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Baltimore Wholesale Business Directory and Business Circular for the Year 1845
Volume 528, Page 63   View pdf image (33K)
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Griffith Daniel, shoemaker, 182 N. High st.
— Richard H., tobacco com. mer., 102 S.
Charles st., h. 12 S. Green st.
— John, ladies' boot and shoe maker, 11 W.
Baltimore st.
— Israel, dry goods mer., 2S7 W. Balto, st.,
h. 45 S. Sharp st.
— G. S., upholsterer and paper hanger, 128
W. Balto, st, h. 119 N. Calvert st.
—— John R., mate steamboat Herald, 72 Barre.
—— A. G., paper hang, manuf., 161 Columbia,
h. 7 Hollins st.
—— J. J., com. mer., 89 W. Lombard st.
—— Henry A., stone cutter, 7 President, h. 78
Gough st.
—— Mrs. Eliz., washerwoman, 99 S. Charles st.
—— J. & H., mer. tailors. 19 N. Gay st.
—— John, of firm, h. 175 E. Pratt st.
—— H., clerk, c. Fayette and Eutaw sts.
—— Fitzgerald & Magruder, hardware mers.,
265 W. Baltimore st.
—— R. R., of firm, h. 29 Franklin st.
—— Mrs. Ann, 30 Aisquith st.
—— Mrs. Eliza, tailoress, 153 Conway st,
—— Wm., stone cutter. 302 Forrest st.
—— John P., shoemaker, 11 York av.
—— Richard H., coach smith, 22 New Church.
—— Charles, clerk, 74 Dover st.
—— Stephen, grocer, 63 N. Eden st.
—— Mrs. Ann, 175 E. Pratt st.
—— Lewis P., painter, 29 Stirling st.
Grigery Joseph, grocer, 145 S. Eden st.
Griggs James, 57 S. Exeter st.
—— Wm., pilot, 140 S. Bond st.
—— George, pilot, 114 Gough st.
Grillet James, dairyman, 33 Second st.
Grim Wm., carpenter, 522 W. Baltimore st.
—— Joseph, cabinet maker, 421 Saratoga st.
—— Wm., carpenter, 106 Vine st.
Grimes Jno., breaksman on R. R., 51 Hampstead.
—— Hugh, laborer, 59 Buren st.
—— Mrs. Ann, seamstress, 22 Shakspeare st.
—— Charles, 164 N. Calvert st.
—— Edward, teamster, 484 W. Baltimore st.
—— Joshua, mariner, 107 E. Baltimore st.
Grinbaum Wm., grocer, 385 Saratoga st.
Grindall Josiah, wood corder, 114 Lee st.
Grinder Mrs. Mary, 65 York st.
Grinnel John T., supt. Md. Chemical Works,
h. 37 Montgomery st.
—— Charles C., brushmaker, 101 Ensor st.
Grinzebach H., boot &, shoe mak., 34 N. Liberty.
Grivell John, boot &. shoe maker, S Constitution.
Grohe George, tailor, 14 Union st.
Grom Conrad, carpenter, 64 Lancaster st.
Grooms Thomas, plasterer, 45 Mulliken st.
—— Wm., plasterer, 235 N. Gay st.
—— Mrs. Eliza, huckster, 245 N. Gay st.
Groscup Godfrey, wheelwright, 122 Albemarle.
Gross Mrs. Catharine, 196 Alice Anna st.
— Aaron Boyer, bricklayer, 56 S. Bond st.
—— Jacob, clerk, 95 N. Gay st.
—— Wm. S., furniture dealer, 7 Humes st.
— Dr. Henry, 136 E. Monument st.
— John, tin & sheet iron worker, 66 N. How-
ard st., h. 78 Mulberry st.
— Louis, Jr., com. mer., 85 Smith's whf., h.
106 N. High st.
— John I., auction & com. store, 42 S. Charles.
— Lewis, locksmith, 13 Low st.
— Wm., stonemason, 15 Elizabeth lane.
— Richard, carpenter, 26 Carpenters alley.

