Dream Genealogy

Pierre Lagacé:

Very interesting…

Originally posted on ~~Voyageur Heritage~~ The French Canadian Cultural Alliance of the Great Lakes:

—by Anne Anderson

Dream Genealogy is a way of understanding the world of our ancestors. Although we are not devoted to genealogy exclusively on Voyageur Heritage, the search for our roots is a very popular part of our French Canadian and Metis cultures. In this piece Anne Anderson, a Canadian Metis and French-Canadian community leader, researcher, writer, and performer, presents a new way of envisioning our history and our ancestry — by tapping into our subconscious and collective memories to discover our ancestors through dreams.

I was doing the housework and listening to talk radio. It was many years ago, and as a genealogist, I had been wondering about one particular family line, the Desmarais from France. Many of the Desmarais not only looked like they were part First Nations, but also had peculiar “raccoon eyes.” I wanted to specifically know what part of Europe they came from and I…

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Albert Caron – October 22nd, 2013

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Knowing when to stop is my biggest problem for curing this obsession for people’s ancestors.

 

Evelina Couet and Frobe Caron

Frobe Caron and Evelina Couet

Courtesy Carole H.

Frobe is not a very common first name. Albert is more common.

Albert Caron
Albert Caron
I could have posted this right after my last post in September, but I managed to control myself, and wait until today instead.

In Memory of Albert F. Caron

Albert Caron

January 26, 1928 – October 22, 2013

Obituary

Albert F. Caron, age 85, formerly of New Bedford, passed away Tuesday, October 22, 2013 at the Tremont Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Wareham. He was the husband of Lucille (Benjamin) Caron. Born in New Bedford, the son of the late Frobe and Evelina (Couet) Caron, he lived most of his life in New Bedford.Albert was a veteran of the United States Navy having served in in the Pacific Theatre. He worked as a draftsman and engineer at the Aerovox Company until his retirement. An avid Red Sox and Patriots fan, he loved to read, play golf, make jig saw puzzles, collect stamps, light houses and study military history. He will be fondly remembered as a gentle man who dearly loved his wife Lucille.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend his Mass of Christian Burial at 9 am Saturday, October 26, 2013 at St Mary Church, 343 Tarkiln Hill Road, New Bedford. Burial will follow in Sacred Heart Cemetery. Visiting Hours are respectfully omitted. Arrangements are in the care of the Rock Funeral Home, 1285 Ashley Blvd, New Bedford. Donations in his memory may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association , Massachusetts Chapter, 480 Pleasant Street, Watertown, MA 02472 or to the St. Vincent De Paul Society, 44 Iris Street, Fall River, MA 02720.

Frobe_and_Evelina_Caron

Frobe and Evelina (Couet) Caron

Courtesy Carole H.

Alice Lagasse 1877-1956

Alice Lagasse, Frobe’s mother

Courtesy Edward T.

Adolphe Lagasse

Pierre Adolphe Lagasse, Alice’s father

Source: Internet

Pierre Adolphe Lagacé 14 mars 1851

Pierre Adolphe Lagasse’s baptisimal act

descendants Adolphe Lagasse

Some of Pierre Adolphe Lagasse’s children

How Frobe Caron got his first name is easy to find out if you look closely the image above.

Footnote

I am pretty certain the F. in Albert F. Caron stands for Frobe.

In Memory of Albert F. Caron

Albert Caron

Our Ancestors – Pulling together

That’s the mental image I got when I posted my last entry on this blog…

Pulling together.

Julien Wilfred Lagasse original

Patrick Maloy and Thomas Maloy are not on that picture, but they were on that list of names. A reader sent me this and put some coal in the locomotive…

I was wondering if this Thomas Maloy, next to Patrick, could be your Thomas Maloy.

http://missisquoigenealogy2.blogspot.com/2014_08_01_archive.html

 

MALMAISON – (DES RIVIERES STATION)
Malmaison post office is about half a mile from the Des Rivières Station of the Central Vermont Railway. It is pleasantly situated on the shores of the Pike River, parish of Notre Dame des Anges, township of Stanbridge. Population, including Des Rivières Station, about 175.

Alexandre David, J. P., grocer
Alexandre J. Bte., laborer
Baker William, jun., sectionman C.V.R.
Baker William, sen., pensioner
Best E., farm laborer
Bordeau F. X., hay presser
Bordeau George, hay presser
Central Vermont Railway, Joshua M. Ferris, station agent
Cote Charles, farmer
Cote Pierre, laborer
Cote T., farmer
Crothers James, J.P., postmaster, sawmill owner and mayor of Notre Dame des Anges
Des Rivieres F. G., J.P.
Ewing George, hay presser
Ewing John, hay and grain dealer
Ferris George, farm laborer
Ferris Joshua M., station agent Central Vermont Railway, agent Montreal Telegraph Co., and United
States and Canada Express Co.
Fraser William, farmer
Gall Archibald, gardener
Hanigan John, saw and grist mill and lumber dealer
Hanigan John William, telegraph operator
HANIGAN WILLIAM, dealer in groceries and provisions of all descriptions, including all articles in these lines required for household use, of the best quality, and at prices as low as it is possible to sell them,
also cattle dealer, opp Central Vermont Railway depot
Jourdanais Joseph, laborer
Lamair Jules, sectionman C.V.R.
Laparche Charles, blacksmith and horseshoer
Lavoie A., laborer
Leblanc David, sectionman C.V.R.
Leblanc Joseph, farmer
Leblanc Regis, farmer
Maloy Patrick, section foreman C.V.R.
Maloy Thomas, sectionman C.V.R.
Menard Charles, farm laborer
Miller Charles, farm laborer
Miller George, farmer
Miller Luke, farmer
Montreal Telegraph Co., Joshua M. Ferris, agent
Plante Arthur, miller
Plante F. X., miller
Plantier Charles, laborer
Roy Pierre, grocer
Simard J. Bte., school teacher, secretary-treasurer parish of Notre Dame des Anges
Spear Henry, farmer
Therien Jos., jun., sectionman C.V.R.
Therien Joseph, sen., grocer
United States and Canada Express Co., Joshua M. Ferris, agent
Varieur Toussaint, laborer

One of my first contributor in 2010 sent me this picture of her ancestor who was working for a railroad, but not the C.V.R.

Julien Wilfred Lagasse

He was Julien Wilfred Lagasse.

Wilfred Lagasse June 13, 1894 Lowell, Ma.

Julien Wilfred Lagasse

Julien Wilfred Lagasse is not on that list… but the names I have highlighted in BOLD ring a bell.

MALMAISON – (DES RIVIERES STATION)
Malmaison post office is about half a mile from the Des Rivières Station of the Central Vermont Railway. It is pleasantly situated on the shores of the Pike River, parish of Notre Dame des Anges, township of Stanbridge. Population, including Des Rivières Station, about 175.

Alexandre David, J. P., grocer
Alexandre J. Bte., laborer
Baker William, jun., sectionman C.V.R.
Baker William, sen., pensioner
Best E., farm laborer
Bordeau F. X., hay presser
Bordeau George, hay presser
Central Vermont Railway, Joshua M. Ferris, station agent
Cote Charles, farmer
Cote Pierre, laborer
Cote T., farmer
Crothers James, J.P., postmaster, sawmill owner and mayor of Notre Dame des Anges
Des Rivieres F. G., J.P.
Ewing George, hay presser
Ewing John, hay and grain dealer
Ferris George, farm laborer
Ferris Joshua M., station agent Central Vermont Railway, agent Montreal Telegraph Co., and United
States and Canada Express Co.
Fraser William, farmer
Gall Archibald, gardener
Hanigan John, saw and grist mill and lumber dealer
Hanigan John William, telegraph operator
HANIGAN WILLIAM, dealer in groceries and provisions of all descriptions, including all articles in these lines required for household use, of the best quality, and at prices as low as it is possible to sell them,
also cattle dealer, opp Central Vermont Railway depot
Jourdanais Joseph, laborer
Lamair Jules, sectionman C.V.R.
Laparche Charles, blacksmith and horseshoer
Lavoie A., laborer
Leblanc David, sectionman C.V.R.
Leblanc Joseph, farmer
Leblanc Regis, farmer
Maloy Patrick, section foreman C.V.R.
Maloy Thomas, sectionman C.V.R.
Menard Charles, farm laborer
Miller Charles, farm laborer
Miller George, farmer
Miller Luke, farmer
Montreal Telegraph Co., Joshua M. Ferris, agent
Plante Arthur, miller
Plante F. X., miller
Plantier Charles, laborer
Roy Pierre, grocer
Simard J. Bte., school teacher, secretary-treasurer parish of Notre Dame des Anges
Spear Henry, farmer
Therien Jos., jun., sectionman C.V.R.
Therien Joseph, sen., grocer
United States and Canada Express Co., Joshua M. Ferris, agent
Varieur Toussaint, laborer

All aboard…

Footnote

The Section Man

by Edna Jacques

We passed him there, knee-deep in snow,
Standing to watch the train go by,
A lonely man in overalls,
Outlined against the snowy sky.
Along by Field, where peak and height
Make ghostly shadows in the night.
His face was bitten by the cold,
His mittened hands were stiff and hard
Yet there he stood as staunch and true
As any soldier standing guard,
Keeping his trackage swept and bare
That we might pass in safety there.
Oh, unsung heroes of the land,
The lowly knight of mawl and spade,
His home a lonely section-house,
His trust a curving mile of grade.
Seen through the dusk, a tired wraith
Knee-deep in snow…he still keeps faith.
Source: Canadian Pacific Railway, Factors in Railway and Steamship Operation.

I’m back – the Malloys revisited

A reader sent me this link.

This is what you get…

Just a lot of names and places?

Think again…

Missisquoi Genealogy Transcriptions
County of Missisquoi and Town of St. Johns Directory for 1879-1880 and 1881

COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI AND TOWN OF ST. JOHNS DIRECTORY for 1879, 1880, and 1881
Corrected to November 15th, 1879

PARISHES, TOWNSHIPS, TOWNS AND VILLAGES
Abbott’s Corner, Village of
Aird
Bedford, Village of
Clarenceville, Village of
Cowansville, Village of
Dunboro
Dunham, Township of
Dunham, Village of
East Dunham, Village of
East Farnham, Village of
Farndon
Farnham, Town of
Frelighsburg
Haseville
Malmaison (Des Rivieres Station), Village of
Meiges Corner
Miranda
Montreal, City of (Subscribers and Advertisers in)
Moore’s Station
Mystic, Village of
North Pinnacle
North Stanbridge
Notre Dame des Anges, Parish of
Noyan, Village of
Nutt’s Corners
Philipsburg, Village of
Pierceton, Village of
Pigeon Hill, Village of
Pike River, Village of
Riceburg, Village of
Scottsmore
St. Armand Centre
St. Armand East, Parish of
St. Armand Station, Village of
St. Armand West, Parish of
St. Charles de Stanbridge, Village of
St. George de Clarenceville, Parish of
St. Johns, Town of
St. Thomas de Foucault, Parish of
Stanbridge East, Village of
Stanbridge Ridge
Stanbridge Station, Village of
Stanbridge, Township of
Stanbury
Sweetsburg, Village of
Venice
West Farnham, Parish of

ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY OF THE TOWNS AND VILLAGES OF THE COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI

ABBOTT’S CORNER -
A small post village, situated in the parish of St. Armand East. It is distant from Bedford, the chef-lieu of the county, 13 miles, Clarenceville 28, Dunham 7, Frelighsburg 2½, Pigeon Hill 8, Philipsburg 15½, Sweetsburg 14½ , St. Johns 42, and Farnham 22½  miles. Population about 100.

Abbott E. B., farmer
Abbott Mrs. Chauncy C., widow
Ano Joseph, laborer
Baptist church, rev. A. L. Arms, pastor (non-resident)
Bridge A. E., farmer
Broe John, blacksmith
Carpenter Mrs. Alice M., widow, postmistress
Carpenter Edwin, farmer
Chadburn George, farmer
Comstock H. S., farmer
Corse A., farmer
District School, No. 5, Miss Bessy P. Sweet, teacher
Dwyer Mrs. P., widow
Goodhue Peter, farmer
Hope Miss Harriet
Jenne Albert, laborer
Macey E. B., carpenter
Macey L. F., farmer
McDermott Michael, farmer
Methodist church (Canada), rev. James E. Richardson, superintendent, Frelighsburg Circuit, resides at Frelighsburg
Post office, Mrs. Alice M. Carpenter, postmistress
Powers Ernest, school teacher
Powers Joseph, shoemaker
Richardson rev. James E., superintendent, Frelighsburg Circuit, Canada Methodist church, resides at Frelighsburg
Rodgers Mrs. A., widow
Scofield Columbus, retired
Scofield Lewis D., farmer
Scotield Mrs. L. D., widow
Scofield P. A., school teacher
Smith H. H., carpenter
Smith M. A., school teacher
Sweet Miss Bessy P., teacher District School No. 5
Tracey Edgar S., carpenter
Tracey Harvey
Tracey Miss Ella, school teacher
Tracey Mrs A., widow
Whitman Mrs. M., widow Rodman
Whitman S. R., J.P., farmer
Woodard Henry, plasterer

AIRD -
A small post village, situated in a good agricultural country, in the parish of St. George de Clarenceville, which is partly in the seigniory of Noyan and partly in the seigniory of Foucault. It is on the boundary line, dividing Canada from the State of Vermont, and is distant from Alburgh Springs Railway Station, Vt., 3 miles, from Missisquoi Bay 8 miles, Clarenceville  5 miles, and Philipsburg 13 miles. Population about 100.

Abels Samuel, farmer
Asseltine Henry, farmer
Asseltine Mrs. Hudlah
Brownson George, farmer
Campbell Charles, farmer
Campbell Mrs. Michael, widow
Edy Herbert, farmer
Edy Omri, farmer
Gareau Peter, laborer
Gilbert Emanuel, farmer
Hall Joseph C., farmer
Hawley George, farmer
Hawley Henry, trader
Hawley James, farmer
Hilliker Alexander, farmer
Hilliker Nelson, farmer
Hilliker Saxe A., general merchant
Hilliker Sidney, farmer
Johnson Daniel, farmer
Johnson Jason, farmer
Lawrence Charles, farmer
Limlah Samuel, laborer
Macfie Alexander, farmer
Macfie George, farmer
Macfie Robert, farmer, mayor of the parish of St. George de Clarenceville
Miller Reid, farmer
Moyls Daniel, farmer
Newman James, farmer
Newman William, farmer
Reynolds Rodney, farmer
Westover George, farmer

BEDFORD -
The “Lake Champlain and St. Lawrence Junction Railway” is a new line which, when completed, will run from Philipsburg, on the northern shore of Lake Champlain, to a point on the St. Lawrence River opposite Three Rivers. Its length will be one hundred miles. So far, sixty-four miles have been built, from St. Guillaume, on the Sorel and Drummondville section of the South Eastern, to Bedford, one of its principal points.

This important village, the most populous but one in the fine county of which it is the chef-lieu, is situated in the large and wealthy township of Stanbridge, and is about one mile in length; or, it may be described as consisting of two separate villages that distance apart, the connecting street being well built upon throughout its entire length, giving it, unless one is unnecessarily precise and critical, the appearance of one continuous town. The one is distinguished from the other by the prefix upper or lower, as the case may be, though the lower village is commonly known as Bedford, while the other is generally spoken of as Upper Bedford, each having its own post office. The distinction, as a matter of fact, is non-existant; in reality they may be said to be one and the same place, and, speaking of them in this sense, there is probably no other town, either in the county or the Eastern Townships, which, within the past few years, has made more rapid progress in population and material resources.

Bedford is distant from Abbott’s Corner 13 miles, Adamsville 19, Allen’s Corner 19, Clarenceville 17, Des Rivieres Station 6, Dunham 10½. East Bolton 39, Frelighsburg 10½, Frost Village 38, Granby 28½, Henryvllle 10, Knowlton 29, Lawrenceville 46, L’Ange Gardien 19, Mansonville 36, Milton Corner 36½, Marieville 28, Mont St. Hilaire 38, Mystic 2, Noyan 19½  Pigeon Hill 8½, Philipsburg 8, Pike River 34, Riceburg 3, Roxton Falls 47, Sutton Flats 22½, Stukely 37, Stanbridge East 7, Stanbridge Station 2, Stanbury 8, Sweetsburg 18, St. Alexandre 11½, Ste. Angele 24, St. Armand Station 7, Ste. Brigide 18½, St. Cesaire 23½. Charles de Stanbridge 5, St. Gregoire 20, St. Hilaire 42, St. Johns 21, St. Mathias 33½, St. Paul de Abbottsford 25, Warden 33, Waterloo 34, Farnham 13, and West Shefford 27, and from Montreal, via Central Vermont Railway, 49, Kingston 221, Hamilton 420, London 497, Ottawa 175, Toronto 383, St. John, N.B., via Montreal, 629, Halifax, N.S., 705, Charlottetown, P. E. Island, 929, and Liverpool, England, 2291, Mails twice a day. Population about 1,500.
Abbreviations Used: — Adv, advertisement; bds, boards; do, same place or same street; h, house; L. B., Lower Bedford; U. B., Upper Bedford. The names in capital letters are those of advertisers and subscribers.
Note: — Street is understood; example, Registry office for the County of Missisquoi, Court house, Main, L. B., means Main street. Lower Bedford.

Alcombrack Ebenezer (Martin & Alcombrack), U B
Alcombrack William, currier, U B
Allen Warren, laborer
Arbour John, contractor, bds Main, LB
Arbour Vital, mason and stonecutter, bds Main, L B
BARNEY MRS. RAYMOND, milliner, dealer in millinery and fancy goods. Largest assortment of millinery goods, including the latest novelties, in this section. Trimmed hats in great variety, Main, L B, h do
BARNEY RAYMOND, photographic artist. Pictures from the smallest miniature to life-size, also stereoscopic and other views, taken in the best style of the art, at lowest prices. Satisfaction guaranteed. Main, next to the Bedford house, L B, h Main
BATCHELLER A. A., B.A.S., civil engineer, provincial land surveyor and general draughtsman, L B, h do
Batcheller Addison, farmer
BEAUCHEMIN HUBERT, custom tailor. Gentlemen’s garments made to order in the latest Paris, London and New York fashions, on the shortest notice, and at moderate charges, Main, L B, h do
BECK ALEXANDER, custom tailor. Garments, certain to give satisfaction in fit and make, made to order on the shortest notice, at lowest rates. Cutting done, and guaranteed to fit if made up properly, U B, h do
Beck Martin, scythe maker, U B
BEDARD PETER, saw mill; shingles and all kinds of lumber kept on hand and offered for sale at lowest market price. Lumber sawed to order to any size, U B, h do
Bedard Peter H., machinist, U B
BEDFORD ACADEMY, Hobart Butler, M.A., advocate, principal
BEDFORD BUILDING SOCIETY, Hobart Butler, M.A., advocate, president; N. H. Shaw, vice president; Nye C. Martin, secretary-treasurer
BEDFORD FOUNDRY, Horatio Horskin, proprietor, U B
Bedford House, Main, L B, J. H., Martin, proprietor
BEDFORD MARBLE WORKS, N. B. Joubert, proprietor
BEDFORD PHARMACY, F. C. Saunders, proprietor, Main, L B
BEDFORD TANNERY, U B, Martin & Alcombrack, proprietors
BEDFORD TIMES, A. L. Lance, editor, opposite Court House, L B
Bélanger Joseph, tanner, U B
Bélanger Louis, contractor, Main, L B
Bélanger Moise, laborer, U B
Bessette Zéphirin, farmer, Stanbridge Station road
Blakely Ora, tanner, U B
BOARD OF SCHOOL EXAMINERS, for the district of Bedford, Hobart Butler, M.A., advocate, Bedford, president; H. L. Fuller M.A., M.D., Sweetsburg, vice do; William Gibson, Adamsville, secretary-treasurer
Boisonnault Paul, carpenter and joiner, Main, L B
Borden Amos, mason, Main, L B
Borden Anson M., farmer, U B
Borden Elias W., cabinetmaker, upholsterer, and undertaker, U B, h do
Borden Homer, plasterer, Main, L B
Borden Lorenzo, mason and plasterer, Main, L B
Borden Mrs. Mary, widow Samuel, Main, L B
BOUCHARD ARTHUR J., dealer in fancy and staple dry goods, groceries, provisions, boots and shoes, hats and caps, shelf hardware, and every article usually found in a well assorted general stock, U B, opposite 0. S. Rixford’s scythe factory, h do
Bouchard Edouard, carriagemaker, Main, L B, h U B
Boudreau David, moulder, U B
Boudreau François, farm laborer, L B
Bourgeois Remi, mason and stone cutter, bds Main, L B
BOYD R. WILSON, special agent for the Eastern Townships of the Sun Mutual Life and Accident Insurance Co. of Montreal, J. H. Gough, agent, Bedford, P. Q.
Brault T., porter, Union house, L B
Brault Médard, laborer, U B
Brault Pierre D., miller, Main, L B
Brown Mrs. Sarah, widow Nathaniel S., Main, L B
BUTLER HOBART, M.A., advocate, principal Bedford Academy; president District of Bedford Teachers’ Association, and president of the board of school examiners for the same, also president Bedford Building Society
Butler Mrs. Hobart, teacher of music and painting, Bedford Academy, h LB
CAIRNS REV. H., pastor Canada Methodist Church, U B
Campbell Ludger, farmer, L B
CANADA FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE CO. OF HAMIL TON, ONT., John H. Gough, agent, Main, opposite Court House, L B
CANADA METHODIST CHURCH U B, rev. H. Cairns, pastor
Canfield Professor Homer, teacher of vocal music, Bedford Academy, resides U B
Capsey George, advocate, secretary-treasurer Missisquoi County Council, office Court House, Main, L B, resides at Mystic
CHATELLE & COUTURE (Aristide Chatelle and Theodore Couture), dealers in fancy and staple dry goods, boots and shoes, groceries, provisions, crockery, glassware, &c., of which they have a good assortment cheap for cash, Main, nearly opposite the Bedford house, L B
Chatelle Aristide (Chatelle & Couture), Main, L B
Chatelle Mrs. Médard, Main, L B
Chagnon Charles, laborer, Stanbridge Station road
Chagnon Jean, laborer, Stanbridge Station road
Chagnon Mrs. L., widow, Stanbridge Station road
Chagnon William, carpenter, Stanbridge Station road
Chevalier Gustave, physician and surgeon, Bridge, L B
Chouinard Isidore, carpenter and joiner, U B
CHURCH OF ST. DAMIEN DE BEDFORD, L B, rev. Elphège Gravel, parish priest
CHURCH OF ST. JAMES THE APOSTLE, L B, rev. H. W. Nye, M.A., rector of Bedford
Circuit Court for the County of Missisquoi, Hon. Christopher Dunkin, judge ; John Gough, clerk ; T. M. Gough, deputy clerk; N. H. Gordon, crier; office Court House, Main, L B
CITIZENS’ FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT AND GUARANTEE INSURANCE CO. OF CANADA, John H. Gough, agent, Main, opposite Court House, L B
Clayes George, farmer, L B
Commissioner Superior Court, John Gough, office Court House, Main, L B
Commissioners Court for the Township of Stanbridge, N.A. Paré and H. C. Hall, commissioners; Thomas M. Gough, clerk, office Court House, Main, L B
CONNER D., assistant postmaster, merchant tailor, and general dealer in dry goods, groceries, hardware, boots and shoes, ready-made clothing, &c., U B, h do
Conway Peter, Main, L B
Corey Benedict Henry, U B
Corey Caleb, jun., baker, Main, L B
Corey Harvey N., carpenter, L B
Corey John H., wheelwright, Stanbridge Station road
Corey Matthew, millwright, U B
Corey Mrs. J. H., milliner and dressmaker, Main, L B, h Stanbridge Station road
Cornforth E. W., scythe maker, U B
COSLETT EDWARD, postmaster, and general merchant, dealer in dry goods, groceries, provisions, boots and shoes, shelf and heavy hardware, paints, oils, glass, lamps, coal oil, &c., full assortment, lowest prices for cash, Main, L B, h do
Coslett George A., manager at O. S. Rixford’s scythe factory, L B
COSLETT JAMES, blacksmith and horse shoer. Blacksmith’s work of all kinds done. Special attention paid to horse-shoeing, in which I do the largest business in this section of country. Main, next door to the Post Office, L B, h next door to shop
Coslett Samuel, bookkeeper at Bedford foundry, L B
Courtois Joseph, carpenter, Main, L B
Couture Theodore (Chatelle & Couture) Main, LB
CROTHERS & DUFFY, (R. A. Crothers, B.A., B.C.L., and H. T. Duffy, B.A., B.C.L.), advocates, barristers, &c.; collections promptly attended to; near the Court House, also at Sweetsburg
Crothers R. A., B.A., B.C.L. (Crothers & Dutty)
Cyr Jean Baptiste, laborer, Main, L B
Cyr Joseph, farmer, Main, L B
CYR MOISE, carrigemaker, blacksmith and horseshoer. All kinds of work in the above done in the most workmanlike manner, without delay, at the lowest prices. Repairs receive prompt attention, Main, L B, h do
DAMOIE PATRICK K., carriage and sleigh maker. Every description of vehicle built to order, and all kinds of repairs promptly done. First-class work and lowest prices guaranted, U B, h do
Davies Malcolm, commercial traveller, U B
Davignon Francois, proprietor Upper Bedford hotel
Demers A., clerk Registry Office for County of Missisquoi, L B
Demers Edouard R., notary, Bridge, L B, h do
DEMERS F. X. ED., head teacher School of St. Damien de Bedford, L B
Demers Louis Joseph (Dickinson & Demers)
DEMERS MRS. F. X. ED., assistant teacher School of St. Damien de Bedford, L B
Demers T., carriagemaker. Main, L B h do
Deneau François, joiner, L B
Dérie Nelson, tanner, U B
DE VALENCE LOUIS FERDINAND, house, sign, fresco and ornamental painter. The very best class of work done at prices to suit the times. Fresco and ornamental painting a specialty. Satisfaction guaranteed. L B
DICKINSON & DEMERS (Richard Dickinson, N.P., and Louis Joseph Demers), joint registrar for the County of Missisquoi, Court House, Main, L B
Dickinson Richard (Dickinson & Demers), Bridge, L B
Dion Joseph Napoléon, painter, U B
Dion Phillip G., clerk, U B
DION RALPH, artist and carriage painter, &c. Sign, ornamental and carriage painting executed in the most artistic manner, on short notice, and at the lowest prices consistent with work that will give you satisfaction. U B, h do
District Magistrates Court for the County of Missisquoi, Judge G. E. Rioux, district magistrate ; John Gough, clerk, office Court House, Main, L B
DISTRICT OF BEDFORD TEACHERS’ ASSOCIATION, Hobart Butler, M.A., advocate, Bedford, president
DOMINION FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE CO. of Hamilton, Ont., John H. Gough, agent, Main, opposite Court house, L B
DOMINION TELEGRAPH CO., F. C Saunders, agent, office Main, L B
DOUGLAS & ROLLAND (John Douglas and J. T. Rolland), manufacturers of sash, doors, and blinds. Planing, turning, scroll sawing, &c., neatly done; mouldings made to order. Main, L B
Douglas John (Douglas & Rolland), Main, L B
Douglas John S. (W. Douglas & Son)
Douglas W., & Son (Wm. and John S. Douglas), boot and shoe store, Main, opposite Court house, L B
Douglas Wm. (W. Douglas & Son), resides at Montreal
Dowd Andrew, carpenter and joiner, V B
Duffy H. T., B.A., B.C.L. (Crothers & Duffy), resides at Sweetsburg
Dufresne Gilbert, U B
DUPUIS MAXIMILLIAN, custom tailor. All orders will receive the most prompt attention, and will be executed in the latest styles at the lowest prices. Gentlemen’s and youths’ garments cut while you wait at very moderate charges, Bridge, L B, h do
Edmonds Robert, farmer, U B
Etherington James, baker, Main, L B
EXCHANGE BANK OF CANADA, Bedford Branch, Main, L B, Robert Terroux, jun., manager
Foster John, railway contractor, U B
Freligh Mrs. G., Main, L B
Gall Hugh M., post office clerk, bds Main, L B
Gallagan Edward, laborer, U B
Galvin James, striker, U B
Gauthier Alfred, carpenter, L B
Gilman G. W., scythe maker, U B
GIROUX F. X., boot and shoe maker. Boots and shoes made to order, and all kinds of repairs done promptly and cheaply in a workmanlike manner, U B, h do
Giroux Louis, laborer, L B
Giroux Mrs., widow, Main, L B
Gladden Melvin C, scythe grinder, U B
GOUGH BROS. (John H. and James Gough), saddle and harness makers, Main, opposite the Court house, L B
Gough James (Gough Bros.), Main,L B
Gough John, clerk of the Circuit Court and District Magistrates Court, commissioner Superior Court and commissioner per ded. pot., office Court house. Main, L B, h L B
GOUGH JOHN H. (Gough Bros.), J.P. and commissioner, secretary Bedford Vigilant Association, and general insurance agent, Main, opposite Court house, L B, h Main, L B
Gough Thomas M., clerk of the Commissioners Court, township of Stanbridge, office Court house, Main,
L B, h L B
Goulding Joseph, scythe maker, Main, L B
GRAVEL REV. ELPHEGE, parish priest, parish of St. Damien de Bedford, h L B
Greenwood L., scythe polisher, U B
Guertin Meril, carpenter, L B
GUILLETTE HYACINTHE, dealer in fancy and staple dry goods, boots and shoes, groceries, provisions, crockery, glassware, &c., secretary-treasurer dissentient school board, St. Damien de Bedford, Bridge, L B, h do
Hakey Jacob, U B
Halcrow Mrs. Mary, widow George, U B
Halcrow William, carpenter, U B
Hart David A., physician and surgeon, Main, L B, h do
Harty John, general merchant, Main, L B, h do
HATCH D. W. (agent), watchmaker and jeweller, dealer in watches, clocks, jewellery, fine cigars, &c., agent for Manning, Bowman & Co.’s perfection granite ironware and the fine electro silver plated ware of Simpson, Hall, Miller & Co., and Rogers & Brother, Bank building. Main, L B
Hauver Benjamin, farmer, Stanbridge Station road
Hauver Levi, carpenter, U B
Hebert Moise L B
Hebert Mrs. Hubert, L B
Hebert Pierre, farmer, L B
HERLIHY PATRICK, dealer in fancy and staple dry goods, groceries, provisions, wines, liquors, crockery, glassware, hats and caps, boots and shoes, shelf hardware, &c., the assortment being one of the best in Bedford at lowest prices, Bridge, L B, h do
Higgins John, scythe maker, U B
HOCHELAGA FIRE INSURANCE CO., of Montreal, John H. Gough, agent, Main, opposite Court house,
L B
HORSKIN HORATIO, manufacturer of stoves, hollow ware, garden vases, Dominion sap spouts, and castings of all descriptions, Bedford Foundry, U B, h do
Johnson Mrs. Henry, widow, U B
Josleyn William, travelling agent, U B
Joubert Joseph, marblecutter, U B
JOUBERT N. B., proprietor Bedford Marble works
Kimell Martin, laborer, Main, L B
Knight Allen S., machinist, U B
Labonty Abraham D., barkeeper, Union house, L B
LABONTY LOUIS, proprietor Union house, Bridge, opposite Court house, L B
Lafrance Moise, laborer, Stanbridge Station road
LANCE A. L., editor “Bedford Times,” office opposite Court house, L B, h L B
Lance William T., printer, bds with A. L. Lance, L B
Langdon C., machinist, U B
LARUE RAPHAEL, dealer in groceries, provisions, Graham, buckwheat and wheat flour, cornmeal, Indian meal, butter, cheese, molasses, syrups, spices, fruits, pickles, salt, tobacco, coal oil, pork, salt fish of all kinds, vegetables, &c., opposite O. S. Rixford’s scythe factory, U B, h do
Lavalee Albert, boot and shoe maker, Main, L B, h do
Lavalee Xavier, retired, Main, L B
LEDUC AVILA, farmer and lime burner; lime of the very best quality always on hand and for sale, guaranteed two cents per bushel less than at any other place in the county; special discount to large buyers, Stanbridge Station road, post office address, Bedford
Leduc Damase, retired, L B
Lent Melvin, moulder, U B
LETOURNEAU J. A., physician and surgeon, office and residence Main, next door to F. C. Saunders’ drug store, and opposite Cyr’s block L B
MAGNANT ALFRED, blacksmith, carriageironer and horseshoer. Work well and promptly done at lowest rates. Particular attention paid to repairs. The best of material used. Horses shod on the most approved principle, U B, h do
Mahonev Miss Mary, ladies’ hair work, Main, L B
Mahoney Timothy, pedlar, Main, L B
Marcil François, tanner and currier, L B
MARTEL LOUIS, hair dresser; shaving, shampooing, hair cutting, hair and whisker dyeing done in the best style, Main nearly opposite the Bedford house, L B, h do
MARTIN & ALCOMBRACK (Nye C. Martin and Ebenezer Alcombrack), manufacturers of sole, upper, harness and other leather, Bedford Tannery, U B
Martin Alvin, Stanbridge Station road
Martin A. H., general merchant, Main, L B, h do
MARTIN CHARLES M., manager People’s and Farmers’ store, general grocer, fruit, fish, and confectionery; country produce bought and sold, Rice’s block, Main, L B, h L B
Martin J. H., proprietor Bedford house, Main, L B
Martin James P., farmer, U B
Martin John Irvin, Bedford house, Main, L B
Martin Nye C, (Martin & Alcombrack), Mayor of Stanbridge township, U B
Martin Mrs. James P., millinery and fancy goods, U B, h do
Martin Richard, farmer
Martin Rufus, farmer
Martin William E., farmer, L B
Masse Joseph, stove mounter, U B
Masse Napoleon, clerk, bds Bridge, L B
Mather William, carpenter, U B
McAleer Barney, farmer
McAleer Joseph, farmer
McAleer Mrs. Jane, widow Miles
McAleer Patrick, carpenter, Main, L B
McKenney Jonas, U B
Meehan George, tanner and currier, U B
Ménard Joseph, blacksmith, U B
Ménard Mrs. Moise, milliner, U B
Ménard T., laborer, L B
MICLETTE JOSEPH, boot and shoe maker; all descriptions of custom work done in the latest styles, on the shortest notice, and in the most workmanlike manner; repairs well and cheaply done, shop Main, opposite Bedford h, L B, h near railway bridge, do
Mills Reid M., millwright
Mills Samuel, U B
MISSISQUOI AND ROUVILLE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO., Edward Coslett, agent, L B
MISSISQUOI AND ROUVILLE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO., Nye C. Martin, agent, U B
Missisquoi County Agricultural Society, George Sulley, secretary-treasurer, office Court House, Main, L B
Missisquoi County Council, George Capsey, secretary-treasurer, office Court House, Main, L B
Monette Moise, farmer, U B
Montagne Theodore, farm laborer, L B
Moreau Samuel, foreman Martin & Alcombrack’s Tannery, U B
Morgan Edward W., accountant Exchange Bank of Canada, resides at Stanbridge Station
Morgan Henry, U B
Morgan William, moulder, U B
Morier & Poulin (Raphael Morier and Pierre Poulin), sash, door and blind factory, and carpenters and joiners, U B
Morits John, farm laborer, U B
Morier Raphael (Morier & Poulin), L B
Moyers Mrs. Mary, widow Médard, Main, L B
Mulvaney Patrick, farmer, U B
MUNICIPALITY TOWNSHIP OF STANBRIDGE, George Sulley, secretary-treasurer, office Court House, Main, L B
Murphy Patrick, boot and shoe maker, Main, L B
Nason Ruel, axe maker, U B
NYE REV. H. W., M.A., rector of Bedford, L B
Orris George, tanner’s apprentice, U B
Orris William, farmer, U B
Otain Peter, laborer, L B
Palmer Hiram, farmer, U B
Paré Nazare A., butcher, L B, h do
Parker Howard F., machinist, U B
Pearce John, farm laborer
PEOPLE’S AND FARMERS’ STORE, Charles M. Martin, manager, general grocer, fruit, fish and confectionery, country produce bought and sold, Rice’s block, Main, L B, h L B
POST OFFICE, Lower Bedford, Edward Coslett, postmaster
POST OFFICE, Upper Bedford, Nye C. Martin, postmaster; D. Conner, assistant do
Pouilot Peter, mason, L B
Poulin Pierre (Morier & Poulin), L B
Raymond Trefflé, scythe polisher, L B
Reed Louis J., meat market, Main, L B, h U B
Reinhardt Moses, Stanbridge Station road
REGISTRY OFFICE FOR THE COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI, Court house, Main, L B, Richard Dickinson, N.P., and Louis Joseph Demers, joint registrar
Rice Charles A., grist and saw mill owner, L B, h Bridge, do
Richer Joseph, L B
Rivet Magloire, laborer, Main, L B
Rix Almon, farmer, Main, L B
Rix Robert, mason
Rixford 0. S., manufacturer of scythe and hay knives, dealer in haying tools, U B, resides at East Highgate, Vt
Rix Thomas, mason, L B
Robinson Miss Rhoda, U B
Rolland Antoine, wheelwright, Main, L B
Rolland Frank, farmer, Stanbridge Station road
Rolland Henri, hostler, Bedford house
ROLLAND J. T., bailiff of the Superior Court acting in and for the district of Bedford, office and residence Main, L B
Rolland Levi, sewing machine agent, Stanbridge Station road
Rolland Michel, laborer, Main, L B
Rolland Mrs. Margaret, widow François, Stanbridge Station road
Rolland Pierre, laborer, Stanbridge Station road
Ross Adoniran J., blacksmith, Main near railway bridge, L B
ROSS HENRY L., saddle and harness maker and carriage trimmer, dealer in saddles, harness, whips, horse clothing, bits, spurs, &c.; best material used; good work, low prices, U B, h do
ROUSE R. B., tin and copper smith. Job work of all kinds promptly done in a superior style at moderate prices. Eavetroughing put up in the best manner. Ware exchanged for country produce, and highest cash price allowed, Main, opposite Bedford house, L B, h do
Rousseau Ed., scythe grinder, U B
Roy Mrs. F. A., assistant, and teacher of French, Bedford academy, L B
Roy Theodore, carpenter, U B
Russell Oliver, scythe grinder, U B
Ruiter Mrs. Lydia, teacher school district No. 8, L B
SAUNDERS F. C, druggist and stationer, member (by examination) of the Province of Quebec Pharmaceutical association. Dealer in drugs, chemicals, dye stuffs, writing and wrapping papers, school books, &c. Physicians’ prescriptions and private recipes carefully prepared, Main, L B
School Commissioners, parish of St Damien de Bedford, George Sulley, secretary, office Court house, Main, L B
School district No. 7, U B, Miss Stevens, teacher
School district No. 8, L B, Mrs. Lydia Ruiter, teacher
SCHOOL OF ST DAMIEN DE BEDFORD, F. X. Ed. Demers, head teacher; Mrs. F. X. Ed. Demers, assistant teacher, L B
SEATON JAMES H., saddle and harness maker. Custom work will receive particular attention, and all orders will be done in a manner to give thorough satisfaction. Best material used. Repairing at shortest notice. Prices to suit the times, Main, opposite Bedford house, L B
Shaw N. H., sewing machine manufacturer, U B, h do
Smith Martin, scythe maker, U B
Smith Martin, stove mounter, U B
Smith Nye L., foreman Bedford Times office, bds with A. L. Lance, L B
Stevens Miss, teacher school district No. 7, U B
Strane Hubert, jun., teamster, L B
Strane Hubert, sen., teamster, L B
SULLEY GEORGE, secretary-treasurer Township of Stanbridge Municipality, Co. of Missisquoi Agricultural society and Board of School Commissioners, office Court house Main, L B, resides at Mystic
SUN MUTUAL LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO. OF MONTREAL, John H. Gough, agent, Main, opposite Court house, L B
Taylor Amos, painter, L B
TERROUX ROBERT, JUN., manager Exchange Bank of Canada, Bedford Branch, resides at Bank building, Main, L B
Tessier Narcisse, farm laborer, L B
Toof Miss A. E., principal assistant Bedford academy, U B
Trembly L., blacksmith, Main, L B
UNION HOUSE, Louis Labonty, proprietor, Bridge, opposite the Court house, L B
UnWin Arthur, moulder, U B
Unwin John, farmer, U B
Unwin William, laborer, U B
Upper Bedford hotel, François Davignon, proprietor
Vaughn James A., harness maker, Bridge, L B
Viley John, teamster, U B
Viley Joseph, travelling agent, U B
Vitty Miss Annie, dry goods, &c., Main, L B, bds at John Harty’s
WALKER COMFORT M., builder and contractor. Contracts taken for the building of churches, schools and other public edifices, houses, bridges, &c., U B
WALKER MELVIN, carpenter and joiner, U B
Webb Arthur, scythe maker, U B
Welcom Frank, carpenter and joiner, L B
Whitcomb Henry, grocer, U B, h do
Wilson James, harness maker, U B
WINGATE HIRAM, watchmaker and jeweller. Having been for several years in the employ of first class
firms, I have no hesitation in warranting work done in the best style; also sewing machines of all kinds repaired, shop at C. M. Martin’s, Main, L B
Young Joseph, blacksmith and horse shoer, Main, L B, h do

CLARENCEVILLE -
After the conquest of Canada by the British the seigniory of Foucault became the property of General John Caldwell, and thence derived the name of Caldwell’s manor. Originally it belonged to the Sieur Foucault, to whom, it was granted in 1733 by the Marquis de Beauharnois, the then Governor, the grant being subsequently confirmed by the King of France.

As for the Seigniory of Noyan, a captain of marines, Chavoy de Noyan by name, got a grant of it in 1733 from the same Governor, said grant being afterwards ratified by the King. By the treaty of Paris, signed May 16th 1763, Canada and its adjacent territories became a possession of Great Britain, and one of the results of this transfer was that this seigniory passed into the hands of Gabriel Christie, Esq., and was known as Christie’s Manor. It was not till after Canada was a British colony that any settlements were made in either of the seigniories named. The pioneers or first comers were of many origins, the southern part of Noyan, in common with Foucault, being settled principally by families of English, Scotch, Irish and German extraction.

The seigniories are divided into two parishes: St. George de Clarenceville and St. Thomas de Foucault, the first comprising the eastern parts, and the last the western portions of both.

The land is extremely productive, yielding a full return for the labor bestowed upon it; its surface is generally level, and, with the exception of a little swampy land in the parish of St. George de Clarenceville, is all under a state of advanced cultivation.

Clarenceville, pleasantly situated at the junction of four roads, in this parish, is the chief centre of trade for the whole section of country comprised in Foucault and Noyan, and is partly in the one, and partly in the other.

Where the four roads meet is a square, in the centre of which stands a tall liberty poll, emblematic of the freedom which we all enjoy. To the east are the Episcopalian and Canada Methodist Churches, both handsome edifices and ornaments to the village; opposite is the Clarenceville hotel. From the remaining sides streets diverge north and south, some portions of them being, as the saying is, as pretty as a picture.

Clarenceville is quite near the dominions of our hugh (sic) neighbor “Uncle Sam”, the boundary line separating the possessions of the “British Lion” from those of the “American Eagle” being but four miles distant as applied to the State of Vermont, and eight to that of New York. It is a port of entry. For the year ending June 30th, 1879, the imports were $5,020, the duties collected being $974.21.

Clarenceville is distant from Alburgh Springs, Vt., 5 miles; Rouse’s Point, N.Y., 10 miles; from the Richelieu river, 2-½ miles, in crossing which to the Lacolle Station of the Grand Trunk Railway, ½ mile from the shore, a fine view of Fort Lennox, on Isle aux Noix, the properly of the Canadian Government, is had. To Bedford, the chef-lieu of the county, it is 16 miles; to Missisquoi Bay, 4 miles; and to the pretty and picturesque village of Philipsburg on its northern bank, 12 miles. Mails daily. Population about 400.

Atkins Robert, pensioner
Audette Peter, farm laborer
Beerworth Charles, farmer
Beerworth Frank, farmer
Beerworth Henry, retired
Bellaire Israel, boot and shoe maker
Billings Daniel, farmer
Boyd William, carriagemaker
Bush Hiram C, bailiff Superior Court district of Bedford
Bush Mrs. A. J., widow Leonard
Bush Mrs. L., widow
CLARENCEVILLE AND AIRD MAIL STAGE LINE, Samuel O. Clark, proprietor
CLARENCEVILLE AND LACOLLE MAIL STAGE LINE, Samuel O. Clark, proprietor
CLARENCEVILLE AND MIRANDA MAIL STAGE LINE, Samuel O. Clark, proprietor
CLARENCEVILLE CARRIAGE FACTORY, E. A. Noel, proprietor
Clarenceville Circuit Methodist Church of Canada, rev. John Stewart, superintendent
Clarenceville hotel, P. C. Martin, proprietor
Clark George Nelson, farmer
CLARK SAMUEL 0., proprietor Clarenceville and Lacolle, Clarenceville and Aird, and Clarenceville and Miranda mail stage lines, also livery. Commercial travellers and others supplied with good horses and vehicles at the most moderate charges
Colton Mrs. M., wid Henry
COLTON WILLIAM HENRY, farmer, secretary-treasurer of the municipality of St. George de Clarenceville and clerk of the local Magistrates Court
Connor D. D., clerk Clarenceville hotel
Curtis Enoch, farmer
Curtis Myron S., farmer
CUSTOM HOUSE, William Mead Pattison, collector
Derby C., & Co. (Charles Derby, and H. C. Hyde), general dealers
Derby Charles (C. Derby & Co.)
DERICK A. H., postmaster and general merchant, dealer in dry goods, ready-made clothing, hats and caps, boots and shoes, groceries, provisions, crockery, glassware, &c.; cook stoves in great variety
Derick Alonzo, farmer
Derick Daniel, carpenter and joiner
Derick F. U., stoves and tinware
Derick George Nelson, farmer
Derick Ransom, farmer
Derick Thomas H., assistant postmaster
District School No. 1, Miss C. M. Smith, teacher
District School No. 3, H. F. Green, teacher
Dupuis Joseph J. B., M.D.
DuVernet rev. Canon Edward, rector of Clarenceville
Ellis Thomas, gardener
Evans Charles, farmer
Evans Myron, blacksmith and horseshoer
Green H. F., teacher district school No. 3
Grenon John, harness maker
Griggs Simon, jobber
Hunter John, J.P., farmer
Hyde H. C. (C. Derby & Co.)
Johnson George W., retired
Johnson Hiram, civil engineer and provincial land surveyor
Lake Nelson W., blacksmith
Linihen Patrick, tailor
Little Stewart, farmer
Macneil John, farmer
Martin P. C., proprietor Clarenceville hotel
McFEE ALBERT, saddle and harness maker, manufacturer and dealer in all kinds of coach pad harness,
single and double driving harness, halters, surcingles, sweat pads, zinc collar caps, bits, whips, horse clothing, &c. Repairs promptly done at lowest rates, satisfaction guaranteed
McGregor George, carpenter and joiner
McMillan Mrs., widow
Methodist Church of Canada, rev. John Stewart, pastor
Miller Henry M., clerk
MUNICIPALITY OF THE PARISH OF ST GEORGE DE CLARENCEVILLE, Wm. Henry Colton, secretary-treasurer
NOEL E. A., proprietor Clarenceville Carriage factory. Largest and best stock of carriages, buggies, waggons (sic), sleighs, cutters, &c., in this section. Blacksmiths work of all kinds, repairing and horse shoeing at lowest prices. Carriage painting and trimming done in the best style; carriage tips, shaft rubbers, &c., always on hand
PATTISON WILLIAM MEAD, collector of customs
POST OFFICE, A. H. Derick, postmaster
Provinçial Charles, laborer
Reynolds John, retired
Reynolds John C., sexton St. George’s church
Rowe C. S., lieut.-col. 60th battalion, Missisquoi
Salls Daniel, farmer
Salls Duncan, laborer
Salls E. & F. (Miss Ella and Miss Frances Salls), millinery and dressmaking
Salls Miss Ella (E. & F. Salls)
Salls Miss Frances (E. & F. Salls)
Sawyer C. H., general merchant
SCHUTT JASPER, farmer
School Commissioners, Parish of St George de Clarenceville, A. H. Derick, chairman; H. C. Hyde,
secretary-treasurer
Smith Miss C. M., teacher district school No. 1
Stewart rev. John, pastor Methodist Church of Canada
St. George’s Church, rev. Canon Edward DuVernet, rector of Clarenceville
ST. JOHN & SON (Thomas P. and Marshal N. St. John), first-class boot and shoe makers. Custom work made to order in the latest styles, promptly, and at the most moderate rates. Have taken first prizes at
the county fair for both plain and fancy work whenever we competed. Satisfaction guaranteed
St. John Alexander, blacksmith and horse shoer
St. John Chas. H., boot and shoemaker
St. John Marshal N. (St. John & Son)
St. John Thomas P. (St. John & Son)
STRUTHERS JAMES, carriage maker. Carriages, buggies, waggons and sleighs on hand or built to order in the latest styles, at the lowest paying rates. Repairs of all kinds, also carriage painting and trimming cheaply, promptly and thoroughly executed
TASKER RANSOM D., manufacturer and dealer in furniture, and undertaker. Parlor, dining-room,
bedroom and kitchen furniture on hand or supplied to order on the shortest notice at less than Montreal price. Coffins, caskets, robes and other funeral furnishings always in stock. A good hearse for hire at moderate charges; furniture and other repairs cheaply, promptly and thoroughly done
Taylor Henry, laborer
Terry John, laborer
Tetreault L., blacksmith
Westwood Alexander, retired
Young Daniel, farmer
YOUNG PHILIP R., M.D., physician and surgeon

COWANSVILLE -
The first actual settler within the present limits of the ground on which this progressive place now stands was Captain Jacob Ruiter, a U. E. loyalist from the State of New York, who, after remaining in Philipsburg for sixteen years, came here in 1793, and settled on the south side of the river which now furnishes the power used for the running of the flouring mills of G. K. Nesbitt, Esq., the woollen manufactory of the Messrs. W. & A. Morison, and the Freeport mills, one half mile from Cowansville, of which Percival L. Cowan is the proprietor. Two years after his arrival the Captain built a grist mill, and a good idea of the changes which time has since brought about can be obtained from the mention of the fact that the set of stones required for this mill, which were conveyed here from Philipsburg by way of Dunham, could not be carried from the latter place until a road had been made through the forest expressly for that purpose.

The next settler was A. M. Bachelor, from the United States; and Augustus Winchester, after residing for some time previously in the adjoining village of Sweetsburg, on the grounds on which is now erected the dwelling of the Hon. Geo. B. Baker, the popular representative of the County of Missisquoi in the House of Commons, was the third. With one exception, Peter Cowan, Esq., the present sheriff for the District of Bedford, was the next. He occupied a store and dwelling on what is now known as South street, since changed into a private residence, now that of John Massie, sen., the father of the proprietor of “The Cowansville Observer”.  When the third house had been erected in the new settlement, which Captain Ruiter had the honer of founding, he bestowed upon it the name of Nelsonville, in remembrance and as an appreciation of the great talents of Admiral Lord Nelson, whose axiom, “England expects every man to do his duty,” is “as familiar in our mouths as household words.”

Forty-three years ago, that is in 1836, the village contained but four houses, although in its near vicinity there was one, perhaps two, others, while its population, all told, was not more than forty.

Skipping the intervening period, and passing on to the present time, a few additional remarks in reference to this really thriving place may not prove devoid of interest:

Cowansville is situated in the Township of Dunham, and, as already intimated, was originally called Nelsonville. It was found, however, that mail matter addressed to Nelsonville sometimes found its way to a place called Nelson, in the then Province of Upper Canada; it was therefore decided to change its name, and a public meeting of the inhabitants having been called, it was agreed that the designation of the post office should be changed to Cowansville, after the then postmaster, Peter Cowan, Esq.

Previous to the erection of the court house and jail in Sweetsburg, in 1861 the legal business of the Counties of Brome, Missisquoi  and Shefford, comprising the District of Bedford, was done at this place, and all legal documents executed here were dated at Nelsonville.

Some eight years ago a marked impetus was given to the growth of the village by the building of the South Eastern Railway, and so rapid has been the advancement since that time that to-day it must be considered as one of the most important stations on the line. The railway supplied advantages in the transportation of freight, which were improved by many of those doing business here, and notably by G. K. Nesbitt, Esq., mill owner, who at once went largely into the manufacture of flour and the grain and feed business, which he still carries on on an extensive scale. About the same period (in 1871) the Eastern Townships Bank opened a branch of their business here, under the management of W. J. Briggs, Esq., (now acting in the same position for this bank at Waterloo,) who was succeeded about three years ago by James Mackinnon, Esq. So rapidly did the banking business grow that the Board of Directors deemed it advisable to erect a suitable building for their purposes in this village, and now the bank forms one of the most attractive and prominent edifices in the place.

One thing which probably did very much in developing the interests of Cowansville was the establishing of a newspaper here. The Cowansville Observer was commenced in September, 1870, by John Massie, jr., Esq., who was assisted in its editorial management during the first two years by W. W. Lynch, Esq., the popular member of the Quebec Legislature for Brome county. The Observer started under anything but favorable prospects, the District of Bedford Times having suspended publication at Sweetsburg only about nine months previously; but its founder, being a practical printer of considerable experience in some of the cities of Canada and the United States, and being possessed of an indomitable perseverance, which is bound to succeed in nearly anything he undertakes, conceived the idea of devoting a considerable space to matters transpiring within a radius of twenty miles, a course which brought down upon him the sarcasm of many of his contemporaries for a time, but a course which
he has lived to see copied by these same contemporaries, who previously deemed nothing short of a burglary, murder or suicide of sufficient importance to occupy their space.

The severe financial depression which has hung like a darkening cloud over the land for the past five years — a cloud, however, through which the light of returning prosperity begins to glimmer — was, of course, felt here as, elsewhere, several business houses being obliged to succumb to the pressure of the times. At present, however, there are a number of shrewd and energetic men engaged in commercial enterprise in Cowansville whose views in regard to the manner in which success in business is to be
obtained, being sound, business-like and fully abreast of the times in which they live, attract a large amount of trade from an unusually large section of the surrounding country.

There is a very large export business done in this place in butter and cheese, and nowhere in the Eastern Townships is the competition in these articles keener, the market at Cowansville having various shippers to the cities in the United States and Europe.

Manufacturing enterprises have also a fair share of attention. Besides Mr. Nesbitt’s mill, already referred to, Mr. Brewer of the Cowansville carriage factory turns out a large number of buggies, waggons, sleighs, and so forth, while Mr. Sloggett’s furniture establishment is equal to any demands that may be made upon it for the furnishing of the houses of the inhabitants of this section; then there is the firm of W. & A. Morison, woollen manufacturers, who in addition to doing a large custom business, manufacture large quantities of blankets for exportation.

About half a mile from the village is a place called Freeport, which, like Cowansville, is situated on the south fork of the Yamaska River. Here are located the Freeport Mills the property of Percival L. Cowan, Esq.

Cowansville is distant from Abbott’s Corner 13 miles, Adamsville (Brome Co.) 6 miles, Bedford 16 miles, Boscobel (Shefford Co.) 33 miles, Clarenceville 33 miles, Dunham (Dunham Flats) 6 miles, Frelighsburg 12 miles, Frost Village (Shefford Co.) 19 miles, Granby (Shefford Co.) 16 miles, Knowlton (Brome Co.) 12 miles, Lawrenceville (Shefford Co.) 30 miles, Mansonville (Brome Co.) 30 miles, Noyan or St. Thomas, 36 miles, Pigeon Hill 17 miles, Philipsburg 24 miles, Roxton Falls (Shefford Co.) 34 miles, Sutton Flats (Brome Co.) 11 miles, Sweetsburg 1 mile and 6-10, Stanbridge East 12 miles, St. Johns (St. Johns Co ) 32 miles, Waterloo (Shefford Co.) 21 miles, and Farnham 15 miles, from Montreal 56, Kingston 228, Toronto 389, Hamilton 426, St. Catharines 458, Niagara Falls 470, London 504, and Detroit, Mich., 614 miles; via Montreal from Quebec 228, St. John, N.B., 636, Halifax, N.S., 712, Charlottetown, P. E. Island, 936, and Liverpool, England, 2,298 miles. Population by actual computation between 950 and 1000.

Abbreviations Used: Adv., advertisement; bds, boards; do, same place or same street; h, house; S. E. R., South Eastern Railway.
The names in capital letters are those of advertisers and subscribers.
Note:  Street is understood; example, Eastern Townships bank, Cowansville branch, Main, means Main street.

