1851 Bath Canada Directory

The Village of Bath is situated on the shore of Lake Ontario, in the Township of Ernestown, County of Addington, Canada West. Distant from Kingston, 18 miles usual steamboat fare, 1s. 9d. usual stage fare, 3s. 9d. Population about 550.

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

Public Officers
Detlor, Jacob, inspector of licenses.
Donnelly, James, clerk of division court.
Fairfield, W. J., postmaster and collector of customs.
Priest, E. D., township councillor.
Seymour, Benjamin, M. P. P.

Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C.
Aishton, Dr. Thomas.
Beaupre, P. R., shipbuilder.
Belfor & Armstrong, carriagemakers.
Blair, William, tailor.
Burley, William, hatter.
Cardwell, William, blacksmith.
Carr, Rev. George, Wesleyan.
Dame, Allan, shipowner.
Davy, B. F., & Co., general store.
Davy, James, carpenter.
Davy, W. H., wharfinger and shipowner.
Donnolly, James, general store.
Forward, D. T., cabinetmaker.
Foster, James, tanner.
Greaves, Reuben, saddler.
Harper, Rev. H. F., Church of England.
Harris, Abraham, carpenter.
Harris, James, tailor.
Hart, S. B., saddler.
Hawley, James. E., innkeeper.
Hough; Alva, broommaker.
Johnston, James, saddler.
Johnston, T. C., saddler.
Johnston, William, potashmaker.
Kennedy, Roderick, M. D.
Lasher, John, general store.
Middleton, William, painter.
Monder, Thomas, mason.
Nugent, John, general store.
Phillips, Rev. H. N., Church of England.
Price, Elias, cabinetmaker.
Priest, E. D., carriagemaker.
Priest, F., bootmaker.
Reeves,% 9, shoemaker.
Rogers & Wright, general store.
Rogers, Samuel, carriagemaker.
Rogers, Samuel, general store.
Rowse, John, saloon.
Scrivens, J., baker.
Sharp, Matthew, tailor.
Shibley, D., innkeeper.
Thomas, William, agent for fire assurance.
Thompson, James, mason.
Tripp, Charles, ironfounder.
Williams, John, blacksmith.

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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  1. An ancestor of mine George Thompson was known to have immigrated there between 1800-1900’s is there anyway you could find out more for me ? I know from immigration records he was a carpenter.

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