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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1835
Volume 493, Page 148   View pdf image (33K)
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HUB Matchett's Baltimore

Howard mrs Dr. Charles st 2 doors s of Centre

Howard John P; merchant tailor, n e cor Liberty and German

sts. dw German st n of Lombard
Howard Engine house, Zell alley s of Mulberry st
Howard Cornelius, ship joiner, Gough st s of Pratt
Howard Thomas, grocer, cor Exeter and Hillen streets
Howard Thomas, cordwainer, 9 Union street
Howard Thomas Eager, Franklin st near Charles
Howard Thomas, grocer, 130 Exeter street
Howard Sarah, Park lane E of Pine street
Howard Thomas J. bricklayer, s e cor Eutaw and German sts
Howard James, carter, Spring st s of Wilk
+Howard Samuel, drayman, Mechanics' alley s side
++Howard Mary J. Baltimore st w of Cove
+Howard Joshua, Half Moon alley, e of East street
++Howard Carlos, gardner Peirce st e of Cove
++Howard Delilah, Biddle alley w of Ross street
++Howard Nicholas, labourer, Potter st s of Low

+Howard James hackman, Low st between High and Front
++Howard Francis, Run alley n of Lexington st
+Howard Rachel, huckster, Market alley n of Fayette st
+Howard Catherine, Brewhouse alley n of Camden street
+Howard James, hack driver, Centre street near Charles
+Howard Chloe, Davis st near Pleasant
Howell William and Sons, shipping mis- 48 s Gay street, dw

J- B. 11. 77 s Sharp street
Howell Ahigal, teacher. East st n of Douglass
Howland Daniel, 22 n Frederick street
Howser Jacob, victualler, Light st near West
Hubbard John, blacksmith, Howard &t near Franklin
Hubbard mrs. Francis, s w cor Bath and Davis sts
Hubbard George, Lerew alley

Hubbard John, shoe maker, Holland st e of Aisquith
Hubbard & Mooney, drapers and tailors, 249 Baltimore st
Hubbard James, grocer, cor Orleans and Eden sts
Hubbard William, blacksmith, 16 Bond st
Hubbard William, grocer, 59 N Gay st o. t.
Hubbard Thomas S. tailor, Franklin st near Lerew's alley

Hubbard Edward, labourer, Wilk st w of Washington

Hubbard Samuel, carver, Washington st w of Fleet

Hubbard Peter, carpenter, Saratoga st w of Cove

Hubbard mrs. Susan, Spring st s of Pratt

Hubbard John, shoe maker, 17 Mott st

Hubbard Hugh, shoe maker, corner Star alley and Fleet st

Hubbard James, ship carpenter, 75 Fleet st

Hubbard Daniel, fish dealer, York avenue

+Hubbard Charles, labourer, Potter st n of Douglass

Hubbel! Rev. Samuel, teacher, 76 s Sharp st

Hubbell Ebenezer, brass founder, corner Liberty st and Cow-
pen alley; dw 75 n liberty st


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