A Village situated in the Township of Percy, County of Northumberland, C. W. distant from Trent Port, 22 miles. Population about 350.
In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work.
Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C.
Baldwin, Norman, blacksmith.
Bettes, Hiram, tinsmith.
Blair, Nelson, flour mill and carding mill.
Brock, Edson, harnessmaker.
Church, Oliver, carpenter and builder.
Classon, Simson, carriagemaker.
Divine, Patrick, cooper.
Douglas, John, blacksmith.
Dolton, William, blacksmith.
Douglas, John, clerk of division court.
Douglas, Alexander, shoemaker.
Fortin, Louis, innkeeper.
Fowler, flour mills.
Fraser, Abraham, carpenter and builder.
Gilchrist, John, general store.
Corvin, Charles, innkeeper.
Humphries, Israel, lumber merchant and sawmill.
Humphries, H. Y. H., lumber merchant.
Humphries, William, lumber merchant.
Hutton, James, storekeeper.
Maybee, Alfred, general storekeeper.
Miller, J. tanner, shoemaker and harnessmaker.
Percy, Dr. physician and surgeon.
Platt, William, postmaster and storekeeper.
Pratt, William, shoemaker.
Puffer, Henry. innkeeper.
Richmond, David, carriagemaker.
Roland, James B., shoemaker.
Renwick, Thomas, tailor.
Smith, Charles, tailor.
Summers, Patrick, tailor.
Tierney, John, shoemaker.