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Woods' Baltimore Directory for 1856-57
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Hahn John, cooper, 426 w Lombard
Hahn John & Daniel, teachers, 501 w Balt.
Hahn Lewis, grocer, 20 President
Hahn Lewis, varnisher, 10 Baker's ct
Hahn Wm. butcher, 124 Mullikin
Hahn Wm. laborer, 53 President
Hahnerman Frederick, turner, 15 Sterrett
Haig Geo. (J.M.H.&Bro.) 111 w Fayette
Haig James M. (J. M. H. & Bro.) 111 w
Haig J. Edwin, Dolphin near Garden
HAIG JAMES M. & BRO. importers and
manufacturers ladies' dress trimmings &
mantillas, 133 and 223 w Baltimore
Haines Benjamin F. hardware dealer, 495
w Baltimore
Haines Catharine, 94 Hillen
Haines John, painter, 47 Columbia
Haines Robert, huckster, 122 Regester
Hair Mrs. Mary, 32« n Gay
Hair John, laborer, 12 Garden
Hakesley George W. clerk, 333 n Gay
Hakesley Wm. J. carpenter, 333 n Gay
Halalan Timothy, porter, 23 Rock
Halbach C. cutler & hardw. deal, 94 n Gay
Halbeg Powles, hay dealer, 45 St. Mary
Halbert Mary Ann, 38 n Caroline
Halbert John R. tailor, 84 Somerset
Halbien John, huckster, 70 Pearl
Hale Annie, 84 s Howard
Hale Chas. Wm. chairmaker, 15 L. Gough
Hale George C. laundry, 12 n Gay
Hale John, paver, 120 Eastern av
Hale Capt. Philip M. mariner, 59 Aisquith
Hales Capt. Washington R. 34 Neighbor
Haley Ann, boarding house, 127 s Ann
Haley Michael, mason, 405 w Pratt
Haley Thomas, 49 York
Haley Thomas, laborer, 294 Wolfe
Halfpenny Samuel W. laborer, 83 Regester
Hall Aaron, carpenter, 98 McElderry
Hall Alex, bricklayer, 240 Chase
HALL AMAS A C. agentCromwell's steam
ship line, 116 Spear's wharf, dw 250 w
Lombard, [See Advertisement.]
Hall Blake, clerk, 96 Sharp
Hall & Bro. weighing agts. 77 Smith's whf
Hall Carter A. & T. H. com. merchants, 4
Camden, dw C. A. H. 220 w Lombard
Hall Catharine, 36 Edwards
Hall Clarissa, 22 s Ann
Hall Cyrus, tavern 36 President
Hall Daniel S. (H. & B.) 3 McCulloh
Hall Edward, fire proof safe maker, 187 n
Hall Edward, grocery, 153 s Caroline
Hall Edward, drayman, 274 Biddle
Hall E. a. blacksmith, 318 William
Hall Elias, shoemaker, 3 w Biddle
Hall Elizabeth, 313 Eastern av
Hall George H. clerk, 62 Albemarle
Hall George W. S. merchant, 65 Second,
dw 49 Mulberry
Hall George H. cedar cooper, 42 Cider al
Hall Henrietta, 182 w Madison
Hall Henry W. brakesman, 226 Preston
Hall Capt. Henry, mariner, 277 e Baltimore
Hall Hester, 60 s Bond
Hall Israel, clerk, 230 n Caroline
Hall Jacob T. clerk post offi. 48 s Poppleton

Hall J. B. clerk, 117 e Baltimore
Hall James W. clerk, 33 s Ann
Hall James, laborer, 1 Henrietta
Hall James, organ builder, 52 George
Hall James, (Freeland, Hall & Co.) 7 w
HALL DR. JAMES, colonization agent,
G5 Second, dw 49 Mulberry
Hall James B. shoemaker, 325 e Monument
Hall John, fisher, Grindall
Hall John, grocery, 66 German
Hall John, grocer, 114 n Caroline
Hall John D. shoemaker, 325 e Monument
Hall John H. tailor, 303 Aisquith
HALL JOHN W. proprietor Oriental, for-
merly Monumental spice mills, 20 Bank,
near Central av. dw 198 e Baltimore
Hall John R. painter, 2 Barre
Hall John H. jr. porter, 225 Harford av
Hall Joseph, shoemaker, 172 s Greene
Hall Joshua M. purser in navy, 323 w Balt.
HALL & LONEY, general com. and ship-
ping merchants, 56 Buchanan's wharf
Hall Lydia A. 34s Broadway
Hall Maria, dry goods dealer, 406 Saratoga
Hall Mrs. Dr. 45 Lexington
Hall Moses, stone cutter, 243 Hoffman
Hall Nathaniel, street commissioner, 75 n
Hall Preston, machinist, 46 Tyson
Hall Richard, cabinet mak. 196 e Baltimore
Hall Rev. Richard C. 45 Lexington
Hall Rich H. shoemaker, 68 Ensor, dw 53
Hall Robert, lottery vender, 252 e Madison
Hall Robert H. plasterer, 118 n Bond
Hall Robert, merchant tailor, 4 w Fayette,
dw 308 Aisquith
Hall Saml, laborer, Harford av nr Point la
Hall Samuel, tailor, 156 n Eden
Hall Samuel, carpenter, 206 Montgomery
Hall Samuel, tailor, 134 n Bond
Hall Sarah B. 612 w Baltimore
Hall Shadrach H. tavern, 33 Second
Hall Sophia, confectioner, 256 s Ann
Hall Susan & Caroline, acade. 96 e Fayette
Hall S., George near Brune
Hall Thomas E. currier, 100 s Caroline
Hall Thomas J. carter, 36 William
Hall Thomas J. & Co. tobacco and general
commission merchants, over 143 w Pratt,
dw T. J. H. 78 Sharp
Hall Thomas W. stock and bill broker, 51
Second, dw 38 Mount Vernon place
Hall Wells R. clerk, 262 e Pratt
Hall Wm. C. 71 Cathedral
Hall Wm. W. R. clerk, Calvert nr Fayette
Hall Wm. Taylor (H. & Roney,) 45 Lex-
Hall Wm. T. tailor, 32 Ensor
Hall Wm. P. shoemak. 325 e Monument
Hall Wm. W. produce broker, Exchange
place, dw 103 Conway
Hall X. boiler maker, 335 Light
Hallameier Joseph, tailor, 257 n Caroline
Hallar Abner, carpenter, 168 German
Halle Simon H. tailor, 131 Franklin
Halle Julius, tailor, 69 Hanover
Hallenburger Sarah A. Chesapeake,Canton
Hallock Zerubabel,deal. in paperhangings,
264 n Gay

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