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Baltimore Wholesale Business Directory and Business Circular for the Year 1845
Volume 528, Page 68   View pdf image (33K)
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Heimerdinger J. C., boot and shoe maker, 32 N.
Eutaw st. :
Heineker Frederick, Jr., 20 E. Pratt st.
Heineman Carl, huckster, 47 Lancaster st.
—— Ludwig, chairmaker, 24 Thames st.
—— Henry, porter, 5 Dover st.
Heiner Rev. E., pastor Germ. Ref. church, h.
42 Second st.
—— George, brewer, 131 Camden st.
—— Henry, butcher, 201 Pitt st.
Heintz Tobias, clothier, 279 S. Bond st.
Heisterman Wm., carpenter, 45 Lancaster st.
Heitman Mrs. M. H., dress maker, 35 Thames.
Helfrich George, blacksmith and wheelwright,
31 N. Green st.
Hellaman Christian, grocer, 286 S. Bond st.
Hellman John, block maker, 259 Wilk st.
—— Christian, cooper, 51 N. Amity st.
Hellwig Lewis, currier, 226 S. Bond st.
Helm Wm., carpenter, 43 Potter st.
—— Michael, boot and shoe maker, 72 Granby.
Helmling Henry, block and pump maker, 6
House's court.
—— Anthony, block and pump maker, Camden
near Light, h. 2 Lee st.
—— John, clerk, 84 Saratoga st.
Helms Joseph, ship carpenter, 282 Fleet st.
Helpin Patrick, milkman, 101 Eastst.
Helsby Samuel, tailor, 136 N. Gay st.
Heraan James, grocer &, com. mer.,43 W. Pratt.
—— Thomas, grocer, 71 Albemarle st.
Hernel John, coffee roaster, 232 Ann st.
Hence John J., 223 Fayette st.
Henchell Henry, shoemaker, 193 S. Caroline st.
Henck Mrs. Sarah, 110 Pearl st.
Henderson James A., boot and shoe maker, 15
S. Gay st.
—— John & Co., ship chandlers, 77 W. Pratt st.
—— John, of firm, h. 83 Broadway.
—— John W., 30 S. Schroeder st."
—— Andrew, carpet weaver, 131 Peirce st.
—— Wm., carpet weaver, 131 Peirce st.
—— Mrs. A. F., 34 N. Calvert st.
—— Wm., stone cutter, So S. Exeter st.
—— Wm., 74 Harrison st.
—— Mrs. Margaret, mantua maker, c. Lexing-
ton and Pine sts.
—— Gustavus, ship joiner, 145 E. Pratt st.
—— John, block & pump maker, 53 Fell st, h.
83 Broadway.
—— Andrew, grocer, 181 N. Gay st.
—— Anthony, carter, 138 S. Canal st.
—— Mrs. Maria, 244 Pitt st.
Hendrickson Henry, finisher, 74 Perry st.
Henkle Conrad, porter, 155 Penna. av.
Henly David, huckster, 29 S. Front st.
Henman Ransom, 116 N. Caroline st.
Henneberger Wm., cabinet maker, 72 S. Exeter.
Henneman & Freer, block and pump makers, 58
S. Frederick st.
Hennigs Christian, boot &, shoe maker, 169 E.
Madison st.
—— Ernest A., 30 N. Liberty st.
Henning Elizabeth, 129 Saratoga st.
—— Jeremiah, shoemaker, 147 Conway st.
Henrickle George, cooper, 96 S. Cove st.
Henrix Edward, meal seller, 110 Orleans st.
—— Thomas J., clerk, 10 N. High st.
—— Thomas, sweep master & boarding house,
c. South & Guilford sts.
Henry Mrs. Julia Ann, 15 Rock st.
—— Thomas, carpet weaver, 57 Hampstead st.

Henry J. G., tinner, 45 Harrison st.
—— Mrs. Mary, 226 Raborg st.
—— the Misses, teacher, 56 Lexington st.
__ David, rope maker, 277 S. Charles st.
—— Wm., com. dry goods mer., 7 Hanover st.,
h. 56 Lexington st.
__ George W., tailor, 27 S. Caroline st.
__ Jacob, bacon dealer, 114 S. Green st.
__ Jacob, porter, 110 N. Cove st.
__ Joseph, shoemaker, 103 N. Canal st.
__ A., mer. tailor, 93 N Howard st.
Henshall James G., clerk, 88 Ross st.
Henshaw Alexander G., att'y, 15 St. Paul st.
Hepburn H. P., att'y, 70 Fayette st.
Herbert Joseph, ice dealer, 122 Stirling st.
Hergesheimer Charles, shipsmith, 35 Fell st.
—— Christopher, shipsmith, 14 Thames st, h.
7 Philpot st
Plerget John B., confectioner, 129 Franklin st.
Heritage Mrs. Ann, 167 S. Caroline st.
Herkenhein Henry, tailor, 17 N. Strawberry al.
Herling George, brickmaker, 222 S. Charles st.
Hemmelrich B., shoemaker, 107 N. Howard st.
Herman John, milkman, 243 S. Strawberry al.
—— Fortune, tavern keeper, 151 Franklin st.
Hermeyer John P., tobacconist, 191 Alice Anna.
Hermiller Henry, coach painter, 21 Lancaster.
Herold Peter, shoemaker, 150 Fleet st.
—— Peter J., rigger, 218 Fleet st.
—— Frederick, cabinet maker, 187 S. Sharp st.
Heron A. &. Son, dry goods rners., c. Balto, st.
& Marsh Market sp.
—— Alexander, of firm, h. 26 W. Balto, st.
—— James W., of firm, h. 9 N. Front st.
Herr Michael, com. mer., lower end Smith's whf.
—— J . & H., com. mers., 44 Commerce st.
—— John, of firm, h. 34 S. Sharp st.
Herring & Cox, grocers, 121 Franklin st.
—— Joshua, of firm, h. 129 N. Eutaw st.
—— Reginald, paperhanger, 144 Conway st
—— J. Lewis, tavern keeper, 19 Marsh Mar. sp.
—— David, clerk, 24 Stiles st.
—— Benjamin W., grocer, 80 Gough st
—— Henry, lumber mer., E. Falls av., h. 10 E.
Lombard st.
—— Henry, Jr., 378 N. Gay st.
Hersch Christoph, 44 President st
Herschberg Henry, painter and glazier, 202 S.
Caroline st.
Hertz Aaron, variety store, 253 S. Bond st.
—— Sampson, tavern keeper, 255 S. Bond st
Herzberg Mayer, grocer, 206 Alice Anna st.
—— Isaac, baker and tavern k., 72 Harrison st.
Hess Samuel, carpenter, 10 Wagon alley.
—— Joseph, cooper, 17 Balderston st., h. 8 S.
Green st
—— Dr. F., 50 N. Frederick st.
—— Isaac, carpenter, 160 Saratoga st.
—— Valentine, shoemaker, 254 S. Bond st.
—— Conrad, tinner, 56 Lancaster st.
Hessh Charles A., coach smith, 165 N. Canal st.
Heuisler John F. & Co., tobacconists, 1 S.
Charles st.
—— John F., of firm, 100 S. Exeter st.
—— George, carpenter and builder, c. Eutaw st.
and Cider alley, h. 29 Richmond st
Heumick John C., grocer, 75 Forrest st.
Hevener Mrs. Eliza, confectioner, c. Eutaw and
Mulberry sts.
Heverly Mrs. Mary, 82 Cross st.
Hewell Lewis, tobacconist, 138 N. Gay st.
— James L,, tobacconist, Gay near East st.


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