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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1827
Volume 491, Page 115   View pdf image (33K)
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Grundy Geo. C (firm of Grundy & Sons) dw Courtland,
E side, near Saratoga
Grundy Biram, merchant, dw Hamilton, E of Cathedral
Gudeon Jesse, East, W side, N of Pitt
+Gubler Jno brewer, 10 Frandlin st (Franklin Row)
+Guess Jacob, labourer. Ann, E side, S of Gough
Guest Basil, proprietor, of Columbian Gardens, E Balto.
Guest Richd. woodcorder, S Charles, W side S of Conway
Guestier Peier A. merchant 54 S Frederick, dw 25 E Bal-
Guinand F. E. jeweller and variety store, 72 Baltimore
Guisendaffer mrs Catherine, E Water, N side near Harford
Gundry Wm. H carpenter, Smith's alley, N side
Gunn James, 25 S Howard
Gunnell mrs. Susanna, N Howard, E side, S of Richmond
Gurney G. shoemaker, Beuren st E side near the jail
Gustis Elizabeth laundress Fleet, E of Bond, N side
+Gustus Abm. sawyer, Spring, W side near E Baltimore
++Gustus Cassy, laundress, S Caroline, S of Pinkney
Gutch Thos G. printer, 40 Potter st
Guthrow John, 38 S Charles
Gwinn mrs Achsale 9 E Eutaw
Gwinn Charles, flour merchant, 5 Spear's whf. dw 74 W
Gwinn James, labourer, N Calvert, W side, opposite City
Gwinn Wm U. flour merchant, 5 Spear's whf. dw Sharp st
W side N of Busy alley
Gwynn mrs Hannah, 106 N Exeter
Gwynn Wm. attorney at law, St Paul's st opposite Bank
Gwynn Wm. editor of the Baltimore Gazette and Daily Ad-
vertiser. NE, corner of St Paul's st and Bank lane
Gwynn Sarah, Pitt, N side E of Aisquith
HABBERSETT HENRY, proprietor of the Cross Keys
tavern, 116 N High
+Habit——, carter, Spring, 8 of Wilk
Hack Andw. grocer, 34 N Howard, NW corner Green and
Hack John, tobacconist, SE corner Howard and Lexington,
dw N Eutaw, W side, S of Saratoga
Hacket James, tailor, 29 New Church, formerly Vulcan al.
Hacket James, shoemaker 87 Park
Hackett & Sleepy, tailors and habit makers, 2 Holiday

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