Collection: 1851 The Canada Directory

1851 Fenelon Falls Canada Directory

A Village situated in the Township of Fenelon, County of Peterborough, C. W distant from Lindsay, 16 miles usual steamboat fare, 2s. 6d. 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. Bowerman, Thomas, saw mill. Boyd, Mossom, miller, Village of Bobcaygean. Brock, Samuel, saw mill. Connell, George, blacksmith. Greene, John, general store, Village of Bobcaygean. Hamilton, William, shoemaker, Bobcaygean. Knox, Thos., innkeeper, Village of Bobcaygean. McConnell, James, innkeeper, Village of Bobcaygean. McIntyre, John, innkeeper and general store. Nayler, John, boot maker. POWLES, WILLIAM, postmaster and boot and shoe Store. Umphrey, Alexander,...

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1851 Matilda Canada Directory

A Village situated on the Point Iroquois Canal, in the Township of Matilda, Canada West distant from Prescott, 15 miles and from Cornwall, 36 miles. Population about 125. In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work. Alphabetical List Op Professions, Trades, &C. Baldwin, Josiah, tanner and leather merchant. Brouse, George, postmaster, general store and saw mill. Byrnes, Samuel, grocer. CARMAN & BAILEY, dealers in dry goods, groceries, hardware, crockery, stationery and school books. Carman, Phillip, tanner and leather merchant. Dick. Rev. -, Baptist. Dundas grammer school, Rev. Mr. Dick, principal. Elliott, William, flour mill, carding and fulling mills. Hurlburt, Rev. A., Wesleyan Methodist. Hutchison, William, blacksmith and axe factory. Lang, John, general store. Lowry, Robert, grocer. PHILLIPS, Z. M., innkeeper a comfortable house and reasonable charges. Rose, William, deputy collector of customs. Ross, J. S., & Co., general tore. Sanderson & Carman, saw mills. SANDERSON & CARMAN, wholesale and retail dealers in dry goods, groceries, hardware. crockery and general lumber merchants and saw mills. Shaver, W. J., saddler and harness maker. Vanallen, Peter, shoemaker and tanner. WALDORFF, JACOB, innkeeper travellers will find good accommodation, and conveyances are furnished when required. Worthington, Addison, M. D. Wylie, Dr. Alexander, 3 miles above the...

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1851 Lanark Canada Directory

A Village situated in the Township of Lanark, and County of Lanark, Canada West-distant from Perth, 11 miles-usual stage fare, 5s. 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. Buffam, Samuel, innkeeper. Caldwell, Alexander, lumber merchant. Caldwell, B. & J., general merchants. No. 1. George st. Craig, Adam, cooper. Craig, John, carriage maker. Craig, , beef and pork inspector. Dohie, Thomas, blacksmith. Dohie, William, boot and shoemaker. Drysdale, James, cabinetmaker. Drysdale, Robert, cabinetmaker. Fraser, Rev. Thomas, Church of Scotland. French, Francis, tailor. Gallinger, J., blacksmith and horseshoer. Gallinger, Jacob, axemaker. GEMMILL, J. K., printer and publisher of the Lanark Observer. Gemmill, James, joiner and cabinetmaker. Hall, A. G., clerk and accountant. Hall, J. & F., general merchants. No. 5, George st. HALL, JOHN, postmaster. James, Robert, tailor. Kelly, J. C., & Co., fanning mill makers. Lamont, Joseph. hotel keeper. Livingston, John. tailor. Mair, James, & Son, general merchants. No. George st. Mair, John, boot and shoemaker. Maxwell, Daniel, carpenter. McInnes. Alexander. wagon maker. McLaren, Peter, grammar school teacher. Monahan, William. beef and pork inspector. Monroe, Alexander, M. D., chemist and druggist. No. 6, George st. Robertson, William, joiner. Smith, John. tanner and dealer in harness. Wilson, Thomas, boot and shoemaker. Wilson, Thomas, spirit dealer. Wright, John. house...

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1851 Martin Town Canada Directory

A Village situated in the Township of Charlottenburg, County of Glengarry, Canada West distant from Montreal, 75 miles distant from Cornwall, 13 miles-and from Lancaster, 11 miles. 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. Blackwood, Robert, general store. Barton, James, innkeeper. Foulds, John, tanner. Grant, Dr. James. Gray, Donald, turner. Irvine, James, wagon maker. Kelly, J. J., saddler. McDonald, James, blacksmith. McDonald, Duncan, blacksmith. McDonnell, George A., innkeeper. McGregor, Murdoch, general store. McLaurin, Rev. John, Church of Scotland. McLeod, Angus, wheelwright. McLeod, Peter, saddler. McMartin, Alexander, postmaster, miller, carding, fulling and cloth dressing mills. McMartin, Duncan, general store. McNaughton, Donald, wheelwright. McRae, James, blacksmith. Simpson, Dr. John. Smith, John R., genera] store. Smith, William, blacksmith. Wilson, Mrs. Charlotte, storekeeper. Wilson, Alexander,...