Allen William, section man S. E, R., Freeport
AMERICAN HOUSE, Mrs. E. M. Martindale, proprietress; 0. A. Martindale, manager, Main
Basnar Louis, printer, bds South
Beaudry Joseph, weaver, Caroline
Bedwell William, brickmaker, Freeport
BELL JOHN J., architect, contractor, bridge and general builder; references given when required. Main,
near the Missisquoi High School
Belknapp Frank, baker, bds with L. C. Parsons, South
BIBLE DEPOSITORY, Montreal Auxiliary of the British and Foreign Bible society, A. Oliver, agent, Main
BOOTH F. C., manufacturer of tin, copper and sheet iron ware, stove pipes, &c., and dealer in stoves, iron ware, &c. Roofing, eave-troughing and all job work personally attended to, and superior workmanship guaranteed, Main, bds with James Ruiter, Main
Boucher F. X., boot and shoe maker, South
Bousquet Joseph, mason, John
Bowker David, engineer S. E. R., Depot
Boyd Mrs. Mary, widow James, South
Brady John, agent Horatio Horskin, Bedford, Caroline
Brennan Thomas, laborer, John
BREWER ALFRED, manufacturer of carriages, waggons, sleighs, &c. A good stock of the above at lowest
prices and of the best manufacture always on hand; carriage painting, trimming, and repairs promptly,
well, and cheaply done, Albert, h do
Buck Orrin, laborer, Depot
Buzzell E. (Buzzell Brothers), resides at Montreal
Buzzell Nelson, clerk, (with Buzzell Brothers), Victoria square
BUZZELL BROTHERS (Thomas D. and E. Buzzell), dealers in groceries, provisions, crockery, glassware,
boots and shoes, paints, oils, &c., jobbers in harness, hardware and shoemakers’ findings, wholesale dealers in butter and cheese, Exchange block, Victoria square
Buzzell Thomas D. (Buzzell Brothers), Victoria square
Cameron William L., insurance agent, Freeport
CANADA FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE CO. OF HAMILTON, William H. Macfarlane, agent, Main
CARPENTER JOHN H., chemist and druggist, dealer in drugs, chemicals, patent medicines, perfumery,
toilet articles, dye stuffs, &c. Also books, stationery, musical merchandise, &c., proprietor Carpenter’s
Asthma Cure, for Asthma, Catarrh, Bronchitis, &c., Hull’s block, Main, h Main
Carter William P., Main
Chandler Linus L., manager at J. Landsberg’s, Main
Champagne Baptiste, section man S. E. R., Depot
Champagne Frank, laborer, North
Champagne George, laborer, North
Champagne Joseph, laborer, North
Champagne Pierre, laborer, South
Christie David Urquhart, tailor, Main
Church Lewis M., clerk with N. A. Mansfield, h Dunham road
CLEVELAND ARTHUR 0., station agent South Eastern Railway, also agent United States and Canada Express Co., and Montreal Telegraph Co., office Depot, h do
Cleveland Cyrus, foreman at Freeport mills, resides at Freeport
Clow Charles, teamster, South
Congregational church, Main, rev. B. W. Day, pastor
COTTON CEDRIC L., M.D., office Main, opposite the old Court house, h Main
Cotton Charles E., M.D., office and residence Main
Cotton Karl C., dental student, Main
Cowan Henry E., timekeeper Freeport mills, resides Freeport
COWAN PERCIVAL L., proprietor Freeport mills, manufacturer of all kinds of lumber, butter tubs, cheese boxes, sap buckets, shingles, &c. Dimension timber a specialty. Office and residence Freeport, post office address Cowansville
COWAN PETER, sheriff district of Bedford, and official assignee for same, office Court house, Sweetsburg, h Albert
Cowansville Academy, Main, Joseph Ringland, principal
COWANSVILLE BRANCH, Eastern Townships Bank, J. Mackinnon, manager, Main
COWANSVILLE CIRCUIT, METHODIST CHURCH OF CANADA (Cowansville, Sweetsburg, East Farnham, Fordyce’s Corners, Farnham Glen and Freeport), rev. S. G. Phillips, superintendent, h, Main
COWANSVILLE HOUSE, Jonas Rooney, proprietor. Travellers will find this a first-class house. Excellent sample rooms. A superior livery in connection with the hotel, Main
COWANSVILLE OBSERVER (The), John Massie, jun., editor and proprietor, Main
Crivou Frank, baker, Church, h do
Curtis George, patent right agent, Main
Day rev. B. W., pastor Congregational church, Main
Demarra Joseph, carpenter, John
Dent Mrs. Mary, widow Joseph, South
DODGSON BURTON R., house painter and decorator, tinting, white washing, &c. All orders in the above done in the best style, at lowest prices, and guaranteed to give satisfaction, South
Dent William, farmer, South
Douglas Robert, farmer, Church
Downey Michael, laborer, John
Dupras Joseph, mason and plasterer, Freeport
Dupras Theophile, mason and plasterer, Freeport
Duranleau Albert, clerk with Buzzell Brothers, bds Victoria square
EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK, Cowansville Branch, J. Mackinnon, manager, Main
EASTERN TOWNSHIPS MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO., John Massie, jun., agent, office Main
Ellison Edmond C., farmer, Freeport
Ellison George, farm hand, Freeport
EXCHANGE HOTEL, B. Minckler, proprietor. First class house. Meals at all hours. Terms $1 per day, also livery equal to any in the county. Depot square, opposite Railroad station
Farr Mrs. Susan, North
Farrell Thomas, section man S.E.R., Caroline
Farwell F. G., clerk Eastern Townships bank, bds with J. P. Stinehour, Main
Foster John, mason, South
Foster Thomas, mason, South
FREEPORT MILLS, Percival L. Cowan, proprietor
Fuller Darwin, Church
Fuller Moreau, butter and cheese dealer, Church
Funall John, laborer, John
FYLES REV. T. W., rector of Nelsonville, Main
Garbutt William, butcher, Main
Getty Andrew, farmer. South
GEASON H. E., postmaster and general merchant, dealer in dry goods, groceries, hardware, crockery, glassware, paints, oils, &c. A large supply of wall paper always on hand. Flour and salt wholesale and retail, corner Main and South, h River
Gleason Mrs. Lucinda, widow H., Main
Goff Homer J., clerk, Cowansville House
Goyette Charles, driver, Cowansville House
Goyette John, ditcher, Albert
Goyette J. B., sexton Church of Ste Rose de Lima, Albert
Grenier François, blacksmith and horse shoer, Albert, h do
Grenier Nelson, sawyer, Freeport mills, Freeport
Griggs Calvin, mill hand, Freeport
Griggs Forrest T., clerk S.E.R., bds with Arthur O. Cleveland. Depot
GRIGOR RICHARD R., wholesale and retail dealer in flour, grain and country produce, corner South and
Caroline, h do
Hair Winfield, cabinetmaker, bds Main
Hall Landon, organist Trinity church
Harbison Mrs. Mary Ann, widow Samuel B., South
Harris Samuel A., carpenter and joiner, John
Hart M. O., notary public, agent Missisquoi and Rouville Mutual Fire Insurance Co., Main, h do
HEMPHILL GEORGE, manufacturer and dealer in all descriptions of harness. Good work and low prices guaranteed, Main, h do
HEMPHILL MRS. GEORGE, milliner, dealer in fashionable millinery goods, mantles, mantle trimmings and ladies’ caps and furs of all kinds; all goods of the very best quality and sold at reasonable prices, Main, h do
Hodges Benjamin U., carriage and house painter, Albert, h do
Hollaway William, gardener, Main
HULL 0. N., watchmaker and jeweller, dealer in watches, clocks, jewellery, plated ware, fancy goods, &c.,
Hull’s block, Main, h  Main, Sweetsburg
Husband William, carpenter and joiner, Freeport
JACKSON JOHN, photographic artist. Every variety of picture, from the smallest miniature to life size, taken in the best style of the art at reasonable prices; copying and enlarging in India ink or colors, Main street, Cowansville, and Lake house, Knowlton, h Main
Jacques George E., River Dale farm, Freeport
Johnson George, blacksmith and horse shoer, Albert, h do
Jones J., blacksmith and horse shoer, South, h Main
Jones James, farm laborer, Church
Jovian Joseph, laborer, Willard
Jones Mrs. Joseph, milliner and dressmaker, Main, h do
Julien Charles, laborer, Freeport
Julien E., laborer, Freeport
Julien Thomas, laborer, Freeport
Julien William, laborer, Freeport
Kathan William, farmer, William
Kemp George H., auctioneer and bailiff superior Court, district of Bedford South
Kirkpatrick David, carpenter, Church
Kirkpatrick Joseph, farmer, Church
LABONTE NOEL V. D., saddle and harness maker, also boot and shoe maker; all work in the above guaranteed first-class in style, material, and workmanship, and sold at prices to suit the times. Repairs skilfully, cheaply and promptly done, south end of the Bridge, h William
L’Amour Felix, laborer, North
Lampman Abram, farmer, Freeport
LANDSBERG J., importer and dealer in fancy and staple dry goods, carpets, oil-cloths, ready-made clothing, furs, hats and caps, boots and shoes, groceries, provisions, crockery, glassware, paints, oils, &c., also at Frelighsburg, resides at Frelighsburg
LANGEVIN NORBERT CHARLES, boot and shoe maker, custom work done to order, and guaranteed first-class in style, material and workmanship; prices very low. Sign of the big boot, south end of the Bridge, River corner South, h do
La Rochelle George, laborer, South
La Rochelle Mrs. J., widow T., South
Latour Charles, tailor, bds with Chas. Millotte, Main
LAUDER J., L.D.S., D.D.S., (late of the firm of Beers & Lauder, Monreal) office, South, nearly opposite
Trinity church, resides with William Kathan
Laviolette Eudolph, carriagemaker
Lavoie Narcisse, boot and shoe maker, bds with N. V. D. Labonté
LAWRENCE EDWIN E., dealer in staple and fancy dry goods, gents’ furnishings, ready-made clothing, hats and caps, boots and shoes, groceries, provisions, hardware, paints, oils, glass, wall paper, and general
merchandise, Main, h do
LEACH J. L., manufacturer of cabinet furniture of all descriptions; special attention given to inlaid marble in bedroom sets, centre tables, side boards, &c.; picture framing a specialty; a large stock of picture
frame and door mouldings constantly on hand, River, h do
Leavens Linus, clerk at H. E. Gleason’s, bds River
Mair David, Mayor of Cowansville, William
MACFARLANE WILLIAM H., agent for the Stanstead and Sherbrooke Mutual Fire Insurance Co., The Royal Insurance Co. of Liverpool (fire branch), Canada Fire and Marine Insurance Co. of Hamilton, and the Sun Mutual Life and Accident Insurance Co. of Montreal, also professor of vocal and instrumental music, office and residence Main
Mackay Mrs. Mary, widow Charles, Main
MACKINNON J., manager Eastern Townships Bank, Cowansville Branch, resides Bank building, Main
Macpherson John A., Main
MANSFIELD N. A., dealer in dry goods, groceries, provisions, crockery and glassware, boots and shoes,
hats and caps, hardware, and the assortment usually found in a first-class general store, South near the
Bridge, h do
Mariot Joseph, laborer, Freeport
Martin Jesse S., South
Martindale Mrs. E. M., proprietress American House, Main
Martindale O. A., manager American House
MASSIE JOHN, jun., editor and proprietor “The Cowansville Observer”, book and job printer, and agent Montreal Telegraph Co., Main, h South
MASSIE JOHN, sen., dealer in school books, fancy goods and agent for Lazarus & Morris’ celebrated perfected spectacles and eye glasses, Main, h River
Mayo Frank, farmer, Freeport
McLean James, barkeeper Exchange Hotel
McQuillen John, clerk at J. Landsberg’s, bds Victoria square
Mercier François, Laborer, Welland
METHODIST CHURCH OF CANADA, Main, rev. S. G. Philips, M.A., pastor
MILOTTE CHARLES, (late of Montreal) custom tailor. A long experience in the business enables me to guarantee satisfaction. Customers can depend upon getting the latest styles, best workmanship and lowest prices, Hull’s Block, Main, h Main
Milotte Joseph, tailor, bds with Chs. Milotte, Main
MINCKLER B., proprieter Exchange Hotel. First-class house. Meals at all hours. Terms $1 per day. Also livery equal to any in the county. Depot square, opposite Railroad station
Missisquoi and Rouville Mutual Fire Insurance Co., M. O. Hart, agent, Main
Mojeau Louis, laborer, John
MONTREAL CHEAP CASH STORE, L. Vineberg, dealer in bankrupt stocks, keeps always on hand boots, shoes, groceries and ready-made clothing, and sells the same cheap for cash, opposite G. K. Nesbitt’s flouring mills
MONTREAL TELEGRAPH CO., Arthur O. Cleveland, agent, office South Eastern Railway Depot
MONTREAL TELEGRAPH CO., John Massie, jun., agent, Main
Morison Archibald (W. & A. Morison), South
Morison James S., finisher, South
Morison John, spinner, South
Morison John S., finisher, South
MORISON W. & A. (William and Archibald Morison), woollen manufacturers. Blankets, flannels, fulled cloth, tweeds and stocking yarn made to order. All work warranted. Prices low, River
Morison William (W. & A. Morison), Caroline
Mullin John (Smyth & Mullin), resides at Granby
Mullin John J., clerk at Smyth & Mullin’s, bds at Cowansville House
MUNICIPALITY OF THE VILLAGE OF COWANSVILLE, William Stevenson, secretary-treasurer, office William
NESBITT G. K., flouring mills, manufacturer, wholesale and retail dealer in flour, feed and grain of all kinds, South, h River. Also custom grist mill at Frelighsburg
Nichols George A., fuller, South
OBSERVER, THE COWANSVILLE, John Massie, jun., editor and proprietor
O’Halloran James, Q.C., advocate, office and residence Main
Oldall Sidney, butter buyer, Main
OLIVER A., wholesale and retail dealer in flour, salt, grain of all kinds, groceries, dry goods, boots and shoes and a complete assortment of general merchandise, Main, h do
Oliver William, clerk, Main
Ouellet Joseph, printer, bds South
Parsonage John D., clerk, Church
Parsonage Mrs. John, teacher school district No. 1, village of Cowansville, Church
Parsons L. C., bread, cake and cracker baker, South, bds at Cowansville house
Pharaoh Charles, Main
Pharaoh John, butcher and farmer, Main
Pharaoh John A., cattle and sheep dealer, Main
PHILLIPS REV. S. G, M.A., pastor Methodist Church of Canada, Main
Potvin B., laborer, Church
Potvin Michel, laborer, Freeport
POST OFFICE, H. E. Gleason, postmaster, Main corner South
Prevey Alexander A., miller, bds River
QUACKENBOSS WILLIAM, general grocer, dealer in flour, salt, coal, iron, hardware, crockery, glassware,
&c.; farmers’ produce taken in exchange at the highest market value, South, h do
Rennie Charles, clerk, bds with Wm. Quackenboss, South
Reynolds Willard, farm laborer, Albert
Ringland Joseph, principal Cowansville Academy, Church
Robinson E. N., teller Eastern Townships bank, bds at Cowansville House, Main
ROONEY JONAS, proprietor Cowansville House. Travellers will find this a first-class house. Excellent
sample rooms. A superior livery in connection with the hotel, Main
Ross J. Albert, carpenter and joiner, Freeport
Ross Robert, farmer, North
ROYAL INSURANCE CO. OF LIVERPOOL (The), William H. Macfarlane, agent fire branch, Main
Ruiter Jacob James, farmer, Freeport
RUITER JAMES, farmer, bailiff Superior Court, District of Bedford, office and residence Main
Ruiter Miss Louisa, teacher School district No. 2, village of Cowansville, Main
Ruiter Nelson, farmer, River
Ruiter Phillip, farmer, Freeport
Russell Francis, mill hand, Freeport
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS, village of Cowansville, William Stevenson, secretary-treasurer, office William
School District No. 1, village of Cowansville, Mrs. John Parsonage, teacher, South
School District No. 2, village of Cowansville, Miss Louisa Ruiter, teacher, Main
Scott Albert P., drug clerk, Main
Shufelt David A., Main
SILVAINT AUGUSTUS, hairdresser. Everything appertaining to the business done in good style, between the Cowansville House and the American Hotel, Main
Sloggett Charles B., cabinetmaker, Main
SLOGGETT THOMAS, manufacturer and dealer in all kinds of parlor, dining room, library, and bedroom furniture, of which he has always in stock one of the largest and best assortments in this section of country, while the prices are reduced to the lowest figure to suit the times; also undertaking in all its branches, Main, h do
Smith Clark M., section foreman S. E. R., bds at Exchange Hotel, Depot
SMYTH & MULLIN (Joseph Smyth and John Mullin), bankrupt stock traders, general dry goods merchants, also dealers in ready made clothing, boots and shoes, teas and tobaccos, Main and Main, Granby
Smyth Joseph (Smyth & Mullin), bds at Cowansville House, Main
SOUTH EASTERN RAILWAY, Arthur 0. Cleveland, station agent
STANSTEAD AND SHERBROOKE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO., William H, Macfarlane, agent, Main
Steel Charles, section man S. E. R., South
Steel Mrs. Mary Ann, widow John William, South
Stevens William, carpenter and joiner, Main, h do
Stevenson the Misses (Miss Eliza and Miss Mary Ann), dressmakers, Main
STEVENSON WILLIAM, secretary-treasurer municipality of Cowansville village and of school commissioners, also bailiff Superior Court district of Bedford, office and residence William
Stevenson W. A., carriage maker, William
Stinehour John P., produce dealer, Main
Stinehour Mrs. Charlotte A. M., widow John P., Main
St. Pierre J., hostler, Cowansville house
SUN MUTUAL LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO. OF MONTREAL, William H. Macfarlane, agent, Main
Taylor Job W., clerk at J. Landsberg’s, h Victoria square
Taylor Robert, printer, bds South
THE COWANSVILLE OBSERVER, John Massie, jun., editor and proprietor, Main
Thomson Mrs. Christina, widow William, Caroline
TRINITY CHURCH, South, rev. T. W. Fyles, rector
Turner Edward H., baker, South
Turner Hamilton, sexton Trinity church
Turner James T., carpenter and joiner, South
Turner Miss Jane A., dressmaker, South
UNITED STATES AND CANADA EXPRESS CO., Arthur O. Cleveland, agent, office South Eastern Railway Depot
Viens Damase, saddle and harness maker, bds with N. V. D. Labonté
VINEBERG L., Montreal cheap cash store, dealer in bankrupt stocks; keeps constantly on hand boots,
shoes, groceries, and ready made clothing, and sells the same cheap for cash, opposite G. K. Nesbitt’s
flouring mills, h do
Wallace Mrs., widow, Depot
Watson James, retired, Caroline
Webb Calvin, plasterer, Freeport
Whitney George, printer, River
Whitney Mrs. Sarah, widow William, River
Woods John, stonecutter, South

DUNHAM -
In 1796 the township of Dunham was granted to Thomas Dunn and thirty-three associates, whose names may be found by any one who has a curiosity to know who they were in Mrs. C. M. Day’s “History of the Eastern Townships”, where it is further stated that this is said to be the first township erected in Lower Canada. The village of Dunham is situated in the parish of Ste. Croix in this township, and for a new country is quite ancient. It dates back as far as 1795, and, as the surrounding rural district became settled and its resources developed, it gradually assumed considerable importance as a business centre. Seventy-two years from the date of its foundation, or, in other words and to be very exact, on the 1st of January, 1867, it was incorporated. Andrew Ten Eyck was one of those to whom the grant was made, and we find him mentioned as one of the earliest inhabitants, if not the very first, coming as he did from New Jersey in 1793. Joseph Baker and family arrived in 1799 from Petersham, Mass., after a wearisome and hazardous journey in primitive style. The same year, or about the same time, George Shufelt, Henry Church, Jacob Ruiter, John Church, and Isaac Gleason, are added to the list of  settlers. Many of these names are yet familiar among the present population. Failing, for reasons which it is not necessary to specify here, to secure close railway connections, its business has not increased of late years at the rate that it might have done had the opposite been the case. Nevertheless, nothing can deprive the village of its beautiful situation and romantic scenery. As a delightful summer retreat, Dunham can scarcely be surpassed, having in almost every direction delightful drives on excellent roads. From several points there are views of the fine mountain ranges, and from others a large portion of the valley of the St. Lawrence including, on clear days, the Montreal Mountain. A short drive takes the visitor to a delightful sheet of water, once called Selby Lake, now known as the Dunham pond, which covers about 600 acres, always smooth for boating and well supplied with fish.

The Dunham Ladies’ College, for the higher education of young ladies, adds to the interest of the village. The site has been well chosen, being elevated, surrounded by beautiful and well-wooded hills with mountains in the distance. The College buildings were specially designed for the purposes for which they are used. The rooms are large, lofty, and well-ventilated, and the building is heated throughout by hot-air. The public rooms consist of a large, with several smaller class rooms, reception-room and drawing-room, which are devoted to the uses of students and their friends and visitors, of course under proper supervision. The building is surrounded on three sides by a broad and spacious verandah. Its length is 81 feet; breadth 52 feet, and consists of a basement and three stories. The two uppermost stories, are divided off into sleeping apartments, and are sufficient to accommodate 80 boarders.

The necessity for an institution devoted to the higher education of women having long been felt by churchmen throughout the diocese, some six years ago, at a meeting of the Deanery of Bedford, a committee of four clergymen, with Archdeacon Lindsay as chairman, was appointed to enquire into the possibility of realizing the wishes of the public. After much discussion, Dunham was chosen as the site of a Ladies’ College, the people of Dunham and its vicinity giving the necessary land, and some $3,000 or
$4,000 towards the institution. An Act of Incorporation was obtained, and one clergyman and one layman from each parish of the Deanery, with the Lord Bishop of Montreal as President, and Archdeacon Lindsay as Vice-President, were to compose the Corporation of the Dunham Ladies’ College. A building committee was formed, which decided to wait until $5,000 could be raised to build the College, and at least the same sum as an endowment fund Rev. Canon Henderson, of Montreal, then Rector of Dunham, upon whom fell the greater part of the work, never lost courage,  though encountering many obstacles, and working under great difficulties. Finally sufficient money was collected to commence the College, and when he left Dunham, in 1877, to take his present position as Principal of the Theological College, Montreal, Canon Henderson had the satisfaction of leaving Dunham College almost completed.

In September, 1875, the corporation handed over the building to Mrs. Oakley, then Miss Brandford Griffith, who, with an able staff of teachers, immediately set to work to place the Dunham Ladies’ College in the first rank of such institutions. From the beginning the success of the undertaking was secured. Nearly sixty pupils have attended during the past year. At the meeting of the Corporation at Dunham, February 25th, 1879, the Corporation vested their powers in the Bishop, who leased the College to Mrs. Oakley, then Miss Brandford Griffith, for a term of five years.

The Dunham Graded School is another of the institutions of the place which should not be passed over in silence. It is of three grades, having a head master and two assistant teachers. It is affiliated to McGill College University, and its course of study covers the second year of a University course. There are four terms of ten weeks each, and the tuition of the intermediate and senior grades respectively is 30 and 45 cents a week. Board can be had in the village for $2.50 a week. The present head master has taught twenty-three years in different schools in England and Canada.

From a manufacturing point of view Dunham is not of as much importance as some other localities in the country. It, however, contains one (perhaps more) concern of very long standing — Dunning’s tannery being one of the oldest establishments in this section of the country. It was established about fitly years ago by Mr. Orrin Dunning, by whom it was very successfully carried on till the period of his decease, in 1861. His son Edward then conducted the business for a few years, and in 1871 the present owner, Mr. Orrin S. Dunning, assumed the proprietorship.

About half a mile from the village is a settlement called Chapel Corner, where N. L. Whitcomb has a sash, door and blind factory and planing mill run by water power, supplied by a stream running through this place from Stevens’ pond, about three miles east. In addition to the above, Mr. Whitcomb also manufactures furniture of all descriptions, using none but kiln-dried, thoroughly seasoned, lumber for that purpose.

In the matter of hotels Dunham holds its own with any village in the county. The Phoenix House, of which Mr. Hiram Seeley is the proprietor, cannot be too highly commended. Amongst the travelling public it is always mentioned in terms of the strongest commendation.

Dunham is distant from Bedford, the chef-lieu of the county, 9 miles; from Cowansville and Frelighsburg, 6 miles; from Stanbridge East, a station on the Montreal, Portland and Boston Railway, 6 miles, and from Stanbridge Station, on the Central Vermont Railway, 11 miles. Mails twice a day. Population about 500.

The names in capital letters are those of advertisers and subscribers.
Abreviations used, Adv ; — advertisement; bds, boards, do, same place or same street, h house.
Note: — Street is understood; example post office, Main, means Main street.

All Saints Church (Church of England), Main
AMERICAN HOUSE, J. H. Park, proprietor. First class house in every department. The new stables and
sheds are equal to any in the county, Main
Baker Charles E., farmer, Main
Baker Charles S., farmer
BAKER GEORGE D., postmaster, secretary-treasurer municipal council village of Dunham, also of school
commissioners township of Dunham, clerk Commissioners Court township of Dunham and agent Missisquoi and Rouville Mutual Fire Insurance Co., office and residence Main
Baker Joseph, sen., farmer
Baker Joseph S., insurance agent, Main, h do
Baker Mrs. Eliza, widow Edward, Main
BAKER STEVENS, farmer, Main
Baker William C., farmer
Baker William S., farmer
Beattie Andrew W., Main
Beattie William, dealer in butter and cheese, Main
Beaudry rev. Joseph, parish priest
Beauvais Charles, laborer, Main
Beauvais François, farmer, Riceburg road
Benoit Jean Baptiste, farmer
Benoit John, farmer, Main
Benoit Treffle, carpenter, Main
Bernard François, harnessmaker and tanner, Main, h do
Brock Mrs. H. W., grocer, Main
Brooks Mrs. G. W., Main
Brown David, Main
Brown Eugene, farmer
BROWNE CHARLES L., manager for H. C. Southwell, manufacturer of all kinds of tin, copper and galvanized iron ware, dealer in stoves, tin and granite ware, Main, h do
Browne C. S., retired, Main
Bryan David, laborer, Chapel Corner
CABANA J. B., saddle and harness maker. Heavy and light harness with all description of trimmings, at lowest prices; repairs of all kinds done on the shortest notice, promptly, in the best manner. Collars of all
sorts, a specialty. Main, resides Chapel Corner
Church H. A., general merchant, Main, h do
Church H. H., clerk, Main
Church of the Holy Cross, rev. Joseph Beaudry, parish priest
Clement Alvin H., farmer
Clement Art, farmer, Main
Clement Nelson C., agent Montreal Telegraph Co., Main
Coatsworth Charles, farmer
COMMISSIONERS COURT, Township of Dunham, George D. Baker, clerk, office Main
Cook Miss Amy F., milliner, Main
Crofts Edward, sexton All Saints Church
Cullen James B., painter, Chapel Corner
Cummings David, mill owner and farmer
Dean James, hostler, Phoenix House
Dean Mrs. Elizabeth, widow James, near Dunham Ladies’ College
Desforges Joseph, laborer, Chapel Corner
Domingue Anson, laborer, Chapel Corner
DOMINGUE HENRY M., custom boot and shoe maker. Good work, low prices and prompt execution of
all orders guaranteed; repairs done at the lowest prices in the best manner; your custom solicited
Domingue Joseph, boot and shoe maker
Domingue Joseph, carpenter
Dunham Graded School, Main, John J. Procter, principal
DUNHAM LADIES COLLEGE (The), Mrs. W. D. Oakley, lady principal
DUNNING ORRIN S., manufacturer of sole, upper, harness and calf skin leather, Main, h do
EASTERN TOWNSHIPS MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO.,  N. O. Lewis, agent, Main
ENGLAND JOHN T., dealer in fancy and staple dry goods, groceries, provisions, crockery, glassware, boots and shoes, hats and caps, &c., in which a fully assorted stock is kept and sold at lowest prices. Also dealer in lumber and shingles, Main, h do
Finley Miss Sarah J., Main
Galer Jacob N.
Galer Mrs. Parmelia, widow R. L.
Garrick Joseph, farmer
GEAR REV. JOSHUA, colporteur Montreal Auxiliary Bible Society, depository for bibles, hymn books, book of common prayer, reward cards, stationery, &c., dealer in choice family groceries, provisions, fruits, hardware, patent medicines, hats, caps, boots, shoes, rubbers, &c. Ashton’s factory filled salt, Main, h do
GIBSON J. B., M.D., JP., mayor of Dunham village, and warden of the County of Missisquoi, office and residence Main
GIBSON W. B., M.D., office and residence Main
Gilbert John, farmer
Golland Mrs. Levina, widow Joseph, Main
Godin Léandre, custom tailor, Main
Graham Miss Beatrice D., governess The Dunham Ladies College
GRENIER SAMUEL, carriagemaker, cabinet maker, coffin maker, carpenter, &c. Carriage work of all kinds done to order, also cabinet makers’ and carpenters’ work. Coffins and caskets, all sizes and prices, in walnut, mahogany, butternut, brown ash, pine, &c., a specialty. Coffins of all kinds kept in stock. A first class hearse (just built) for hire at lowest charges. Main, h do
Griffith Miss Dora Brantford, governess The Dunham Ladies College
GUILLET DAMASE, dealer in staple and fancy dry goods of all kinds, groceries, provisions, crockery, glass ware, boots and shoes, hats and caps, &c. Large assortment and lowest prices for cash
Hall Edwin, farmer
Hebert Charles, tinsmith, Main
Hebert Joseph, laborer, Main
Hill Arthur D., farmer and miller
HOCHELAGA MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. OF MONTREAL, N. O. Lewis, agent, Main
Hope Mrs. Abigail, widow James, Main
Hope William, painter, Chapel Corner
Jassmain Touissant, laborer, Chapel Corner
Johnston Thomas A., blacksmith, Chapel Corner
Jones Miss L. G., governess The Dunham Ladies’ College
Jones William, blacksmith and horse shoer, Main, h do
Kemp Mrs. Sarah, widow Galloway L.
King Basile, farmer
Labobard Frank, blacksmith and horse shoer, Main, h do
Lamothe Joseph, boot and shoe maker, Main, h do
Laraway Jonas, farmer and mill owner
Larreau Miss Mary, teacher R.C. School, section No. 3, parish of Ste. Croix
Laundry Charles, laborer, Main
Lavalee François (Frank Quebec), farm laborer
Lee Harvey S., Main
Lee Mrs. E., widow John, Main
Lefebvre Antoine, sexton R.C. church
LEWIS HERBERT H., bailiff Superior court District of Bedford. Notes and accounts collected, and returns
promptly made, office Main, at Township Secretary-treasurer’s office, resides at Chapel Corner
Lewis Miss, second assistant teacher Dunham Graded School
Lewis Mrs. E. A., widow H. T., Chapel Corner
LEWIS N. 0., secretary-treasurer Municipality township of Dunham, also agent for Hochelaga Mutual
Fire Insurance Co. of Montreal, Eastern Townships Mutual Fire Insurance Co., and Travellers Life and
Accident Insurance Co. of Hartford, office Main, resides at Chapel Corner
Longeway Briggs A., farmer
Longeway George R., farmer
Mann G. F., cabinetmaker, Chapel Corner
Martin Benjamin, cheese manufacturer
McElroy John, stonemason and farmer
McRae John, farmer, Main
Messier François X., shoemaker, bds with Joseph Lamothe, Main
METHODIST CHURCH OF CANADA, Main, rev. William Scott, pastor
Millotte Frank, Main
Millotte Louis (L. & R. Millotte), Main
Millotte L. & R. (Louis and Remi Millotte), general dealers, Main
Millotte Remi (L. & R. Millotte), Main
Miner George, farmer
MISSISQUOI AND ROUVILLE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO.  In economy of management and low rates of insurance this company takes the lead. George D. Baker, vice president, agent for Dunham, office Main
Montreal Telegraph Co., Nelson C. Clement, agent, Main
MUNICIPALITY DUNHAM VILLAGE, George D. Baker, secretary-treasurer, office Main
MUNICIPALITY TOWNSHIP OF DUNHAM, N. 0. Lewis, secretary-treasurer, office Main
OAKLEY MRS. W. D., lady principal The Dunham Ladies’ College.
OAKLEY W. D., M.D., teacher of science and literature The Dunham Ladies’ College
PAGNELLO H., manufacturer of the “Cooley Creamer”, also of tin, iron and copper ware, and dealer in
stoves, hot air furnaces, &c.; roofing and plumbing done to order, Main opposite Seeley’s Hotel, h do
PARK J. H., proprietor American House. First-class in every department. The new stables and sheds are
equal to any in the county, Main
Phoenix House, Hiram Seeley, proprietor, livery attached, Main
Pigeon Joseph, butcher
POST OFFICE, Main, George D. Backer, postmaster
Premeau Thomas, harnessmaker, Main
Procter John J., principal Dunham Graded School
Rice Miss M. L., music teacher The Dunham Ladies’ College, resides at College
ROBERTSON D. D., manufacturer of furniture; orders for all descriptions of furniture executed on short notice, in the best and most workmanlike manner, and at prices to suit the times. Repairing promptly, cheaply and thoroughly done
Robinson John, tinsmith
Robinson Joseph
Roystan Miss E. A., milliner and dressmaker, Main
Savage Fred. E., bds at American House, Main
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS, Township of Dunham, George D. Baker, secretary-treasurer, office, Main
School Section No. 3, (R. C.), parish of Ste Croix, Miss Mary Larreau, teacher
Scott R. M., farmer, Main
SCOTT REV. WILLIAM, pastor Methodist Church of Canada, Main
Seeley Hiram, proprietor Phoenix House, livery attached, Main
Selby Jonathan, farmer
Selby Joseph, farmer
Small James, farmer
SMITH A., custom tailor; gentlemens’, youths’ and boys’ clothing made to order in first-class style, promptly, and at lowest prices; cutting done on the shortest notice, at moderate rates; satisfaction guaranteed, Main, h do
Soule Chas. E., farmer, Chapel Corner
Soule Silas, farmer, Chapel Corner
SOUTHWELL H. C., Charles L. Browne, manager, manufacturer of all kinds of tin, copper, and galvanized iron ware, dealer in stoves, tin and granite ware, &c., Main, h do
Staniland Miss Lucy, Main
STEPHEN CHARLES A., builder, contractor, carpenter and joiner. Orders solicited; contracts taken on the closest estimates, Scotch Hill
Stephen Mrs. Margaret, widow William, Main
Stevens A. D., M.D., office and residence, Main
Stevens Levi, farmer
Stevens Mrs. Mary, widow Levi, Main
Sykes Samuel, farmer
Tessier Napoléon, blacksmith, bds Main
Townsend J. Norton, carpenter
TRAVELLERS LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO. OF HARTFORD, N. O. Lewis, agent, Main
Tyler Miss C., first assistant teacher Dunham Graded school
Van Antwerp George R., farmer
Watson rev. T. H. G., M.A., teacher of classics The Dunham Ladies college
Whitcomb C. E., wheelwright, Chapel Corner
WHITCOMB L. S., carriage and sleigh maker. Carriages, waggons, sleighs, &c., on hand or made to order
in the latest and most improved styles at the smallest advance on cost consistent with a living profit.
Repairs in the above done on short time. Also furniture repaired and pictures framed to order. Chapel
Corner, ½ mile from Dunham
WHITCOMB N. L., sash, door and blind factory and planing mill, manufacturer of sash, doors, blinds, mouldings, and all kinds of builders’ material. Furniture of all descriptions made to order. All work done at the lowest prices and satisfaction guaranteed, Stephen’s Mills, Chapel Corner
Wilkinson Simon, farmer
Wood hon. Thomas, M.L.C., Main

EAST DUNHAM -
Situated in the township of Dunham is a village containing about one hundred inhabitants. Its location is somewhat picturesque, the country around it being a succession of hills and dales, producing a pleasing effect. Many substantial farmers live in its immediate vicinity. The land being well tilled and productive this section is noted for its large grain and hay crops. It is within a few years of a century since the first settlement was made here by Solomon Squire. Other early settlers were Ebenezer March, Amos Woodard, Silas Woodard, and James Ingalls. Dunham East is distant from Bedford, the chef-lieu, 13 miles; Abbott’s Corner, 6 miles; Cowansville, 9 miles; Dunham, 3 miles; Frelighsburg, 6 miles; North Pinnacle, 5 miles; Philipsburg, 18 miles; Pigeon Hill, 12 miles; Stanbridge East, 9 miles; Stanbridge Station, 15 miles; St. Armand Station, 16 miles; Sweetsburg, 7 miles; and Farnham, 20 miles. Mails, tri-weekly.

The following names include the mechanics and some of the farmers within a limit of about two miles of the post office. With respect to the farmers living in or in the vicinity of the village, who do not appear in the list below, they will be found in the Farmers’ Directory of the township of Dunham.

Barber Rolland L., blacksmith and horseshoer
Bates Allen, laborer
Beardsley Albert G., carriagemaker
Blake John, farmer
Branch H. N., retired
Call Edgar, laborer
CANADA METHODIST CHURCH, rev. A. M. Delong (West Brome), pastor
Clark Peter, laborer
Clark Prescott, laborer
Cunningham Charles, saw mill owner
District School No. 21, Township of Dunham, Miss C. C. Parsons, teacher
Frechette Joseph, laborer
Gleason Aylmer, farmer
Gleason Ebenezer Valentine, M.D., insurance agent, school commissioner and farmer
Gleason Horace, farmer
Gleason James Orrin, farmer
Gleason Mrs. James Orrin, dressmaker
Gleason Willard, farmer
Harvey Charles, farmer
Harvey Jonathan, farmer
Harvey Russel, shoemaker
Hazard Thomas, laborer
Ingalls Charles (D. & C. Ingalls), farmer
Ingalls David (D. & C. Ingalls), farmer
Ingalls D. & C. (David & Charles, Ingalls), tinsmiths, &c.
Ingalls Milo, farmer and organ agent
Kimball Hiram T., farmer
Kimball James B., general store
Kimball James I., farmer
Kerley William, J.P., farmer
Mandigo William, laborer
MARTEL FERDINAND, carriagemaker. All descriptions of carriages, waggons and sleighs made to order
in first-class style. Repairs, carriage painting, carriage trimming, and carriage ironing, done on the shortest notice, well and cheaply
Martel Hector, musician
MISSISQUOI AND ROUVILLE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO., Orlin Wales, agent
Parent Henri, shoemaker
Parsons Miss C. C., teacher district school No. 21
Perkins Alloway W. (Wales & Perkins)
Perkins William, carpenter and joiner
POST OFFICE, Orlin Wales, postmaster
Reed Sidney M., carpenter and joiner
Selby & Wales (Thomas Selby and Charles Hannibal Wales), steam saw mill
Selby Joseph, farmer, mayor township of Dunham
Selby Thomas (Selby & Wales)
Townsend M., carpenter and farmer
Vance William B., blacksmith
Wales & Perkins (Charles Nelson Wales & Alloway W. Perkins), nurserymen and graftsmen
Wales Charles Hannibal (Selby & Wales)
Wales Charles Nelson (Wales & Perkins)
WALES ORLIN, postmaster, agent Missisquoi and Rouville Mutual Fire Insurance Co., and farmer
Worden Charles E., farmer

EAST FARNHAM -
A manufacturing village, in the Municipality of the east part of the Township of Farnham and County of Brome, containing two general stores and one grocery, two carriage shops, three blacksmiths’ shops, a sash and door factory, and a cheese factory. The most important, however, of the manufacturing industries at present are the plow works of Messrs. Banfill & Vilas, embracing a foundry and machine shop, 40 x 120 feet, a two-story paint shop and warehouse, 30 x 50 feet, a blacksmith’s shop, and several other buildings for storing timber, coal, iron, &c. They are making near a dozen different styles and patterns of plows, and are turning out over 600 per year. The village is distant from East Farnham Station of the South Eastern Railway, 1 mile; from Cowansville, 3 miles; “from Knowlton, the County chef-lieu, 12 miles; from Granby, 12 miles ; from Montreal, 50 miles.

Note — Though East Farnham is not in the County of Missisquoi, as it is just on the border, it was decided to include it in the present work.

Allen George B., farmer and clerk of Commissioners’ Court
Allen Thomas, farmer
Allen Willard, farmer
Ball Hosea, sawmill owner, lumber dealer, cheese box maker, &c
BANFILL & VILAS (Joel Banfill and W. F. Vilas), manufacturers of iron and steel plows, cultivators, horse hoes, and other agricultural implements. Job casting done to order.
Banfill Joel (Banfill & Vilas)
Barnes Joseph, blacksmith
Barton Daniel, farmer
Baxter William E., painter
Billings Mrs. Ann P., milliner and dressmaker
Bourne Milton, mechanic
Boyd William H., farmer
Brimmer David, farmer and municipal councillor
Brimmer John J., farmer
Brimmer Levi, farmer
BUCK CORTEZ, proprietor East Farnham sash, door, and blind factory. Customers can depend upon
getting the best finished style of work in the above, made of first quality, thoroughly seasoned, lumber, at the very lowest prices. Orders filled on the shortest notice, and satisfaction guaranteed.
Buck Cyrus, proprietor of Buck’s cheese factory
Buck Jewett A. (L. Buck & Son)
Buck Lyman, J.P. (L. Buck & Son)
BUCK L., & SON (Lyman and J. A. Buck) general merchants, dealers in dry goods, ready-made clothing,
boots and shoes, hats and caps, groceries, provisions, crockery, glassware, hardware, paints, oil, wall-paper, &c.
Bull Aaron, farmer, chairman of School Commissioners
Carter Edley, farmer
Carter Henry, farmer
Carter Timothy, farmer
Caverly John, mechanic
Chadsey Edgar G., Adventist minister
Collins Azro D., farmer
Collins Martin Luther, farmer
Domingue Solyme, mason
Domingue William, shoemaker
EAST FARNHAM SASH, DOOR AND BLIND FACTORY, Cortez Buck, proprietor
Ellison Jacob, proprietor Maple Grove cheese factory
Fordyce Edward A., farmer
Fordyce Willard, farmer
Foss Isaac, carriagemaker, secretary-treasurer school commissioners, and agent Missisquoi and Rouville Insurance Co.
Fuller Charles C., farmer
Fuller Peter, farmer
Gilman Baxter B., section foreman S. E. Railway
Gleason Hiram, farmer and lumber dealer
Gleason Isaac, farmer
Gleason Samuel, farmer
Goddard Reuben, farmer
Goddard Reuben A., farmer
Grubb Robert, farmer
Hall Calvin L., Lieut.-Colonel, farmer
Hall Eli L., farmer
Hall Eli W., J.P., farmer
Hall George B., farmer
Hall George C., farmer
Hawk George N., farmer
Hawk Jared, proprietor Excelsior Cheese Factory
Higgins John, farmer
Hobbs George, farmer
Hooper Francis, farmer
Hulburt George A., farmer
Hulburt Heman, farmer
Hulburt Henry, farmer
Hulburt Howard, farmer
Hulburt Mrs. H. L., widow A. P.
Hutchins Harlow, farmer
Hutchins Rodney (R. & R. F. Hutchins), postmaster
Hutchins Rollin F. (R. & R. F. Hutchins), agent Montreal Telegraph Co.
HUTCHINS R. & R. F. (Rodney and Rollin F. Hutchins), general merchants, dealers in dry goods, ready-made clothing, boots and shoes, hats and caps, groceries, provisions, hardware, paints, oils,  glass, &c., including a full assortment of general merchandise
Jewell Henry (M. B. & H. Jewell)
Jewell Moses Beech (M. B. & H. Jewell), secretary-treasurer Municipal Council
Jewell M. B. & H., Moses Beech and Henry Jewell, dealers in mowers and reapers and all kinds of agricultural machines and implements
Kathan Barton, farmer
Knowles Herbert, farmer
Knowles Joseph D., farmer
Knowles Joseph W., dealer in picture frames and patent medicines
Knowles Levi, wheelwright
Ladd J. A., harnessmaker
Lamotte Joseph, farmer
Laviolette Rodolphe, mechanic
Mansfield Clark H., station agent S. E. Railway
Mansfield George B., farmer
Mansfield Prince H., farmer, agent
Mansfield Reuben H., retired farmer
Mansfield H. J., assistant station agent and mail courier
Martel Ferdinand, painter
McCrae Mrs. Electa, milliner and dressmaker
Messier François, laborer
Messier Henry, mechanic
Messier Joseph, blacksmith and livery stable keeper
MONTREAL TELEGRAPH CO., Rollin F. Hutchins, agent
Murphy John, farmer
Nunn James, cabinetmaker
Persons Joseph, farmer
Persons Stephen, farmer
POST OFFICE, Rodney Hutchins, postmaster
Proulx Achille, blacksmith
Prime Benjamin W., farmer
Purinton William, farmer
Purinton Windsor, farmer
Rousseau Francis, farmer
Sanborn Rollin F., carriagemaker
Shufelt Hiram, farmer
Stevens Clark, carpenter
Taber Franklin B., farmer
Taber Russel, farmer
Vilas Rev. Aaron, F. W. Baptist minister
Vilas William F., (Banfill & Vilas)
Wells Thomas, mechanic
Wilkinson John, farmer
Wilkinson John M., machinist
Woodbury Thomas, farmer

FARNDON -
A station of the South Eastern Railway, is in the parish of West Farnham, four miles from the town of Farnham. The surrounding population is almost exclusively agricultural. It is not a village, but simply a post office established for the convenience of residents in its vicinity.

Beaulieu Joseph, laborer
Bisaillon Casimir, farmer
Brown George, farmer
Brown John, farmer
Brown Matthew, farmer
Brown Thomas, farmer
Burk Robert, farmer
Cameron George, farmer
Cameron James, farmer
Cameron Lewis, farmer
Cosslet Mrs. L., widow
Dupuis Thomas, farmer
Grenier Narcisse, farmer
Ingles Edward, farmer
Ingles Freeman, farmer
Ingles Merrit, farmer
Johnson Samuel, farmer
McGovron Thomas, farmer
Merizzé Valentin, farmer
Merizzé Zephirin, farmer
Paladeau Pierre, farmer
Paquet Joseph, farmer
St. Denis A., farmer
St. Denis Moise, farmer
Tillson James, farmer
Thibodeau Cyprien, farmer
Thompson George
Thompson Robert, farmer
Thompson William
Truax Adolphus, postmaster
Truax Elias, farmer
Truax George A., farmer
Truax Harlow, farmer
Truax L. Andrew, farmer
Truax Mrs. George, widow

FARNHAM -
In 1850 the parish of St. Romuald de Farnham was formed out of the west part of the township of Farnham. In 1860 a part of this parish was erected into the village of West Farnham, and in 1876 this village was incorporated as a town, the name being changed to Farnham.

The progress of Farnham has been sufficiently rapid to make it somewhat exceptional to the ordinary rate of increase by which a settlement first becomes a hamlet, then a village, afterwards a town, and finally a city. Before this place attains the latter dignity, one more step on the gradually ascending ladder of importance requires to be taken. Judging from the past this consummation ought to be attained in the course of —, but it is better not to fix a date, for prophets most always come to grief.

Farnham is pleasantly built on both banks of the Yamaska river, a substantial bridge spanning the useful as well as pretty stream which flows through it. It possesses unusually good water privileges, already made available to a considerable extent for woolen, saw, shingle, lath, planing and flour mills, as well as other manufacturing industries. The West Farnham Woollen Mills, of which Mrs. A. Stark is the proprietress, is one of the most important industries in the place.

Mr. Daniel B. Meigs, the mayor of the town, is a large employer of labor in the various industries which he carries on, which include saw and grist mills, planing, shingle and lath mills, a butter tub factory, and so forth. A bonus of $25,000 has been voted by the town towards the erection of a large cotton factory, which when completed will be one of the most extensive in the province, and furnish employment to a great number of hands. Did space permit, a full description of these as well as other existent manufacturing concerns in the town might be inserted. All requisite business particulars are, however, given in reference to them in the following alphabetical directory of the place, and that, for this occasion, must suffice. Farnham is well supplied with hotels, one of the most popular and best patronized being the American house, of which Mr. L. N. Collier has been the proprietor for the past six years. This hotel is well and favorably known throughout the Province, and enjoys a large amount of commercial and other patronage. Guests will find it kept in first-class style, and meet with every attention from the obliging proprietor. It is very conveniently situated within a few minutes walk of the depots of the several railway lines running through the town, the post office, Court house and town hall and chief mercantile establishments; attached is also a good livery.

The public buildings in Farnham area noteworthy feature of the place; a glance at them will be all that will be attempted. The convent of the Sisters of the Presentation of Mary cost $8,000; a hospital under the direction of the Sisters of Charity $8,000; the College of West Farnham, presided over by the Priests of the order of the Holy Cross, $7,000; the Catholic Church $35,000, $16,000 of this amount being for interior decorations, making it the handsomest ecclesiastical edifice in the diocese.

The English Church, though not so costly as the buildings previously mentioned, serves in common with them to adorn the town. It is built of brick. The building used as the Town Hall and Court House cost $3,500, and is a good brick structure conveniently adapted to suit the purposes for which it was erected.

The one building in Farnham which is hardly up to the standard of what one would expect to find in a town of its size, importance and almost unequalled railroad facilities is the market. No doubt at some future day the present structure will be replaced by a building more worthy of the place. There is no doubt but that Farnham is one of the most important railway centres in the Province, and the roads that make it so are the Stanstead, Shefford and Chambly branch of the Central Vermont Railway, the South
Eastern Railway, the Montreal, Portland and Boston Railway and the Lake Champlain and St. Lawrence Junction Railway, trains on all of these lines stopping here. Terms of the Commissioners Court and Circuit and District Magistrates Courts are held here.

Fifty years ago the population was 0, twenty years after there were not half a dozen houses here; to-day the population is 2,500. Distant from St. Johns 14 miles, Montreal 41, Toronto 374, and Ottawa 167 miles.

Abbreviations used: — Adv. advertisement; bds, boards; do, same place or same street; h, house; C. V. R., Central Vermont Railway; L. C. & St. L. J. R, Lake Champlain and St. Lawrence Junction Railway; M. P. & B. R., Montreal, Portland and Boston Railway; S. E. R., South Eastern Railway; S. S. & C. E., Stanstead, Shefford and Chambly Railway.
Note. — Street is understood; example, Post office, Main, means Main street.

