1851 Lanark Canada Directory

A Village situated in the Township of Lanark, and County of Lanark, Canada West-distant from Perth, 11 miles-usual stage fare, 5s. Population about 300.

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

Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C.
Buffam, Samuel, innkeeper.
Caldwell, Alexander, lumber merchant.
Caldwell, B. & J., general merchants. No. 1. George st.
Craig, Adam, cooper.
Craig, John, carriage maker.
Craig, , beef and pork inspector.
Dohie, Thomas, blacksmith.
Dohie, William, boot and shoemaker.
Drysdale, James, cabinetmaker.
Drysdale, Robert, cabinetmaker.
Fraser, Rev. Thomas, Church of Scotland.
French, Francis, tailor.
Gallinger, J., blacksmith and horseshoer.
Gallinger, Jacob, axemaker.
GEMMILL, J. K., printer and publisher of the Lanark Observer.
Gemmill, James, joiner and cabinetmaker.
Hall, A. G., clerk and accountant.
Hall, J. & F., general merchants. No. 5, George st.
HALL, JOHN, postmaster.
James, Robert, tailor.
Kelly, J. C., & Co., fanning mill makers.
Lamont, Joseph. hotel keeper.
Livingston, John. tailor.
Mair, James, & Son, general merchants. No. George st.
Mair, John, boot and shoemaker.
Maxwell, Daniel, carpenter.
McInnes. Alexander. wagon maker.
McLaren, Peter, grammar school teacher.
Monahan, William. beef and pork inspector.
Monroe, Alexander, M. D., chemist and druggist. No. 6, George st.
Robertson, William, joiner.
Smith, John. tanner and dealer in harness.
Wilson, Thomas, boot and shoemaker.
Wilson, Thomas, spirit dealer.
Wright, John. house painter.


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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