Collection: 1851 The Canada Directory

1851 Port Credit Canada Directory

A Village situated on the River Credit, at its junction with Lake Ontario, in the Township of Toronto, County of York, C. W. distant from Toronto, 15 miles usual steamboat fare, is. 3d. usual stage fare, Is 101/2d. Population about 250. Discover your family's story. Enter a grandparent's name to get started. choose a state: Any AL AK AZ AR CA CO CT DE DC FL GA HI ID IL IN IA KS KY LA ME MD MA MI MN MS MO MT NE NV NH NJ NM NY NC ND OH OK OR PA RI SC SD TN TX UT VT VA WA WV WI WY INTL Start Now In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work. Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C. Armstrong, G. W., innkeeper. Colton, R., postmaster, general merchant and ship yard. Edwards, Isaac, blacksmith. Ellis, C. IL, school teacher. Giles, Thomas, carpenter. McLaughlin, J., shoemaker. Neeson, H., innkeeper. Neeson, H., carpenter. Romain, P. Z., merchant. Shaw, James R., blacksmith. Thompson, Mrs., school teacher, Travis, James, blacksmith. Trotter, Thomas, carpenter. Upton, Frederick,...

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1851 Ramsayville Canada Directory

A VILLAGE situated in the Township of Ramsay, on the Mississippi River, C. W. distant from By town, 35 miles. Population about 200. In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work. Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C. Gemmill, John, general store. Haskins, ______, planing and grooving mills. Leckie, Thomas, general store, 1/4 mile from the village. Mansill, Thomas, tannery, 1/4 mile from the village. McGregor, ______, innkeeper. McMerin, Rev. Johom, Scotch Church. Rea, Hugh, general store, boots and shoes. Reed, Samuel, carding mill. Richardson, Edward, grist mill. Shipman, Daniel, grist and saw mill. Shipman, Daniel, temperance inn. Wylie & Sons, general store. Wylie, James,...

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1851 Peterboro Canada Directory

The County Town of the County of Peterborough, is situated on the Otonahee River, in the Township of Monaghan, C. W. distant from Cobourg, 30 miles usual fare, by stage and steamboat, in summer, 5s., usual stage fare in winter, 5s. distant from Port Hope, 30 miles usual fare, by stage and steamboat, in summer, 5s., usual stage fare in winter, 5s. Population about 2000. In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work. Public Officers Carver, S. J., postmaster. Crawford, Walter, crown lands agent. Ferguson, Frederick, county treasurer. Fortye, Thomas, clerk county court and registrar surrogate court. Hall, G. B., judge of the county and surrogate courts. Hall, J. J., clerk of division court. Hall, James, M. P. P. for Peterborough. Conger, W. S., sheriff. Keene. Hudson, Charles, mayor of Peterboro’. Millburn, Thomas, revenue inspector. Nicholls, R., town treasurer. Norton, Henry, jailor. Reed, John, county engineer. Rubidge, Charles, county registrar. Sheridan, Walter, clerk county council. Short, Thomas, warden of the county, Vizard, W. H. J., town clerk. Wrighton, W. H., clerk of the peace and deputy clerk of the crown. Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C. ALBRO, JOHN M., dealer in dry goods, groceries, hardware, crockery, &c., and country produce, George st. BETHUNE, ALEXANDER, dealer in George st. BRADBURN, THOMAS, dealer in dry goods, groceries, hardware, crockery, &c., George st....

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1851 Queenston Canada Directory

A Village situated on the Niagara River, in the Township of Niagara, County of Lincoln, C. W. distant from Niagara, 7 miles from Niagara Falls, 7 miles. Population about 400. In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work. Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &c. Bowland, Edward. merchant. Buffalo & Toronto Telegraph; office adjoining the custom house. DUFF, WILLIAM, custom house broker. GUERNSEY, JOHN, tanner. MCMICKEN, GILBERT, collector of customs. PURDON, CAPTAIN, landing waiter. STAYNER, JOHN, postmaster. THORBURN, DAVID, commissioner of Indian Non Members Braham. William, carpenter. Brown, Susan, storekeeper. Brown, William, merchant and baker. Donovan, Simon, tailor. Eastham. Esther, innkeeper. Foster, William, Union inn. Humphries, Thomas, grocer. Hunter, John, wagonmaker. McQuaid, -, blacksmith. Prest, John, shoemaker. Quackenbush. Daniel, innkeeper. Wadsworth, Chester, hotelkeeper. Wadsworth, Daniel, hotelkeeper. Wray, Wm.,...