Allard Mrs. François, widow, St. Paul
Allard Pierre, laborer, St. Gregoire
Alix Denis, mail contractor, St. Peter
Allsopp Mrs. Mary J., widow John Charles, St. Paul
AMERICAN HOUSE, L. N. Collier, proprietor. First-class house in all respects. Large sample rooms for
commercial travellers. Good livery attached, Main, corner Meigs
Amos Francis J., organ maker, Main
Angers rev, N., vicar, parish of St Romuald de Farnham, Yamaska
Archambault J. Bte., butcher, Main, h do
Archambault Joseph, shoemaker, Main
ARPIN EDOUARD, boot and shoe manufacturer. Orders solicited from country merchants for men’s hand
made boots of all kinds, and filled at lowest wholesale rates. Custom work and repairing promptly attended to, and done in the best style at lowest prices, Main, h do
Arsenault J. Bte., spinner, St. Alfred
Ashton Mrs. M., widow Richard, Meigs
Audette Eusebe, deputy clerk of the Circuit, District Magistrates and Commissioners Court, Victoria
Auger Pierre, St. Joseph
Authier Hubert, Meigs
Baillargeon Abraham, butcher, market, Main, h Meigs
Barbeau Joseph, retired, Main
Barbeau François, section man C. V. R., St. Joseph
Barnabé Mrs. M., widow Louis, St Edouard
Barnes Barnabas N., bleacher, Main
Barnes Mrs. E., widow Barney, St. Peter
BARRIERE SOLYME, agent for E. M. Wanzer & Co.’s celebrated sewing machines, warranted equal to any and superior to most other sewing machines for family and manufacturing purposes. Terms of sale easy by monthly payments, or large discount for cash; also agent for pianos, organs, &c., office and residence at Cléophas Deslauriers, Main
Barwick Mrs. Emily, widow James, Victoria
Beaupre Joseph, tailor, St. Peter
BELANGER J0SEPH, dealer in dry goods, groceries, provisions, fruits, crockery, glassware, boots and shoes, hats and caps, &c., in which a full assortment is constantly kept at lowest possible prices for cash; farm produce taken in exchange at full market value. Main, h do
Bell rev. Thomas, pastor Methodist Church of Canada, Main
Belleisle Louis, laborer
Benjamin Benjamin, laborer, Main
Benjamin Mrs. Julia, widow, Main
Benoit Joseph, shoemaker, Main
Benoit Louis, mason, Main
Berard T., carpenter, St. Joseph
BERIAU PIERRE, notary, clerk of the Circuit, District Magistrates and Commissioners Courts, and commissioner Superior Court, office Town hall, Main, h Main
Bérubé Jean Baptiste, laborer, Main
Bessette Guillaume, mill sawyer, St. Peter
BESSETTE J. B., custom tailor. Every description of custom work made to order in the most thorough,
manner, and on the shortest notice at lowest prices. A perfect fit guaranteed. Cutting done and, warranted to fit if properly made up, Main, opposite the Town hall, h Main
Bessette Michel, butcher, market, Main, h St Peter
Bessette Pierre, carpenter, St. Edouard
Biscornet Hypolite, barkeeper, Farnham Hotel, Main
Bishop Joseph, laborer, St. Andre
Bissaillon Moise, farmer, St. Gregoire
Bissonnette Edouard, harness maker, St. Joseph
Bissonnette Louis, laborer, St. Peter
Blanchard Joseph, St. Peter
Blanchard Israel, St. Peter
BLANCHET JEAN BAPTISTE, tin and sheet iron worker, plumber, tin, galvanized iron and slate roofer. All orders in the above well, cheaply and promptly done. Crevier’s well known hot air furnaces adapted to
private and public buildings furnished and put up, dealer in tinware stoves, pipes, &c., Main, h do
Blen Antoine, laborer, St. Vincent
Blen François, laborer, St. Louis
Blen Joseph, laborer, Main
Blen Joseph, laborer, Yamaska
Blen J. Bte., mill sawyer, St. Joseph
Bolduc Narcisse, general dealer, St. Paul, h Yamaska
Boileau Noel, gardener, St. Antoine
Boisvert Thomas, cultivateur, St. Edouard
BOIVIN CHARLES, dealer in boots and shoes, of which he has a full assortment always on hand, also in
shoe makers’ findings. Orders for custom work and repairing executed with promptness, the prices defying all competition, Main, opposite the post office, h do
Boivin Jacques, retired, St. Joseph
Bonin Edmund, section foreman L. C. & St. L. J. R., St. Louis
Bourget J. Bte., carpenter, St. Paul
Boupré Edouard, shoemaker, St. Peter
Bourque Abram, laborer, Main
Bourque Antoine, saw and grist mill, Main, h do
Bourque Olivier, carpenter and joiner, Centre Farnham road
Bowker Charles, carpenter, Main
Bowker Charles, carpenter, St. Vincent
Bowker Elwin M., clerk with J. W. & G. E. Loud, bds with G. E. Loud, Main
Bowker John, farmer, Main
Bowker John B., carpenter, St. Paul
Bragg Cyrus, manager at Stark’s woollen mill, Main
Bragg James, carder, Main
Bréault J. Bte., laborer, St. Louis
Bréault Vital, laborer, St. Louis
Bréault Mrs. J., widow J. Bte., Yamaska
Bréault William, mason, Jacques Cartier
Brennan Patrick, baggage master C. V. R., St Patrick
Brosseau Alfred, shoemaker, St Louis
Brosseau Miss, washerwoman, Main
Brouillette Jacques, engineer, St Louis
Brouillette Joseph, laborer, Jacques Cartier
Brunelle Cléophas, shoemaker, Main
Brunelle Louis, laborer, Jacques Cartier
Buck Richard, bailiff Superior Court, district of Bedford, Depot
Burbé Alexandre, butcher, St Paul, h do
Burke M. B., professor 1st and preparatory class, College of West Farnham
Cabana Napoléon, conductor, St Peter
CANADA FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE CO. OF HAMILTON, Curtis P. Taber, agent, Main, opposite the Court house
Canada hotel, Charles Leclair, proprietor, Main
Cardinal J. Bte., laborer, St Louis
Cardinal S., laborer, St Louis
Caron Joseph, laborer, Main
Central Vermont Railway (Stanstead, Shefford and Chambly Branch), William L. Hibbard, station agent,
head of depot
Champagne Olivier, laborer, St Peter
Charbonneau Pierre, laborer, St Andre
Charron Levi, section foreman M. P. & B. R., Main
Chartier Camille, shoemaker, Yamaska
CHARTIER J. BTE., mason. All work undertaken guaranteed to be done in the most workmanlike manner at lowest prices, St Joseph near Main
Chevalier Louis, carter, Main
Chevalier Noé, laborer, Main
Chillingworth Mrs. Margaret, widow Henry, Main
Chipman J. E., S. E. R., Martin’s Hotel
Choiniere Louis, clerk, Main
Choquette Edouard, secretary Union St. Joseph de Farnham
CHOQUETTE J. E., butcher, dealer in beef, veal, mutton, lamb, fresh and salt pork, hams, sausages, lard,
fresh fish, turkeys, geese, ducks, chickens, and vegetables of all kinds, in which he offers the best class of the above at the lowest market prices, Main, opposite the post office, h St. Vincent
Choquette Louis E., salesman with W. & E. Donahue, Main
Chouinard Charles, laborer, Visitation
Church of St. Romuald, rev. J. Bte. Veronneau, parish priest; rev. N. Angers, vicar
CIRCUIT COURT, Pierre Bériau, clerk, office Town hall, Main
Coiteux Stanislas, blacksmith, bds with E. Martel, Main
COLLEGE OF WEST FARNHAM (founded 1875), presided over by the priests of the order of the Holy Cross, rev. G. A. Dion, C. S. C, Superior
COLLIER L. N., proprietor American House. First class house in all respects. Large sample rooms for
commercial travellers. Good livery attached, Main corner Meigs
Collin Bruno, laborer, St. Joseph
Commeau Louis, laborer, St. Antoine
Commeau M. J., professor preparatory French course, College of West Farnham
COMMISSIONERS’ COURT, Pierre Bériau, clerk, office Town hall, Main
Convent of the Sisters of the Presentation of Mary, sister of the Holy Ghost, directress, Yamaska
Cook B. E., laborer, Main
Cook Frederick, teamster, Main
Cook L., mason and farmer, L’Ange Gardien road
Cook Nelson, millwright, Main
Cook Oliver, jobber, Main
Corran Edward, saddle and harness maker, Depot, h Meigs
COUILLARD PIERRE L., M.D., physician and surgeon, Main nearly opposite the Post office, bds at West
Farnham House, Main
Courtemanche Abraham, St. Edouard
Courtemanche Edouard, carpenter, St. Patrick
Courtemanche Paul, laborer, St. Bruno
Croteau Joseph, sexton Church of St. Romuald, Yamaska
D’Artois Alexis, Yamaska
Davignon Joseph, retired, Yamaska
Davignon Medard, clerk, Yamaska
Demers Augustin, butcher, Main,h do
Demers Charles, trader, St. Joseph
DEMERS FRANCOIS X., jun., station agent South Eastern Railway, Montreal, Portland and Boston
Railway, and agent Montreal Telegraph Co., Victoria corner St. Edouard, h St. Paul
Demers François X., sen., foreman, St. Paul
Demers J. Bte., butcher, market, Main, h St. Andre
Demers P. Emélien, telegraph operator C.V.R., St. Paul
Denault Touissant, Meigs
Denis N., laborer, St. Peter
Deroche J. Bte., baker, St. Peter, h do
Deroche Pierre, laborer, St. Joseph
Deslauriers Cleophas, painter, Main
Deslauriers Pierre, farmer, L’Ange Gardien road
Dexter Vital, laborer, Meigs
DION REV G. A., C.S.C., superior College of West Farnham
Dissentient School, Main, Mrs. Samuel A. Vance, teacher
DISTRICT MAGISTRATES’ COURT, Pierre Bériau, clerk, office Town hall, Main
Doherty Cornelius, farmer, L’Ange Gardien road
DOMINION FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE CO., OF HAMILTON, Curtis P. Taber, agent, Main, opposite the Court house
Dominion Mutual Benefit and Provident Association of Montreal, J. Benjamin Nadeau, agent, Depot
Donahue Edward (W. & E. Donahue), postmaster, Main
DONAHUE W. & E., (William and Edward Donahue) general merchants, dealers in dry goods, groceries, provisions, crockery, glassware, boots and shoes, hats and caps, hardware, paints, oils, glass, wall-paper,
and the full assortment of goods usually found in a first-class general store, Main
Donahue James W., clerk with W. & E. Donahue
Donahue William (W. & E. Donahue), resides at Montreal
Donnelly James, laborer, St. Joseph
Doxtradter Fred, foreman wood sawyer, bds at Martin’s Hotel, Main
Doxtradter J. Bte., laborer, St. Peter
Dozois Hilaire, teacher, St. Hilaire
Dubé Sister, directress Hospice Ste. Elizabeth, St. Paul
Dubois Mrs. François, widow, Railway track near Depot
Dufresne Benjamin, cultivator, Yamaska
DUFRESNE C. U., secretary-treasurer of the municipality of the Parish of West Farnham, and of school commissioners, office at W. & E. Donahue’s, Main, h do
Dufresne Napoleon, farmer, St. Gregoire
Duhamel François, St. Louis
Dumaine Joseph, laborer, St. Louis
Dupuis Adolphe, laborer, Main
EASTERN TOWNSHIPS MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO., Curtis P. Taber, agent, Main, opposite the Court house
Edwards Walter S., clerk with J. W. & G. E. Loud, bds with G. E. Loud, Main
ELDER PETER, general blacksmith and horseshoer, manufacturer of the iron Scotch harrow, guaranteed superior to any other make, also cultivators, iron and steel plows, of the most approved construction. The above constantly on hand. All orders filled on the shortest notice. Prices low to suit the times, Depot, h do
Elmes & Bro. (George and William Elmes), sash, door and blind factory; also furniture, Yamaska
Elmes George (Elmes & Bro.), Yamaska
Elmes William (Elmes & Bro.), Yamaska
Fairfield Mrs. M., widow, St. Joseph
FARNHAM HOTEL, A. Tarte, proprietor; first-class house, $1.00 per day. Meals at all hours; conveyance
to and from the cars free, Main
Farnham Market, Main
FARNHAM TOWN, Siméon Noiseux, secretary-treasurer, office Main
Favreau Henri, laborer
Fonrouge Pierre, laborer, Jacques Cartier
FORGET A., advocate, Main, opposite the West Farnham House
Forgue Hubert, laborer, Meigs
Fortier Godfroi, laborer, Main
Fortier Joseph, waggonmaker, carpenter and joiner, Main, h do
Fortier M., tanner, Main
Fournier Albert, miller, Meigs
Fournier E., miller, Meigs
Fournier Isaac, farmer, L’Ange Gardien road
FOURNIER NARCISSE, miller at Daniel B. Meigs’ mill, Meigs
Free School for Boys from 5 to 10 years, under the care of the Sisters of the Grey Nunnery
Free School for Girls from 5 to 10 years, under the care of the Sisters of the Presentation of Mary
Gareau Joseph, Yamaska
Gareau J. Bte., laborer, St. Romuald
Gauthier Charles, laborer, St. Charles
Gauthier E., laborer, St. Paul
Gauthier F., teamster, Main
Gauthier Jean, laborer, St. Hilaire
Gauthier Jean, laborer, St. Andre
Gauthier Mrs. Joseph, widow, Main
Gilwee Mrs. Margaret, widow John, Victoria
Gingras Abraham, cultivateur, St. Hilaire
Girard Amable, retired, St. Bruno
Girard François, farmer, St. Bruno
Girard J. Bte., carpenter and farmer, St. Gregoire
Giroux Avelyan, farmer, L’Ange Gardien road
Giroux Louis, cultivateur, Yamaska
Giroux Mrs. A., widow, L’Ange Gardien road
Giroux Solomon, laborer, Main
Gordon Edward, laborer, St. Joseph
Goudreau Wilfrid, engineer C. V. R., St. Peter
Goyette George, hostler American House, Main
Gregoire Thomas, carter
Haizot Pierre, laborer, St. Peter
Hamel Moise, laborer, St. Peter
Harbac Damase, cultivateur, Main
Harvey George Calvin, night watchman S.E.R., Main
Hebert Joseph, laborer, St. Peter
Hebert Ludger, hairdresser, Main, h do
Hebert Ludger, laborer, Jacques Cartier
Hebert Ludger, machinist, St. Joseph
Hebert Moise, laborer, St. Louis
Hebert Olivier, livery, Depot
Hebert Paschal, laborer, Jacques Cartier
Henrichon Antoine, carpenter and joiner, St. Charles
Henrichon Henri, laborer, St Paul
HENRICHON JOSEPH (late of Springfield, Mass.), first class hair dressing rooms. Shaving, hair dressing, shampooing, hair dyeing, &c., done in the best American styles. Please call once and you will call again, Main, opposite West Farnham House
Hibbard William L., station agent Central Vermont Railway, agent Montreal Telegraph Co., and United
States and Canada Express Co., office head of Depot, h Main
Hogue Louis, laborer, Visitation
Hospice Ste. Elizabeth, under the direction of the Sisters of Charity, Sister Dube, directress, St. Paul
Hotel du Depot, Hubert Nadeau, proprietor, St. Peter
JASMIN J. BTE., bailiff Superior Court, and auctioneer for the district of Bedford, also collector. Auction sales conducted in French and English at moderate charges. Collections made at reasonable rates, and prompt returns made, office and residence St. Vincent
JEANNOTTE J. ADHEMAR, M.D., physician and surgeon, office and residence Main, opposite the post office
Jerry Joseph, fireman, St. Joseph
Jerry Paul, St. Joseph
Jetté Noel, laborer, St. Joseph
Jreil (Girard) George, custom boot and shoe maker, St. Hilare
Juacar Joseph, gardener, Main
Juacar Pierre, gardener, Main
Kavanagh John, section foreman C.V.R., St. Patrick
KINEHAN BROS. (William and Waller A. Kinehan), watchmakers, jewellers and photographers. A full
assortment of watches, clocks and jewellery constantly on hand. Repairs promptly and skilfully executed. Portraits taken, and all the latest improvements introduced, Main
Kinehan Walter A. (Kinehan Bros.), Main
Kinehan William (Kinehan Bros.), Main
Lacoste Louis, blacksmith, St. Paul
Lagace Joseph, carpenter and joiner, Main
Lake Champlain and St. Lawrence Junction Railway
Lamarre Edouard, laborer, Main
Lamarre D., laborer, Main
Landers Michael, section foreman M. P. & B. R., Main
Landry Joseph, laborer, Victoria
Lanedeau dit Lacoste Louis, chartier, St. Paul
Lanier Joseph, laborer, St. Joseph
Lanier Julien, laborer, St. Joseph
Lanier Leon, laborer, St. Judes
Lanier Mrs. M., widow Louis, St. Judes
Lanier Pierre, laborer, St. Joseph
Lapalme J. Bte., baker, Main, h do
Lapointe Cyrille, laborer, St. Joseph
Laporte Henri, tanner, bds with John Wilson, Main
Laporte Marcil, laborer, St. Peter
Larocque Godfroi, Main
Larocque Jeremie, bailiff Superior Court district of Bedford, Main
Larue Michel, St. Andre
Lavalee Alexandre, laborer, St. Andre
L’Avariere Hormidas, laborer, Main
Lebeau Athanase, laborer, Yamaska
Lebeau François, farmer, St. Antoine
Leblanc Hubert, carpenter and joiner, Main
Leblanc Levi, clerk, bds with J. J. Trudeau, Main
Leclair Charles, proprietor Canada Hotel, Main
Leduc Damase, laborer, Jacques Cartier
Lelardier Jules, gardener, Yamaska
Lemoine Alexis, laborer, Main
Lemoine Mrs., St. Peter
Lent Richard, carpenter, St. Joseph
LEQUIN & MARTEL (Honore Lequin and Louis Martel), dealers in dry goods, groceries, provisions,
crockery, glassware, boots and shoes, hats and caps, hardware, paints, oils, glass, wallpaper and a full assortment of general goods, cheap for cash, Main
Lequin Calixte, laborer
Lequin François, laborer, Main
Lequin François, railroad section master
Lequin Honore (Lequin & Martel), Main
Lequin Joseph, carter
Lequin Joseph, jun., Main
Lequin Joseph, sen., St. Joseph
Leslie John, farmer, L’Ange Gardien road
Lesperance Madame J. P. V., milliner and millinery goods, Main, h do
Lisotte Charles, laborer, St. Louis
Loiselle Magloire, farm laborer, St. Peter
Longtin Joseph, sawyer, Main
Loud George Edward (J. W. & G. E. Loud), Main
Loud John William (J. W. & G. E. Loud), resides at Montreal
LOUD J. W. & G. E. (John William and George Edward Loud), general merchants, dealers in dry goods,
groceries, provisions, crockery, glassware, boots and shoes, hats and caps, hardware, paints, oils, glass,
wallpaper, etc., cheap for cash, Main opposite Town hall
Lupien Ludger, laborer, Jacques Cartier
Lupien Theodore, laborer, Visitation
Lussier Alexandre, cultivateur
Lussier Charles, laborer, St. Louis
Lussier Hubert, laborer, St. Louis
MAILHOT MARCEL, advocate, office Town hall, Main corner Depot, h Main corner St. Joseph
Mailhot F. X., hostler West Farnham House, Main, corner Depot
Mailhot Paul, laborer, Yamaska
Mailloux Amedee, laborer, Main
Mailloux Isaac, hooper, Adamsville road
Mailloux Leon, machinist, St. Joseph
Mailloux Moise, laborer, Yamaska
Mailloux Pierre, butcher, Market, Main, h Depot
Mailloux Pierre, laborer, St. Charles
Major Magloire, baker, St. Peter
Malbeuf Pierre, laborer, Main
Mannion rev. J., professor, 3rd and 2nd English year, College of West Farnham
Marchand Joseph, laborer, Main
Marchesseau Exurie, St. Paul
Marchesseau Siméon, carpenter, Yamaska
Marcotte Joseph, laborer, St. Louis
MARTEL EUSEBE, carriagemaker, blacksmith and horseshoer. A good stock of carriages, buggies, waggons, and sleighs, made of the best material, always on hand; repairing of all kinds done on the
shortest notice, at lowest prices; blacksmithing of every description done; horses well and carefully shod, satisfaction guaranteed, Main, h do
Martel Henri, blacksmith and horseshoer, St. Paul, h do
Martel Louis (Lequin & Martel), Main
MARTIN ARRON R., proprietor Martin’s Hotel, Main
Masse Louis, laborer, St. Romuald
Maurice Louis, carriagemaker, St. Paul, h Yamaska
Mayotte François, tailor, bds with Moise Paradis, Main
McDuff 0., laborer, Yamaska
McGowan James, farmer, L’Ange Gardien road
McGowan Mrs. Grace, widow Michael, L’Ange Gardien road
McKinney Volley, laborer, bds at Martin’s Hotel
McQuillen Miss Catherine, dressmaker, Main
MEIGS DANIEL B., J.P., mayor of Farnham, saw and grist mill owner, shingle mill, planing mill, butter tub factory and lumber merchant, Main and foot of Meigs, office and residence Main
Menard Leon, laborer, Main
Mercier Robert, laborer, Jacques Cartier
Methodist Church of Canada, rev. Thomas Bell, pastor, Main
Michaud François, laborer, St. Peter
Millet Pierre, farmer, St. Gregoire
MISSISQUOI AND ROUVILLE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO., Curtis P. Taber, agent, Main, opposite the Court House
Molleur Moise, laborer, St. Gregoire
Molloy John, laborer, Railway track near Jacques Cartier
Mongeon Olivier, laborer, St. Louis
MONTREAL PORTLAND AND BOSTON RAILWAY, François X. Demers, jun. agent, office at South Eastern Railway Depot
MONTREAL TELEGRAPH CO, François X. Demers, jun., agent, office South Eastern Railway Depot, corner Victoria and St. Andre
Montreal Telegraph Co., William L. Hibbard, agent, office Central Vermont Railway Depot, head of Depot
Moore C. O., farmer, L’Ange Gardien road
Moreau Joseph, conductor L. C. & St. L. J. R., bds at Farnham hotel, Main
Morin Jean, laborer, St. Gregoire
Mosher James H., farmer, L’Ange Gardien road
Mullin Francis, Main
MULLIN GEORGE, dealer in groceries, provisions, grain of all kinds, foreign and domestic fruits, canned goods, garden,field and flower seeds, oysters, wholesale and retail, and wholesale dealer in and
exporter of hemlock bark, Main corner Depot, h Main near Depot
MULLIN MRS. GEORGE, milliner and dressmaker, and dealer in millinery and fancy goods, ribbons,
feathers, flowers, silks, satins, &c., of which she keeps a full assortment of chosen goods, Main near Depot
MUNICIPALITY OF THE PARISH OF WEST FARNHAM, C. U. Dufresne, secretary-treasurer, office at W. & E. Donahue’s, Main
Murray Daniel W., salesman, bds with Edward Donahue, Main
Mussen rev. Thomas W., M.A., rural dean of Bedford, Main
Nadeau Hubert, proprietor Hotel du Depot, St. Peter
Nadeau J. Benjamin, agent Dominion Mutual Benefit and Provident Association of Montreal and bookkeeper with Valiquet & Co., Depot
Nadeau Joseph, laborer, St. Gregoire
Nadeau Simeon, grocer, Main, h do
NATIONAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. OF MONTREAL, Curtis P. Taber, agent, Main, opposite the Court House
NOISEUX SIMEON, notary, secretary-treaurer of the town of Farnham, and official assignee for the
district of Bedford, office and residence Main
Nolin Charles, carpenter, St. Paul
Ouellette C., laborer, St. Joseph
Ouellette F., laborer, St. Joseph
Ouimette Alexandre N., groceries, wines, liquors, &c., Main, h do
Papineau Louis, farmer, L’Ange Gardien road
Paquette Alexandre, laborer, St. Antoine
Paquette Felix, laborer, Yamaska
Paquette M., laborer, Victoria
Paradis Miss Emelie, tailoress, Main
PARADIS MOISE, custom tailor. Gents’ garments made to order in the latest styles, in the most thorough manner and at the lowest prices. A perfect fit guaranteed. Cutting done to order on the shortest notice. Main, over W. & E. Donahue’s store, h do
Parent Leon, jun., mill sawyer, St. Gregoire
Parent Leon, sen., farmer, St. Gregoire
Parent Pierre, carpenter and farmer, St. Gregoire
Pelletier Frederick, laborer, Yamaska
Pendleton Asa, sawyer, Main
Pendleton Edward, foreman at Daniel R. Meigs’ mills, Meigs
Pepin Joseph, carpenter, St. Patrick
Perreault Edouard, laborer, Victoria
Phaneuf François, Yamaska
POST OFFICE, Main, Edward Donahue, postmaster
Potvin Alexis, cabinetmaker, Yamaska
Prefontaine Magloire, laborer, Jacques Cartier
Prevost Arthur, laborer, Main
Prevost Exsidas, laborer, Yamaska
Prevost François, farmer, St. Paul
Prevost Louis, brakeman, Main
Prevost Louis, laborer, Yamaska
Prevost Miss Malvina, milliner and dressmaker, Main
Prevost Mrs S., widow Louis, Main
PROTESTANT BOARD OF SCHOOL TRUSTEES for the town of Farnham, Curtis P. Taber, secretary-treasurer, office Main, opposite the Court house
Quebec Joseph, farmer, L’Ange Gardien road
Quentin Damase, carpenter, St. Joseph
Quinn William, stoves and tinware, Main, h do
Racicot Guillaume, painter, Depot
Racicot Jean, carriagemaker, St. Joseph
Rainville François, mason, Main
Randall Col. F. V., Steel & Bayer’s Marbleizing Compound (patent right), Main
Regnier François, laborer, Jacques Cartier
Renaud rev. J. A., proc. and professor of 4th and 3rd French year, College of West Farnham
Richard Telesphore, laborer, Jacques Cartier
Riel A., farmer, St. Hilaire
Rintoul —, insurance agent, Yamaska
Rive Samuel, proprietor Yamaska hotel and baker, St. Paul
Robert Abraham, mason, St. Joseph
Robertson William, carpenter and joiner, St. Joseph
ROBIDOUX NORBERT, proprietor West Farnham House; French and English spoken at this house; good livery attached, Main corner Depot
Rouleau Pierre, laborer, St. Joseph
Rouleau Prime, laborer, St. Joseph
Roy François, farmer, Yamaska
Roy Joseph, laborer, St. Peter
Roy Narcisse, laborer, Jacques Cartier
Roy Pierre Israel, laborer, Jacques Cartier
Roy Theodore, laborer, St. Charles
Ryan John, section foreman C. V. R.
Sabourin L. C., clerk with W. & E. Donahue, Main
Sansterre Cyriac, general merchant, St. Paul, resides do
Saureth Anthime, blacksmith, bds with K. Martel, Main
School Commissioners St. Romuald de Farnham municipality, C. U. Dufresne, secretary, office at W. & E.
Donahue’s, Main
School Commissioners West Farnham municipality, C. U. Dufresne, secretary, office at W. & E. Donahue’s, Main
Scott John, cheese maker, Main
Scott William, Main
Sherry Henry, turner, Main
Smith Emilien V., cabinetmaker, Main
Smith Exupery, blacksmith, Main, h do
Smith Joseph, cabinetmaker, Main
SMITH J. R., manufacturer and dealer in all kinds of household furniture, of which a good assortment is
always kept on hand. All kinds of woodwork done. A large variety of coffins constantly in stock. Prices
very low to suit the times, Main, h do
Souliere Antoine, carpenter, St. Louis
Southier Charles, laborer, St. Peter
SOUTH EASTERN RAILWAY, François X. Demers, jun., station agent, corner Victoria and St. Andre
Spoor Joseph, farmer, Yamaska
STANSTEAD AND SHERBROOKE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO., Curtis P Taber, agent, Main, opposite the Court house
Stanstead, Shefford and Chambly Railway, head of Depot, William L. Hibbard, agent
STARK MRS. A., proprietress West Farnham Woollen Mills, manufacturer of tweeds, scarlet and grey
flannels and yarns. A full assortment of the above always in stock and sold at lowest manufacturers’
prices; custom carding and spinning done on the shortest notice, at lowest rates, mills, office and residence, Main
St. Germain Ephrem, conductor S.E.R., Depot
St. James church, Main, rev. Thomas W. Mussen, M.A., rural dean of Bedford
ST. PIERRE BRUNO, custom tailor. In style, fit, quality of work, prompt execution of orders, and lowest of price I guarantee complete satisfaction; cutting done at lowest prices. Tailor for G. W. & G. E. Loud and J. J. Trudeau, Main, opposite J. J. Trudeau’s, h St. Paul
St. Pierre Eustace, laborer, Main
St. Pierre Jean Baptiste, shoemaker, Main
TABER CURTIS P., general insurance agent, representing a number of first-class companies, and wholesale dealer and exporter of hemlock bark, also secretary-treasurer Protestant Board of School Trustees town of Farnham, office and residence Main, opposite the Court house
TARTE A., proprietor Farnham Hotel. First-class house $1.00 per day. Meals at all hours; conveyance to and from the cars free
Therien David, laborer, Main
Therien Hilaire, retired, Jacques Cartier
Therien Pierre, laborer, St. Peter
Tessier François, laborer, St. Joseph
Thomas rev. B., professor 2nd and 1st French year, College of West Farnham
Tierney William, physician, Main, resides do
TRAVELLERS LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO. OF HARTFORD, Curtis P. Taber, agent, Main, opposite the Court house
Treant Augustin, laborer, Main
Tretant Pierre, laborer, Main
Trudeau Isidore, clerk, bds with J. J. Trudeau, Main
Trudeau J. J., general merchant, Main
UNION ST. JOSEPH DE FARNHAM, Joseph Lequin, jun., president; Edouard Choquette, secretary; Honore Lequin, treasurer
United States and Canada Express Co., William L. Hibbard, agent, office C. V. R. depot, head of Depot
Vachon Pierre, shoemaker, St. Alfred
VALIQUET & CO., general merchants, dealers in general dry goods, groceries, provisions, hardware,
boots and shoes, hats and caps, crockery, glassware, salt, flour, grain, drugs, chemicals, perfumery,
toilet articles, garden, field and flower seeds, &c., Main
VALIQUET JEAN B., M.D. (Valiquet & Co.), physician and surgeon, office and residence Main
Valiquet Joseph, farmer, St. Gregoire
Vallier Mrs. T., widow, Victoria
Vance Samuel A., grocer and painter, Main, h do
Vareneau Narcisse, laborer, Main
Veronneau rev. J. Bte., parish priest, parish of St. Romuald de Farnham, Yamaska
Vezina Emelien, machinist, St. Louis
Vezina Eusèbe, turner, St. Louis
Viau M. E., professor of music, College of West Farnham
West Farnham Academy for boys over 10, free, under the care of the Brothers of the Holy Cross
WEST FARNHAM HOUSE, Norbert Robidoux, proprietor. French and English are spoken in this house. Good livery attached, Main corner Depot
West Farnham Mission, Methodist Church of Canada includes Farnham, Farnham Centre (Brome Co.),
Adamsville (Brome Co.), Ste Bridget (Brome Co.), and Haseville, rev. Thomas Bell, Main
Whitwell Frank, civil engineer and provincial land surveyor, Main
Williams Charles, night watchman S. E. R., Meigs
Wilson C., & Son (Chester and John Wilson), tanners, curriers, boot and shoe makers, Main
Wilson Chester (C. Wilson & Son), Yamaska
Wilson John (C. Wilson & Son), Main
Wilson M. C., machinist, Main
Winter Pierre, shoemaker, St. Vincent
Wyman John, foreman
Yamaska Hotel, Samuel Rive, proprietor, St. Paul
Yates Peter, sexton St James Church, St. Peter
Yates Sandford, laborer, St. Peter
Yates Truman, farmer, L’Ange Gardien road
Young Paul, millwright, St. Paul

FRELIGHSBURG -
In January, 1867, Frelighsburg was incorporated as a village. It is on a branch of the Pike River, in the parish of St. Armand East. Its situation is very picturesque, being in a valley considerably depressed, the hills by which it is surrounded assuming many varied forms, and from their differing altitudes contrasting finely with each other. In the vicinity are various pleasant drives; that to Dunham, six miles distant, being perhaps, unsurpassed for variety and beauty of scenery in any part of the Dominion. The village contains a number of mercantile and manufacturing establishments, and most of the various trades are also fairly represented; but the most remarkable business feature in Frelighsburg is the new, exceedingly commodious, and well arranged store of J. Landsberg, which, as an example of commercial enterprise, is unrivaled in the county, nor is it probable that there is a similar establishment of the same magnitude in the whole townships. It is an imposing red brick edifice of lofty altitude, 80 x 60 feet, resting on a stone foundation of great solidity.

The architects of this fine building were the Messrs. P. & L. Lambkin, of Riceberg, from whose designs and under whose supervision it might not be amiss to state many of the finest edifices, both of a public and private character, throughout this section of country have been erected. They were also the contractors for the woodwork. The manner in which they have carried it out reflects upon them the utmost degree of credit. The other contractors were: for the stone work, Robert and Thomas Rix, of Bedford; plastering, the Messrs. Burley, of St. Armand Centre; painting, Mr. Cullen, of Dunham; roofing, William A. Morrison, of Frelighsburg.

The Eastern Townships may properly be spoken of as the garden of the province in which they are situated, and amongst other products for which they are specially noted maple sugar is not the least conspicuous. Improvements in the utensils required for the manufacture of this luxury have been made from time to time, but it may be said that the climax has been capped by those of which William A. Morrison of this village is the inventor and patentee. His improved crimped Sap Evaporator and Heater has invariably taken the first prize wherever exhibited both in the Dominion of Canada and the neighboring republic. Its points of excellence are economy in fuel, time and labor, as well as the production of the very best quality of sugar. It is undeniably without a rival, and the inventor has had the satisfaction of receiving hundreds of testimonials from practical and experienced sugar manufacturers, resident in all parts of Canada and elsewhere, attesting its undoubted superiority. Mr. Morrison also manufactures and deals in tin, sheet iron and hardware, and does a large business in tin, sheet and galvanized iron, slate and gravel roofing, many of the most extensive undertakings of this character throughout this section of country having been done under his supervision.

Though not actually so at present, it is expected, and with reason, that by the summer of 1880 Frelighsburg will be a station on the line of the Montreal, Portland and Boston Hallway, now open to Stanbridge East, but six miles distant, and thus secure the advantages of direct railway communication.
Frelighsburg is a port of entry. For the year ending June 30th, 1879, the imports were $7,098, while the exports amounted to $21,327.

It is distant from Abbott’s Corner 2½ miles, Adamsville 18, Allen’s Corner 15, Bedford 10½, Clarenceville 25½, Cowansville 12, Dunham 6, East Bolton 32, Frost Village 31, Granby 28, Henryville 21, L’Ange Gardien 25½, Lawrenceville 42½, Knowlton 21½, Mansonville 25½, Marieville 34½, Milton Corner 35½, Mont St. Hilaire 44½, Noyan 28, Philipsburg 13, Pigeon Hill 5, Richelieu 40, Roxton Fails 46, St. Alexandre 22, Ste. Angele 31, Ste. Brigide 25, St. Cesaire 30, St. Gregoire 30-½, St. Hilaire 48, St. Johns 31½, St. Mathias 43, St. Paul de Abbottsford 32, Stukely 31, Sutton Flats 15, Svveetsburg 14, Warden 36, Waterloo 30-½, Farnham 20 and West  Shefford 23 miles. Frelighsburg is a savings bank and money order office, and has two daily mails. Population about 400.

Abbrevations Used: Adv, advertisement; bds, boards; do, same place or same street; h, house. The names in capital letters are those of advertisers and subscribers.
Note: Street is understood; example, Post office, South corner Main, means South street corner Main street

American House, Thomas N. Shepard, proprietor, South, corner East
Austin Cleland, manager at J. Landsberg’s, South
Austin Thomas W., clerk, grocery department at J. Landsberg’s, East
Bazinet Joseph, painter, bds at International Hotel, Main
BENOIT OLIVIER, carriage maker and undertaker. Special attention paid to undertaking, for which all
requisites are kept. Black walnut, rosewood and ash coffins, all sizes, styles and prices, always in stock.
The best and handsomest hearse in the county for hire at reasonable charges, also a second class hearse, South, h do
Benoit William, carriagemaker, East
BESSE GEORGE, custom tailor. Gentlemen’s garments made to order in the latest Paris, London and New York fashions on the shortest notice and at the most moderate charges. A perfect fit guaranteed, South, bds at International Hotel, Main
Blinn Horace A., furniture dealer and undertaker, River, h do
BOARD OF TRUSTEES, Frelighsburg Grammar School, Elijah K. Spencer, secretary-treasurer, office Main
Burnet Robert, general clerk at J. Landsberg’s, bds at International Hotel
Canada Methodist Church, Main, rev. James E. Richardson, pastor, East
Carpenter Charles P., laborer, Main
CARPENTER HENRY HAYNES, school teacher, River
Chadburn Thomas A., blacksmith and horse shoer, Main, bds at International Hotel
Chaffee Mrs. Jasper, East
CHAMBERLIN JOSHUA, M.D., coroner district of Bedford, office and residence “Inkerman”, near
Frelighsburg
Clark Henry H., agent Hochelaga Mutual Fire Insurance Co., Main
Clement Henry, saddle and harness maker, Main, h do
Clement John K., marble works, Main, h do
Cochran James, retired, Main
COMMISSIONERS’ COURT, Parish of St Armand East, George R. Marvin, clerk, office, Main
CORRIVEAU FRANK, JUN., bread, cracker and cake baker. Brown, Graham, steam and cottage bread, twists, Boston crackers and cakes of all kinds delivered daily in the village and twice a week in outside localities. Best articles and lowest prices guaranteed, East, h do
Corriveau Napoleon, blacksmith, Main
Curtis Henry, principal Frelighsburg Grammar School, bds with Ira Smith, South
Custom House, Frederick J. Parker, collector, East
Dandurand Antoine, painter, Main
Davidson rev. J. Burrows, M.A., Church of England, Church
District school —–, teacher, East
Draper Ernest A., hair dresser, International Hotel, h South
DYKE H. N., dealer in staple dry-goods, groceries, provisions, crockery, glassware, boots and shoes, &c.
The best place in the county to buy the above for cash. River, h do
Dyke James, shoemaker, Main
DYKE MRS. H. N., milliner and dealer in millinery goods; ribbons, laces, gloves, shawls, feathers, flowers, wools, &c., sold very low for cash to suit the times, River, h do
Dyke T. B., boot and shoe maker, Main, h do
Fisher Oliver P., tinsmith, South
Freeman Otis C., farmer
Frelighsburg Circuit Canada Methodist Church, rev. James E. Richardson, superintendent, East
Frelighsburg Grammar School, Main, Henry Curtis, principal
FRELIGHSBURG TANNERY, Welch & Hall, proprietors, manufacturers of sole leather, Main
Gendron Joseph, assistant postmaster, South, corner Main
Gendron Octave, jobber, bds with P. R. Yates, River
Grassette Andrew, laborer, South
Hall H. C. (Welch & Hall), resides at Stanbridge East
Hibbard Ashley, railroad contractor, lot 13 W, Parish of St Armand East, P. 0. address Frelighsburg
Hibbard Francis A., civil engineer
Hochelaga Mutual Fire Insurance Co., Henry H. Clark, agent, Main
HOPE S. P., dealer in groceries of all descriptions and provisions, of which a good assortment is always kept on hand at prices as low as at any other house in the place, South
Hurlbut Abel, retired, South
Hurlbut Miss Elvira, South
Hunter S. N., woolen mill and farmer, lot 42 W, Parish of St Armand East, post office address Frelighsburg
Ingalls Homer, marble works, East Dunham road
INTERNATIONAL HOTEL, Hiram Martin, proprietor. Commercial and other travellers will find the best accommodation at this house. Good sample rooms. Livery attached. Charges very moderate, Main at the centre of the village
Isert Arthur, painter, bds at the International Hotel, Main
Kemp A. S., millinery and millinery goods, South, h do
Kemp Mrs. Mary, widow Anson, East
LABONTY FREDERICK R., butcher, dealer in fresh meats of all descriptions, fish and oysters, pelts, calfskins and hides. Dunham and Philipsburg customers supplied twice a week. South, opposite J.
Landsberg’s store, h East
Lafranier François, tanner, South
Lafranier Isaac, mason, South
Lafranier Moise, mason, South
Lagrange Isaac, cancer doctor, lot 43 W, Parish of St. Armand East, P. O. address Frelighsburg
Lahaise Jacob, boot and shoe maker, South
LANDSBERG J., importer and dealer in fancy and staple dry goods, carpets, oil cloths, ready made
clothing, furs, hats and caps, boots and shoes, groceries, provisions, crockery, glassware, paints, oils, &c., South, h do, also at Cowansville
LAROSE M., dealer in boots and shoes, groceries, provisions, tobaccos, cigars, patent medicines, fruits, confectionery, clocks, watches, jewellery and ammunition of all kinds, South, h do
Lavery William, custom tailor, Main
L’Ecuyer Loren, carriage maker, lot 10 W, Parish of St. Armand East, P. 0. address Frelighsburg
Leonard Mrs. Mary Ann, widow, tailoress, Main
Litno Peter H., blacksmith, lot 10 W, Parish of St. Armand East, post office address Frelighsburg
LORTIE EDWARD, dealer in dry goods, groceries, provisions, patent medicines, small wares, hats and
caps, wall papers, window shades, &c. Prices as low as the same goods are sold for elsewhere, and all
articles of a good quality, South, h do
Macarty Miss Dellie, dressmaker, South, corner Main
MARTIN C. R., clerk at International Hotel, Main
MARTIN HIRAM, proprietor International Hotel. Commercial and other travellers will find the best accommodation at this house. Good sample rooms. Livery attached. Charges very moderate, Main at the center of the village
MARVIN GEORGE R., dealer in groceries, provisions, tobacco, cigars, confectionery, fancy goods, toys,
school and other books, stationery, &c., U. S. consular agent, and secretary-treasurer of the village of
Frelighsburg, Main
McQuillen James, general clerk at J. Landsberg’s, bds with J. Landsberg
MERCIER WILLIAM, foreman at Welch & Hall’s tannery, Main
Mercier Zephirin, tanner, Main
MESSIER MICHEL, carriage and general blacksmith and horseshoer; every description of blacksmith’s
work, including repairs, done on the shortest notice, in the most workmanlike manner, and at the lowest prices. Horses shod on the most approved principle. South, h do
MISSISQUOI AND ROUVILLE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO., Elijah E. Spencer, agent, office Main
Montreal Telegraph Co., Frederick J. Parker, manager, East
MORRISON WILLIAM A., manufacturer and dealer in tin, sheet iron and hardware; tin, sheet and galvanized iron, slate and gravel roofer. Seven first prizes and medal at Grand Dominion Exhibition,
Ottawa, 1879, for best sap evaporator and best collection of sugaring utensils, East, h do
MUNICIPALITY OF THE PARISH OF ST. ARMAND EAST, Elijah E. Spencer, secretary-treasurer, office, Main
MUNICIPALITY OF THE VILLAGE OF FRELIGHSBURG, George R. Marvin, secretary-treasurer, office, Main
NESBITT G. K., grist mill, River, also flouring mill, &c., Cowansville, resides at Cowansville
O’Neil Martin, steam saw mill, North Pinnacle road, resides Dunham, post office address Frelighsburg
Parker Frederick J., collector of customs and manager Montreal Telegraph Co., East, h do
Parkin Joseph, laborer, Main
PATTERSON JOSEPH G., engineer at Welch & Hall’s tannery, South
POST OFFICE, Elijah Rowell, postmaster, South corner Main
Reid Miss Jane, East
Reynolds Elijah S., retired, Main
REYNOLDS FREDERICK S., dealer in staple dry goods, hardware, cutlery, groceries, provisions, crockery, paints, oils, &c., of which a good assortment is constantly kept on hand at lowest rates, Main, bds at International Hotel, Main
Richard L. E., dry goods clerk at J. Landsberg’s
Richardson rev. James E., pastor Canada Methodist Church, East
Robert Frank, carpenter and joiner, River
ROWELL ELIJAH, physician and surgeon, dealer in pure drugs and chemicals, perfumery, toilet articles,
&c., and postmaster, South corner Main, h do
SCHOOL MUNICIPALITY OF FRELIGHSBURGH, Elijah E. Spencer, secretary-treasurer, office Main
Scott Miss Azubah, dressmaker, South corner Main
Shepard Thomas N., proprietor American House, South corner East
Smith Ira A., farmer, South
Smith James H., insurance agent, South corner Main
SMITH NORMAN A., M.D., physician and surgeon, office and residence, South
SPENCER ELIJAH E., farmer, secretary-treasurer Municipality of the Parish of St. Armand East, school municipality of Frelighsburg, board of trustees Frelighsburg Grammar School, and agent Missisquoi and Rouville Mutual Fire Insurance Co, office and residence Main
Steinhour David, carpenter and joiner, East, h do
Steinhour Edgar, laborer, Main
Steinhour George, carpenter and joiner, East, h do
Steinhour Mrs. Hannah, widow David, River
Stow A. M., foundry and saw mill, East Dunham road
Titemore Miss Caroline, seamstress, East
TOWN HALL, River
Trinity church, rev. J. Burrows Davidson, M.A., rector, Church
UNITED STATES CONSULAR AGENCY, George R. Marvin, agent, office Main
VINCENT PHILIPPE, manager at G. K. Nesbitt’s grist mill, River
WELCH & HALL, (I. A. Welch and H. C. Hall) manufacturers of sole leather, Frelighsburg Tannery, Main; also at Stanbridge East
Welch I. A., (Welch & Hall) resides at Stanbridge East
Wells Everett E., East
Wells George W., bailiff Superior Court, district of Bedford, and preventive officer, East
Yates Philip R., butcher, River, h do

HASEVILLE -
A post office in the township of Stanbridge, 5 miles from the town of Farnham.

Bissonnette Joseph, blacksmith
Bleau Joseph, farmer
Durocher P., farmer
Goudreau H., farmer
Hase James, farmer
Hase John, farmer
Hase Thomas, farmer and postmaster
Hungerford Samuel, farmer
Kemp L. S. W., farmer
Monet Joseph
Montplaisir Joseph, farmer
Post office, Thomas Hase, postmaster
Scott Freeman, farmer
Truax Richard, farmer

MALMAISON – (DES RIVIERES STATION)
Malmaison post office is about half a mile from the Des Rivières Station of the Central Vermont Railway. It is pleasantly situated on the shores of the Pike River, parish of Notre Dame des Anges, township of Stanbridge. Population, including Des Rivières Station, about 175.

Alexandre David, J. P., grocer
Alexandre J. Bte., laborer
Baker William, jun., sectionman C.V.R.
Baker William, sen., pensioner
Best E., farm laborer
Bordeau F. X., hay presser
Bordeau George, hay presser
Central Vermont Railway, Joshua M. Ferris, station agent
Cote Charles, farmer
Cote Pierre, laborer
Cote T., farmer
Crothers James, J.P., postmaster, sawmill owner and mayor of Notre Dame des Anges
Des Rivieres F. G., J.P.
Ewing George, hay presser
Ewing John, hay and grain dealer
Ferris George, farm laborer
Ferris Joshua M., station agent Central Vermont Railway, agent Montreal Telegraph Co., and United
States and Canada Express Co.
Fraser William, farmer
Gall Archibald, gardener
Hanigan John, saw and grist mill and lumber dealer
Hanigan John William, telegraph operator
HANIGAN WILLIAM, dealer in groceries and provisions of all descriptions, including all articles in these lines required for household use, of the best quality, and at prices as low as it is possible to sell them,
also cattle dealer, opp Central Vermont Railway depot
Jourdanais Joseph, laborer
Lamair Jules, sectionman C.V.R.
Laparche Charles, blacksmith and horseshoer
Lavoie A., laborer
Leblanc David, sectionman C.V.R.
Leblanc Joseph, farmer
Leblanc Regis, farmer
Maloy Patrick, section foreman C.V.R.
Maloy Thomas, sectionman C.V.R.
Menard Charles, farm laborer
Miller Charles, farm laborer
Miller George, farmer
Miller Luke, farmer
Montreal Telegraph Co., Joshua M. Ferris, agent
Plante Arthur, miller
Plante F. X., miller
Plantier Charles, laborer
Roy Pierre, grocer
Simard J. Bte., school teacher, secretary-treasurer parish of Notre Dame des Anges
Spear Henry, farmer
Therien Jos., jun., sectionman C.V.R.
Therien Joseph, sen., grocer
United States and Canada Express Co., Joshua M. Ferris, agent
Varieur Toussaint, laborer

MEIGES’ CORNER -
A settlement in the township of Dunham, three miles from Stanbridge East and the same distance from Dunham. These places are the nearest post offices. Population about 75.
Barnes Louis, farmer
Boucher Jean Baptiste, laborer
Crilly Thomas, farmer
Gales Charles S., farmer
Irving John, farmer
Meiges Abel D., farmer
Rykerd Asa, farmer
Ten Eyck Andrew, farmer
Ten Eyck Henry, farmer
Traver Levi, farmer
Worden Charles K., farmer
Worden Johnson, farmer

MIRANDA -
In the parish of St. Thomas de Foucault, seigniories of Noyan and Foucault, is simply a post-office in an agricultural section of country established for the convenience of the surrounding farming community, all of whose names will be found in the Farmers Directory of the Parish of St. Thomas de Foucault, making it unnecessary to repeat them here.

Derick Stephen B., farmer and postmaster
Johnson J. D., J. P., mayor of the parish

MOORE’S STATION -
A post office in the parish of St. Armand West, distant from Philipsburg on Missisquoi Bay 4 miles, and St. Johns 22 miles. As will be observed by the following list of names, the community represent but one interest, though a most important one — the agricultural.

Bessette Henry, farmer
Bockus Daniel, farmer
Bockus John, farmer
Camel John, farmer
Camel Martin, farmer
Crothers George, farmer
Crothers Joseph, farmer
Gamache Narcisse, laborer
Gauthier John, carpenter
Gauthier Paul, laborer
Moore H. D., farmer
Moore hon. P. H.
Moore P. C, farmer
Moore Mrs. W. A., widow
Newton William, farmer
Rhineheart Walter, laborer
Rosenberger Daniel, former
Smith Joseph, farmer
Surprenant Antoine, farmer
Throop F. H., farmer
Throop H. S., farmer
Tittemore Charles, farmer
Tittemore Peter, farmer

MYSTIC -
Both in itself and surroundings, presents an appearance of thrift and comfort so marked as to be clearly apparent to the most superficial observer. This pretty village, containing from three hundred to three hundred and fifty inhabitants, is situated in the township of Stanbridge, within two miles of Bedford, the chef-lieu of the county. It is a station on the line of the Lake Champlain and St. Lawrence Junction Railway, and is also but four miles from Stanbridge Station on the Central Vermont, and three from Des Rivieres Station on the same line. A want in the village is now in course of being supplied by the erection of a fine two and a half story hotel, opposite the railway depot. Its prosperity is in no inconsiderable degree due to the enterprise of Mr. A. S. Walbridge, the enterprising proprietor of the Mystic Iron works. These very successful works were established in the spring of 1868, one building at that time being sufficient to meet the demands of business.

With a short description of the well known cheese factory of Mr. A. E. Bockus, this brief sketch of one of the pleasantest villages in the country will be closed. This factory was established in 1871 by the present owner in conjunction with several other gentlemen, but for the last five years he has been the sole proprietor. It is known as the “Pioneer Cheese Factory”, and cheese bearing this brand has always commanded the highest market price, a sure test of its uniform and superior excellence. Than this factory there are few as large and none larger in the country. Its capacity for the making of cheese is over 700 lbs. a day, to produce which not less than 7,000 lbs. of milk are required. The water and pasturage in the vicinity of Mystic being excellent, the milk furnished by the farmers of the neighborhood to this factory is all that could be desired.

Note. The following names include most of the farmers of the surrounding section within a limit of about two miles of the post office. Any within that range not here, will be found, as well as all others in the municipality in which Mystic is situated, in the Farmer’s Directory of the Township of Stanbridge.

Adams Mrs. Rosina, widow William
Atkinson William, farmer
Barnes George, farmer
BARNES G. E., dealer in dry goods, groceries, provisions, boots and shoes, hardware, &e., cheap for cash. or farm produce taken in exchange at highest market rates
BOCKUS A. E., proprietor Pioneer Cheese Factory and farmer
Bockus capt. Judson, farmer
Bockus Charles, pattern maker
Bockus H. E., carpenter and joiner
Bockus J. E., farmer
Bockus John J., farmer
Bockus Mrs. Virtue, widow capt. H. N.
Bockus Richmond, farmer
Bockus Willington, farmer
Boomhower Alonzo, farmer
Boomhower James, farmer
Boudreau Joseph, moulder
Brown James, farmer
Capsey George, advocate, secretary- treasurer Missisquoi County Council, office Court House, Main, L. B., resides at Mystic
Capsey James H., farmer
Capsey John, laborer
Clow Milo, machinist
Corey Norman, carpenter and joiner
Corey Varian, machinist
Cyr Joseph, jun., farmer
Demers Jean Baptiste, farmer
District school No. 6, Miss Emma Fairfield, teacher
Douglas Miss Jane, farmer
Dunn Richard, farmer
Fairfield Miss Emma, teacher district school No. 6
Goudreau Isaie, farmer and store keeper
Guertin Theophile, farmer
Guillotte Louis, farmer
Juarre Edouard, farmer
Juarre Jean Bte., jun., farmer
Juarre Jean Bte., sen., farmer
Juarre Jean Marie, farmer
Juarre Moise, farmer
Landry Jean Bte., farmer
Maton Robert, blacksmith and horseshoer
MILLS J. N., dealer in family groceries and dry goods, of which a good assortment is constantly kept on
hand and sold cheap for cash. Ashton’s factory-filled salt always in stock. Farm produce taken in exchange, and highest market price allowed. Call and see
Monbleau Napoleon, laborer
MYSTIC IRON WORKS, A. S. Walbridge, proprietor
Page Parker, farmer
Pendlebery James, farmer
Pharo Frank, machinist
Phelps Charles J., assistant postmaster and carpenter
Phelps Joseph A., postmaster and farmer
Phelps Major, farmer
Phelps Mrs. Alvina, widow Joel
Phelps Mrs. Isabella, widow Hiram
Pinsonneault Theophile, farmer
PIONEER CHEESE FACTORY, A. E. Bockus, proprietor
Post office, Joseph A. Phelps, postmaster
Proctor C. J., farmer
Proctor Charles J., jun., farmer
Proctor Peter, carpenter
Racine Levi, laborer
Reed James, farmer
Reed Mrs. Nancy, widow Robert
Rosenberger Leonard, farmer
Sawyer Andrew, farmer
Sherman Mrs. Charles H.
Stone Charles, farmer
Suggett George, blacksmith
SULLEY GEORGE, secretary-treasurer Township of Stanbridge Municipality, Co. of Missisquoi Agricultural society and Board of School Commissioners, office Court House, L B, resides at Mystic
Vaughan Charles, farmer
Vaughan Charles, music teacher
Vaughan David, farmer
Vaughan D. N., farmer
Vaughan Hiram, farmer
Vaughan John, former
Vaughan Rodger, farmer
WALBRIDGE A. S., proprietor Mystic Iron works
Walker C. M., builder
Wanzer Moses, farmer
Wanzer Mrs. Caroline, widow Silas
Wanzer William, farmer
Watson Charles, farmer
Watson David, farmer
Willey Daniel, laborer

NORTH PINNACLE -
A post office in the parish of St. Armand East, established in 1865. The high mountain in its immediate vicinity is a prominent feature in the landscape, but as it has already been spoken of in the sketch given of the enterprising village of Frelighsburg, which is but a few miles from it, it would be a needless repetition to repeat here what was said there.

The first settlement in the neighborhood of the Pinnacle appears to have been made about the year 1796, by Mr. Ruben Dodge, who made a clearing to the north of it. A Mr. Holiday was another of the earliest pioneers. He built a saw mill, which, with other property in his possession, he disposed of to Mr. Vinten Barnes, the grandfather of the present postmaster.

There is but one store here, and that is more than a mile from the post-office, while the trades are represented by one carpenter and one carriage maker, therefore it might be described as a post-office in an agricultural community established for the convenience of the surrounding population.

Barnes Vinten, postmaster
Burns G., farmer
Calhoun R. A., farmer
Chaburn George C., bailiff Superior Court, district of Bedford, preventive officer and farmer
Cowan Bennet, farmer
Cowan Henry, farmer
Deming Alpheus, farmer
Deming A. N., retired
Deming M. J., J.P.
Ferres J. T., carpenter and storekeeper
Ferres J. W., farmer
Giddings Thomas, laborer
Harvey Bernard, retired
Harvey Edward, farmer
Jenne George C., farmer
Jenne L. D., farmer
Johnson Lewis, former
McDonald Jeremiah, farmer
McGrath John, farmer
McGrath —, jun., farmer
McKelvey James, farmer
McLaughlin Patrick, farmer
Officer David, farmer
Owens Benijah, farmer
Owens Edson, farmer
Prouty W. W., farmer
Sherrer John, farmer
Smith L. E., farmer
Spencer E. S., farmer and carriage manufacturer

NORTH STANBRIDGE -
A post office in the township of Stanbridge, established for the convenience of the surrounding section, which is almost exclusively agricultural. Distant from Bedford, the chef-lieu of the county, 4 miles; Stanbridge East, 3 miles; and from Stanbridge Station, 7 miles, Mails tri-weekly.

Allard D., merchant
Bertrand Simon, farmer
Best Thomas, farmer
Billadoux Henry, laborer
Campbell T., laborer
Chartier Israel, farmer
Chartier Joseph, farmer
Chartier M., farmer
Church of St. Ignace, rev. Edmond Lassard, parish priest
Currie Horatio N., insurance agent and farmer
Daudelin AIphonse, farmer
Daudelin Eli, farmer
Daudelin Frank, trader
Daudelin J. Bte., farmer
Daudelin Olivier, farmer
District School No. 6, Miss Grace Phelps, teacher
Duclos Pierre, farmer
Galipeau Damase, farmer
Girard P., shoemaker
Hawkins S., laborer
Lassard rev. Edmond, parish priest
Lefort Honore, farmer
Mellady Philip, pedlar
Paquette J. Bte., farmer
Pepin J. Bte., stonemason
Phelps A. D., farmer
Phelps Miss Grace, teacher District School No. 6
Polander J., wheelwright
POST OFFICE, A. M. Stone, postmaster
Robert Antoine, farmer
Ross William, farmer
Russell Alfred, farmer
Russell Ernest, farmer
Russell E. C., farmer
Sawyer Andrew, farmer
Sawyer Joseph, cheese maker
Sawyer Robert, farmer
Schoolcraft Myron, farmer
Schoolcraft William, farmer
Simard J. Bte., farmer
Smith Joseph, farmer
Stearns A., farmer
STANSTEAD AND SHERBROOKE COUNTIES MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO., one of the best and most reliable companies doing business in, and one of the two oldest of, the Eastern Townships. All losses promptly paid. A. M. Stone, agent
STONE A. M., postmaster, farmer, and agent for the Stanstead and Sherbrooke Counties Mutual Fire
Insurance Co., noted for prompt settlement of losses
Stone Leonard, farmer
Suggett George, blacksmith and farmer
Thompson John, farmer
Thompson William, laborer
Vanasse Alphonse L., blacksmith

NOYAN -
The parish of St. Thomas de Foucault comprises the western parts of the Seigniories of Noyan and Foucault. Noyan is the principal, in fact the only village in the parish, Miranda, the only other post office in it, being established simply tor the benefit of the exclusively agricultural community in its vicinity. The parish is as well settled as any in the county, in the townships, in the Province, in the Dominion or anywhere. Every acre of it is under cultivation, and beyond that it is impossible to go.

Noyan is pleasantly situated. One mile west of it is the Richelieu River, which is crossed by a ferry, and from this point the Lacolle Station of the Montreal, St. Johns and Rouse’s Point section of the Grand Trunk Railway of Canada is distant but one half mile. Two miles east of the village is Clarenceville, the principal place in either of the seigniories above mentioned. Mails daily. Population about 100.

Derick Alexander, farmer
Derick Henry M., retired
DERICK L. H., general merchant, dealer in dry goods, groceries, provisions, crockery, glassware, boots
and shoes, hats and caps, ready made clothing, hardware, paints, oils, glass and every article usually
kept in a first-class general store. Also secretary-treasurer of the municipality of the parish of St. Thomas de Foucault
Derick Melvin C., farmer
Derick Newbery E., farmer
Derick Norman H., farmer
Derick Philo, farmer
Derick T. B., postmaster and farmer
Derick William J,. general merchant
District School No. 4, Cyrus Labounty, teacher
Du Vernet rev. Canon Edward, rector of Clarenceville, resides at Clarenceville
Farrell Robert G., produce dealer
Fox Samuel, boot and shoe maker
Hislop Edmund, farmer
Hislop William, farmer
Johnson Mrs. Leonard, widow
Labounty Cyrus, teacher district school No. 4
LeRoy Soper, watch and clock repairer
Methodist Church of Canada, rev. John Stewart, pastor, resides at Clarenceville
MUNICIPALITY OF THE PARISH OF ST. THOMAS DE FOUCAULT, L. H. Derick, secretary-treasurer
Murray Dennis, pensioner
Post office, T. B. Derick, postmaster
Robinson Thomas C., carriagemaker
Rourk Andrew, boot and shoe maker
Rourk William, farmer
Spears John D., blacksmith and horse shoer
Stewart rev. John, pastor Methodist Church of Canada, resides at Clarenceville
Struthers George, carpenter and joiner
St. Thomas church, rev. Canon Edward Du Vernet, rector of Clarenceville, resides at Clarenceville
Vaughan Gershan, farmer

NUTT’S CORNERS -
A Post Office in the parish of St. George de Clarenceville, which parish is partly in the Seigniory of Noyan and partly in that of Foucault. Distant from Bedford, the chef-lieu of the county, 14½ miles, and from Clarenceville, the principal centre of trade in the Seigniories of Noyan and Foucault, 2-½.

Brown William, farmer and carpenter
Bullock John, farmer
Cheesman Aaron, farmer
Cheesman Frederick, farmer
Cheesman Silas, farmer
Criller George A., farmer and carpenter
Dean James, farmer
Edy P. H., farmer
Finlay James, farmer
Finlay William, farmer
Gibson George, farmer
Gilbert Israel, farmer
Hall Joseph, farmer
Hawley Asahel, J.P., farmer
Hawley Claude, farmer
Hawley David, farmer
Hawley G. R., farmer
Hawley James W. M., farmer
Hawley John A., farmer
Hawley Mrs. Heman, widow
Hawley Ruben, farmer
Hawley Stoddard, farmer
Hawley William G., farmer
Johnson Henry, farmer
Lake Hawley, farmer
McNeil R. J., farmer
Miller Adam, farmer
Miller Henry, farmer
Miller John, farmer
Mosher Edward, farmer
Nutt David, postmaster and farmer
Post Office, David Nutt, postmaster
Saxton George, farmer
Schoolcraft David, farmer
Schoolcraft Israel, farmer
Spear John, farmer
Taylor A., farmer

PHILIPSBURG -
Missisquoi Bay, an arm of Lake Champlain, is ten miles in length, with a varying breadth, being at the widest six miles. Its general depth is about eighteen feet, though in many places it exceeds this considerably. Flowing into it are the waters of several rivers, — the Pike, on the north shore; the Rock, a moderate sized stream, at the south, a little east of Highgate Springs, in the State of Vermont; and the Missisquoi, by three outlets at the south-west, west of Missisquoi Point

Fish abound in its waters. Shad, black bass, pickerel, pike, perch, and almost all kinds of the smaller varieties are waiting, perhaps not anxiously, but still waiting to be caught, and, as sooner or later they are pretty sure of being captured, they do not wait in vain. In the fall the efforts of the sportsman are often rewarded by the securing of a sturgeon all the way from fifty to seventy-five and sometimes a hundred pounds in weight. The shores likewise have their attractions, — duck, snipe, plover and partridge frequenting the banks and vicinity in sufficient numbers to afford most excellent sport. Delightfully situated on the northern shore of this beautiful Bay stands the calm, the quiet, and the picturesque village of Philipsburg. As a summer residence, no more desirable locality could be chosen. It is of easy access, being now within two miles of St. Armand a station of the Central Vermont, one of the best roads in Canada, and is likely to become, in a short time, the actual terminus of the Lake Champlain and St. Lawrence Junction Railway, now built to Stanbridge Station, only five miles distant. At present this road is open from the place just mentioned to St. Guillaume. When completed the termini will be Philipsburg and a point on the River St. Lawrence opposite Three Rivers.

The post office name of the village is Philipsburg East It possesses a very superior hotel, the rooms, table, and attendance being all that could be desired.

Philipsburg was incorporated as a village in 1846. It is in the Parish of St. Armand West, has two mails daily to all points, contains a population of about four hundred, and is distant from Bedford, the chef-lieu of the county, 8 miles, Clarenceville 12 miles, Cowansville 23 miles, DesRivieres 8 miles, Dunham 18 miles, Frelighsburg 12 miles, Pike River 6 miles, Stanbridge East 11 miles, St. Johns 22 miles, Sweetsburg 2.5 miles, and from Montreal 50 miles, Kingston 212 miles, Toronto 383 miles, Hamilton 411 miles, St. Catharines 442 miles, London 488 miles, and Liverpool, England, via Montreal, 2292 miles.

Audette William, farm laborer, South
Beatty Christopher C., mail agent, St. James
Best Edward, fisherman, Russell
Bibeau Olivier, carpenter, Rhodes
Blanchard John, laborer, Day
Blaney James, pensioner
Briar Mrs. John, Water
BRIGHAM J. S., M.D., office and residence Craig
Brookes Adolphus, laborer, Day
Brookes Mrs. Joseph, Day
Burke David, retired, Day
Cadoret Elie, laborer, Water
Cadoret Henri, Water
Canada Methodist Church, rev. Richard Robinson, pastor
CARR JAMES I., dealer in all kinds of groceries and provisions, of which a good assortment is constantly
kept on hand at lowest possible prices, Rhodes, h Water
Cheesman C. H., J.P., mayor of Philipsburg, president Missisquoi and Rouville Mutual Fire Insurance Co., office Rhodes, h Craig
Colton John, laborer, St. Armand station road
Commissioners Court, Parish of St. Armand West, D. T. K. Nye, clerk,
Cook George, Day
Crothers T. C., tailor, Day, h do
Curtis Eli, carriagemaker, East, h do
Deuel Charles, Day
Dominion Telegraph Co., Valentine G. Hunt, agent, Philips
Eaton Mrs. Mary, widow J. W., Day
Eaton Wyatt, artist, Day
Elder William, tinsmith, Day
Farber J. A., baker, East, h do
Ford Lauson, J. P., Craig
Gibson Clark, blacksmith and horseshoer, Day, h St. Armand Station road
Guerin Jos, general dealer, Rhodes, h do
Head Joseph, laborer
Hogle A. F., stage proprietor, Day
Holt Mrs. Eliza, widow John S., St. James
Hungerford George W., carpenter and joiner, East
Hunt Valentine G., agent Montreal Telegraph Co., Philips
Hutchison Mrs. Belinda, Day
Jameson Stevenson, J.P., lumber merchant and farmer, Rhodes
Kay Frederick William, South
Kerley Lawrence, Craig
Luke Jacob, retired, Day
Luke Philip E., sub-collector of customs, office Day
McLeod James, painter, Charles
McLeod Joseph, painter, Water
McLeod Thomas, painter, Colborne
Menard Hercule, carpenter and joiner, Water
Missisquoi and Rouville Mutual Fire Insurance Co., head office Philipsburg, C. R. Cheesman, president; A.
D. Struthers, secretary-treasurer, office Rhodes
Missisquoi House, Stephen Rhicard, proprietor, Day corner Rhodes
Montgomery rev. H., Day
Moore David, carpenter and joiner, Day
Moore William, laborer, Day
Moore Z. Willoughby, farmer, Craig
Municipality, village of Philipsburg, D. T. R. Nye, secretary-treasurer, office Charles
Nye D. T. R., lieut.-col. reserved militia Missisquoi, postmaster, secretary-treasurer village of Philipsburg, commissioner Superior Court, and clerk of the Commissioners Court, office and residence Charles
Olcott Miss Lydia S., Day
Olds Melancthon D., gardener, Day
Philipsburg and St. Armand Station Stage line, A. F. Hogle, proprietor, Day
Philipsburg Model School, Robert B. Struthers, principal
Pike 0. M., watchmaker, St. Armand Station road
Post Office, D. T. R. Nye, postmaster, Charles
Rhicard Stephen, proprietor Missisquoi House, Day corner Rhodes
Rivers Eli, laborer, Philips
Rivers Levi, mason, Water
Robinson rev. Richard, pastor Canada Methodist Church
Russell Mrs. S. B., widow P. P., Craig
Smith Miss Helen A., Day
Smith William A., agent, Rhodes
Somerville Andrew, mail agent, Craig
St. Armand Circuit, Canada Methodist Church, rev. Richard Robinson, superintendent
St. John Charles, school teacher, Day
St. John Mrs. Julia, widow Charles, Day
St. Paul’s Church, Day, rev. William Westover
Struthers Alexander B., machinist, Philips
Struthers A. D., secretary-treasurer Missisquoi and Rouville Mutual Fire Insurance Co., Charles corner
Philips
Struthers Robert B., principal Philipsburg Model School, Philips corner Charles
Symms & Bro. (William and Horatio Symms), carriage manufacturers, St. James corner Philips
Symms Horatio (Symms & Bro.), South
Symms William (Symms & Bro.), Charles
Symms William A., South
Tye Seth, hostler Missisquoi House
Tye Thomas, laborer, Day
Viali Zeb, laborer, Rhodes
Watson Amos, plasterer and mason, Water
Westover rev. William, St. Paul’s Church, resides with Z. W. Moore, Craig
Whitwell William, M.D., office Rhodes, h East

PIERCETON -
A small village in the parish of St. Ignace, township of Stanbridge. The River Pike, on the north branch of which it is situated, affords good water power. The first settlers in this vicinity were members of the
Briggs, Gage, Pierce and Williams families, the first settlement being made about the year 1825. Distant from Stanbridge East 5 miles. Mails semi-weekly. Population of village and vicinity about 200.

Boomhower Horatio, farmer
Boomhower Walter, farmer
Briggs Dorwin, farmer
Briggs Elwyn, farmer
Briggs James, postmaster
Briggs Mrs., widow George, farmer
Burnett James, farmer
Burnett John, farmer
Burnett Robert, farmer
Casey Benjamin, farmer
Clafflin Gardner, farmer
Clow Joseph, farmer
Corey Alva, sawyer
Corey Orson, farmer
Corey Sylvester, sawyer
Elliott John, farmer
Elliott Robert, farmer
Fisk Jonathan, carpenter and joiner
Gage Mrs., widow Moses, farmer
Gardner Cyril, farmer
Getty Ralph, farmer
Grenier John, farmer
Hall John, farmer
Jones Mrs., widow Orrin, farmer
Jones Thomas, farmer
King George, farmer
Post office, James Briggs, postmaster
Sargent Benjamin, farmer
Schoolcraft Munsell, farmer
Sentemore Frank, farmer
Snyder William, farmer
Sweet Major, farmer
Sweet Victor, farmer

PIGEON HILL -
A village in the parish of St. Armand West, on the Main road between St. Armand Station and Frelighsburg. As the name indicates, it is situated on an elevated portion of ground; the ascent, however, is so gradual as to prevent its being very noticeable. When the “Fenian Brotherhood ” concluded to sieze Canada as a preliminary step to the invasion of Ireland, they determined, amongst other points, to make a raid into the Eastern Townships, and for this purpose a considerable body appeared on the frontier, at Franklin, Vermont, where being got in readiness for their absurd attempt, they started on as foolish, ill-advised, and contemptible an expedition, as ever was undertaken. Pigeon Hill, being but 2 miles from the frontier, was easily assailable, and for what they did here, and how they did it, the reader is referred to the following extract from ”Contributions to the History of the Eastern Townships”, by C. A. Thomas. To quote his words: “on Thursday, the 7th of June last (1866) a party of about fifty Fenians left their camp in Franklin, and came to Pigeon Hill, for the purpose of stealing horses and plundering dwellings. They broke into the hotel of Noah Sager, and stole or destroyed almost everything contained in it.

“Furniture was broken, bed clothes were torn or carried off, clothes taken for their own cast off and left behind; wines, spirits, provisions carried off or destroyed, and the house strewed with straw and filth. The post office seals were carried off or destroyed, and the mail matter, letters, papers, blank forms, returns, books, &c., all torn up or trampled under foot in inextricable confusion.

“They also visited the house of William Thompson, stealing clothing, breaking glassware, and repeating the scene enacted at Mr. Sager’s. Next day, Friday, about sixty Fenians came to the village and spent the day in plundering.

“In the evening of the same day about twenty of the party went to the hotel of F. B. Carpenter and ordered supper. Before leaving they took from Mr. Carpenter about fifty dollars. Only a few of the party remained in the village over night; the rest returned to the camp.

“On Saturday morning, about ten o’clock, William Thompson and two other residents of the place saw four British horsemen, not far from the village, on the road leading to St. Armand Station. When discovered, they were halting, and the men ran towards them, beckoning them to approach. They galloped forward and secured as prisoners five of the Fenians scattered about the village, still engaged in plundering. The same day they arrested another, who was coolly riding a farmer’s horse in this vicinity.
At 2 p.m. on the same day, a body of British, with two pieces of artillery, advanced from St. Armand Station. These troops scoured the woods between the road leading from Pigeon Hill to Franklin, and the one leading from St. Armand Centre to the same place, and took several prisoners.

“This closed the Fenian raid on St. Armand. They had been allowed to carry on their work of robbery for two or three days unmolested. The inhabitants were destitute of arms, and were generally awed by false reports in circulation that several thousand Fenians were hovering on the frontier, just ready to rush like an avalanche upon the country. Government moved slowly, neglecting to send troops at once to the point invaded, hoping the ruffians would venture far enough into the country, so that, when attacked, they could not retreat across the Province line. But further trouble was at this time prevented by the action of the United States Government, which issued orders to have the Fenian leaders arrested, and the arms and munitions of their army seized, which was accordingly done.”

