1851 Cayuga Canada Directory

The County Town of the County of Haldimand, is situated on the Grand River, in the Township of North Cayuga, Canada West, distant from Hamilton, 25 miles usual stage fare, 5s. steamboat fare to Brantford, 6s. 3d., and to Buffalo, 8s. 9d. Population about 400.

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

Public Officers
Campbell, E. C., judge of the county court.
Claus, W., judge of surrogate court.
Clench, J. B., clerk of county court.
Farrell, A. P., registrar for, the County.
Kingsmill, William, sheriff.
M’Kenzie, W. L., M.P.P.
Miller, W. D., deputy clerk of the crown and revenue inspector.
Secord, C. B., registrar of surrogate court.
Smith, Henry, crown lands agent.
Woodruff, Joseph, clerk of the peace.

Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &E.
AIKMAN, THOMAS H., barrister and attorney at law, Cayuga St.
ARMSTRONG, JOSEPH, contractor for excavating, &c.
Armstrong, W. H., general store.
BARKER, EDGAR, attorney at law, Cayuga St.
BIRCH, JAMES H., Haldimand Arms hotel, Ottawa and Norton sts.
BIRCH, JOSEPH, carpenter, builder, and joiner, Ouse St.
Brown, Seth, grocer.
CAMPBELL, DUNCAN, Campbell’s hotel, King and Cayuga sts.
Campbell. Duncan, innkeeper.
DUDLEY & CO., general merchants, King and Ouse sts.
Finlan, Michael, innkeeper.
GLOVER, CHARLES, tailor and clothier, Cayuga St.
Grant, Andrew, joiner.
Harrison, William, wagon maker.
Hurssell, Jonathan, brewer.
HURSSELL, JOSEPH, produce and forwarding merchant and storage, Ouse and Brant sts.
M’CLUNG, SAMUEL, boarding house, Talbot St.
Marshall, John, bricklayer.
Matthews, John, cabinetmaker.
MOBLO, NELSON, blacksmith, Ottawa and Kerr sts.
PHELPS, O. S., general merchant, Cayuga St.
Pine, William. builder.
ROBINSON, GEORGE, Cottage inn and shoe store, Talbot St.
Storer, John, bricklayer.
Stuart, Daniel, joiner.
Suter, Samuel. general store.
WALTERS, JOHN, general merchant, Talbot St.
WELSH, JOHN, hotelkeeper, Talbot and Munsee sts.
Woolnough, B. L., blacksmith.
WOOLNOUGH, JAMES, butcher, King St., Market square.


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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