1851 St. Anne D’yamachiche Canada Directory

A Village situated on the River Machiche, in the Seigniory of Grosbois, County of St. Maurice, C. E. distant from Montreal, 75 miles. Population of the parish about 5000.

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

Alphabetical List Op Professions, Trades, &C.
Bellemare, Paul, boarding house.
Bellefeuille, François Antoine Rivard, notary public.
Beauchemin, Hyacinthe, M. D.
Bellemare, Captain Jacques.
Craik, Andre, miller and general store.
Charbonneau, Captain François.
Désaulniers, Lieut. Col.
François Lesieur, mayor and J. P.
Desaulniers, Louis Leon Lesieur, M. D.
Dumoulin, Rev. Severe Joseph Nicolet, Roman Catholic.
Duplessis, Captain Joseph.
Daveluy dit La Rose, Adolphus, general store.
Dupont, Charles, general store.
Gadioux dit St. Louis, Captain Antoine, mill-owner.
Gelinas, Jean, boarding house.
Geelinas, Joseph, J. P.
Gelinas, Louis, commissioner of the court of small causes.
Gélinas, Raphael, general store.
Hart, Aaron, general store.
Heroux, Louis, boarding house.
Héroux, Major Calixte.
Hubert, Petrus, notary public, clerk of the small causes’ court, and agent for the seigniory.
Laserte, Eli, M. D.
Laserte, Joseph, J. P.
Laserte, Captain Pierre.
Lajoie, Captain Antoine Gerin.
Lesieur, Olivier, stage house station.
Marcotte, Captain Michel.
Milette, Captain Alexis.
Milot, Fréderic Evariste, notary public.
Page, François, miller.
Richer, Modeste, postmaster, general store, and commissioner of the court of small causes.


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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