1851 Williamstown Canada Directory

A VILLAGE situated in the Township of Charlottenburg, County of Glengary, C. W.—distant from Cornwall, 12 miles-from Lancaster, 5 miles-from Montreal, 70 Miles. Population about 400.

Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C.

Barrett, William, carriagemaker. Barry, Thomas, blacksmith. Barry, Richard, tannery.
Barry, William, tannery and shoemaker. Bracklin, David, tailor.
Brasley, William, tailor.
Brown, James, carpenter. Brydon, David, saddler.
Campbell, Archibald, blacksmith. Cattenach, Lachlan, wagonmaker. Christie, s., weaver.
CUMMINGS, JAMES, steam grist, oat and carding mills.
Dickson, Thomas, tailor.
Durie, John, temperance inn. Ferguson, William M. A.. teacher. Ferguson, George, shoemaker. Gadbois, Peter, cabinetmaker. Kinsmill, John, shoemaker. Kinsmill, Thomas, saddler. McDonell, Thomas, storekeeper. McDonell, Duncan; storekeeper and ashery. McDonell, Dr. AEneas, physician and surgeon. McDonell, John, innkeeper. McDonell, Ronald, innkeeper and builder. McDonell, Donald, cooper. McDonell, Mathew, weaver.
McDonell, J., saw mill, 2 miles from the village.
McDonell, Donald, shoemaker.
McDonell, William, storekeeper.
McDonell, Miss E., milliner.
McGillis, Angus, tanner..
McGillis, Donald, watchmaker.
McGillis, John, grist and saw mills.
McGregor, John, saddler and harnessmaker.
McIntyre, Dr. Daniel, sheriff of United Counties.
McIntyre, James, grist mill.
McKenzie, Rev. John, Church of Scotland.
McLennan, Murdoch, innkeeper.
McLennan, Duncan, storekeeper and deputy postmaster.
McLennan, Roderick, shoemaker.
McLennan, F., weaver.
McNicol, Donald, postmaster.
McRae, John, clerk of division court.
Masterson, John, shoemaker.
Mitchell, -, carding, fulling and saw mills.
Morrison, Richard, blacksmith.
Robertson, John, tailor.
Rousseau, Timothy, joiner.
St. Antoine, Charles, mason.
Warren, W. D., tanner.
Watt, James, tailor.
White, John, shoemaker.


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Collection:
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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