1851 Port Sarnia Canada Directory

A Village situated on the River St. CIair, near Lake Huron, in the Township of Sarnia, County of Lambton, C. W. distant from London, 62 miles from Chatham, C. W., 60 miles from Detroit, 70 miles from Goderich, 65 miles usual stage fare to London, 15s., to Warwick. 8s. 9d. usual steamboat fare to Detroit, 5s. Population about 800.

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

Public Officers
Armour, Rev. Mr., superintendent of Schools.
Cameron, Hon. Malcolm, M. P. P. for Kent.
Durand, G., postmaster.
Forsyth, Thomas G., clerk of division court, and custom-house officer.
McKenzie, H. F., Watson, John, Skilbeck, Robert, inspectors of licenses.
Mudie, Thomas G., clerk of Township council.
Vidal, Captain, collector of customs.
Young, A., coroner.

Alphabetical List Op Professions, Trades, &e.
CAMERON, MALCOLM merchant, forwarder by schooner from Quebec to Chicago marine railway for hauling out and repairing vessels, square oak, staves, sawed pine lumber, flour in large quantities on demand, lands and town lots for sale.
CLARK, W. B., forwarder, commission merchant, dealer in dry goods, groceries, crockery, shelf and heavy hardware, glass, paints, oils and dye stuffs.
HARKNESS, W. G., hotelkeeper, Western hotel.
HOUSTON & MCKENZIE, dealers in dry goods, groceries, hardware, crockery, paints, oils, and country produce. Daniel McKenzie depository British and Foreign Bible Society.
JOHNSTON, THOMAS W., M. D., physician and surgeon.
LAMBTON HERALD NEWSPAPER, Whipple & Stone, publishers.
MCINTOSH, A., tin and coppersmith, and dealer in hardware.
MCKENZIE, R. & H. F., cabinetmakers and upholsterers.
SMART, JAMES, cheap boot and shoemaker, leather store and tanner, manufacturer of all kinds of boots and shoes at cheaper rates than ever before offered in Port Sarnia. N. B. Cash paid for hides.
SMITH, JAMES, Port Sarnia Exchange hotelkeeper.
STEPHENSON, GEORGE, general merchant and land agent.
Non Members
Adams, William, cooper.
Alexander, James, boot and Shoemaker.
Armour, Rev. Mr., Congregationalist.
Baker, James, Union hotelkeeper.
Bell, J., boot and shoemaker.
Buchanan, D., general merchant.
Cole, John M., boots and shoes.
Copeland, JameS, baker, and provision store.
Drake. James, tailor.
Durand & Thomas, general store.
Ford, John, tailor.
Gibson, Job, chemist and druggist.
Grey, David, boot and shoemaker.
Hall, Horace, hotelkeeper.
Hall. IL S., wagonmaker and blacksmith.
Holden, William, grocer and provision store.
Howard. D., blacksmith. Young, A., general merchant.
Hubbard, Miss, female school teacher.
Lees, Alexander, general merchant.
Lucas, G., saddler and harnessmaker.
McAlister. Rev. William, Wee Church.
McColl. Miss, schoolmistress.
Miller, John, provision store.
Mudie, Thomas G., grocer and provision store.
Perdy, Rev. Mr., Baptist.
Salter, Rev. Mr., Church of England.
Simmington, Alexander, boot and shoemaker.
Stevenson. George, land agent
Taylor, W.. joiner and builder.
Vidal, Alexander, surveyor.
Walker, John, grammar school master.
Welsh & Bell, boot and shoemakers.
Whipple & Stone, printers and publishers.
Wolfe, L., general 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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