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1851 Perth Canada Directory

The County Town of the United Counties of Lanark and Renfrew, is situated on the River Tay in the Township of Drummond, C. W. The Town is 7 miles from the Rideau Canal, and the Tay is rendered navigable for that distance by means of five locks; which are capable of admitting barges carrying from 80 to 90 tons. Distance from Brockville direct, 40 miles distance from Brockville by Smith’s Falls, being the stage route, 47 miles-usual stage fare, reduced to 10s. Population about 2000. In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work. Public Officers MALLOCH, John G., judge of the county and division courts. McMartin, Daniel, judge of the surrogate court. Dickson, Andrew, sheriff of the united counties. Matheson, Hon. R., M. L. C. Sadie, Chs. H., clerk of division and surrogate courts, and deputy clerk of the Crown. Radenhurt, Thomas M., treasurer of the united counties. Berford, W. R. F., clerk of the peace, and of the municipal council. McKay, John, clerk of-the county, bankrupt, and insolvent, courts. Bell, James, registrar of county of Lanark. Leslie, Anthony, revenue inspector and crown lands agent. Grant, John P., postmaster. Morris, Hon. William, agent for marriage licenses. Agencies Of Assurance Companies, Banks, &C, Brockville Mutual Fire Assurance Company, W. O. Buell, agent. Canada Life Assurance Company, W. R. F. Berford, agent....

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1851 Quebec Canada Directory, Engravers to Gunsmiths

In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work. Engravers And Copperplate Printers Leggo, William A., jun., engraver, Treasure st., Leggo, William A., sen., copperplate printer, 6 U. T. Dauphin st., U. T. Fishing Tackle Maker And Bird Stuffer Kendall, Owen G., St. John st., without. Fancy Stores Cote, Pierre, St. Vallier st., St. Rochs. Wheatley, Mrs., Couillard st., U. T. Reid, Mrs., 8 Palace st., U. T. Wyse, Frederick, 21l St. John st., U. T. Flour Inspector Phillips, Charles S., Giilespies’ wharf, L. T. Flour And Provision Stores BILODEAU, M., ship owner and dealer in provisions, flour, sugar, molasses, &c., 2 St.. Peter st., L. T. MENARD & BROTHERS, flour, grain and provision merchants, corner of St. Paul st. and St. Paul’s market, L. T. Roy, WILLIAM H., grain, flour and provision merchant, St. Andrew’s wharf, L. T. SCOTT, MICHAEL, provision, flour and grain merchant, Atkinson’s wharf, L. T. Bates, James, Artillery st., St. Louis. Matte, A. S., Lower Town market. Brown, Win., St. Vallier st., St. Rochs. Matte & Patoine, Lower Town market. Connolly & Co., Hunt’s wharf, L. T. Moffet, A., & F., King st., St. Rochs. Gauthier, Louis, St. Vallier st., St. Rochs. Tessier, F. X., Desfosses st., St. Rochs. Giguiere, Frs., Dorchester st., St. Rochs. Forwarders ANDERSON, JOHN, forwarding and commission merchant, 42 St. Peter st.,...