Pigeon Hill is distant from Abbott’s Corner 8 miles; Bedford, the chef-lieu of the county, 8½; Clarenceville, 20½ ; Dunham, 11 ; Frelighsburg, 5; Philipsburgh, 8; Sweetsburg, 18½; St. Armand Station, 5; St. Johns, 29½; and Farnham, 20 miles. Mails daily. Population about 175.

Adams William, farmer
Arcand Fred., laborer
Boright Mrs., widow
Brill Robert, farmer
Brimmer Miss C.
Brimmer Miss P.
Buck Mrs. E., widow
Butler Mrs. J., widow
Butler William, farmer
Cairns rev. H., (resides at Bedford) pastor Canada Methodist Church
Campbell Schoolhouse, Miss Mary Hall, teacher
Canada Methodist Church, rev. H. Cairns, pastor, resides at Bedford
Colby Mrs. J., widow
District School No. 11, Miss Mattie Thompson, teacher
Douglas A., farmer
Eager Mrs. B., widow
Embury Charles, farmer
Embury D. R., farmer
Embury Mrs. D. E., widow
Evans De Forrest, farmer
Evans Eleazer, farmer
Evans Miles, farmer
Evans Mrs. E., widow
Galer Ammon, farmer
Galer John, laborer
Galer Joseph, farmer
Galer 0., laborer
Gardner Palmer, farmer
Gay Louis, farmer
Guthrie E. W., farmer
Hall J. B., farmer
Hall Miss Mary, teacher at Campbell Schoolhouse
Hawk Charles, farmer
Hawk George H., farmer
Hawk Thomas, farmer
Higgins Daniel, laborer
Higgins George, laborer
Holsopple Mrs. E., widow
Holsopple W. A., farmer
Hubbard William, farmer
Hubbard William, grocer
Hungerford Luther D., hotelkeeper
Hurlburt Mrs. M., widow
Jones Charles, former
Masson Joseph, mason
McDonald John A., farmer
McKee Robert, farmer
McKee Thomas, former
Merritt Nelson, wheelwright
POST OFFICE, A. L. Wood, postmaster
Rhicard L. G., farmer
Rhicard N., farmer
Rhicard W. J., farmer
Sager John, farmer
Sager Malcolm, farmer
Shufelt George, farmer
Shufelt John K., laborer
Shufelt Miss Sophia
Shufelt W. J., farmer
Smith Albert D., farmer
Smith E., farmer
Smith Daniel, farmer
Smith George H., farmer
Smith James E., farmer
Smith John M., laborer
Smith Joseph C., farmer
Smith Mrs. T., widow
Smith Mrs. W., widow
Smith William H., farmer
Stimets Horace, farmer
St James Church, rev. Wm. Westover, resides at Philipsburg
Thompson Miss Mattie, teacher District School No. 11
Thomson Miss Elizabeth
Thomson Robert, farmer
Titemore Mrs. L., widow
Titemore Philip, wheelwright
Titemore T. W., wheelwright
Westover rev. William (resides at Philipsburg), minister St. James Church
WOOD A. L., postmaster and farmer
Yates David, farmer
Yates Mrs. B., widow
Yates Peter, farmer
Yates Rhicard P., farmer
Yates Seth, farmer

PIKE RIVER -
A small village on the river of the same name, in the township of Stanbridge, 2 miles from Stanbridge Station, the same distance from DesRivères Station, 6 miles from Philipsburg and 4 from Bedford, the chef-lieu of the county. Pike River is also within 3 miles of Missisquoi Bay, while the Pike River Saline and Sulphur Springs, possessing valuable curative properties, are but one mile distant. There is a church here belonging to the Methodist denomination in which Divine Service is held every Sabbath at 10.30 a.m. by the rev. Richard Robinson, of Philipsburg. Mails daily. Population about 100. The following names embrace not only those who live in the village, but most of the farmers in the vicinity included in a
circle of about two miles.

Alexandre Cyprien, farmer
Baker William, pensioner
Belisle Alexandre, farmer
Bessette James, miller
Blakely Albert, laborer
Blakely Mrs. Ann, widow Edward
Bullis Joseph, farmer
Bullis Martin, farmer
Bullis Ralph, farmer
Charland Paul, farmer
Cheeseman F. C, laborer
Cloutier Etienne, farmer
Cloutier Prest., shoemaker
Couture Laurent, farmer
Cyr Medard, blacksmith and horseshoer
Delpha Fred., jun., farmer
Delpha Fred., sen., blacksmith
Delpha Moses, farmer
Demers Israel, farmer
Ducharme Mrs. Henrietta, widow Edward
Duchesneau Emerie, farmer
Duchesneau J. B., farmer
Dupuis Alfred, farmer
Emond Louis, farmer
Falcon Dominique, farmer
Fausse Etienne, laborer
Fausse Joseph, laborer
Favreau Hyacinthe, farmer
Favreau Louis, jun., farmer
Favreau Louis, sen., farmer
Gaboreault A., farmer
Goudreau Joseph, laborer
Goyette Marcil, farmer
Hamel Cyrille, miller
Hogle L. A. H., general merchant and assistant postmaster
Hogle L. Judson, clerk
Irwin George, jun., carpenter and joiner
Irwin George, sen., wheelwright
Joubert Eusebe, bricklayer
Lacroix David, farmer
Lambert Mrs., widow
Lamothe J. B., farmer
Larochelle Isaie, farmer
Larue Frank, farmer
Love Isram, farmer
Metivier Hebert, farmer
Miller Charles, farmer
Miller George, farmer
Molleur Alfred, farmer
Molleur Joseph, farmer
Molleur Pierre, farmer
Molleur Regis, farmer
Nollette Jean, laborer
Percy James
Percy Francis, jun., farmer
Poissant Edouard, hotel keeper
Poissant Desiré, farmer
Poissant Marcil, farmer
Post Office, A. L. Taylor, postmaster
Polander Peter, farmer
Rice A. W. C., grist and saw mills
Rocheleau Alexis, farmer
Rocheleau Damase, farmer
Rocheleau François, farmer
Rocheleau Joseph, farmer
Rocheleau Pierre, farmer
Smith H. L., laborer
Smith Luther L., farmer
Spear Henry, farmer
Taylor A. L., postmaster
Therien, François, laborer
Therien Joseph, farmer
Therien Nazaire, farmer
Tougas Alexis, farmer
Tougas E., farmer
Tougas Julien, farmer
Vital Edwin, farmer
Watson Alexander, farmer

RICEBURG -
A village containing about 200 inhabitants, is situated on the River Pike, in the Township of Stanbridge, and is a station on the line of the Montreal, Portland and Boston Railway. It was formerly known as Saxe’s Mills, but about seventeen years ago, in consequence of its growing importance, and, doubtless too, as a compliment to one of its most prominent and enterprising residents, Martin Rice, Esq., the name was altered to Riceburg. The manufacturing establishments in this village of P. & L. Lambkin and
Windsor V. Rice are of unusual importance, the prosperity of the place depending greatly upon their existence.

The Riceburg Foundry and Machine Shop, of which Windsor V. Rice, Esq., is the proprietor, is another establishment of great benefit to the village, and, like the above, is run partly by steam and partly by water.

Mails leave twice a day for all parts. Riceburg is distant from Bedford, the county town, 3 miles; and from Stanbridge Station, 5 miles.

Beaucaire Francois, laborer
Best Charles, mason
Bockus M., laborer
Boudreau Alex., machinist
BUTTER WORKER, THE DAIRYMAN’S FAVORTE, P. & L. Lambkin, manufacturers.
Carter Ira, machinist
Chandler Cyril, lumber dealer and farmer
Chandler Mrs. Margaret, widow Amos
Christler M. C., groceries, boots and shoes, &c.
Corey Reuben, farmer
Cote Joseph, cabinetmaker
Crizler William, farmer
Deline Hiram, laborer
Deline R., farmer
District School, Miss Dora Edmonds, teacher
Dufresne Treffle, farmer
Edmonds Miss Dora, teacher District School
Gardner Cyril, farmer
Gardner M., farmer
Hunt Nelson, teamster
Irish Lewis J., foreman with P. & L. Lambkin
Jenkins Augustus, farmer
Jenkins Byron H., farmer
Jenkins Marcellus F., farmer
Jenkins P. L., bridge builder and farmer
Kittredge George H., painter
Lambkin Edward, with P. & L. Lambkin
Lambkin Ernest M., contractor and builder
Lambkin Lyman (P. & L. Lambkin), postmaster
LAMBKIN P. & L. (Philo and Lyman Lambkin), manufacturers and dealers in doors, sash, blinds, mouldings, all kinds of household furniture, &c., also builders, contractors and undertakers
Lambkin Philo (P. & L. Lambkin)
Lambkin Winfield H., with P. & L. Lambkin
Lent David, farmer
Mellor Dawson, moulder
Moore Gallaway, painter
Moreau John, farmer
Murgatory Wallace, laborer
POST OFFICE, Lyman Lambkin, postmaster
Reid Joseph
Rheaume Ovila, laborer
Rice Burton T., farmer
Rice Jefferson V., miller
RICE MARTIN, proprietor Riceburg grist mill
RICE WINDSOR V., proprietor Riceburg foundry and machine shop, manufacturer of engines, boilers, circular saw mills, shingle machines, castings, agricultural implements, &c.
RICEBURG FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP, Windsor V. Rice, proprietor
RICEBURG GRIST MILL, Martin Rice, proprietor
Rogers Hamilton, farmer
Rogers Ira A., blacksmith and horse shoer
Russell Alfred K., farmer
Russell George, butcher
Soles Alvin, farmer
Stanley Frederick, farmer
Welch Joseph, farmer
Wright Joseph, carpenter

SCOTTSMORE -
One of the oldest settlements in the county of Missisquoi, or, indeed, in the Eastern Townships, is situated on the south branch of the Yamaska river, in the eastern part of the township of Dunham. This particular section of country, as well as the township generally, excels in dairy products, butter and cheese from Dunham being well and favorably known in the Canadian and English markets, and being easily disposed of at the highest market rates.

Among the early settlers in this locality were William Shufelt from the state of New York, who came here in 1800; George A. Shufelt from the same state in 1802, and Daniel Scott from the southern part of the state of Vermont, who, after remaining for some time at Caldwell’s Manor, removed in 1800 to a lot in the county of Brome near that part of Dunham in which Scottsmore is situated, and some years afterwards purchased a lot in the above-named township within the present limits of the settlement to
which these brief remarks apply.

From Daniel Scott, his four sons, Lemuel, Daniel, Jonathan and Pliny, and their descendants this locality received the name of the “Scott Neighborhood”, and when in May, 1879, a post office was established here, the name Scottsmore was bestowed upon it in compliment to that family, Mr. Franklin E. Scott, a great grandson of the pioneer David Scott, receiving the appointment of postmaster.

Scottsmore is distant from the Sweetsburg Station of the South Eastern Railway 1 mile; from Cowansville, one of the most thriving and enterprising places in the townships, 4 miles; from the beautiful village of Dunham 6 miles, and from Bedford, the chef-lieu of the county, 15 miles. The population of the settlement is about 150. Mails daily.

Atkins David, carpenter and joiner
Bates Mrs., widow
Blanchard Pierre, laborer
Brimmer David, farmer
Darby B., retired
Darby Lucius, farmer
Farnham Miss, teacher School District No. 17
Ingalls Harry, farmer
Ingalls Loren, farmer
Ingalls S. G., farmer
Larose William, laborer
Lee Edward, farmer
Mandigo William, boot and shoe maker
Mearns Andrew, laborer
Patten James, laborer
POST OFFICE, Franklin E. Scott, postmaster
Quebec George, farmer
School District No. 17, township of Dunham, Miss Farnham, teacher
Scott Daniel, retired
Scott Eugene, farmer
SCOTT FRANKLIN E., postmaster, cheese manufacturer and farmer
Scott George L., farmer
Scott Jedediah, farmer
Scott Marvin D., farmer
Scott Melvin, farmer and cheese manufacturer, Bolton
Shufelt George A., farmer
Smith Henry, farmer
St. Germain Félix, laborer
Touchette Joseph, laborer
Westover —, farmer
Whitcomb P. R., saddle maker and farmer

ST. ARMAND CENTRE -
A post office in the parish of St. Armand East, distant from Frelighsburg, 2-½ miles; Pigeon Hill, 2-½; and St. Armand Station, on the Central Vermont Railway, 7-½ miles. Mails daily. Population in vicinity of post office about 125.

Clapper John, farmer
Dean Calvin, farmer
Demarrer Peter, laborer
Demore Peter, blacksmith
Eccles S. B., farmer
Glidden Benjamin, laborer
Goodre Alphonse, laborer
Green Gardner, farmer
Holden A., farmer
Holden Orrin, farmer
Hunt Mrs. L., widow
Labare Alex., laborer
Labare Justice, laborer
Lafranier J., laborer
Phillips Bethuel, farmer
Reynolds Albert, farmer
Reynolds Orville, farmer
Reynolds Whitman, farmer
Roberts David, laborer
Robidoux Levi, cooper
Royea Charles, former
Shults Henry, blacksmith
ShuIts Jacob W., farmer
Stanley William, wheelwright
Steinhour Norman, laborer
Titemore Edward, farmer
Titemore Mrs. A., postmistress
Titemore Mrs. P.
Toof J. E., butter buyer and farmer
Toof J. W., farmer
Van De Waters A., farmer
Vincent George, retired
Vincent Nelson, farmer
Vincent S. S., farmer
Warner Charles F., farmer
Warner L. H., farmer
Yates Henry, farmer

ST. ARMAND STATION -
A thriving village in the parish of St. Armand West, and station of the Vermont Central Railway. It is a port of entry and warehousing port. All trains to and from the United States stop here for the examination of baggage and freight.

St. Armand station is distant from Bedford, the chef-lieu of the county, 8 miles, and from the following places, with which it has daily stage connection, as under, Pigeon Hill, 5 miles; St. Armand Centre, 7-½ miles; Frelighsburg, 10 miles; and Philipsburg, by another route, 2 miles. Population about 300.

Benoit Joseph P., blacksmith and horseshoer
Bessette Augustin, sectionman C.V. R.
Bourret E. A., collector of customs, bds at Shelters’ Hotel
Bradley A. B., physician
Bradley Charles, pensioner
Brooks Adolphus, hostler Shelters’ Hotel
BROSSEAU JULIEN, assistant collector of customs and landing waiter
Burke Edward, farmer
Burley Robert, farmer
Burnell C. A., travelling agent Emerson Edge Tool Co., Taftsville, Vt.
BURNELL L. G., agent Central Vermont Railway, United States and Canada Express Co., manager Montreal Telegraph Co., and Custom House agent
CENTRAL VERMONT RAILWAY, L. G. Burnell, station agent
CHURCH OF NOTRE DAME DE LOURDES DE ST. ARMAND, rev E. A. J. Rivard, parish priest
Crehan John, section foreman C.V.R.
Custom House, E. A. Bourret, collector of customs
CUSTOM HOUSE AGENCY, L. G. Burnell, agent
Dalpe Theodore, harnessmaker
District School No. 4, Mrs. M. A. Stewart, teacher
Doxtrader Frederick, laborer
Emerson Edge Tool Co., Taftsville, Vt., C. A. Burnell, travelling agent
Fitzgerald J. W., night operator C.V.R.
Freeman William
Gibson Clark, blacksmith
Herrick & Son (Daniel & Elihue Herrick), grist mill owners
Herrick Daniel (Herrick & Son)
Herrick Elihue (Herrick & Son)
Hogle George, farmer
Hogle Hamilton, farmer
Krans William, farmer
Loynes Theodore
McCarty William, carriagemaker
McKenney Charles, laborer
Merritt A., carpenter
Mitchell E. B., farmer
MONTREAL TELEGRAPH CO., L. G. Burnell, manager
Municipality of the Parish of St. Armand West, F. H. Throop, secretary- treasurer
PELETIER N. L., proprietor Shelters’ Hotel. House first-class in all respects. Good sample rooms. Terms
moderate. Also wholesale and retail dealer in wines, liquors and cigars at lowest market rates
Post Office, Captain Peter Smith, J.P., postmaster
Reid Levi, farmer
Riley John, shoemaker
Rivard A., sexton Church of Notre Dame de Lourdes de St. Armand
RIVARD REV. E. A. J., parish priest
Saxton Simeon, foreman wood sawyer C.V.R.
School Commissioners Parish of St. Armand West, M. A. Stewart, secretary-treasurer
SHELTERS ANSON, owner Shelters’ Hotel, and proprietor St. Armand Station and Frelighsburg stage line, also livery
SHELTER’S HOTEL, N. L. Peletier, proprietor; house first-class in all respects. Good sample rooms, terms moderate
Shepherd Asa W., operator C.V.R.
Sherley William, sectionman C.V.R.
Sixby Major H. N., farmer
Smith Charles, farmer
Smith James, sectionman C.V.R.
Smith Capt. Peter, J.P., postmaster, assistant inspector weights and measures Sherbrooke division, and
general merchant
Smith William, sectionman C.V.R.
Solomon Edward, farmer
Solomon John, farmer
ST. ARMAND STATION AND FRELIGHSBURG STAGE LINE, Anson Shelters, proprietor
STEWART M. A., assistant postmaster, secretary-treasurer School Commissioners Parish of St. Armand West
Stewart Mrs. M. A., teacher District School No. 4
Sumner George, farmer
Tetreault Phillip, blacksmith and horseshoer
Throop F. H., secretary-treasurer of the municipality of St. Armand West, resides lot 127 St. Armand
West
UNITED STATES AND CANADA EXPRESS CO., L. G. Burnell, agent
Wood Louis, farmer
Woodbury Mrs. Olive, widow
Young Paul, tailor
Young Peter

ST. CHARLES DE STANBRIDGE -
A village situated in the parish of Notre Dame des Anges de Stanbridge, in the north-west part of the Township of Stanbridge. A handsome Roman Catholic church is being built here, at a cost of $15,000, and capable of seating 600 persons. It will be finished by the 1st of January next (1880), and, with the single exception of the church of the same denomination at the town of Farnham, will be the finest in the county.

A very prominent business feature, not only in St. Charles de Stanbridge, but in the county, are the various branches of manufacture carried on by Mr. Joseph Couture in this place. They embrace a woollen factory, carding, grist, saw, shingle, lath and planing mills. They are situated on the Pike River, which here affords excellent water-power, sufficient to run all of the above establishments throughout the year, with the exception of the woollen factory and custom carding mill, which, for about two months out of  the twelve, are run by steam, the engine used being 45 horse power.

St. Charles de Stanbridge is distant from Bedford 4 miles, and from DesRivieres Station on the Central Vermont Railway 2-½ miles. Mails tri-weekly. Population about 200.

BALTHAZARD REV. H., parish priest
Belisle J. Bte., farmer
Belliles Joseph, bookkeeper at Joseph Couture’s
Bonneau Treffle, butcher
Bouchard Joseph, general store
Cartier Moise, blacksmith
Charland Ferdinand, laborer
Chevalier J. Bte., sen., farmer
Chicoine Moise, laborer
Chicoine T., baker
Choquette Miss Marie Louise, teacher School District No. 4
Choquette Pierre, shoemaker
CHURCH OF NOTRE DAME DES ANGES, rev. H. Balthazard, parish priest
Clouatre Pierre, foreman at Couture’s saw mill
Courville Zephirin, farmer
Couture Arthur, carpenter and joiner
Couture Edouard, farmer
COUTURE JOSEPH, general merchant, proprietor woollen factory, carding, grist, saw, shingle, lath and
planing mills, and farmer
Couture Julien, retired
Couture Moses, farmer
Daigneault Alexis, farmer
Depelteau J. Bte., foreman at Couture’s grist mill
Desforges Charles, spinner
Desforges Joseph, laborer
Dubuc Joseph (N. & J. Dubuc)
Dubuc  (N. & J. Dubuc)
Dubuc N. & J. ( and Joseph Dubuc), masons and contractors
Gamache François, tanner
GAUVIN MRS. M. 0., postmistress and farmer
Gervais Leandre, carder
Gervais Leon, proprietor Hotel St Charles
Hamel Napoleon, farmer
Hotel St Charles, Leon Gervais, proprietor
Lebeau Charles, tannery
Labelle Godfroy, bailiff and collector
LABELLE JOSEPH, notary, collector and secretary-treasurer school municipality of Notre Dame des Anges. Accounts collected and prompt returns made
Larochelle Napoleon, farmer
Mailhot Mrs. Edward, widow, farmer
Menard Theophile, sen., blacksmith and horseshoer
Menard Theophile, jun., blacksmith
Messier François, farmer
Messier Louis, farmer
Morin Etienne, weaver
Normandin Isaie, tanner
RIED J. & J. (Joachim, sen., and Joseph Ried). Established 1869. Builders, contractors, carpenters and
joiners, Contracts taken for the erection of public and private buildings at the closest estimates, were one of the contractors for the new church of Notre Dame des Anges in the Village of St. Charles de Stanbridge, the largest church but one in the county
Ried Joachim, sen. (J. & J. Ried)
Ried Joseph (J. & J. Ried)
Rivard A., laborer
School District No. 4, Miss Marie Louise Choquette, teacher
Shannacy John, foreman at Couture’s woollen factory
St. Denis Pierre, farmer
Tétreault Richard, shoemaker

STANBRIDGE EAST -
The Montreal, Portland and Boston Railway runs from Montreal to Sheldon, in the state of Vermont, where it connects with the Portland and Ogdensburg Railway. Its length is sixty-seven miles, and it passes through the counties of Chambly, Rouville and Missisquoi.

Stanbridge East, an important station on this line, is a village, containing an unusual amount of wealth, of about 500 inhabitants. It is very agreeably situated on Pike River, in the township of Stanbridge, the
surrounding county being one of the best farming sections either in Missisquoi county or, indeed, in the townships. The large number of handsome private residences which adorn its well-shaded streets produce a very pleasing effect upon the spectator, and, at the same time, indicate an appreciation of the beautiful as well as the means to carry it out on the part of its residents. The land in the vicinity of this place was first settled about the year 1790 by Capt. Caleb Tree, and about ten years from this date a Mr. Wilson erected the first sawmill built in this locality, nor was there at the time of its completion a similar structure within a circle of nine or ten miles. Another very early settler was a Mr. Eastman, who cleared the first land in the present actual limits of the villages that on which the Church of England now stands. The contrast between the present and by no means remote past is striking, for the period when there was not a single wheeled vehicle to be seen either in Stanbridge or Farnham townships, to say nothing of more remote districts, is within the experience of many who still survive. When, in 1815, the first cart or waggon appeared it is not unlikely that it commanded more interest and attention than would now be bestowed upon the most elegant production of the carriage builder’s art. As early as 1834 a weekly newspaper called the “Missisquoi Post and Canada Record ” was published here. In December of that year the first number was issued by Solomon Bingham, who, about six months after, formed a partnership with Hiram Thomas, who eventually became sole proprietor. About 1836 a Mr. Phelps, a member of the legal profession from Vermont, possessing considerable literary ability, purchased the plant from Mr. Thomas, and carried it on till the fall of 1837; but, towards the close of this year, a party of Loyalists, whose political sentiments were opposed to those which it advocated, appeared suddenly one night, on mischief bent, at the office of publication. Uninvited visitors are said to be unwelcome, and, when they come with a sinister resolve, they are doubly so. This party, however, were not particularly ferocious, for, after having thrown the types and other paraphernalia of the office into “a state of most admired disorder”, and felled the emblematic liberty pole, they thought that they had met the requirements of the occasion, and so departed with satisfied minds — but without an invitation to call again — whence they came. The publication of the Missisquoi Post ceased about this time, nor was it subsequently resumed. Its site was that on which the handsome building used as an office by John C. Baker, Esq., now stands. Between then and now a great many events, of more or less importance, affecting the interests of this place must have occurred; but, as it does not come within the scope of a work of this description to detail them, they must be passed over in silence, a few words only in reference to the present being all that space permits. The principal manufactories in Stanbridge East are two large tanneries and an excellent grist mill, besides these there are others of minor importance. In the Stanbridge East tannery, which is run partly by water power furnished by Pike River and partly by steam, twelve men are employed, and one hundred and ninety tons of leather tanned every year. The proprietors, Messrs. Welch & Hall, have also a tannery leased at Frelighsburg, at which eight men gain their livelihood and ninety tons are put through the same process in the period just mentioned. Both these establishments are for the manufacture of sole leather. The other tannery is owned by Dunn Bros. It is situated on the north branch of the Pike River, about one mile from the center of the village. The manufacture embraces belting and slaughter sole leather, and the works are of a capacity sufficient to enable the proprietors to tan from six to seven thousand heavy hides yearly. It secures employment to about fifteen hands, and both water and steam furnish the motive power. The grist mill already mentioned is owned by Mr. E. Cornell, and run by water power. There are Church of England and Canada Methodist churches in the village, and also a good academy. Mails leave twice a day for all parts. Stanbridge East is distant from Bedford, the county town, and a station on the Lake Champlain and St. Lawrence Junction Railway, 3 miles; from Stanbridge Station, on the Central Vermont Railway, 5 miles; and from Philipsburg, on the east shore of Missisquoi Bay, 11 miles.

Abbreviations used:  bds, boards; do, same place or same street; b, house.
Note: Street is understood; example post office, Water, means Water street.

Allen George, tinsmith, near Dunn Baker John, Water Bros.’ tannery
American House, Joseph H. Earl, proprietor, Water
Anderson 0. R., tinsmith and roofer, dealer in stoves and tinware, Water, resides Riceburg road
Ayer James, farmer, Maple
Babeux François, tanner
Baker John, Water
BAKER JOHN C., banker, late manager of the Eastern Townships Bank at Stanbridge East, office and residence Water
Baker Thomas, farmer, Maple
Barney Augustus, farmer
Berard Jean Bte., boot and shoe maker, Maple
Boomhower Albert, laborer, Maple
Borden Nelson, laborer, Maple
Briggs E. J., retired, Water
BRIGGS J. R., & CO., dealers in groceries, provisions, boots and shoes, hats and caps, patent medicines, etc., also bakers, all articles sold at the lowest cash prices, farm produce taken in exchange, Water
Briggs Joseph Rice (J. R. Briggs & Co.), Water
Brown James, shoemaker, Maple
Bryan M. V., general insurance agent, Water
Burnham Marriott, retired, Water
Caron Abraham, carriagemaker
Chandler Charles J., farmer
Chandler Erastus, farmer, Maple
CONSTANTINE REV. I., St. James Church, (Church of England), Maple
Corey Benjamin, farmer, Maple
Corey Moses, farmer, Maple
Cornell Charles H., carpenter and carriagemaker, Maple
CORNELL EDWIN, advocate, flour-mill owner and land proprietor, office and residence Maple
Cornell Mathew S., farmer
Cornell Mrs. Prudent, widow Simon H., Maple
Cornell Z. E., law student, Maple
Crothers William, M.D., Water, bds at American hotel
Currie Larkin, farmer
Delaney Daniel, laborer, Maple
District School No. 2, township of Stanbridge, Miss Anna Phelps, teacher
DUNN BROS., (Michael and Edward F. Dunn), tannery, manufacturers of belting and slaughter sole leather
Dunn Edward F. (Dunn Bros.)
Dunn James C., foreman at Dunn Bros.’ tannery
Dunn Michael (Dunn Bros.)
Dunn Thomas, engineer
Earl Joseph H., proprietor American House, Water
Eden Mrs., widow, Maple
Fortin Edouard, baker
GILMOUR A. H., lieut-col. 60th battalion, and director Montreal and Vermont junction railway
Gardner Lester, Water
GORDON WILLLAM H., bailiff Superior Court and crier, &c., of the Circuit Court for the County of
Missisquoi, Maple
Hall H. C. (Welch & Hall)
Hall P. W., engineer at Welch & Hall’s tannery
Harris Hobart, laborer
Harris Mrs. Mary J., widow Orsan, Riceburg road
Harris Mrs. Myra, widow A. R., dressmaker, Riceburg road
Harris Mrs. Orson T., Riceburg road
Harvey John H., Missisquoi House
Harvey Mrs. 0. M., proprietress Missisquoi House, Maple
Harrison James, farmer
Hawk Jared, proprietor Pike River Valley Cheese Factory, Riceburg road
Hibbard Frank, civil engineer, bds at American House
Hodge George, farmer, Maple
Hodge Mrs. Mary, widow Abram, Maple
Holloway Richard, farmer, Maple
Jackson rev. Samuel (F. Pierce & Co.), Water
Jones J. M., postmaster and grocer, Water, h Frelighsburg road
Johnson Simon, beam hand at Welch & Hall’s tannery
Kemp Henry, farmer, Water
Lachapelle Olivier, laborer, Maple
Lacource Joseph, laborer
Lanthier A., dry goods, boots, shoes, &c., and merchant tailor, Water, h Riceburg road
LAROCQUE ALFRED, general blacksmith and horse shoer. All descriptions of work in the above, including repairs, done in the best and cheapest manner. Horses well and carefully shod, near Dunn Bros.’ tannery
Martin Ebenezer, retired
McGregor J. M., notary and law commissioner. References, Buchanan (Q.C.), and Baker, (Q.C.),
Sweetsburg, P.Q.; Jas. O’Halloran, Q.C., Cowansville, P.Q.; E. Cornell, advocate, Stanbridge East, office  and residence Maple
Martin Naoleon, clerk
McKenny Ira, roller at Welch & Hall’s tannery
McMahon Louis, bookkeeper, bds at Missisquoi House
Meron Joseph, beam hand at Welch & Hall’s tannery
Methodist Church of Canada, rev. J. E. Richardson, pastor; rev. S. Jackson, assistant pastor, Sup’y
Missisquoi House, Mrs. O. M. Harvey, proprietress, Maple
Moore Josiah, cabinetmaker, Maple
Murgatroy Howard, laborer, near Dunn Bros.’ tannery
Murgatroy William, laborer
O’Connor James, tinsmith, Maple
O’Dell John H., brick maker and farmer, Water
O’Dell Loop, brick maker, Water
O’Dell Peter H., painter, Water
O’Dell William A., brick maker, Water
Owens John, bds at Missisquoi House
Palmer Lyman, carpenter and joiner, Water
Palmer Lyman K., carriage maker, Frelighsburg road
Palmer Marcellus J., carpenter and joiner, Water
Paradis Francois, miller
Phelps H. Nelson, carpenter, Water
Phelps Miss Anna, teacher district school No. 2, township of Stanbridge
PIERCE F., & CO. (Frederick Pierce and Samuel Jackson), hardware merchants, chemists and druggists,
booksellers and stationers, dealers in hardware, paints, oils, glass, &c., drugs and chemicals, perfumery and toilet articles, books, stationery, paper hangings, groceries, shoe findings, &c.  Special lines, hardware and drugs, Water
Pierce Frederick (F. Pierce & Co.), Water
Pike River Valley Cheese factory, Jared Hawk, proprietor, Riceburg road
Plumridge Joseph, laborer, Maple
Posé Felix, engineer at Welch & Hall’s tannery
Post office, J. M. Jones, postmaster, Water
Potvin Edward, tanner
Pratt Archibald, laborer
Pratt Charles, foreman at Welch & Hall’s tannery
Pratt Napoleon, painter, Maple
Pratt Theodore, jun., carpenter and joiner
Pratt Theodore, sen.
Rhicard Samuel F., butcher, Water
Richardson rev. J. E. (resides at Frelighsburg), pastor Methodist Church of Canada
ROBERT CHARLES, boot and shoe maker. Boots and shoes made to order in the latest style, of the best
material, in the most workmanlike manner and at the lowest prices. Repairs promptly and cheaply done,
Maple, h do
ROBERT PHILIP, saddle and harness maker and carriage trimmer. Every description of harness promptly made to order in a manner guaranteed to give satisfaction in style, quality and price. Carriage trimming and repairs quickly done at lowest prices, Maple h do
Robert Theophile, farmer
SCAGEL E. J., dealer in dry goods, groceries, provisions, boots and shoes, hats and caps, hardware, crockery, glassware, lamps, &c., Maple, h do
Scagel Hanson, laborer
Scagel Mrs. Eliza, widow James, Maple
Scagel William
Sime James, blacksmith and horse shoer, Water
STANBRIDGE ACADEMY, John C. Baker, secretary-treasurer
STANBRIDGE EAST TANNERY, Welch & Hall, proprietors
Stanton Mrs. Jane M., widow Samuel P., Maple
Stanton Nelson, farmer, Water
Stanton Orvill S., carpenter, Maple
ST. JAMES CHURCH (Church of England), rev. I. Constantine, Maple
Sweet Wilmot, laborer, Maple
Tenaglio Noel, tanner
Tree George, farmer, Maple
Unwin John, mason
Valentine James, painter, carpenter and joiner
Van Antwerp James, blacksmith, Frelighsburg road
WELCH & HALL (I. A. Welch and H. C. Hall), proprietors Stanbridge East and Frelighsburg tanneries, manufacturers of sole leather
Welch I. A. (Welch & Hall)
Westover Albert, laborer, Maple
Westover Edward, farmer, Water
Wood Horace E., post office clerk

STANBRIDGE RIDGE -
A settlement in one of the best farming sections in the Township of Stanbridge, 2 miles from Bedford, the chef-lieu of the county, and the same distance from Stanbridge East. Mails semi-weekly. Population about 100.

Baker Herbert, farmer
Baker Mrs. Lydia, widow B.
Baxter George, agent Brome Organ Co.
Calvey Daniel, farmer
Calvey Mrs., widow, farmer
Corey Arthur, farmer
Corey Benjamin L., farmer
Corey Henry, farmer
Corey Lafayette, farmer
COREY LINDOL, provincial land surveyor
Corey Luther, J.P., farmer
COREY MERVIN D., schoolteacher
Corey Miss Elizabeth, tailoress
Corey Miss Julia A., district school teacher
Davis George, farmer
Davis Mrs. Caroline, widow Nelson
Davis William, farmer
District School, Miss Julia A. Corey, teacher
Dufresne Simeon, farmer
Loynes Charles, blacksmith
Macnamara Edmond, farmer
Martindale Aaron, farmer
Martindale Abel, farmer
Martindale Ari, farmer
Martindale Azro, farmer
Martindale Curtis, farmer
Martindale Florien, trader
Martindale John, farmer
Martindale Noble, postmaster
McGovern Patrick, farmer
Murray James, blacksmith and farmer
Post office, Noble Martindale, postmaster
Rikard Josephus, farmer
Stanton Gardner G., farmer
Stanton William, farmer
Vance Thomas, farmer
Vaughan David, farmer
Wells Hale, farmer
Wells William, farmer
Whiteman Thomas, farmer

STANBRIDGE STATION -
A village in the township of Stanbridge, presenting a thriving appearance. It is a station of the Central Vermont Railway, and also of the Lake Champlain and St. Lawrence Junction Railway. Stages leave here daily for Bedford, Dunham, Henryville, Pike River, Riceburg, Stanbridge East and St. Sebastian, running in connection with C. V. R. trains.

Stanbridge Station is distant from Bedford, the chef-lieu of the county, 2 miles; Dunham 11, Malmaison 3, Riceburg 6 and Stanbridge East 7 miles. Mails twice a day from Montreal and by the Stanbridge East stage route; from other points daily. Population about 300.

Abbreviations used: Adv, advertisement; bds, boards, C. V. R. Central Vermont Railway.
Alexandre Abraham, butcher
Arpin Victor, laborer
Beck Mrs. Lydia, district school teacher
Benoit Edmond, carriagemaker
Bonneau Alfred, shoemaker
Bonneau Jean M.
Brault Leandre, section man C.V.R.
Brault Napoleon, laborer
Brault Pierre, stone mason
Central House, Phillip Hauver, proprietor
Central Vermont Railway, William Morgan, station agent
Couture Lazaire, photographic artist
Cyr Jean Baptiste, farmer
Demers Charles, temperance hotel
Excelsior Hotel, Noel Lague, proprietor
Godreau J., striker C.V.R. repair shop
Godreau Julien, boot and shoe maker
Harmon Frank, United States Commercial agent, bds at Excelsior Hotel
Hastings H. A., farmer
Hastings George M., baggage master C.V.R., bds at Excelsior Hotel
Hauver Phillip, proprietor Central House
Hebert Benjamin, section man C.V.R.
Hubert Noel, section foreman C.V.R.
HUGRON EUSTACHE, general blacksmith, carriage ironer and horse shoer. For the best of work, including repairs, at the lowest prices, give me a call. Horses carefully shod. All work warranted to give satisfaction
Hungerford Homer H., farmer and wheelwright
Hungerford Mrs. Miranda E., widow John
Jasmin Joseph, section man C.V.R.
Jasmin Ludger, laborer
Lafleur Henri, driver and horse dealer
Lafrance Narcisse
Lague Noel, proprietor Excelsior Hotel
Lamere François X., laborer
Lamere Mrs. Médard
Lamoureux Francois, hay dealer, bds at Excelsior Hotel
LAMOUREUX J. A., commission merchant and wholesale and retail dealer in hay, straw and grain, also
pays highest market price for same
LANDRY ISAIE, dealer in fancy and staple dry goods, hats and caps, boots and shoes, groceries, provisions, crockery and glassware, coal oil, lamps, &c., embracing a full general assortment. Prices low
Landry Jean Baptiste, jun., clerk
Landry Jean Baptiste, sen., farmer
Landry Louis, farmer
Larocque Elzear, striker C.V.R. repair shop
Lebeau Alfred
Lebeau F., section man C.V.R.
Mailloux Cyrille, jun., laborer
Mailloux Cyrille, sen., laborer
MARCOUX CLEOPHAS, custom tailor, over Senesac Bros.’ store. Gentlemen’s garments made to order in the latest styles, promptly and at lowest prices. Satisfaction guaranteed
MARTIN ARON R. (from 1st May, 1880), proprietor Martin’s hotel (now Lafleur’s). This hotel having lately been repaired and furnished, guests will find first-class accommodation
Missisquoi Flour Depot, Charles P. Taylor
Mitchell Homer E., physician and surgeon
Molleur Pascal
Montreal Telegraph Co., Henry Ross, agent
Morgan William, station agent C.V.R.
Morgan Edward W., clerk Exchange Bank of Canada, Bedford
Murray Charles M., farmer
Pariseau Pierre, farmer
Pinsonneault Stephen, moulder
POST OFFICE, B. Selby, postmaster
Reaves François, carriagemaker
ROBINSON CHARLES H., proprietor Stanbridge Station Marble works
Ross Henry, agent Montreal Telegraph Co.
Scott A. H.
SELBY B., postmaster, dealer in flour, grain, salt, clap-boards, lath, &c. All goods warranted as represented. Terms strictly cash
SENESAC BROS. (Louis N. and Henri Senesac), general merchants, dealers in fancy and staple dry goods, hats and caps, boots and shoes, groceries, provisions, crockery and glassware, shelf and heavy hardware, paints, oils, glass, coal oil, lamps, &c.
Senesac Henri (Senesac Bros.), resides at Malmaison
SENESAC JACQUES, general merchant, dealer in every article kept in a first-class general store, opposite
the Central Vermont Railway Station
Senesac Louis N. (Senesac Bros.)
Stackpool Michael, foreman C.V.R. repair shop
STANBRIDGE STATION AND DUNHAM STAGE LINE, William Turnbull, proprietor
Stanbridge Station and Henryville Stage line, Pierre Girard, Henryville, proprietor
STANBRIDGE STATION AND STANBRIDGE EAST STAGE LINE, William Turnbull, proprietor
STANBRIDGE STATION MARBLE WORKS, Charles H. Robinson, proprietor
Taylor Chs. P., Missisquoi flour depot
Taylor James N., retired
Therien Augustin, laborer
Therien Gedeon, laborer
Therien L., section man C.V.R.
Therien Noel, laborer
Therien Z., farmer
Tremblay J., carpenter
Tremblay Mrs., widow Peter
TURNBULL WILLIAM, proprietor Stanbridge Station and Dunham Stage Line, and Stanbridge Station
and Stanbridge East Stage Line, also livery United States Commercial agent, Frank Harmon

STANBURY -
A post office in the township of Stanbridge. Distant from Bedford, the chef-lieu of the county, 6 miles, and from Farnham 8 miles.

Aulden Eli, cheese maker
Aulden James, cheese maker
Beattie Porter, farmer and postmaster
Beatty A. F., farmer
Beatty H., farmer and mill owner
Black William, farmer
Bowker Elwin
Christler Henry, farmer
Clow F., farmer
Hunter David, farmer
Hunter John, farmer
Hunter Robert, farmer
Johnson T., cheese box maker
Johnson M., cheese box maker
Kennedy & Buck, mechanics
Kennedy George, farmer
Kennedy Guy, cheese maker
Kennedy L., farmer
Kennedy Martin, farmer
Kennedy William, farmer
McCabe John
McCabe William, farmer
Pendlebury George, farmer
Porter William, farmer
Post office, Porter Beattie, postmaster
Schoolcraft Silas, farmer
Short Charles, farmer
Short H. M.
Smith H.
Smith L. C, mechanic
Steel Dan., farmer
Stockwell Moses, laborer
Stockwell Rufus, laborer
Taylor R., farmer
Taylor Smith, cheese maker
Truax John, farmer
Truax L., farmer

SWEETSBURG -
The business centres of the villages of Sweetsburg and Cowansville are only one and six-tenths of a mile distant from each other. They are connected by Main street, the principal thoroughfare of each, the dividing line being at the Missisquoi High School, which, without giving the actual measurement, may be said to be midway between the village post offices. It is but a step from the one place to the other, and as Main street is continuously built upon Sweetsburg and Cowansville, present the appearance of one good-sized town rather than of two distinct villages.

Mr. C. Thomas, in a work published by him in 1866, entitled ”Contributions to the History of the Eastern Townships”, says that John Church, from the State of New York, settled in this locality in 1799, and that until 1854, when the post office was established, it was called Churchville after the Church family, and from the same source it is also learnt that this place “owes much of its present importance and prosperity to G. H. Sweet, Esq., who for man years (previous to 1866) has been the leading man in this village”.

A weekly journal, called “The District of Bedford Times”, was formerly published here by Mr. H. Rose, but, after continuing in existence for about three years, it ceased to be issued in 1869.

Speaking of Sweetsburg as it is to-day it derives it chief importance from the fact of its being the main judicial centre for the district of Bedford, comprising the Counties of Missisquoi, Brome and Shefford, the Court of Queen’s Bench, Superior and Circuit Courts, and the Sessions of the Peace for the district being held here. Besides the above there are County Circuit Courts and Sessions of the Peace held at Bedford for the County of Missisquoi, at Knowlton for the county of Brome, and at Waterloo for the county of Shefford.

The Court House and Jail were erected in Sweetsburg in 1861, at a cost of $25,000, and compare favorably with buildings used for similar purposes in other sections of the Province. Their location is pleasant, being on one side of a square, encircled with a row of trees, to which, as they increase in size, every year they add additional beauty; having in the centre a very nice croquet lawn, the whole soon to be surrounded by stone posts, supporting (it is likely) a chain fence. It would naturally be inferred, from the fact of Sweetsburg being from time to time the abode of judges, advocates, plaintiffs, defendants, witnesses and jurymen, that its hotel accommodations would be of a superior class, and such is indeed the case, both the Sweetsburg House and the American Hotel being entitled to rank with the best in the townships. Attached to the Sweetsburg House, of which Mr. Lappin is the proprietor, is a fine hall capable of seating four hundred persons. The interior decorations are in good taste, and in size it is 66 x 36 feet, the height being 22 feet. One of the most useful and worthy institutions of the place is the Missisquoi High School, which has been established 24 years, and has done good service in the cause of education. During the last five years it has been under the charge of the Rev. T. W. Fyles, who was appointed principal by the Bishop at the request of some of the leading parishioners. Mr. Fyles has
had 26 years experience as a teacher, and holds a certificate of merit as a schoolmaster, signed by the Earl of Granville, Lord President of the Committee of Council on Education, and a diploma as a teacher of science and art, signed by Richard Redgrave, Royal Academician. During the last five years 163 young persons have received instruction in the school, 15 of them having obtained elementary school diplomas. The boards of examiners, Protestant and Catholic, with power to grant elementary school diplomas in the district of Bedford, meet here on the first Tuesday in the months of May and November, for the examination of teachers.

Sweetsburg is a station on the line of the South-Eastern Railway, and is on the south branch of the Yamaska River, in the township of Dunham The village is incorporated, and contains a population of from 300 to 350. For the names of the farmers resident in the vicinity of Sweetsburg, as well as all others in the township in which it is situated, see the Farmers’ Directory of the township of Dunham.
Note: Street is understood: example, Post office, Main, means Main street;
Abbreviations used: Adv, advertisement; bds, boards; do same place or same street; h. house.

American House, G. T. Batchelder, proprietor, Main
Archambeault Alfred, laborer, bds, Main
Baker hon. George B., Q.C. (Buchanan & Baker), M.P., county of Missisquoi, Main
Batchelder G. T., proprietor American House, Main
BELL JOHN J., architect, contractor bridge and general builder. References given when required, Main, near the Missisquoi High school. Post office address, Cowansville
Bell Miss Polly, bds Sweetsburg House
Berard Theophile, boot and shoe maker, Main
Boright C. H., general merchant and station agent South-Eastern Railway, Main, h do
BORIGHT CURTIS S., postmaster, dealer in groceries, flour, corn, pork, salt and a well assorted stock of
farmers’ produce, which he is bound to sell at prices that defy competition. Highest cash prices paid
for butter, also agent Montreal Telegraph Company, Main, h do
Boright George, retired, Main
BORIGHT MRS. CURTIS S., millinery and fancy goods, Main
Boucher Constantine, deputy prothonotary Superior Court, district of Bedford, bds at Sweetsburg House
Bousquet Frank, agent Belden’s Atlas of the Dominion of Canada, bds at American House
Bowker Luke, saddle and harness maker, Main, bds do
Bowker M. E., farmer, Main
Branchand Edward, carpenter and joiner, Elm
BRAY WILLIAM MOORE, wholesale and retail boot and shoe manufacturer. Country merchants supplied at low prices. People’s own stock made up if desired. All work warranted. Main opposite the Court
house, h do
BUCHANAN & BAKER (G. C. V. Buchanan, Q.C, and hon. George B. Baker, Q.C), advocates, &c., Main
Buchanan G. C. V., Q.C. (Buchanan & Baker), Main
Buck Frank, laborer, Main
Budd William H., carpenter and joiner, Main
BULMAN J. D., captain and adjutant 79th battalion. Practical watchmaker and jeweller, chronometers and rack lever watches skilfully repaired; also, patent right solicitor. Patents secured in all countries where granted. Trade marks and designs registered, Main, h do
Bury James, clerk, official assignee’s office of Peter Cowan, bds at the American House
Butler Miss Catherine, teacher district school
Carlin James H., saddle and harness maker, Main, h do
Carpenter Mrs. Hiram, Main
Channell David B., employee Passumpsic Railway, Main
CHRIST CHURCH, Main, rev. T. W. Fyles, rector
Church Franklin, carriage painter, Elm
Church Henry, Main
CHURCH OF STE. ROSE DE LIMA, rev. J. B. S. St. Onge, parish priest
Circuit Court, district of Bedford, Frederick T. Hall, clerk, office Court House
Clark Mrs. Elizabeth, widow Archibald, Main
Clerk of the Crown, district of Bedford, Frederick T. Hall, office Court House
Clerk of the Peace, district of Bedford, Frederick T. Hall, office Court House
Cotton George, farmer, near Railway Depot
Cotton Thomas, near Railway Depot
COWAN PETER, sheriff district of Bedford and official assignee for same, office Court House, Sweetsburg, resides Albert, Cowansville
CROTHERS & DUFFY (R. A. Crothers, B.A., B.C.L., and H. T. Duffy, B.A., B.C.L.), advocates, barristers, &c. Collections promptly attended to, near the Court House, also at Bedford
Crothers R. A., B.A., B.C.L. (Crothers & Duffy), resides at Bedford
DES ROCHES DOSITHEE, proprietor Sweetsburg Tannery, manufacturer of upper and harness leather. Custom work done at the very lowest price, Main, h do
Des Roches Narcisse, blacksmith and horse shoer, Main, h do
District school, Miss Catherine Butler, teacher
Doty Ira, hostler Sweetsburg House
Duffy H. T., B.A., B.C.L, (Crothers & Duffy), bds at Sweetsburg House
Duncan James, bar keeper American House
Farnan Felix, provincial land surveyor, office and residence Main
Ferguson P. F., butter and cheese buyer, bds at American House
Fox John F., pianoforte and organ tuner, dealer in pianos and organs, bds at American House
Fuller H. Le Roy, M.D., physician to the jail, office and residence Main
GALER GEORGE N., bailiff Superior Court, district of Bedford and district magistrates’ constable, Main
GALER MRS. GEORGE N., milliner and dressmaker, Main
Goddard E. C., general merchant, Main, h do
Goodwin Louis D., deputy sheriff district of Bedford, bds at American House
Griggs Joseph, laborer, Main
Hall Frederick T., prothonotary, clerk of the Crown, Peace and Circuit Court, office Court House, h near
Court House
Hall —, produce dealer
HULL 0. N., watchmaker and jeweller, dealer in watches, clocks, jewellery, plated ware, fancy goods, &c.,
Hull’s block, Main, Cowansville, h, Main
Jacobs Joseph, laborer, Main
Jokisch Hermann, principal Sweetsburg College, Main
Jones Lafayette, bailiff Superior Court, district of Bedford, Main
Kathan C. C., farmer, Main
Kathan Miss Alice, organist Christ church
Kemp Edwin, deputy prothonotary, Main
Laporte Antoine, painter, Main
LAPPIN CHARLES, proprietor Sweetsburg House. Has been enlarged and improved, and is first-class in all its arrangements. Good livery connected, Main
Leclaire John, carriagemaker, Main
McLoughlin Joseph A., inspector of schools, district of Bedford
MISSISQUOI HIGH SCHOOL (Church of England), visitor, the Lord Bishop of Montreal; rector, the rev. T. W. Fyles
Mitchell Albert E. (Racicot & Mitchell), office and residence, Main
MONTREAL TELEGRAPH CO., Curtis S. Boright, agent, Main
Moore Albert E., boot and shoe maker, Main
MOUNTAIN JOSEPH, dealer in all kinds of confectionery, foreign and domestic fruits, oysters, &c., also barber and hairdresser and dealer in perfumery, toilet articles, &c. The celebrated Baltimore oysters served up in every style during the season. Hotels and families supplied at the lowest market rates, Main near the Court house, bds at Sweetsburg House
Papineau Lewis, baker, Main, h do
Pickel H. D., mayor of Sweetsburg, high constable, district of Bedford, office Main, h do
Pickle Abraham, farmer, Main
PICKLE EDWARD, proprietor Sweetsburg and Frelighsburg Stage Line, Main
Pickle Simon T., stage driver, Main
Plamondon J. B., bds at Sweetsburg House
POST OFFICE Main, Curtis S. Boright, postmaster
Prothonotary, Frederick T. Hall, office Court House
Racicot & Mitchell (Ernest Racicot, Q.C., and Albert E. Mitchell), advocates, offices at residences, Main
Racicot Ernest, Q.C. (Racicot & Mitchell), M.P.P., county of Missisquoi, office and residence, Main
Rhicard Charles E., carriagemaker, Elm, h do
Robitaille Joseph, farmer, Depot road
SHERIFFS OFFICE, district of Bedford, Court House, Peter Cowan, sheriff
Shufelt G. Fuller, J.P., farmer and councillor, Elm
South Eastern railway, C. H. Boright, station agent
Stone V., butcher, Main
ST. ONGE REV. J. B. S., parish priest, residence at church, Main
Streeter Fred., hostler American House
STREETER GEORGE R., manufacturer of hames and mop handles. All orders for the above, by mail or
otherwise, will receive prompt attention and be executed at the lowest prices. First-class work guaranteed, Main, h do
SWEETSBURG AND FRELIGHSBURG STAGE LINE, Edward Pickle, proprietor
Sweetsburg College, Main, Hermann Jokisch, principal
SWEETSBURG HOUSE, C. Lappin, proprietor. Has been enlarged and improved, and is first-class in all its arrangements. Good livery connected, Main
Sweetsburg jail, Norman Vincent, jailer
SWEETSBURG tannery, Dosithee Des Roches, proprietor, manufacturer of upper and harness leather. Custom work done at the very lowest price, Main
Vincent Norman, jailer Sweetsburg jail, resides in the building
Vincent N. E., bailiff Superior court District of Bedford
Washer S. S., laborer, near Railway Depot
Wyllie James, jun., operator Montreal Telegraph Co., bds with Curtis S. Boright, Main

VENICE -
A post office in the parish of St. George de Clarenceville, Seigniories of Noyan and Foucault, established for the convenience of the agricultural community in its vicinity. As the names of all the farmers in its neighborhood, as well as all others in the parish in which it is situated, will be found in the Farmers’ Directory of the Parish of St. George de Clarenceville, it is not necessary to repeat them here. This post office is distant from Bedford, the chef-lieu of the county, 7 miles, and from Clarenceville the same distance. Population in its vicinity about 150.

Hunter Thomas, farmer and postmaster.

DUNBORO -
In Dunham Township, is not a village, but simply a post office. The farmers in its vicinity will be found in the Farmers’ Directory of the Township of Dunham.

ST. JOHNS -
The Fort of St, Johns, which lies at the south end of the town of St. Johns, on the left bank of the River Richelieu, was built by the French about the year 1667, during the Government of the “Marquis de Tracy”, the then Viceroy of the French possessions in North America. This fort, as well as those of Sorel, Chambly, Ste. Therese and Ste. Ann, at the foot of Lake Champlain, were intended to check the incursions of the Iroquoi Indians, who during these remote times were the most dangerous foes the early French settlers had to contend against.

Nothing of peculiar importance occurred about the Fort of St. Johns from the date of its foundation until the conquest of Canada by the British. During the memorable year 1760, the French troops, after having been dislodged from all their positions on Lake Champlain, retreated towards the forts of “Ile aux Noix”’ St. Johns, and Montreal.  The British and Colonial troops, under General Amherst, succeeded in driving before them the gallant French General Bourlamarque, and on the 8th of September, 1760, Montreal was besieged. Every man conversant with our history knows the details of the capitulation of Montreal, and its consequences.

During the American War of Independence General Montgomery, at the head of a portion of the Continental Army, invaded Canada, and after having taken by surprise Forts Frederic, Ticonderoga (formerly Fort Carillon), and “Isle aux Noix”, laid siege to the “Fort of St. Johns”, and only succeeded in
reducing it after forty-five days.

In 1812-13-14 the Fort of St. Johns was one of the points where was prepared that expedition against the United States which culminated in the Plattsburg disaster. No important event took place from 1814 to 1827, when the late Honorable Robert Jones built a toll bridge over the River Richelieu, thus affording easy communication with the Eastern Townships, and giving an impulse to the trade of the little town.

In 1828, the Roman Catholic parish of St. Johns was erected, and the first Catholic church built there. Previous to that, about 1813, by royal letters patent, the Anglican parish of St. James was founded, and in 1819 the Protestants of this portion of the country saw the erection of the yet existing church.

St. Johns saw the first railroad built in Canada from Laprairie, putting the locality in direct communication with Montreal.

During the rebellion in 1837-38-39, this place was made quite conspicuous by the patriot agitation of the time.  In 1858, the village of St. Johns became an incorporated town, and about the same time was put in communication with the Eastern Townships by the building of a railway to Waterloo.

During the first Fenian raid, St. Johns had the honor to receive a member of the Royal family of England, Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught, who was then an officer of the Rifle Brigade, which was stationed at St. Johns. From that date until 1876, St. Johns enjoyed prosperity, but in that year a terrible conflagration destroyed the best portion of the town, causing immense losses, the effects of which are yet keenly felt by its trading community.

For the foregoing interesting facts relative to the history of St. Johns we are indebted to the courtesy of Stanislas Cote, Esq., the obliging town secretary, who not only in this but in other instances also afforded us much valuable assistance. With reference to the fire to which he alludes, the following account of it is condensed from the News and Frontier Advocate, published at St. Johns, of the 30th of June, 1876. In an article headed “Our Great Fire”, it says :

“The lamentable tire which desolated St. Johns on the 18th inst. was probably the largest which ever occurred in any town in America in proportion to the size of the place. With the exception of one house on Richelieu street — a wooden building at the head of the street — owned by Mrs. Dewar and occupied by Mr. Bull and Prof. Bedard, the flames made a clean sweep of every structure down to the locks. Below this point, by almost superhuman efforts, Mr. F. Monnette saved his brick residence, and the new terrace of Mr. Ryder and Mr. Vaughan’s dwelling also escaped, though the out-buildings fell a prey to the devouring element. On Champlain street on the east side, only a little cluster of houses are left standing at the head of the street. These were the residences of Messrs. Osgood, Peirce, French, Brosseau and Pattee. Though in imminent danger for a long time, the exertions of a few determined men, and the application of water put on by hand, finally got the mastery of the flames. The total number of houses and tenements destroyed is as nearly as can be gauged, 425, and the total loss may be moderately estimated at a million of dollars. Most of the buildings were of brick or stone, and a large number of them were covered with metal or composition roofing. The heat was so intense that so-called fire-proof buildings caught almost as readily as wooden structures. The terrific hurricane carried burning shingles and even large pieces of boards through the air, and these alighting at various points, set house after house on fire. A resident of Iberville counted nine distinct fires within forty minutes of the first alarm. While people were working in Bissett’s large block, close to where the fire broke out, still hoping to save it, several stores were burning much lower down the street.

The best houses destroyed were the Banque de St. Jean, cut stone, J. E. Clement’s cut stone store, D. Macdonald’s stone dwelling, Macpherson’s block, including the stores of Cousins, Wight, and Futvoye, Merchants’ Bank block, Langelier & Decelles’ store, Monnette’s Hotel, Mrs. Dewar’s, J. Howie’s, the Post Office, several substantial brick buildings belonging to the Mott estate, including The News Printing House and Custom House, Mr. Paillé’s new store, L. Decelles’, Mr. Charlton’s corner house (American Hotel), Mr. Davignon’s stone store, O’Cain’s brick block, W. Coote’s block, the Woollen Mill, Larocque’s block, Rositer’s residence and tannery, Shallow’s new houses, R. Douglas’, &c.”

In placing the loss at one million dollars, the writer of the above was well within the mark, in reality it was near $1,500,000. Various insurance companies suffered heavily, but they met their losses, which, amounted to over $500,000, promptly and honorably.

At the time when this great calamity fell upon the Town, Richelieu, then, as now, the principal business thoroughfare, was only thirty-six feet wide, and, though it contained a number of fine buildings, was, on the whole, neither much better nor much worse, so far as appearances went, than the average business streets of towns of the size of St. Johns. Now, however, Richelieu street, without flattery, is the finest business thoroughfare in the Province of Quebec, outside of the cities of Montreal and Quebec. Twenty-four feet having been added to its width, it is now sixty feet wide, straight as a bee line, and lined on both sides with fine, modern stores, many really handsome public buildings, such as the post office, custom house, Banque de St. Jean, Merchants Bank, &c. Amongst other prominent business establishments on this street, the office of The News and Frontier Advocate is not the least so.

Speaking of newspapers, the press — that great power for good or evil — is unusually well represented in St. Johns. The News and Frontier Advocate occupies a very prominent position among the rural papers of the Province of Quebec. It was established in the year 1848 by the late W. W. Smith, and for one year was published at Philipsburg in the county of Missisquoi. It was then removed to St. Johns, where it was for several years conducted by its founder, and subsequently by his son, the present proprietor. The News has a widespread and increasing circulation in every portion of the Eastern Townships, and it, probably, to-day enjoys the honor of being perused by a larger number of readers in this progressive portion of the country than any other single paper. As a matter of course this renders it a valuable advertising medium, and it is, therefore, little surprising that the business men of Montreal and elsewhere should make liberal use of its columns. Though The News has always been conservative in politics, it has never been violently partizan in its character, and, by its moderate but outspoken and
fearless utterances, has acquired a degree of influence and respect which it is not the good fortune of all papers to achieve.

