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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1835
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Director for 1835 HAF

Gruber Jacob, locksmith, 105 Camden street

Grubb George, cedar cooper, German st near Pine

Grubb John, labourer, East street s of Pitt

Grubb William, morocco dresser, High street n of Gay

Grubb Margaret, tavern 9 Franklin steet

Gruber Jacob, blacksmith, Montgomery st near Charles

Gruby mrs. Fort road [Saratoga

Grundy mrs George Carr, Courtland st betw Lexington and

Grundy &, Co. auctioneers and Com. mts. nw cor Charles &

Baltimore streets

Guerand F. dying & scouring establishment, 27 Harrison st
Guest Basil shoemaker, cor East st and Half Moon alley
Guest Samuel, wood corder, Lee st near Hanover
Guiden mrs. George sheet E of Pine
Guildner mrs Hannah, 73 n Liberty street
Gulley & Emich, sieve & sheet iron ware manufacturer, cor

Water and Light streets

Gulley Philip, dw Charles st 3 door s of Montgomery
Gunby James, sea captain, 15 Philpot street
Gunley mrs Mary, tailoress, 155 French street
Gunn mrs. 11 s Charles street

Gunn Bernard, grocery arid liquor store, SE cor Lexington &
Guysick Lewis, Cove st n or Franklin [Green sts
+Guy Samuel, grave digger, Light st near Austen
Gwinn Charles, mt. 7 Spear's wharf, dw 76 w Pratt street
++Gwinn Charles, Potter street n ofDouglass
+Gwinn William, labourer, Forest st n w of Monument
Gwynn Wm. proprietor of Baltimore Gazette, 2 St. Paul st
Gwynn Allen, grocer, 321 Baltimore street
Guiton Joseph, miner, Holland street w precincts

HABBERSETT H. cross keys hotel, 116 n High street

Habkins Ann, seamstress, cor Wilk and Bond sts

++Hace Samuel, labourer, Eden st n of York

+Hacket Samuel, 76 s Howard street

++Hacket Charles, drayman, Forest st n of Douglass

++Racket Philip, brickmaker, Sugar alley near Charles st

Hacket Philip, sawyer, Low street w of Aisquith

++Hacket Hester, Biddle alley w of Ross street

Hackney Robert, bricklayer, George st w of Penn, avenue

Hack John, tobacconist, 8 n Howard street, dw Howard st

near Franklin
Hack Andrew & Sons, grocers, 34 n Howard st. dw Lexington

street near Pine

Hadaway Oakley, ship carpenter, Gough st w of Spring
Hadley Samuel, sail maker, 8 Philpot street
Hadley Deborah, tailoress Alice Anna st w of Wolf
Hadskins Nathaniel, seaman, Bond st s of Lancaster
Haerner Isaac, coach trimmer, 12 Peace alley
Hafner Valentine, gardner, Johnson street


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