1851 Yamaska Canada Directory

The Village And Parish of Yamaska are situated in the County of Yamaska. C. E. distant from Three Rivers, 36 miles usual fare from Three Rivers, 10s. Population about 2200.

Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C.

Arcand, Jean O., landsurveyor.
Auclaire, Etienne, general dealer.
Boisvert, Louis, general dealer.
Bourdelais, Gilbert, blacksmith.
Bridet, Jacques, painter.
Burnap, Thomas, shoemaker.
Camire, Nasaire, saddler.
Cartier, Théophile, tanner.
Charland, Dominique, general dealer.
Dubois, Henri, wheelwright.
Dugre, Edouard G., general dealer.
Gendron, James, shoemaker.
Goulet, Isaac, shoemaker.
Groslot, B., shoemaker.
Hébert, Baptiste, butcher.
Hebert, Mad. Felix, postmistress.
Hershaw, George, grist and saw mill.
LABBE, Louis, tavernkeeper, dealer in groceries, dry goods, &c., and dealer in wood at the wharf, Montreal.
Houlé, Edouard, general dealer.
Lafleur, Paul, general dealer.
Lasalle, Narcisse, general dealer.
Lecompte, Baptiste, blacksmith.
Lesarche, Joseph, shoemaker.
Lebrin, Revd. Isaac, Roman Catholic.
Lisotte, Jean, wheelwright.
Martineau, Urbain, cooper.
Molloy, Francis, blacksmith.
Paradis, Mad. A., general dealer.
Rivard, Jean Francois X., notary.
Rousseau, Dr. Léon, physician and surgeon.
Thérien, Thomas, innkeeper.
Tremblé, Pierre, notary.
Vallier, Pierre, shoemaker.
Veret, Antoine, butcher.
Vigeant, Toussaint, innkeeper.


Yamaska Canada,

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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