Please remember that townships in 1851 have moved from one county to another as the boundries changed. Brant County was not officially formed until 1852. There is no index for this so please use you browser's "find" feature as you search for names. The use of upper and lower case letters are copied as the original was printed. This information is brought to you through the kind efforts of Linda Asberry. Thank you Linda!
A Village in the Township of Brantford and United Counties of Wentworth and Halton, C.W., ---distant from Brantford, 5 miles--usual stage fare, 1s. 3d.---distant from Hamilton, 30 miles---usual stage fare, 6s. 3d. Population about 200.
ALPHABETICAL LIST OF PROFESSIONS, TRADES, &C.
Cook, Abraham, J.P.,
postmaster and produce merchant
Cook, Alexander, J.D., physician and surgeon
Jones, W. L. general merchant
Biggar, H., deputy township reeve
Bingham, J., innkeeper
Brice, G., blacksmith
Bryning, Rev. J., Church of Scotland
Chapman, G. W., boots and shoes
Collett, C., tailor
Ellis, J., cabinetmaker
Foster, Francis, merchant
Hargrave, A., boots and shoes
Haight, E., fuller
M'Ewen, A., merchant
Skay, George, boots and shoes
Soules, J., cabinetmaker
Sturgeis, William, carpenter
Tennent, J., tailor
Tennent, R., boots and shoes
Townsend, A., carriage factory
End of Mount Pleasant
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