1851 Kemptville Canada Directory

A Village situated on a branch of the Rideau Canal, 21 miles from the Main Trunk of the Canal, in the Township of Oxford, Canada West distant from Prescott, 23 miles usual stage fare, 7s. 6d. distant from Smith’s Falls, 27 miles Usual stage fare, 6s. 3d. Population about 1000.

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

Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C.
ANDERSON, WM. R., tailor and clothier makes to order every description of clothing of first rate style, and on reasonable terms.
AVERELL & HOOKER, dealers in dry goods, groceries, hardware, china and medicines, &c.
BALDWIN, THOMAS, cabinetmaker keeps always on hand, or makes to order, all kinds of furniture of the best quality, and at low prices.
BARNES, SURRAJER, tanner, currier, harness and shoe store.
BOTTUM, WM. H., postmaster and J. P.
BOWER, JOSEPH, distiller and dealer in dry goods, groceries, hardware, china, drugs, &c..
BROWN, DANIEL D., M. D., physician and surgeon.
CHRISTIE, SAMUEL, dealer in dry goods, hardware, groceries, crockery, patent medicines, drugs, &c.,
CLOTHIER, AMBROSE, saw mills, distillery and general store.
CONDELL, JOHN, cabinetmaker all kinds of furniture constantly on hand or made to order of the best materials, and at reasonable prices.
FITCHELL, JOHN, dealer in dry goods, hardware, groceries, crockery, drugs, &c.
HOLMES, ALFRED, cloth dressing and fulling mills, South Kemptville.
KELLY, CHAS. M., dealer in dry goods, groceries, hardware, china, glass, drugs, &c., &c.
LEEMING, JOSEPH, dealer in dry goods, groceries, hardware, china, glass, drugs, &c., &c.
LESLIE, ROBERT, clerk of Division Court and deputy postmaster.
MCGREGOR, WM., hotel keeper-the public will find good accommodations and reasonable charges at this house.
MILLS, JOHN, boot, shoe and leather dealer-every article in the line constantly on hand or made to order, at low prices.
PERKINS, JOHN, grist, saw and carding mills, South Kemptville.
ROSS, GEORGE, practical distiller.
SANDERS, JAMES, tin and copper smith and dealer in stoves
article in his line is furnished at very moderate prices.
SERVISS, GORDON, dealer in dry goods, hardware, grocerieS, crockery,
STENNETT, MILES B., surgical and mechanical dentist.
TANNEY, STEPHEN, iron founder manufactures stoves,all sorts of castings, at reasonable prices.

Non Subscribers
Adams, Thomas, hotel keeper. Barnes, Olvesson, saw mills.
Barnes, William J., carriage maker.
Barnes, Sylvester, blacksmith.
Baynon, Rev. George, Wesleyan.
Beckett, Alexander, grocer and mason.
Beckett, Thomas, brewery.
Boyd, David, Leather and shoe dealer.
Brandon, John S., saddler and harness maker.
Bull, Henry, painter.
Clothier, Lyman, innkeeper.
Connor, Martin, cooper.
Cooper, Rev. James, Baptist.
Dougall, Wm., tanner, shoe and harness maker.
Dyer, William J., general store.
English, William, carriage maker.
Fannin, William, tailor.
Farley, Rev. Daniel, Roman Catholic.
Foster, James, blacksmith.
Harding, John, grist mill.
Healy, Jesse M., carriage maker,
Hemmingway, D., carpenter.
Howey, William, botanic physician,
Huntingdon, Silas, M. D.
Hurd, Eli, blacksmith.
Inglis, Alexander, carpenter.
Jackson, James, joiner.
Johnston, Arthur, shoemaker,
Keenan, Neil, tanner and shoemaker.
Kernahan, Robert, genera] store.
Lattimore, John, cooper.
McAlpin, Rev. H., Church of England.
McDowall, Rev. William, Free Church.
McGregor, Mrs., harness and saddlery store.
Magee, John, tailor.
Maley, Thomas, general store.
Mix, Edward, carpenter,
O’Connor, John, tailor.
Robinson, William, carriage maker.
Sanderson, George, carpenter.
Shaver, W. H., tanner and shoemaker.
Sperham, Terence, M. D.
Spotswood, Robert, blacksmith.
Stitt, John, blacksmith.
Sullivan, William, tinsmith.
Tripp, James, cooper.
Waugh, Richey & Co., grist and saw mills, and general store, Oxford mills, 4 miles from Kemptville.
Wilson, George, blacksmith,

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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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