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1851 Percy Canada Directory

A Village situated in the Township of Percy, County of Northumberland, C. W. distant from Trent Port, 22 miles. Population about 350. In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work. Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C. Baldwin, Norman, blacksmith. Bettes, Hiram, tinsmith. Blair, Nelson, flour mill and carding mill. Brock, Edson, harnessmaker. Church, Oliver, carpenter and builder. Classon, Simson, carriagemaker. Divine, Patrick, cooper. Douglas, John, blacksmith. Dolton, William, blacksmith. Douglas, John, clerk of division court. Douglas, Alexander, shoemaker. Fortin, Louis, innkeeper. Fowler, flour mills. Fraser, Abraham, carpenter and builder. Gilchrist, John, general store. Corvin, Charles, innkeeper. Humphries, Israel, lumber merchant and sawmill. Humphries, H. Y. H., lumber merchant. Humphries, William, lumber merchant. Hutton, James, storekeeper. Maybee, Alfred, general storekeeper. Miller, J. tanner, shoemaker and harnessmaker. Percy, Dr. physician and surgeon. Platt, William, postmaster and storekeeper. Pratt, William, shoemaker. Puffer, Henry. innkeeper. Richmond, David, carriagemaker. Roland, James B., shoemaker. Renwick, Thomas, tailor. Smith, Charles, tailor. Summers, Patrick, tailor. Tierney, John,...

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1851 Quebec Canada Directory, Bakers to Butchers

In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work. Bakers M’CONREY, E., bread, biscuit and ship bread baker, St. Vallier st., L.T. PARKE, THOMAS, bread, biscuit and ship bread baker, 56 St. Paul st., near the market. Non Members Allard, P., King st., St. Rochs. Allard, J., Desfossés St., St. Rochs. Amiot, J., St. Joachim st., St. Johns. Bedard, P., Crown st., St. Rochs. Bedard, J., St. Margaret st., St. Rochs. Boivin, Jean, St. Francis st., St. Rochs. Chamberlain, C., Desfosses st.. St. RochS. Campbell, William, St. James st.. L. T. Cogle, D., St. Paul’s Market-place. Davidson. J., Fleury st., St. Rochs. Dion, Joseph, Desfossés st, St. Rochs. Dion, D., Church st., St. Rochs. Dostie, E., St. Joseph st., St. Rochs. Falardeau, Louis, Fleury st., St. Rochs. Falardeau, Louis, Crown st., St. Rochs. Gingras, J. C., St. Vallier st., St. Rochs. Gregoire, F. X., Desfossés st., St. Rochs. Hethrington, J., St. John st., without. Hill, R., Artillery st., St. Louis. Johnston, R., St. Francis st., St. Rochs. Johnston, G.. 39 St. John st., U. T. Lepine, Joseph, St. Gabriel st., St. Rochs. Lepine, Joseph, Queen st.. St. Rochs. Lortie, A., Crown st., St. Rocks. Martel, Joseph, Coteau, St. Genevieve, St. Rochs. Moffatt. J., Crown st., St. Rochs. Mulholland, J., Artillery st., St. Louis. Nelson, H., Nouvelle st., St. RochS. Racine, L.,...

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1851 Penetanguishene Canada Directory

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,...

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1851 Quebec Canada Directory, Agencies of Assurance to Auctioneers

In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work. Agencies Of Assurance Companies, &C. Aetna, (Fire And Life), of Hartford, Conn., Daniel M’Gie, agent, St. Andrew’s wharf, L. T. Britannia, (Life), of London, R. Peniston, agent, J. B. F. lane, L. T. Canada, (Life), H. W. Welch, agent, St. James st., L. T. Colonial, (Life), A. J. Maxham, agent, 33 St. Peter st., L. T. Equitable, (Fire), W. Hunt, agent, Hunt’s wharf, L. T. Globe, (Fire and Life), of London, Ryan, Brothers & Chapman, agents, St. Peter st., L.T. Hartford, (Fire), of Hartford, Conn., Daniel M’Gie, agent, St. Andrew’s wharf, L. T. Eagle, (Life), of London, W. & W. C. Henderson, agents, Hunt’s wharf; L. T. Liverpool & London (Fire & Life), Pemberton Brothers, agents, St. Peter at., L. T. Lloyd’s Agent, John Jameson, St. Peter st., L. T. National Loan Fund, (Life And Annuity), W. Hunt and John Ross, agents, Hunt’s wharf, L. T., and Clouett’s buildings, Mountain st., U. T. Phoenix, (Fire), of London, Gillespie, Greenshields & Co., agents, Gillespie’s wharf, L. T. Protection; (Fire), of Hartford, Conn., Daniel M’Gie, agent, St. Andrew’s wharf, L.T. Provincial, Mutual, And General Fire & Life Insurance, John Cochrane, agent, opposite the Exchange, L. T. Quebec, (Fire), Peter Sheppard, secretary, Fire Office building, St. Peter st. United Kingdom, (Fire), Peter Sheppard, agent, St....

