1851 Pointe Levi Canada Directory

A Village beautifully situated on the River St. Lawrence, in the Seigniory of Lauzon, opposite Quebec to which city small steam ferry boats ply every half hour fare, 3d. Population about 1200.

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

Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C.
Bourget, Charles. notary public.
Begin, R Rigobert, captain of militia.
Couillard, Jean Baptiste, public notary.
Chaperon, Louis Frederic, M. D.
Deziel, Rev. Joseph David, Roman Catholic.
Fraser, Thomas, captain of militia.
Guay, Francois Marcel, notary public, justice the peace, and captain of militia.
Guay, Benoni. M. D.
Jiasson. Joseph, M. D.
Leclaire, Victor, general store.
Octeau, Simeon, captain of militia, and justice of the peace.
Patton, Duncan, ship and timberyard owner.
Patton, Horatio Nelson, justice of the peace.
Price, William, ship and timberyard owner.
Robertson, Charles, lieutenant colonel of militia,
Russell, William, ship and timberyard owner.
Samson, Amable, captain of militia.
Samson, Jean Baptiste, general store.
Samson, Joseph, major of militia.
Tibbets, James, ship and timberyard owner.

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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