1851 Windsor, (Canada West) Canada Directory

A Village situated in the Township of Sandwich, County of Essex, C. W. distant from Toronto, 230 miles from Chatham, 50 miles from Amherstburg, 18 miles usual stage fare to Chatham,. 12s. 6d. to Amherstburg, 2s. 6d. usual steamboat fare to Chatham, 5s. to Buffalo, 20s. to Detroit, 31d.

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

Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C.
BEEMAN, ELAM, hotel and livery stable keeper, Front st.
HIRONS, M. B., livery stable keeper, Ferry st. horses and carriages to let enquire of John Hatton.
HUNT & BLACKADDER, general merchants, Front st.
HUTToN, JOHN, tavernkeeper, Front st.
MCCRAE, JOHN, general merchant, Front st.,
Windsor Castle Hotel stage house good stabling, luggage free to and from the boats.
MCEWEN, JOHN, forwarding and commission merchant wharf on Front st.
OUELETTE, DENIS, general merchant, Front st. dealer in dry goods, groceries, hardware, crockery, liquor, &c., and postmaster.
Austin, James, blacksmith.
Curry, John, livery stable keeper.
Elliot, John F., officer of customs.
Hale, W. G., inspector of licenses and revenue inspector.
Hirons, Thomas, ferry saloon.
Hunt, Charles, forwarding and commission merchant.
Ibberton, George, tavern keeper, Front st.
Jones, George, shoemaker, Front st.
Mills, James, grocer and provision store, Front st.
McCann, M., schoolmaster.
Post, Samuel. blacksmith, Front st.
Provincial, Mutual, and General Fire and Life Insurance Company, John McEwen, agent.
Richards, Mark, baker, Front st.
Shipley, George, tailor, Front st.
Stewart, John, barrister at law, Front st.
Vagelsaug & Haggerty, saddle, harness and trunk makers, Front st.


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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