1851 Aylmer Canada Directory

The County Town of the County of Ottawa, in the Township of Hull, is situated on the Chaudiere Lake, eight miles above Bytown. The Town was originally laid out by Charles Symmes, Esq., in 1830, and is now a thriving place, containing several large Lumbering Establishments. Population about 1000 for stage and steamboat fares, see “Bytown.”

In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work.

Alphabetical List Of. Professions, Trades, &E.
Alyn, Peter, jun., advocate.
Aylmer Bakery, R. Conroy.
Aylmer Union Steam Mill Company
Berry, John, tinsmith.
Bolton, George, innkeeper.
BRITiSH HOTEL, Robert Conroy, travellers will find every convenience at this house, and conveyances are furnished when required.
Bytown & Aylmer Turnpike Road Company.
CARTER, BROCK, physician and surgeon.
CARTER, GEO. S., advocate.
Charles C., lumber merchant.
Chepmell, Henry, grocer.
CHURCH, PETER H., M. D., physician and surgeon.
Clock, Robert, Innkeeper.
Connor, John, tailor.
Conroy, James, innkeeper.
CONROY, ROBERT, lumber merchant, general store, and British hotel.
Coughlan, M., lumber merchant and general store.
Cousineau, Mark, tinsmith.
Cullen, Michael, tailor.
Driscoll, Alfred, provincial land surveyor. Equitable Fire Assurance Company of London,
EGAN, JOHN, & CO., lumber merchants, and general store agents for the National Loan Fund Life Assurance Company of London.
EGAN, JOHN, M. P. P., for the county of Ottawa.
FENWICK, THOMAS G., advocate, &c., attends the circuit court of the county of Two Mountains.
Foran, John, lumber merchant and general store.
Freeman, James, baker,
Haldane, Mark, general store.
Hughes, Rev. Mr., Roman Catholic.
Johnson, Rev. J. G., Church of England.
Kennedy, Donald, architect and builder.
Kenney, William, carriagemaker.
Lafontaine, A., advocate and clerk of the court.
Larne, Andrew, notary public.
Masson, Joseph, provincial land surveyor.
Murphy, Henry, tinsmith.
Newman, John, provincial land surveyor.
O’Keefe, John, saddler and harnessmaker.
Ottawa A Argus, weeklypaper,
Parker, Asa, gardener and seedsman.
R. A. Young, agent.
R. A. Young, secretary.
R.A.Young, secretary and treasurer.
RONEY, J. J., provincial Iand surveyor and general store
Ronge, Andrew, saddler and harnessmaker.
Smith, Dryden, innkeeper.
Snow, John, provincial land surveyor. Symmes,
T. Watson, publisher.
Taylor, James F., county registrar.
Thompson, James, general store.
Topley, J., saddler and harnessmaker.
Trombeault, J. B., innkeeper.
WADSWORTH, JAMES, lumber merchant and general store.
Watson, Thomas, printer.
White, Richard, tailor:
Woods, J. R., postmaster, and general store.
Young, R. A., notary public.


Collection:
The Canada Directory containing the names of the professional and business men of every description in the cities towns and principal villages of Canada November 1851.

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