Gross Mrs. R., milliner, 95 N. Gay st.
—— George W., coach trimmer, 123 S. Cove st.
Grouse Wm., carpenter, 289 S. Bond st
Grove & Montell, com. mers., 128 W. Lombard.
—— Mrs. Sarah, 30 N. Green st.
Grover Jacob, laborer, 73 N. Canal st.
Groverman Anthony, Jr., grocer and com. mer.,
c. Pratt st. & McElderry's whf.
Grubb John, tavern keeper, 23 E. Lombard st.
—— Thomas B., trader, 252 Pitt st.
—— Wm., morocco dresser, 10 Water st., h. 4
Hillen st.
—— George, cedar cooper, 366 W. Balto, st.,
h. 11 Pearl st.
—— Washington A., grocer, 138 Vine st.
——— John, cedar cooper, 81 Peirce st.
Gruber Jacob, blacksmith, 48 Montgomery st.
—— Jacob, shopkeeper, 106 Camden st.
Gruver & Costolay, coopers, 146 Franklin st.
—— George, of firm, and standard of long and dry
measures, 146 Franklin st.
Guckart John, wagoner, 14S S. Eden st.
Gudgeon Jesse, 55 N. Caroline st.
Guest Samuel, collector, 72 Lee st.
—— Rev. Job, 29 Montgomery st.
—— Mrs. M. C., board, house, 161 W. Lombard.
Guildener Mrs. Hannah, 58 N. Liberty st.
Guishard Misses P. &. S., seamstresses, 9 Comet.
Guiton Wm., cabinet maker, 78 N. Howard st.
Gulley Mrs. Sarah, 50 Lee st.
Gunavan Mrs. Sarah Ann, dress maker, 348
Lexington st.
Gunby Capt. James, 260 Ann st.
Gunn Wm., tavern, 490 W. Pratt st.
—— Mrs. Ann, grocer, 148 Columbia st.
—— Thomas, domestic manuf., 324 Franklin st.
—— Mrs., b. h., 20 S. Howard st.
Gunnison Win., com. mer., 101 Bowly's whf., h.
80 E.Pratt st.
Gunpowder Co., J. Jamieson, president, office 15
N. Frederick st.
Gunter Harman, tavern, 2 Patterson st.
Gunther & Hubbard, silversmiths, 81 W. Balto.
Gurn Conrad, carpenter, 64 Lancaster st.
Gurney Gridley, shoemaker, 218 N. Eden st.
Gurraud F., dyer and scourer, 106 N. Howard st.
Gutelius Rev. Samuel, 89 S. Paca st.
Guy James, drayman, 1 L. Water st.
—— John, prop. Monument House, 13 and 15
N. Calvert st.
Guyer John J., shoemaker, 128 Lee st.
Guyther Henry, pilot, 118 E. Pratt st.
—— Capt. George, 21 E. Lombard st.
Guyton & Hyde, dry goods mer., 60 Hanover st.
—— James, 233 Aisquith st.
Gwinn Wm., att'y, 4 Courtland st.
—— Wm., engineer, 750 W. Balto, st.
—— Mrs. Eliza, b. h., 75 N. Charles st.
—— J. G., clerk, 200 Biddle st.

HAAR Herman, clothier, 117 N. Howard st.
Habel Harman, grocer, 138 Orleans st.
Habbersett Henry, prop. Cross Keys Tavern, 119
N. High st.
Haberkan Gotlieb, painter, 122 Thames st.
Habersham Wm., com. mer., 46 S. Frederick st.
Haborn Henry, shoemaker, 116 Ross st.
Hachter Leonard, shoemaker, 69 Camden st.
Hack John B., paver, 42 Mulliken st.
—— Andrew & Son, bacon mers., 36 N. Howard.


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