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1851 Knowltonville Canada Directory

A Village situated in the Township of Brame, County of Shefford, Canada East distant from Stanstead, 28 miles from Montreal, 60 miles. In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work. Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C. Blimm, Edwin M., innkeeper. Brown, Alexander, general store. Knowlton, Hon. Paul H., grist mills. O’Grady, W. B., master of academy. England, Isaac,...

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1851 Markham Canada Directory

A Village situated in the Township of Markham, County of York, Canada West distant from Toronto, 20 miles usual stage fare, 2s. 6d. Population about 650. In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work. Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C. Armstrong, William, barley mill. Armstrong, William, innkeeper. Barker, A., grist mill owner. Barker, Archibald, storekeeper and postmater. Cash, David, fanning machine and pump maker. Crosbey, H. B., store keeper. Doherty, Dr. John. Eckart, G., inspector of licenses. Flemerfelt, George, storekeeper. Flemerfelt, William, tanner. Forster, M. W.,. threshing machine manufacturer. Gorton, Miss, girls school. Hall, C. F., wagon maker. Hall, H., innkeeper. Holden, S., J. P., general store. Houck, L., fanning machine and pump maker. Houck, Lewis, storekeeper. Hunter, H., storekeeper. Ireland, John, inspector of licenses. Kerr, Rev. P., Wesleyan Methodist. Miller, Dr. Samuel. Milne, T. A., grist mill owner. Milne, T., cloth manufacturer. Morrison, William, inspector of licenses. Pringle. James, wagon maker. Robertson, John, tanner. Robson, John, grist mill owner. Schoules, F. H.., boy’s school. Scott, William, wagon maker. Speight, Thomas, wagon maker. Stewart, Rev. James, Church of Scotland. Wilson, G., junr., wagon maker. Wright, Dr. H. H. Wright, S. R., & Co., foundry. Township Council David Reesor, reeve; Henry Miller, deputy reeve; Samuel Reesor, C. Keller; George Pringle, junr., councilors A. B. Crosbey, clerk and treasurer; J. Pringle, junr....

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1851 Kingston Canada Directory

The City Of Kingston is situated at the head of the River St. Lawrence, on Lake Ontario, in the Township of Kingston, County of Frontenac, Canada West. The City is an electoral district, returning one member to the Provincial Parliament, and is also the County Town of the United Counties of Frontenac, Lennox and Addington distant from Montreal, 200 miles usual stage fare, 50s. usual steam boat fare, 25s. distant from Toronto, 177 miles usual stage fare, 40s. usual steamboat fare, 20s. Population, including the villages of Portsmouth, Barriefield, French Village and Williamsville, and the troops usually in garrison, about 13,000. In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work. City Council And Officers Mayor Francis M. Hill Sydenham Ward Aldermen, Archibald J. Macdonald, Kenneth Mackenzie Councillors, Samuel Smyth, Robert Waddingham Ontario Ward Aldermen, William Ford, jun., Robert Jackson Councillors, George M’Mahon, Ellery W. Palmer Frontenac Ward Aldermen, John Flanigan, Isaac Hope Councillors, Geo. Davidson, James Gardiner Rideau Ward Aldermen, Francis Manning Hill, John Jenkins Councillors, Thos. Brownley, David Callahan Victoria Ward Aldermen, Alexander Campbell, Thomas Kirkpatrick Councillors, Joseph Milner, Samuel Rowland Cataraqui Ward Aldermen, James O’Reilly, John Shaw Councillors, William Allan, Henry Bartliff St. Lawrence Ward Aldermen, Robert Allen, John Crawford Councillors, James. Chestnut, John Wiley Robert Channonhouse, high bailiff William Anglin, chamberlain; Francis Weyms, surveyor Francis M. Hill, solicitor...