At the time of the disastrous fire which swept over St. Johns, in June, 1876, The News establishment was levelled to the ground, scarcely an article was saved from the ruins, yet not an issue of the paper was missed, nor an edition printed outside the town. A complete new outfit was speedily obtained, and in a few days time the business of the office was resumed as usual, in the High School building, where the paper has since been published. A handsome new building has, however, just been erected purposely for the proprietor and, by the time this publication goes to press, The News will be issued from its new quarters, on Richelieu street, nearly opposite the new post office.

There are very few country journals which contain as much reading matter as The News, or to which more attention is devoted in the literary or mechanical make-up. It is a large sheet, 30 x 45 inches, and the advertisements, though of course the most profitable source of revenue, are restricted in a circumscribed limit of one-third the total space. The subscription price is very low, being only $1 a year, post-paid to any address.

The printing plant of The News is very complete for a country office. It comprises five modern printing presses, a steam engine, a large paper cutter, and a very extensive stock of type, paper and other material, enabling its proprietor to compete successfully with city offices in all classes of book and job work. The News is the only English paper in the district (comprising three counties) of which St. Johns is the chef-lieu.

Le Franco-Canadien is the liberal organ for the district of Iberville, being the only paper advocating the views of that party published in the section of country above mentioned. It was established on the 1st of June, 1860, in St. Johns, by I. Bourguignon, the present proprietor. This paper has always received a large measure of public encouragement, and the publisher, in order to accord with the desire of his patrons, has been obliged for some time past to issue two editions. Le Franco-Canadien first appeared as a bi-weekly. On the 1st of May, 1879, it became a tri-weekly, and at the same time a weekly edition was established — the bi-weekly being discontinued. Both these editions are carefully edited, the matter being varied and select, in order to interest all classes of readers. As the circulation of these papers is very considerable in the populous section of country in which they are issued, they afford excellent opportunities of advertising to that portion of the business community who, in order to sell their goods, take the sensible course of informing the public that they have goods to sell. In connection with the office is a good job-printing establishment, containing every essential necessary for the production of first-class work, printed in either French or English.

La Voix du Peuple, established by Roy Brothers, December 3rd, 1878. Since its first number it has met with a success unprecedented in the annals of Journalism; it is the Organ of the French Conservatives of this district. Although not quite a year in existence the enterprise with which it has been conducted has obtained for La Voix du Peuple a circulation of over 2,900, and this edition, large as it is, increases from week to week. Manufacturers, merchants, and all those who wish to communicate with the public would do well to bear this fact in mind. The job department is furnished with a complete assortment of the newest styles of type and cuts of all kinds, and is under the supervision of a competent and experienced printer; the office possesses every facility for the execution of first-class work.

The manufacturing interest is well represented in St. Johns; a large number of important factories, foundries, mill and other manufacturing establishments are in operation, amongst others the St. Johns’ Stone Chinaware Co., Excelsior Glass Works, St. Johns’ Cigar Manufactory, Molleur, Lanier & Co., wax taper manufacturers and wax bleachers — whose factory, however, is at Iberville on the opposite shore of the river — Louis Bousquet, saw mill, Cote, Arpin, &c., Elijah Bowler, &c., &c.

The boot and shoe manufactory of Cote, Arpin & Co. is situated near the head of James street. The building is four stories in height, 110 feet in length by 36 in width, is substantially built of brick, and is as convenient, light, and well fitted up as any factory in the Dominion. The original cost of the building and machinery was twenty-four thousand dollars, and it was built in the year 1873 by the St. Johns’ Boot and Shoe Co., from whom it was purchased in November, 1876, by Cote, Cote & Co., of St. Hyacinthe. From them it passed into the possession of Cote, Arpin & Co. in May, 1879, who now carry on the business on an extensive scale, employing the services of one hundred and fifty hands, with a capacity of turning out five hundred pairs of boots and shoes in one day, or 150,000 pairs per year. Amongst the goods manufactured by this enterprising firm are men’s long boots, women’s, misses’ and children’s buff and pebble lines and kip seamless balmoral and prunellas. Their ample facilities, and thorough knowledge of the business, together with the possession of the most improved labor-saving machinery, enable them to place upon the market the best quality of goods at the lowest current rates.

The St. Johns Rockingham and Yellow Ware manufactory, of which Mr. E. Bowler is the proprietor, is situated at the corner of Allen and St. Thomas streets. The business embraces the manufacture of Cane, Rockingham and other ware, and as the proprietor is thoroughly and practically conversant with all the details of the manufacture in which he is engaged, he is in a position to fill orders in a manner certain to ensure thorough satisfaction. In price, quality and style, dealers will find the articles made at the above
establishment equally satisfactory, and they would do well to see the styles and get the prices of this house, the goods being of many various designs, well finished and cheap, and therefore very saleable.

St. Johns is undoubtedly one of the very pleasantest places in the Dominion. It is beautifully situated on the west shore of the River Richelieu, at the head of the Chambly Canal, and at the foot of the navigable waters of Lake Champlain, in the Barony of Lougueuil, County of St. Johns, district of Iberville, of which it is the chef-lieu. Two sessions of the Court of Queen’s Bench, holding criminal jurisdiction, three Sessions of the Superior Court and three of the Circuit Court are held here annually. St. Johns is an important station of the Grand Trunk Railway (Montreal, St. Johns and Rouses Point Branch). Central Vermont Railway, (Stanstead, Shefford and Chambly Division), &c.

The town of Iberville is situated on the east side of the river immediately opposite, and is connected with St. Johns by a bridge, on which a toll is levied on all foot passengers, as well as vehicles, cattle, &c. Many of the towns throughout Ontario, in order to facilitate business, are doing away, so far as lies in their power, with the imposition of this species of tax on trade, and no doubt if this bridge was free, the effect, from a business point of view, would be beneficial to St. Johns. A railway bridge also spans the river close by. The customs business done at St. Johns is of large proportions. The imports for the year ending June 30th, 1879, were $408,972, while the exports for the same period amounted to $337,390.
The number of vessels inwards from the United States for the same time was 848 with a tonnage of 70,697, and outwards 392 vessels with an aggregate of 26,182 tons, besides 793 vessels from the United States, with cargoes for other ports, reported inwards at St. Johns, and about 1,249 vessels passing outward to the same country cleared from other ports with cargo, making altogether, inwards and outwards, a total of 3,282 vessels. There is a somewhat novel enterprise carried on in the vicinity of St. Johns, namely, an eel fishery, which by the way is of considerable importance. Across the rapids of the beautiful Richelieu, about one quarter of a mile from the town, eel dams are built, in order to intercept the Anguilla on their passage from Lake Champlain to the sea, for this genus of soft-finned fishes travel a good way, and would make excellent time in the popular go-as-you-please contests of the present enlightened age. The dams are wooden boxes (about four to each one) placed in such a manner as to have a depth of about two feet of water in them. The ingress is easy, the egress impossible, so when these serpent-like fish are once caught it is all up with them. Being captured they are carried on shore and put in large tanks filled with water to keep them alive till shipped to Montreal, Boston, New York and many other points.  The season for catching eels is from the fifteenth of June to the first of November, and at this fishery from twenty-five to thirty thousand of them are caught annually. The proprietors are Messrs. Thuotte, Goyette & Co., of Iberville.

St. Johns is distant from Abbott’s Corner 41½ miles, Adamsville 29½, Allen’s Corner 29, Bedford 21, Boscobel 58, Brigham 24, Chambly 12, Clarenceville 19, Dunham 31, East Bolton 54½, East Farnham 26, Farnham 17, Frelighsburg 31½, Frost Village 49, Granby 29, Knowlton 43, L’Acadie 6, Lacolle 18, L’Ange Gardien 23, Mansonville 57, Milton Corner 37, Marieville 12, Mont St. Hilaire 20, Noyan 21, Pigeon Hill 29½, Philipsburg 24½, Richelieu 10, Roose’s Point, N. Y. 23, Roxton Falls 53, Sutton Flats 43, Stukely 52, Sweetsburg 34, St. Alexandre 9½, St. Angele 11½, Ste. Brigide 12, St. Cesaire 21½, St. Gregoire 6, St. Hilaire 21½, St. Jean Baptiste 19½, St. Mathias 13½, St. Paul de Abbottsford 27½, Warden 47½, Waterloo 45, West Shefford 37½, and Montreal 27, Kingston 199, Toronto 360, Hamilton 398, London 475, Detroit, Mich., 585, and via Montreal from Quebec 199, St. John, N.B., 607, Halifax, N. S., 683, Charlottetown, P. E. Island, 907, and Liverpool, England, 2269.

Population about 5,000.
Abbreviations used: Adv, advertisement; bds, boards; C. V. R., Central Vermont Railway; do, same place or same street; G. T. R., Grand Trunk Railway; h, house; S. S. & C. R., Stanstead, Shefford and Chambly Railway.
The names in capitals are those of subscribers and advertisers
Note: Street is understood, for example, post office, 23 Richelieu, means 23 Richelieu street.

ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO. OF CANADA, James O’Cain, agent, 1 St George
Agricultural Society of the County of St. Johns, Laurent Levi Roy, Lacadie, president; Julius Woodworth,
Lacolle, vice-president; Eugene Archambeault, St. Johns, secretary- treasurer
Allen Wm., trackman, 16 Lemoine
AMERICAN HOTEL, D. B. Bartlett, proprietor, 10, 12 and 14 Richelieu
Amiot Pierre, laborer, 34 Desalaberry
Arcand Michel, brakesman C.V.R., 47 Albert
ARCHAMBEAULT EUGENE, notary, secretary-treasurer of the Municipal Council of the County of St.
Johns, of the Municipal Council of the Parish of St. Johns, and of the Agricultural Society of the County
of St. Johns, 29 St. James, h 27 do
Armstrong Ths., locomotive foreman G.T.R., Champlain near G.T.R. depot
ARPIN CHARLES (Cote, Arpin & Co.), banker, agent Delaware and Hudson Canal Co.’s Railway. Advances made on consignments; collections made in all parts of Canada and the United States, 71 Richelieu,
h 74 Jacques Cartier
ARPIN EDOUARD (successor to J. L. Carson, established 1859), bookseller and stationer, dealer in wall paper, Berlin wool, fancy goods, guns, revolvers, fishing tackle, &c., 36 Richelieu, h 74 Jacques Cartier
Arpin François, clerk, 28 Champlain
Arpin Joseph, laborer, 28 Champlain
Asselin Zephirin, 7 Albert
Attenborough M., joiner, 58 Champlain
AUBRY REV. FORTUNAT, parish priest, 82 Jacques Cartier
Auclair Michel, plasterer, 110 St. James
Audelin Antoine, hostler, 70 St. James
Audelin Antoine, laborer, 36 Duchene
Audelin Pierre, livery stable, 72 St. James, h do
Audet Jean Baptiste (agent), baker, 10 St. Thomas, h do
Auger François, laborer, 13 Grant
Balthazar J., shoemaker, 52 St. Charles
Balthazar Wilfrid, clerk, St. Charles
BANQUE DE ST. JEAN (LA), Louis Molleur, jun., president; Ph. Baudouin, cashier, 85 Richelieu
BARCELOW TOUSSAINT, blacksmith, horseshoer and gunsmith; carriage ironing and all kinds of blacksmiths’ work done to order. Horses shod on the most approved principle. Guns repaired. Low prices and quick work, 105 Champlain, h 12 St Charles
Barland N., grocer, 95 St James, h do
BARTLETT D. B., proprietor Bartlett’s American Hotel, 10, 12 and 14 Richelieu
Bastien Hilaire, carpenter, 20 Queen
BAUDOUIN PH., cashier La Banque de St Jean, 87 Richelieu
Bayard Remé, tailor, Desalaberry
Bean John, crate maker, 61 Queen
Beauchemin Charles Henry, bookkeeper with Langelier & Decelles, bds at St John’s Hotel, 60 and 62
Richelieu
Beauchemin Eli, laborer, 7 Duchene
Beauvais David, dry goods, groceries, &c., 124 Richelieu, h 122 do
BEAUDRY JOSEPH, proprietor Montreal Hotel. First-class house. Meals at all hours, 121 and 123 Richelieu
Beaudry Joseph, sen., 33 Albert
Beaudry Napoleon, butcher, St. Johns Market, h 59 Lemoine
Beaudry Olivier, gardener, 115 Albert
Beaudry Theophile, laborer, 47 Albert
Bedard Edmond, switchman C.V.R., 74 Queen
Bedard François, milkman, 133 Albert
Belanger Charles, deputy prothonotary, deputy clerk of the Circuit Court, Peace and Crown, resides at
Iberville
Belanger François, farmer, St. James, above Cote, Arpin & Co.’s factory
Belanger Joseph, hostler St. Johns Hotel, 60 and 62 Richelieu
Belanger Michel, sexton Church of St. John the Evangelist, (R.C.,) boarding house, 35 St. Charles
Belanger Mrs., widow, 80 Jacques Cartier
Belle Joseph, blacksmith, 93 Champlain, h do
Belle Olivier, general dealer, St. James near Cote, Arpin & Co.’s factory
Benjamain Baptiste (J. Meunier & Co.), resides at Ste. Angele
Benoit Jacques, laborer, 108 St. Peter
Benoit Louis, laborer, 4 Duchene
Benoit Louis, laborer, 115 St. Peter
Bernier T. Alfred (Carreau & Bernier), 40 Duchene
Bertrand A. (A. Bertrand & Co.), 7 Longueuil
BERTRAND A., & CO., wholesale dealers in pressed hay, grain, flour, seeds, salt, and all kinds of country
produce, samples mailed if desired. Mixed car filled on order, 78 St. John
Bertrand Henri, printer News office
Bertrand Joseph, blacksmith and horseshoer, 80 St. John, h 108 Queen
Bertrand Theophile, tailor and cutter, 169 Richelieu
Bessette Charles E., fire station keeper and mechanical engineer, resides at the station, Longueuil
Bessette Godfroi, huckster, Market square, h 164 Richelieu
Bessette Mrs. Noel, huckster, Market square
Black Henderson (J. & H. Black), 64 Champlain
Black John (J. & H. Black), 64 Champlain
BLACK J. & H. (John and Henderson Black), merchants and private bankers, 6 St. James
Black Mrs. John, 64 Champlain
Bienvenu Amable, moulder, 22 St. John
Biron Louis, engineer, 119 St. James
BISAILLON AMABLE, proprietor United States Hotel. House large and roomy, and accommodation first
class, St. James, corner Champlain
Bisaillon J., clerk at United States Hotel, St. James, corner Champlain
Biscornais Joseph, laborer, 131 Albert
Biscornais Napoleon, hostler Canada Hotel, 177 and 179 Richelieu
Bissett Charles A., clerk, 17 Richelieu
BISSETT JAS. (estate of the late), John Donaghy, manager, custom house and commission brokers,
dealers in coal, wood, bricks, &c., 13, 15 and 17 Richelieu
Bisson rev. M., vicar Church of St. John the Evangelist, (R. C), 82 Jacques Cartier
Bissonnette Jean Baptiste, clerk and landing waiter, customs, 22 Longueuil
Bissonnette Joseph, carter, 18 Jacques Cartier
Bissonnette Michel, laborer, 47 St. Peter
Bissonnette Mrs. V. M., widow J. B., 51 St. James
Boissonnault J. Bte., clerk La Banque de St. Jean, 40 Longueuil
Boissonnault Ths., brakesman G.T.R., 65 Albert
Boissonnault Thomas, raftsman, 90 St. James
Boivin Alexandre, laborer, 40 Jacques Cartier
Boivin Ambrose, shoemaker, opposite Cote, Arpin & Co.’s factory
Boivin Charles, clerk G.T.R., 48 Champlain
BOIVIN CHARLES, hair dresser. Hair cutting, shaving, shampooing, &c., done in the best manner. Whiskers, &c., dyed in the most natural manner. For an easy shave and the above in the best style, go to
Boivin, 99 Jacques Cartier, h do
Boivin Charles, retired, 124 St. James
Boivin François, car checker, 60 St. John
Boivin Jean, bookkeeper, 63 Jacques Cartier
Boivin Joseph, potter, 109 St. James
Boivin J. T. (J. T. Boivin & Co.), 101 Richelieu
BOIVIN J. T., & CO., watchmakers and jewellers, dealers in watches, clocks, jewellery, &c. Watches,
clocks and jewellery promptly and skilfully repaired at low prices, 58 Richelieu
Boivin Louis, carter, St. Thomas near Duchene
Boivin Moise, butcher, 77 St. James
Boivin Mrs. A., widow Charles, 40 Jacques Cartier
Boivin Pierre, butcher, St. Johns Market, h St. Peter near St. James
Boivin Pierre, watchman, 60 St. John
Boivin Theodore, carpenter, 45 Jacques Cartier
Bonin Jean, bookkeeper, 63 Jacques Cartier
Bonin Joseph, 35 Champlain
Bonin Joseph (Farrar & Bonin), travelling agent, 43 St. George
Bonin Mrs. Hector, 63 Jacques Cartier
Bonin Mrs. M., widow, 50 Albert
BONNEAU A., proprietor St. Charles Hotel. A large house kept in a good style, with superior yard and
stable accommodations, 40 St. Charles, corner Jacques Cartier
Bonneau Mrs., widow, 73 Desalaberry
Booth rev. O. J., assistant minister St. James Church, 39 St. George
Borland rev. John, general superintendent of the French and Indian missions of the Methodist Church of
Canada in the Province of Quebec, 54 Jacques Cartier
Borland W. F., manager Excelsior Glass Works, Queen corner St. George, h 54 Jacques Cartier
Bouchard Benjamin, laborer, Jacques Cartier
Bouchard Charles, kiln man, bds 17 Jacques Cartier
Bouchard Edouard, policeman, 10 Market square
Bouchard Joseph, laborer, rear 14 Jacques Cartier
Bouchard J. E. Z., deputy sheriff, district of Iberville, Champlain
Bouchard Louis, laborer, 33 Desalaberry
Bouchard  Napoleon, kiln-man, 29 Albert
Bouchard Pierre, express driver, 17 Jacques Cartier
BOUCHER CHARLES, manufacturier et marchand de toutes sortes de bottes, souliers et pardessus en
caoutchoucs. Styles élégants; prix tres bas. Ouvrage pour pratiques fait à ordre, 68 Richelieu, rés do
Boucher Charles, shoemaker, 36 Desalaberry
BOUCHER O. N. E., notary public. Practises in both languages, 22 St. James, opposite the Seigniorial office, h 24 St. James
Boucher Joseph (Chaput & Boucher), 64 Desalaberry
Boucher Guillaume, laborer, 11 Jacques Cartier
Boudreau B., laborer, 5 Desalaberry
Boudreau Edouard, laborer, 9 St. Paul
Boudreau Eusebe, 29 Albert
Boudreau Julien, butcher, St. John’s Market, h Allen
Boudreau Moise, joiner, 33 Grant
Boudreau Zephirin, laborer, 56 St. Peter
Boufford Joseph, shoemaker, Allen
Boufford Napoleon, shoemaker, 26 St. John
Bourassa Napoleon, 82 St. James
Bourgeois Michel, 28 Grant
Bourgeois Pierre, laborer, 31 St. Peter
Bourguignon Emile, printer, 46 Grant
Bourguignon Henri, 46 Giant
BOURGUIGNON ISAAC, proprietor, publisher and printer of Le Franco-Canadien, tri-weekly and weekly, also book and job printer, dealer in books, stationery and wall paper, 2 Market square, h 46 Grant
Bourguignon Jean, foreman “Le Franco-Canadien” office, 26 Duchene
Bourguignon L. Hormisdas, clerk and agent Le Franco-Canadien, 26 Champlain
Bourke Elijah, clerk, 53 Grant
Bourke Eusebe, clerk, 53 Grant
Bourke Thomas J. (La Rocque & Bourke), 53 Grant
Bourke Joseph E., clerk, Grant
Bousquet David, carpenter, Allen near Lemoine
Bousquet George, blacksmith, 109 St. Peter
Bousquet Narcisse, 7 Market square
BOUSQUET LOUIS, manufacturer and dealer in lumber of all kinds, doors, blinds, windows and mouldings of all sizes, factory 1 and 3 Richelieu, office 6 Richelieu, h 3 Richelieu
Boutin Luc, laborer, 41 Grant
Bowers Samuel, potter, 66 Albert
BOWLER E., proprietor St. Johns Rockingham and Yellow Ware Manufactory, manufacturer of cane,
Rockingham and Majolica ware. Factory and office Allen corner St. Thomas, h 94 St. Charles
Boyer & Sene ([agents,] Jules Boyer and Lue Sene), boot and shoe store, 81 Richelieu
Boyer Joseph, hairdresser, 90 Champlain, h 18 St. James
Boyer Jules (Boyer & Sene, agents), 47 Jacques Cartier
Boyer Louis, potter, 85 St. James
Boyne Mrs. Jane, 45 Jacques Cartier
Brais Paschal, carpenter, 52 Queen
Brault & Simard (Remi Brault and Pierre Simard), dry goods, 93 and 95 Richelieu
Brault Laurent, gravel roofer, 11 Grant
BRAULT P. L., St. Johns Gallery of Art, 131 Richelieu, h do
Brault Remi (Brault & Simard), 52 Grant
Brault T., laborer, 56 Queen
Brennan Bartholomew, clerk G.T.R., 73 Jacques Cartier
Brennan Jeremiah, 14 Champlain
Brennan John, 14 Champlain
Brennan John, baggage master C.V.R., 73 Jacques Cartier
Brewster Mrs. S., wid B., 27 St. George
Brissett Henri, M.D., 46 Champlain
Brochu Joseph, shoemaker, 58 Albert
Brossard E., clerk and landing waiter, customs, bds 122 Champlain
Brosseau C., laborer, Allen
Brossard Delphice, gardener, St. Louis above Allen
Brosseau Charles, clerk, bds 127 Richelieu
Brosseau Cyrille, printer, Grant
Brosseau Joseph, butcher, St. Johns Market, h 99 St. James
Brosseau Nephtali, clerk, 83 Richelieu
Brosseau Noel, fils, butcher, St Johns Market, h 38 Grant
Brosseau Noel, pere, laborer, 43 Grant
BROSSEAU W., wholesale and retail dealer in fancy and staple dry goods, hosiery, carpets, oilcloths,
millinery hats, bonnets, flowers, &c., agent K. Butterick & Co.’s metropolitan fashions, 83 Richelieu, h do
BROUILLET N., manufacturer and dealer in saddles, harness, trunks, valises, whips, horse clothing, &c.
All work done at the lowest prices, in the best manner, and on the shortest notice. 77 Richelieu, h do
Brouillet Mrs. Jean, 58 Desalaberry
Brown Fred H., clerk C.V.R., bds at Lefebvre’s, 162 Richelieu
Buck F., lumber dealer, 108 Champlain, bds at Richelieu Hotel, 10 and 12 St. George
BUREAU DE LA CORPORATION, Jacques Cartier, S. Coté, town secretary-treasurer
Burns Mrs. H., widow James, 109 Albert
Cadieux Joseph, laborer, 13 Duchene
Caille Israel, carter, 6 St. Thomas
Callier Miss Emerance, 34 Jacques Cartier
Camaraire Alfred, butcher, St. Johns Market, h 84 St. Charles
Camaraire C. A., butcher, St. Johns Market, h St. Charles
Camaraire Henri, butcher, St. Johns Market, h 33 St. Charles
Camaraire Joseph, saddler, 54 Desalaberry
Camaraire William, butcher, St Johns Market, h 28 Queen
Camirand Louis, laborer, 145 St. James
Camirand Louis, pedlar, 32 Duchene
Campbell William, warehouseman, St. Johns Stone Chinaware Co., 41 St. John corner St George
Camirand Mrs., widow, 5 Duchene
CANADA FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE CO., James 0’Cain, agent, 1 St. George
CANADA HOTEL, first-class house; meals at all hours; L. Forgue, proprietor, 177 and 179 Richelieu
CANADA HOTEL, Aime Beliveau, proprietor, 17 St. Gabriel, corner Ste. Therese, Montreal
Carbonneau Frs. Xavier, laborer, 32 Queen
CARREAU & BERNIER (Joseph P. Carreau and T. Alfred Bernier), advocates. Practice also in the Courts
of the District of Bedford, 69 Jacques Cartier
Carreau Joseph P. (Carreau & Bernier), mayor of St. Johns, 10 Champlain
Cartier Alexis, town inspector and chief of police, office Jacques Cartier, h 48 Grant
Cartier Alfred, barkeeper National Hotel, 23 Market square
Cartier Henri, bricklayer, St. Paul near Champlain
Cartier Jacques, architect and builder, 83 Jacques Cartier
Cartier Joseph, trader, 66 St. Charles
Cartier Paul, St. Paul near Champlain
Carson Joseph, clerk, 74 Champlain
CASTELLETTI A., St. John’s Billiard Room, restaurant and oyster saloon; two first-class billiard tables,
also pool table, best of wines, liquors, &c., oysters in every style in season; meals at all hours, 37, 39 and 41 Richelieu
Catholic Board of School Trustees, hon. F. G. Marchand, M.P.P., president
CATUDAL EDOUARD, carriage maker and painter, blacksmith, coffin maker and general undertaker .
All orders executed on the shortest notice and at the lowest rates, in a manner guaranteed to give satisfaction, 64 St. James, h do
Catudal Jacques, 35 St. John
Catudal W., carriagermaker, 64 St. James
Caulfield Mrs. Rachel, widow rev. Hans, 73 Champlain
CENTRAL VERMONT RAILWAY, I. B. Futvoye, superintendent; G. C. Futvoye, ticket agent, Lemoine
Cercle Literaire de St. Jean, S. Cote, president
Chagnon François, bricklayer, St. James opposite Cote, Arpin & Co.’s factory
Chagnon Hon. H. W., judge Superior Court District of Iberville, chambers at Court House, 44 St. Charles,
h 4 Riverside Terrace, Champlain
Chagnon Joseph, contractor, 37 St James
CHAGNON O., dealer in all descriptions of furniture, upholsterer and undertaker, 53 Richelieu, h St.
James opposite Cote, Arpin & Co.’s factory
Chambly Canal Toll Office, Jules Quesnel, collector, 94 Champlain
Champagne Henri, shoemaker, 60 Albert
CHAPUT & BOUCHER, agents (Louis Chaput et Joseph Boucher), marchands de bois de seiage, gros et
détail, pin, épinette, pruche, noyer noir, et toutes sortes do bois; portes, chassis, persiennes, architraves, moulures, etc., entrepôt, St. Thomas et Duchene, bureau, St. Thomas, coin DeSalaberry
Chaput François, carpenter, 25 St. John
Chaput Noel, carpenter, 50 Grant, h do
Chaput Louis (Chaput & Boucher), 24 Duchene
Charbonneau & Chevalier (Miss Dorathie Charbonneau and Miss Aglaer Chevalier), dressmakers, 163
Richelieu
Charbonneau Charles T. (Marchand & Charbonneau), 68 Champlain
Charbonneau MissDorathie (Charbonneau & Chevalier), 163 Richelieu
CHARLAND & MARCHAND (A. N. Charland and F. J. H. Marchand), joint prothonotary of the Superior
Court, joint clerk of the Circuit Court and of the Peace and Crown, Court House, 44 St. Charles
Charette Mrs. Mary, widow B., opposite Cote, Arpin & Co.’s factory
Charland A. N. (Charland & Marchand), 2 Longueuil corner St. Charles
Charlton George R., 112 Champlain
Charron B., laborer, 84 St. Peter
Charron D., laborer, 42 St. Charles
Chartier Alexis, huckster, Market square, h Grant near St. Paul
Chartier François, carpenter, 4 Desalaberry
Chartier Joseph, bookkeeper, St. Paul near Champlain
Chasse P. A., law clerk (E. Z. Paradis, advocate), bds 14 Longueuil
Chevalier Miss Aglaer (Charbonneau & Chevalier), 163 Richelieu
Choquette Pierre, laborer, 75 Jacques Cartier
Christin Stephane, trader, 36 Jacques Cartier, h do
Church Daniel T., conductor C.V.R., 114 Champlain
CHURCH OF ST. JOHN THE EVANGELIST (Roman Catholic), Longueuil corner St. James, rev. Fortunat Aubsy, parish priest; rev. Joseph Daignault and rev. M. Bisson, vicars
CIRCUIT COURT, District of Iberville, Charland & Marchand, joint clerk, Court House, 44 St. Charles
CITIZENS INSURANCE CO. OF CANADA (fire, life, accident and guarantee), James O’Cain, agent, 1 St. George
City Hotel, Olivier Hebert, proprietor, 18 and 20 Market square
Clarke H. K., manufacturer of seamless hosiery, 110 Champlain, h 77 Grant
Clement F. X. (E. McConkey & Co.), 99 Richelieu
Clement Joseph, clerk, 67 Desalaberry
Clement J. E., general merchant, 61 and 63 Richelieu, h 30 Longueuil
CLEMENT 0. G., fashionable merchant tailor, dealer in French, English, Scotch and Canadian tweeds
and gents’ furnishing goods. Fitting and style warranted at very low prices, 72 Richelieu, h 67 Desalaberry
CLERK OF THE CROWN, District of Iberville, Charland & Marchand, Court House, 44 St. Charles
CLERK OF THE PEACE District of Iberville, Charland & Marchand, Court House 44 St. Charles
Comeau Henry, stone burner, 98 Jacques Cartier
Comeau Mde. J. B., milliner and millinery goods, 135 Richelieu, bds at Montreal Hotel, 121 and 123
Richelieu
COMMERCIAL UNION INSURANCE CO., of London, William Coote, agent, 2 St. James
Comper William, pensioner, 128 St. Peter
Connery John, pensioner, 50 St. James
Constant Adolphe, carpenter, 55 Queen
Contant Joseph, engineer, 27 St. John
Contant Mrs. Julia, widow Gedeon, 85 Jacques Cartier
Convent of the Congregation of Notre Dame, Sister St. Phillipe De Nery, superioress, 54 Grant
Coote Alfred, chief clerk Audit office, C.V.R., St. Albans, 29 St. George
Coote Isaac, agent barony of Longueuil, vice-president La Banque de St Jean, 29 St. James, h Victoria
COOTE WILLIAM, general insurance agent and official assignee for the district of Iberville, 2 St. James,
h 37 Longueuil
Cordeau Louis, laborer, 49 St. Peter
CORPORATION, OFFICE OF THE, Jacques Cartier, S. Cote, town secretary-treasurer
COTE, ARPIN & CO. (Charles Arpin and J. B. Lalime), wholesale boot and shoe manufacturers, St. James
Cote Charles, foreman, 127 St. James
Cote Felix, fils, carpenter, 46 St. James
Cote Felix, pere, contractor and builder, 52 Jacques Cartier
Cote Françs, shoemaker, 120 St. James
Cote Jean Baptiste, foreman Cote, Arpin & Co.’s factory, 118 St. James
Cote Julien, clerk with Langelier & Decelles
Cote Louis, painter, 26 Jacques Cartier
Cote L. Victor, manager at Cote, Arpin & Co.’s boot and shoe factory, 107 Richelieu
Cote Mrs. E, 40 St. James
Cote Mrs. Henri, 39 St. James
Cote Napoleon, shoemaker, 94 St James
COTE S., secretary-treasurer of the town, and of the Catholic board of schools, office Jacques Cartier, h 31 Longueuil
Coupal Miss Catherine, washerwoman, 111 St. James
Courtemanche Mrs. A. (D. Lefebvre & Co., and Mrs. R. Lefebvre & Co.), Grand
COURT HOUSE AND JAIL, Etienne Guillot, caretaker and jailer, 44 St. Charles
COURVILLE EUSEBE, dealer in groceries, provisions, grain, flour and all kinds of country produce, fresh and salt fish, dry goods, hardware, paints, oils, glass, coal oil and lamps, chimneys, &c.; lowest prices and good articles guaranteed, 11 Market square, h 49 St. James
Courville Gardien, clerk, 49 St. James
Courville Joseph, refreshment stand, Market, 49 St. James
COUSINEAU LOUIS, saddle and harness maker; and boot and shoe maker, 10-½ St. James, h do
Cousins Charles R., clerk, 75 Richelieu
Cousins John, crate manufacturer, 62 St. James, h do
Cousins Thomas A., secretary St. Johns Stone China-ware Co., 120 Champlain
Courteau Onesime, tailor, 35 Albert
Couture Alexis, laborer, 21 Grant
Couture Charles, laborer, 53 Desalaberry
Couture Elzear, shoemaker, 53 Queen
Couture Louis, laborer, St. Paul opposite Grant
CROTHERS REV. WILLIAM J., M.A., pastor Methodist Church of Canada, resides at parsonage, 24
Longueuil
CUSTOM HOUSE, E. D. Phillips, collector of customs, 23 Richelieu
Daignault rev. Joseph, vicar Church of St. John the Evangelist, (R. C), 82 Jacques Cartier
Daigneault David, laborer, 79 Albert
Daigneault François, painter, 44 St. Peter
Daigneault Joseph, 13 St. Paul
Dalton Edward, bds at United States Hotel, St. James, corner Champlain
Dalton Mrs. Eliza, widow Robert, 71 Jacques Cartier
Dalton William J., engineer C.V.R., 77 Jacques Carlier
Daniel Francois, butcher, St. Johns Market, h 30 Champlain
Daniel Henri, house and sign painter, 30 Champlain
Daniel Jacques, butcher, 30 Champlain
Daniel Jean, painter, 30 Champlain
Daniel Joseph, butcher, 30 Champlain
Daniels John, switchman G.T.R., 51 St. Peter
Dansereau N., 54 Desalaberry
DAVIGNON & BROTHER (Amedee and Amable Davignon), dealers in staple and fancy dry goods,
hardware, paints, oils, glass, groceries, wines, liquors, &c., wholesale and retail, of which they have
always on hand a first-class stock at lowest prices, 82 Richelieu
Davignon A., bookkeeper La Banque de St Jean, resides at Iberville
Davignon Amable (Davignon & Brother), 21 Grant
Davignon Amedee (Davignon & Brother), Grant
Davis Alfred, potter, 69 Grant
Davis Capt. Edward, 128 Champlain
Davis James, sexton St. James Church, 39 St. George
Decelles Arthur, clerk, Jacques Cartier
Decelles Arcade (Langelier & Decelles), 46 St. Charles
Decelles Alphonse, clerk, 49 Jacques Cartier
Decelles Hormisdas, clerk, Grant
Decelles Jean Baptiste, 60 Jacques Cartier
Decelles Jean Baptiste, clerk, 71 Grant
Decelles Leandre, clerk, 15 Duchene
Decelles Louis (Langelier& Decelles), 125 Champlain
DELAWARE AND HUDSON CANAL CO.’S RAILWAY, Charles Arpin, agent, 71 Richelieu
Deleni Napoleon, laborer, 63 Lemoine
Delmege A. C. E., accountant Merchants Bank of Canada, 27 Longueuil
Demers Alexander M., barkeeper, United States Hotel, St. James corner Champlain
Demers Mrs. Leon, widow, 20 Queen
Demers Mrs. S., widow Abraham, 106 Champlain
Demers Nicholas, laborer,  112 St. James
Deneau Jacques, laborer, 40 Desalaberry
Deneau Narcisse, laborer, 1 Queen
Deneau Narcisse, laborer, St. Thomas near Albert
Deneau Pierre, laborer, rear of 14 Jacques Cartier
Depelteau E., blacksmith, bds 81 St. James
Deranleau Joseph, laborer, 57 Queen
Deranleau L., proprietor Temperance Hotel, 116 and 118 Champlain
Desautels Alphonse, clerk, bds Market Square
Desjardins F., shoemaker, 131 St. James
Desjardins L., miller, 112 St. Peter
Deslauriers Gregoire, laborer, 57 Lemoine
Destramps Louis, machinist, 5 St. John
Destroismaisons Ignace, sewing machine agent, 90 Richelieu, h 34 St. John
DEWAR MRS. A., manufacturer, wholesale and retail dealer in confectionery, crackers and fancy biscuits, also dealer in Berlin and other wools, fancy goods, toys, &c.  Ice cream, ginger ale, and soda water in
season. Prices very moderate, 92 Richelieu, h 94 do
Dion Isidore, baker, 65 Champlain, h do
Dion Zephirin, baker, 44 Grant
Dixon James, printer News office
Dixon Roland L., painter, 59 Grant
Dixon William, gardener, 47 St. John
Doiron Firmin, carter, 28 Duchene
Dolan Michael, printer, 75 Jacques Cartier
Dolan Mrs. Matilda, widow Thomas, 75 Jacques Cartier
Dolan Thomas, potter, 75 Jacques Cartier
DOMINION SOAP WORKS, George Massy, proprietor, manufacturer of erasive soaps, also Royal Crown and Laundry Bar soaps, 68 St. John, h do
DONAGHY JOHN, manager of Estate of the late James Bissett, 13, 15 and 17 Richelieu, h 45 Jacques Cartier
Donaghy Patrick, grocer, 57 Jacques Cartier, h do
Donaghy Robert, bookkeeper, 57 Jacques Cartier
Donnelly James, teacher, bds 35 St. Charles
Doran Michael, printer, 75 Jacques Cartier
Doran Mrs. D., widow Thomas, 75 Jacques Cartier
Doran Thomas, potter, 75 Jacques Cartier
Douglas D. Walter, clerk, 25 St. James
DOUGLAS R., wholesale and retail dealer in groceries and provisions. Families and traders supplied with
the choicest varieties of staple and fancy groceries, flour, meal, pork, butter, fish, &c., at the lowest current rates, 91 Richelieu, h 89 do
Douville Theodore, carpenter, 27 Duchene
Doyle Martin, laborer, 56 Desalaberry
Doyle Mrs., widow, 56 Desalaberry
Drumm William, freight and passenger agent G.T.R. Railway Depot, Lemoine, h 44 Longueuil
Dube Alexandre, 147 St. James
Dubeau Louis, livery stable, Richelieu Hotel, 12 and 14 St. George
Dubois Charles, laborer, 22 Desalaberry
Dubois J. B., proprietor Richelieu Hotel, 12 and 14 St. George
Dubois Joseph, carter, 67 St. Charles
DUBOIS LOUIS, merchant tailor and dealer in gents’ furnishing goods; an assortment of seasonable
goods always in stock, 120 Richelieu, h do
Dubois Luc, laborer, 3 Jacques Cartier
Dubois L. G., carter, 26 Desalaberry
Dubois Michel, 56 Albert
Dubois Michel, 20 Jacques Cartier
Dubois Mrs. Florence, widow J. P., 73 St James
Dubois Mrs. Mathilde, widow Louis, 22 Desalaberry
Dubuc Henri, saddler with E. Poutre, 11 St. James
Dubuc Louis, carpenter, 36 Albert
Dubuc Miss, 40 Champlain
Duchesneau A., laborer, 28 St. James
Duclos Joseph, laborer, 50 Desalaberry
Duffy Peter, foreman The News and Frontier Advocate, 18 Richelieu, over News office
Dufour François, laborer, 26 St. Charles
Dulude François X., clerk, 44 Champlain
Dulude Joseph, laborer, 62 Desalaberry
DUNN & MAGUIRE (Sylvester Dunn and John Maguire), manufacturing confectioners, also dealers in
imported and domestic cigars, tobacco, pipes, pouches, &c., 175 Richelieu
Dunn Sylvester (Dunn & Maguire), 10 Longueuil
DUPLESSIS E., & BRO. (Elouild & Raphael Duplessis), engineers, machinists, iron and brass founders,
pattern and model makers, &c., 68 Grant
Duplessis Elouild (E. Duplessis & Bro.), 23 St. Peter
Duplessis Raphael (E. Duplessis & Bro.), 23 St. Peter
DUPREE GEORGE N., carpenter, joiner, cabinetmaker and upholsterer.  Jobbing and general repairs
in the above will receive special attention. All orders promptly executed at low prices. Satisfaction
guaranteed, 40 St. Charles, bds 60 Desalaberry
Dupuis B., 5 Jacques Cartier
Dupuis C., laborer, 24 Grant
Dupuis dit Gervais Louis, shoemaker, Desalaberry
Dupuis Edward, engineer
Dupuis Jacob, bailiff, 75 St. James
Dupuis Joseph, trader, 5 Longueuil
Dupuis Napoleon, carriagemaker, 105 Champlain, h 74 St. James
Dupuy Jacob, 60 Desalaberry
Dupuy Louis, shoemaker, 60 Desalaberry
Duquet Joseph, professor of French, 76 Champlain
Duquet Joseph, shoemaker, 96 St. Charles
Duquet Leandre, shoemaker, 38 Queen
Dussault Mrs., widow Pierre, 77 Albert
DUVAL L., dealer in all kinds of crockery, glassware, stoneware and coal oil lamps. Particular attention given to these lines, of which a full assortment of the best articles is constantly kept on hand at lowest prices; also dealer in the choicest brands of fresh butter and eggs. 15 Market square, h do
Duval Pierre, Iaborer, 21 Albert
Early Arthur W., night agent G.T.R., 94 Queen
Edmond Edouard, saddler, bds 25 St. John
Elliott Robert F., night clerk C.V.R., 19 Longueuil
Escarbeau Mrs. Joseph, St. Paul near Jacques Cartier
ETHIER L. N., forgeron et marechal ferrant.  Toutes sortes d’ouvrages. Les entreprises sont executeés avec soin. Les chevaux sont ferrés avec la plus grande précaution, 96 Champlain, p 31 Albert, coin St. Charles
Ethier Mrs. S., 31 Albert
Excelsior Glass works, William F. Borland, manager, manufacturers of all kinds of green glassware, 63
Queen, corner St. George
Fallow John, laborer, 117 Albert
Falls Alexander, trader, 62 St. John
Farley Henry, potter, 28 Grant
Farley Joseph, potter, 28 Grant
Farnham John H., packer, 62 Albert
Farrar Eben, engineer, 84 Queen
Ferland Hubert, laborer, 50 Jacques Cartier
Finley William, lock-tender, 38 Desalaberry
Flanders Alfred P., engineer C.V.R., 17 St. John
Flanders Mrs. Alfred P., ladies hair dresser, 17 St. John
Foisy A., miller, 6 Champlain
Foisy Elziord (H. Foisy & Co.), Champlain, parish of St. Johns
FOISY H., & CO. (Hilaire and Elziord Foisy), dealers in groceries, provisions, flour, grain, &c., of which a
full assortment is constantly kept on hand at lowest prices, 6 Market square
Foisy Hilaire (H. Foisy & Co.), 54 St. James
FONDERIE CANADIENNE DE ST JEAN, Leandre Lareau, proprietor, 66 Grant
Forand Frank, potter, bds 21 St. James
Forand Joseph, laborer, 21 St. James
Forand Leon, tinsmith, 22 Duchene
Forand Louis, potter, 23 St. James
Forand Peter, engineer “Lake George”, bds 21 St. James
Forgue Felix, laborer, 55 Desalaberry
FORGUE L., proprietor Canada Hotel. Meals at all hours. House first-class, 177 and 179 Richelieu
Forgue Mrs., widow, 50 Desalaberry
Fortier Francois, boot and shoe maker, 16 Market square, h do
Foster Charles, foreman Excelsior Glass works, 76 St. John
FOURNIER J. A., NP., notary, Merchants Bank, 97 Jacques Cartier, h Champlain, near Riverside terrace
FRANCO CANADIEN (LE), tri-weekly and weekly. Isaac Bourguignon, proprietor, publisher and printer, 2 Market square
Frank John, G.T.R., bds 122 Champlain
Frechette Eusebe, joiner, 18 Champlain
Frederick Joseph, hair dresser, 18 St. James, h 62 Jacques Cartier
Fredette Gedeon, exchange broker and lumber merchant, 74 Richelieu, h 68 St. James
Fredette Michel, hair dresser, 74 Richelieu, h 26 St Champlain
Frith Thomas, potter, Victoria
Freniere J. Hilaire, market clerk, 91 St. James corner Albert
Freniere Pierre, mason and bricklayer, 75 St. James
Furnival Mrs. Matilda, bds United States Hotel, St. James corner Champlain
FUTVOYE G. C., ticket agent Central Vermont Railway, Lemoine, h 21 St. Charles
FUTVOYE I. B., superintendent Central Vermont Railway and Waterloo and Magog Railway, office
Railway station, Lemoine, h Jacques Cartier, near St. George
Gadbois Pierre, carpenter and builder, 143 St. James
Gagnon Fortunat, blacksmith, 40 St. Charles
Gagnon Louis, laborer, 30 St. Thomas
Gagnon Mrs. Louis, 17 Duchene
Gagnon Narcisse, blacksmith, bds 81 St. James
Gagnon Pierre, laborer, 5 St. Paul
Garand Israel, painter, 5 St. Louis
Garneau Jean Baptiste, carpenter, Allen near Lemoine
Gaudet Moise, shoemaker, 10 St. Charles
Gaudette Charles, printer, 47 St. James
Gaudette Jean, potter, 47 St. James
Gaudette J. B., printer, 47 St. James
Gaudreau Edouard, joiner, 70 St. Charles
Gaudreau Mrs. F., widow Edouard, 48 St. John
Gaudreau Thomas, tailor, 76 St. James
Gauthier Charles, shoemaker, 135 St. James
Gauthier Magloire, 19 Grant
Gauthier Napoleon, 36 St. John
Gauthier Victor, restaurant, 17 Market square
Gauvreau Moise, shoemaker, h Champlain
Gauvreau Pierre, boot and shoe maker, 153 Richelieu
Gay Thomas, engine driver G.T.R., 79 Jacques Cartier
Gence Pierre, clerk, bds 130 Richelieu
Gervais Alexis, plasterer, 68 St. Charles
Gervais A. F., clerk, bds 167 Richelieu
GERVAIS C. 0., dealer in dry goods, groceries, hardware, &c., 167 Richelieu, h do
Gervais Edouard, engineer, 63 Albert
Gervais Francois Xavier, 20 Duchene
Gervais Jean Baptiste, 35 Queen
Gervais Jean, carter, 8 Desalaberry
Gervais Louis, laborer, 33 Queen
Gervais Louis, shoemaker, 60 Desalaberry
Gervais Michel, laborer, 2 Desalaberry
Gervais Napoleon, laborer, 35 Queen
Gibbs G. F., clerk C.V.R., bds at Bartlett’s American Hotel, 10, 12 and 14 Richelieu
Gibbs Walter, clerk C.V.R., 59 Queen
Gibson Mrs. Alice, widow James, 45 St. John
GILLESPIE & CO., dealers in furniture of all descriptions and undertakers, 119 Richelieu
Gillespie Farnham (Gillespie & Co.), 74 St. John
Gillespie Henry, retired, 74 Champlain
Gillespie John, potter, 76 St. John
Gilbert Robert, potter, 50 St. Charles
Gillespie William N., 74 St. John
GIRARD A.D., advocate, 108 Champlain, h 112-½ do
Girard Francois, carpenter, 12 St. Charles
Girardin Mrs. Caroline, widow Alfred, 14 Longueuil
Glover Henry, potter, 57 Grant
Godin Alexandre, tinsmith, 65 Jacques Cartier
GODIN D., manufacturer and dealer in hats and furs, wholesale and retail, sign of the large black Bear, 56
Richelieu, bds at United Stales Hotel, St. James corner Champlain
Godin Joseph, hostler St. Johns Hotel 60 and 62 Richelieu
Godin Mrs. Julia, widow Louis, 123 St. James
Godin Moise, baker, 2 Queen
Godin Napoleon, potter, 65 Jacques Carper
Godin Noiberc, pastry ixikci-, 65 Jacques Cartier
Goodrow William H., baggagemaster G.T.R., 11 Lemoine
GOOLD R., & CO. (R. Goold), dealer in staple and fancy groceries, wines and liquors, fruits and confectionery, oysters, wholesale and retail, in season, briar pipes, tobaccos, cigars and smokers’ articles, agents for Canada Wine Growers Association native wine, 45 Richelieu
Goold R. (R. Goold & Co.), bds at F. Lefebvre’s. 162 Richelieu
Gosselin John, laborer, 46 St. Peter
Gosselin R.,  porter, 48 St. James
Grand Trunk Railway, Lemoine, William Drumm, freight and passenger agent
Granger Mrs. J. B., resides at the Barracks
Gra[?] William, foreman, St. Johns Stone China-ware Co., 37 Grant
Gregoire J. B. U., cabinetmaker, 64 Albert
Gregoire Jean Baptiste, furniture dealer, 107 Jacques Cartier, h 64 Albert
Gregoire Joseph, 42 Grant
Guaise Ambrose, trader, 46 Desalaberry
Guerin Julien, laborer, 48 Albert
Guertin F. L., clerk, bds 46 Richelieu
Guertin Miss Clara, milliner and dressmaker, 111 Richelieu
Guertin Mrs. H., widow Francois, 111 Richelieu
GUILBERT LEVI, dealer in groceries, provisions, wines, liquors, &c., cheap for cash, 17 St. James, corner
Champlain, h 7 St. Thomas
Guilbert Norbert, grocer, 115 St. James, h do
GUILLET M., manufacturer and dealer in hats, caps and furs, wholesale and retail. Positively one price,
the lowest. Sign of the black bear, 44 Richelieu, h 46 do
Guillot Etienne, jailer, Court House, 44 St. Charles
GUILLOT ETIENNE IRENEE, advocate, 33 St. Charles, bds at Court House, 44 St. Charles
Guillot Mrs. Hubert, 165 Richelieu
Hackett David, watchman G.T. R., Richelieu, near the Pump House
Hamel Leon, bookkeeper, 76 Champlain
Hammond Henry R., foreman, 48 St. Charles
Hanna Mrs. Jane, widow Robert, 45 St. George
Harbor Masters’ office, 15 Richelieu, J. K. Pinsonneault, harbor master
Harding E. J., clerk Merchants’ Bank of Canada, bds 162 Richelieu
Harrison John, night watchman, 88 Champlain
Harvey —, telegraph operator C.V.R.
HAY MARCELLIN, SEN. (Central T Store), dealer in groceries, provisions, wines, liquors, fruit, fish, &c., wholesale and retail, 103 and 105 Richelieu, h 69 Champlain
Hay Marcellin, jun., clerk, 69 Champlain
Hebert Arthur, barkeeper City Hotel, 18 and 20 Market square
Hebert Charles, laborer, 14 Desalaberry
Hebert Cyprien, trackman G.T.R., Grant near St. Thomas
Hebert Magloire, laborer, 3 Duchene
Hebert Moise, laborer, 54 Albert
Hebert Mrs. C., couturiere, 14 Desalaberry
Hebert Mrs. Louis, widow, 27 St. Peter
Hebert Napoleon, conductor C.V.R., bds at National Hotel, Market square
Hebert Olivier, proprietor City Hotel, 18 and 20 Market square
Hebert Pierre, 69 Albert
Hebert S. R., veterinary surgeon, 98 Jacques Cartier, h do
Heil Timothee, joiner, 3 St. Peter
Herron Robert, car repairer G.T.R., 75 Lemoine
Hevey Isaie, cutter and tailor, bds 60 Jacques Cartier
Hibbard Charles B., express clerk and telegraph operator, 82 Grant
Hibbard Mrs. John, 82 Grant
Hinkson Miss, select-school
HISLOP M. L., dealer in groceries, tobaccos and cigars, wholesale and retail. Cigars a specialty, opposite
corner to Merchants’ bank, 31 Richelieu, bds at F. Lefebvre’s, 162 Richelieu
Hoffman Edward, tanner, 53 Jacques Cartier
Homond Ferdinand, packer, 29 Jacques Cartier
Horrigan James, tailor, bds 35 St. Charles
Houle Desire, carpenter, 133 St. James
Howard Robert, M.D., 29 Longueuil
Howie Frank, tinsmith, St. Louis near Champlain
Howie Fred., clerk, bds 100 Richelieu
Howie John, clerk, St. Louis near Champlain
Howie John, stoves and tinware, plumber and roofer, 96 and 98 Richelieu, h 100 do
Howson Thomas C., clerk G.T.R., 2 Riverside terrace, Champlain
HUDON F. P., editor La Voix du Peuple, 52 St. John
Hudon Philadelphe, bookkeeper, 52 St. John
Hughes Charles, potter, 48 Queen
Hughes James, potter, 48 Queen
Hughes Mrs. Mary, widow Martin, 48 Queen
HUOT GODFREY, wholesale dealer in eggs and country produce. Highest market price paid for eggs,
butter, grain, poultry, &c., 9 Market square, h 75 Champlain
IMPERIAL INSURANCE CO., of London, Eng., William Coote, agent, 2 St. James
Inglis Archibald, insurance clerk, bds 162 Richelieu
Irwin Miss L., private school, 12 St. James
Jardanais Edouard, hair dresser, 99 Jacques Cartier
Jarvas Joseph, St. George near Queen
Jeffers John, switchman G.T.R., 87 Jacques Cartier
Jette August, laborer, 23 Desalaberry
Johnson George, clerk, Bartlett’s American Hotel, 10, 12 and 14 Richelieu
Johnson John, laborer, 51 St. George
Johnston Alexander T., commercial traveller, 56 Champlain
Jones William, potter, 86 Queen
Joubert Jean Baptiste, huckster, St. Johns Market, h 25 Jacques Cartier
Joubert Julien, laborer, 21 Jacques Cartier
Joubert Pierre, laborer, 23 Jacques Cartier
Kempley William, 44 Jacques Cartier
Kerney William, section foreman G.T.R., 84 Grant
Knight Edward C., accountant and assignee, 2 St. James, h junction of Richelieu and Champlain
Knight John, painter, 3 Albert
Knight Wesley, potter, 3 Albert
LA BANQUE DE ST. JEAN, head office, St. Johns, P.Q.. Branch at Napierville, P.Q., M. Catudal, Manager; Montreal Correspondents, Bank of Montreal; New York do, Messrs. Smithers & Watson; Drafts issued on Montreal and New York, drafts on Paris, London, San Francisco, &c., furnished on application; Louis Molleur, jun., president; Ph. Baudouin, cashier, 85 Richelieu
Labelle S., tinsmith, 89 St. James
Laberge Peter, engineer, 1 Lemoine
La Brish James D., fireman G.T.R., Victoria
Lacaste Mrs. Francois, 2 Jacques Cartier
Lacroix Edward, shoemaker, 11 Jacques Cartier
Lacroix Olivier, laborer, 24 St. Charles
Lafleche Charles, clerk, 57 Champlain
Lafleche Charles Richer, 35 Grant
Lafleur Isaac, sen., 69 St. James
Lafleur Isaac, jun., carpenter, 96 St. James
Laliberte E., gardener, 16 Grant
Laliberte Joseph, baker, 38 Duchene
Laliberte Marcil, laborer, 38 Duchene
Laliberte Miss Zoe, 30 Duchene
Laliberte Mrs. O., widow Louis, washerwoman, 60 St. James
Laliberte Mrs. Y., widow Joseph, 36 Duchene
Lalime Andrew, hostler, St. John
Lalime Jean Baptiste (Cote) Arpin & Co., and Seguin, Lalime & Co., 30 St. John
LAMARCHE ZOTIQUE OVIDE HECTOR, inspector of schools for the district of Iberville. Always at home on Saturday, 7 St. John
Lamarche Emery, shoemaker, 195 Richelieu
Lamarre Mrs. Joseph, 92 St. James
L’ Amour Jacques, laborer, 75 Albert
Lamoureux Ignace, potter, 32 Albert
Lamoureux Mrs. Cyrille, 58 St. James
Lamoureux Mrs., widow, 32 Desalaberry
Lanciau Oliva, carpenter and joiner, 76 St. Charles
Lampen Henry, chief clerk G.T.R., 98 St. John
LANCASHIRE INSURANCE CO., of Manchester, William Coote, agent, 2 St. James
LANGELIER & DECELLES, importers, wholesale and retail dealers in staple and fancy dry goods, groceries, provisions, wines, liquors, hardware, bar iron and steel, carriage wood work, blacksmiths’ coal, &c. Langelier Block, 50 and 52 Richelieu
Langelier Charles, sen., grist and carding mill owner and grocery, 99 Champlain, h 22 Richelieu
Langelier Joseph, clerk, 22 Richelieu
Langelier Louis, printer, 22 Richelieu
LANGEVIN & MONDAY (Arthur Langevin and 0. G. Monday), wholesale and retail dealers in ready-made clothing, hats, caps and furs, 82 Notre Dame, Montreal, and 129 Richelieu
Langevin Arthur (Langevin & Monday), bds at Canada hotel, 177 and 179 Richelieu
Langevin Francois Xavier, laborer, 18 Duchene
Langlois Jeremie, post office clerk, 78 St. James
Langlois Mrs. Theodore, 15 Grant
Langlois Olivier, cabinetmaker, 32 St. John
Langlois P., grocer, 78 St. James, h do
Lanier J. B. (Molleur, Lanier & Co.), resides at Iberville
Lanier F. X., high constable, crier of the courts, bailiff and collector, 49 Champlain
Lanoue Alexandre, Allen
Lanoue Edward, hair dresser, 58 Richelieu, h 101 St. James
Lanoue Eusdbe, laborer, 46 Queen
Lanoue Joseph, engineer, 50 Queen
Lanoue Julien, 101 St. James
Lanoue Moise, laborer, 49 Queen
Lanoue Pierre, laborer, 49 Queen
Lanoue Surprenant, laborer, Allen
L’Aqueduc de St. Jean, Louis Molleur, fils, proprietaire, office, 22 Longueuil
Lareau Henry, clerk, 66 Grant
LAREAU LEANDRE, proprietor Fonderie Canadienne de St. Jean, 66 Grant, also dealer in coal and wood
stoves and ironware, 157 Richelieu, h 66 Grant
LARMONTH & SONS, (agents for Frost & Wood, Smith’s Falls), agricultural implement warehouse, 33
College, Montreal. 0. Hebert, agent, St. Johns
LAROCQUE & BOURKE, (William La Rocque and Thomas J. Bourke), complete assortment of fancy and staple dry goods, tweeds, broadcloths, tricots; doeskins, &c., black and colored alpacas, cashmeres, fringes, embroideries, kid gloves, domestic patterns, &c., also paper hangings, Maison Richelieu, block La Rocque, 113 Richelieu
La Rocque Basile, M.D., 62 Grant
La Rocque C. H., passenger agent and special solicitor of freight S.E.R., 82 Champlain
LA ROCQUE H., chemist and druggist, patent medicines of all kinds, perfumery, toilet requisites, &c. Prescriptions prepared with care and promptness, 109 Richelieu, h 62 Grant
La Rocque Henri, J.P., 70 Richelieu
La Rocque Joseph, clerk, Grant
La Rocque William (La Rocque & Bourke), Grant
Larivee Norbert, baker, 75 St. James
LA SOCIETE PERMANENTE DE CONSTRUCTION DU DISTRICT D’IBERVILLE, Edouard L’Ecuyer, secretary-treasurer, 69 Jacques Cartier
Latour Alexandre, carpenter, 100 St. Charles
Latour Cyprien, blacksmith and ploughmaker, 81 St. James, h 83 St. James
Laurin Louis, blacksmith, 66 St. John
Lavigne Mathias, cabinetmaker, bds 64 Albert
Lavoie Henri, laborer, 13 Albert
LA VOIX DU PEUPLE, Roy Fréres, éditeurs-propriétaires, 88 Richelieu
Lebeau Joseph, laborer, 57 Desalaberry
Lebeau Joseph, laborer, River side, rear of Boyer & Sene’s store
Lebert Jean Baptiste, hostler National Hotel, 23 Market square
Lebert Louis, carpenter, 139 St. James
Lebert Pierre, proprietor National Hotel, 23 Market square corner Jacques Cartier
Leblanc L., shoemaker, 97 St. James
Leblanc Moise, laborer, 8 Desalaberry
L’Ecuyer A. T. E., clerk, 107 St. James
L’Ecuyer David, milkman, 41 Queen
L’ECUYER EDOUARD, notary, sec-treasurer La Société Permanente de Construction du District d’lberville, 69 Jacques Cartier, h 107 St. James
L’Ecuyer Narcisse, engineer C.V.R., 54 St. John
L’Ecuyer N. E., clerk C.V.R., 54 St. John
Ledoux Alexandre, blacksmith, 43 Champlain
Lefebvre Augustin, shoemaker, St. Charles
Lefebvre D., & Co. (Mrs. A. Courtemanche and David Lefebvre), boot and shoe store, 137 Richelieu
Lefebvre David (D. Lefebvre & Co.), 137 Richelieu
Lefebvre Fabien, boarding house, 162 Richelieu
LEFEBVRE OLIVIER, dealer in fancy and staple dry goods and millinery, in which the stock is well
assorted and sold at the lowest prices, 118 Richelieu, h 116 do
Lefebvre Onesime, baker, St. Thomas near Duchene
Lefebvre Miss S., St. Paul near Champlain
Lefebvre Mrs. R., & Co. (Mrs. A. Courtemanche and Mrs. Rosalie Lefebvre), milliners and dressmakers, 137 Richelieu
Lefebvre Mrs. Rosalie (Mrs. R. Lefebvre & Co.), 137 Richelieu
Leger Cleophas, telegraph repairer, Montreal Telegraph Co., 45 Grant
LE FRANCO-CANADIEN, tri-weekly and weekly, Isaac Bourguignon, proprietor, publisher and printer, 2 Market square
Lemieux R., 20 Longueuil
Lemieux R., pedlar, 41 St. James
Leprohon James, M.D., 19 St. Charles
L’ESPERANCE CHARLES, tailor. Gents’ garments made in the latest styles promptly and at low prices.
Repairing, cleaning and dyeing very cheaply done, 47 Richelieu, h 34 Champlain
Lessard Mrs. S., 56 St. John
Lewis C. H., draw bridge keeper C.V.R., Victoria
L’Heureux Mrs. E., 94 Champlain
L’Heureux The Misses (Adeline and Corine L’Heureux), milliners and dressmakers, 94 Champlain
Lizotte Alphonse, joiner, 11 Duchene
LOMME JOSEPH A., importer of fancy and staple dry goods, groceries, provisions, hardware, wines,
liquors, &c., wholesale and retail, 126 and 128 Richelieu, h 130 do
Lomme P. A., clerk, bds 130 Richelieu
LONDON ASSURANCE CORPORATION (Fire and Life), of London, Eng., James O’Cain, agent, 1 St. George
LORD JOSEPH, staple and fancy groceries, wines and liquors, wholesale and retail, 127 Richelieu, h do
Lord Hilaire, laborer, 87 St. James
L’Orphion de St Jean, C. T. Charbonneau, president
LORRAIN LEON, advocate, 2 Market square, at the office of Le Franco-Canadien, resides at Iberville
Loupret Charles (Macdonald & Loupret), resides at Iberville
L’Union St. Joseph de St. Jean, Noel Chaput, president
Lussier Louis, cabinetmaker, 55 Jacques Cartier
LYNCH ANTHONY, manufacturer and wholesale and retail dealer in waxed upper and waxed calf leather.
Spanish sole leather always on hand, 185 Richelieu, h 183 do
MACDONALD & LOUPRET (L. G. Macdonald, Q.C., and Charles Loupret), advocates, 27 Richelieu
MACDONALD ALEXANDER, 100 Jacques Cartier
MACDONALD DUNCAN, private banker, 100 Jacques Cartier, h do
MACDONALD EDWARD C., proprietor St. Johns Stone China-Ware Co., office St. George corner Grant,
and private banker, office 100 Jacques Cartier, h 100 Jacques Cartier
Macdonald James, 132 Champlain
Macdonald L. G., Q.C. (Macdonald & Loupret), 132 Champlain
Macdonald Mrs., 108 Jacques Cartier
Mace William, baggage master G.T.R., 68 Albert
MACPHERSON JAS., wholesale flour, grain and produce commission merchant, 4-½ St. James, h 42 Longueuil
Macpherson John S., clerk, 42 Longueuil
Maguire John (Dunn & Maguire), 10 Longueuil
Maguire Thomas, 10 Longueuil
Maillet Amable, potter, 57 Albert
Maillet Auguste, printer, News office
Maillet Charles, printer, News office
Mailloux Narcisse, laborer, 42 Albert
Mailloux N., carpenter, 42 Albert
Majeau Hypolite, shoemaker, 50 Queen
Mailhot Alexis, laborer, 61 Lemoine
Mallet Thomas, bds at United States Hotel, St. James corner Champlain
Malard Sister, superioress of St. Johns Hospital, 17 Longueuil
Manson W. E., bookkeeper News office, 43 Richelieu
Marceau Fabien, laborer, 125 St. James
Marceau Moise, tailor, 125 St. James
Marceau Pierre, carter, 51 Desalaberry
MARCHAND & CHARBONNEAU (hon. F. G. Marchand, M.P.P., and Charles T. Charbonneau), notaries, 86 Jacques Cartier
Marchand A., carpenter, 34 Duchene
Marchand Charles, clerk, Riverside terrace, Champlain
Marchand Edmund, groceries, wines and liquors, 32 Richelieu, h 34 do
Marchand F. J. H. (Charland & Marchand), 32 Grant
Marchand hon. F. G. (Marchand & Charbonneau), M.P.P., County of St. Johns, 46 St. Charles
Marchand Louis, printer, Duchene
Marchand L. G., deputy registrar for the county of St. Johns, resides at the Barracks
MARCHAND LOUIS H. (established 1867), practical watchmaker and jeweller. All kinds of repairs in the
above promptly and skillfully executed. Special and personal attention given to the repairing of watches.
Satisfaction guaranteed, 78 Richelieu, bds at St. Johns Hotel, 60 and 62 Richelieu
MARCHAND WILLIAM A., registrar for the County of St. Johns, 95 Jacques Cartier, h 34 St. James
Marchesseau Mrs. R. S., 41 Champlain
Marcil Camille, laborer, 7 St. Louis
Marcil Casimir, laborer, 30 Grant
Marcil Hubert, laborer, 11 St. Louis
Marcil Jules A., laborer, 42 Queen
Marcil Louis, laborer, 44 Queen
Marcoux E. A., bailiff and collector, 29 St. Charles
Marengo Alexander (St. Johns Cigar Manufactory), bds 37 Grant
Marengo J. (St. Johns Cigar Manufactory), resides at Iberville
Marengo R. (St Johns Cigar Manufactory), 37 Grant
Marien Narcisse, butcher, St. Johns Market, h 80 St. James
MARLER W. LAKE, manager Merchants Bank of Canada, resides 2 St. George corner Richelieu
Marshall Charles, crown lands agent, St. Jerome, 1 Riverside Terrace, Champlain
MASSY GEORGE, proprietor Dominion Soap Works, manufacturer of erasive soaps, also royal crown
and laundry bar soaps, 68 St. John, h do
MAXIMILLIAN BROTHER, director St. Johns Commercial Academy, 69 and 71 St. James
Mayer Mrs. Margaret, widow Joseph, 113 St. James
Mayrand Louis A., insurance agent, 59 Champlain
McCarroll Peter, smith and farrier, 55 St. James, h 67 Grant
McConkey E. (E. McConkey & Co.), 127 Champlain
McCONKEY E., & CO. (E. McConkey and F. X. Clement), merchant tailors and dealers in gents’ furnishing goods, Coote’s block, 97 Richelieu
McConnell Alexander, section foreman G.T.R., 30 Duchene
McGinnis R. P. (St Johns Cigar Manufactory), resides at Iberville
McGOOGAN P., manufacturer and dealer in saddles, harness, trunks, valises, whips, horse clothing, &c.,
Arpin’s block, 73 Richelieu, h 53 St. John
McGoogan Robert, butcher, St. Johns Market, h 53 St. John
McGuire John, potter, 53 St. George
Mcintosh James, laborer, 67 Lemoine
McKellar Archibald, 86 St. John
McNULTY J. E., wholesale and retail dealer in dry goods, groceries, wines, liquors, hardware, paints,
oils, &c., 141 Richelieu, h do
McNulty William, clerk, bds at Canada Hotel, 177 and 179 Richelieu
McQUILLEN JAMES P., spinning wheel manufacturer and general wood turner. Newel posts, table legs
and stair ballusters of all sizes and designs kept in stock. Spinning wheel and other repairs done on the shortest notice. Prices low, satisfaction guaranteed, 21 Market square, resides at the Barracks
McQuillen J. A., travelling agent, 6 Jacques Cartier
Menard Joseph, laborer, 1 Desalaberry
Menard Mrs. Eusebe, widow, 36 Queen
Menard Wilfred, potter, 36 Queen
MERCHANTS BANK OF CANADA, W. Lake Marler, manager, 29 Richelieu corner St. George
Mercier Joseph, clerk, 9 Longueuil
Mercier Miss H., dressmaker, 100 St. James
Mercier Mrs. Edouard, widow, 33 St. Charles
Mercier Napoleon, tanner, 30 Desalaberry
Mercier Octave, carter, 86 St. James
Mercier Paschal, 100 St. James
Mercier Z., carter, 15 Jacques Cartier
MESSIER J. S., advocate, 72 Jacques Cartier corner St. Charles, h do
METHODIST CHURCH OF CANADA, Longueuil, rev. William J. Crothers, M.A., pastor
Metivier Joseph, potter, 3 Longueuil
METROPOLITAN PLATE GLASS INSURANCE CO. OF NEW YORK, James Cain, agent, 1 St. George
Meunier C. H. L., clerk, bds 167 Richelieu
Meunier J., & Co. (Joseph Meunier, St. Johns, and Baptiste Benjamain, Ste. Angele), dealers in Canadian
produce, 81 Jacques Cartier
Meunier Joseph (J. Meunier & Co.), 81 Jacques Cartier
Miller John, retired, 71 Champlain
Miller V., laborer, 48 Jacques Cartier
Milligan Samuel, 96 Jacques Cartier
MILLS REV. W. L., rector of St. Johns, 108 Jacques Cartier
Moffat Mrs. Ann, widow Isaac, 31 St. George
Moisant Michel, bailiff, Longueuil
Molleur Israel, carpenter, 20 Desalaberry
Molleur Joseph, jun., teller La Banque de St. Jean, 40 Longueuil
MOLLEUR J. E. (Molleur, Lanier & Co.), importer and wholesale dealer in dry goods and wholesale
dealer, in Canada straw hats, 147 Richelieu, h Champlain near Riverside Terrace
MOLLEUR, LANIER & CO. (J. E. Molleur and J. B. Lanier), wax bleachers, wax taper manufacturers, and wholesale dealers in wax candles and tapers, and all kinds of wax, factory Iberville, office 147 Richelieu
MOLLEUR LOUIS, fils, MP.P. county of Iberville, president La Banque de St. Jean, and proprietor I’Aqueduc de St. Jean, office 22 Longueuil, h 32 Longueuil
Monarque Louis, furniture dealer and cooper, 96 Champlain, h do
Monast Alexander, boot and shoe maker, 80 Richelieu, bds do
MONAST TANCREDE D., dealer in fancy and staple dry goods, groceries, provisions, wines, liquors, tobaccos and cigars, wholesale and retail, 80 Richelieu, h do
Monbleau David, tinsmith and plumber, 97 Champlain, h 34 Jacques Cartier
Monbleau Eusebe, carpenter, 28 Jacques Cartier
Monday O. G. (Langevin & Monday), resides 89 Sanguinet, Montreal
MONNETTE F., proprietor St. Johns Hotel, 60 and 62 Richelieu
Monnette Olivier, clerk St. Johns Hotel, 60 and 62 Richelieu
Montgomerie R. C., 134 Champlain
MONTREAL HOTEL, Joseph Beaudry, proprietor. First-class house. Meals at all hours, 121 and 123 Richelieu
MONTREAL TELEGRAPH CO., George H. Wilkinson, agent, 25 Richelieu
Moore William, woodman G.T.R., 81 Grant
Moquin Mrs., widow, 55 Desalaberry
Moran Vital, laborer, 147 St. James
Moreau H., M.D., 67 Jacques Cartier
Moreau J., 34 Albert
MOREAU LAURENT, dealer in groceries, provisions, wines, and liquors of all kinds, pork, flour, salt fish, &c., at lowest prices, 16 St. James corner Champlain, h 87 Champlain
Morel Edmond Louis, clerk County of St. John’s Registry office, resides at the Barracks
MOREL EDOUARD, tinsmith, plumber and roofer, dealer in all kinds of tin and iron ware, coal and wood stoves, furnaces, &c. Tin and galvanized iron roofing done in town or country at lowest prices, 19 Market square, h do
Morel Louis, shoemaker, resides at the Barracks
Morel Mrs., widow, 50 Desalaberry
Morency Mrs., washerwoman, 8 Duchene
Morin Camille, carpenter and joiner, 17 St. Peter
MORIN EDOUARD, carpenter, joiner, builder and contractor. All orders in the above promptly done, in the most workmanlike manner; special attention paid to jobbing, prices very low, and satisfaction
guaranteed, 20 Albert, h do
MORIN MADAME 0., milliner, 40 Richelieu
MORIN 0., manufacturer and dealer in boots, shoes and rubbers. Large stock, best goods, lowest prices;
custom work to order at cheapest rates, 40 Richelieu, h 42 do
MOSS JOHN P., general dealer in dry goods, groceries, provisions, crockery, glassware, wines, liquors,
small wares, etc. Good articles and low prices, 14 Market square, h do
Moss Patrick, tailor and cutter, 14 Market square
Nadeau Alexandre, sen., 16 St. Charles
Narbonne Charles, huckster, Market, resides at Iberville
NATIONAL EXPRESS CO., George H. Wilkinson, agent, 25 Richelieu
National Hotel, Pierre Lebert, proprietor, 23 Market square corner Jacques Cartier
Newmann William, car repairer C.V.R., 76 Grant
NEWS AND FRONTIER ADVOCATE ([THE], Established 1848.) published every Friday. E. R. Smith, publisher and proprietor, 18 Richelieu, nearly opposite the new post office
Nichols Miss Caroline, private school, 89 Jacques Cartier
Nolette Bruno, laborer, 34 Grant
Nolin Casimir, carter, 21 Desalaberry
Nolin Charles, sheriff District of Iberville, Court House, 44 St. Charles, h 70 Champlain
Nolin Napoleon, laborer, 25 St. Peter
Nolin William, lockman, 20 Champlain
Norris William C., clerk G.T.R., bds 162 Richelieu
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE INSURANCE CO. OF LONDON AND EDINBURGH, William Coote, agent, 2 St. James
NORTHERN INSURANCE CO. OF ABERDEEN AND LONDON, Wiliam Coote, agent, 2 St. James
Noxon Mrs. Mary, widow James, 4 Champlain
O’CAIN JAMES, dealer in coal and wood, custom house broker and general insurance agent, 1 St. George, h 2 do
O’Cain Mrs. Bernard, 14 Jacques Cartier
Oligny Gilbert, laborer, 37 Queen
O’Reilly Patrick, St. Paul near Champlain
OSGOOD W. A., postmaster, 23 Richelieu, h 104 Jacques Cartier
Ouimet Napoleon, hostler, St. Charles Hotel, 40 St. Charles corner Jacques Cartier
Ouimet Narbonne, laborer, 127 St. Peter
Owen John, potter, 39 St. John
Page Mrs S., widow, Duchene
PAILLE CHARLES, watchmaker and jeweller, dealer in watches, clocks, jewellery, silver and plated ware, gold pens, vases, statuary, fancy goods, toys, &c., 112 and 114 Richelieu, h 110 do
Palmer Charles, bookkeeper, bds at St. Johns Hotel, 60 and 62 Richelieu
Papineau Henry, hostler United States Hotel, St. James corner Champlain
Papineau Luc, butcher, St. Johns Market, h 65 St. Charles
Paquette Joseph, 64 Jacques Cartier
PAQUIN OLIVIER, boot and shoe store. A good assortment of boots and shoes always on hand at lowest
prices. Custom work done in the latest styles, 77 Richelieu, h 79 do
PARADIS E. Z., advocate, 88 Jacques Cartier, h Jacques Cartier corner St. George
Parker E. M., & Co., ice dealers, 158 Richelieu
Parker George, builder, Victoria
Parker John, agent for E. M. Parker & Co., 197 Richelieu
Pariseau Eusebe, joiner, 118 St. Peter
Patenaude Andre, joiner, 58 Queen
Patenaude Cyrille, laborer, 39 Grant
Patenaude Mrs. Cyrille, 13 Market square
Pattee D. L., road master S. S. & C. R., 130 Champlain
Patterson John, section foreman G.T.R., 72 Queen
Payette Charles, tailor, 22 Jacques Cartier
Payette Francois, carriage maker, 22 Jacques Cartier
Pearson John, lumber merchant, foot of George, resides at Iberville
PEARSON W. J., proprietor St. Johns Boarding, Livery and Exchange Stable. A large number of horses constantly on hand either to rent or for sale, 78 Champlain, h do
Peirce Charles Stewart, 131 Champlain
Perchard Hy. G., chief clerk and landing waiter customs, 10 Lemoine
Perrier Pierre, school teacher, 11 St. John
Petit Moise, blacksmith, 26 Albert
PHILLIPS E. D., collector of customs, 23 Richelieu, resides at the Barracks
Phillips Henry, 10 Jacques Cartier
Phillips Joseph, carpenter, 1 Jacques Cartier
PHOENIX INSURANCE CO., of London, William Coote, agent, 2 St. James
Picard Etienne, laborer, 11-½ Duchene
Picard Aurele, clerk, bds 34 St. John
Pichette Joseph, 2 St. Charles
Pichette Mrs., widow, 32 Desalaberry
Pickels Mrs. M., wid Elijah, 4 Jacques Cartier
Pigeon Antoine, laborer, 35 Jacques Cartier
Pigeon Victor, conductor G.T.R., 37 St. John
Pinsonneault Camille, butcher, St. Johns Market, h 128 St. James
Pinsonneault Camille, carter, 20 St. James
Pinsonneault C. P., clerk, bds 46 Richelieu
Pinsonneault Dieudonne, potter, 13 St. John
Pinsonneault J. E., harbor master, 15 Richelieu, bds at United States Hotel, Champlain corner St. James
Placidus Brother, sub-director St. Johns Commercial Academy, 69 and 71 St. James
Plante Mrs. Esther, widow Thomas, 38 St. James
Plante Miss A., 53 Albert
Plante Napoleon, boot and shoe maker, 114 St. James, h do
Plantier Jean, egg packer, h 66 Jacques Cartier
Plantier Jean Baptiste, 58 Jacques Cartier
Plantier Mrs., 2 Duchene
Plantier Narcisse, laborer, 49 Desalaberry
PLANTIER PIERRE, dealer in groceries, provisions, crockery, woodenware, flour, grain, &c. All articles sold at the lowest prices, 38 St. Charles corner Jacques Cartier, h do
Plantier Pierre, 6 Desalaberry
Plouffe George, carpenter, 97 Queen
POINTON PHILLIP, manager at St. Johns Stone China-Ware Co., 33 Longueuil
Poirier Isaac, carpenter, 106 St. James
Poirier Joseph, bar keeper Montreal Hotel, resides at Iberville
Poirier Joseph, laborer, 9½ Duchene
Poirier Joseph, laborer, 38 St. Peter
Poirier Miss, 52 St. James
Poirier Noel, butcher, St. Johns Market, h 116 St. James
Poissant Julien, school teacher, 42 Champlain
Potvin Etienne, yard master C.V.R., 49 St. George
Potvin Prudent, carpenter, 10½  Duchene
Pole Frederick F., jun., foreman at H. K. Clarke’s, 5 Riverside terrace, Champlain
Pole Frederick F., sen., 3 Riverside terrace, Champlain
POUTRE EDOUARD, manufacturer and dealer in saddles, harness, trunks, valises, satchels, &c., 9 and
11 St. James, h do
POST OFFICE, 23 Richelieu, W. A. Osgood, postmaster
Prairie Joseph, druggist’s clerk, with H. Larocque, 109 Richelieu
Prairie Mrs., 129 Champlain
Prevost Arthur, potter, 10 St. Thomas
Prevost C., laborer, 42 St. Charles
Provost Oxance, joiner, 114 St. Peter
Prevost Simeon, hostler, St. Charles
Prior Thomas, potter, Victoria
PROTHONOTARY, District of Iberville, Charland & 3Marchand, Court house, 44 St. Charles
QUEEN INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL AND LONDON (fire and life), James O’Cain, agent
Quesnel Jules, jun., law clerk, 38 Richelieu
Quesnel Jules, sen., collector of Chambly Canal tolls, 94 Champlain, h 38 Richelieu
Racicot Augustin L., grocer, 3 Market square, h 5 do
Racicot G., clerk, bds at 167 Richelieu
Racine I., yardman, bds 66 Albert
RAILWAY REFRESHMENT SALOON, Patrick Slavin, proprietor. The choicest ales and porter, wines, liquors, tobacco, cigars, &c. Trains stop long enough to enable passengers to call. Meals supplied, 8 Lemoine
Ramsay George, confectioner, 32 St. Charles, h 30 do
Ramsay Solomon, confectioner, 67 Richelieu, h 65 do
Ramsay William D., hostler, 34 St. Charles
Raymond dit Plantier Jean Baptiste, fish dealer, 9 Duchene
Raymond Frs., carter, 43 Desalaberry
Raymond Hubert, laborer, 19 St. Peter
Raymond Jean Baptiste, 9 Duchene
Raymond Michel, laborer, 44 Desalaberry
Raywood Thomas, potter, Victoria
Reade John, mould maker and modeler, 12 Longueuil
REGISTRY OFFICE FOR THE COUNTY ST. JOHNS, W. A. Marchand, registrar; L. G. Marchand, deputy registrar, 95 Jacques Cartier
Rheaume Octave, laborer, 58 St. John
Richard Alexis, 42 Desalaberry
Richard Augustin, cigar maker, bds 162 Richelieu
Richard Edmond, 42 Desalaberry
Richard J. B., clerk, Desalaberry
Richelieu Hotel, J. B. Dubois, proprietor, 12 and 14 St. George
Richer dit Lafleche R. A., tailor, 141 Richelieu, h Champlain
Robert Anthony, laborer, 17 Jacques Cartier
Robert J., painter, 30 Jacques Cartier
Robert Louis, laborer, 13 Jacques Cartier
Robert Pierre, carpenter and joiner, 27 Jacques Cartier
Robert Pierre, laborer, Jacques Cartier
Robert Pierre, laborer, 7 St. Paul
Romo James, pedlar, 32 Jacques Cartier
Rossiter John, leather manufacturer, 152 Richelieu, h 187 do
Rouiller Henri, clerk, St. Paul near Champlain
Rouiller Vital, St. Paul near Champlain
Rouleau J., carpenter, 30 Duchene
Rousseau Henri, tanner, 79 St. James
Rousseau Leon, tanner, 79 St. James, h do
Rousseau Romuald, carpenter, 65 Lemoine
Roy A., laborer, 40 Desalaberry
Roy Charles H., (Roy Freres) 49 Richelieu
Roy Damase, carter, 1 Duchene
Roy Emilien, land speculator, 19 Grant
Roy F., laborer, 10 Duchene
ROY FRERES (Jean T. and Charles H. Roy), éditeurs-propriétaires La Voix du Peuple, 88 Richelieu
Roy H. Laurent, car repairer G.T.R., 62 Lemoine
Roy Jean T. (Roy Freres), 76 Richelieu
Roy Joseph A., foreman La Voix du Peuple, resides at Iberville
Roy Julien, 43 St. Paul
Roy Laurent, shoemaker, 43 Albert
Roy Moise, carter, 98 St. James
Roy Mrs. A., widow Charles, carter, 8 Market square
Roy Mrs. F., 76 Desalaberry
Roy Thomas, dealer in cattle, &c., 22 Grant
Roy Pierre, carpenter, 18 Desalaberry
Roy P. J., printer, 76 Richelieu
ROYAL CANADIAN INSURANCE CO. (fire and marine). James O’Cain, agent, 1 St. George
ROYAL FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF LIVERPOOL AND LONDON, William Coote, agent, 2 St. James
Russell Miss Anna, Grant near St. Paul
Ryan Charles, C.V.R., bds 122 Champlain
RYDER J. W., lumber merchant, dealer in all kinds of rough and dressed lumber, proprietor for the
District of Iberville of the “Adams Excelsior Spring Bed”, highly recommended by the Medical Faculty,
office and post office address Iberville
Ryder William M., agent for the Jones Estate, 7 Riverside Terrace, Champlain
Sabourin Antoine, grocer, 131 St. James
Samoisette Anselme, freight master C.V.R., 96 St. John
Samoisette Leon, carpenter, 19 St. John
Samoisette Telesphore, tailor, 2 St. Thomas
Sarrasin Levi, carter, 71 Albert
Sauvage B., dry goods, 55 Richelieu, h 57 do
Sawyer Thomas, crate manufacturer, 64 St. Peter
Saxe Robert J., United States Consul, office 4 Richelieu, h do
Scott Mrs. Mary, widow L. M., 42 Jacques Cartier
SCOTTISH COMMERCIAL INSURANCE CO. OF GLASGOW, William Coote, agent, 2 St. James
SCOTTISH IMPERIAL INSURANCE CO. OF GLASGOW, William Coote, agent, 2 St. James
Seguin Auguste, 101 Jacques Cartier
Seguin Joseph, 36 St. Charles
Seguin Joseph (Seguin, Lalime & Co.), 145 Richelieu
Seguin Mrs. T., 21 Longueuil
Seguin, Lalime & Co. (Joseph Seguin and J. B. Lalime), boot and shoe store, 145 Richelieu
Sene Luc (Boyer & Sene agents), 83 Champlain
Sheridan Thomas, retired, 79 Champlain
Sherritt William, potter, 123 St. Peter
Simard Julien, 52 Grant
Simard Pierre (Brault & Simard), 52 Grant
Simpson Mrs. Jane, widow Ralph, boarding house, 122 Champlain
Simpson Robert, driver, Champlain
SLAVIN PATRICK, proprietor Railway Refreshment Saloon. The choicest ales and porter, wines, liquors, tobacco, cigars, &c. Trains stop long enough to enable passengers to call. Meals supplied, 8 Lemoine
Slemmings Philip, G.T.R., bds at St. Johns Hotel, 60 and 62 Richelieu
Smith Alfred, laborer, 34 Jacques Cartier
SMITH E. R., publisher and proprietor of The News and Frontier Advocate (established 1848), published every Friday, book and job printer, and dealer in stationery, 18 Richelieu, nearly opposite the new post office, h 124 Champlain
Stevens W. H., principal St. Johns High School
Soutiere James, laborer, 43 Desalaberry
ST. CHARLES HOTEL, A. Bonneau, proprietor. A large house kept in a good style, with superior yard and stable accommodations, 40 St. Charles corner Jacques Cartier
St. Cyr Joseph, shoemaker, St. James near Cote, Arpin & Co.’s factory
St. Cyr Olivier, shoemaker, 103 St. James
St. Germain Joseph, clerk, 12 St. Thomas
St. Jacques Francois, engineer, 28 Desalaberry
St. Jacques Francois, lamp lighter, 111 Queen
ST. JAMES CHURCH (Church of England), Jacques Cartier corner St. George, rev. W. L. Mills, rector of St. Johns; rev. 0. J. Booth, assistant minister
St. Jean Baptiste Society, T. A. Bernier, president
ST. JOHNS BOARDING, LIVERY AND EXCHANGE STABLE, W. J. Pearson, proprietor. A large number of horses constantly on hand either to rent or for sale, 78 Champlain
ST. JOHNS CIGAR MANUFACTORY (R. P. McGinnis, A. Marengo, R. Marengo and J. Marengo, proprietors), 159 and 161 Richelieu
St. Johns Cricket and Lacrosse Club, J. B. Stewart, president
ST. JOHNS COMMERCIAL ACADEMY, Brother Maximillian, director; Brother Placidius, sub-director, 69 and 71 St. James
ST. JOHNS GALLERY OF ART, P. L. Brault, 131 Richelieu
St. Johns High School, W. H. Stevens, principal, St. George cor Jacques Cartier
St. Johns High School, Board of Directors, rev. Wm. J. Crothers, T. B. Futvoye, G. H. Wilkinson, E. R. Smith, T. A. Cousins, Wm. Drum, W. A. Stevens, B.A., principal; Miss Sawyer, assistant; W. Coote, secretary
St. Johns Hospital, under the direction of the Grey Nuns. Sister Malard, superioress, 17 Longueuil
ST. JOHNS HOTEL, F. Monette, proprietor, 60 and 62 Richelieu
St. Johns Infant School, under the direction of the Grey Nuns
ST. JOHNS LIVERY STABLE,  Napoleon Trahan, proprietor. Good horses and carriages furnished on short notice. Charges moderate, 98 Champlain, near the market, h do
ST. JOHNS ROCKINGHAM AND YELLOW WARE MANUFACTORY, E. Bowler, proprietor. Manufacturer of Cane, Rockingham and Majolica ware. Factory and office, Allen corner St. Thomas
ST. JOHNS STONE CHINAWARE CO., Ed. C. Macdonald, proprietor. Manufacturers of C. C. and white granite ware, plain and decorated, Grant corner St. George
St. Johns Waterworks, Louis Molleur, jun., proprietor, office 22 Longueuil
St. Onge C., shoemaker, 129 St. James
ST. PATRICK S SOCIETY OF ST. JOHNS, J. O’Cain, president
St. Philippe De Nery Sister, superioress of the Convent of the Congregation of Notre Dame, 54 Grant
St. Pierre E., laborer, 19 Jacques Cartier
St. Pierre Pierre, carpenter, 119 Queen
Ste. Marie Mrs. Z., widow, 102 St. James
STANDARD LIFE ASSURANCE CO. OF EDINBURGH, William Coote, agent, 2 St. James
STANSTEAD, SHEFFORD AND CHAMBLY RAILWAY, L. B. Futvoye, superintendent, Lemoine
Stewart Campbell, pensioner, 77 Champlain
Stewart Colin Campbell, clerk and telegraph operator, 77 Champlain
Stewart Ed, drug clerk, 77 Champlain
Stewart James, station agent Iberville, 77 Champlain
Stewart John, commercial traveller 67 Champlain
Stewart John B., farmer, 5 Lemoine
Stott George Henry, telegraph operator and ticket clerk G.T.R., 52 Albert
SUPERIOR COURT, District of Iberville, Charland & Marchand, joint prothonotary, Court House, 44 St. Charles
Surprenant Albert, yard man, Bartlett’s American Hotel, 10, 12 and 14 Richelieu
Surprenant Damase, laborer, 12 Duchene
Surprenant Joseph, laborer, 9 Duchene
Surveyer L. J. A., hardware, stoves, ranges, wringers, washing machines, Sherwood’s white wire goods and agate iron utensils, 524 Craig, Montreal
Sylvestre Isaac, potter, 27 Queen
Sylvestre Joseph, tinsmith, Queen
Sylvestre Moise, laborer, 8 Jacques Cartier
Symms William A., Richelieu Bridge toll collector, St. Charles
Tallard Theodore, sen., laborer, 6 St. Louis
Tallard Theodore, jun., laborer, St. Louis near Champlain
Tauguay E., carter, 71 Desalaberry
Tanguay Thomas, laborer, 56 Jacques Cartier
Tees J. A. (J. A. Tees & Co.), resides at Madame Plante’s, St. James
TEES J. A., & CO. (J. A. Tees), (successors to T. A. & C. R. Cousins), choice groceries, four and feed,
glassware, crockery, lamps, &c., wholesale and retail, 84 Richelieu corner St. James
Temperance Hotel, L. Deranleau, proprietor, 116 and 118 Champlain
Tenny Arthur J., clerk C.V.R., 94 Richelieu
Tenny Charles, clerk C.V.R, bds at United States Hotel, Champlain corner St. James
Tessier Alphonse, saddler, bds 11 St. James
Tessier Leon, grocer, 33 Champlain
Therien Louis, carter, 21 Desalaberry
THE NEWS AND FRONTIER ADVOCATE (established 1848), published every Friday, E. R. Smith, publisher and proprietor, 18 Richelieu nearly opposite the new post office
Thibodeau Eusebe, shoemaker, 42 St. Peter
Thibodeau Gilbert, laborer, 39 Albert
Thibodeau Jean Baptiste, laborer, 31 Queen
Thibodeau Jean Baptiste, clerk, Queen
Thibodeau Moise, shoemaker, 80 St. Charles
Thibodeau Napoleon, laborer, 40 Queen
Thomson William, cashier G.T.R., bds 162 Richelieu
Tixier L., grocer, 33 Champlain, h do
Toussaint Joseph, 117 St. James
Towner William, farmer, 51 Jacques Cartier
Trahan Gedeon, 66 St. James
Trahan Joseph, clerk, 60 Jacques Cartier
TRAHAN JOSEPH D., manufacturer of all descriptions of carriages and sleighs, cheap and well made.
Repairs promptly done at low prices, 141 St. James, h 132 St. James
TRAHAN NAPOLEON, proprietor St. Johns Livery Stable. Good horses and carriages furnished on short
notice; charges moderate, 98 Champlain, near the Market, h do
Tremblay Edouard, teamster, 26 St. James
Tremblay Francois, proprietor Union Hotel, 1 Market square
Tremblay George A., barkeeper, 1 Market square
Tremblay Henri, huckster, Market square, resides at Iberville
Tremblay Henri, teamster, 26 St. James
Tremblay Joseph, cab driver, 26 Grant
TROTTIER L. M., practical watchmaker and jeweller, constantly on hand a choice assortment of watches,
clocks, fine jewellery; etc. repairs carefully and promptly done. Agent for the Howe, Wanzer and Singer
Sewing machines. Dewar’s Block, 90 Richelieu, bds United States Hotel, St. James corner Champlain
Trudeau Antoine, boat builder, 81 Champlain
TRUDEAU L. A., L.DS., surgeon dentist, pupil of Harvard Dental College, Boston. Patients scientifically treated by the most advanced methods, 173 Richelieu, h do
Tugault Mrs., 59 Jacques Cartier
UNITED STATES AND CANADA EXPRESS CO., George H. Wilkinson, agent, 25 Richelieu
United States Consulate, Robert J. Saxe, consul, John Donaghy, vice-consul, office 4 Richelieu
UNITED STATES HOTEL, Amable Bisaillon, proprietor. House large and roomy and first-class accommodation, St. James corner Champlain
Valliere Edward, boot and shoe maker, 100 Champlain, h do
Valliere Louis, 39 Queen
Valliere S. A., oyster saloon, 10 St. James
Varney Fred., fireman C.V.R., 54 Queen
Vaughan Samuel, farmer, Champlain, Parish of St. Johns
Verano Miss Emma, milliner, bds 162 Richelieu
Villemaire C. (C. Villemaire & Co.), 153 Richelieu
Villemaire C., & Co., tinsmiths, 153 Richelieu
Villemaire Napoleon, tinsmith, 12 Jacques Cartier
VOIX DU PEUPLE (LA), Roy Frères, éditeurs-propriétaires, 88 Richelieu
Wall John, billing clerk G.T.R., 98 St. John
Wall John, laborer, 19 Duchene
Wally William, potter, 126 Queen
Walmsley Alexander, British mail officer, 13 Lemoine
Walmsley E. T., clerk Merchants’ Bank of Canada, 13 Lemoine
WATERLOO AND MAGOG RAILWAY, I. B. Futvoye, superintendent, Lemoine
Wayne John, night operator G.T.R., bds 122 Champlain
Webster Alexander, mason, 4 St. Thomas
Weilbrenner Charles, 106 Queen
WEILBRENNER MAJOR JOSEPH, provincial land surveyor, 106 Queen
Weilbrenner Henry, 106 Queen
Wheeler E. J., wholesale hay, straw and grain dealer, 22 Champlain, h do
Wheeler W. W., travelling agent for The News and Frontier Advocate, bds with Peter Duffy, 18 Richelieu,
over News office
WHITE JOB, cracker and biscuit manufacturer. Boston crackers a specialty. Goods delivered free to all places throughout the country at same prices that I see them at in St. Johns, 53 St. James, h do
WIGHT & CO. (Alexander J. and William J. Wight), chemists and druggists, dealers in drugs, chemicals, patent medicines, perfumery, toilet articles, trusses, garden, feed and flower seeds, soda water and
ginger ale, wholesale and retail, 68 Richelieu
Wight Alexander J. (Wight & Co.), 93 Jacques Cartier, corner St. James
WIGHT ROBERT H., M.D., (Edinburgh, Scotland,) 93 Jacques Cartier corner St. James
Wight William J. (Wight & Co.), 93 Jacques Cartier, corner St. James
WILKINSON GEORGE H., agent Montreal Telegraph Co., National Express Co., and United States and
Canada Express Co., 25 Richelieu, h 106 Jacques Cartier
Wilkinson James, crate maker, 60 St. James
Willan Miss Maria, 91 Jacques Cartier
Williams John, professor of boxing, bds at City Hotel, 18 and 20 Market square
Wilson Richard, retired, 72 Champlain
Wilson Thomas, jun., clerk, 117 Richelieu
Wilson Thomas, sen., dry goods and millinery, 115 Richelieu, h 117 do

