1851 Southampton, or Saugeen Canada Directory

A Village situated at the mouth of the Saugeen River, on Lake Huron, in the Township of Saugeen, County of Bruce, C. W.-distant from Owen Sound, 24 miles distant from Goderich, 60 miles usual packet boat fare, 5s. This Village has been recently laid out, and promises to be a very flourishing place.

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

Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C.
MCDONALD, ALEXANDER, general merchant and storekeeper.
MCNABB, A., crown lands agent, and agent for the Bank of Upper Canada.
REID & FERGUSON, general merchants and storekeepers.
REID, ROBERT, postmaster.
Belcher, John, Blacksmith.
Kelly, James, Carpenter.
Boyle, Henry, Barber.
Lambert, James, Baker.
Brown, Peter, Builder.
Lee, Thomas, Carpenter.
Butchart, Benjamin, Innkeeper.
Lynn, Robert, Land Surveyor And Engineer.
Butchart, George, Boarding House.
Mcgregor, John, Captain R. N.
Calder, James, General Store.
Mckenzie & Brothers, Contractors.
Campbell, John G., Land Agent.
Martindale, -James, Shoemaker.
Cathy, John, School Teacher.
Martindale, Jonathan, Seaman.
Coulson, Peter, Fisherman.
Martindale, David, Plasterer.
Cooke, John, Seaman.
Martindale, James, Stevedore.
Devine, Peter, Chain Bearer.
Mirimachi, John, Ship Builder.
Davis, Robert, Brickmaker.
Orr, James, Innkeeper.
Ewing, James, Tailor.
Peck, John, Mail Courier.
Ferguson, W. R., Piper.
Peel, John, Tailor.
Forrest, Charles, Captain R. N.
Sawyer, Rev. D., Wesleyan.
Gilbert, Joseph, Innkeeper.
Sparling. Edward, House Framer.
Godfrey, Thomas, Builder.
Spence, James, Cooper.
Hearle, John H., Land Surveyor
Stevenson, Robert, Seaman.
Hill, Richard, General Store.
Thompson, Henry, Farrier.
Hinds, Richard, Carpenter.
Walker, Thomas, Wagonmaker.
Hunter, James, Bricklayer.
Webster, William, Shoemaker.
Hunter, Dr., Physician And Surgeon.
Webster, George, Pilot.
Hutchinson, Rev. James, Wesleyan.
Wilson, William, Butcher.


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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