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Matchett's Baltimore Director For 1853-54
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Hannaman Edward, laborer, 30 Liberty al
Hannaman Wm. E. clerk, 133 w Fayette
Hannan Owen, laborer, cor Foundry and North
Hanne Henry, laborer, 38 Thames
Hannegan Thomas, wagoner, 445 w Lombard
Hanneman Frederick, dw 15 Jew al
Hanneman George N. grocer, 138 n Eclen
Hanner John H. tobacconist, 215 w Pratt
Hanney Mary A. boarding house, 141 Camden
Haunin John, laborer, 10 Addison
Hanning Frederick, laborer, s w cor Caroline and
Hannish Godfrey, tailor, 50 s Caroline
Haurahan Thomas, grocer, 217 Raborg
Hansch Francis, shoemaker, 193 s Bond
Hanseller John, tinner, 134 French
Hanson Ambrose, shoemaker. 30 Orleans
Hanson George H. shoemaker. 187 Orleans
Hanson, Hand & Co. tin ware & house furnishers,
37 e Baltimore
Hanson John P. firm O'Brien, Grafflin & Hanson,
dw 81 Camden
Hanson John, firm Hand & H. dw 175 e Fayette
Hanson Neil, blacksmith, n e cor Castle al and
Alice Anna st
Hanson Peter, firm H. Hand & Co. 81 Granby
Hanson, Thomas, mariner, Fountain st w Castle al
Hanson Wash. R. clerk, Madison e of Caroline
Hanson Wm. H. saddler, 112 Orleans
Hanson Wm. H. 99 e Lombard
Hanson Capt. Wm painter, 74 William
Hanilev Christopher, Poppleton n of Ramsay
Hantz Matthew, 100 Thames
Hanway Samuel, grocer, 155 Forrest
Hanz, Frick & Co. forwarding and commission
merchants, 133 North
HANZSCHE & BROTHER, English and Ger-
man book and job printers, 219 Baltimore, dw
Mansion House, cor Fayette and St. Paul
Hapburn Francis, grainer, 121 n Howard
Hapel Harman, grocer, 138 Orleans
Hapel Lewis, sext. Synagogue Lloyd st.47 Watson
Hapner John H. 231 Columbia st
Harbaugh Benj. 211 e Fayette
Harbaugh Jas. O. chair maker, 52 Jefferson
Harbaugh Jerome, coach maker, 20 Oregon
Harbour Master's office for 3d & 4th districts, 4
Bowley's wharf
Hardcastle Marcus, clerk, Eager st e Bond
Harden John S. firm Hopkins, Lake & H. 21 s
Harden Judeth, 62 s Durham


Harden Matthew, grocer, n e cor Hamburg and
Harden Richard, mate, 27 Thames
Hardester Benj. produce dealer, 80 Light st wharf
dw 17 L. Gough
Hardester David, engineer and machinist. Essex st
HARDESTY CHARLES R. tobacco and com-
mission merchant, 92 s Charles, dw 27 Con way
HARDESTY E. R. tobacco commission merchant,
92 s Charles. See card
Hardesty George W. brass composition founder,
270 e Monument
Hardesty Henry, jr. Cathedral cor Centre
Hardesty John J. carpenter, dw 18 s Caroline
Hardesty Richard S. merchant, 241 w Lombard
Hardesty Stracy S n e cor Liberty and Lexington
Harding Jesse, variety dealer, 70 n Gay
Harding Richard A. shoemaker, 56 Henrietta
Hardtner Jacob, boiler maker, 114 Columbia
Hardy Edith Palmer, boarding house, 17 Front
Hardy George, mariner, Lancaster e of Ann
Hardy George, plough smith, 30 Henrietta
Hardy Hugh, carter, 87 Boyd
Hardy John D. auctioneer, 211 Aisquith
Hardy Capt. Robert, 79 Broadway
Hardy Samuel, regulator rail road, 29 Boyd
Hare John, laborer, Bond st s of Canton av
Hare Michael B. carpenter, Cathedral st cor, of
Camel al
Hare Mrs. 314 n Gav
Hare Nicholas, Caroline s of Bank
Hare, Pierson, Holliday & Co. wholesale dry goods
merchants, 1 Hanover
Hare Richard, firm Hare, Pierson, Holliday & Co.
dw Howard House
Hare Wm. painter, 58 s Caroline
Hare Wm. portrait painter, 41 Mullikin
Harenhein Conrad, tailor, Col vert al w from Har-
ford av
Harest Godlip, grocer and liquor dealer, 86 French
Harfel Henry, tailor, 160s Caroline
Harford George, cabinet maker, 343 Lexington
Harford Washington, wood corder, Barree Greene
Hargaton Bryan, confectioner, 355 w Pratt
Hargenhein John, blacksmith, 33 Mullikin
Harger Jacob, moulder, 44 Bank
Harger John. 325 s Bond
Hargrove Margaret, milliner, 97 n Eutaw
Hargus Wm. gardener, Monument st e Broad-
Harig Joseph, 66 Hill


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