1851 St. Luce Canada Directory

A Village situated in the Seigniory of Lepage and Thebierge, County of Kamouraska, C. E. distant from Quebec, 72 miles. Population about 3200.

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

Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C.
Chalifoux, Siméon J., merchant and J. P.
Cote, Anselme, pilot.
Dechamplain, Simeon, merchant.
Dion, Eloi, blacksmith.
Drapeau, Peyrre, merchant.
Dutremble, Pierre. pilot.
Dutremble, Joseph, pilot.
Duquet, Francois, M. D.
Frechette, Paul J., gunsmith.
Gauvreau, André E., merchant, postmaster, J.
P. and commissioner of small causes.
Gagnon. Joseph, mason.
Gagné, F. X., sen., millwright.
Garneau, Pierre, pilot.
Garneau, Pierre, merchant.
Goulet. Pierre, miller.
Goulet, Théodore, sen., blacksmith.
Hallé, Ignace, millwright.
Langlois, Joseph, J. P., and commissioner of small causes.
Lavoie, Amable, pilot.
Lavoey, Jean, pilot.
Lavoey, Henri, pilot.
Laurin. Hilarie, pilot.
Mercier, Paul, tinsmith.
Mignault, Benoit, joiner.
Mignault, Joseph, joiner.
Mignault, Charles, carpenter and millwright.
Morrisette, J. B., blacksmith.
Nadeau, Rev. Gabreyl, Roman Catholic.
Pelletier, Jean Bernard, notary.
Pelletier, Beloni, carpenter.
Pineau, Benjamin, pilot.
Ouellet, Michel, carpenter and wheelwright.
Volant dit Dechamplain, Siméon, jun., notary.


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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