1851 Lambton, Milton and Mimico Canada Directory

Three Villages situated within a little over a mile from each other, on Dundas St., in the Townships of York and Etobicoke, County of York, Canada West Distant from Toronto, 8 miles. Population of the Three Villages about 650. N.B. The post office for the Villages is known as Etobicoke, P. O.

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

Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C.
Bagneil, J. B., general store, Mimico.
Bryan, John, cooper, Milton.
Burkholder, John, wagon maker, Mimico.
Cooper, Rev. H., Church of England,
Mimico. Creach, M., carpenter, Mimico.
Dawson, Joseph, wagon maker, Mimico.
Dealtry, W., butcher, Mimico.
Duncan, J. W., carpenter, Mimico.
Dash, Peter, cooper, Lambton..
Ferrier, John, baker, Mimico,
Fisher, Thomas, miller, Milton.
Gamble, William, postmaster, general store, woollen factory, mill owner and lumber merchant, Milton.
Guppy, Samuel, innkeeper, Milton.
Haines, James, innkeeper, Milton.
Hembrough, M., butcher, Mimico.
Hawley, L., shoemaker, Milton.
Howland, W., miller, store keeper and distiller. Lambton.
Hickey, William, tailor, Milton.
Hickman, W., tailor, Mimico.
Kitchen, J.. mason, Mimico.
Learmont, W., carpenter, Milton.
Lougheed, carpenter, Milton.
Mahaffey, William, blacksmith, Mimico.
McConnell, John, temperance inn, Milton.
McLean, Alexander, mason, Mimico.
Milne, Thomas, shoemaker, Milton.
Montgomery, Thomas. innkeeper, Mimico.
Mussen. Edward, lumber merchant, Mimico.
Oliver, J. D., carpenter, Milton.
Paterson, David, shoemaker, Mimico.
Poole, Eli, wagon maker, Milton.
Porritt, R., shoemaker, Mimico.
Rogers, J. G., saddler, Milton.
Rowell, W., blacksmith, Milton.
Shanks. J. W., carpenter, Milton.
Smith, Thomas, innkeeper, Mimico.
Stuart, John, cooper, Milton.
Tindall, R., innkeeper, Lambton.
Wolfe, Mrs., innkeeper. Lambton.


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Collection:
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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