clear space clear space clear space white space
 r c h i v e s   o f   M a r y l a n d   O n l i n e

PLEASE NOTE: The searchable text below was computer generated and may contain typographical errors. Numerical typos are particularly troubling. Click “View pdf” to see the original document.

  Maryland State Archives | Index | Help | Search
search for:
clear space
white space
Baltimore Wholesale Business Directory and Business Circular for the Year 1845
Volume 528, Page 69   View pdf image (33K)
 Jump to  
clear space clear space clear space white space


Hewes John G., flour & feed mer,, 326 W. Pratt
st., h. 30 S. Green st.
— James E., grocer, 72 Hanover st.
Hewett George H., carpenter, 25 N. Caroline,
h. 27 N. Caroline st.
Hewitt Elmer, currier, 55 Marsh Market sp.
— Eli, currier, 71 Marsh Market sp., h. 23
Jackson st.
Hewlett George, tailor, 20 Stiles st.
— & Jones, leather dealers, 96 W. Lombard st.
— John Q., of firm, h. 40 S. Eutaw st.
Hey Rev. John F., teacher, 237 W. Pratt st.
Hibner A. H., lock and gunsmith, 25 Harrison.
— John N., boot and shoe maker, 105 N. Paca.
Hichew Samuel, carpenter, 73 Gough st.
Hick George, boiler maker, 54 S. Caroline st.
Hickcock Mrs. Eliza, 202 S. Bond st.
Hickey Michael J., cabinet maker, 111 N. Paca.
—— James, painter, 1 Clay st.
Hickley Robert, flour mer., e. Franklin &, Eutaw,
h. 157 Saratoga st.
—— Robert J ., hatter, 44 N. Howard st., h. 44
George st.
Hickman Abraham, laborer, 4 McElderry st.
—— George, carpet weaver, 66 Harrison st.
—— Lawrence, cooper, 41 South st.
—— Mrs. Ann, 7 Argyle alley.
—— N., bookseller and stationer, 116 W. Balto.,
h. 23 N. Front st.
Hicks Mrs. Rebecca, 154 Mulberry st.
—— Wm. E., ship carpenter, 198 W. Lombard.
—— George, carter, 110 Happy alley.
—— Reuben, cooper, 413 W. Lombard st.
Hickson John, hatter, 158 W. Baltimore st., h.
153 Saratoga st.
Hiddleston James, painter, 13 Argyle alley.
Higdon Ralph, fisherman, 107 Hill st.
Higginbotham John, grocer and com. mer., 18
Commerce, h. 31 Granby st.
—— Henry, blacksmith, 315 Wilk st.
Higgins Mrs. Maria, 133 Aisquith st.
—— James, laborer, 86 N. Canal st.
—— Edward, confectioner and fruit dealer, 161
W. Pratt st.
—— Wm., shoemaker, 130 S. Bond st.
—— Win., shopkeeper, 17 E. Pratt st.
—— Capt. Jacob, 137 Ann st.
—— Capt. Asa, 66 E. Baltimore st.
High Mrs. Sarah, 301 Raborg st.
—— David, bricklayer, 78 Ross st.
—— James, painter, 2 Armistead lane.
Higham John, lime mer., 82 N. Eutaw st.
—— John, laborer, 25 Shakspeare st.
Hilberg Francis L., mer. tailor, 6 S. Calvert st.
—— Wm., mer. tailor, 4 S. Gay st.
Hilbert Henry, currier, 205 Fayette st.
—— John, carpenter, 130 W. Madison st.
—— & Co., leather dealers, 20 N. Paca st.
— Thomas, of firm, h. c. Fayette & Pearl sts.
—— Adam, baker, 168 Bank st.
Hildebrand Wm., dyer, 57 Albemarle st.
— Henry, cooper, 33 N. Cove st.
—— Andrew, bootmaker, 13 Hill st.
Hildebrandt S. D., musical instrument maker, 2
Park st.
Hilgerman Wm., laborer, 185 S. Sharp st.
Hill John E., tinner, 117 N. Gay st., h. 162 E.
Madison st.
—— Win. A., shoemaker, 25 Peach alley.
—— Alexander, grocer, S W. Pratt st.
— Robert, dry goods mer., 99 W. Balto, st.
—— Wm., machinist, 371 Franklin st.

