Topic: Directory

1851 Churchville Canada Directory

A Village situated in the Township of Toronto, County of York, Canada West distant from Toronto, 26 miles usual stage fare, 3s. 9d. 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. Byam, Rev. J. W., Episcopal Methodist. Colton and Tracy, general store. Corler, Miss, school teacher. Draper, Rev. E., Episcopal Methodist. Duggan, W., postmaster. Dunbar, J., innkeeper. Hall, T. D., general store and Asbury. Ingram, M., grist and saw mills. Lyons, Dr., physician and surgeon. McCullough, Dr., physician and surgeon. McGeorge, Rev. Mr., Methodist. Morrison, Rev. M., Methodist. Perry, D., general store. Pointer, R., tannery. Simpson, J., grist mill. True, William, school teacher. Also 3 blacksmiths, 3 carpenters. 2 coopers, 1 harness maker, 3 shoemakers, 2 tailors, 2...

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1851 Christieville Canada Directory

A Village situated in the Seignior of Bleury, County of Rouville, Canada East distant from Montreal. 23 miles usual stage fare, 7s. 6d. Population about 1,200. In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work. Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C. Amel, F. F. Z., notary, Stevenson St. Armstrong, Rev. G. M., Church of England AUBERTIN, HENRY, notary public, mayor and county registrar, Stevenson St. Besette, Auguste, dry goods, Stevenson St. Besette, Israel, carpenter, Stevenson St. Bosquet, William. wheelwright, Ferree St. Bouthillier, D., blacksmith, Ferree St. Carnabi, Alexander, shoemaker, Ferree St. Cassore, Thomas, innkeeper, Napier St. Charland, Joseph, dry goods, Napier St. Chicot, Marcile, carpenter. Ferree St. Cimoneau, Vital, tanner, Napier St. Couyot, Toussaint, blacksmith, Christie St. Dacier, Joseph, dry goods. Stevenson St. DeBoucherville, Dr. C., Napier St. Desmarais, Nazare, shoemaker, Stevenson St. Dorocher, Louis, shoemaker, Ferree St. Duclos, Pierre, blacksmith, Stevenson St. DUFRESNE, ALEXANDER, dealer in dry goods, hardware, groceries, &c., Napier St. Fauls, Alexander, grocer, Napier St. Filiatrault, Etienne, grocer, Napier St. Fortin, Isaac, shoemaker. Stevenson St. Gautier, Louis, grocer, Napier St. Gautier, Rev. Theodore, Roman Catholic. Hudon, Isaie, innkeeper, Napier St. LABERGE, CHARLES, advocate, Napier St. Lebeau, Francois, shoemaker, Stevenson St. Leblanc, Jacques, carpenter, Christie St. Lepret, Dr. A., Napier St. Marcoux. Jeremie, blacksmith, Stevenson St. Masse, Michael, dry goods. Ferree St. McGinnis, _______, grist and saw mills...

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1851 Cherry Valley Canada Directory

A small Village situated in the Township of Athol, County of Prince Edward, Canada West distant from Picton, 5 miles. Population about 100. In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work. Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C. Insley, I. T.. postmaster, saddler, and saw mill. Johnson, Cyril, blacksmith. Patton, John, tailor. Siogget, Richard, carriage maker. A general store is required in this village. Spafford, Harvey, blacksmith. Spafford, Sheldon, temperance inn and grocer. Spafford, Solomon S., temperance inn and...

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1851 Cornwall Canada Directory

The County Town of the United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, is situated at the foot of the Cornwall Canal, in the Township of Cornwall, Canada West distant from Montreal, 82 miles, from Kingston, 120 miles usual steamboat fare to Montreal, 12s. 6d., to Kingston, 17s. 6d. usual stage fare to Montreal, 20s., to Kingston, 25s. Population about 1500. In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work. Agencies Of Assurance Companies, Banks, &C. Bank of Montreal, Wm. Mattice, agent. Bank of Upper Canada, Jacob F. Pringle, agent. Canada Life Assurance Company, W. M. Park, agent. Colonial Life Assurance Company, Jacob F. Pringle, agent. National Loan Fund Life Assurance Co., A. S. McDonald, agent. Public Officers Cameron, Hon. J. H., M. P. P. for Cornwall. Crysler, J. P., M. P. P. for Dundas. Daly, Daniel, high constable. Hart, Samuel, crown lands agent. Jarvis, George S., judge of the united county court. Mattice, Wm., mayor of Cornwall, and warden of the united counties. Bethune, Angus, deputy sheriff of united counties. McDonald, Angus S., clerk of county court. McDonald, J. S., M. P. P. for Glengarry. McDonald, Roderick, county treasurer. McDonell, Angus, landing waiter. McDonell, Duncan, canal superintendent. McDonell, George, judge of the surrogate court. McDonell, Peter J., clerk of county council of united counties. Poole, Charles, town clerk. McIntyre, Daniel E.,...

