1851 West Williamsburg or Morrisburg Canada Directory

A Village situated on the Williamsburg Canal, in the Township of Williamsburg and County of Dundas, C. W. distant from Prescott, 23 miles from Cornwall, 27 miles. Population about 200.

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

Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C.
BRADFIELD, FREDERICK, dealer in dry goods, groceries, hardware, crockery, school books, stationery, &c.
BROEFFLE, DANIEL T., Dundas Exchange hotel, and Montreal and Kingston stage house, and livery stables conveyances furnished to travelers when required.
CHESLEY, ALBERT A., attorney at law.
HoLDEN, JAMES, general storekeeper and postmaster.
M’DONELL, ALEXANDER, (Inch) county registrar, and collector of customs.
ROSE, J. W., J. P., farmer, and dealer in horses, and improved farm stock of every description.
STEARNS, HENRY G., dealer in dry goods, groceries, hardware, crockery, &c.
WAIT, HIRAM. Williamsburg hotel-travellers will find a comfortable house, and conveyances are furnished when required.
Non Members
Allen, Richard, axe factory and blacksmith.
Berkley, William, shoemaker.
Boswell, Rev. E. S., Church of England.
Cash, William, shoemaker.
Casselman, John R., grist and saw mills.
Chaffey, Benjamin, grist mills.
Dorion, Samuel, fulling and carding mills.
Dortis, Thomas, innkeeper.
Kyle, William, general store and wharfinger.
Lane, John, tailor.
M’Kenzie, William, fanning millmaker.
M’Donnell, Alexander, (Greenfield) barrister and attorney at law.
Merkley, Henry G., general store.
Nash, William & Joseph, grist and saw mills.
Orvis, David A., general store.
Ross, Isaac N., general store.
Sheurts, Rev. William, Lutheran Church.
Sherman, Dr. A. B., physician and surgeon.
Van Allen, William, general store and saddler.
Warner, Ira C., carpenter and joiner.
Weeger, Amos, saddler and harnessmaker.


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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