1851 Waterford Canada Directory

A Village, situated in the Township of Townsend, and County of Norfolk, C. W. distant from Hamilton, 40 miles usual stage fare, 10s. Population about 500.

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

Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &E.
Becker, B., dealer in dry goods, groceries, and hardware, and tanner.
GREEN, JAMES L., postmaster, and J. P., iron founder, and manufacturer of stoves, threshing machines, agricultural implements, &c.
HALL, GEORGE, grocer and distiller.
PARK, G. W., dealer in groceries, dry goods, hardware, &c.
REDKER, WILLIAM, Travellers’ Home hotel, and stage house.
SMiTH, JAMES, saddler and harnessmaker.
STARR, D., bookseller and stationer.
SAYLOR, J., dealer in dry goods and groceries.
SLAGHT & HOOKER, saw and flouring mills.
Non Members
Barber, J., cabinetmaker.
Beemer, P., innkeeper.
Basso, A. S., tailor.
Botsford, A., blacksmith.
Bowlby, A., M.D.
Clark, J., blacksmith.
Damming, W., gunsmith.
Duncombe, D. D.. M.D.
Fuller, P. & B., wagonmaker.
Houcks, R., boots and shoes.
Irons, James, boots and shoes.
Lewis, William, blacksmith.
Merrill, Mrs., seminary.
Merritt, D. S., blacksmith.
Merritt, Joseph, apothecary.
Nobles, J.. tailor.
Paul, Joseph, boots and shoes.
Pike, C., tailor.
Pursell, L., cabinetmaker.
Redker, Miss, milliner.
Schram, L., wagonmaker.
Slaght, Rev. A., Baptist.
Yeatman, W., wagonmaker.
Youngs, B., brickmaker.


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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