1851 Huntingdon Canada Directory

A Village situated in the Township of Godmanchester, County of Beauharnois, Canada East distant from Montreal, 60 miles, stage fare in winter, 12s. 6d steamboat and stage fare in summer, 10s. 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, &C.
Adams, Thomas, tailor.
Botham, James, collector of customs.
Brock, Rev. James, Wesleyan.
Chalmers, William, general store.
Cockburn, Thomas, watchmaker.
Crawford, Thomas, blacksmith.
Danskin, E., commissioner of court.
Fitch, David, innkeeper.
Fortune, James, chemist and druggist.
Fortune, John, tanner and shoemaker.
Gilmour, John, shoemaker.
Graham, William, dealer in groceries, dry goods, hardware, &c.
Hall, David, wheelwright.
Henderson, Archibald, flour mill.
Hunter, David, general store.
Hunter, William, general store.
Jackson, Isaac, & Co., general store.
Knox, J., blacksmith.
Lamb, William’ commissioner of court.
Lighthall, H. S. & G. H., carding and mills.
Marshall, William, dealer in groceries, dry goods, hardware, &c.
Morrison, John, general store.
Muir, Rev. P. D., United Presbyterian.
O’Keefe, D., advocate.
Patterson, Archibald, blacksmith
Robb, James, saddler.
Robinson, John, postmaster and dealer in groceries, dry goods, hardware, &c.
Ruston, William, general store.
Schuyler & Lewis, lumber merchants, saw mill and general store.
Shanks, Daniel, tailor.
Sheriff, Dr. F. B.
Smith, Andrew, saddler.
Sommerville, R., commissioner of court.
Thompson, H. E., innkeeper.
Wallace, Rev. Alexander, Church of Scotland


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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