1851 Penetanguishene Canada Directory
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A Village situated in the Townships of Tiny and Tay, and County of Simcoe, C. W. distant from Barrie, 36 miles usual steamboat fare from Penetanguishene to Owen’s Sound, 10s. usual stage fare from Penetanguishene to Barrie, 7s. 6d.
In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work.
Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades
Agency, Bank of Upper Canada, W. B. Hamilton, agent.
Barrie Building Society, W. B. Hamilton, agent.
Bell, W. C., carpenter and builder.
Charest, Rev. A., Roman Catholic.
Copland, George, miller.
Champagne, Pierre, builder.
Colombus, Louis, blacksmith.
Dusome, Andrew, boot and shoemaker.
Equitable Fire Insurance Company, London, W. B. Hamilton, agent.
Farling, James, blacksmith.
Faribrass, Frederick, tailor.
Gordon, George, baker.
Fallen, Rev. George, Church of England.
Hamilton, W. B., wharfinger.
Hamilton. W. B., storekeeper, postmaster.
Jeffrey, Edward, storekeeper.
Jeffrey, Stephen, Huron hotel.
McFraser, Captain, F. C., owner steamer Gore.
National Loan Fund Assurance Company, London, W. B. Hamilton, agent.
O’Neil, William, boot and shoemaker.
Schneider, Charles, baker.
Simpson, William, storekeeper.
Simpson, William, notary public, and collector of customs.
Thompson, N. A., storekeeper.
Trudell, Marcus, carpenter and builder.
Warren, James, carpenter and builder.
Wright, James, butcher.