1851   Lovell's Directory 

Clarenceville , Quebec

 A village situated in the Seigniory of Noyan, County of Rouville C E. Distant from Philipsburgh 10 miles.


Barber
J
Doctor

Inglis
Rev. E  S
Church of England
Brainerd & Shattuck

General store

LaFlin
U
Doctor
Clark
P
Tailor

Morrison
W F
Shoemaker
Clark
J
Innkeeper

Speirs
 A M
Builders
Curtis
Edward
Farmer

Stewart
C
Collector of customs, postmaster
Evans
Charles
Carriage maker

Taylor
James
Blacksmith
Foster
Richard
Carriage maker

Townsend
Rev. M
Church of England
Harrington
E W
Chair Factory








Mitchel & Co's Canada Classified Directory  1865-66   (pages 602-728)

Clarenceville, Quebec

Blacksmiths
Taylor, Ira

Hotel
Smith, U.M.
Boot & shoemakers
St John , S.S.

Justice of Peace
Gunn, G.
Hunter, John
Smith, U. M.
Brick Manufactures
Belliny, E.

Mason & Bricklayers
Taylor, A.

Broom Manufactures
Eddy, Peter  H.
Eddy, Omri

Physician & Surgeon
Dupuis, Joseph
Carriage & waggon makers
Dunberry, C.
Derby, J.

Plasterers
Taylor, A
Coal & wood dealers
Vaughan, Amos H.

Tin,Copper, Sheet Iron works
Derick ,Frederick U.
Dry Goods Merchants
Benoit, H. H.
Duck, F. W.

Wood Turners
Curtis , Enoch
General Merchants
Bouwart & Brother
Macfie & Townsend
Simpson & Derick





1871   Lovell's Directory

CLARENCEVILLE , QUEBEC

A village in the parish of St George, seignory de Noyan and Foucault, county of Missisquoi, district of Bedford. Erected a protestant parish by Lord Dalhoisie MAy 10 , 1822. It is a  Port of Entry. Distant from Lacolle, a station of the Montreal, St Jean and Rousses Point branch of the Grand Trunk  railway 3 miles, from philipsburg 12 miles, from pike River 12 miles, from Montreal 48 miles. Mail daily, Population about 800


Audet
Pierre
Laborer
x
Ellis
Thomas
Carpenter
x
Robertson
John
Cheesefactory
Bush
Hiram Cyrus
Farmer

Glasgow
Robert
Farmer

Rowe
C S
MAYOR, Farmer
Bush
Ira Isaiah
of St John, Sawyer & Bush

Hunter
John
Farmer

Salls
Daniel
Farmer
Carter
Brock
Physican & Surgeon

Johnson
George Washington
J. P. , Commissioner of small causes

Sargent
Charles
Farmer
Clarenceville Academy
Nye, Henry W
Principal

Leinahan
Patrick
Tailor

Sawyer
Charles Henry
of St John, Sawyer &
 Bush
Clarenceville Hotel
Martindale, Arlin
Porprietor
(Travellers will find good
 accomadation at reasonable prices)

McFee
Albert
Harnessmaker

Simpson
William Langdon
Dealer in dry goods,
groceries, provisions
,boots,shoes, hardware,
produce & etc
Colton
David
Baliff

McNeil
John
Farmer

Smith
Uziel Mortimer
J.P. , MAYOR, Farmer
Colton
Henry
Farmer

Martindale
Arlin
Proprietor Clarenceville Hotel

St John
Charles Hall
Shoemaker
Derick
Alonzo
Farmer

Nye
Rev Henry
W
Church of England

St John
Lucius D
of St John, Sawyer & Bush
Derick
Ashal Hawley
Assistant postmaser:
Dealer in dry good, groceries,provisions,boots
,shoes,readymade clothing , produce, patent medecine & etc

O'Neil
Miss MAry Ann
Dressmaker

St John
Thomas  Power
Shoemaker
Derick
Frederick Uriah
Tinsmith

O'Neil
Miss Sarah
Dressmaker

St John, Sawyer & Bush

Dealers in dry goods, groceries,provisions,
hardware,boots and shoes 7 etc
Dunberry
Mrs Mary Ann
widow of Charles

