1851 Newburgh Canada Directory

A Village situated on the Napanee River, in the Township of Camden and County of Addington, C. W.-distant from Kingston, 23 miles-usual stage fare, 3s. 9d.-going and returning the same day, 5s.-distant from Napanee, 61 miles. Population about 700.

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

CATON, ALLAN, chemist and druggit patent medicines, paints and dye stuffs in every variety, also school and miscellaneous books, &c. Newcastle
HOOPER, A. & D., general store, saw and grist mills dry goods, groceries, hardware, crockery, &c.
MACEGAN, FLORENCE, dealer in dry goods, groceries, hardware, crockery, drugs, &c.
Non Members
Armstrong, Thomas, axe factory.
Aylsworth, Dr. J. B.
Black, John, tannery.
Brown, William, carpenter and builder,
Burdett, D. and A., tannery.
Clair, Dr. Joseph.
Clarke, R. T., brickyard.
Creighton, John, blacksmith.
Davy, James, shoemaker,
Deroche, Pascal, tailor,
Detlor, William, shoemaker.
Ekens, George, cabinetmaker and turner.
Finkle, Henry, carriagemaker.
Fullarton, Joseph, cabinetmaker.
Hookaway, William, carriagemaker.
Hooper, A. T. G., postmaster.
Hope, R. F., Camden house.
Howell, William, carpenter and builder.
Irons, William, shoemaker.
Jones, Edward, carpenter and builder.
Madden, George, grist and saw mills.
Madden, Sylvester, carding and fulling mills.
McConnell, Ezekiel, tailor.
Miller, C. H., saw mill.
Papin, Daniel, tailor.
Percy, John, blacksmith.
Pomeroy, John, saw mill.
Pringle, David Y., saw mill.
Reynolds, Rev, Joseph, Wesleyan.
Roblin, O. S., saddler.
Rook, John, tinsmith.
Scott, Rev. Thomas, Free Church.
Spencer, Homer, saddler.
Stephenson & Ham, general store.
Stickney, D. B., iron foundry.

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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