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1851 Cheltenham Canada Directory

A Village situated on the River Credit, in the Township of Chinguacousy, County of York, Canada West distant from Toronto, 38 miles usual stage fare, 5s. Population about 225. In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work. Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C. ALLEN, WILLIAM, general merchant and postmaster. Campbell, Colin, innkeeper. Campbell, Mrs., milliner. Campbell, Rev. James, Baptist. Carmichael, Dugald, blacksmith. Carrick, James, tailor. Clarke, Neil, tailor. Cousins, Dr. John R. Crawford, Andrew, carpenter. Currie, Donald, shoemaker. Edwards, Robert, blacksmith. Haines, Charles, Sr., grist mill. Haines, Ebenezer, saw mill and carpenter Haines, Mrs, Charles, milliner Henry, William, innkeeper Lawrence, Joseph H., general store and insurance agent McIntyre, Alexander, shoemaker Paterson, John, waggon maker Peid, Rev. Hugh, Babtist Spence, David, general...

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1851 Charleston, (2nd.) Canada Directory

A Village situated in the Township of Lansdowne, County of Leeds, Canada West distant 18 miles from Brockville. 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. Booth, Alfred C, tannery. Elliott, Harvey, carpenter. Foley, William. saddler and harness maker. Hamilton. David. innkeeper and blacksmith. Hews, David. general store. Johnston, William, tannery. Kennedy, William, grist, saw. carding and fulling mills. Lawson. John, joiner. Moany, B., shoemaker. Raffan, James, tavern keeper and shoemaker. Tremayne, Rev. Francis, Church of...

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1851 Cookshire Canada Directory

A Village situated in the Township of Eaton, County of Sherbrooke, Canada East distant from Lennoxville, 13 miles. In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work. Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C. Alden, John. tailor. Allen. Stephen. shoemaker. Andrews. Alfred H.. M.D. Childs, George. general store. Dalzell, Rev. John, Church of England. Deroche, Louis, wheelwright French, H., innkeeper. M’IVER, ALEXANDER, dealer in dry goods, groceries, crockery, hardware,. &c. TAYLOR, REV. JONATHAN. Urquhart, George, blacksmith. Wilford, Richard,...

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1851 Consecon Canada Directory

A Village situated on Wooler’s Bay, in the Townships of ofAmeliasburg and Hillier, County of Prince Edward, Canada West distant from Belleville, 22 miles, from Brighton, 15 miles stage fare, 3s. 9d. distant from Picton, 22 miles stage fare, 2s. 6d. 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. BRADEN, DR. HAWTRY, Thomsonian physician. BRADY, EDWARD, dealer in dry goods, groceries, hardware, crockery and country produce. CADMAN, JOSHUA M., flour mills and clerk of division court. CLUTE, R. J., Mansion house hotel and stage house travellers or permanent boarders, will find a comfortable house and moderate charges. JAQUES, JAMES, boot and store good stock of every article in his line constantly on hand or made to order of the best quality, on moderate terms. KIRKLAND, WILLIAM, postmaster and dealer in dry goods, groceries, hardware, crockery and country produce. WHITTIER, CLARK, dealer in dry goods, groceries, hardware, crockery and country produce. WHITTIER, JAMES, jun., bookseller and stationer. Non Subscribers Bigelow, William, tin and coppersmith. Bowaman, John, carriage maker. Byers, John, carpenter and builder. Darling. Robert, notary public, and agent for Grannis, Hiram, carding and fulling mills. Harris, Peter. blacksmith. Hayes, George. carpenter and builder. Hicks. John. saddler, &c. Johnson & Arthur, saw mill. Johnson. William. blacksmith. Lampson. William, carriage maker. Lightburn. S....

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1851 Compton Canada Directory

A Village situated in the Township of Compton, County of Sherbrooke, Canada East distant frorr Sherbrooke, 11 miles. In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work. Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C. Daily, H., wheelwright. Dearborn, L.. innkeeper. Glines, Dr., Physician. Kendrick, A. W., postmaster and general store, McCulloch, J., tailor. Norton, M.,...

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1851 Columbus Canada Directory

A Village situated in the Township of Whitby, County of York, C. W. distant from Toronto, 40 milesusual stage fare, 7s. 6d. distant from Oshawa, 6 miles usual stage fare, is. 3d. Population. about 270. In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work. Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &E. Adams Joseph, blacksmith. Ashton, Robert, joiner. Beal, John, mason. Beal, William, shoemaker. BLACK JOHN, postmaster. Black, J., miller. Blair, Thomas, miller. Clark, James, innkeeper. Cribb, Stephen, tailor. Daymen, P., school teacher. Dean, John, mason. Dow, Thomas, general store. Gibbs, W. H., general store. Granger, John, blacksmith. Hankings, James, shoemaker. Heal, James, tailor. Hepburn, Geo., tanner and shoemaker. Kerr, Adam, shoemaker. Letcher, Joseph, joiner. Manuel, Mrs., dressmaker. Marks, Paul, shoemaker. Mason, Thomas, saddler. McDonald, Patrick, wagon maker. McLaren, Duncan, joiner. Mills, James, saddler. Nickerson, Nathan, waggonmaker Passmore, Thomas, shoemaker. Penhall, William. innkeeper. Roberts, S., school teacher. Salter, James. shoemaker. Skirving, Robert, general store. Smith, A., miller. Stanley, Hiram, cooper. Wherry, John, tailor. Wilson, William,...