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1851 Pembroke Canada Directory

A Village situated in the Township of Pembroke, and County of Renfrew, C. W. distant from Bytown, 86 miles usual steamboat fare from Bytown, 7s. 6d. usual stage fare from Portage du Fort, 5s. In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work. Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C. Bell, John and David, merchants, general traders, lumber dealers, and tannery. Butcher, Rev. George B., Wesleyan. Centres, Lewis, lumber merchant. Church, Horace, saw and carding mill. Currie, John, lumber merchant. Davidson, James, lumber merchant. Dunlop. A. H., lumber merchant. Dunlop, John, lumber merchant. Dunlop, Mrs. D. C., innkeeper. Gould, Jason, steamboat and stage owner. Henderson, Robert, architect. Judge, Dr. John. Johnston, James S., lumber merchant. Ledgerwood, James, mater builder. Little, William, innkeeper. Lynch, Rev. J., Roman Catholic. McLaren & White, general traders. Macaulay, Alex. and Chas., lumber merchants. Martin, Robert, carpenter. Melville, Rev. Andrew, Free Church. Moffat, Alexander, miller and postmaster. Moffat, W. & J. P., merchants, general store and lumber dealers. O’Kelly, Christopher, lumber merchant. O’Meara, Daniel, merchant and general trader. Powell, Alexander W., lumber merchant. Porteous, Robert, boot and shoe store. Rowan, Joseph, innkeeper. Supple, John, lumber merchant. Sweezie, Aaron, blacksmith. White, Peter, lumber...

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1851 Amherstburg Canada Directory

A Town situated on the Detroit River, in the Township of Malden, Essex County, C. W. distant from London, 138 miles distant from Sandwich, 15 miles usual steamboat fare. Distant from Windsor, 18 miles-usual stage fare, 2s. 6d. Population about 1,300. In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work. Agencies Of Assiirance Companies, &E National Loan Fund Life and Equitable Fire Assurance Companies of London; James Kevill, agent. Niagara Mutual Fire Assurance Company, Horatio Nelson, agent. Provincial Mutual Fire Assurance Company, Thomas Hawkins, agent. Public Officers Caldwell, Francis, collector of customs. Cunningham, Henry H., town clerk. Hamilton, James, landing waiter of customs. Kevill, James, postmaster. Wagner, AIexander H., town reeve. Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &E. Aitken, James, general printing office. Aitken J. , publisher. Amherstburg Courier, weekly paper, Archer, William, grocer and innkeeper.% 9 Baker, James, grocer.% 9 Bartlett, William & Alexander, carpenters, &c.% 9 Beaubien, Jas. M., general store and wharfinger.% 9 Bertrand, Simeon, butcher.% 9 Binger, Rev. Anthony, (colored) Baptist.% 9 Bodin, Etienne, waggonmaker.% 9 Bruce, David, innkeeper.% 9 Butts, Lewis, cabinetmaker.% 9 Clarke, John, grocer.% 9 Conroy, Farrel, innkeeper.% 9 Daudet, Rev. John, Roman Catholic.% 9 Dewson, Alfred K., M. D. Dixie, W., attorney at law.% 9 Donoghue, Michael,. butcher.% 9 Douglass & Williams, brewers.% 9 Duff, Wm., commissioner for affidavits in Queen’s Bench.% 9 Dunbar,...

