1851 Richmond, 2nd, Canada West Canada Directory

A Village situated in the Township of Bayham, County of Middlesex, C. W. distant from Aylmer. 7 miles from London, 37 miles from Hamilton, 68 miles usual stage fare to St. Thomas, 3s. 9d., to Burford, 6s. 3d., to Norwichville, 3s. 9d. Population about 250.

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

Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C.
COOK, SETH, hotelkeeper, Talbot st. travelers will find this a comfortable and convenient house, and charges reasonable.
COOK, SYLVESTER, general merchant and dealer in dry goods, groceries, hardware. crockery, &c., Talbot st.
LIVINGSTON, JOHN, commissioner in bankruptcy, &c., Talbot st.
Non Members
Anderson, John, wagonmaker.
Birdsall, Jacob, saw mill.
Burghar, John P., saw mill.
Cook & Spitter, wagonmakers.
Dancy, Dr., physician and surgeon.
Day. Captain, innkeeper.
Goodwin & Spare, general merchants, tanners and curriers.
Hughes, Mr., schoolteacher.
Hewet, N., founder and machinist.
Leach, Jacob, inspector of licenses.
Lockhead, Rev. M., Wesleyan.
Marsh, Rev. Mr., Baptist.
Millard, John, blacksmith.
Maguire, Thomas, shoemaker.
Mastin, G. & R., cabinetmakers.
Miro, Anthony, blacksmith.
Moore, J. & Sons, grist and saw mills.
Moore, John, clothing and turning works.
Pauling, Adam, tailor.
Phillimore, William, saw mill.
Reed, Rev. Mr.. Church of England.
Springall, Thomas, postmaster and tailor.
Titus, D., innkeeper.
Wheaton, Orson, millwright.
Wilson, A. M.. sawmiller and township reeve.
Woods, James H., cabinetmaker.
Williams, Dr., physician and surgeon.

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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