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HALSEY -- Washington, D.C. City Directory, 1890



Created by the federal government in 1790, the District of Columbia was home to about 2320,000 residents in 1890. This database is a transcription of a city directory originally published in that year. In addition to providing the resident's name, it provides information regarding their address and occupation. This collection includes the names of nearly 198,900 people, mostly heads of households. For those seeking ancestors from the nation's capital, this can be an informative database.


Name Location 1 Location 2 Occupation

Alice G Halsey 1625 Marion northwest clerk
Katle F Halsey 105 F northwest clerk
Mary L Halsey 105 F northwest
Oliver Halsey 105 F northwest
Sallie W Halsey 1407 Mass avenue northwest teacher
Alice G Halsey 1502 R northwest clerk
Katie F Halsey 821 3d northwest
Mary L Halsey 821 3d northwest clerk
Oliver Halsey 821 3d northwest laborer
Sallie W Halsey, widow Don P 1407 Mass avenue northwest
Sarah Halsey 1201 R I avenue northwest teacher


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