Palmer
Samuel
Harnessmaker

Stewart
Charles
Postmaster, Collector of Customs, Colonel commanding reserve Militia
Dupuis
Joseph
Doctor

Picard
Frederick
Carpenter

Townsend
Rev Micajah
Rector
Dunernet
Rev. Edward
Church of England

Reynolds
John
Sexton

Westwood
Alexander
Carpenter



Clarenceville Listing most likley later than 1871, however no date was recorded on cut out from the Easter Townships Directoy ( some information if so faded that it cannot be read - attempts will be made to locate original book )

Clarenceville  - Noyan township, Missisquoi Co. Village 4½ miles east of  Lacolle, on GTR and 16 west of Bedford, the nearest bank. Population 250.  Mail Daily. Telephone connection.



Bissell
C H
Blacksmith

Derrick
T H
Hotel
Blair
Israel
Shoemaker

Dupuis
J J
Druggist and Physician
Burwert
C N
Floor and Feed

Evans
Milo
Blacksmith
Burwert
E H
Blacksmith

McFee
Albert
Harnessmaker
Clipsham
Rev J W
Methodist

Noel
Emery
Carriagemaker
Cockerline
Wm
Undertaker

Salls
Seymour
Hotel
Contois
Felix
Blacksmith

Struthers
James
Carriagemaker
Dean
W
General Store

Swan
Mary J
Millinery
Dereck
Asabel H
General Store and Postmaster




Derrick
F W
Tinware








Biographic Directory of Subscrivers in the  Eastern Townships and Southwestern Quebec
UNDATED ( probably after 1876)

TOWNSHIP OF ST GEORGE :  Clarenceville

Beerwort
C N
Manager: Clarenceville Building Society, Clarenceville.
Owns 65 acres Lot 15, Con 5 :Born in township 1855

Jameson 
Mrs  J J Is owner of 200 acres on Con 8 : was born in Dublin , Ireland 1827 ; came to the county 1832 P O address Venise
Bush
Hiram C
Farmer and Bailiff : Resides on Lot 12, Con  5 owning 120 acres:
Is a Captain of Cavalry : Born in  Canada 1835 : P O Address Clarenceville

Martin
P C
Proprietor  Hotel Clarenceville, : Born here 1842 :P O address Clarenceville
Creller
R H
Farmer on Lot 10 Con 7 ; Owns 216 acres ;
Was a Councillor for  eight years;
Born in township 1815, P O Address Clarenceville

Macfie
Robert
Farmer : owner of  296 acres lot 5 Con 9 and 10 Has been Mayor for several terms Is of Scottish decent and was born on the Atlantic ocean in 1824. P O address Aird
Derick
A H
General Storekeeper and Postmaster at Clarenceville :
Owns 74 acres in the township; Born 1838 in St Thomas Twp ;Came here in 1848

Macfie
W M
Farmer on lots 2 and 3 Con 8 and 9  , 250 acres»: Has held the office of School Commissioner for 9 years  P O address Aird
DuVernet
Rev E
Pastor of St George's Church at Clarenceville;
Was born in India  1826; Came to Canada 1859

Miller
H
Farmer,; Is owner of lot, 6 and 7, Cons 6 and 7 ; 222 acres. Born in Ireland 1809. Has lived in this county sine 1821 P O address Clarenceville
Is tEdy
Peter H
Farmer on Lot 9 Con 9 : He owns 175 acres:
Born in Clarenceville 1813: P O address Nutt's Corners

Nutt
David
Farmer and Postmaster Nutt's Corners. He owns 100 acres. Acts a Consul Agent for the united States. is a native of the county , Born 1805
Edy
Omri
Farmer on Lots 6 and 7 Con 9: and owns 175 acres .
Has been Councillor ;Was born in Clarenceville 1829 : P O address Nutt's Corners

Pattison
W M
Collector of Customs at Clarenceville and was the first Official Assignee in the District of Bedford He owns 50 acres lf lot 14 , Con 4 : Born in New York City 1828: Settled in this county 1850. P o Address Clarenceville
Evans
Myron
Blacksmith and farmer on lot 15 Con 4 : He owns 5 acres ; Born in the county 1839 Settled here 1851 P O address Clarenceville

