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Matchett's Baltimore Director For 1855-56
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Hupman Elizabeth, 109 Raborg
Hupnagel Balihazer, plasterer, 3 Shakspeare
Hupp Peter, shoemaker, 101 n Canal
Huppar Wm., carpenter, 46 n Amity
Hupping Antoine, shoemaker, 68 s Canal
HUPPMAN GEORGE, piano manufacturer,
28 Hanover, h 260 w Madison
Huppman Nich., merchant, 232 w Madison
Huppman Val., saddler, 31 Center Market, h 79
e Fayette
Hurchburg Abm , 44 n Canal
Hurdle George W., finisher, 6 s Republican
Hurf Christopher, carpenter, 639 Light
HURLBUT SAMUEL, com. merchant, 20
Bowly's wharf, h 66 Franklin
Hurley Charles A., pilot, 40 Pine
Hurley Dennis, 24 Block
Hurley George, shoe dealer, 170 n Exeter
Hurley Joel G., wood corder, 127 Albemarle
Hurley John, gilder, 127 n High
Hursh Jacob, laborer, 277 s Charles
HURST & BERRY, imp. and dealers in dry
goods, 241 Baltimore
Hurst Charles, plasterer, 18 Hamburg
Hurst Casper, laborer, 75 Harrison
Hurst Jacob, huckster, 271 s Paca
Hurst John A., carpenter, 10 Hamburg
Hurst Martin, shoemaker, 14 Edward
Hurst Martin, 8 Hamburg
Hurst Nathan, 145 Durham
Hurt Christopher, 312 Cross
Hurt Dr., Edward, 102 s Sharp
Hurt Henry, tailor, 123 s Exeter
Hurt Dr. Thomas D., 102 s Sharp
Hurtt Henry, hat and cap maker, (dec d) 123 s
Hurtt James A., tinner, 249 n Canal
Hurtt Walter T , halter, 103 e Fayette
Husband John, 189 w Lombard
Husband Mary B., dry good and trim. dealer,
213 w Pratt
Husband Sarah A., 75 n Liberty
Husen John D., grocer, 73 Forest
Husenhauer Frank, tailor, 222 n Canal
Husgen Jas., port monnaie manuf., 166 Baltimore
Hush Henry, cooper, 144 Howard
Hushback Charles, machinist, 230 Carpenters' al
Hushbeck Aug., venitian blind maker., 7 s Pop-
Hushbeck Mary A., 7 s Poppleton
Hushman Charles, 82 North
Hussell Casper, engineer, 186 s Eutaw
Hussell Henry, 60 Durst alley
Hussellberg Ferdinand, laborer, 166 William
Hussellbaugh Wm. H. B., oil, glass and paint
dealer, 168 n Gay
Hussey Catharine, 163 w Pratt
Hussey Henry, carpenter, 150 Fremont
Hussey James, ladies shoemaker, 12 Low
Hussey Obert, man. of reaping and mowing ma-
chines, Eastern avenue bet. Eden and Spring
Hussman John, shoemaker, 289 Alice Anna
Huster Andrew, butcher, 192 Columbia
Husterman August, cabinet mkr., 47 Ross
Huston Margaret, 73 Preston
Hut Clara, 146 Regester
Hut Conrad, tailor, 74 Somerset
Hutchings Capt. John, 62 s Broadway
Hutchings Zach., 83 Dallas
Hutchins Charles, tailor, 208 Stilling
Hutchins Jesse L., ship carpenter, 126 s Bond

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Hutchins Laura, Stirling near Chew
Hulchins M. & Co , milliners, 53 Hanover
Hutchins Nich. & W.J., prs. "Front Street Ho-
tel," 100 n Front
Hutchins Peter Alex., carter, 18 Brunswick
Hutchins Robert, cigar maker, 29 Jefferson
Hutchins Nichs., 204 n Canal
Hutchins Thomas T., attorney, St. Paul, h 133
Hutchins Thomas, bricklayer, 15 Chatsworth
Hutchinson David, grocer, 155 s Broadway
Hutchinsom Ellen, 161 Sarah Ann
Hutlar John, laborer, 272 s Bond
Hutman Ant., Essex St., Canton
Hutmiller Wm., tailor, 240 e Pratt
Hutson Elizabeth, 70 Lancaster
Hutson Robt., 37 s Broadway
Hull Henry, tailor, 146 Saratoga
Hutson Joshua, wheelwright, 112 Raborg
Huttey Archer, laborer, 5 Center
Hutton Jane, 30 North
Hutton Joseph G., gass fitter, 379 n Gay
Hutton Thos , huckster, 308 William
Hutz Casper, shoemaker, 280 Alice Anna
Hutz John, tailor, 5 s Regester
Hutzler Moses, dry goods dealer, 78 n Eden
Huxly John, merchant tailor, 92 n Gay
Huzey Eliza, 204 e Baltimore
Huzza Albert, carpenter, 149 Aisquith
Huzza Charily, 99 Ensor
Huzza Columbus, printer, 95 Stirling
Hyam Abram, paper hanger, 49 e Lombard
Hyatt Alpheus, (H. &, Stump,) h near 110 n
Hyatt C. C.& R. H., wholesale grocers and
com. mts., 147 wPratt, h R. H. 60 Barre
Hyatt Edward & Co., liq. dealers, 39 s Frede-
rick, h 61 n Greene
Hyatt (Alpheus,) & Stump (Alex. H.,) whole-
sale grocers, 56 South
Hyde Adam, laborer, 84 Lancaster
Hyde Francis, 104 Holliday
Hyde Henry, laborer, 33 e Monument
Hyde Jas , furniture dealer, 251 Light
Hyde John, shoemaker, 219 Canton avenue
Hyde John, 175 Montgomery
Hyde John G., moulder, 29 Scott
Hyde Margaret, 116 n Exeter
Hyde Mary, 45 Holland
Hyde Moses, fancy soap maker, 110 Monument
h Madison near Ensor
Hyde Oliver, pro. soap factory, Pleasant st., h
153 Chesnut
Hyde Richard H. shoem., 221 n Gay, h 192
Hyde Samuel H., dry goods and carpet dealer,
146 s Broadway
Hyde Samuel N., dry goods dealer, 145 Lex-
ington, h 163 Biddle
Hyde Samuel G., h 26 Pleasant
Hyde Susan A., tutoress 128 n High
Hyde Thos., blacksmith, 20 Dewberry alley
Hyde Wm. J., merchant, 2 Aisquith
Hyder Fonder, cab. maker, 1 Jew alley
Hyland James, carpenter, 183 s Paca
Hyland James, 97 n Charles
Hyland & Keys, produce brokers, 85 Exchange
Hyland & Lippincott, general merchandise
brokers, 50 South
Hyman Christopher, C., watchman, 6 Jefferson

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