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1851 D’Eschambault Canada Directory

A Village situated in the Seigniory of the same name, on the north shore of the River St. Lawrence, in the County of Portneuf, Canada East distant from Quebec, 39 miles. In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work. Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &E. Bellisle, Captain Francois. Bellisle, Major Louis. Bellisle, Major Xavier. Benoit, Capt. Paul. Chevigny de la Chevrotiere, captain, N. P., agent for seigniory. Defoy, Captain Joseph, general store. Faucher, Maxime, miller. Fleury, Alexander, notary public. Galarneau, Francois, general store. Gariepy, Victor, mill owner. Gauthier, Jean Baptiste, boardinghouse. Gauthier, Joseph, boardinghouse. Gauthier, Nicholas, N. P., clerk of circuit court. Gautier, Zephirin, J. P. Hamelin, Francois, general store, postmaster and stage house. Lagorgendiere, Louis Charles, notary. Magraud, Francois, M. D. Marcotte, Captain Thimothe, boardinghouse. Pagnett, Narcisse, miller. Page, L., mill owner. Poire, Rev. Charles Edouard, Roman Catholic. Raymond, Captain Louis. Taschereau, Lieut. Col....

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1851 Delaware Canada Directory

A Village situated in the Township of Delaware, County of Middlesex, Canada West distant from Toronto, 149 miles from London, 12 miles usual stage fare, 3s. 9d. from Chatham, 54 miles usual stage fare, 15s. Population about 375. In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work. Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C. Billington, Dr., physician and surgeon. Buller), W. F, clerk of division court. Cassiday, Henry, general store. Chubb, Joseph, blacksmith. DRAKE, JOHN, postmaster and general merchant, dealer in dry goods, groceries, hardware, &c. Flood, Rev. R., Church of England. FOWLE, S. M., general merchant, dealer in dry goods, groceries, hardware, drugs, &c. Francis, Dr., physician and surgeon. Grant, William, boot maker. Gregory, Aaron, grocer, &c. Harris, Charles, saddler. LAWSON & LADD, general merchants, dealers in dry goods, groceries, hardware, patent medicines, &c. Malloch, John, cabinetmaker. MONTGOMERY, A., Queen’s arms hotel this will be found a comfortable house, and the charges very reasonable. Patton, Lewis, general store. Payne, E., boot maker. Randall, J., boot maker. WARREN, W. A., innkeeper this will be found a good house and the charges moderate. Young, John, wagon...

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1851 D’Aubigny Canada Directory

A Village in the Parish of Point Levi, opposite Quebec, to which a small steamer crosses several limes daily fare. 6d. In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work. Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C. BEAULIEU, JEAN B., boardinghouse and ferry boat owner. Brakey, H. D.. general store. Buchanan. Robert, general store. Carriere, Louis, general store. Chabot, Julien, boardinghouse. Couture, George, general store. Dallaire, Etienne, general store. Lacour, dit Barras, boardinghouse and wharfinger. Vien, Balthazar,...

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1851 Dewittville Canada Directory

A Village situated in the County of Beauharnois, Canada East distant from Montreal, 50 miles stagfare, in winter, 10s in summer, 11s. 3d. Population about 150. In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work. Alphabetical List Of . Professions, Trades, &E. Brethour, Rev. William, Church of England. Davidson, James, postmaster, general store and saw mill. Dewitt, C., saw, falling and carding mill. Harrison, M. W., commissioner for court. Hopper, Daniel, general store. McAughan, Archibald, blacksmith. McIver, James, general...

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1851 Bolton Canada Directory

A Village situated in the Township of Albion, County of York, Canada West distant from Toronto, 28 miles usual stage fare, 3s. 9d. 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. Adams, Dr. W. Ansted, William, brick maker. Banks, Stephen, carriage maker. Barons, William, carpenter. Bell, John, boot maker. Bolton, Charles, general store. Bolton, James, miller. Bolton, Samuel, carpenter. Bolton, William, saw mill. Botham, Moses, tailor. Brownlee, John, cooper. Burnett, George, mason. Burrowes, Nicholas, pump maker. Carless, William, innkeeper. Clark, John, boat maker. Evans, George, innkeeper. Harper, John, saddler. Hughes, W. C., cabinetmaker. Johnson, James, innkeeper. Jones, Griffith, boot maker. Laurence, George, general store. Lundy, Tindal, blacksmith. McDonald, Francis, cooper. Mills, Thomas, tailor. Postill, William, wagon maker. Prosser, T. C., land surveyor. Reeves, John, baker. Rutherford, Adam, boot maker. Shields, William, general store. Smith, Thomas, carpenter. Tindall, John, butcher Toy, Frederick, baker Walford, Samuel & Son, soap and candle factory. Walford, Samuel, postmaster. Warbrick, Dr. John C., coroner. Warbrick, Joseph, tanner. Wood, James, blacksmith. Woolfe, James,...

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