Reynolds
R H
Farmer on Lot 4 Con 9 ; Owns 130 acres ; Born in St Armand township 1850 ; P O Address Aird
French
D E
Farmer  Owner of  170 acres Lot 12 Con6 ; Was born in Clarenceville 1839 ; Is »secretary of a  Good Tempar Lodge : P O address Clarenceville

Salls
Daniel
Farmer: Is owner of 43 acres in lot 11 and 69 in  lot 12 Con 4 : Was bor n in the township 1812 P O address Clarenceville
French
W H
Farmer and money lender : he owns 182 acres of lots 10 and 11 Con 6. Has been Mayor,: Born in Clarenceville 1813. P O Address Clarenceville

Scriver
James
Farmer : He owns 180 acres in lot 11 and 12  Con 6 and 7 : was Chairman of the School Commissioners ; Born Hemmingford Township and came to this county when young. P O Address Clarenceville
Fairfield
W L
Teacher Clarenceville : Born in St Sebastien parish 1861

Stewart
Rev John
Minister of the Methodist Church at Clarenceville: Born in Ireland 1837 : Came to this county 1877
Hawley
Stoddard
Farmer on lot 9 Con 9: own 175 acres in the township : Is a School Commissioner ;Was born in Clarenceville 1828 p O address Nutt's Corners

Sawyer 
D H
Farmer on Lots  Con 6 and 7 : Owns 102 acres  Born in township 1839 ; P O Address Clarenceville
Hilliker
Sidney
Farmer and speculator :Owner of 90 acres Lot 4 Con 9 ; Is  Inspector: Born in vermont and came to county 1834 (1854) P O Address Aird

Taylor
Ira
Resides in Clarenceville:He farmed 243 acres in Stanstead township, Standstead County for years: Is a canadian, ;Born 1822
Hunter
John
Farmer he owns 335 acres in township. is a J. P. and has been Mayor for 8 years. Born in Ireland Came here 1830 : Residense and P O address Clarenceville

Vosburgh
Mrs E M
Farmer on  Lot 14 , Con 6, owning 52 acres ; Born in the township in 1853; P O address Clarenceville
Hunter
Thomas
Farmer on Lot 7 Con 8 and own 121 acres. Is Postmaster at venise and is also a Commissioner of Court for Small Causes : Was born in the township 1837

Wheeler
E M
Farmer: he owns 268 acres  of Lots 4, 5 and 6 , Con 8: He was a councillor for some time: Born here 1826 : P O Address Venise
Jameson
C B
Farmer :He owns 100 acres Lot 4, 5 and 6 Con 8 `Born in township  1837 : P O address Venise

Young
P R
M.D. - Physican and Surgeon, Clarenceville: Gratuated at the McGill College, Montreal : was bon in the township 1859; Came here in 1876











1871 Lovell's Directory

AIRD, Quebec

A small village on the west shore of  Missisquoi Bay on the boundry line dividing Canada from the United States.  In the Parish of St George de Clarenceville, seigniory of Noyan and Foucault, county of Missisquoi, district of Bedford. Distant from missisquoi Bay 8 Miles, from Philipsburg 18 Miles, from St Armand, a station of the Vermont Central railway, 15 miles. Mail tri-weekly . population 50


Cook
Mrs , widow of John Farmer
Curtis
James
Farmer
Derrick & Hawley

Storekeepers
Derrick
Thomas Hawley
of Derrick & Hawley
Hawley
John Selim
of Derrick & Hawley
Hiliker
Arthur Saxe
Storekeeper
Hiliker
Nelson

Macfie
Robert
J.P.  , Councillor
Miller
William
Blacksmith
Tétreau
Louis
Shoemaker




1871 Lovell's Directory

NUTT'S CORNERS, Quebec

A small place in the parish of St George de Clarenceville, seigniory of Foucault, county of Missisquoi, district of Bedford. Distant from philipsburg 10 miles, from Des Rivières, a station on the Vermont Central railway 12 miles fare 75c. From Bedford the county seat 15 miles. Mail tri-weekly. Popuplation about 50


Creller
Thomas Ramson
Assistant postmaster
XXX
Hawley
John Asahel
Farmer
Dean
Calvin  R
Farmer

