1851 York Canada Directory

A Village situated on the Grand River, in the Township of Seneca and County of Haldimand, C. W. distant from Hamilton, 19 miles usual stage fare from York to Caledonia, 1s. 3d. usual stage fare from Caledonia to Hamilton, 2s. 6d. steamboat to Brantford, 5s., and to Buffalo, 7s. 6d. Population about 250.

Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C.

Alley, James, barge owner.
Barker, Robert, shoemaker.
Batty, James, tailor.
Brown, Alfred, barge owner.
Brown, Alfred, township clerk.
Brown. Jas., & Co., merchants.
Cawry, John, baker.
Cormick, Samuel, shoemaker.
Farm Pr. Richard barge owner.
Fearman, William, innkeeper.
Felton, Thomas, barge owner.
Fox, Warren S., agent for Hammond & Son’s sawmills.
Hacon, George, carpenter.
Hannah, Charles, barge owner.
Harcourt, Mitchel, barge owner.
Hill. Revd. Bold C., Church of England.
Hudson, Charles L., merchant and postmaster.
Iles, John, innkeeper.
Lynd, Joseph, wheelwright.
McCargow, William, physician and surgeon.
McCauley, John, barge owner.
Murray, William, blacksmith.
O’Neil, John, wheelwright.
Parks, Thomas, saw mill.
Patterson, Thos., blacksmith.
Ramsay, William, tailor.
Reynolds, Francis, shopkeeper.
Sowerby, John, carriagemaker.
Williamson, A.. shoemaker.
Wilson. John, blacksmith.
Yeo, William, shoemaker.


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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