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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1847-48
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Hoffman Thomas, tailor, 282 Bond st
Hoffmeister H. shoemaker, 3 Friendship st
Hoffnagle S. boot and shoemaker, 322 Bond st
Hoffnagle C. grocer, 312 Fayette st
Hoffnagle William, blacksmhh, 21 York avenue
Hoffnagle John, tailor, 306 Bond st
Hoffnaugle Lydia, 9 Armistead st
Hoffsang Waldine, tailor, 23 Nichotson lane
Hofman Conrad, brewer, 232 Mulberry st
Hofman Valentine, 175 Hollins st
Hog William, laborer, 30 Granny st
Hogan Joseph, weaver, 117 Perry st
Hogan George, butcher, 182 Bank st
Hoge Levi, depot drove yard, w Pratt st
Hogendorp E. tobacco deafer,. 98 Saratoga st
Hogg James, carpenter, 9 Park st
Hogg William, laborer, Chesapeake st. n of Boston
Hogg John, carpenter, 52 Short st
Hogg John, 173 Hollins st
Hogg J. W. carpenter, 86 North et
Hogg Charles, carpenter, 93 North st
Hoghen John, shoemaker, 16 Mercer st
Hohman John, shoemaker, 249 Franklin st
Hohn Henry, shoemaker, 45 Burgundy alley
Hohn Anthony, cabinet maker, 56 Pennsylvania avenue
Hohn Herman, tailor, 12 n Greene st
Hokamp Joseph, boot and shoemaker, 267 Bond st
Hoke George, 99 Franklin st

Holbrook Thomas, boarding house, 421 w Baltimore St
Holbrook Mrs. J-ane L. 44 Spring st
Holbrook Jacob,, boot maker, Gav near Madison
Holbrook Mrs. Eliza, 24 Water st
Holbrook Capt. Joseph, 113 e Baltimore st
Holcroft Richard, cabinet maker, 53 Harford avenue
Holdefer John, grocer, 111 Eastern avenue
Holden Caleb T. tailor, 16 Lombard st. dw 118 e Fayette st
Holden Isaac, grocer, 82 Gougb st
Holden Mrs. Rachel, 62 Bethel st

Holden E P. baker, cor. Gay and Lombard sts. dw 95 s Exeter
Holderfer Henry, cooper, Clinton si. n of Boston, Canton
Hohcks —— lock maker, 122 Albemarle st
Holla n Jesse cooper, 10 Lee st
Holland Alexander, peddler, 69 Union st
Holland Isaiah, tobacconist, 92 Mulberry st
Holland William, 92 Mulberry st
Holland Jesse cooper, 10 Lee st
Holland Joshua, shoemaker, 684 w Baltimore st
Holland John C. paper hanger and upholsterer, 48 n Cray st
Holland William, paper hanger, 8 York avenue
Holland Albert, professor of music, 48 n Gay st
Holland James, iron dealer, 23 Light st
Holland John, bricklayer, 184 Aisquith St
Holler B. tavern, 58 Camden st
Hollibine John A. tailor, 44 President st
Holiday Benjamin, laborer, 17 Biddle alley
Holliday William, merchant, dw 9 Barnet st


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