1851 Beaverton Canada Directory

The Village of Beaverton is situated on Lake Simcoe, in the Township of Thorah, county of York, Canada West. Distant from Toronto, 75 miles. and from Whitby, 45 miles usual steamboat fare from Holland Landing, 5s. Population about 150.

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

Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C.
Anderson, John, constable and inspector of taverns.
Anderson, John, tanner and currier.
Borthwick, J. Douglas, school teacher.
Boynton, John, stage proprietor and hotelkeeper.
Calder, Alexander, turner and saw mills.
Calder, Duncan, distiller.
Cameron, AIexander, carpenter and builder.
Cameron, Donald, township reeve, postmaster.
Cameron, John, tailor and bailiff.
Campbell, James, tailor and bailiff.
Cathcart, John, shoemaker.
Elder, George, weaver.
Elder, James, weaver.
Ellis, G., pilot of steamer Mohawk.
Ellis, James, carding and fulling mills.
Grey, Thomas, limeburner.
Grierson, J. & Co., Beaverton mills and general store.
Horth, Stephen, merchant and miller.
Kennedy, E., carpenter and builder.
Kingdom, Roger, M. D.
M’Cuaig, Alexander, blacksmith.
M’Cuaig, Duncan, waggonmaker.
M’Innes, Donald, innkeeper.
M’Nab, Andrew, tailor.
M`Hallie, James, innkeeper and blacksmith.
Morison, Malcolm, general store.
Morison, William, cooper.
Proctor, George, general store, miller and distiller.
Robinson, Charles, flour merchant, and clerk of court.
Reese, Lewis, cabinetmaker.
Ross, David, teacher of mathematics.
Stewart, Archibald, distiller.
Strachan, Dr. A. L., physician and surgeon.
White, H., provincial land surveyor and civil engineer.
Wright, Nathaniel B., attorney at law.


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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