1851 Millcreek Canada Directory

A Village situated on the post-road from Kingston to Toronto, in the Township of Ernesttown distant from Kingston, 12 miles usual stage fare to Kingston, 2s. 6d. Population about 250.

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

Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C.
AVERY, WRIGHT, hotel keeper travellers will find a good house and reasonable charges conveyances are furnished when required.
Bills, Gordon, Blacksmith.
Bonny. _____, Pump Maker.
Booth, John, Saw Mill.
Booth, Joshua, Cloth Factory And Fulling Mills.
Booth, Phillip D., Grist Mill.
Burke, Q. M., Shoemaker.
CLARK, BENJAMIN, general store and temperance inn.
Darley , Thomas, Cabinetmaker.
David. D., Cooper.
Dow, L.. Chairmaker.
Doyle, John, Tailor,
Foster, , Tailor.
Gordon, Alexander, Tannery.
Gordon, Billings, Blacksmith.
Gordon, William, Tannery.
Hains, William, Shoemaker.
HOUGH, AsA H.. general store and foundry manufactures stoves, ploughs, &c.
Leonard, N., Carriagemaker.
Maybee, _____, Carriagemaker.
Mcdonald. Alexander, General Store.
Mcdonough,_____, Blacksmith.
Routledge. William, Pail Factory.
SAVAGE, WM. H. G., general store, dry goods, groceries, provisions, china, hardware, &c.
Timmerman, Parker, General Store And Postmaster.
Trewel, A. S., Chairmaker.
Vanauken. Levi, & Co., Churn Factory.
Vedden. Nelson, Hotelkeeper.
WALKER, JOHNSON, hotelkeeper travellers will observe that this is the only brick house in the village, and they will find good accommodation at reasonable charges, and carriages are furnished when required.
Wycoff. Francis, General Store And Tavern.
Yeomans, Dr. David.


Millcreek Canada,

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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