1851 St. Mary’s Canada Directory

A Village situated in the Township of Blanchard, County of Perth, C. W. distant from Stratford, 12 miles from London, 25 miles. Population about 800.

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

Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C.
Christie, THOMAS, J. P., general storekeeper and postmaster.
Anderson, Douglas, Farmers’ house.
Atkinson, George, wagonmaker.
Avery, Cornelius, tanner.
Babcock, George, miller.
Babcock, George, Perth hotel.
Bannerman. Alexander, stonecutter.
Barron, William, cooper.
Bell, Francis, shoemaker.
Bodman & Levy, chairmakers.
Coleman, Dr. James, coroner, notary and clerk of division court.
Colerich, Samuel, fuller.
Crittenden & Nichol, manufacturers of potash, &c. Dawson,
Archibald & Neil, blacksmiths.
Eastman, Rev. Sandford, Episcopal Methodist.
Fawcett, Rev. Thomas, Wesleyan.
Forrester, Andrew, carpenter.
Freligh, Samuel, hotelkeeper.
Germain, A. M., livery stable.
Guest, Thomas B., township reeve, manufacturer of potash, &c.
Harrison, Milner, storekeeper.
Hunter, George F., storekeeper and manufacturer of potash, &c.
Hunter, William, innkeeper.
Jones, Thomas, cabinetmaker.
Lampman, Rev. Archibald, Church of England.
Legair, James, storekeeper and manufacturer of potash, &c.
Lenox. William, shoemaker.
Long, Edward, manufacturer of potash, &c.
McCallum, Malcolm, carpenter.
McDonald, Alexander & George, stonecutters.
McDonald, John, storekeeper.
McIntosh, Gilbert, wool factory.
McIntyre, James, tailor.
McIntyre, George, shoemaker.
McLean, Dr. Lachlin, physician and surgeon.
Moscrip, William, tinsmith.
Murphy, Edmund, shoemaker.
Nellis, Dr. Alexander A., physician and surgeon.
Nichol & Crittenden, millers.
Sanderson, John, carpenter.
Shane, Robert, tailor.
Smith, James, innkeeper.
Stevens, Charles, shoemaker.
Switzer, Christopher, wagonmaker.

Township Council
Thomas B. Guest, reeve;
Henry Willis, A. Hill, George Adair, and William Chambers, councillors.


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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