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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1835
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HOF Matchett's Baltimore

Hinsey George, labourer, Park lane w of Cove st

+Hinson Crissy, huckster, Sugar alley

+Hinson Perry, sawyer, 37 Lerew's alley

Hinton William, hack driver, 74 n Howard

Hinton Thomas, saddler, 34 n High st

Hinlze Doctor, 15 s Gay st

Hirst James, shoe maker, cor Caroline and Alice Anna sts

Hirst, John, tavern, 7 M'Clellan st

Hiselman George, labourer, Penn, avenue extended

Hisenherdt George, victualler, Penn. ave. n of Biddle st

Hiser Henry W. grocer, 121 n Howard st

Hiser Samuel R. carpenter, Green n of Mulberry st

Hiser mrs Sophia, Biddle st e of Penn ave.

Hiskey Joseph, cabinet maker, 12 Park st

Hiskey Joseph, piano forte wareroom, over 106 Baltimore st

Hison Simon, Welcome alley Lee st

Hison Joseph, piano maker, 50 n Howard st

Hiss Jacob, jr. chair factory, 37 s Gay st. dw Exeter st n of

Hiss mrs. Elizabeth, cor Stiles and Exeter [Baltimore

Hiss Nicholas, carpenter, Lloyd st 2d door s of Salisbury,
shop 25 High st

Hiss Thomas D. cabinet and chair maker, 6 s Calvert st

Hiss & Austen, cabinet makers, 69 Fayette st

Hiss Philip, firm of H. & Austen, dw 67 Fayette st

Hiss» Benjamin, currier, Sugar alley

Hitchcock Joseph, blacksmith, Fleet st w of Apple alley

Hitchcock Elizabeth, huckster, Forest st s of Orleans

Hitchcock Nathaniel, stage driver, n w cor Monument A. En-
Hith David, labourer, Happy alley n of Gough st [sor sts
Hitzelberger John, carpenter, Franklin st w of Chatsworth
Hitzelberger mrs. Richmond st near Howard
Hitzelberger Peter, morocco dresser, 9 Saratoga st
Hixson J. tavern keeper, 5 Centre Market space
Hizzey Jane, seamstress, Eager alley near Mulberry st
Hobbs Ann, boarding house, 18 Pratt st near Charles
Hobbs Samuel, carpenter, George st w of Penn ave
Hobbs James, blacksmith, 15 New st
Hobbs John, tanner, Forest st n of Madison
Hobbs mrs. Ann, Albemarle st e side near Plowman
Hobbs Nicholas, carter, York road near Penitentiary
Hoddinot Simon, bell hanger, locksmith, &c. 86 Gay st o. t.
Hodges miss Mary, boarding house, n w cor of Charles and
Hodges B. M. dw Lexington st near Charles [Conway sts
+Hodges Maria, washer, Forest st s of Douglass
Hodges Joseph, ship carpenter, 36 Block st
Hodgkinson John, chair maker, 32 & 8 Hanover sts
Hodgson Diton, wheelwright, Saratoga st e of Cove
Hoey John, watchman at Penitentiary, 1 Monument st
Hoey John, shoemaker, Jones's falls, above the jail wall
Hofer Jacob, drover, Madison st extended



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