1851 Terrebonne Canada Directory

The County Town of the County of Terrebonne, is situated in the Seigniory of the same name on the Riviere des Prairies-distant from Montreal, 15 miles. Population of the parish about 2000.

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

Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C.
FRASER, JOHN, notary public and J. P.
GORRIE, ALEXANDER, notary public, registrar of the county of Terrebonne, secretary and treasurer of the county municipality.
LEPAGE, B. S., notary public, and clerk of the circuit court.
MASSON, EDWARD, manufacturer and mill owner.
MASSON, MADAME, seignioress of Terrebonne.
ROBY, CAPTAIN G., agent for the seigniory of Terrebonne.
VIGER, LOUIS LABRECHE, advocate attends to business in the circuit court of Terrebonne, and also in the courts at Montreal.
Non Members
Chartrand, M., miller.
Codere, Louis, miller.
Drapeau, Antonio, miller.
Dugal, Captain F., sculptor.
Graton, Eusebe, miller.
Gigon, A., M. D.
Lesieur & Co., general store.
Limoges, Madame. general store.
Moody, Mathew, manufacturer of threshing machines, &c.
Mackenzie, Major Alexander, J. P.
Mackenzey, John, postmaster and J. P.
Mogé, Captain J. B.
Prévost, J. M., notary public and J. P.
Roy, M., general store.
Roy, J. B., general store.
Roussel, Captain Noel.
Turgeon, Major J. O. A., mayor and advocate.
Turgeon, Olivier, boarding house.
Varin, Joseph, M. D.


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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