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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1847-48
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Forman J. D. P. clerk, 193 German st
For ma n Mrs. Elizabeth, Grant near Baltimore st
Forney E. Y. pharmaceutist 61 a Eutaw st
Forney Isaac C. carriage trimmer, 85 Columbia st
Fornshil Mrs. Louisa, 26 n Green st
Fornshil John, gun smith, 12 Ensor st
Forrest Dr. M. S. marshall for district of Md. office basement of
Masonic Hall, dw 11 s Howard st.
Forrest Miss Mary, 136 s Howard st
Forrest Mrs. Julia, 184 Light st
Forrest Leonard, blacksmith, 206 Light st
Forrest William, varnisher, 826 Light st
Forrest William, watchman, 81 Cross st
Forrest Elisha, 80 Block st, iron worker
Forster Francis, justice of peace, 106 Lombard st. dw 153 n Eu-
taw st
Forsyth Emanuel T. tobacconist, 34 Gibson st
Forsyth Thomas, bricklayer, 212 n Eutaw st
Forsyth Isaac, 50 Tyson alley
Forsyth Raymond, lythographer, 208 n Eutaw st
Forsyth Mrs. Mary, 129 Vine st
Forsythe Bobert, custom house boatman, 124 s Canal st
Fort Leander, carpenter, 143 Fayette st
Fort Thomas, grocery and feed dealer, 29 Columbia st
Forlling Elijah, 305 Saratoga st
Fortune E. stove manufacturer and dealer, 16 Light St
Fortune James, grate manufacturer, 16 Light st
Forward Mrs. Hannah, straw and fancy milliner, 3 n High st
Fosbender Daniel, blacksmith, 79 Lee st
Fosbender Charles, watch maker, 184 Bond st
Foss Wm. W. cabinet maker, 122 dw 251 Franklin
Foss C. M. grocer, 48 Pitt st
Foss Mrs. Mary, 259 Franklin st
Foss John C. tinner, 392 Saratoga st
Fossett Michael, shoemaker, 203 Canal st
Fossett Mrs. Susanna, shop keeper, 115 Eastern avenue
Fossett John, collector. 73 s Caroline st
Fossett John C. ladies' shoe dealer, 286 w Pratt st. dw 308 n Gay
Fost Frederick, barber and bleeder, 76 Thames st
Foster Mrs. Mary, 98 n Paca st
Foster James, ship carpenter, 188 Wolf st
Foster James, B. mustard manulacturer, dw 137 Mulberry st
Foster Mrs. Catharine, 5 n Caroline st
Foster Hamilton, coach maker, 54 n Exeter st
Foster Robert, hatter, 54 n Exeter st
Foster Joseph, 97 n High st
Foster Samuel, 135 Columbia st
Foster Mrs. Catharine, 142 Conway st
Foster Wm. cabinet maker, 30 Great Montgomery st
Foster J. carpenter, 228 e Pratt st
Foster Leonard, baker, 166 e Lombard st
Foster Wm. T. carpenter, 183 e Baltimore st
Foster Wm. grocer, 120 s Caroline st
Fester T. S. ship joiner, Bethel near Gough st
Fosters Miss, teacher, 58 n Green st
Fouke Mr. carpenter. 11 n Caroline st

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