1851 Smith’s Falls Canada Directory

A Village situated on the Rideau Canal, in the Township of Elmsley, County of Leeds, C. W. distant from Perth, 14 miles from Brockville, 32 miles usual stage fare to Brockville, 10s., to Perth,. 3s. 9d. Population about 750.

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

Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C.
BURRITT, W. H., physician and surgeon.
CARROLL, W. B., town clerk and school teacher,
CHALMERS, EDWARD, blacksmith and harness factory harness of every size, wholesale and retail, at as low prices and equal in quality, to any manufactured in Canada.
CLARKE, A., & Co., dealers in dry goods, groceries, hardware, china, glass, &c., &c.
COLLINS & DREW, axe factory, manufacture axes and edge tools of every description, which are warranted equal in quality, and as low in price, as any in the Province.
DUNBAR, NEIL, teacher of the grammar school.
FROST & WOOD, cast iron foundry and plough manufacturers all kinds of cooking and fancy stoves on hand and for sale, wholesale or retail, at moderate prices:
HAFFENDEN, H. B., North American hotel and stage house for Brockville and Perth-a
livery stable attached to the premises, and conveyances are furnished at short notice.
MATHESON, R. E., general merchant and storekeeper, about a mile from Smith’s Falls.
MITTLEBERGER, GEORGE C., dealer in dry goods, groceries, hardware, crockery, &c.
SCHOFIELD, W. A., dealer in dry goods, hardware, crockery, &c.
SHAW, JAMES, sen., dealer in dry goods, groceries, hardware, crockery, &c., &c.
SHELDON, PHILO, dealer in dry goods, groceries, hardware, &c.
TAYLOR, JAMES, saddler and harnessmaker a good stock of saddlery and harness constantly on hand, or made to order, at moderate prices.
WARD, A. R., general store, saw, grist, fulling and carding mills.
WALL, ARTHUR FRANCIS, hotelkeeper-this is the oldest established hotel in the village, and travelers will find a good and comfortable house with the charges reasonable.
WILLISCROFT, JOHN, boot, shoe and gun maker.
Non Members
Aitkins, Rev. William, United Presbyterian.
Armstrong, James, innkeeper.
Atchinson, John, M. D.
Bartlett, Russell, cabinetmaker.
Bartlett, R. W., chairmaker.
Caswell, James W., wagonmaker.
Chalmers, Henry, blacksmith.
Currie, Martin. wagonmaker.
Currie, Richard, carpenter and builder.
Dodds, John, carpenter and builder.
Dodds, Andrew, carpenter and builder.
Ferguson, William, innkeeper.
Ferguson, William, tannery and shoe shop.
Fields, John, blacksmith.
Foster, George, tailor.
Garvin, M. & K., wagonmakers and carpenters.
Gilmour, William, carpenter and builder.
Girvin, James, tailor.
Hall, Francis, tannery.
Healy, Peter, tailor,
Ketchum, Stephen, tannery.
Kirkwood, John, boot and shoemaker.
Lake, Henry, wagonmaker.
Lamb, Robert G., tailor.
Lock, William, baker.
Loucks, William P., general store.
M’Donald, George, blacksmith.
Millen, Rev. S., Church of Scotland.
Nankerville, Rev. B., Wesleyan.
National Loan Fund Life and Fire Assurance Company, W. A. Schofield, agent.
Niblick, James, boot and shoemaker.
Robinson, James, tailor.
Schofield, W. A., coroner of the Johnstown District, and commissioner Queen’s Bench for Johnstown and Bathurst.
Shaw, James, jun., postmaster.
Shaw, James, Sen., town reeve and J. P.
Shaw, James, sen., forwarding agent for M’Pherson and Crane.
Simpson, William, saw and grist mills and sleigh manufactory.
Smith, Rev. Terence, Roman Catholic.
Tweedy, Charles, saddler and harnessmaker.
Warner, Isaac B., axe factory.
Watkins. James, blacksmith.
Williamson, Alexander, tailor.
Worrall, Rev. J. B., Church of England.


Collection:
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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