Hawley
Reuben
Farmer
Drew
Theodore
Farmer

Hawley
Stoddart
Farmer
Edy
Peter H
Farmer

Nutt
David
Postmaster, Baliff, Farmer
Hawley
Asabel
Farmer

Sears
John
Farmer
Hawley
Edy
Farmer

Taylor
A
Farmer




Undated but after 1871 - Eastern Townships Directory

Nutt's Corners  - Clarenceville township, Missisquoi county, P O & miles east of Lacolle, on GTR and 13 southwest of Bedford, the nearest bank, Population 100, Mail daily

Bissell
L H
Sawmill
Creller
 G A Carpenter
Hawley
D F
Apiarist
Hawley
J A
Postmaster and Justice of Peace



1871 Lovell's Directory

NOYAN, QUEBEC

A village in the parish of St Thomas de Foucault , seigniory of Sabrevois, county of Missisquoi, district of Bedford. A Ferry boat crosses between Lacolle and this palce. Distant from Lacolle, a station of the Montreal, St John's and Rouses Point railway 2 miles, from Clarenceville 3 miles. Mail tri weekly. population about 150

Derrick
Charles
Farmer
XXX
Kemp
Robert
Ferryman
Derrick
Lyman
Storekeeper

Landry
Pierre
Farmer
Derrick
Norman  H
Farmer

Ledoux
Mrs
widow of Jean Baptiste
Derrick
Robert
Hotelkeeper

Rourke
Andrew
Shoemaker
Derrick
Simon
Farmer

Simpson
David
Wheelright
Derrick
T B
Postmaster, Farmer

Spears
John D
Blacksmith
Derrick
William
Farmer, Trader

Trépanier
Horace
MAYOR, Farmer
Fox
Samuel
Shoemaker

Vaughan
G
Farmer
Johnson
John D
J. P. , Commissioner of small causes, Farmer and Trader
( Resides about 3 miles south of village)

Wilson
William
Farmer




Undated - but after 1871   Eastern Townships Directory

Noyan - Sabrevois  township, Missisquoi cCounty,  1½ miles east of Lacolle, on the GTR, and 16 miles south west of Bedford the nearest bank, Population 120, Mail daily

Derick
L H
General Store
Derick
Wm J
Postmaster and General Store
Johnson
H
Lumber and Coal
Reomby
John
Railway and Express Agent
Robinson
T G
Carriagemaker
Spears
J D
Blacksmith
Struthers & Derick

Butchers




Biographic Directory of Subscrivers in the  Eastern Townships and Southwestern Quebec
UNDATED ( most likley after 1876)

Township of St Thomas   - Noyan  

Brown
Edward
Farmer On Lot 9 and 10 Con 1 :Owns 200 acres ;Was born in the Township 1811 P O Address Noyan

Derick
N H
Frmer  on lot 13 Con 2 and owning 115 acres: Was former Games Warden and School Commissioner : Born in the township 1826 ;P O address Noyan
Cochran
R
Farmer on Lot 1 Con 3 : Owns  110 acres : Has held various principal offices : Is a J.P. : Born Ireland 1824 : Came to county 1832
P O Address Clarenceville

Derick
R B
Farmer ; He owns 90 acres of lot 8 Con 3 :was born here  1858 P O Address Miranda
Campbell
J S
Owners of 529 acres in lots 3 ,4 ,5,10 and 13 , Con 1,2 and 3 :
Born in township ; P O address Noyan  Is a J . P

Gunn
Elisabeth
Farming on Lot 11 Con 1 : P O Address Noyan: Was born in Argyle N Y 1801:Settled in this county 1821
Campbell
S C
Was a Councillor

Johnson
J D
Farmer and speculator: Owns 200 acres of lots 4 and 5 Con 3 : Is present MAYOR and also J P : Born in township 1827 P O Address Miranda
Dean
J W
General Store Keeper and farmer on lot 1 Con $ : Owner of 138 acres in Lot 6 Con 4 and 5 and lot 1 in Con 4 ; Breader of thoroughbred stock Was born in the township 1847 : P O Address Alburg Vetmont

