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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1847-48
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Hays John, jr. blacksmith. 9 Mercer st ,

Hays John W. tobacconist, 85 Park st

Hays John, 68 Hillen st

Hays John L. architect, 8 Spurrier's court running s from Lex-

ington st. s of St Paul's
Hays William, 30 French, st
Hays Samuel, machinist, 90 Hollins st
Hays S. police officer, 71 Columbia st
Hays John, 25 Carpenter's alley
Hays Thomas shoemaker, 41 s Gay st
Hays Robert, carver, 48 s Gay st. d w 105 Aisquith st
Hays J. shoemaker, 116 Dugan's wharf
Hayward E. B dry goods merchant, 25 & Howard St
Hayward E. fancy dry goods dealer, 47 s Howard st
Hayward & Co. stove dealers, 24 Light st
Hayward N. P. dw 160 Charles st
Hayward J. H dw 42 Barre St
Haywood William H. clerk, 187 Mulberry st
Haywood John, painter, 73 north Caroline st
Haywood Jacob, painter, 146 n Calvert St
Hazelhurst & Walters, commission merchants, 94 Spear's wharf
Hazelhurst Samuel, dw 71 Sharp st
Hazlehurst Miss. 69 n laberly st
Hazlitt Mrs Ann, 162 Fremont st
Head Washington, paper hanger, 681 w Baltimore st
Headley Joseph, gardner, 70 n Amity st
Heagy James, carriage proprietor, 95 Saratoga st
Heald William, 152 Fayette st
HeaM William H. tobacconist, 21 Centre Market space, and

corner Aisqmth and Holland sts

Heald Jacob St Co. tobacco and gen. com. mer. 58 s Gay st
Healey John, grocer, 21 e Pratt st

Healey Rev. J. 207 e Baltimore st. pastor 2d Baptist church
Heaps S. furniture wagoner, 83 Canal st
Heaps H. proprietor of carriages, 115 Albemarle st
Heath Miss Mary Jane, tutoress, 130 Mulberry st
Heath John, shoemaker, 36 Orleans st

Heath Hon. U. S. judge U. S. district courted w 52 Courtland st
Heath James,, carpenter, Lee st. near Warner
Hebb Mrs. Hope well, 142 Ann st

Hebbern Samuel, confectioner, 397 w Baltimore st
Hebden William H's academy, bet. Bond st and Eastern avenue
Hebden William, stone cutter, 9 Lancaster st
Hebler John, laborer, 17 Fell st
Heck Reuben, 101 Granby st
Heck Peter, carpet weaver, 314 Alice Anna, st
Hecker Dr. F. D. 66 n Front st
Heckler A. laborer, 19 Giddings st
Heckmam J. F. liquor store, corner Paca and Ross sts
Heckrotte William, tavern keeper, cor. Charles and Camden sts
Hedrick William, carpenter, 65 Short st
Hedrick Richard, shoemaker, 75. Orleans st
Heesh Charles, coach smith, dw 165, Canal st
Hefer Frederick, collier, Clinton st. e of Boston, Canton
Heffern Patrick; grocer, 401 w Pratt st
Heffernan Alexander, mariner, 66 Bank st


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