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Baltimore Wholesale Business Directory and Business Circular for the Year 1845
Volume 528, Page 56   View pdf image (33K)
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Flannigain & Trimble, patent steam railway,
lower end Union dock, E . McElderry 's whf.
__ Andrew, of firm, h. 60 S. High st.
Flashley Joseph, stone cutter, 24 Wayne st.
Flater John F., butcher, 120 Thames st.
FJeddeman John G., tailor 193 Franklin st.
Fleetwood Benjamin, laborer, 52 Mulberry st.
Fleishell John, house and sign painter, 189 N.
Eutaw st.
Flemming Patrick, grocer, 18 Camden st.
—— Frederick, 22 Gough st.
—— James, boot & shoe mak., 113 N. Gay st.
Fletcher Jeremiah H., tailor, 306 N. Gay st.
—— James & Co., lott. & ex. brokers, 5 Holliday.
Flick John, laborer, 238 S. Strawberry alley.
Flinn Mrs. Susannah, 122 Bank st.
—— John, huckster, 75 Peirce st.
Flint Mrs. Sarah, 161 Aisquith st.
Floss Wm., dry goods mer., 216 Broadway.
Floyd Robert, saddler, 57 Hughes st.
—— Joseph, hatter, 2 Armistead lane.
Focke Fred., firm of Brauns & Foeke, 20 Pitt st.
—— Charles W., dry goods mer., 175 N. Gay st.
Fockes Thomas, paver, 212 Alice Anna st.
Foerschell Joseph, shoemaker, 59 Lancaster st.
Foglesang Edward, cabinet mak., 29 S. Howard
Foley S. James, clerk steamboat Jewess, h. 149
S. Sharp st.
—— Matthew, feed mer., 19 Conway st.
Foltz George, carpet weaver, 19 Pine st.
Fonerdin Dr. John, 109 Fayette st.
Fontayne Charles, artificial flower manufacturer,
332 W. Baltimore st.
Fookes Andrew, laborer, 35 Buren st.
Foos Edward, bricklayer, 38 McElderry st.
Foose Wm., carpenter, 106 N. Strawberry alley.
Foote Mrs. Eliza, 314 E. Monument st.
—— Lewis H., bricklayer, 189 Forrest st.
Forbes Charles P., furniture store, 41 Harrison.
—— Mrs. Harriet, 143 Ann st.
Force Dexter C., coach maker, 18 N. Liberty st.
Ford James, ship carpenter, 8 York st.
—— Nicholas, carpenter, 34 Clay st.
—— Ruth, seamstress, 6 Sugar alley.
—— Elias, shoemaker, 59 N. Eutaw st.
—— Wm., shoemaker, 198 Mulberry st.
—— George E., dry goods merchant, 20 Marsh
Market space.
—— Thomas G., dry goods mer., Maryland Ar-
cade, h. 51 Gran by st.
—— Wm. H., mer. tailor, 31 N. Howard st., h.
183 N. Paca st.
—— James C., huckster, 126 S. Green st.
—— &. Stannard, wholesale domestic mers., 300
W. Baltimore st.
—— C. W., of firm, h. c. Pratt & Sharp sts.
—— Rufus K., clerk, 25 Hill st.
—— John, dry goods mer., Maryland Arcade,
h. c. Exeter &, Granby sts.
—— Capt. Lewis, 69 S. Eden st.
— John H., fisherman, 9 Granby st.
—— Joseph Y., tailor, 8 N. Exeter st.
—— Henry, laborer, 82 N. Exeter st.
—— John, fisherman, 9 W. Falls av.
—— Thomas, rigger, 145 Orleans st.
Foreman Edward, 161 N. Caroline st.
—— Joshua, shoemaker, 47 Mulliken st.
— Henry C., shoemaker, 48 Mulliken st.
—— Joseph R., 323 N. Gay st.
—— Evan M., plasterer, 9 Holland st.
—— Mrs. Rachel, 22 Fawn st.
—— Francis, 18 S. Eutaw st.