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COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI
FARMERS’ DIRECTORY
TOWNSHIP OF DUNHAM, GIVING THE LOT, CONCESSION AND POST OFFICE ADDRESS.
The following post offices are in the Township: Cowansville, Dunboro, Dunham, East Dunham, Scottsmore and Sweetsburg.

All names not otherwise designated are those of farmers. The place following the concession is the post office address. Abbreviations used: c, concession; 1, lot.

Alcombrack E., l 17, c 9, Upper Bedford
Alexander Gilman, laborer, l 15, c 8, Dunham
Allen George, l 28, c 5, Cowansville
Allen H. L., l 2, c 8, Frelighsburg
Archambault Antoine, l 21, c 7, Cowansville
Archambault Louis, l 20, c 7, Dunham
Archambault Peter, l 21, c 7, Cowansville
Armstrong Wm., l 24, c 9, Cowansville
Bachand J., l 26, c 5, Cowansville
Badger John S., l 7, c 9, Dunham
Badger Leonard, l 24, c 9, Farnham Centre
Badger Wilsey, l 19, c 8, Dunham
Baker Charles E., l 23, c 10 (village), Dunham
Baker Charles S., l 7, c 7, Dunham
Baker Joseph, l 8, c 7, Dunham
Baker Jos. S., l 12, c 7, Dunham
Baker M. C, l 22, c 6, Dunham
Baker S. R., l 1, c 5, Frelighsburg
Baker Stevens, l 16, c 5, Dunham
Baker William C., l 13, c 6, Dunham
Baker William S., l 20, c 6, Dunham
Barber Alex., l 18, c 9, Pierceton
Barber Rollin, mechanic, l 8, c 3, East Dunham
Barnes Joseph, l 7, c 9, Dunham
Barnes Louis, l 2, c 2, East Dunham
Bates Allen, l 6, c 5, East Dunham
Bates John, l 15, c 4, Cowansville
Bates D. C., mechanic, l 7, c 3, East Dunham
Bates Merril, l 16, c 4, Cowansville
Beach Jothan, l 21, c 4, Cowansville
Beach Milo, l 17, c 5, Cowansville
Beach Wells, l 17, c 5, Cowansville
Beadle Wm., l 25, c 5, Cowansville
Beattie Crawford, l 18, c 2
Beattie Crawford, jun., l 14, c 1, Sweetsburg
Beattie Crawford (2nd), l 17, c 2, Sweetsburg
Beattie David S., l 17, c 3, Sweetsburg
Beattie James (2nd), l 17, c 3, Sweetsburg
Beattie John (2nd), l 17, c 3, Sweetsburg
Beattie J. C., l 17, c 2, Sweetsburg
Beattie Wm (1st), l 18, c 2, Sweetsburg
Beattie Wm (2nd), l 18, c 3, Sweetsburg
Beaton Robert, l 23, e 9, Farnham Centre
Beauvais Francois, l 11, c 8, Dunham
Bell George, l 20, c 9, Dunham
Bell George N., l 20, c 9, Pierceton
Bell James, l 5, c 7, Cowansville
Bell John, l 28, c 9, Farnham Centre
Bell Thomas, l 1, c 7, Frelighsburg
Belleville Antoine, l 24, c 2, Cowansville
Benjamin John, l 18, c 8, Dunham
Benjamin P., l 13, c 4, Dunham
Benoit John, l 9, c 7, Dunham
Benoit John, jun., l 9, c 7, Dunham
Benoit D., l 22, c 4, Cowansville
Berry James, l 4, c 1, East Dunham
Berry Patrick, l 1, c2, North Pinnacle
Blake Everett, l 7, c 2, East Dunham
Blake E. J., l 7, c 2, East Dunham
Blake John, l 7, c 2, East Dunham
Blake Levi, l 2, c 4, East Dunham
Bobard Felix, l 19, c 4, Cowansville
Bobard John, l 18, c 4, Cowansville
Boomhour C., l 13, c 10, Dunham
Boucher Alex., l 5, c 7, Dunham
Boucher Baptiste, l 5, c 10, Dunham
Boucher John B., l 17, c 7, Dunham
Boucher Olivier, l 14, c 6, Dunham
Boucher Wm., l 16, c 9, Dunham
Bowker M. B., I 24, c 3, Sweetsburg
Branchard Jos., l 24, c 3, Sweetsburg
Brault Alexis, l 15, c 2, Dunboro
Brice James, l 12, c 3, Dunboro
Brooks Henry, l 15, c 6, Dunham
Brown Eugene, l 12, c 6, Dunham
Brown L. L., l 13, c 5, Dunham
Brown Robert, l 15, c 5, Dunham
Brown William, I 3, c 2, East Dunham
Brown Wm., jun., l 1, c 3, East Dunham
Brunch H. N., l 6, c 2, East Dunham
Brunel Abram, l 23, c 30, Farnham Centre
Buchannan Alex., l 14, c 2, Dunboro
Buchannan Ambrose, l 14, c 2, Dunboro
Buchannan Artemus, l 14, c 3, Dunham
Buchannan John, l 12, c 5, Dunham
Buchannan Robert, l 13, c 4, Dunham
Buck Belas, l 28, c 9, Farnham Centre
Buck Martin, l 28, c 9, Farnham Centre
Burnett George, l 23, c 9, Farnham Centre
Burnett Thomas, l 28, c 9, Farnham Centre
Burton Leon, l 14, c 7, Dunham
Butler Daniel, l 27, c 1, Sweetsburg
Butler John, l 28, c 1, Sweetsburg
Butler Patrick, l 27, c 1, Sweetsburg
Cabana Baptiste, l 13, c 6, Dunham
Cady E. B., l 23, c 2, Sweetsburg
Call John, l 7, c 5, East Dunham
Call Lyman, l 7, c 5, East Dunham
Cameron Seneca P., l 9, c 5, Dunham
Cambell Patrick, l 14, c 1, Dunboro
Capron George, l 22, c 3, Sweetsburg
Caravan Francis, l 22, c 2, Sweetsburg
Carter Absolom, l 28, c 7, Cowansville
Carter Edmund, l 27, c 6, Cowansville
Carter Timothy, l 28, c 7, Cowansville
Carty Charles, l 12, c 10, Dunham
Cassvaint Cleophas, l 5, c 2, East Dunham
Castle Philo, l 7, c 8, Dunham
Chadburn Humphrey, farmer and bailiff, l 14, c 3, Sweetsburg
Chaffee John, l 1, c 4, Frelighsburg
Chattield David, l 2, c 1, East Dunham
Chatfield Sylvester, l 3, c 2, East Dunham
Church George, l 16, c 2, Sweetsburg
Clark George R., l 2, c 4, East Dunham
Clark Joshua, l 6, c 2, East Dunham
Clement A., l 28, c 10, Farnham Centre
Clement A. H., l 8, c 7, Dunham
Coatsworth Charles, l 8, c 6, Dunham
Coderre Antoine, l 8, c 10, Stanbridge East
Colcord H. C., l 18, c 5, Cowansville
Collet Joseph, l 5, c 2, East Dunham
Colton Merit, l 17, c 4, Cowansville
Cook James, l 1, c 3, East Dunham
Cook Samuel, l 20, c 8, Dunham
Cook William, l 20, c 8, Dunham
Corey Charles, l 16, c 9, Dunham
Corey Heman, l 16, c 10, Dunham
Corey H. E., l 16, c 9, Dunham
Corey I., l 16, c 9, Dunham
Corey James, l 16, c 10, Dunham
Corey John N., l 16, c 10, Dunham
Cotton Charles, l 25, c 2, Sweetsburg
Cotton George, l 24, c 3, Sweetsburg
Crawford James, l 25, c 10, Farnham Centre
Crilley Thos., l 6, c 10, Stanbridge East
Crilley William, l 6, c 7, Stanbridge East
Cummings David, l 13, c 8, Dunham
Cunningham Chas R., mill owner, l 2, c 1, East Dunham
Damague Anson, l 13, c 6, Dunham
Damague Joseph, l 10, c 7, Dunham
Darbe Benoni, l 17, c 1, West Brome
Darbe Lucius, l 17, c 1, West Brome
Daudelin Joseph, l 19, c 9, Dunham
Daudelin Laurent, l 10, c 10, Dunham
Daudelin Peter, l 23, c 8, Dunham
Deline Wm., l 17, c 10, Dunham
Dent Wm., l 21, c 5, Cowansville
Diotte Etienne, l 17, c 8, Dunham
Doherty John, l 21, c 3, Cowansville
Doherty John, l 4, c 5, Cowansville
Doherty Robert, l 21, c 3, Dunham
Dougall James, l 28, c 7, Cowansville
DoyTe Patrick, l 1, c 1, North Pinnacle
Dryden Thomas, l 25, c 6, Cowansville
Duchesneau Joseph, l 11, c 10, Dunham
Duclos Joseph, l 14, c 6
Dupras Joseph, l 25, c 5, Cowansville
Dupre N., l 24, c 10, Farnham Centre
Dupre Narcisse, l 24, c 10, Farnham Centre
Ebbare John, l 1, c 10, Frelighsburg
Ellison Charles, l 24, c 8, Cowansville
Ellison E. C., l 26, c 5, Cowansville
Ellison Richard, l 24, c 6, Cowansville
Ellison R. E., l 23, c 7, Cowansville
Ellison Vincent, l 26, c 8, Cowansville
England Sylvester, l 24, c 9, Farnham Centre
Esinhart Andrew, l 22, c 8, Farnham Centre
Esinhart T., l 22, c 8, Farnham Centre
Fair Thomas, l 10, c 4, Dunham
Farley Francis, l 28, c 2, Sweetsburg
Farnham A. J., l 10, c 2, East Dunham
Farnham Walter, l 9, c 2, East Dunham
Fitchett J. M., l 19, c 4, Cowansville
Filchett John W., l 20, c 4, Cowansville
Ford Benjamin, l 6, c 1, East Dunham
Ford John M., l 21, c 3, Cowansville
Foss Isaac, l 28, c 5, East Farnham
Foster William, l 22, c 4, Cowansville
Fraser Moses, l 20, c 9, Dunham
Fuller E. D., l 22, c 5, Cowansville
Fuller H. A., l 27, c 2, Sweetsburg
Fuller John, l 27, c 2
Gage Abel, l 16, c 6, Dunham
Gage Abram, l 22, c 5, Cowansville
Gage Allen, l 18, c 9, Pierceton
Galer Charles E., l 7, c 9, Stanbridge East
Galipeau Antoine, l 21, c 9, Dunham
Galipeau Basile, l 21, c 9, Dunham
Garland Andrew, l 1, c 2, North Pinnacle
Garrick George, l 3, c 5
Garrick George H., l 6, c 8, Dunham
Garrick H. H., l 6, c 8, Dunham
Garrack Joseph, l 8, c 8, Dunham
Gendreau Octave, l 15, c 3, Frelighsburg
Gendreau Peter, l 15, c 3, Sweetsburg
Getty Andrew, l 23, c 4, Cowansville
Getty Alfred, l 19, c 9
Getty Ralph, l 3, c 1, East Dunham
Gibson Thomas, l 14, c 10, Dunham
Gilbert Edwin, l 6, c 9, Dunham
Gilbert F. H., l 15, c 7, Dunham
Gilbert John, l 15, c 8. Dunham
Gilbert Moses, l 16, c 7, Dunham
Girard Peter, l 22, c 8, Dunham
Girard Cyrille, l 8, c 10, Stanbridge East
Gleason A., l 8, c 4, East Dunham
Gleason Hiram, l 27, c 4, Cowansville
Gleason Horace, l 6, c 4, East Dunham
Gleason 0. J., l 6, c 4, East Dunham
Gleason Rollin, l 8, c 4, East Dunham
Gleason Willard, l 8, c 4, East Dunham
Godfrey Joseph, l 28, c 4, Cowansville
Goyette Abijah, l 9, c 1, East Dunham
Goyette Alex., jun., l 23, c 7, Cowansville
Goyette Alex., sen., l 27, c 4, Cowansville
Goyette Israel, l 16, c 7, Dunham
Greene Heman, l 8, c 9, Dunham
Griggs Guy, l 2, c 1, East Dunham
Griggs Samuel, l 7, c 3, East Dunham
Grenier Louis, l 21, c 9, Dunham
Grenier Nelson, l 27, c 7, Dunham
Grenier Zep., l 21, c 9, Dunham
Guillett Edmond, l 20, c 8, St Mary de Monir
Hall Edwin, l 5, c 8, Dunham
Hall Fortunatus, l 28, c 8, Farnham Centre
Hall M. T., l 28, c 8, Farnham Centre
Hall Wm., l 17, c 10, Pierceton
Hart Justice, l 20, c 7, Dunham
Harvey Charles, l 8, c 3, East Dunham
Harvey C. M., l 9, c 3, East Dunham
Harvey Edward, l 1, c 2, North Pinnacle
Harvey Henry, l 23, c 4, Cowansville
Harvey Hiram, l 11, c 3, Dunham
Harvey Hubbard, l 11, c 2, East Dunham
Harvey Jonathan, l 10, c 4, East Dunham
Harvey Nelson, l 13, c 3, Dunboro
Harvey Tyler, l 12, c 1, East Dunham
Hill A. D., l 14, c 6, Dunham
Hill Austin L., l 14, c 2, Dunham
Hogabroom Allen, l 13, c 9, Dunham
Holden Artemus, l 4, c 8, St Armand Centre
Hope Silas A., l 16, c 5, Dunham
Hulbert Henry, l 28, c 6, East Farnham
Humphrey Albert, l 23, c 9, Cowansville
Humphrey E., l 25, c 7, Cowansville
Hunt Miles, l 18, c 10, Pierceton
Hutchins Charles, l 18, c 10, Pierceton
Hutchins H. H., l 28, c 5, East Farnham
Hutchins John, l 16, c 5, Dunham
Hutchins Levi, l 18, c 10, Pierceton
Hutchins R. F., l 28, c 5, East Farnham
Ingalls Almond, l 1, c 6, Frelighsburg
Ingalls Charles, l 7, c 1, East Dunham
Ingalls David, l 8, c 2, East Dunham
Ingalls Harvey, l 18, c 1, Scottsmore
Ingalls James, l 8, c 2, East Dunham
Ingalls Jasper, l 1, c 6, Frelighsburg
Ingalls Loren, l 18, c 1, Scottsmore
Ingalls Milo, l 8, c 2, East Dunham
Ingalls Manley, l 26, c 5
Ingalls S. I., l 22, c 1 ,Sweetsburg
Ingalls W. S., l 1, c 7, Frelighsburg
Irving John, l 6, c 10, Dunham
Jacques G. C., l 27, c 5, Cowansville
Jassmain Francis, jun., l 20, c 10, Dunham
Jassmain Francis, sen., l 20, c 9, Dunham
Jassmain Joseph, l 21, c 10, Dunham
Jassmain Joseph, l 20, c 9, Dunham
Jassmain Joseph, l 26, c 8, Dunham
Jassmain Paul, l 19, c 10, Dunham
Jassmain Toussaint, l 13, c 6, Dunham
Jennie Gilbert, l 13, c 1, Dunham
Jennings W. F., sen., l 1 5, c 8, Dunham
Jennings W. F., l 25, c 5, Cowansville
Johnson Geo. W., l 3, c 1, East Dunham
Johnson Harvey, l 2, c 6, East Dunham
Johnson James, l 2, c 4, East Dunham
Johnson Stephen, l 2, c 2, East Dunham
Johnston Thomas, l 13, c 6, Dunham
Johnson W. H., l 2, c 4, East Dunham
Jolifou Mitchel, l 17, c 5, Dunham
Jones John, l 27, c 7, Cowansville
Jones Lafayette, l 23, c 2, Sweetsburg
Jones Michael, l 28, c 8, Farnham Centre
Julius Chas., l 25, c 5, Cowansville
Julius Levi, l 25, c 5, Cowansville
Julius William, l 25, c 5, Cowansville
Kathan E. W., l 28, c 2, West Brome
Katban Barton, l 27, c 2, Sweetsburg
Kearns Francis, l 17, c 6, Cowansville
Kearns James, l 26, c 6, Cowansville
Kearns Thomas, l 26, c 7, Cowansville
Kerley John, l 5, c 2, East Dunham
Kerley Michael, l 5, c 3, East Dunham
Kerley William, l 5, c 3, East Dunham
Kimball H. D., l 9, c 1, East Dunham
Kimball James J., l 10, c 1, East Dunham
King Basile, l 12, c 8, Dunham
King Charles, l 12, c 8, Dunham
King Charles, l 23, c 9, Dunham
King Samuel, l 23, c 8, Dunham
King Stephen, l 23, c 9, Dunham
Kirk Terence, l 12, c 1, East Dunham
Krans H. E., l 1, c 10, Frelighsburg
Labreche Joseph, l 29, c 9, Dunham
Lachambre Eusebe, l 28, c 4, Cowansville
Lampman Abram, l 25, c 5, Cowansville
Lapointe Julius, l 16, c 2, Scottsmore
Laravee Godfrey, l 16, c 8, Dunham
Laraway George, l 10, c 9, Dunham
Laraway George, l 11, c 9, Dunham
Laraway Jonas, l 12, c 9, Dunham
Laraway Rodney, l 11, c 9, Dunham
Laraway Wm., l 14, c 10, Dunham
Lareau Casimir, l 24, c 10, Farnham Centre
Larocque Peter, l 20, c 7, Dunham
Larose Joseph, l 12, c 5, Dunham
Lavery John, l 4, c 3, East Dunham
Lavery Joseph, l 4, c 3, East Dunham
Lavery Peter, l 4, c 3, East Durham
Leahey Stephen, l 13, c 10, Dunham
Leblanc Regis, l 21, c 10, St. Sebastien
Leduc Francis, l 20, c 10, Pierceton
Leduc Henry, l 26, c 5, Cowansville
Leduc William, l 20, c 10, Pierceton
Lee Edmond, l 15, c 1, Dunboro
Lee Joseph, l 10, c 5, Dunham
Lee William, l 15, c 4
Leggatt James, l 26, c 9, Farnham Centre
Leggatt John, l 13, c 9, Dunham
Leggatt Richard, 1 29, c 9, Farnham Centre
Lewis H. H., l 13, c 6, Dunham
Locke J. M., l 28, c 2, Sweetsburg
Lombard Joseph, l 25, c 10, Farnham Centre
Longeway B. A., l 10, c 7, Dunham
Longeway G. R., l 10, c 8, Dunham
Longeley Levi, l 14, c 3, Dunham
Malhiot Edward, Frelighsburg
Mandigo Amos, l 18, c 10, Pierceton
Mandigo Wm. S., l 20, c 1
Manhannak Fred., l 24, c 10, Farnham Centre
Manhannak John, l 26, c 10, Farnham Centre
Manhannak P., l 24, c 10, Farnham Centre
Manhannak T., l 25, c 10, Farnham Centre
Mann Geo. F., l 13, c 6, Dunham
Marcoux John, l 13, c 2, Dunboro
Marshall James, l 18, c 7, Dunham
Marshall James H., l 19, c 6, Dunham
Marshall Thomas, l 18, c 6, Dunham
Marshall Wilson, l 6, c 3, East Dunham
Martindale Wells, l 18, c 6, Cowansville
Mayo Henry, l 28, c 5, Cowansville
Mayotte Joseph, l 25, c 5, East Farnham
McCloy Alex., l 28, c 1, Sweetsburg
MeCloy James, l 23, c 4, Cowansville
McCullough James, l 5, c 1, East Dunham
McCutcheon Wm. S., l 17, c 3, Sweetsburg
McElroy James, l 12, c 8, Dunham
McElroy John, l 13, c 7, Dunham
McElroy Samuel, l 14, c 7, Dunham
McGarry John, l 13, c 4, Dunham
McGoveren Patrick, l 28, c 6, Cowansville
McGrath James, l 5, c 5, East Dunham
McGrath John, l 1, c 3, North Pinnacle
McLarty David, l 13, c 1, East Dunham
McLoughlin James, l 2, c 3, East Dunham
McLoughlin J. A., l 27, c 2, Sweetsburg
Meigs A. D., l 7, c 10, Stan bridge East
Metivier Francis, l 15, c 2, Dunboro
Miller Alexander, l 10, c 9, Dunham
Miller Edward, l 25, c 1, Sweetsburg
Miller George, l 7, c 6
Miller James, l 15, c 8, Dunham
Miltimore E. S., l 20, c 3, Scottsmore
Miltimore John C., l 21, c 2, Sweetsburg
Miltimore S. B., l 20, c 2, Sweetsburg
Moffatt Thomas, l 19, c 2
Molleur Alex., l 21, c 10, Farnham Centre
Molleur Israel, l 23, c 8, East Dunham
Morrison James, l 23, c 9, Farnham Centre
Noiseux Prudent, jun., l 19, c 8, Dunham
Noiseux Prudent, sen., l 18, c 8, Dunham
O’Brien John C, l 27, c 9, Farnham Centre
O’Brien Kennedy, l 17, c 1, Dunboro
O’Brien Michael, l 17, c 5
O’Brien Robert, l 17, c 7, Dunham
Officer David, l 1, c 1, North Pinnacle
O’Neill James, l 4, c 5, East Dunham
O’Neill Martin, l 3, c 6, East Dunham
Paquette Louis, l 1, c 9
Paquette Moses, l 1, c 9
Pashie Charles, l 13, c 2, Dunboro
Pashie Emanuel, l 14, c 3, Dunboro
Pashie Francis, l 12, c 3, Dunboro
Pell James G., l 3, c 8, Dunham
Perkins Henry, l 12, c 1, Dunboro
Perkins Johnson, l 9, c 1, East Dunham
Perkins Robert, l 9, c 2, East Dunham
Perkins William, l 7, c 4, East Dunham
Perry Henry, l 9, c 2
Pickering Thomas, l 1, c 7, Frelighsburg
Pickle Abram, l 27, c 1, Sweetsburg
Pigeon Jacques, l 6, c3, East Dunham
Ploof Selime, l 22, c 8, Dunham
Poitvin Baptiste, l 24, c 3
Poirier Nelson, l 13, c 4, Dunham
Powers Edward, l 27, c 10, Farnham Centre
Powers John, l 27, c 10, Farnham Centre
Pratt Thomas, l 15, c 10, Dunham
Primmerman Peter, l 27, c 9, Cowansville
Primmerman S., l 24, c 5, Cowansville
Quebec L., l 27, c 6
Quebec Maurice, l 21, c 7, Dunham
Racicot Eber, l 22, c 7, Dunham
Racicot Fred., l 17, c 6, Cowansville
Racicot Israel, l 20, c 5. Cowansville
Racicot Israel (2nd), l 21, c 7, Dunham
Racicot Louis, l 20, c 7, Dunham
Racine Joseph, l 14, c 6, Dunham
Raven Patrick, l 1, c 1, North Pinnacle
Raven William, l 1, c 1, North Pinnacle
Reid Abram, l 12, c 10
Reid H. R., l 14, c 10, Dunham
Reid Peter, l 12, c 10, Dunham
Reid Robert, l 28, c 9, Farnham Centre
Reington Alden, l 23, c 6, Cowansville
Robert Edward, l 7, c 9
Robinson James, l 8, c 1, East Dunham
Roe Patrick, l 17, c 10, Pierceton
Ross Edward, l 6, c 6, Dunham
Ross H. M., l 2, c 8, Frelighsburg
Ross Robert, l 27, c 4, Cowansville
Roystan George, l 3, c 5, East Dunham
Roystan Michael, l 15, c 3
Roystan Wm., l 14, c 3, Dunham
Rublee Herbert, l 9, c 6, Dunham
Rudd Henri, l 19, c 10, Pierceton
Ruiter Chester, l 17, c 8, Dunham
Ruiter Jas. J., l 26, c 5, Cowansville
Ruiter Philip, l 26, c 5, Sweetsburg
Russell H., l 1, c 9, Frelighsburg
Ryan David, l 13, c 6, Dunham
Rykerd Asa, l 5, c 9, Dunham
Sager Christian, l 25, c 7, Cowansville
Salsbury George, l 2, c 5, Frelighsburg
Sargeant Anson, l 27, c 9, Farnham Centre
Saunterre J. B., l 25, c 9, Farnham Centre
Schoolcraft C. A., l 26, c 10, Farnham Centre
Scott Eugene, l 17, c 2, Dunboro
Scott George L., l 21, c 1, Scottsmore
Scott F. E., l 20, c 1, Scottsmore
Scott Jedediah, l 21, c 1, Scottsmore
Scott Jonathan, l 23, c 8, Scottsmore
Scott Melvin N., l 19, c 1, Scottsmore
Scott Mervin D., l 21, c 1, Scottsmore
Scott Robert, l 12, c 3, Dunham
Scott R. M., l 27, c 3 (village) Dunham
Scribner H. F., l 27, c 9, Farnham Centre
Seeley Wm. B., l 17, c 6, Cowansville
Selby Joseph, l 3, c 3, East Dunham
Selby Thomas, l 7, c 3, East Dunham
Selby William E., l 4, c 4, East Dunham
Selby Jonathan, l 5, c 7, (village) Dunham
Shicer Thomas, l 8, c 1, East Dunham
Shufelt C. W., l 14, c 7
Shufelt G. A., l 22, c 1, Sweetsburg
Shufelt G. F., l 27, c 2, Sweetsburg
Shufelt Jacob, l 23, c 6, Cowansville
Shufelt Jacob, l 4, c 4, East Dunham
Shufelt John, l 25, c 5, Cowansville
Shufelt William, l 23, c 6, Cowansville
Shufelt Wm., l 5, c 1, East Dunham
Small James, l 14, c 5, Dunham
Smith Charles, l 23, c 8, Cowansville
Snider J. W., l 5, c 6, Dunham
Soule Charles E., l 14, c 6, Dunham
Soule Silas, l 14, c 6, Dunham
Spencer Ambrose, l 1, c 8, Frelighsburg
Springfield Robert, l 21, c 1
St. Aubin William, l 10, c 7, Dunham
Steele Daniel, l 6, c 1
Stephen Charles, l 14, c 5, Dunham
Stephen David, l 14, c 5, Dunham
Stephen John, l 14, c 5, Dunham
Stevens A. D., l 14, c 6, Dunham
Stevens Levi, l 9, c 6, Dunham
Stickney Charles, l 2, c 8, Frelighsburg
Stratford Joseph, l 23, c 10, Dunham
Sykes Samuel, l 9, c 8, Dunham
Sykes Wm., l 15, c 9, Dunham
Teel Christopher, l 26, c 6, Cowansville
Teel Cornelius, l 25, c 8, Cowansville
Teel Gilbert, l 24, c 7, Cowansville
Teel Jacob, l 23, c 7, Cowansville
Ten Eyck Andrew, l 4, c 10, Stanbridge East
Ten Eyck Henry, l 5, c 10, Stanbridge East
Tetreault Julius, l 23, c 10, Dunham
Tetreault Noel, l 14, c 6, Dunham
Tilson John, l 25, c 8, Cowansville
Tittemore Philip, l 24, c 1, Sweetsburg
Touchette Louis, jun., l 16, c 3, Sweetsburg
Touchette Louis, sen., l 15, c 2, Sweetsburg
Townshend J. M., l 8, c 5, East Dunham
Townshend J. N., l 8, c 8, Dunham
Traver Levi, l 8, c 9, Stanbridge East
Tree Caleb, l 10, c 10, Stanbridge East
Vail Allen, l 20, c 5, Frelighsburg
Vail Edmond, l 19, c 3, Cowansville
Vail Ira, l 17, c 4, Cowansville
Vail Micab, l 17, c 4, Cowansville
Van Antwerp George H., l 8, c 8, Dunham
Van Antwerp George R., l 8, c 8, Dunham
Van Antwerp James, l 8, c 8, Stanbridge East
Vance John, l 27, c 6, Cowansville
Vance Thomas, l 9, c 3, East Dunham
Vandyke Amos, l 12, c 9, Dunham
Wallace Dougal, l 20, c 3, Cowansville
Wales Hannibal, l 7, c 3, East Dunham
Wales Orlin, l 7, c 3, East Dunham
Watson E. L., l 10, c 7, Dunham
Watt John, l 25, c 9, Cowansville
Watt Robert, l 25, c 9, Cowansville
Watt Wm, jun., l 24, c 5, Cowansville
Watt Wm, sen, l 24, c 5, Cowansville
Webb George W., l 26, c 5, Cowansville
Webster Horace, l 26, c 1, Sweetsburg
Weightman John, l 23, c 4, Cowansville
Welch H. M., l 28, c 3, Cowansville
Welch S. M., l 27, c 2, Sweetsburg
Wells David, l 26, c 5, Cowansville
West E. W., l 19, c 4, Cowansville
Westover Albert, l 3, c 10, Frelighsburg
Westover Asa (2nd), l 1, c 9, Frelighsburg
Westover Asa, l 3, c 9, Frelighsburg
Westover Charles, l 6, c 6, Frelighsburg
Westover Daniel, l 2, c 9, Frelighsburg
Westover David, l 2, c 10, Frelighsburg
Westover D. W., l 1, c 6, Frelighsburg
Westover George, l 2, c 9, Frelighsburg
Westover John, l 13, c 1, East Dunham
Westover Marcellus, l 11, c 1, East Dunham
Wilkins George, l 4, c 9, Dunham
Wilkins Richard, l 4, c 6, Frelighsburg
Wilkins Thomas, l 4, c 6, Frelighsburg
Wilkinson Simon, l 15, c 6, Dunham
Williams Alex, l 1, c 3, East Dunham
Williams George C, l 24, c 1, Sweetsburg
Wilson Curtis, l 14, c 3, Dunboro
Wilson Levi, l 14, c 3, Dunboro
Wilson William, l 15, c 1, Dunboro
Wood Hon. Thomas, M.L.C., l 14, c 6, Dunham
Worden Charles, l 6, c 2, East Dunham
Worden Johnson, l 8, c 10, Stanbridge East
Wright James E., l 10, c 10, Stanbridge East

FARMERS’ DIRECTORY
TOWNSHIP OF STANBRIDGE,
GIVING THE LOT, CONCESSION AND POST OFFICE ADDRESS -
The post offices in the Township are Haseville, Lower Bedford, Mystic, North Stanbridge, Pierceton, Pike River, Riceburg, Stanbridge East, Stanbridge Ridge, Stanbridge Station, Stanbury and Upper Bedford.

