1851 Pembroke Canada Directory

A Village situated in the Township of Pembroke, and County of Renfrew, C. W. distant from Bytown, 86 miles usual steamboat fare from Bytown, 7s. 6d. usual stage fare from Portage du Fort, 5s.

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

Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C.
Bell, John and David, merchants, general traders, lumber dealers, and tannery.
Butcher, Rev. George B., Wesleyan.
Centres, Lewis, lumber merchant.
Church, Horace, saw and carding mill.
Currie, John, lumber merchant.
Davidson, James, lumber merchant.
Dunlop. A. H., lumber merchant.
Dunlop, John, lumber merchant.
Dunlop, Mrs. D. C., innkeeper.
Gould, Jason, steamboat and stage owner.
Henderson, Robert, architect.
Judge, Dr. John.
Johnston, James S., lumber merchant.
Ledgerwood, James, mater builder.
Little, William, innkeeper.
Lynch, Rev. J., Roman Catholic.
McLaren & White, general traders.
Macaulay, Alex. and Chas., lumber merchants.
Martin, Robert, carpenter.
Melville, Rev. Andrew, Free Church.
Moffat, Alexander, miller and postmaster.
Moffat, W. & J. P., merchants, general store and lumber dealers.
O’Kelly, Christopher, lumber merchant.
O’Meara, Daniel, merchant and general trader.
Powell, Alexander W., lumber merchant.
Porteous, Robert, boot and shoe store.
Rowan, Joseph, innkeeper.
Supple, John, lumber merchant.
Sweezie, Aaron, blacksmith.
White, Peter, lumber merchant.

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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