Foreman Mrs. Mary Ann, 134 N. Eutaw st.
—— Isaac C., coach trimmer, 35 Columbia st.

—— Valentine, plasterer, 90 Ross st.
—— Rachel, seamstress, 13 Slemmers alley.
—— Mrs. Mary, seamstress, 13 Comet st.
—— Dr. Edward, 307 E. Baltimore st.
Forney Mrs. Louisa, 2 N. Green st.
—— E. T., druggist, 51 N. Eutaw st.
Fornshill John, lock & gun smith, 12 Ensor St.
Forrest Dr. Morreau S., U. S. Marshall, office
basement Masonic Hall, h. 81 S. Green st.
—— John, blacksmith, 116 W. Madison st.
—— Wm., carter, 69 Perry st.
—— George, cabinet maker, 224 S. Charles st.
—— Wm., varnisher, 246 S. Charles st.
Forrington John, baker, 24 Silver st.
Forsell Job, carpenter, 228 E. Pratt st.
Forster John, glass cutter, 10 Holland st.
—— Francis, magistrate, 153 N. Eutaw st.
Forsyth Isaac, 70 St. Mary st.
—— Mrs. Lydia, 212 N. Eutaw st.
—— Mrs. Alexander, 55 Vine st.
—— Robert, clerk, 71 Pitt st.
—— Andrew, sexton 2d Presbyterian church,
h. 8 East st.
Fort Thomas, grocer & feed mer., 29 Columbia.
—— Leander, carpenter, 145 Fayette st.
Fortune James, grate manufacturer, 16 Light st.
Foss John C., tin &, sheet iron worker, 287 W.
Pratt st.
—— Mrs. Mary, tailoress, 259 Franklin st.
—— Wm. W., cabinet maker, 122 Fayette st.
Fossett John, collector, 73 S. Caroline st.
—— Michael, shoemaker, 203 N. Canal st.
—— John, shoemaker, 303 N. Gay st.
—— Francis, butter dealer, 372 N. Gay st.
Foster Leonard, baker, 39 Aisquith st.
—— Mary F., teacher, 58 N. Green st.
—— Mrs. Catharine, 142 Camden st.
—— Francis H., cabinet maker, 127 S. Eden st.
—— James M., ship carpenter, 188 Wolf st.
—— Henry, mariner, 108 Thames st.
—— —— , hatter, 234 E. Lombard st.
—— Mrs. Catharine, teacher, 5 N. Caroline st.
—— Benjamin W., mustard manufacturer, 168
German st.
Fouk Frederick, tailor, 195 Aisquith st.
Foulk Mrs. Eliza, 12 York av.
Foukle Mathias, tailor, 248 E. Baltimore st.
Founce Jacob, carter, 364 Light st.
Fountain Inn, Dix & Fogg, proprietors, S Light.
Fous Timothy, 45 York av.
Fowble Mrs. Ann M., 102 Hollins st.
—— Henry P., plasterer, 27 N. Cove st.
—— & Miller, carpenters, 237 Fayette st.
—— Abraham, of firm, Pine near Lexington st.
—— Mrs. Wm. H., 95 Pitt st.
Fowler Mrs. Sarah, 110 S. Sharp st.
—— Thomas, grocer, 209 E. Baltimore st.
—— Miss Martha, tailoress, 143 S. Caroline st.
—— Wm. C., dry goods mer., 124 Broadway.
—— Mrs. Martha, 92 S. Eden st.
—— John, huckster, 27 Shakspeare st.
—— John, biscuit baker, 125 Alice Anna st.
—— Wm. H., tavern keeper, 347 S. Bond st.
—— Mrs. Matilda, 228 E. Lombard st.
—— Richard W., carpenter, 269 N. Gay st.
—— Isaac D., plasterer, 336 N. Gay st.
—— Francis, wire weaver, 101 Fayette st.
—— F. M. & R; H. Brooke, property sets., 56
Fayette st.
—— W. W., hatter, 194 Fayette st.


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