All names not otherwise designated are those of farmers. The place following the concession is the post office address. Abbreviations used: c, concession; l, lot ; L Bedford, Lower Bedford; U Bedford, Upper Bedford.

Adams Mrs., widow, l 19, c 6, Mystic
Alcombrack Richard, l 6, c 7, L Bedford
Alden James, cheese manufacturer and farmer, l 20, c 2, Stanbury
Alexandre Abraham, l 7, c 11, Pike
Allaire Francois, l 9, c 10, Stanbridge Station
Allaire Pierre, l 9, c 9, Stanbridge Station
Allen Peter, l 8, c 8, Stanbridge Station
Alvany Michael, l 7, c 5, U Bedford
Atkinson William, l 18, c 7, Mystic
Audette J. B., l 4, c 11, Pike River
Baker Mrs. B., widow, l 2, c 4, Stanbridge Ridge
Barnes George, l 15, c 6, Mystic
Barron Francois, l 12, c 9, Stanbridge Station
Barsalou Pierre, l 28, c 6, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Batcheller Addison, l 10, c 7, L Bedford
Baxter George, trader, l 7, c 4, U Bedford
Beattie Andrew F., l 22, c 2, Stanbury
Beattie George, l 24, c 1, Farnham Centre
Beattie Harvey, farmer and saw mill owner, l 21, c 3, Stanbury
Beattie Porter, postmaster and farmer, l 24, c 2, Stanbury
Bechard Julien, l 13, c 8, Stanbridge Station
Bedford Joseph, l 23, c 9, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Bedford Noel, l 23, c 9, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Belanger Francois, l 6, c 5, U Bedford
Belanger J. B., l 21, c 9, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Belisle Alexandre, l 7, c 10, Pike River
Belisle J. B., l 17, c 7, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Beloin Moise, sen., l 11, c 8, Stanbridge Station
Benoit Benjamin, l 1, c 1, Stanbridge East
Benoit Damase, l 19, c 8, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Benoit Salime, l 14, c 9, Stanbridge Station
Berthiaume Antoine, l 11, c 5, U Bedford
Berthiaume Joseph, l 12, c 5, U Bedford
Bertrand Simon, l 16, c 5, North Stanbridge
Bessette Leon, l 28, c 9, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Best Thomas, l 20, c 3, North Stanbridge
Beurton Pierre, l 4, c 8, L Bedford
Bissonnette Joseph, l 24, c 4, North Stanbridge
Bissonnette Moise, l 19, c 9, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Black William, l 25, c 3, Stanbury
Blinn Charles E., l 3, c 1, Stanbridge East
Blinn Hiram C., l 4, c 1, Stanbridge East
Blinn Nathan M., l 3, c 2, Stanbridge East
Bockus Jeremiah E., l 21, c 6, Mystic
Bockus John J., l 23, c 7, Mystic
Bockus Judson, l 21, c 6, Mystic
Bockus Richmond, l 23, c 7, Mystic
Bockus Wellington, l 23, c —, Mystic
Boivin Exure, l 24, c 8, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Bonneau Jacques, l 28, c 9, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Bonneau Marcel, l 28, c 9, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Bonneville Joseph, l 24, c 8, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Boomhower Alonzo, l 16, c 5, Mystic
Boomhower Horatio, l 14, c 1, Pierceton
Boomhower James, l 22, c 6, Mystic
Boomhower Walter, l 14, c 1, Pierceton
Borden Mrs. James, widow, Stanbridge East
Borden Wait C., l 2, c 10, Stanbridge Station
Bouchard Ephrem, l 28, c 6, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Bouchard Jean, l 22, c 9, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Bouchard Joseph, l 19, c 8, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Bouchard Joseph, l 24, c 9, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Bouchard Louis, l 9, c 8, Stanbridge Station
Bouche Antoine, l 21, c 1, Pierceton
Bouche Napoleon, l 25, c 7, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Bouche Napoleon, l 25, c 8, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Boudreau Alphonse, l 23, c 5, North Stanbridge
Boudreau Joseph, l 23, c 5, North Stanbridge
Boudreau Pierre, l 23, c 5, North Stanbridge
Boudreau Pierre, l 26, c 9, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Boudreau Theodule, l 23, c 5, North Stanbridge
Bourgea Moise, l 15, c 8, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Bourgeois Julien, l 27, c 9, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Boyer Joseph, l 17, c 8, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Brault Cyrille, l 19, c 5, North Stanbridge
Brault Jules, farmer and bricklayer, l 23, c 1, Pierceton
Brault Laurent, l 11, c 9, Stanbridge Station
Brault Mrs. Olivier, widow, l 23, c 8, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Brault Pierre, l 14, c 8, Stanbridge Station
Brault William, l 14, c 8, Stanbridge Station
Brown George, l 5, c 9, Stanbridge Station
Brown James, l 21, c 6, Mystic
Bullis Martin, farmer and boatman, l 1, c 11, Pike River
Bullis Ralph, boatman and farmer, l 4, c 11, Pike River
Burnett James, l 12, c 1, Pierceton
Calvey Dan., l 6, c 7, Stanbridge Ridge
Campbell David, l 27, c 7, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Campbell Edward, l 26, c 7, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Campbell Emery, l 10, c 9, Stanbridge Station
Campbell Isaie, l 27, c 8, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Campbell Joseph, l 10, c 9, Stanbridge Station
Campbell Julien, l 26, c 7, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Campbell Narcisse, l 10, c 9, Stanbridge Station
Campbell Thomas, l 2, c 8, St. Armand Station
Capsey James H., l 14, c 6, Mystic
Carriere Mrs., widow, l 15, c 8, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Carter Joseph, l 3, c 8, Stanbridge Station
Carter Mrs., wid, l 21, c 1, Pierceton
Casey Benjamin, l 15, c 1, Pierceton
Chandler Cyril, lumber merchant and farmer, l 12, c 3, Riceburg
Chandler Joseph, l 13, c 3, Riceburg
Chandler Mrs. C., widow, l 2, c 12, Riceburg
Charland Paul, l 8, c 11, Pike River
Charpentier Alexis, l 28, c 9, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Charpentier Louis, l 27, c 9, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Charpentier Pierre, l 21, c 5, North Stanbridge
Charron Eugene, l 17, c 5, North Stanbridge
Chartier Israel, l 17, c 5, North Stanbridge
Chartier Joseph, l 18, c 5, North Stanbridge
Chevalier Joseph, l 20, c 9, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Chevalier J. B., l 21, c 8, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Chevalier Selime, l 20, c 9, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Chicoine John H., l 22, c 1, Pierceton
Chicoine Michel, l 23, c 1, Pierceton
Chilton George, l 4, c 9, Stanbridge Station
Choiniere Joseph, l 20, c 9, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Choiniere Narcisse, l 17, c 5, North Stanbridge
Christler Henry, l 20, c 2, Stanbury
Clafflin Gardner, l 19, c 1, Pierceton
Clayes George, l 9, c 6, L Bedford
Collins Timothy, l 20, c 1, Pierceton
Corey Caleb, Stanbridge East
Corey Henry G., l 6, c 4, Stanbridge Ridge
Corey John H., l 9, c 7, L Bedford
Corey Lindol, farmer and provincial land surveyor, l 7, c 4, Stanbridge Ridge
Corey Luther, J.P., l 4, c 3, Stanbridge Ridge
Corey Martin, l 6, c 7, L Bedford
Corey Matthew E., l 7, c 5, U Bedford
Corey Noble, l 4, c 3, Stanbridge Ridge
Corey Reuben, l 13, c 2, Riceburg
Coriveau Augustin, l 5, c 11, Pike River
Cote Charles, l 18, c 9, Malmaison
Cote Jean Baptiste, l 2, c 12, Pike River
Coulouatre J. B., l 28, c 7, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Couture Antoine, l 6, c 6, L Bedford
Couture Edouard, l 19, c 8, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Couture Julien, l 26, c 6, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Couture Laurent, l 6, c 11, Pike River
Couture Louis, l 19, c 8, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Couture Moise, l 21, c 8, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Creller Edward, l 3, c 5, L Bedford
Creller Jeremiah, l 2, c 5, L Bedford
Creller Rufus, l 2, c 6, L Bedford
Crothers Amos, l 1, c 10, Stanbridge Station
Crothers Robert, l 2, c 10, Stanbridge Station
Crothers Robert H., l 1, c 10, Stanbridge Station
Currie Horatio N., l 17, c 3, North Stanbridge
Cyr Joseph, l 10, c 6, Mystic
Daigneau Alexis, l 17, c 8, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Daigneau Alfred, l 15, c 7, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Daigneau Moise, l 15, c 7, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Dalphe Frederick, l 4, c 11, Pike River
Dalphe Moise, l 2, c 11, Pike River
Daudelin Abraham, l 24, c 1, Pierceton
Daudelin Alphonse, l 21, c 3, North Stanbridge
Daudelin David, l 24, c 1, Pierceton
Daudelin J. Bte., l 20, c 4, North Stanbridge
Daudelin Olivier, l 20, c 4, North Stanbridge
Daudelin Toussaint, l 25, c 1, Pierceton
Davis George, l 1, c 4, Stanbridge Ridge
Davis Mrs. N., widow, l 1, c 4, Stanbridge East
Davis William, l 2, c 4, Stanbridge Ridge
Desforges Abraham, l 15, c 8, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Deline Rodger, l 11, c 5, Riceburg
Demers Israel, l 7, c 11, Pike River
Demers J. Bte., l 19, c 6, Mystic
Depelteau Gilbert, l 19, c 9, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Depelteau Jean B., l 18, c 8, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Deragon Antoine, l 11, c 9, Stanbridge Station
Des Rivieres F. G., J.P., l 15, c 9, Malmaison
Dion Antoine, l 19, c 9, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Dion Elzear, l 20, c 9, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Dion Severe, l 19, c 9, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Dion Zephirin, l 18, c 9, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Douglas Miss Jane, l 10, c 7, Mystic
Douglas Mrs., widow, l 12, c 8, L Bedford
Duchaineau Emerie, l 7, c 10, Pike River
Duchaineau Jean B., l 8, c 10, Pike River
Duchaineau Joseph, l 8, c 9, Stanbridge Station
Dufresne Simeon, l 8, c 5, Stanbridge Ridge
Dunn Richard, l 17, c 6, Mystic
Dupont Delphis, l 13, c 9, Stanbridge Station
Dupont Vital, l 13, c 9, Stanbridge Station
Dupuis Alfred, l 4, c 11, Pike River
Durocher Venance, l 25, c 4, North Stanbridge
Eaton Edward H., l 9, c 2, Stanbridge East
Eden Ruben, l 14, c 7, Stanbridge Station
Edmunds James, l 11, c 6, L Bedford
Edmunds Robert N., l 11, c 6, L Bedford
Edoin Antoine, l 4, c 8, Stanbridge Station
Edoin Gilbert, l 4, c 8, Stanbridge Station
Edoin Vital, l 3, c 11, Pike River
Elliott John, l 18, c 1, Pierceton
Elliott Robert, l 19, c 1, Pierceton
Emond Louis, l 12, c 10, Pike River
Ewing Francis, l 14, c 10, Pike River
Ewing George W., l 10, c 10, Pike River
Fairfield Samuel, l 6, c 2, Stanbridge East
Falcon Dominique, l 7, c 11, Pike River
Favreau Louis, l 6, c 10, Pike River
Fisher Charles A., l 1, c 4, Stanbridge East
Fisher Orvil E., l 1, c 4, Stanbridge East
Fleming ALonzo, l 1, c 10, Pike River
Forgue Antoine, l 24, c 5, North Stanbridge
Forgue Isaie, l 24, c 5, North Stanbridge
Fortier J. Bte., l 21, c 9, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Fournier Charles, l 12, c8, Stanbridge Station
Fournier J. Bte., jun., l 23, c 8, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Fournier J. Bte., sen., l 8, c 12, Stanbridge Station
Fournier Napoleon, l 22, c 7, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Fraser William, l 13, c 10, Pike River
Gabroiault Amable, l 9, c 10, Pike River
Gabroiault Leon, l 28, c 7, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Gage Allan, l 15, c 1, Stanbridge East
Gage John, l 5, c 3, Stanbridge East
Gage Nathaniel, l 6, c 3, Stanbridge East
Galer Wm., l 24, c 3, North Stanbridge
Galipeau D., l 21, c 4, North Stanbridge
Galipeau Joseph, l 21, c 9, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Galipeau Noe, l 18, c C, Mystic
Galipeau Pierre, l 20, c 9, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Gamache Clement, l 18, c 9, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Gamache Francois, l 17, c 8, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Gamache Jos., l 7, c 2, Stanbridge East
Gamache Luc, l 22, c 7, Mystic
Gardner Cyrille, l 16, c 2, Riceburg
Gardner Morency, l 14, c 4, Riceburg
Gauthier Augustin, l 7, c 11, Pike River
Gauthier Timothe, l 7, c 11, Pike River
Gendreau Laurent, l 24, c 4, North Stanbridge
Gervais Leon, l 19-20, c 8, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Getty Alfred, l 19, c 1, Pierceton
Getty Ralph, l 12, c 1, Pierceton
Gibson Edwin, l 3, c 10, Pike River
Godin Pierre, l 16, c 8, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Gordon William H., l 10, c 3, Stanbridge East
Goudreau Dosithe, l 13, c 5, L Bedford
Goudreau Isaie, storekeeper and farmer, l 19, c 6, Mystic
Goudreau Joseph, Pike River
Goudreau Maurice, l 16, c 6, Mystic
Goulet Louis, l 20, c 6, Mystic
Goyette Marcil, l 8, c 11, Pike River
Granger Amable, l 13, c 8, Stanbridge Station
Granger Mathurin, l 13, c 8, Stanbridge Station
Guertin Theophile, l 18, c 6, Mystic
Guillotte Etienne, l 25, c 5, North Stanbridge
Guillotte Louis, l 18, c 6, Mystic
Guillotte Octave, l 21, c 5, North Stanbridge
Gustin Silas D., l 7, c 6, L Bedford
Hall John, l 13, c 1, Pierceton
Hall John J., l 17, c 1, Pierceton
Hamel Frederick, l 19, c 6, Mystic
Hamel Napoleon, l 17 and 18, c 8, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Hancock James, l 27, c 6, L Bedford
Harris Alonzo R., l 7, c 3, Stanbridge East
Harris Mervin M., l 7, c 3, Stanbridge East
Hase James, l 28, c 4, Haseville
Hase Thomas, l 28, c 3, Haseville
Hastings Heman A., l 5, c 8, Stanbridge Station
Hauver Benjamin, l 10, c 8, Stanbridge Station
Hauver Chester E., l 17, c 7, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Hauver Hiram, l 14, c 9, Stanbridge Station
Hauver John, l 3, c 6, L Bedford
Hauver Robert, l 19, c 7, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Hawkins Samuel, l 20, c 4, North Stanbridge
Hawley John, l 4, c 3, Stanbridge East
Hitchcock Peter, l 3 and 4, c 9, Stanbridge Station
Hebert Magloire, l 3, c 1, Stanbridge East
Hodge George, l 10, c 3, Stanbridge East
Hodge Lorenzo, l 18, c 7, Pierceton
Hodge William, l 10, c 2, Stanbridge East
Hogle A. D. F., l 2, c 9, Stanbridge Station
Holloway Thomas, l 5, c 2, Stanbridge East
Holmes William, l 4, c 7, L Bedford
Hungerford Homer H., farmer and wheelwright, l 1, c 9, Stanbridge
Hungerford Samuel, l 26, c 5, Haseville
Hunter David, l 24, c 3, Stanbury
Hunter John, l 24, c 2, Stanbury
Hunter Robert, l 28, c 2, Stanbury
Hutchins John, l 16, c 1, Pierceton
Irish Elias, l 17, c 3, Riceburg
Jameson James, l 19, c 3, Riceburg
Jenkins Byron, l 11, c 4, Riceburg
Jenkins Marcellus, l 11, c 4, Riceburg
Jenkins Prentice L., l 11, c 4, Riceburg
Johnson Charles, l 5, c 2, Stanbridge East
Johnson Dorwin, l 5, c 1, Stanbridge East
Johnson Edson S., l 5, c 2, Stanbridge East
Johnson Hadley, l 5, c 2, Stanbridge East
Johnson John W., l 11, c 2, Stanbridge East
Johnson Noah, l 2, c 1, Stanbridge East
Johnson Samuel, l 4, c 2, Stanbridge East
Johnson Theodore, mechanic, l 27, c 2, Riceburg
Jolin Hubert, painter, l 2, c 10, Stanbridge Station
Jones Andrew, l 1, c 5, L Bedford
Jones Edwin W., l 4, c 5, L Bedford
Jones George H., l 1, c 6, L Bedford
Jones Oscar S., l 8, c 2, Stanbury
Jones Thomas, 1 17, c 2, Pierceton
Juarre Edouard, l 16, c 7, Mystic
Juurre J. Bte., l 16, c 7, Mystic
Juarre Jean Marie, l 16, c 7, Mystic
Juarre Moise, l 16, c 7, Mystic
Kennedy George, l 26, c 2, Stanbridge East
Kennedy Lester, l 27, c 3, North Stanbridge
Kennedy William, l 26, c 2, Stanbury
Keroack Louis, l 10, c 8, Stanbridge Station
Knight David B., l 10, c 4, Stanbridge East
Knight Edmund C., l 9, c 4, Stanbridge East
Knight Page, l 23, c 2, Stanbridge East
Labrecque Pierre, l 27, c 5, North Stanbridge
Lachapelle Olivier, l 3, c 11, Pike River
Lacoste Leon, l 16, c 8, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Lacoste Wilfred, l 21, c 8, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Lafleur Seraphin, l 19, c 6, Mystic
Lafontaine Sylvestre, l 5, c 4, Stanbridge East
Lagasse Pierre, l 8, c 11, Pike River
Lague Joseph, l 22, c 9, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Lamothe Jean B., l 5, c 10, Pike River
Lamothe Louis, l 6, c 10, Stanbridge Station
Lamoureux Francois, l 21, c 4, North Stanbridge
Lamoureux Hubert, l 22, c 4, North Stanbridge
Lamoureux Michel, l 22, c 4, North Stanbridge
Lamoureux Napoleon, l 23, c 4, North Stanbridge
Lamoureux Vital, jun., l 22, c4, North Stanbridge
Lamoureux Vital, l 26, c 4, North Stanbridge
Landry J. Bte., l 16, c 7, Mystic
Landry Julien, l 11, c 8, Stanbridge Station
Landry Louis, l 8, c 9, Stanbridge Station
Lanier Berthelami, l 5, c 9, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Lanier Selime, l 25, c 9, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Lanoue Joseph, l 23, c 8, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Lanoue Medard, l 22, c 8, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Lapointe J. Bte., l 10, c 10, Pike River
Lapointe Louis, l 8, c 8, Stanbridge Station
Laporte Joseph, l 20, c 5, North Stanbridge
Lareau Antoine, l 4, c 11, Pike River
Lareau Francois, l 3, c 1 1, Pike River
Lareau Joseph, l 21, c 9, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Lareau J. Bte., l 3, c 11, Pike River
Lareau Selime, l 22, c 9, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Larochelle Joseph Isaie, l 5, c 10, Pike River
Larochelle Paul, l 17, c 8, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Lebeau Joseph, l 13, c 8, Stanbridge Station
Leduc Avila, l 9, c 8, L Bedford
Lefort Honore, l 19, c 5, North Stanbridge
Lefort Joseph, l 19, c 5, North Stanbridge
Leggett James, l 28, c 1, Pierceton
Lent David, l 11, c 5, Riceburg
Lord Isrum, l 7, c 11, Pike River
Malhiot Joseph, l 19 and 20, c 8, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Marchesseau Francois, l 15, c 8, Stanbridge Station
Marier Narcisse, l 4, c 11, Pike River
Martin Henry, l 5, c 7, L Bedford
Martin Jonas, l 5, c 7, L Bedford
Martin Richard, l 7, c 6, L Bedford
Martin Rufus, l 6, c 7, L Bedford
Martindale A., l 3, c 4, Stanbridge East
Martindale A., l 10, c 7, Stanbridge Ridge
Martindale Ari, l 5, c 4, Stanbridge Ridge
Martindale Azro, l 3, c 3, Stanbridge Ridge
Martindale Chester W., l 3, c 3, Stanbridge Ridge
Martindale Curtis, l 4, c 4, Stanbridge Ridge
Martindale Florian, piano and organ agent, l 7, c 4, Stanbridge Ridge
Martindale Hiram, l 3, c 4, Stanbridge Ridge
Martindale John, l 4, c 4, Stanbridge Ridge
Martindale Noble, l 3, c 4, Stanbridge Ridge
McAleer Barney, l 7, c 7, L Bedford
McAleer John, l 7, c 7, L Bedford
McAleer Joseph, school teacher and farmer, l 7, c 6, L Bedford
McAleer Reynolds, l 8, c 6, L Bedford
McCabe John, l 26, c 3, Stanbury
McCarty Henry, l 7, c 8, Stanbridge Station
McCarty Lester, l 6, c 9, Stanbridge Station
McCarty Ralph, l 1, c 9, Stanbridge Station
McGarry Peter, l 3, c 7, L Bedford
McGovern Patrick, l 8, c 4, Stanbridge Ridge
Mcintosh John, laborer, l 13, c 3, Riceburg
McNamara Edward, l 6, c 4, Stanbridge East
Meladay John F., l 18, c 4, North Stanbridge
Melady[?] Philip, farmer and pedlar, l 18, c 4, North Stanbridge
Messier Edouard, l 19 and 20, c 8, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Messier Francois, l 19 and 20, c 8, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Messier Joseph, l 15, c 8, Stanbridge Station
Messier Louis, l 19 and 20, c 8, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Methee Moise, l 12, c 9, Stanbridge Station
Methee Mrs. J. Bte., widow, l 11, c 9, Stanbridge Station
Metivier Hebert, l 5, c 11, Pike River
Miller Bethuel, l 7, c 8, Stanbridge Station
Miller Charles, l 12, c 10, Pike River
Miller George, l 14, c 10, Pike River
Miller Luke, l 14, c 10, Pike River
Molleur Alfred, l 4, c 12, Pike River
Molleur Joseph, l 4, c 12, Pike River
Molleur Pierre, l 6, c 10, Pike River
Molleur Regis, l 7, c 11, Pike River
Molleur Theodore, l 4, c 11, Pike River
Monaghan Francis, sen., l 1, c 2, Stanbridge East
Monaghan James, l 4, c 2, Stanbridge East
Monaghan Matthew, l 3, c 2, Stanbridge East
Montle Chauncey, l 7, c 9, Stanbridge Station
Montle James Melvin, l 6, c 9, Stanbridge Station
Montle John F., l 7, c 9, Stanbridge Station
Montplaisir Joseph, l 28, c 3, Haseville
Moore Robert, l 1, c 6, L Bedford
Moquin Israel, l 21, c 9, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Moquin Raphael, l 14, c 4, Stanbridge Station
Morgan Edward, jun., l 4, c 9, Stanbridge Station
Morgan Edward J., l 1, c 9, Stanbridge Station
Morin Etienne, l 21, c 8, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Morin John G., l 11, c 5, L Bedford
Morin Treffle, l 22, c 9, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Morris John, l 25, c 7, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Morris William, l 24, c 7, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Murray James, blacksmith, l 7, c 4, Stanbridge East
Neveu Moise, l 3, c 8, Stanbridge Station
Noel Christophe, l 23, c. 9, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Noel Francois, l 23, c 9, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Noel Joseph, l 23, c 9, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Normandin Isaie, l 25, c 8, St. Charles de Stanbridge
O’Dell John H., brick maker and farmer, l 8, c 2, Stanbridge East
O’Dell Luke M., l 7, c 1, Stanbridge East
O’Dell Wm. A., l 7, c 1, Stanbridge East
Olly John, laborer, l 4, c 4, Stanbridge East
Page Parker, l 18, c 6, Mystic
Palmer Lyman K., carriagemaker and farmer, l 8, c 2, Stanbridge East
Paquette Edouard, l 17, c 5, North Stanbridge
Paradis Charles, l 26, c 7, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Pariseau Pierre, l 15, c 9, Stanbridge Station
Patenaude J. Bte., l 24, c 7, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Pendleberry George, l 27, c 2, Stanbury
Pendleberry James, l 14, c 6, Mystic
Pepin J. Bte., mason, l 17, c 5, North Stanbridge
Percy Francis, jun., l 11, c 11, Pike River
Percy James, l 10, c 10, Pike River
Perrault Michel, l 28, c 6, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Perreault Miles, l 5, c 8, L Bedford
Perrault Peter, l 5, c 7, L Bedford
Perry Harlow, l 12 and 13, c 2, Riceburg
Perry Horace, l 12, c 2, Riceburg
Perry John, l 12 and 13, c 2, Riceburg
Phaneuf David, l 26, c 7, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Phelps A, D., l 17, c 4, North Stanbridge
Phelps J. W., l 6, c 2, Stanbridge East
Phelps John B., l 10, c 10, Pike River
Pinkham Charles, Stanbridge East
Pinsonneault Theophile, l 18, c 7, Mystic
Plante Basile, l 21, c 9, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Plante Filias, l 25, c 6, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Plante Francois, miller and farmer, l 20, c 9, Malmaison
Plante Henry, l 21, c 5, North Stanbridge
Plante Henry, l 21, c 5, North Stanbridge
Poirier Benoni, l 25, c 7, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Poirier Joseph, l 10, c 5, L Bedford
Poirier J. Bte., l 27, c 7, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Poirier J. Bte., jun., l 10, c 5, L Bedford
Poirier J. Bte., sen., l 14, c 8, Stanbridge Station
Poirier Marcel, l 9, c 10, Pike River
Poissant Desire, l 4, c 10, Pike River
Poissant Marcil, l 1, c 11, Pike River
Porter Frank, laborer, l 18, c 3, North Stanbridge
Porter William, l 28, c 2, Stanbury
Powers George, l 2, c 7, L Bedford
Pratt Charles, l 20, c 1, Pierceton
Primmerman George, l 2, c 6, L Bedford
Proctor Charles J., l 16, c 7, Mystic
Prevost William, l 28, c 5, North Stanbridge
Provost Leon, l 21, c 9, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Rabidoux Epiphane, l 5, c 2, Stanbridge East
Racine Alexis, l 16, c 7, Mystic
Racine Edouard, l 25, c 9, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Racine Isaie, l 16, c 7, Mystic
Rainville Felix, l 27, c 9, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Rainville Timothe, l 22, c 9, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Raymond Joseph, l 28, c 5, North Stanbridge
Reid James, l 20, c 6, Mystic
Reid Joseph, l 12, c 3, Riceburg
Remillard Alexandre, l 22, c 7, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Remillard Hubert, l 24, c 9, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Reynolds Emerson J., l 14, c 2, Riceburg
Reynolds Rodney C., l 1, c 7, L Bedford
Rhicard David H., l 4, c 13, Stanbridge East
Rhicard Josephus, l 6, c 4, Stanbridge Ridge
Rhicard Samuel F., farmer and butcher, l 8, c 2, Stanbridge East
Rice A. W. C., farmer, grist and saw mill owner, l 2, c 10, Pike River
Robert Antoine, l 18, c 5, North Stanbridge
Robert Cyrille, l 27, c 7, North Stanbridge
Robert Felix, l 19, c 4, North Stanbridge
Robert Maxime, l 23, c 9, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Robinson William, l 24, c 1, Pierceton
Robinson William G., l 25, c 1, Pierceton
Rocheleau Damase, l 2, c 10, Pike River
Rocheleau Francois, l 2, c 11, Pike River
Rocheleau Henri, l 3, c 11, Pike River
Rocheleau Hubert, l 9, c 10, Pike River
Rocheleau Joseph, l 5, c 10, Pike River
Rocheleau Louis, l 4, c 10, Pike River
Rocheleau Pierre, l 4, c 10, Pike River
Rogers —, l 12, c 3, Riceburg
Roders [? Rogers] William, l 14, c 2, Riceburg
Rolland Francois, l 10, c 7, L Bedford
Ross William, North Stanbridge
Roussel Edouard, l 22, c 9, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Roussel Moise, l 23, c 9, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Russell Alfred, l 11, c 4, North Stanbridge
Russell Alfred K., l 11, c 3, Riceburg
Russell Edward, l 21, c 4, North Stanbridge
Russell Ernest, l 21, c 4, North Stanbridge
Russell George, farmer and butcher, l 12, c 6, Riceburg
Russell Hamilton, l 1, c 12, Pike River
Russell Jeremiah, l 15, c 3, Riceburg
Safford John, l 7, c 2, Stanbridge East
Samson Joseph, l 24, c 7, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Sanderson David, l 17, c 2, Pierceton
Sargent Benjamin, l 18, c 1, Pierceton,
Sawyer Andrew, l 15, c 5, North Stanbridge
Sawyer Joseph, l 18, c 3, North Stanbridge
Sawyer Robert, l 18, c 3, North Stanbridge
Scagel Anson, Stanbridge East
Scagel Jacob, l 12, c 3, Riceburg
Schoolcraft James, l —, c 7, L Bedford
Schoolcraft Myron, l 19, c 4, North Stanbridge
Schoolcraft Silas, l 19, c 2, Stanbury
Scott Freeman, l 27, c 3, Haseville
Scott William W., l 26, c 4, Haseville
Senesac Levi, l 3, c 11, Pike River
Shelters Alden F., l 5, c 9, Stanbridge Station
Shelters Alonzo, l 5, c 8, L Bedford
Shelters Allen, l 4, c 7, L Bedford
Shelters Ashley, l 5, c 7, L Bedford
Shelters Hanibal, l 6, c 7, L Bedford
Short Charles, l 23, c 2, Stanbury
Short Henry Martin, l 23, c 2, Stanbury
Simard J. Bte., l 19, c 4, North Stanbridge
Skeels Mrs. Alfred, widow, l 10, c 8, L Bedford
Smith Addison, l 13, c 5, L Bedford
Smith Albert, l 13, c 5, L Bedford
Smith Harvey, l 25, c 2, Pierceton
Smith Herbert H., l 25, c 2, Pierceton
Smith Joseph, l 19, c 4, North Stanbridge
Smith Loftus J., l 24, c 3, North Stanbridge
Smith Luther L., l 11, c 10, Pike River
Smith Marvin, l 13, c 6, L Bedford
Snyder Lastin, farmer, cheese manufacturer, president Missisquoi County Agricultural Society, l 3, c 8, L
Bedford
Sornberger Rodney, l 8, c 4, Stanbridge East
Sornberger Samuel H., l 8, c 4, Stanbridge East
Soles Alvin, l 11, c 4, Riceburg
Soles Timothy, l 11, c 4, Riceburg
Spear Henry, l 13, c 10, Pike River
Spears Joel E., farm laborer, l 18, c 1, Pierceton
Spoor Morey, l 27, c 3, Haseville
Stanley Frederick M., l 11, c 5, Riceburg
Stanton Gardner G., l 1, c 3, Stanbridge Ridge
Stanton William, l 1, c 3, Stanbridge Ridge
Steel Daniel, l 23, c 3, Stanbury
Stevens Andrew, l 13, c 7, L Bedford
Stevens Ariel, l 12, c 7, L Bedford
Stinehour William, l 12, c 7, L Bedford
Stokham Alfred, l 3, c 9, Stanbridge Station
Stockwell Calvin, l 18, c 1, Pierceton
Stockwell Moses, l 20, c 2, Stanbury
Stone A. M., postmaster, farmer and insurance agent, l 16, c 4, North Stanbridge
Stone Charles C., l 17, c 6, Mystic
Stone Leonard, l 18, c 4, North Stanbridge
St. Denis Pierre, l 19 and 20, c 8, St. Charles de Stanbridge
St. Jean Joseph, l 16, c 1, Pierceton
Suggett George, l 15, c 5, Mystic
Sweet David V., l 18, c 2, Pierceton
Sweet Major, l 18, c 2, Pierceton
Sweet Wilmot, l 11, c 3, Riceburg
Taylor Eldrid J., l 5, c 6, L Bedford
Taylor Roger, l 22, c 3, Stanbury
Taylor Smith, l 21, c 2, Stanbury
Taylor William, l 5, c 6, L Bedford
Ten Eyck Henry, l 1, c 4, Stanbridge East
Tetreault Antoine, l 24, c 9, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Tetreault Richard, l 24, c 9, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Therien Eusebe, l 8, c 8, Stanbridge Station
Therien Joseph, l 8, c 24, Pike River
Therien Lazaire, l 8, c 10, Pike River
Therien Pierre, l 18, c 9, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Thibeault David, l 21, c 5, North Stanbridge
Thibeault Narcisse, l 21, c 7, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Thompson John, l 14, c 3, North Stanbridge
Thompson William, l 14, c 4, North Stanbridge
Thuot Louis, l 14, c 9, Stanbridge Station
Titus Paul D., l 1, c 1, Stanbridge East
Tougas Alexis, l 7, c 11, Pike River
Tougas Alexis, l 8, c 10, Pike River
Tougas Ambroise, l 14, c 8, Stanbridge Station
Tougas Hilaire, l 4, c 11, Pike River
Tougas Julien, l 7, c 10, Pike River
Tree Daniel C., l 11, c 2, Stanbridge East
Tree George, l 11, c 2, Stanbridge East
Truax Leonard, l 24, c 3, Stanbury
Truax Richard, l 23, c 4, Haseville
Tucker Danl, l 11, c 1, Stanbridge East
Tucker Henry, l 11, c 1, Stanbridge East
Unwin John, l 11, c 6, U Bedford
Unwin John I., l 11, c 6, U Bedford
Unwin William, l 11, c 5, U Bedford
Vanantwerp James, l 4, c 2, Stanbridge East
Vance Thomas, l 7, c 4, Stanbridge Ridge
Vaughan David, l 2, c 4, Stanbridge East
Vaughan David, l 17, c 6, Mystic
Vaughan David Nelson, l 19, c 5, Mystic
Vaughan Edwin, l 24, c 7, Mystic
Vaughan John, l 24, c 7, Mystic
Vaughan Rodger, l 25, c 5, Mystic
Wanzer Moses, l 12, c 6, Mystic
Watson Charles, l 20, c 7, Mystic
Watson Charles E., l 28, c 7, Mystic
Watson David, l 12, c 6, Mystic
Watson John, l 21, c 7, Mystic
Welch Frank, l 12, c 3, Riceburg
Welch Joseph, l 12, c 4, Riceburg
Wells Hale, l 5, c 4, Stanbridge Ridge
Wells William, l 5, c 4, Stanbridge Ridge
Westover Albert, l 1, c 1, Stanbridge Ridge
Westover Wm., l 9, c l, Stanbridge East
Whitman C., l 26, c 1, Pierceton
Whitman Henry Nelson, l 3, c 1, Stanbridge East
Whitman Noah, l 21, c 1, Pierceton
Whitman Zeno V., l 3, c 1, Stanbridge East
Wightman Thomas, l 13, c 2, Riceburg
Wightman William, l 2,c3, Stanbridge East
Wilson George, teamster and farmer, 1 11, c 6, L Bedford
Wright James E., l 11, c 1, Stanbridge East

FARMERS’ DIRECTORY OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF THE WEST PART OF THE PARISH OF NOTRE DAME DES ANGES DE STANBRIDGE IN THE SEIGNIORY OF SABREVOIS, GIVING THE POST OFFICE ADDRESS.

All names, not otherwise designated, are those of farmers. The place following the name is the post office address. There are no post offices in this municipality; the nearest are St. Charles de Stanbridge, Malmaison and Pike River.

Alexandre David, J. P., Malmaison
Alexandre Napoleon, Malmaison
Baker William, Malmaison
Bechard Joseph, Malmaison
Blakely Edward, Pike River
Bouchard Joseph, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Bouchard J. Bte., St. Charles de Stanbridge
Boudreau Antoine, Malmaison
Boudreau Joseph, Malmaison
Boudreau Pierre, Malmaison
Bourdon George, laborer, Malmaison
Breault Julien, Malmaison
Burnell C. A., Pike River
Christien Alarie, laborer, Malmaison
Cote Charles, Malmaison
Cote Paul, Malmaison
Cote Pierre, Malmaison
Cote Timothe, Malmaison
Courtemanche Alfred, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Courtemanche Jeremie, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Crothers James, farmer, saw mill owner, lumber merchant and mayor of the Municipality, Malmaison
Dagesse Julien, jun., Malmaison
Dagesse Julien, sen., Malmaison
Dandurand Germain, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Dandurand J. Bte., St. Charles de Stanbridge
Dandurand Treffle, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Duquette Hypolite, Malmaison
Duquette Jacques, jun., Malmaison
Duquette Joseph, Malmaison
Farrell John, Malmaison
Farrell William, Malmaison
Fraser William, Pike River
Galipeau Alphonse, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Galipeau Charles, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Galipeau Jules, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Galipeau Pierre, jun., St. Charles de Stanbridge
Galipeau Pierre, sen., St. Charles de Stanbridge
Gazaille Charles, Malmaison
Giboleau Edouard, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Goudreau Thomas, Malmaison
Hamel Flavien, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Hanigan David, merchant, Malmaison
Hanigan John, Malmaison
Hanigan Patrick, Malmaison
Hanigan William, merchant, Malmaison
Hebert Pierre, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Hebert Sobel, Malmaison
Labrecque Pierre, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Lafrenais Gardien, merchant, Malmaison
Laplante David, Malmaison
Laplante George, Malmaison
Laplante Moise, Malmaison
Lareau Joseph, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Leblanc David, Malmaison
Leblanc Joseph, Malmaison
Lebrecque Ambroise, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Lord Moise, Malmaison
Menard Bernard, laborer, Malmaison
Menard Zephirin, laborer, Malmaison
Morin Francois, jun., St. Charles de Stanbridge
Morin Francois, sen., St. Charles de Stanbridge
Nolin Edouard, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Perreault Michel, jun., St. Charles de Stanbridge
Perreault Michel, sen., retired, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Poirier Alarie, Malmaison
Poirier Joseph, Malmaison
Poirier Olivier, retired, Malmaison
Polander Napoleon, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Provost Toussaint, Malmaison
Racine Edouard, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Roussel Edouard, St. Charles de Stanbridge
Senesac Joseph, jun., Malmaison
Senesac Joseph, sen., Malmaison
Simard Narcisse, Malmaison
Spears Henry, Pike River
Therien Alexandre, laborer, Malmaison
Therien Joseph, laborer, Malmaison
Therien Pierre, merchant, Malmaison
Wehr Charles, Malmaison

FARMERS’ DIRECTORY OF THE PARISH OF ST. ARMAND EAST, GIVING THE NAME, LOT AND POST OFFICE ADDRESS -
The Parish is divided by an imaginary line running north and south, six miles being west, and four east of this line, from which lots are numbered west and east respectively. The post offices in the Parish are Abbott’s Corner, Frelighsburg, North Pinnacle and St. Armand Centre. The name of the village following name and lot is the post office address.

All names not otherwise designated are those of farmers. Abbreviations used : E, east; l, lot; w, west.

Abbott E. B., l 6 e, Abbott’s Corner
Abbott Mrs. Chauncey C., widow, I 5 e, Abbott’s Corner
Allen Herman (2nd), l 11 w, Frelighsburg
Ames Asel, laborer, l 46 e, Abercorn
Ano Joseph, laborer, l 12 e, Abbott’s Corner
Arms J. R., l 47 e, Abercorn
Arms Morey D., l 45 e, Richford, U.S.
Arms M. L., l 45 e, Abercorn
Arms rev. A. L., l 45 e, Abercorn
Armstrong Alexander, l 1 e, Abbott’s Corner
Ashton J. B., laborer, l 41 w, Frelighsburg
Ayer G. W., l 17 w, Frelighsburg
Barnes Vinten, postmaster, l 42 e, North Pinnacle
Barnum R. R., l 7 e, Abbott’s Corner
Benoit A., l 16 w, Frelighsburg
Benoit Antoine, l 21 w, Frelighsburg
Benoit John, laborer, l 10 w, Frelighsburg
Benoit Levi, l 19 w
Bomhour Nelson, laborer, l 75 w, Pigeon Hill
Bridge A. E., l 4 e, Abbott’s Corner
Bridge E. W., l 25 w, Frelighsburg
Bridge O. E., l 23 w, Frelighsburg
Bridge S. R., l 26 w, Frelighsburg
Brooks Charles H., l 24 e, Abbott’s Corner
Burley A. H., plasterer, l 77 w. Pigeon Hill
Burley Stephen, plasterer and farmer, l 77 w, Pigeon Hill
Burns G., l 53 e, North Pinnacle
Calhoun R. A., l 52 e, North Pinnacle
Calhoun Wm. J., l 8 w, Frelighsburg
Callaghan Arthur, l 66 w, Frelighsburg
Callaghan Wm., l 66 w, Frelighsburg
Carpenter Edwin, l 5 e, Abbott’s Corner
Carpenter Mrs. E. M., widow, postmistress, l 4 e, Abbott’s Corner
Chadburn George, l 3 e, Abbott’s Corner
Chadburn G. E., bailiff, preventive officer and farmer, l 30 e, North Pinnacle
Chadsey H. E., carriage maker and farmer, l 53 w, Frelighsburg
Chamberlin J., M.D., and farmer, l 18 w, Frelighsburg
Chamberlin N. K., l 34 w, Frelighsburg
Claire Robert, miller, l 42 w, Frelighsburg
Clapper John, l 51 w, St Armand Centre
Clark A. B., l 21 e, Frelighsburg
Clark A. W., l 21 e, Frelighsburg
Clark Alva M., l 21 e, Frelighsburg
Clark Hamilton, l 49 e, Abercorn
Clark Hanson, l 34 e, Richford, U. S.
Clark Mrs. J., widow, l 45 e, Richford, U. S.
Cleveland W. W., l 21 e, Frelighsburg
Colton James, l 28 w, Frelighsburg
Comstock E. M., l 47 e, Abercorn
Comstock H. S., l 4 e, Abbott’s Corner
Cook C. A., laborer, l 17 e, Abbott’s Corner
Cook Stephen E., laborer, l 16 e, Abbott’s Corner
Copeland James, laborer, l 8 w, Frelighsburg
Cote John, shoemaker, l 45 e, Richford, U.S.
Courtemanche Joseph, l 24 e, Abbott’s Corner
Courtemanche Joseph, laborer, l 9 w, Frelighsburg
Courtemanche Joseph, laborer, l 21 w, Frelighsburg
Cowan Bennet, l 53 e. North Pinnacle
Cowan Henry, l 5i e. North Pinnacle
Crawford Mrs. J., widow, l 54 e, North Pinnacle
Cummings Henry, l 8 e, Frelighsburg
Cyr David, l 17 w, Frelighsburg
Dallas Robert, l 2 w, Abbott’s Corner
Davis W. H., l 11 e, Frelighsburg
Dean Calvin, l 70 w, St. Armand Station
Demarrer Peter, laborer, 1 49 w, St. Armand Centre
Deming Alpheus, l 20 e, North Pinnacle
Deming C. A., l 20 e, Frelighsburg
Deming M. J., J.P., l 20 e, North Pinnacle
Demore Peter, blacksmith, l 60 w, St. Armand Centre
Dow John, laborer, l 43 w, Frelighsburg
Draper Benjamin, l 35 w, Frelighsburg
Ducharme Paschal, laborer, l 65 w, Frelighsburg
Dunning B. B., retired, l 29 w, Frelighsburg
Dwyer Mrs. P., widow, l 4 e, Abbott’s Corner
Eccles S. B., l 56 w, St. Armand Centre
Ferres J. T., carpenter, l 19 e, North Pinnacle
Ferres J. W., l 19 e, North Pinnacle
Freeal Peter, laborer, l 44 w, Frelighsburg
Freman Otis, l 19 w, Frelighsburg
Gareauon Paul, l 21 w, Frelighsburg
Gibney Thomas, l 46 e, Abercorn
Gibson Charles, l 47 e, North Pinnacle
Giddings Thomas, laborer, l 42 e, North Pinnacle
Gilman B., laborer, I 35 e, Abercorn
Glidden Benjamin, laborer, l 49 w, St. Armand Centre
Godin Jules, laborer, l 31 w, Frelighsburg
Goodhue Francis, l 24 w, Frelighsburg
Goodhue Joseph, l 4 e, Abbott’s Corner
Goodhue Lewis, l 23 e, Abbott’s Corner
Goodhue Peter, l 3 e, Abbott’s Corner
Goodre Alphonse, laborer, l 56 w, St. Armand Centre
Goyette Joseph, l 27 w, Frelighsburg
Green Gardner, l 50 w, St. Armand Centre
Grice R. S., l 3 w, Frelighsburg
Grice W. R., l 3 w, Frelighsburg
Hagan John, l 12 w, Frelighsburg
Hagan William, l 12 w, Frelighsburg
Harvey Bernard, retired, l 44 e, North Pinnacle
Harvey Edward, l 44 e, North Pinnacle
Harvey E. L., l 14 e, Abbott’s Corner
Hazard Nelson, l 48 e, Abercorn
Hibbard Ashley, railroad contractor, l 13 w, Frelighsburg
Hibbard H. H., l 14 e, Abbott’s Corner
Hibbard H. L., l 16 e, Abbott’s Corner
Hibbard Mrs. B. J., widow, l 16 e, Abbott’s Corner
Holden A., l 46 w, St. Armand Centre
Holden E. A., l 29 w, Frelighsburg
Holden Orrin, l 47 w, St. Armand Centre
Holden Rodney, l 29 w, Frelighsburg
Hope Miss Harriet, l 4 e, Abbott’s Corner
Hunt Mrs. L., widow, l 68 w, St. Armand Centre
Hunter Rodney, carpenter, l 42 w, Frelighsburg
Hunter S. N., woollen mill and farmer, l 42 w, Frelighsburg
Ingalls A. J., l 11 w, Frelighsburg
Ingalls Edmund, l 5 w, Frelighsburg
Ingalls E. A., carpenter, l 35 e, Richford, U.S.
Ingalls Homer, marble works, l 10 w, Frelighsburg
Ingalls Horace, l 49 e, Abercorn
Ingalls Mrs. J., widow, l 35 e, Abercorn
Irish Jed., blacksmith, l 42 w, Frelighsburg
Janes Isaac, retired, l 25 e, Abbott’s Corner
Janes I. N., l 25 e, Abbott’s Corner
Jenne George C., l 20 e, North Pinnacle
Jenne L. D., l 43 e, North Pinnacle
Jenne Norman H., l 9 e, Frelighsburg
Johnson Edwin, l 76 w, Pigeon Hill
Johnson Lewis, l 52 e, North Pinnacle
Kirkpatrick Robert, foreman, l 18 w, Frelighsburg
Knapp Mrs. J., widow, l 21 w, Frelighsburg
Krans Charles, l 54 w, Frelighsburg
Krans G. L., l 55 w, Frelighsburg
Krans John, l 43 w, Frelighsburg
Krans P. H., saw mill and farmer, l 54 w, Frelighsburg
Labare Alex., laborer, l 59 w, St. Armand Centre
Labare Francois, carder, l 42 w, Frelighsburg
Labare Justice, laborer, l 52 w, St Armand Centre
Lafranier J., laborer, l 38 w, St Armand Centre
Lagrange Isaac, cancer doctor, l 43 w, Frelighsburg
Lagrange M. L., fuller, I 43 w, Frelighsburg
Lamoure J. S., l 33 w, Frelighsburg
Lapointe John, laborer, l 31 w, Frelighsburg
Leavitt Levi, l 6 w, Frelighsburg
L’Ecuyer Loren, carriagemaker, l 10 w, Frelighsburg
Lee James D., l 4 w, Frelighsburg
Litno Peter H., blacksmith, l 10 w, Frelighsburg
Macey, E. B., carpenter, l 4 e, Abercorn
Macey J. W., l 33 e, Frelighsburg
Macey L. F., l 2 e, Abbott’s Corner
Metevier Joseph, laborer, l 45 e, Richford, U. S.
McDonald Jeremiah, l 55 e, North Pinnacle
McDermott Michael, l 6 e, Abbott’s Corner
McGrath John, l 44 e, North Pinnacle
McGrath John B., l 44 e, North Pinnacle
McKelvey James, l 51 e, North Pinnacle
McLaughlin Patrick, l 55 e, North Pinnacle
Miner A. W., l 15 e, Abbott’s Corner
Miner C. B., l 14 e, Abbott’s Corner
Mitchell George, l 15 w, Frelighsburg
Mitchell H. H., l 6 w, Frelighsburg
Mitchell William, l 48 e, Abercorn
Morse Edwin, l 33 e, Frelighsburg
Mosgrove James H., l 36 w, Frelighsburg
Mosien Ephraim, l 36 e, Richford, U. S.
Officer David, l 55 e, North Pinnacle
Owens Benaiah, l 31 e, North Pinnacle
Owens Edson, l 31 e, North Pinnacle
Parker Robert, l 25 e, Abbott’s Corner
Peat Joseph, laborer, l 39 w, Frelighsburg
Phillips Bethuel, l 49 w, St. Armand Centre
Powers Joseph, shoemaker, l 5 e, Abbott’s Corner
Prouty W. W., l 30 e, North Pinnacle
Racine Joseph, laborer, l 17 w, Frelighsburg
Reynolds Albert, l 62 w, St. Armand Centre
Reynolds A. N., l 40 w, Frelighsburg
Reynolds Charles S., l 40 w, Frelighsburg
Reynolds B. A., l 46 w, Frelighsburg
Reynolds George H., l 40 w, Frelighsburg
Reynolds M. P., l 40 w, Frelighsburg
Reynolds Orville, l 50 w, St. Armand Centre
Reynolds Whitman, l 62 w, St. Armand Centre
Richardson L. J., l 49 e, Abercorn
Roberts David, laborer, l 68 w, St. Armand Centre
Robidoux Levi, cooper, l 49 w, St. Armiand Centre
Rodgers Mrs. A., widow, l 2 e, Abbott’s Corner
Royea Charles, l 68 w, St. Armand Centre
Ruiter Belden, l 45 e, Abercorn
Russell Antoine, l 16 w, Frelighsburg
Sager James N., l 8 e, Frelighsburg
Sager W. L., l 8 e, Frelighsburg
Salsbury C. F., l 65 w, Frelighsburg
Salsbury Henry, retired, l 65 w, Frelighsburg
Salsbury J. R., l 65 w, Frelighsburg
Salsbury Martin, l 46 w, Frelighsburg
Sargent C., l 34 e, Abercorn
Scofield Lewis D., l 5 e, Abbott’s Corner
Scofield Mrs. L. D., widow, l 5 e, Abbott’s Corner
Scofield William C., l 35 e, Abercorn
Scofield W. G., l 11 w, Frelighsburg
Scofield William S., I 1 w, Abbott’s Corner
Sewell R. P., l 19 e, Frelighsburg
Shepard H. L., l 10 e, Frelighsburg
Shepard T. J., l 9 e, Frelighsburg
Sherrer John, l 52 e, North Pinnacle
Shover Newell, laborer, l 17 e, Abbott’s Corner
Shults Henry, blacksmith, l 50 w, St. Armand Centre
Shults Jacob W., l 55 w, St. Armand Centre
Smith H. H., carpenter, l 4 e, Abbotts Corner
Smith L. B., l 42 e, North Pinnacle
Snyder Henry, l 22 e, Frelighsburg
Solvason Solomon, l 76 w, Pigeon Hill
Sornberger John, carpenter and farmer, l 77 w, Pigeon Hill
Soutiere Joseph, l 7 w, Frelighsburg
Spencer Ambrose S., J.P., l 20 w, Frelighsburg
Spencer E. S., l 20 e, North Pinnacle
Spencer H. T., l 32 w, Frelighsburg
Spencer M., l 8 w, Frelighsburg
Stanhope S. S., l 45 e, Abercorn
Stanley William, wheelwright, l 49 w, St. Armand Centre
Steinhour H. B., laborer, l 20 e, Frelighsburg
Steinhour Norman, laborer, l 64 w, St. Armand Centre
Stow A. M., foundry and saw mill, l 11 w, Frelighsburg
Stow H. T., sawyer, l 11 w, Frelighsburg
Thomas Leo, l 12 e, Abbott’s Corner
Titemore A., postmaster, l 61 w, St. Armand Centre
Titemore Edward, l 58 w, St. Armand Centre
Titemore Mrs. P., l 50 w, St. Armand Centre
Toof J. G., butter buyer and farmer, l 48 w, St. Armand Centre
Toof J. W., l 60 w, St. Armand Centre
Tracey Edgar S., carpenter, l 4 e, Abbotts’ Corner
Tracey James H., laborer, l 16 e, Abbotts’ Corner
Tree James A., l 22 w, Frelighsburg
Vail Allan, l 31 w, Frelighsburg
Vail H. H., l 33 w, Frelighsburg
Van De Waters A., l 68 w, St. Armand Centre
Vincent Alexis, laborer, l 43 w, Frelighsburg
Vincent George, retired, l 50 w, St. Armand Centre
Vincent Nelson, l 49 w, St. Armand Centre
Vincent S. S., l 69 w, St. Armand Centre
Warner Charles F., l 58 w, St. Armand Centre
Warner L. H., l 58 w, St. Armand Centre
Washburn J. W., l 50 e, Abercorn
Westover James, l 42 w, Frelighsburg
White Otis J., l 47 e, Abercorn
Whitman Levi B., l 3 e, Abbotts’ Corner
Whitman Mrs. M., widow, l 5 e, Abbotts’ Corner
Whitman S. R., J.P., l 5 w, Abbott’s Corner
Whitney N. S., i 25 w, Frelighsburg
Willard Mrs. C., widow, l 27 e, Abbott’s Corner
Willey R., l 47 e, Abercorn
Wilson Asa, l 14 w, Frelighsburg
Wood Henry, laborer, l 43 w, Frelighsburg
Woodard Henry, l 2 e, Abbotts’ Corner
Yates Charles, laborer, l 49 e, Abercorn
Yates Henry, l 57 w, St. Armand Centre
Yates Peter (2nd), l 12 w, Frelighsburg
Young Matthew, laborer, l 16 e, Abbotts’ Corner

FARMERS’ DIRECTORY
PARISH OF ST. ARMAND WEST,
GIVING THE LOT AND THE POST OFFICE ADDRESS.

The parish contains four post offices, namely, Moore’s Station, Philipsburg, Pigeon Hill and St. Armand Station. All names not otherwise designated are those of farmers. The number refers to the lot, the place to the post office address.