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1851 Mariatown Canada Directory

A Village situated on the Williamsburg Canal, in the Township of Williamsburg, Canada West distant from Prescott, 21 miles from Cornwall, 29 miles. Population about 125. In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work. Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C. Beagle, Peter, tannery. Bowen, Henry, iron founder. Carriere, T., wagon maker.. Coyle, Rev. B., Roman Catholic. Hanes, Jacob, innkeeper. Hare, John, shoemaker. McMartin, Alexander, general store. Nash, Samuel, blacksmith. Nevens, C. S., general store, chair maker and potash factory. RAYMOND, WILLIAM, dealer in dry goods, groceries, hardware, crockery, pot ashes, &c. Rose, Daniel, tailor. STEARNS, H. G., dealer in dry goods, groceries, hardware, crockery, &c. Sweet, _____, grain store. Taylor, George, shoemaker. Tracy, William, land surveyor. Witted, Rev., Wesleyan...

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1851 Kingsey Canada Directory

A Small Village situated in the Township of Kingsey, County of Sherbrooke, Canada East In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work. Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C. Balfour, Rev. J. C., Church of England. Cloutier, Joseph, general store. Cox, Lieutenant Colonel, registrar for county of Drummond. Peoples, J., advocate. Wadleigh, John, jun., general store. Wadleigh, John, sen., general store. Wilson, Major,...

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1851 Manchester Late Frankford Canada Directory

A Village situated on the River Trent, in the Township of Sidney, County of Hastings, C. W distant from Trent Port, 8 miles usual stage fare, 2s. 6d. distant from Belleville, 15 miles usual stage lumber merchants, &c. In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work. Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C. Anderson, Robert P., blacksmith. Bennett, Charles W., cooper. Bliss, J. S., woollen factory and carding mill. Bowen, William, general store, postmaster. miller and commissioner of court of Queen’s Bench. Bowen, Daniel G., general store. Chase, Andrew, carrier to Trent Port. Clute, Richard R., general store. Clute, William, shoemaker. Damon, Rev. A., Wesleyan. Davis, H. S., cabinetmaker. Donoghue, P. C., carriage maker. Doyle, John, shoemaker. Francis, John. general store. Gamble, Thomas, shoemaker. Gartshore, R. S.. flour, saw and carding mills, 2 miles west of the village. Hamlin, Stephen, carriage maker and temperance inn. Howard, Thomas J., saddler. Johnson, H. H., general store. Ketcheson, Joseph, builder. Lord. John, iron founder. McCaw, William, tailor. McFarlane. William, shoemaker. McGowan, Mrs.. grocer. McDonagh, Patrick, carpenter. Marsh, William B., lumber merchant. Moyle, William, builder. Pettit, E.. blacksmith. Roblin, M. B., commissioner of court of common pleas. Sheriff, Robert N.. temperance inn and blacksmith. Smith, John, miller. Sullivan, Mrs., grocer. Turner, Cornelius, builder. Wilson. John, shoemaker. Winn, Samuel,...

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1851 Longueuil Canada Directory

A Village situated in the Seigniory of Longueuil. County of Chambly, C.E. distant from Montreal. miles-usual steamboat fare, 3d. the St. Lawrence and Portland Railroad commences here. Population of the Parish about 4500. In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work. Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C. Achin, Madame Andre. general store, St. Charles St. Arian, Joseph, butcher, St. Charles st. Bartin, Aime, shoemaker, St. Charles st. Bourdon, Joseph, butcher, St. Charles st. Bouthillier, Clement, wheelwright, Chambly st. Bouthillier, Moise, Chambly st. Brassard, Rev. Louis M., Roman Catholic, St. Charles t. Chagnon, J., tailor, Chambly t. Charron, Edouard, shoemaker, Chambly t. Chiniquy, Rev. Charles, Roman Catholic, St. Charles t. Collin, Alexis, tavern keeper. Chambly t. Collin, Joseph, grocer, St. Charles t. Collin, Laurent. butcher, St. Charles St. Daniel, Nestor, baker, Grant st. Davignon, Pierre, M. D. and M. P. P., Charlotte st. Davignon. Hubert, Butcher, St. Charles st. Deniger, Charles, wheelwright, Grant st. Durant, Francois, wheelwright, Chambly st. Gariepy, Joseph, wheelwright, Chambly st. Gariepy. Xavier, wheelwright, Broadway. Goyet, Joseph, notary public, St. Charles St. Hemond, Joseph, shoemaker, Chambly st. Hicks, Rev. E.. Roman Catholic, St. Charles st. Hurteau, Isidore, Notary Public, Chambly St. HURTERAU, PIERRE E., notary public, Chambly st. Lahaye, L., shoe maker, Chambly st. Laurin, Louis, blacksmith, Chambly st. LECOUR, JOSEPH, merchant, dealer in hardware, groceries, dry goods...

