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Baltimore Wholesale Business Directory and Business Circular for the Year 1845
Volume 528, Page 61   View pdf image (33K)
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Goodacre Daniel, stone cutter, President near
Pratt st., h. 93 Albemarle st.
Goodall Matthew, porter, 95 N. Calvert st.
Goodchild M., tailor, 6 Holliday st.
Goode John B., clothing store, 14 Harrison st.
Goodhand Mrs. Margaret, 11 Barnet st.

Goodison John, grocer, 173 S. Caroline st.
Goodman John, comb maker, 135 Columbia st.,
h. 131 Columbia st.
— . Lewis, clothier, 59 Potter st.
Goodmanson Capt. James, 92 N. Eden st.
Goodrick Mrs. Susan, confectioner, 32 E. Balto.
— . Thomas, carpenter, 32 E. Balto, st.
— Mrs. S., 29 S. High st.
Godwin the Misses, 223 Aisquith st.
— Caleb & Co., ship builders, lower end
McElderry's whf.
—— Caleb, of firm, h. 29 Stiles st.
—— Charles, clerk, 239 Lombard st.
— Littleton, steamboat hand, 10 Comet st.
Goolery Michael, laborer, 215 Apple alley.
Gootman M., tin & sheet iron worker, 98 S.
Howard st.
Gordon Alexander B., att'y, 1 Spurrier's court.
— Mrs. Mary, 99 S. Caroline st.
— Catharine, huckster, 16 Concord st.
— Bazil B., 57 W. Monument st.
— George W., clerk, 105 S. Eden st.
— Dennis, shoemaker, 65 N. Caroline st.
— Wm., clerk, 336 Lexington st.
— David, baker, 144 N. Gay st.
— James W. W., druggist, 152 W. Pratt st.,
h. 232 W.Pratt st.
— George, seaman, 35 Orleans st.
— Charles, rope maker, 55 N. Spring st.
Gorman Mrs C., huckster, 126 Potter st.
—— Nicholas, weaver, 151 Peirce st.
—— & Alien, morocco dressers, 7 Cheapside.
—— John, shoemaker, 81 N. Canal st.
—— & Alien, morocco factory, 93 York av.
—— James, tobacconist, 51 Marsh Market sp.
— John, wheelwright, 179 Wilk st.
Gorrnley John, grocer, c. Pine and Peirce sts.
Gorr John, razor & scissors grinder, 318 N. Gay.
Gorrell George W., chair manufacturer, c. Broad-
way and Fleet st.
— Rezin, carpenter, 275 N. Gay st.
Gorsuch Peregrine, 153 E. Madison st.
—— Robert, 185 E. Monument st.
—— James, ship carpenter, 90 N. Strawberry al.
—— Nicholas, hatter, 146 N. Front st.
— Jehu, carpenter, 71 North, h. 78 N. High st
— Mrs. Sarah, 130 N. Cove st.
— Robert, firm of Sangston &. Gorsuch, 17
Columbia st.
— Mrs. Elizabeth, 150 Potter st.
— Thomas, late grocer, 152 Potter st.
— Wm., 231 N. Canal st.
— Samuel, oyster house, 309 Wilk st.
—— Wm. G., carpenter, 31 Courtland st., h. 96
N. Eutaw st.
Gosnell L. W. & Son, dry goods mere., 328 W
Baltimore st.
— L. W., of firm, h. 82 N. Paca st.
— Thomas, grocer, 249 Franklin st.
— Philip H., firm of Matthews &- Gosnell
31 Pine st.
— Talbott, city commissioner, 56 German st
— Wm., shoemaker, 4 Buren st.
Gosolph Joseph, carpenter, 7 Albemarle st.
Gott Thomas J., real estate and com. agt., 4
Second st.

Gotthelf Myers, pedler, 240 S. Bond st.
—— Leopold, cabinet maker, 219 S. Bond st.
Gough Thomas, grocer, 119 N. Canal st.
Gould James, watchmaker and jeweller, 168 W.
Baltimore st., h. 42 Franklin st.
—— Mrs. Mary Ann, 75 N. Exeter st.
—— Samuel F., painter, 75 N. Exeter st.
—— Alexander, Sr.. 311 Light st.
—— Alexander, Jr., state wharfinger, 296 Light.,
—— John G., 122 Lee st.
—— Mrs. F., 63 Hill st.
—— Zacharias, shoemaker, 6 Comet st.
—— Mrs. Emily, 103 Hollins,
Gouley Louis, manul'act. of vegetable bitters, 38
W. Baltimore st.
Gouliart John, cabinet maker, 132 W. Madison.
Gover George P., firm of Carter, Gover & Co.,
10 Aisquith st.
—— Samuel H., firm of Thompson & Gover, 41
S. Exeter st.
—— Ann, washerwoman, 41 Centre st.
Govern Bartholomew, laborer, 39 Potter st.
Grace John, iron founder, 86 S. High st.
—— Jacob A., shoemaker, 262 E, Monument st.
—— John A., 87 N. Green st.
—— A. B., bricklayer, 56 S. Bond st.
Gracey Henry, carpenter, 65 Aisquith c. Orleans.
Grady James, porter, 1 Hamilton st.
Graecen John, salt and plaister hauler, 225
Conway st.
Graff F. B., com. mer. & consul of the Nether-
lands, vice consul of Sweden, Norway and
Montevideo, 52 S. Gay st.
Grafflin S. D., morocco dresser, 98 W. Lombard,
h. 63 S. Caroline st.
Graft Thomas, butcher, 179 Ensor st.
—— John, shoemaker, 120 N. Strawberry alley.
—— Mrs. Araminta, 89 S. Caroline st.
Grafton Mark, 95 Fayette st.
—— Mrs. Martha, dry goods store, 13 E. Balto.
Gragg Robert, drayman, 440 W. Lombard st.
Graham Mrs. Ann, teacher, 200 S. Charles st.
—— Wm., com. mer., 95 Smith's whf., h. 55
Saratoga st,
—— Matilda, 47 Park st.
—— Felix, laborer, 175 N. Canal st.
—— J. & R., com, mers., 98 Dugan's whf,
—— Robert, of firm, h. 19 Albemarle st.
—— James, of firm, 40 Pitt st.
—— John, painter, 50 Liberty alley.
—— Andrew, 252 N. Howard st.
—— &, Speddin, ship joiners, 46 Philpot st.
—— Wm., of firm, h. 173 Wolf st.
—— Mrs. Mary, 82 E. Pratt st.
—— Wm., cabinet maker, 85 French st.
—— Ellis G., carpenter, 36 Constitution st.
Grahame S. & M., dry goods store, 79 N. Howard.
—— Israel J., druggist, 354 W. Balto, st.
Grain Measurer's Office, 12 Patterson st.
Grammar Dr. F. L., teacher, 123 S. High st.
—— Mrs. Eliza, 68 E. Baltimore st.
Grandruth Gustavus, dealer in old iron, 320 S.
Bond st.
—— G., rag dealer, 262 S. Bond st.
Granger Henry, 213 W. Lombard st.
—— John, painter, 27 Perry st.
Grant George W., 135 S. High st.
—— Edward, teacher. 239 Fleet st.
—— Xenophon, hatter, 71 N. High st.
Grape John, 143 Potter st.
—— Andrew, paper carrier, 147 E. Monument.
—— Mrs. Charlotte, 151 B. Monument st.


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