1851 St. Joseph De Maskinonge or Maskinonge Canada Directory

A Village situated on the River St. Lawrence, In the County of St. Maurice, C. E. distant from Montreal, 60 miles from Three Rivers, 30 miles. Population of the parish about 4500.

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

Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C.
Bareil, Alexis, commissioner of court of small causes.
Boucher, Colonel Francois, seigneur and J. P.
Boucher, Charles Parphenus, M. D.
Bruneau, Captain-Joseph.
Bois, Rev. Louis Edouard, Roman Catholic.
Clément, Mrs. Joseph, general store.
De Carufel, Eustache Sicard, notary public and J. P.
De Carufel, Captain Amable Sicard.
De Carufel, Captain Joseph Sicard.
Duchesnay, Major Louis Andre, commissioner of court of small causes.
Duchesnay, Captain Louis Joseph.
Dunn, Charles Edward, millowner and J. P.
Gelinas, Casimir, stage line station from Montreal to Quebec.
Giroux, Mrs. Onezime, boarding house.
Grenier, Jean Baptiste, general store.
Lafreniere, Amable Baron. millowner.
Landry, Godefroi, notary public.
Larante, Captain David Sicard.
Lebrun, Joseph David, notary public and clerk of commissioners’ court.
Lefebvre, Louis, miller.
Magnan. Pierre. miller.
Masse, Peyrre Vincelas, M. D.
Masse, Edouard Antoine, general store.
Masson, Olivier, commissioner of court of small causes.
Roy, Joseph, commissioner of court of small causes
Saucier, Godefroi, postmaster.
St. Antoine, Louis, notary public.


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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