1851 St. Irene Canada Directory

A Village And Parish situated on the north shore of the River St. Lawrence, County of Saguenay, C. E. distant from Quebec, 78 miles, to which the communication is the same as to St. Paul’s Bay. Population about 800.

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

Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C.
Gauthier, Achille, saw mill.
Gosselin, Joseph, dry goods and groceries.
Leclaire, Alexandre, saw mill.
Nairne, John, seignior and grist mill owner.
Pouliot, Rev. Charles, Roman Catholic.
Tremblay, Meron, school teacher.
Tremblay, Louis. dry goods and groceries.
Tremblay, Frederick, carding mill.
Inspectors of fences and ditches: Frederick Tremblay, Joseph Tremblay, and Damase Gauthier.
Inspectors of roads: Pierre Tremblay, Prudent Duchene, and Emmanuel Girard.
Municipal councillors: Jules Gautheyr, and Isidore Gautheyr.
Pathmasters: Placide Brassard, Levi Gauthier, Théodore Simard, Paul Levesque, Polemon Gauthier, Thomas Gauthier, and Julien Audet.
School commissioners: Ambroise Gauthier, president; Gilbert Girard, Cyrile Tremblay, Emmanuel Girard, and Abraham Gauthier; Edouard Leclere, secretary.


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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