1851 Farnham West Canada Directory

A Village situated in the Township of Farnham, County of Shefford, District of Montreal distant from St. Johns, 15 miles, and from Montreal, 38 miles.

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

Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C.
Allan, James S., general dealer.
Berrien, Joseph, general dealer.
Berwick, Robert, shoemaker.
Besset, Isaac, carpenter and joiner.
BOWKER, E. & J., dry goods, groceries, hardware and general traders, lumber merchants and saw mill owners.
Chander. John, saw mill owner.
Chatel, Edward, blacksmith.
Clement, E., notary public.
Cook, Nelson, millwright.
Cook, Whipple, temperance tavern.
Dallaire, Rev. J., Roman Catholic.
Dupuis, Francis, shoemaker.
Fertin, James. carpenter and joiner.
Fountain, Francis, saw and grist mill owner.
Goodman, Philip, carpenter and joiner.
Goodman. Noah, carpenter and joiner.
Hardle, James, millwright.
Higgins, F., temperance house.
Hosken, William, shoemaker.
Jones, Rev. W., Church of England.
King, Thomas, shoemaker.
Kirke, David, carriage maker.
LaBonte, John, blacksmith.
MCCORKILL, ROBERT, J. P., hotel and post office, saw mill owner and general dealer.
Mercien, Joseph, general dealer,
Miller, Hugh, machinist.
Robertson. William, shoemaker.
Rood, Henry, blacksmith.
Saultry, John, bailiff.
Saunders, Nelson, shoemaker.
Short, Jacob, saw and grist mill owner.
Spoor, Orange, saw mill owner.
Steer & Rice, saw and grist mill owners.
Tramble & Merizzi, saw and grist mill owners.
Valiquet, Dr., physician.
White, Albert P., woollen factory.
Wilson, John, grist mill owner.
Young, Edward, 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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