Albee Henry, 105, Pigeon Hill
Albee Mrs., widow, 113, St. Armand Station
Adams William, 82, Pigeon Hill
Arcand Fred., laborer, 121, Pigeon Hill
Averill Hanibal, 101, St. Armand Station
Bessette Henry, 29, Moore’s Station
Best Charles, laborer, 7, Philipsburg
Bingham Mrs., widow, 121, St. Armand Station
Bockus Daniel, 130, St. Armand Station
Bockus Hiram, laborer, 120, St. Armand Station
Bockus Jeremiah, 131, St. Armand Station
Bockus John, 132, St. Armand Station
Bockus J. H., 130, St. Armand Station
Boright Mrs., widow, 82, Pigeon Hill
Bridle John, 88, Stanbridge Ridge
Brill Robert, 79, Pigeon Hill
Brimmer The Misses C. & P., 83, Pigeon Hill
Buck Mrs. E., widow, 102, Pigeon Hill
Burke Edward, 22, St. Armand Station
Burley J. S., 108, Stan bridge Ridge
Burley Luther, 125, St. Armand Station
Burley Robert, 25, St. Armand Station
Butler Mrs. J., widow, 94, Pigeon Hill
Butler William, 94, Pigeon Hill
Cadoret Joseph, 1, Philipsburg
Camell E. C., 96, St. Armand Station
Camell Hiram, 109, St. Armand Station
Camell John H., 129, St. Armand Station
Camell Martin, 129, St. Armand Station
Catchapaw Aaron, 120, St. Armand Station
Catchapaw G. W., laborer, 120, St. Armand Station
Catchapaw Hiram, laborer, 120, St. Armand Station
Catchapaw Mrs. A., widow, 120, St. Armand Station
Catchapaw Mrs. Henry, widow, 120, St. Armand Station
Catchapaw Mrs. Isaac, widow, 120, St. Armand Station
Channell R. H., 101, St. Armand Station
Chicoine A. S., blacksmith, 100, St. Armand Station
Clare Isaiah, 126, St. Armand Station
Colby Mrs. J., widow, 83, Pigeon Hill
Crothers George, 27, St. Armand Station
Crothers Joseph, 27, St. Armand Station
Crossett Miss Dorothy, 115, St. Armand Station
Deal John P., 1, Philipsburg
Deline William, 109, St. Armand Station
Derick P. C., 124, St. Armand Station
Deuell John, 8, Philipsburg
Douglas Alexander, jun., 105, St. Armand Station
Douglas Hamilton, 105, St. Armand Station
Eager Mrs. B., widow, 82, Pigeon Hill
Embury Charles, 101, Pigeon Hill
Embury D. R., 79, Pigeon Hill
Embury Mrs. D. S., widow, 101, Pigeon Hill
Evans De Forrest, 79, Pigeon Hill
Evans Eleazer, 83, Pigeon Hill
Evans Miles, 83, Pigeon Hill
Fellers Mrs. W., widow, 126, St. Armand Station
Fisher Charles, 88, Pigeon Hill
Frappier Francois, laborer, 16, St. Armand Station
Freeman William, 24, St. Armand Station
Fuller Bradway H., 101, St. Armand Station
Galer John, laborer, 97, Pigeon Hill
Galer Joseph, 83, Pigeon Hill
Galer O., laborer, 83, Pigeon Hill
Gardner Charles O., 108, Pigeon Hill
Gardner J. H., 109, Pigeon Hill
Gardner Palmer, 96, Pigeon Hill
Gay Lewis, 165, Pigeon Hill
Girouard Charles, 6, Philipsburg
Gilbert Daniel B., 3 and 4, Philipsburg
Graham Mrs. J., widow, 111, St. Armand Station
Graham Thomas, 111, St. Armand Station
Guthrie E. W., 87, Pigeon Hill
Guthrie G. D., 107, Pigeon Hill
Hall J. B., 104, Pigeon Hill
Hammond Mrs. widow, 10, Philipsburg
Harvey T. R., 9, Philipsburg
Hastings Clark, 18, St. Armand Station
Hastings George, 19, St. Armand Station
Hastings H. H., 17, St. Armand Station
Hawk Charles, 94, Pigeon Hill
Hawk George H., 95, Pigeon Hill
Hawk Thomas, 103, Pigeon Hill
Hawkins Andrew, 10, Philipsburg
Hawkins Hobart, 10, Philipsburg
Hawley James A., 127, St. Armand Station
Herrick Daniel and Elihue, grist mill owners, 122, St. Armand Station
Higgins Daniel, laborer, 82, Pigeon Hill
Higgins George, laborer, 82, Pigeon Hill
Hill James M., jun., merchant, 100, St. Armand Station
Hogle George L., 14, St. Armand Station
Hogle Hamilton, 14, St. Armand Station
Holsopple Mrs. E., widow, 93, Pigeon Hill
Holsopple W. A., 93, Pigeon Hill
Hope Edward, laborer, 88, Pigeon Hill
Hubbard William, 93, Pigeon Hill
Hungerford Albert, Philipsburg
Hungerford Orrin, laborer, 8, Philipsburg
Johnson Alvah, 88, Pigeon Hill
Johnson Edwin, 87, Pigeon Hill
Johnson Freeborn, 86, Pigeon Hill
Johnson George E., 87, Pigeon Hill
Johnson Ira, 87, Pigeon Hill
Johnson Parker, 87, Pigeon Hill
Jones Charles, 94, Pigeon Hill
Kennedy Patrick, 111, St. Armand Station
Krans Byron, 12, St. Armand Station
Krans John C., 123, St. Armand Station
Krans William P., 23, St. Armand Station
Lowell Joseph, laborer, 126, St. Armand Station
Lowell Oliver, laborer, 125, St. Armand Station
Luke Phillip, 11, St. Armand Station
McDonald John A., 94, Pigeon Hill
McKee Robert, 86, Pigeon Hill
McKee Thomas, 86, Pigeon Hill
McKinney Taber, 24, Philipsburg
McKinney John, 10, Philipsburg
McKinney Mrs. Isaac, widow, 24, Philipsburg
Merritt Almon, 14, St. Armand Station
Minkler Phillip, 20, St. Armand Station
Mitchell Charles S., 124, St. Armand Station
Mitchell George, 113, St. Armand Station
Mitchell E. B., 126, St. Armand Station
Mitchell James E., 124, St. Armand Station
Monighan Miss Sarah, 119, St. Armand Station
Moore Hon. P. H., 28, Moore’s Station
Moore H. D., 31, Moore’s Station
Moore Mrs. W. A., widow, 28, Moore’s Station
Moore P. C., 28, Moore’s Station
Mullen Barney, hotel keeper, 111, St. Armand Station
Newton W. S., 26, St. Armand Station
Obertan Ezra, laborer, 126, St. Armand Station
Ouimette Peter, St. Armand Station
Pells Hiram, 163, St. Armand Station
Pells Mrs. D., widow, 163, St. Armand Station
Pells Mrs. J. E., widow, 102, St. Armand Station
Poulin John, laborer, 4, Philipsburg
Powers Thomas, 102, St. Armand Station
Primmerman Frederick, mayor of the municipality of St. Armand West, 119, St. Armand Station
Primmerman James, 119, St. Armand Station
Primmerman John J., 95, St. Armand Station
Reid Levi, 23, St. Armand Station
Reid Silas O., 101, St. Armand Station
Reynolds Delbert A., 112, St. Armand Station
Rhicard G. L., 96, Pigeon Hill
Rhicard N., 91, Pigeon Hill
Rhicard W. J., 97, Pigeon Hill
Rinehart Baltus, laborer, 128, St. Armand Station
Rivers John, laborer, 98, Philipsburg
Rogers John, laborer, 7, Philipsburg
Rosenberger Daniel, 131, St. Armand Station
Rouse Christopher, 104, Pigeon Hill
House E. B., 104, Pigeon Hill
Russell Hector, 122, St. Armand Station
Russell Mrs. J., widow, 111, St. Armand Station
Sager John, 83, Pigeon Hill
Sager Malcolm, 82, Pigeon Hill
Sartwell Freeman, laborer, 109, St. Armand Station
Shufelt George, 92, Pigeon Hill
Shufelt John E., laborer, 82, Pigeon Hill
Shufelt Miss Sophia, 82, Pigeon Hill
Shufelt W. J., 92, Pigeon Hill
Smith Albert D., 94, Pigeon Hill
Smith Daniel, 105, Pigeon Hill
Smith Francis, 1, Philipsburg
Smith George H., 106, Pigeon Hill
Smith James E., 116, Pigeon Hill
Smith John M., laborer, 97, Pigeon Hill
Smith Joseph C., 105, Pigeon Hill
Smith Joseph N., 25, St. Armand Station
Smith William H., 115, Pigeon Hill
Smith Miss Adeline, Philipsburg
Smith Mrs. J., widow, 116, Pigeon Hill
Smith Mrs. W., widow, 117, Pigeon Hill
Smith Mrs., widow, Philipsburg
Solomon Edward, 13, St. Armand Station
Solomon John, 13, St. Armand Station
Sornberger C. S., 88, Pigeon Hill
Sornberger Elias, 119, Pigeon Hill
Sornberger John, 87, Pigeon Hill
Sornberger Jonas, 98, Pigeon Hill
Sornberger Martin, 98, Pigeon Hill
Stimets Horace, 104, Pigeon Hill
Streit H. B., 2, Philipsburg
Surprenant Antoine, 28, Pigeon, Hill
Symington James, 16, Philipsburg
Throop F. H., secretary-treasurer of the municipality of St. Armand West, 127, St. Armand Station
Throop H. S., 127, St. Armand Station
Titemore Charles E., 128, St. Armand Station
Titemore George, 117, St. Armand Station
Titemore Henry, 91, St. Armand Station
Titemore P. W., 128, St. Armand Station
Titemore R. L., 105, St. Armand Station
Warner Mrs. Isaac, widow, 103, St. Armand Station
Webb John, laborer, 126, St. Armand Station
Wickliffe Samuel, 101, St. Armand Station
Willard Mrs. Laura, widow, 112, St. Armand Station
Wood Louis, 21, St. Armand Station
Yates David, 87, Pigeon Hill
Yates Peter, 78, Pigeon Hill
Yates Rhicard P., 78, Pigeon Hill
Yates Seth, 78, Pigeon Hill

FARMERS DIRECTORY
PARISH of ST. GEORGE de CLARENCEVILLE,
GIVING THE LOT, CONCESSION AND POST OFFICE ADDRESS.
The parish comprises the eastern part of the Seigniory of Noyan and the eastern part of the seigniory of Foucault. The post offices in the parish are Aird, Clarenceville, Nutt’s Corners and Venice. All names not otherwise designated are those of farmers. The place following the concession is the post office address.  Abbreviations used: 1, lot; c, concession.

Abels Samuel, l 2, c 7 and 8, Aird
Adams Samuel J., l 9, c 6, Clarenceville
Allen Charles, l 2, c 5, Clarenceville
Allen John, l 2, c 5, Clarenceville
Asseltine Henry, l 4, c 7 and 8, Aird
Asseltine Mrs. Huldah, widow, l 4, c 7 and 8, Aird
Badger Hiram, I 1, c 6, Clarenceville
Beerwort Frederick, l 14, c 5, Clarenceville
Beerwort Frank, l 16 and 17, c 6, Clarenceville
Beerwort John, 1 7 and 8, c 6, Clarenceville
Beerwort Merritt, l  10 and 11, c 5, Clarenceville
Beerwort Mrs. George, widow, l 7 and 8, c 6, Clarenceville
Beerwort William, farmer and mason, l 14, c 6, Clarenceville
Belgard Julien, l 4, c 4, Clarenceville
Best John, l 13, c 10, Nutt’s Corners
Billings Daniel, l 18, c 5, Clarenceville
Billings Louis, I 14, c 8, Venice
Bissell Cyrus H., blacksmith and farmer, l 8, c 4, Clarenceville
Bissell Lucius, l 6, c 4, Clarenceville
Bissell Nelson, l 5 and 6, c 5, Clarenceville
Bonneau Antoine, l 13, c 9, Venice
Brant Antoine, l 7, c 8, Venice
Breault John, laborer, l 10, c 4, Clarenceville
Brown Henry, carpenter, l 14, c 7, Clarenceville
Brown John, l 14, c 7, Clarenceville
Brown Robert, mason, l 14, c 7, Clarenceville
Brown William, carpenter, l 14. c 7, Clarenceville
Brownson George, l 5 and 6, c 10, Aird
Buck Herbert J., l 2, c 6, Clarenceville
Bullis George, l 10, c 7, Clarenceville
Bullis Joseph, l 6 and 7, c 8, Venice
Bullis Joshua, l 10, c 7, Clarenceville
Bullock John, jun., carpenter and farmer, l 17 and 18, c 7, Clarenceville
Burgess John, jun., l 8, c 8, Venice
Burgess John, sen., l 8, c 8, Venice
Bush Daniel, l 12, c 5, Clarenceville
Bush Hiram C., bailiff, l 12, c 5, Clarenceville
Campbell Charles, l 4, c 7 and 8, Aird
Campbell David, l 3 and 4, c 8, Venice
Campbell John, l 13, c 8, Venice
Campbell Mrs. Michael, widow, l 4, c 7 and 8, Aird
Campbell Mrs. Thomas, widow, l 17 and 18. c 8, Venice
Cartier Gedeon, l 11, c 5, Clarenceville
Cheesman Aaron, l 15, c 9, Nutt’s Corners
Cheesman Frederick, l 15, c 9, Nutt’s Corners
Cheesman Silas, l 15, c 9, Nutt’s Corners
Chilton Alexander, l 4 and 5, c 6, Clarenceville
Chilton George J., l 14, c 6, Clarenceville
Chilton Henry M., l 4, c 6, Clarenceville
Chilton Philander C., l 4, c 6, Clarenceville
Chilton William, J.P., l 6, c 6, Clarenceville
Clark George Nelson, I 17, c 5, Clarenceville
Colton William Henry, farmer, secretary-treasurer of the parish of St. George de Clarenceville and clerk
of the local magistrates court, I 13 and 14, c 5, Clarenceville
Creller George A., carpenter, l 17, c 8, Clarenceville
Creller Horatio, l 9 and 10, c 7, Clarenceville
Creller Marshall, l 9 and 10, c 7, Clarenceville
Crothers John, l 11, c 9, Venice
Crothers Robert, l 8, 9 and 10, c 9, Venice
Cubit William, l 6, c 9, Venice
Cupples James, l 9, c 8, Venice
Cupples William, l 10, c 8, Venice
Curtis Enoch, I 17, c 6, Clarenceville
Curtis Myron V., l 17, c 6, Clarenceville
Curtis Stephen, laborer, l 15, c 6, Clarenceville
Davis George, l 10 and 11, c 6, Clarenceville
Dean James, l 14, c 10, Nutt’s Corners
Derick Alonzo, l 11, c 4, Clarenceville
Derick Anthony, l 15, c 5, Clarenceville
Derick George A., l 15, c 5, Clarenceville
Derick Phillip, l 2, 3 and 4, c 4, Clarenceville
Derick Ransom, l 15 and 16, c 6, Clarenceville
Derick Victor, laborer, l 13 and 14, c 5, Clarenceville
Derick William, retired, l 11, c 4, Clarenceville
Dewell James A., l 5, c 8, Venice
Drew James, retired, l 14, c 10, Nutt’s Corners
Edy Daniel, l 10, c 9, Aird
Edy Herbert, l 6, c 9, Aird
Edy Myron, l 8, c 6, Clarenceville
Edy Omri, l 6, c 9, Aird
Edy Peter H., l 10, c 9, Aird
Ellis Thomas R., I 11, c 4, Clarenceville
Ellsworth Joseph, l 13, c 8, Nutt’s Corners
Fairfield David, l 4 and 5, c 6, Clarenceville
Finley James, l 15, c 5, Clarenceville
Finley William, l 15, c 6, Clarenceville
French David, l 11 and 12, c 6, Clarenceville
French William H., l 10 and 11, c 6, Clarenceville
Gareau Peter, laborer, l 6, c 9, Aird
Gibson George, l 15, c 10, Nutt’s Corners
Gilbert Emanuel, l 1-4, c S, Aird
Gilbert Israel, l 16 and 17, c 10, Nutt’s Corners
Glasgow John, l 12 and 13, c 6, Clarenceville
Glasgow Robert, l 14, c 7, Clarenceville
Glasgow Robert (2nd), l 15 and 16, c 7, Clarenceville
Glasgow Samuel, l 15 and 16, c 7, Clarenceville
Griggs Simon, l 11, c 4, Clarenceville
Hall Joseph C., l 8 and 9, c 8, Aird
Hardy John, laborer, l 6, c 4, Clarenceville
Hauver Louis, l 10, c 4, Clarenceville
Hawley Asahel, J.P., l 6, c 8, Nutt’s Corners
Hawley Claude, l 9, c 10, Nutt’s Corners
Hawley David, l 6, c 8, Nutt’s Corners
Hawley George, l 8, c 9, Aird
Hawley Henry, trader, l 1, c 8, Aird
Hawley James, l 8, c 9, Aird
Hawley Jesse, l 12, c 8, Aird
Hawley John A., l 14, c 9, Nutt’s Corners
Hawley Mrs. Heman, widow, l 9, c 10, Nutt’s Corners
Hawley Ruben, l 12, c 9, Nutt’s Corners
Hawley Stoddard, l 9, c 9, Aird
Hawley William G., l 6, c 8, Nutt’s Corners
Hazeltine Ruben, laborer, l 13, c 9, Venice
Hilliker Alexander, l 1, c 7 and 8, Aird
Hilliker Nelson, l 1, c 7 and 8, Aird
Hilliker Saxe A., general merchant, l 1, c 8, Aird
Hilliker Sidney, l 2, c 7 and 8, Aird
Hillman David, laborer, l 6, c 4, Clarenceville
Hunter John, J.P., l 13 and 14, c 4, Clarenceville
Hunter Thomas, l 8, c 9, Venice
Irish Charles, I 14, c 8, Venice
Jameson Addy, l 2, c 10, Venice
Jameson Claude, l 2, c 10, Venice
Jameson Henry, l 2, c 10, Venice
Jameson James C, l 4, c 10, Venice
Jameson L., l 1 and 2, c 9, Venice
Jameson Mathew, l 1 and 2, c 9, Venice
Johnson Daniel, l 2, c 9, Aird
Johnson George W., retired, l 18, c 5, Clarenceville
Johnson Jason, l 2, c 9, Aird
Johnston Henry, l 15, c 6, Clarenceville
Keeffe Henry, l 8, c 6, Clarenceville
Kirk Francis, l 3, 4 and 5, c 9, Venice
Lake Hawley, l 17, c 10, Nutt’s Corners
Lambert William, l 1, c 10, Venice
Lawrence Charles, l 6, c 9, Aird
Lequin Francois, jun., I 2,c 5, Clarenceville
Lequin Francois, sen., laborer, l 2, c 5, Clarenceville
Limlah Samuel, laborer, l 3, c 7 and 8, Aird
Little Stewart J., l 4, c 11, Clarenceville
Longeway Henry, l 1, c 4, Clarenceville
Macfie Alexander, l 8, c 10, Aird
Macfie George, l 5 and 6, c 10, Aird
Macfie Robert, mayor of the parish of St. George de Clarenceville, l 5 and 6, c 10, Aird or Clarenceville
Mandigo Amasa, l 7, c 8, Venice
Mandigo Conrad, l 1 and 2, c 6, Clarenceville
Mandigo Oliver, l 6 and 7, c 8, Venice
Manning Darwin, l 3, c 6, Aird
Manning George, l 12, c 7, Clarenceville
Manning Henry, l 13, c 7, Clarenceville
Manning John M., l 3, c 6, Clarenceville
Maskel Henry, laborer, l 9 and 10, c7, Clarenceville
Maskel Richard, l 9 and 10, c 9, Venice
Maskel William, l 3, c 9, Venice
McClelland William, shoemaker, l 8, c 4, Clarenceville
McCormick Samuel, l 1, c 5, Clarenceville
McCully Timothy, l 2, c 4, Clarenceville
McDonough James, l 1 and 2, c 5, Clarenceville
McDonough William, l 1 and 2, c 6, Clarenceville
Mclntyre John, jun., l 13, c 5, Clarenceville
Mclntyre John, sen., l 13, c 5, Clarenceville
McKee James, l 7, c 4, Clarenceville
McNeil Daniel, l 12, c 4, Clarenceville
McNeil John, l 12, c 4, Clarenceville
McNeil William John, l 13, c 7, Clarenceville
McVicker Mrs. George, widow, l 15, c 6, Clarenceville
Miller Adam, l 11, c 7, Clarenceville
Miller Adam (2nd), l 17 and 18, c 8 Clarenceville
Miller Henry, l 4, 5 and 6, c 7, Nutt’s Corners
Miller John, 1 17 and 18, c 9, Nutt’s Corners
Miller Peter, l 13, c 6, Clarenceville
Miller Reid, l 1 and 2, c 9, Aird
Miller William C., l 15, c 5, Clarenceville
Mosher Edwd., l 16, c 9, Nutt’s Corners
Moyls Daniel, l 8, c 10, Aird
Nutt David, postmaster and farmer, l 14 and 15, c 9, Nutt’s Corners
Neville John, l 12, c 8, Venice
Neville Patrick, l 15, c 8, Venice
Neville Thomas, l 11, c 8, Venice
Newman James, l 5, c 7 and 8, Aird
Newman James, l 7, c 10, Aird
Newman William, l 5, c 7 and 8, Aird
Parent Joseph, laborer, l 5 and 6, c 5, Clarenceville
Parent Peter, laborer, Jenny’s Island, Clarenceville
Peletier Felix, laborer, l 14, c 8, Clarenceville
Pelky Louis, painter, l 17, c 8, Clarenceville
Phillips Mrs. George, widow, l 2, 3 and 4, c 5, Clarenceville
Reynolds Rodney, l 4, c 9 and 10, Aird
Riley Augustus, laborer, l 7, c 4, Clarenceville
Roy Edward, l 2, c 8, Venice
Roy Henry, the Gore, Venice
Salls Daniel, l 12, c 4, Clarenceville
Salls Edward, l 5, c 5, Clarenceville
Salls Filer, l 5, c 5, Clarenceville
Salls Seymour, l 10, c 4, Clarenceville
Sawyer Hiram, l 6, c 6, Clarenceville
Sawyer Mrs. Edward, widow, l 7 and 8, c 7, Clarenceville
Saxton George, l 14,c 9, Nutt’s Corners
Schoolcraft David, l 15, c 7, Nutt’s Corners
Schoolcraft Isaac, retired, l 15, c 7, Nutt’s Corners
Schutt Jasper, l 13 and 14, c 4, Clarenceville
Scott Isaiah, l 4, 5 and 6, c 4, Clarenceville
Scott William L., l 1 and 2, c 4 and 5, Clarenceville
Scriver Charles H., l 12, c 7, Clarenceville
Scriver James, l 14, c 6, Clarenceville
Smart John, pensioner, l 17 and 18, c 7, Clarenceville
Smith James, l 15, c 7, Clarenceville
Smith Joseph, l 14, c 9, Venice
Smith William A., 1 15, c 7, Clarenceville
Spears John, l 17 and 18, c 9, Clarenceville
Stevenson David E., l 8, c 6, Clarenceville
Stevenson James, l 9, c 6, Clarenceville
Stevenson William H., l 11, c 6, Clarenceville
Stevenson William, sen., l 9, c 6, Clarenceville
Taylor Andrew, l 14 and 15, c 8 Clarenceville
Trembly Cyprien, carpenter, l 1, c 5 Clarenceville
Vosburgh Elisha, l 13 and 14, c 6, Clarenceville
Westover George, l 6, c 7 and 8, Aird
Wheeler Arnold, l 11, c 9, Venice
Wheeler E. Miles, l 1, c 10, Venice
Wheeler Hamilton, l 12, c 9, Venice
Wheeler Palmer, l 7, c 8, Clarenceville
Wilson Charles, l 14, c 6, Clarenceville
Wright Robert, sen., l 8 and 9, c 4, Clarenceville
Wright Robert, jun., l 8, c 4, Clarenceville

FARMERS’ DIRECTORY OF THE
PARISH OF ST. THOMAS DE FOUCAULT,
GIVING THE LOT, CONCESSION AND POST OFFICE ADDRESS.
The parish comprises the western part of the Seigniory of Noyan and the western part of the seigniory of Foucault. The post offices in the parish are Miranda and Noyan. All names not otherwise designated are those of farmers.
The place following the concession is the post office address.
Abbreviations used: c concession, l lot.

Baker Benjamin, l 13, c 4, Miranda
Barney J., laborer, l 11, c 2, Noyan
Belair Ambrose, ferryman, Ash Island, Noyan
Belair Peter, ferryman, Ash Island, Noyan
Brown Edward, l 10, c 1, Noyan
Brown James S., l 10, c 1, Noyan
Campbell James, l 5, c 1, Noyan
Campbell John, l 5, c 1, Noyan
Campbell Samuel, l 5, c 1, Noyan
Chadsey —, l 12, c 3, Miranda
Champagne Joseph, laborer, l 7, c 2, Miranda
Cochran James, l 1, c 3, Clarenceville
Cochran Robert, J.P., l 1, c 3, Clarenceville
Collins James, jun., secretary-treasurer School Commissioners parish of St. Thomas de Foucault, l 4, c 4,
Miranda
Collins James, sen., l 7, c 4, Miranda
Collins William, l 1, c 4, Miranda
Dean Joseph W., general merchant, l 1, c 4, Miranda
Dennis Simon, laborer, l 17, c 1, Noyan
Dennis William, laborer, l 4, c 3, Miranda
Derby Philip M., l 9, c 4, Miranda
Derick Alexander, l 14, c 2, Noyan
Derick Arthur J., l 13, c 3, Clarenceville
Derick Charles, l 9, c 2, Noyan
Derick George, l 9, o 3, Miranda
Derick George G., l 14, c 1, Noyan
Derick Harlan H., l 9, c 3, Miranda
Derick Herbert A., l 7, c 3, Clarenceville
Derick Melvin C., l 13, c 1, Noyan
Derick J. Nelson, l 4, c 3, Clarenceville
Derick Miss Delia, l 16, c 3, Noyan
Derick Miss Melissa, l 16, c 3, Noyan
Derick Mrs. Abraham, widow, l 8, c 3, Miranda
Derick Newebery E., l 15, c 2. Noyan
Derick Norman H., l 13, c 2, Noyan
Derick Philip H., l 16, c 2, Noyan
Derick Philo, l 13, c 1, Noyan
Derick P. C, l 11, c 1, Noyan
Derick R. F., l 11, c 1, Noyan
Derick Sidney L., l 4, c 2, Noyan
Derick Stephen B., postmaster and farmer, l 7, c 3, Miranda
Derick T. B., l 15, c 2, Noyan
Derick William F., l 6, c 1, Noyan
Devitt Miss Ann, l 9, c 3, Miranda
Dewar Miss Catherine, l 6, c 1, Noyan
Donely James, l 11, c 4, Miranda
Draffin Alexander, I 12, c 1, Noyan
Draffin James, l 12, c —, Noyan
Emerick Ashley, l 9, c 3, Miranda
Emerick George, l 15, c 4, Clarenceville
Emerick Henry, jun., l 12 c 3, Miranda
Emerick Henry, sen., l 15, c 4,
Emerick James, l 15, c 4,  Clarenceville
Emerick Seth H., l 15, c 4,  Clarenceville
Evans Milo, blacksmith, l 1, c 4, Miranda
Fadden Daniel, l 13, c 2, Noyan
Fadden Lewis, l 12, c 2, Noyan
Fadden Peter J., l 14, c 4, Miranda
Fadden Trueman, grocer, l 1, c 1, Noyan
Farrell Henry, l 14, c —, Noyan
Ferguson Martin, l 10, c 3, Miranda
Ferguson Robert, l 4, c 1, Noyan
Filer Isaie H., l 7, c 1, Noyan
Filer Merritt, l 7, c—,Noyan
Fleming John, l 6, c 4, Miranda
Friott Abraham, l 13, c 1, Noyan
Furnival Adolph, laborer, l 14, c 3, Clarenceville
Goyette Antoine, l 7, c 2, Noyan
Griggs H. M., l 10, c 1, Noyan
Griggs Mrs. M., widow, l 16, c 1, Noyan
Gunn Mrs. William, widow, l 12, c 1, Noyan
Hanley James, laborer, l 2, c 4, Miranda
Hislop Edmund, l 18, c 3, Noyan
Hislop William, l 18, c 3, Noyan
Hudson Mrs. Christopher, widow, l 6, c 1, Noyan
Hudson William, l 6, c 1, Noyan
Jameson J. C., 1 6, c 3, Miranda
Jameson William M., l 7, c 2, Miranda
Johnson Hiram, provincial land surveyor and farmer, l 3, c 3, Clarenceville
Johnston John, retired, l 8, c 1, Noyan
Johnson J. D., J.P., mayor of the parish of St. Thomas de Foucault, 1 4, c 3, Miranda
Johnson Mrs. Leonard, l 17, c 3, Noyan
Keet Malcolm D., l 9, c 3, Clarenceville
Keet Mrs. John, widow l 8, c 3, Clarenceville
Kemp Robert, l 14, c 1, Noyan
Lamoureux Essa, l 17, c 4, Clarenceville
Landry Cyprien, l 5, c 2, Noyan
Lareau Elie, laborer, l 10, c 3, Miranda
Ledoux Joseph, l 4, c 2, Noyan
Little William H., blacksmith and farmer, 1 2, c 3, Clarenceville
Lodge Philip, l 9, c 1, Noyan
Lodge Samuel, l 19, c 1, Noyan
Magee James, jun., l 11, c 3, Miranda
Magee Mrs. James, widow, l 11, c 3, Miranda
Magee John, I 14, c 3, Miranda
Magee Robert, l 1, c 1, Noyan
McCallum James, l 2, c 3, Miranda
McCallum John D., l 1, c 1, Noyan
McCallum Joseph,
McCallum Malcolm, l 2, c 1, Noyan
McCallum Mrs. Daniel, widow, l 3, c 1, Noyan
McCleland Joseph, l 18, c 1, Noyan
Mellvill George, pensioner, l 15, c 3, Miranda
Minkler Benjamin, shoemaker, l 4, c 4, Miranda
Monahan John, jun., l 9, c 3, Clarenceville
Monahan John, sen., pensioner, l 9, c 3, Clarenceville
Naylor Benjamin, ferryman, l 5, c 1, Noyan
Osborn Daniel, l 16, c 4, Clarenceville
Osborn Isaie F., l 16, c 4, Clarenceville
Patterson Danford, l 11, c 3, Clarenceville
Patterson William, l 2, c 3, Clarenceville
Perrault Peter, l 6, c 3, Clarenceville
Peters J. H., l 4, c 1, Noyan
Prentiss E. M., laborer, l 7, c 2, Miranda
Rhicard Jeremiah, l 3, c 1, Noyan
Robinson John, I 18, c 1, Noyan
Rourk William, l 10, c 2, Noyan
Rowe C. S., lieut-col. 60th battalion, Missisquoi l —, c —, Clarenceville
Rowe George J., l 13, c 3, Clarenceville
Rowe Heber A., l 13, c 3, Clarenceville
Scott Edward, l 6, c 3, Clarenceville
Shand George G., I 1, c 2, Noyan
Shand Joseph, laborer, l 1, c 2, Noyan
Shand Mrs. Joseph, widow, l 1, c 2, Noyan
Shand William R., l 1, c 2, Noyan
Simpson Mrs. David, widow, tailoress, l 3, c 2, Noyan
Smith James, l 8, c 4, Miranda
Smith William, l 10, c 3, Clarenceville
Struthers James H., l 10, c 1, Noyan
Sumner Young, l 13, c 4, Miranda
Suzor Hypolite, l 10, c 2, Miranda
Suzor Nelson, laborer, l 10, c 2, Miranda
Trepanier Mrs. J., widow, l 7, c 2, Noyan
Vaughan Gustave, l 10, c 2, Noyan
Vaughan R. H., I 5, c 1, Noyan
Vosburgh Alanson, l 5, c 2, Miranda
Vosburgh Alanzo, l 14, c 3, Miranda
Vosburgh Albert, l 12, c 2, Noyan
Vosburgh Daniel, l 8, c 2, Miranda
Vosburgh Henry A., laborer, l 10, c 4, Miranda
Vosburgh James, laborer, l 2, c 2, Miranda
Vosburgh J. C., l 8, c 2, Miranda
Vosburgh Miles, l 8, c 1, Noyan
Vosburgh Mrs. Peter, widow, l 2, c 3, Miranda
Vosburgh Norman, l 5, c 4, Miranda
Vosburgh Richard, l 3, c 2, Miranda
Vosburgh Sidney, l 8, c 2, Miranda
Vosburgh William, l 3, c 2, Miranda
Vosburgh William H., laborer, l 10, c 4, Miranda
Wait Jacob, l 9, c 3, Clarenceville
Westover Alexander, l 11, c 2, Noyan
Westover Daniel, laborer, l 7, c 1, Noyan
Wilson Joseph, l 6, c 2, Noyan
Wilson William, jun., l 6, c 2, Noyan
Wilson William, sen., l 2. c 2, Noyan
Young George, l 7, c 3, Clarenceville
Young H. P., l —, c —, Clarenceville
Young Ira, l 10, c 4, Miranda
Young John, l 5, c 3, Clarenceville
Young Marshall, l 5, c 3, Clarenceville
Young Samuel, l 10, c 4, Miranda
Young William H., l 8, c 4, Miranda

FARMERS’ DIRECTORY OF THE
PARISH OF WEST FARNHAM.
GIVING THE LOT, CONCESSION AND POST OFFICE ADDRESS.
The post offices in the parish are Farnham and Farndon.  All names not otherwise designated are those of farmers. The place following the concession is the post office address.
Abbreviations used: c, concession; l, lot.

Alin Frs., l 45, c 8, Farnham
Allsopp Morris, l 34, c 5, Farnham
Arbec Benjamin, l 46, c 4, Farnham
Audette Olivier, jun., l 40, c 2, Farnham
Audette Olivier, sen., l 40, c 2, Farnham
Auger Pierre, l 38, c 5, Farnham
Bachand Francois, l 43, c 6, Farnham
Barnabe Jacob, l 46, c 6, Farnham
Barnabe Pierre, l 46, c 6, Farnham
Barnabe Treffle, l 46, c 6, Farnham
Barriere Joseph, l 49, c 1, Farnham
Beaudreau Jacques, l 49, e 1, Farnham
Beaulieu Henri, l 47, c 2. Farnham
Beaulieu Joseph, laborer, l 31, c 3, Farndon
Belisle Frangois, l 43, c 6, Farnham
Berwick David, l 43, c 1, Farnham
Berwick John, l 42, c 2, Farnham
Bisaillon Casimir, l 33, c 2. Farndon
Bisaillon Moise, l 47, c 4, Farnham
Bissonet Augustin, l 36, c 2, Farnham
Bissonnet Isaie, l 36, c 2, Farnham
Bissonnet Joseph, l 36, c 2, Farnham
Bissonnet Louis, l 36, c 2, Farnham
Boisvert Amable, l 39, c 5, Farnham
Boisvert Jules, l 39, c 5, Farnham
Bouchard Antoine, l 47, c 5, Farnham
Bouthillier Gilbert, l 44, c 8, Farnham
Breackly James, l 30, c 1, Farndon
Brodeur Charles, l 46, c 8, Farnham
Brodeur J. Bte., l 46, c 8, Farnham
Brouillette Edward, l 44, c 7, Farnham
Brouillette Joseph, l 44, c 7, Farnham
Brown George, l 30, c 2. Farndon
Brown John, l 31, c 2, Farndon
Brown Matthew, l 30, c 2, Farndon
Brown Thomas, l 30, c 2, Farndon
Burk Robert, l 34, c 1, Farndon
Busieu Leonard, l 48, c 1, Farnham
Cabana Michel, l 34, c 3, Farnham
Cadire Nicholas, l 35, e 3, Farnham
Cameron George, I 34, c 2, Farndon
Cameron James, l 34, c 2, Farndon
Cameron Lewis, l 33, c 2, Farndon
Cameron Mrs. George, widow, l 34, c 2, Farndon
Cann Patrick, l 40, c 2, Farnham
Choiniere E., l 43, c 8, Farnham
Choiniere Marcel, l 47, c 5, Farnham
Comette Thomas, l 48, c 1, Farnham
Constantineau Narcisse, l 36, c 2, Farnham
Cosslet Mrs. L., widow, l 32, c 3, Farndon
Courtemanche Jeremie, trader, l 48, c 1, Farnham
Couture Joseph, l 39, c 5, Farnham
Demers J. Bte., l 40, c 4, Farnham
Demers Pierre, jun., l 44, c 8, Farnham
Demers Pierre, sen., l 45, c 8, Farnham
Deniscourt Amedee, l 39, c 6, Farnham
Deniscourt Joseph, l 39, c 6, Farnham
Desautels J. Bte.
Deslorier John, l 47, c 8, Farnham
Deslorier Joseph, l 44, c 6, Farnham
Deslorier Joseph, l 46, c 7, Farnham
Deslorier Michel, l 46, c 7, Farnham
Doherty Cornelius, l 42, c 4, Farnham
Douglas James, l 35, c 5, Farnham
Dufresne Mrs., widow, l 48, c 5, Farnham
Dufresne Toussaint, l 50, c 1, Farnham
Duhamel Cleophas, l 35, c 3, Farnham
Duhamel W., l 36, c 3, Farnham
Dupuis Edouard, l 47, c 5, Farnham
Dupuis Thomas, l 31, c 2, Farndon
Dyon Hypolite, l 42, c 5, Farnham
Earls William, l 46, c 8, Farnham
Fontaine Pierre, l 37, c 2, Farnham
Fortin Jeremie, l 43, c 6, Farnham
Frechette Ed., l 47, c 5, Farnham
Frechette Jos., l 47, c 5, Farnham
Gaboriau Hector, l 36, c 5, Farnham
Gadbois Roch, l 36, c 5, Farnham
George Honore, l 44, c 6, Farnham
Gingras Eusebe, l 36, c 1, Farnham
Gingras Eusebe, sen., l 37, c 1, Farnham
Gingras Louis, l 40, c 1, Farnham
Girard Frederick, l 43, c 6, Farnham
Girard J. Bte., l 48, c 4, Farnham
Giroux Avelin, l 40, c 6, Farnham
Gobeille Pierre, jun., l 41, c 1, Farnham
Gobeille Pierre, sen., l 41, cl, Farnham
Gowan Mrs. M., I 41, c 6, Farnham
Goyette D., l 42, c 2, Farnham
Goyette Gilbert, l 44, c 7, Farnham
Grenier Narcisse, 1 32, c 3, Farnham
Grubb Lindsay, l 40, c 3, Farnham
Guay Jean M., I 38, c 5, Farnham
Guerin Pierre, l 40, c 1, Farnham
Guerin S., l 40, c 1, Farnham
Hase George, l 37, c 2, Farnham
Hase John M., l 37, c 1, Farnham
Hebert Charles, sen., l 48, c 2, Farnham
Hebert Joseph, l 43, c 6, Farnham
Hebert Medard, l 37, o 2, Farnham
Herley Narcisse, l 48, c 1, Farnham
Higgins George, l 39, c 4, Farnham
Higgins Joseph, l 39, c 4, Farnham
Hosking James, l 37, c 2, Farnham
Hosking John, l 38, c 2, Farnham
Hosking Mrs. N., widow, l 38, c 4, Farnham
Hosking William, l 38, c 4, Farnham
Hubert Frs., l 41, c 5, Farnham
Ingles Edward, l 32, c 1, Farndon
Ingles Freeman, l 33, c 1, Farndon
Ingles Merrit, l 34, c 1, Farndon
Jacob Hypolite, l 45, c 8, Farnham
Jarris J. Bte., l 40, c 4, Farnham
Jarris Julien, l 40, c 4, Farnham
Johnson Samuel, l 34, c 2, Farndon
Kird David, l 40, c 3, Farnham
Lacroix D., l 36, c 2, Farnham
Lacroix Joseph, l 40, c 2. Farnham
Lague Cyrille, l 49, c 1, Farnham
Lague Leon, l 44, c 7, Farnham
Lague Louis, jun., l 43, c 6, Farnham
Landrie Pierre, l 45, c 3, Farnham
Lanier Nazaire, l 44, c 7, Farnham
Lanou Pierre, l 48, c 1, Farnham
Larivee Isaac, l 45, c 8, Farnham
Lebeau Noe, l 49, c 5, Farnham
Leblanc Ubald, l 39, c 2, Farnham
Leslie John, l 42, c 5, Farnham
Loiselle Francois, I 46, c 3, Farnham
Loiselle Frs., jun., l 46, c 8, Farnham
Loiselle Pierre, l 41, c 3, Farnham
Lucien Alexandre, l 46, c 5, Farnham
Mailloux Isaac, l 41, c 4, Farnham
Marchesseau Joseph, l 41, c 4, Farnham
Marchesseau Olivier, l 37,c 5, Farnham
Martin Pierre, l 45, c 6, Farnham
McAulay John, l 32, c 1, Farndon
McGovron Philip, I 41, c 5, Farnham
McGovron Thomas, l 33, c 1, Farndon
McQuillen James, l 39, c 3, Farnham
McQuillen John, l 40, c 3, Farnham
McQuillen Richard, l 40, c 4, Farnham
Menard Leon, l 39, c 2, Farnham
Mercier Robert, l 44, c 7, Farnham
Merizze Valentin, l 30, c 3, Farndon
Merizze Zephirin, l 30, c 3, Farndon
Miclette Noel, l 48, c 1, Farnham
Molleur Moise, I 64, c 4, Farnham
Mongeau Vital, l 46, c 8, Farnham
Moore George, l 37, c 5. Farnham
Moore L. O., l 42, c 5, Farnham
Morgan Richard, l 38, c 3, Farnham
Mosher James, mayor of the parish, l 41, c 5, Farnham
Paledeau C., l 36, c 3, Farnham
Paledeau Pierre, l 32, c 3, Farndon
Papineau Louis, l 42, c 5, Farnham
Paquet Joseph, l 32, c 3, Farndon
Paquette Joseph, l 40, c 6, Farnham
Paquin Vincent, I 36, c 5, Farnham
Paradis Charles, l 46, c 1, Farnham
Paradis Hubert, l 46, c 1, Farnham
Parent Leon, l 46, c 4, Farnham
Parkin Thos., mill owner, l 38, c 5, Farnham
Payant F. X., l 50, c 1, Farnham
Podvin E., l 43, c 6, Farnham
Podvin Moise, l 43, c 6, Farnham
Prevost Elie, l 41, c 1, Farnham
Prevost Frs., I 43, c 5, Farnham
Remillard Gilbert, l 39, c 2, Farnham
Reny L. S. W., l 37, c 1, Farnham
Rinville T., l 48, c 1, Farnham
Robert Charles, l 46, c 5, Farnham
Rondeau Pierre, l 36, c 3, Farnham
Rowen Joseph, l 40, c 3, Farnham
Saseville Damase, l 44, c 2, Farnham
Scott John, l 37, c 4, Farnham
Scott Richard, l 37, c 4, Farnham
Scott Sylvestre, l 37, c 4, Farnham
Smith J. Bte., l 40, c 3, Farnham
Smith Narcisse, l 39, c 3, Farnham
St. Denis A., l 32, c 2, Farndon
St. Denis Moise, l 32, c 2, Farndon
Surprenant Joseph, l 47, c 2, Farnham
Surprenant Moise, l 47, c 2, Farnham
Symard Hypolite, l 44, c 7, Farnham
Tetreault Ozias, l 41, c 2, Farnham
Tetreault Gedeon, l 49, c I, Farnham
Tillson James, l 33, c 2, Farndon
Thibodeau Cyprion, l 31, c 1, Farndon
Thompson Robert, l 30, c 2, Farndon
Tourangeau J. Bte., l 43, c 8, Farnham
Truax Elias, l 34, c 2, Farndon
Truax George A., l 33, c 2, Farndon
Truax Harlow, l 32, c 2, Farndon
Truax L. Andrew, l 31, c 2, Farndon
Vincelette Antoine, l 35, c 3, Farnham
Welch Elwin, I 38, c 4, Farnham
Welch Thomas, l 35, c 4, Farnham
Welch William, l 36, c 4, Farnham
Yates John T., l 42, c 5, Farnham

MILITIA, 1878-1879 -
THE COUNTY OF MISSISQUOT IS EMBRACED IN MILITARY DISTRICT, NO. 5.
MISSISQUOI TROOP OF CAVALRY.
Capt. Bush, commanding officer; head-quarters, Clarenceville.

60th BATTALION.
Head-quarters, Clarenceville; Lieutenent-colonel Rowe, commanding officer, Clarenceville; Brevet lieutenant-colonel, A. H. Gilmour, Stanbridge East; captain Peter Smith, quarter-master, St. Armand Station; captain Wm. M. Pattison, paymaster, Clarenceville.

COMPANIES.
NO. 1 COMPANY: Brevet-Major Sixby, St. Armand, commanding officer; 3 officers and 55 non-commissioned officers and men.

NO. 2 COMPANY: Captain Jameson, Clarenceville, commanding officer; 3 officers, and 55 non-commissioned officers and men.

NO. 3 COMPANY: Captain Robinson, Dunham, commanding officer; 3 officers and 55 non-commissioned officers and men.

NO. 4 COMPANY: Captain Higgins, Farnham, commanding officer; 3 officers and 55 non-commissioned officers and men.

NO. 5 COMPANY: Captain Bockus, Mystic, commanding officer; 3 officers and 55 non-commissioned
officers and men.

NO. 6 COMPANY: Major Westover, Frelighsburg, commanding officer; 3 officers and 55 non-commissioned officers and men.

DISTRICT OF BEDFORD RIFLE ASSOCIATION -
Patron, the Hon. Judge Dunkin; vice-patrons: Hon. L. S. Huntington, Hon. G. G. Stevens, lieut.-col. Fletcher, C.M.G., D.A.G., It.-col. Rowe, commanding 60th batt., lieut. col. Dyer, R.M., and E. D. Racicot, M.P.P.; president, lieut.-col. Rowe, commanding 60th batt.; vice-presidents, Doctors Gibson, Hamilton, Wood, Fuller and Lussier; Messrs. (hon.) Lynch, M.P.P., E.L. Chandler, M.P., Hon G. Baker. M.P., and lieut. -cols. Miller, Amyrauld, Sixby and Hall, majors Cox, Maynes, and capt. Bush; council, the office-bearers and captains of companies belonging to the association; executive committee, lieut.-cols. Fletcher, Miller, Hall, Rowe and Hon. M. Aylmer; secretary-treasurer, lieut.-col. Aylmer, B.M., range officers, lieut.-col. Gilmour and lieut. Whitman, 60th batt., capt. Bulman, 78th batt., and capt. Hail, 52nd batt.

MASONIC 1879.
GRAND LODGE OF QUEBEC:
M. W. Bro. J. H. Graham, Grand Master; R. W. Bro. C. Judge, Deputy Grand Master; R. W. Bro. W. M.
LeMesurier, District Deputy Grand Master, Montreal District; R. W. Bro. J. B. Charleson, District Deputy Grand Master, Quebec and Three Rivers District; R. W. Bro. W. M. Keyes, M.D., Georgeville, District Deputy Grand Master, St. Francis District; R. W. Bro. J. P. Martin, District Deputy Grand Master, Bedford District; R. W. Bro. Arthur Lyon, District Deputy Grand Master, Ottawa District; R. W. Bro. F. P. Butler, Grand Senior Warden; R. W. Bro. G R. Marvin, Grand Junior Warden; R. W. Bro. Rev. J. Scrimger, Grand Chaplain; R. W. Bro. I. H. Stearns, Grand Treasurer; R. W. Bro. T. P. Prentiss, Grand Registrar; R. W. Bro. J. H. Isaacson, Grand Secretary; R. W. Bro. Isaac Richardson, Grand Tyler, R. W. Bro. C. P. Taber, West Farnham; R. W. Bro. Arthur F. Simpson, Lennoxville; R. W. Bro. James Bowen, jun., Quebec; Very W. Bro.
W.Simpson Walker, Montreal, members of the Board of General Purposes for the next two years.

PREVOST CHAPTER NO.14, DUN-HAM: Dr. H. W. Wood. 1st P.Z.; H. P. Newell, 2nd P.H.; Adna Hill, 3rd P.J.; John Massie, jun., S.E.; G. R. Longeway, S.N.; A.S Kemp, P.S.; Hon. Thomas Wood, treasurer; W. B. Seeley, janitor.

PREVOST LODGE NO. 7, DUNHAM: A. S. Kemp, W.M.; M. G. Baker, S.W.; Hiram Seeley, J.W.; Dr. J. B. Gibson, chaplain; Hon. Thomas Wood, treasurer; William B. Seeley, tyler.

PREVOST LODGE NO. 8, DUNHAM: —-, W.M.; J. B. Cullen, S.W.; S. Wilkinson, J.W.; rev. S. G. Phillips, chaplain; B. A. Longeway, treasurer; H. Pagnello, secretary; H. H. Lewis, tyler.

NELSON LODGE NO. 3 Q. R., ST. ARMAND STATION: T. C. Loyns, W.M.; F. H. Throop, S.W.; M. A. Stewart, J.W. ; Anson Shelters, treasurer; George Hunt, secretary; Charles Bradley, tyler; H. H. Hastings, I.G.; H. N. Sixby and Peter Smith, stewards.

STANBRIDGE LODGE NO. 19, STANBRIDGE: C. E. Blinn, W. M.; A. H. Gilmour, S.W; S. H. Sornberger, J.W.; M. V. Bryan, secretary; N. M. Blinn, treasurer; H. B. Kemp, tyler.

BROWNE LODGK NO. 24, FARNHAM: Peter Elder, W.M.; George Starks, S.W.; David Boudreau, J. W.; D. B. Meigs, treasurer; —–, secretary; Noel Jette, tyler.

ROYAL CANADIAN LODGE NO. 29, SWEETSBURG: John Massie, jun., W.M.; R. F. Hutchins, S.W.; Peter Pickle, J.W; M. A. Pickle, treasurer; C. H. Boright, secretary; N. Vincent, tyler.

FRELIGHSBURG LODGE NO. 33, A. F. AND A. M., Q. R., FRELIGHSBURG: Cleland Austin, W.M.; E. B. Abbott, S.W.; Dr. N. A. Smith, J.W.; Dr. Elijah Rowell, chaplain; Joseph Landsberg, treasurer; George R. Marvin, secretary; F. J. Parker, S.D.; Allen W. .Miner, J D.; T. N. Shepard and M. J. Sager, stewards; M. Spencer, I.G., H. Martin, tyler.

CORNER STONE LODGE N0. 37, COWANSVILLE: Micah Vail, W.M.; Matthew Ruiter, S.W.; John Humphrey, J.W., G.W. Webb, treasurer; M. O. Hart, secretary; P. L. Cowan, tyler.

SOCIETIES -

MISSISQUOI COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.
Officers elected annually. Office bearers 1879: Lastin Snyder, Stanbridge, president; P. C. Moore,
St. Armand West, vice president; George Sulley, Bedford, sec-treas. Directors: F. X. Des Rivieres, Notre Dame; David Westover, S. P. Cameron, Dunham; M. Beerworth, Clarenceville; Seth Emerick, St. Thomas; C. E Deming, St. Armand East; Adolphus Truax, West Farnham; E. C. Knight, Stanbridge; George Sulley, secretary-treasurer, Bedford.

MISSISQUOI COUNTY PLOWING ASSOCIATION: Moses Corey, president; A. A. Batcheller, vice- president; Z. V. Whitman, secretary-treasurer.

UNION ST. JOSEPH DE FARNHAM: Incorporated 1869. Joseph Lequin, jun., president; Joseph Smith, 1st vice-president; Abraham Baillargeon, 2nd vice-president; Edouard Choquette, secretary; Louis Lacoste, assistant; Honore Lequin, treasurer; Alfred Biazeau, 1st assistant; Leon Mailloux, 2nd assistant; Jean Bte. Archambault, corresponding secretary; Calixte Lequin, assistant; Ludger Hebert, commissaire ordonnateur; Joseph, Archambault, assistant; J. Bte. St. Pierre regisseur; Guillaume Bessette, assistant; Fraucois Lequin, Henri Favreau, Pierre Bessett, and Louis Comeau, comité d’inguent. The object of the society is the support of the widows, orphans and sick members.

ST. PATRICK’S SOCIETY, FARNHAM: Edward Donahue, president; James O’Connor, (Brigham),  vice-president; John Kavanagh, secretary; Wm. Kinehan, corresponding secretary. The society numbers about thirty members. Meets first Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m.

MISCELLANEOUS DIRECTORY, TOWN OF ST. JOHNS -

ST. JEAN BAPTISTE SOCIETY:  Incorporated by Act of Parliament in 1868 as “La Societe St. Jean Baptiste de la Ville de St. Jean”. Its character is national and benevolent. T. A. Bernier, president; S. Cote, first vice-president; J. Hilaire Freniere, second vice-president; Henri Brosseau, secretary; —–, assistant secretary; Oliva Langlois, treasurer; Joseph Poirier, first-assistant treasurer; Michel Dolan, second assistant treasurer; Octave Mercier, commissaire ordonnateur; Christie Stephani, assistant commissaire ordonnateur.

L’ UNION ST. JOSEPH DE ST. JEAN:  Noel Chaput, president; Olivier St. Cyr, first vice-president; Moise Thibodeau, second vice-president; Jean Bourguignon, secretary; E. Hebert, assistant secretary; Joseph Boucher, treasurer; Edouard L’Ecuyer, first-assistant treasurer; Joseph Linglois, second assistant
treasurer; Jean Baptiste Gregoire, commissaire ordonnateur; Gedeon Labelle, assistant commissaire ordonnateur; Joseph Chagnon, depositor. This society numbers 200 members.

ST. PATRICKS SOCIETY:  J. O’Cain, president; William Kearney, vice-president;  J. B. Brennan, treasurer, J. A. McQuillen, secretary.

CERCLE LITTERAIRE DE ST. JEAN:  S. Cote, president; E. Arpin, vice-president; J. Quesnel, secretary; G. Trahan, assistant secretary; Joseph Chartier, treasurer; R. Brault, assistant treasurer; J. Barrette, janitor and master of ceremonies.

L’ORPHION DE ST. JEAN:  C. T. Carbonneau, presiilent; E. Z. Hamel, director.

LA SOCIETE PERMANENTE DE CONSTRUCTION DU DISTRICT IBERVILLE:  Office, 69 Jacques Cartier street. H. Marchand, president; Thomas Sheridan, vice-president; T. A. Bernier, H. Moreau, J. S. Messier, A. Davignon and Alexander Macdonald, directors; Edouard L’Ecuyer, secretary-treasurer.

ST. JOHNS CRICKET AND LACROSSE CLUB: J. B. Stewart, president; A. J. Wight, vice-president; John A. Tees, secretary and treasurer. The number of members is 61.

UNITED STATES CONSULATE.
Robert J. Saxe, consul; John Donaghy, vice-consul; office 4 Richelieu street.

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL OF THE COUNTY OF ST. JOHNS.
L. L. Roy., mayor of Blairfindie, warden, P.O. address L’Acadie; Wm. H. Vanvliet, mayor of Lacolle, P.O.
address Lacolle; Cyrille Hebert, mayor St. Valentin, P.O. address St. Valentin; Charles Hebert. mayor of
the Parish of St. Johns, P.O. address St. Johns; Jean Baptiste Baillargeon, mayor of St. Luc, P.O. address St. Luc; Secretary-treasurer, Eugene Archambeault, St. Johns; delegates: the warden, and Charles Hebert and Jean Baptiste Baillargeon.

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL OF THE PARISH OF ST. JOHNS.
Charles Hebert, mayor, P.O. address St. Johns; Moise Pinsonneault,  Napoleon Poutre, Benjamin Smith,
Moise Roy, Jean Baptiste Oligny, Alexander Lanoue, councillors, P.O. address St. Johns; Eugene Archambeault, secretary-treasurer.

JUDICIAL OFFICERS FOR THE DISTRICT OF IBERVILLE.
H. W. Chagnon, judge; Charland & Marchand, joint prothonotary of the Superior Court, joint clerk of
the Circuit Court, and joint clerk of the Peace and Crown; Charles Belanger, deputy do; Charles Nolin,
sheriff; J. E. Z. Bouchard, deputy do; F. X. Lanier, crier and high constable; Etienne Guillot, jailer.

BAILIFFS FOR THE DISTRICT OF IBERVILLE.
Ambroise Moisant, Napierville; Michel Moisant, St. Johns; Joseph Brunelle, Napierville; Hypolite Gervais, Iberville; F. X. Lanier, St. Johns; Michel Marcoux, St. Alexandre; Joseph Rheaume, St. Valentin; Francois Tanguay, Ste. Bridget; Joseph Pepin, St. Michel Archange; Jacob Dupuis, St. Johns; Pierre Gagne, Sherrington; Amable Santeire, St. Remi; Louis Lemaire, Henryville; David Lareau, Lacolle; Noah Boright, Lacolle; Moise Rheaume, St. Valentin; Thomas Auger, St. Gregoire; Edouard Marcoux, St. Johns; Nicolas Belouin, St. Edward; Pierre Campbell, St. Sabastien; Arthur Lanier, Iberville; Toussaint Moisan, Napierville; Henri Alderic Hamelin, St. Michel Archange.
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I am not related that much to these people on this wedding picture.

So why I am writing about them on this blog?

Lovely Rita

Courtesy Carole H.

Frobe Caron and Evelina Couet wedding: 15 May 1922

In the front is Rita Couet, Evelina’s niece (brother Donat’s daughter). Seated are Evelina and Frobe. The back row (l-r) is: Aurore Garant (sister of Evelina) Donat Couet (brother of Evelina) Wilfred Caron (brother of Frobe) Amanda Caron (sister of Frobe)

So why I am writing about them on this blog?

Because Frobe is related, and I love wedding pictures, and I got permission from Carole to write about these people.

I knew all about Frobe Caron’s maternal ancestors since 2009. His mother was Alice Lagasse, the daughter of Pierre Adolphe Lagasse.  I wrote about Pierre Adolphe Lagasse in 2009 on this post. I wrote about Alice Lagasse here in 2012.

Two years in waiting to search for your ancestors…

I have a lot to share if you are related to these people on that wedding picture.

Lovely Rita

Please write…

Gold Star Mothers Day

Pierre Lagacé:

Odna Lagasse Ritchie was one…

She was a Gold Star Mother twice.

William Ritchie and Robert Ritchie

William Ritchie and Robert Ritchie

Originally posted on pacificparatrooper:

Gold Star Mother plaque

Gold Star Mother plaque

The Gold Star Mother’s Club was started after the First War to End All Wars.

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A living serviceman has a blue star on the banner, the deceased troops are assigned the gold star.

Aletta Sullivan

Aletta Sullivan

The single most famous Gold Star Mother (and rightly so…) was Aletta Sullivan, mother of the 5 Sullivan brothers.

Memorial at Yonkers, NY

Memorial at Yonkers, NY

Memorial at Stanton Plaza, Manchester, NH

Memorial at Stanton Plaza, Manchester, NH

The Gold Star Mothers deserved our honor and respect and especially on this day.

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Click on images to enlarge.

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FOR ANYONE WHO OWNS A CELL PHONE!!

*or has a child that does *

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Lovely Rita

Lovely Rita was not a meter maid… not even a bridesmaid.

Lovely Rita

I still have a few other posts in the draft section that I want to publish, but this wedding picture has been on the back burner for quite awhile. I was really burning to post it and share all I know about these people.

Burning since 2012!

I just love wedding pictures.

If you have been reading this blog since 2009 then you know how I love wedding pictures.

This is a kind of a spin-off to How I met your ancestors? In fact this preceeds all that I had found about my close relatives.

This is the wedding of Frobe Caron and Evelina Couet.

Lovely Rita is the little flower girl.
Lovely Rita

Courtesy Carole H.

Lovely Rita must have been very proud to have been chosen as the flower girl. Rita is not a close relative, just by marriage. She’s the daughter of Donat Couet and Mary Lapointe.

Not much about the Couets on the Internet.

For now that is.

Carole is the one who has shared this picture. She has shared a few more since 2012 that I can now show you in the upcoming weeks.