1851 Owen Sound or Sydenham Canada Directory

A Thriving Village situated in the Township of Sydenham, County of Waterloo, C. W. on a fine Bay (Georgian.) of Lake Huron distant from Toronto by land, 110 miles distant from Toronto, via Sturgeon Bay, Orillia and Holland Landing, 207 miles usual stage and steamboat fare, 23s. 9d. distant from Fergus, 72 miles usual stage fare, 15s., from Hamilton, 115 miles. Population about 800.

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

Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C.
BROWN, GEORGE, postmaster.
GORDON, THOMAS, land and general agent, and coroner.
VANDUSEN, OWEN, barrister at law and publisher of ” the Owen Sound Comet,” weekly paper.
Non Members
Andrew, Alexander, junr., machinist.
Armstrong, William, attorney at law.
Andrews, David, wheelwright.
Bell, John, tailor.
Blyth, John, tailor.
Blackshow, Samuel, miller.
Brown, Ezra, tanner.
Brown, Charles R., painter and glazier.
Boyd, Dr. Francis.
Boyd, W. C., wharfinger.
Buchan & Jones, general store.
Butchart, George, tin and coppersmith.
Butchart, David, tailor.
Butchart, John, confectioner.
Campbell, William, blacksmith.
Carney, R., general store and insurance agent.
Carter, Robert, shoemaker.
Cathcart, William, joiner.
Clarke, John, blacksmith.
Chetwin, Samuel, carpenter.
Chisholm, John, cabinetmaker.
Coleman, James, innkeeper.
Cobean, John, innkeeper.
Corbett, W. A., innkeeper.
Creighton, John, shoemaker.
Cumming, John, shoemaker.
Darroh, John, turner.
Dowling, E. C., builder and joiner.
Earle, Elias, plasterer.
Fox, William, plasterer.
Frost, John, general store.
Gale, George J., auctioneer, clerk of division
court and commissioner of Queen’s Bench.
Hall, Charles, shoemaker.
Hamlin & Riddell, brewers.
Hamilton, John, potashmaker.
Harrison, Robert, mill owner.
Henry, James, butcher.
Holmes, William, cabinetmaker.
Hutchinson, Thomas, builder.
Inglis, Peter, mill owner.
Kirkland, John, builder.
Kilborn, Hiram & James, tanners.
Lang, Dr. William.
Kevers, Thomas, builder.
Kyle, Ebenezer, builder.
Lenfestey, Peter, general store.
Le Pan, Frederick, general tore.
Lee. Robert, brickmaker.
Ludlow, William, baker.
Lunn, Thomas, township reeve.
Mckinnon, Rev. John, Free Church.
McArthur & McNevin, carpenters.
MacKenzie, Donald, wheelwright.
Malone, Henry, brewer.
Manley, Dr. Henry.
Miller & Sinclair, iron founders.
Miller, John, ship owner.
Mills, J., division court bailiff.
Moot, David, carpenter.
Mulholland, Rev., Church of England.
Neeland, Rev. John, Wesleyan. Neeland, A., division court bailiff.
Orr. Kennedy, innkeeper.
Parks, J., shoemaker.
Pearce, Richard, butcher.
Pearson, John, general tore.
Rankin, Charles, land surveyor.
Richards, Stephen, mason.
Scott, Thomas, distiller.
Sinclair, Mrs., milliner.
Sloane, James, carpenter.
Smith, J. A., shoemaker.
Stephens, R. & W. A., tanners.
Stephens, A. M., general store.
Stephens, W. A., ship owner, collector of customs and insurance agent.
Taylor, W. D., general store.
Telfer, John, mill owner, Leith mills.
Thomson, George, carpenter.
Trotter, Richard, carpenter.
Wilson, John, miller and woollen factory.
Wilson, Daniel, blacksmith.
Wilson, David, carpenter.

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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