1851 L’assomption Canada Directory

A Village situated on the River L’Assomption, in the Seigniory of L’Assomption, District of Montreal. Canada East distant from Montreal, 24 miles. Population 450.

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

Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C.
ARCHAMBAULT, CAPTAIN P. H., general store, mayor.
Archambault, Eugene. notary public.
Archambault, Lieut. Col. Amable, general store.
Bedard, Thomas, notary public.
Camille, notary public, and agent for National Loan Fund Life Assurance Co.
Cazeneuve, Louis J. C., M. D.
Cazeneuve. Z., grocery store.
Chagnon, Lieut. Col. G., notary public.
Chamberland, Jean Baptiste, miller.
CHAPUT, AGAPITE, general store.
CHAPUT, CYRIAC, general store.
College of L’Assomption, 250 pupils-fees, £4 per annum.
Convent des Soeurs de Notre Dame, 100 pupils-board, £l2 per annum.
DELORLMIER, MAJOR L. G., clerk of the circuit court.
Desmarais, Joseph, M. D. Archambault,
Dorval, A. Damase, advocate.
DUBOIS, ALEXANDER, dry goods merchant.
Dupuis, Rev. Alfred, Roman Catholic.
Dupuis, Rev. Jean Baptiste, Roman Catholic, director of the College of L’Assomption.
Fauteux, Pierre G., general store.
Forest, Francis, general store.
Forest, Jean Baptiste, general store.
Guilbault, Joseph, postmaster.
Lavoie, Louis, general store.
Leblanc, Seraphin, miller.
Lepine dit Marcelet, Edward, general store.
Malouin, Capt. Benjamin.
Nolin, J. L., J. P., grocery store, and commissioner of small causes.
Peltier, Joseph, general store.
Terrien, J. A., notary public.
Viger, Hon. Lieut Col. Louis Michel, mill owner.
Wright, James, boarding house.


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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