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1851 Allanburgh Canada Directory

A Village situated at the North end of the deep cut on the Welland Canal in the Township of Thyroid,, County of Lincoln, Canada West. Distant 7 miles from St. Catherines usual stage fare, Is. l0zd. Population about 300. In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work. Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C. Bowman, Joseph, pail factory. Bump, Philander, tanner and bootmaker. Dennis, William, innkeeper. Duncan & Wright, grist mill. Elmwood, B. F., cloth factory and carding mill. Finlay, Patrick, innkeeper. Harle & Son, saddlers and harnessmakers. Harper, John, innkeeper. Hoshal, Benj., cloth factory and carding mill. Jackson, John, boot and shoemaker. Mussen, Philip S., bricklayer. Mussen; James. bricklayer. Peart, John. innkeeper. Pennock, William, general store. Rannie & Tucker, lumber merchants. RANNIE, JOHN, general storekeeper, and postmaster. Sherwood, Harley, tailor. Swayze, Samuel, turning machine Upper, Joseph, innkeeper. Vanderburgh, Andrew, saw mill. Williams, Daniel, shingle factory. Williams, Daniel. cabinet and chairniaker. Wilson, John C., carriagemaker. Wright, William,...

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1851 Alexandria Canada Directory

A Village situated in the Township of Lochiel, County of Glengarry, Canada West. Distant from Montreal, 74) miles usual steamboat fare, or stage fare from Cornwall. Population about 500. In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work. Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C. Anwell, Thomas, shoemaker. Begley, Rev. D., Roman Catholic. Chisholm, C. D., cloth factory and carding mill. Cumming, John, cooper. Dixon, Clement, blacksmith. Grant, Archibald, blacksmith. Laland, Francis, cooper. M’Donald & Harrison, tanners, curriers, saddlers,harness and shoemakers. M’Donald, A. R. & Co., tanners and curriers. M’Donald, Donald A., general store, flour mills M’Donald, Donald, tailor. M’Donald, H., innkeeper. M’Donald, James, blacksmith. M’Donald, John, carpenter and waggonmaker. M’Donald, John, carpenter and waggonmaker. M’DONELL, A., postmaster, general storekeeper, and pearlash factory. M’Donell, Norman, innkeeper. M’Gillis, Donald, general store and pearlash factory. M’Neil, Donald, shoemaker. M’Phee, Donald, carpenter and waggonmaker. M’Phee, Dugald, carpenter and waggonmaker M’Pherson, John, carpenter and waggonmaker Masson, Benjamin, shoemaker. McDonald, Lachlan, blacksmith. Murchison, William, innkeeper. O’Dwyer, William, innkeeper. Piper, Donald, tailor. Simpson, James, M. D. Smith & Millar, ironfounders. Smith, A. G., aleratus...

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1851 Addison Corners Canada Directory

A Village situated in the Township of Elizabethtown and County of Leeds, Canada West. Distant from Brockville, 12 miles, from Perth, 33 miles. Population about 200. In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work. Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C Bellamy, Chauncy, flour, oat and saw mills.% 9 Bezee, MichL, tailor, (at Greenbush, 2 miles from White, the village.) Blanchard and Olds, steammills (at Greenbush, 2 2 miles from the village.)% 9 Blanchard, H. W., general store, (Greenbush, 2 miles from the village.) % 9 Blanchard, James, carriagemaker (at Greenbush,% 9 Cook, Andrew, carriagemaker.% 9 Decker, James, shoemaker. Ferrall, William, blacksmith. Gallingher, Jacob, blacksmith. Hamblin, Alpheus, carriagemaker, (Greenbush.) Jas., tanner and shoemaker, (Greenbush) Kelly, John, innkeeper, (Greenbush.)% 9 Lewis, Ira, & Sons, general store, pot ashery and shoe factory. miles from the village.) Olds, David, carriagemaker, (Greenbush.) Pine, James, tailor. Wood, John, postmaster, and general...

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