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1851 London Canada Directory

The County Tows of the County of Middlesex, is situated in the Township of London, and is surrounded by the finest farming country in Canada. The Town is well watered, lying between two arms of the River Thames; and the Great Western Railroad, now in progress of construction, will pass through it. London is an electoral District, returning one member to the Provincial Parliament. and being the principal Town west of Hamilton, appears destined to become one of the main depots for the commerce of the west distant from Toronto, 25 miles from Hamilton, 81 miles from Brantford, 57 miles from Woodstock, 31 miles from St. Thomas, 17 miles from Port Stanley, 26 miles from. Port Sarnia, 61 miles from Goderich, 60 miles from Chatham, 70 miles from Detroit, 120 miles and from Buffalo, 152 miles usual stage fare to Chatham, 17s. 6d. to Wardsville, 10s. to Goderich. 15s. to St. Thomas, 3s. 9d. to Port Stanley, 5s. to Woodstock, 6s. 3d. to Brantford, 11s. 3d. to Hamilton, 15s. to Port Sarnia, 15s. Population about 6000. In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work. Agencies Of Assurance Companies, Banes, &C. American Insurance Company of Amsterdam, New York, F. B. Beddome, agent. Bank of Montreal, John Fraser, agent, Ridout St. Bank of Upper Canada, James Hamilton, agent, Ridout st. Britannia Life...

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1851 L’islet Canada Directory

A Village situated in the County of L’Islet, 48 miles below Quebec, on the South Shore of the River St. Lawrence. In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work. Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C. Aubert, Benoni, flour mill. Autille, Charles, carding mill. Ballantyne, Duncan S.. postmaster and land sureveyor. Casgrain. Oliver E., seignior and mill owner. Cloutier. Captain Benoni. Delage, Rev. F. X., Roman Catholic. Delage. Miss, general store. Dominique, Samuel R., deputy registrar. Fafard, Joseph, general store and ashery. Fortin, Captain Charles, mayor. Fournier, Pierre C., clerk of commissioners court. Gagne. Ignace, tannery. Gamache, Isaac, boarding house and lime kilns. Grenier, Charles O., general store. Harrower, Captain Charles. J Verault, Germain, notary. Jiasson, Germain, general store. Jiasson, Jean F., general store and ashery, Martin, Vincent, M. D., commissioner of court. Pagnette, Maxime, general store. Pouliot, Bartheiemi, general store and ashery. Proteau, J. B., miller. Proteau, Joseph,...

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1851 Milleroches Canada Directory

A Village situated on the Cornwall Canal, in the Township of Cornwall, C. Cornwall. 6 miles from Prescott, 45 miles and from Montreal, 85 miles usual treal, 25s. Population about 220. In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work. Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C. Lesage, Francis, shoemaker. McConnell, Hugh, tailor. McCosh, Thomas. postmaster. Robinson. George, grist mill. Tait, Peter, storekeeper. Tait, David, saw...

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1851 Laprairie Canada Directory

A Village situated on the south shore of the river St. Lawrence, in the County of Huntingdon, Canada East distant from Montreal, 9 miles usual steamboat fare, 71/2d usual stage fare, 2s 6d. Population about 1684. In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work. Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C. Alexander, Dr. A. T., St. George st. Barbeau, Louis, notary public, old St. Johns road. Bizaillon, Bizard, wheelwright, old St. John st. Bogg, Mrs., milliner, old St. John st. Boucher. C., painter. Boucher. Mrs., dry goods store. Brainerd. A. H., superintendent of Champlain and St. Lawrence railroad. Brossard, Dr., old St. John st. Brosseau, Julien. tavern keeper, old St. John st. Burrill, William, shoemaker, Ange Gardien st. CHARLETON, JOHN, postmaster, dealer in hardware, groceries, crockery, &c., St. Ignace St. Couturier, Christophe, general dealer, Ste. Marie st. DEMERS, RAPHAEL, innkeeper, Ange Gardien St. Dufresne, R., blacksmith, St. Ignace st. DUPRE, J. B. ERIC, dealer in dry goods, hardware, groceries, &c., Ste. Marie st. Dupuis, Baptiste, notary public, old St. Johns road. Duranceau, P. C., advocate. Esinhart, Andrew, innkeeper, old St. John st. Gadoua, L., saddler, Ste. Marie st. GARIEPY, E., hardware, groceries and general provision store. Laurier, Justinien, tanner, Ste. Marie st. Goodsil, Ephraim, innkeeper, St. Ignace st. Hawley, W. F., registrar, St. George st. Hebert, Edward, baker, St. Ignace st....

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