A Village situated in the Township of Cavan. County of Durham, Canada West distant from Port Hope, 18 miles usual stage fare, 4s. to 5s. distant from Cavanville, 4 miles. Population about 275.
In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work.
Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C.
Armstrong, Alexander, storekeeper.
Armstrong, Archibald, storekeeper.
Armstrong, James, wheelwright.
Berry, William, blacksmith.
Boyce, A. C., clothier.
Brodie, Dr. Robert W., physician and surgeon.
Brodie, James M., clerk of division court.
Brown, Dr. James, physician and surgeon.
Campbell. William. storekeeper.
Clisdell, Robert, shoemaker.
Dean, Andrew, shoemaker.
Deyell. James, miller.
Doak. John, blacksmith.
Douglas, Rev. James, Free Church.
Fitzgerald, James, storekeeper.
Gegan, Patrick H.. teacher.
Greene. Mrs. M. C., teacher, female academy.
Greer. Thomas, shoemaker.
Henry, James, shoemaker.
Hetherington, George, councillor.
Hetherington, Mark, waggonmaker.
Hetherington. Thomas, chairmaker and painter.
Humphrys, Thomas, cooper.
Humphrys, Thomas, waggonmaker.
Johnston, James, tailor.
Johnston, Thomas, innkeeper.
Johnston, William, storekeeper.
Kellett, Robert, saddler.
Kells, John, waggonmaker.
Kells, Thomas, tanner and currier.
Kells, William, H., innkeeper.
KNOWLSON MATHEW, postmaster, agent for the National Loan Fund Life, and Equitable and St, Lawrence Fire Assurance Companies.
Knowlson, J., general store, druggist and grocer.
Orr. William. carpenter.
Sowden, Thomas M., storekeeper and distiller.
Spry, James, blacksmith.
Turner, Rev. Charles; Wesley
Wallace, Robert, builder, house carpenter and joiner
Wing, James, & Co., retail general merchant; and grocers.