1851 Georgetown Canada Directory

A Village situated in the Township of Esquesing, and County of Halton, Canada West distant from Toronto, 34 miles usual stage fare, 5s. from Hamilton, 35 miles usual stage fare, 3s. 9d. Population about 650.

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

Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &E.
BALSAM HOTEL and stage house, Robert Watson.
BARBER & BROTHERS, woollen manufacturers, iron founders, machinists and saw mill proprietors.
BARCLAY, FRANCIS, general merchant.
DAYFOOT, P. W., tanner and wholesale boot and shoe manufacturer.
GEORGETOWN HOTEL, Randall Campbell-travellers will find this house equal to any in the province.
KENNEDY, GEORGE, miller and iron founder.
LEAVENS, ELIJAH, saddler and harness maker-keeps a good assortment of every article in the saddlery business.
SUMPTER, JOHN, general merchant and postmaster.
YOUNG, JAMES, (town reeve,) general merchant, and agent for the Gore Mutual, and Provincial Mutual, Insurance Companies.

Non Subscribers
Anderson, W., boots and shoes.
Beswick, George, boots and shoes.
Carrol, M., Smith.
Elliot, W., carpenter.
Grasse, Henry, mason.
Hardaker, J., boots and shoes.
Herod, George, M. D.
Kennedy, Rev. M., Episcopal Methodist.
Kennedy, H., saw mill. Mallory, H., smith.
Marshall, J., tailor
McCullough, H., saw mill.
McLauchlin, M., tailor.
McLlellan, Mrs., milliner.
McKenzie, Mrs., milliner.
McLellan, J., carpenter.
McNamara, J., mason.
Quinlan, J., carpenter.
Travis, Elijah, cabinetmaker.
Vanallan, Joseph, tailor.
Watson, James, mason.
Webster, H. B., tanner


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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