Hill Thomas G., agt. H. Meeteer's paper mill,
150 W.Lombard, h. 16 Holland st,
—— Rev. Stephen P., pastor 1st Baptist church,
h. 63 N. Liberty st.
—— H. C., shoemaker, 24 Carpenters alley.
—— Isaac, hatter, 21 Slemmers alley.
—— Sarah Ann, tavern keeper, 166 Wilk st.
—— John, grocer, 2 Orleans st.
—— Edwin, box maker, 33 Clay st., h. 38 Pine.
—— John H., boot and shoe maker, 63 N. Gay.
—— Chailes, 66 Raborg st.
—— Robert M., 88 S. Howard st.
Hillard Mrs. Ann, 202 W. Lombard st.
Hillen Col. Solomon, 19 N. Front st.
—— Thomas, trader, 327 Wilk st.
—— Miss Rebecca, 63 Pitt st.
Hillert &, Bennet, ship chandlers and grocers,
312 Wolf st.
Hillock Stephen, dry goods mer., 232 N. Howard,
Hilman Mrs. H., milliner, 115 N. Front st.
Hilton Mrs. Lydia, seamstress, 65 Potter st.
—— Wm. W., tailor, 45 N. Canal st.
Himel Leopold, clothier, 124 Potter st.
Hindes John, bricklayer, 288 N. Howard st.
—— James B., bricklayer, 227 W. Lombard st.
—— Samuel, hatter, 74 N. Gay st.
—— Moses, currier, 1 Water st., h. 27 Pleasant.
—— Mrs. John, 108 S. Sharp st.
—— Mrs. Margaret, 28 Stirling st.
Hindle &, Durham, variety store, 1 E. Balto, st.
Hindman Wm., com. mer., 4 Bowly's whf.
Hinds Wm., hatter, 153 Potter st.
—— Mrs. Rosanna, 95 Barre st.
—— Capt. Thomas, 6 S. Exeter st.
—— Mrs., milliner, 6 S. Exeter st.
Hines David, 150 N. Eutaw st.
—— Christian, laborer, 59 Montgomery st.
—— Thomas, silversmith, 3 N. Eden st.
—— Peter, trader, 239 Ann st.
Hinesley John, ale & oyster house, 19 N. Liberty.
Hinkerty Emily, 7 Pleasant st.
Hinkle Wm. G., saddler, 75 Jefferson st.
—— Charles, laborer, 42 —— st. W. of William
and S. of West st.
—— John, grocer, 189 Wilk st.
Hinkleman Andrew, tailor, 49 Clay st.
Hinkley Edward, att'y, 22 N. Charles st.
Hinks C. D. & Co., flour mers., 248 W. Pratt st.
—— C. D., of firm, h. 23 S. Green st.
—— Samuel, of firm, 429 W. Baltimore st.
Hinline M., shoemaker, 217 Apple alley.
Hinton Zachariah, iron founder, 26 N. Poppleton.
—— Thomas, saddle and harness maker, 27 N.
High st.
Hintze Dr. F. E. B., 21 S. Gay st.
Hipkins Fanny, washerwoman, 33 Guilford al.
Hirsch John C., tailor, 139 York st
—— Jacob, laborer, 2 Armistead lane.
—— Christopher, furniture store, 13 N. Gay st.
Hirstberg Edward, shoemaker, 222 Gough st.
Hiser Henry W., grocer, c. Howard &, Fayette,
h. 155 Fayette st.
—— Samuel R., carpenter, 251 Biddle st., h. 249
Biddle st.
Hishberger Joseph, blacksmith, 2 N". Poppleton.
Hiskey Joseph, piano maker, 26 Light st.
Hiss Jacob, Jr., chair maker, 49 S. Gay st, h.
100 E. Baltimore st.
—— Thomas D., cabinet maker, 217 W. Pratt,
h. 92 Barre st.
—— Benjamin, currier, 36 Gittings st.
—— Conrad, baker, 69 Dover st.


clear space
clear space
white space

Please view image to verify text. To report an error, please contact us.
Baltimore Wholesale Business Directory and Business Circular for the Year 1845
Volume 528, Page 69   View pdf image (33K)
 Jump to  

This web site is presented for reference purposes under the doctrine of fair use. When this material is used, in whole or in part, proper citation and credit must be attributed to the Maryland State Archives. PLEASE NOTE: The site may contain material from other sources which may be under copyright. Rights assessment, and full originating source citation, is the responsibility of the user.

Tell Us What You Think About the Maryland State Archives Website!

An Archives of Maryland electronic publication.
For information contact

©Copyright  October 10, 2023
Maryland State Archives