matchett's Baltimore

Holbrook Capt John D. 7 Fountain row Spring st
Holbrook Jacob, boot and shoe manufacturer, 63 Harrison st
Holbrook Patrick, grocer, cor Gay and Forest Sts
Holbrook Capt. Joseph, Baltimore st e of Lloyd
Holden Joseph K. morocco dresser, 11 n High st
Holden mrs Ann, sempstress, High st near Hillen
Holden mrs. Apple al n of Shakspeare st
Holland Wm. constable, Mulberry st e of Eutaw
Holland Elizabeth, bookfolder, Eutaw st s of Franklin
Holland Philip, labourer, Camden st w of Howard
Holland Joseph, carpenter, 76 Liberty st
Holland John, bricklayer, Aisquith st s of Madison
Holland Catherine, widow, Caroline st n of Baltimore
Holland James, clerk, Albemarle st n of Stiles
Holland Littleton, jeweller, 13 St Paul's st

Holland George, victualler, Harford avenue

Holland Joshua, boot and shoe manufacturer, 40 n Gay st
Holland James, tailor, n Gay st near Mott

Holland John, gas maker, East st near French

Holland Jesse, cooper, Commerce st s of Pratt

++Holland Denby, labourer, West st extended

+Holland Solomon, waterman, Happy al w of Gough st

+Holland Jane, washer, Hull's lane e of Friendship st

Hollet Cornelius, carter, Rock st s of Saratoga

Holley George, labourer, Columbia st e of Howard

Holliday Benjamin, carter, Biddle al s of Ross st

Holliday mrs Frances, sempstress, 3 Constitution st

Holliday John, carpenter, Canton

Holliday mrs Ruth, milliner, 29 Harrison st

+Holliday Enoch, waiter, Sharp st n of Lexington

+Holliday Harriet, Apple al s of Baltimore st

Hollingsburgh John, carter, Park lane e of Pine st

Hollingshead Francis, Lee st w of Hanover

Hollingshead John, Hill st w of Charles

Hollingsworth Elizabeth, Franklin st w of Pearl

Hollingsworth &, Co. grocers, cor George st and Penn avenue

Hollingsworth mrs Mary, 8 Saratoga st

Hollingsworth Mrs. Saratoga st w of Charles

+ Hollingsworth Abraham, labourer, St. Paul's st n of Hamilton

Hollins Wm. Fayette st 3 doors e of Calvert

Hollins Robt. S. sec'y. Baltimore and Susquehanna Rail Road
office, Second st near Gay, dw Frederick n of Second,

Hollins John S. proprietor Washington Cotton factory, Water
st near exchange

Hollins Eliza, widow, Armistead st e of Strawberry al

Hollins Lieut. George N. Aisquith st n of Holland

+Hollins Mary, teacher, L. Sharp st s of Barnet

+HolIins Patty, Apple alley near Wilk st

Hollis James, carpenter, Pine st n of Mulberry

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