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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1827
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Foley mrs Amelia, Pierce W of Pine
Folk Lewis, bricklayer. Franklin, N side W of Pine
Folks Nicholas, hackdriver, Liberty, W side N of Baltimore
+Folks Henry, cordwainer 3 Hawk
Fonerden mrs. Esther, fancy dress and millinery store, 54
++Fontroy Wm. sawyer, Peace alley E of Eutaw st
Foose Jacob, rectify er of liquor, Harford ave N side
+Foote Hester, laundress, A usbury, S of Baltimore
Fopless Michael, hatter, 66 N Exeter
Forbes Andw. Saratoga, near Howard
Force Mary, widow, Green, W side S of Mulberry
Ford &, Parker, commission merchants, 7 Light st whf
Ford Stephen H. (firm of Ford & Parker) dw Mulberry
near Park
Ford Joseph T. cartwright, adjoining Pratt st bridge, dw
E Pratt N side E of his shop
Ford George W. commission merchant, 21 Light st wharf,
dw Hill, between Charles and Hanover, N side
Ford James, young ladies' boarding school, Holiday st 1
door N of Theatre
Ford Nicholas, carpenter, 43 Wagon alley, W of Park st
Ford mrs. Ann, Conway, N side, E of Hanover
Ford mrs. Mary, York avenue, E side. N of Madison st
Ford L. sea captain, NE corner of Bond and Gough
Ford Elias, shoe maker, 42 N Charles, dw Hamilton, W
of St. Paul's st
Ford John, dry goods dealer, 71 S High
Fordice Isaac, bay trader, York st S side, E of Charles
Foreman David, stone cutter, Pierce, W of Pine
Foreman Edward, grocery and feed store, SE corner of
Caroline and E Pratt
Foreman Christian, baker, SE corner of Fayette and Pine
Foreman mrs Ann, Cross st S side, near Johnson st
Foreman Christiana, shop keeper, N Eutaw, E side, N of
Mulberry st
Foreman Elizabeth, boarding house, 94 Dugan's wharf
Foremen Stephen, woodsawyer, Lerew's alley, N of Sa-
ratoga st
Forling Gustavus, sugar boiler, NW corner of Howard st
and Peace alley
Forman Francis, (House of Keller & Foreman,) flour mer-
chants, lower end of Commerce st wharf, dw Eutaw,
W side, N of Lombard
Forman J. R. domestic coffee manufacturer, Pitt st S of

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