1851 St. Eustache Canada Directory

A Village situated in the Seigniory of Riviere du Chene, County of Two Mountains, C. E. distant from Montreal, 21 miles. Population of the Seigniory, about 3000.

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

Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C.
DEBELLEFEUILLE, J. L., notary public, co-seignior and J. P.
SCOTT, W. H., mayor, general dry goods and grocery store.
Addison, William, general store.
Archambault, J. B., notary public, and clerk of the circuit court.
Berthelot, J. A., notary public.
Belair, J., dry goods store.
Cheval, Captain Eustache.
Choquet, Captain B.
Charbonneau, Louis, innkeeper.
Dorion, J. B. T., M. D.
Dorian, Sévere, M. D.
Dolbec, Charles, advocate.
Deguire dit Larose, Peyrre, miller.
Globenski, F. E., Leyut. Col., notary public, and J. P.
Globenski, Major Hubert. Gentle, James, general store.
Laviolette, Captain P.
Laviolette, F., general store,
Laurier, Morse, M. D.
Lauzon, Edward, miller.
Leclaire, William. inn and dry goods store.
McKay, Captain S., jun., notary public.
McKay, Miss, dry goods store.
Marier, Joseph, miller.
Masson, Zozime, dry goods store.
Michel, David, postmaster.
Moreau, Rev. Hypolite, Roman Catholic.
Newell, D., exchange hotel.
Paquin, Felix, Innkeeper.
Paquin, Captain J. B.
Philippe, Captain G.
Proulx dit Clément, Captain J. B.


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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