Johnson
Mrs C
Engaged in farming : Owner of 52 acres, Lot 17 and 11 acres Lot 18 Con 2 ; also 88 acres Lot 17 Con 3 : Born in London Ont 1839, came to county 1859 : P O address Noyan
Derby
P M
Farmer and speculator : He owns 150 acres in lot 8 and 9 Con 4 St Thomas twp and 45 acres of lot ( and 10 Con 5 St george Twp: Born in this township 1839: P O adderess Clarenceville

McCallum
James
He owns 100 acres of Lot 2 Con 1 : Has held various offices : Was born in the township 1831 P O Address Miranda

Derick
W J
General Merchant, trader and Postmaster at Noyan : Owns 135 acres of lot 12 Con 2 and  Lot 16 Con 1 : He has held office as a Councillor and School Commissioner : Born in the township 1829

Rowe
G J
Farmer : Resides on Lot 2 Con 3 : Is the owner of 500 acres in the wonship, valued at $30,000. : Was born here in 1824 P O address Clarenceville
Derick
W F
Farmer on Lot 5 Con 1 and owns 50 acres in the twonship: Born in St John's Co 1820, Came to this County in 1839 : P O Address Noyan

Rowe
C S
Farmer and  speculator
Owner of 45 acres of  Lot 15 Con 3 ; IsColonel of the 60th Regiment : Has been Mayor of Clarenceville 3 years ; P O Address Clarenceville
Derick
P C
Farmer : Heowns 264 acres in the township: 98 acres in Lot 11, 77 in Lot 12 and 56 in Lot 14 Con 1 : 33 acres of lot 12 Con 2 : Has held various municipal offices and is also a J. P. : was born in the wonship 1808 ; P O Adress Noyan

Sawyer
C H
General Store Keeper at Clarenceville:
He owns 33 acres in the township : Has been Clerk to the Commissioner's Court : Born here 1847
Derick
George
Farmer :  He owns  80 acres of Lots 8 ,9 and 10 Con 4 : Has been a Councillor: Born here 1814 : P O Address Miranda

Struthers
 J H
Farmer; Owner of 450 acres in thetownship, situated on the 1st,2nd,and 3rd Concessions ; Was a Councillor for some time: Has lived in the township since 1832 P O Address Noyan
Empty Cell



Smith
Ida L
Teacher : was born in St John's Co Quebec in 1849 ;Came to this county 1872
P O Address Clarenceville






1871 Lovell's Directory

Des Rivières Quebec

A small village in the township of Stanbridge, parish of Notre Dame des Anges , county of Missisquoi. It is a station of the Montreal and Vermont Junction railway at which all trains stop. The Montreal telegraph Co has an office here . distant from Montreal 40 miles. the daily stage fro Henryville and Clarenceville starts from this station. Mail daily, population about 100. The Post Office is called Malmaison.


Bissonnet
Moise
Farmer
XXX
Fraser William Farmer
Broomhover
George
Switchman

Lagacé
Stanislas
Laborer
Cartier
Toussaint
Laborer

Lanthier
Alexandre
Postmaster, Station Agent, Operator Montreal Telegraph Co
Choquet
Moise
Wheelwright

Leblanc
Règis
Laborer
Corey
Miss Alzina


Montral Telegraph Co

Alexander Lanthier
Operator
Côté
Pierre
Farmer

Plante
Francois
Miller
Crothers James Saw mill
Thérien
Noel
Farmer
Desrivières Francois Guillaume J P , Grist mill
Thérien
Pierre
Storekeeper

Township of Stanbridge about 1876

Des Rivières  G F -  Gentleman - Is owner of 400 acres in Lots 15, 16,17,and 18 Concession 9
                                     Was born in Montreal in 1810 and came to this county two years later
                                     P. O Address  Malmaison



1871  Lovell's Directory

Venise, ( en Québec) Quebec

A small village in the parish of St George de Clarenceville, seigniory of Noyan, county of Missisquoi, district of  Bedford
Distant from DesRivières, a station on the Vermont Central railway 5 miles, from Philipsburg 5 miles from Bedford the CHEF LIEU of the county 7 miles, from Clarenceville 7  miles. Mail semi weekly. Population about 120

Crothers
Robert
Farmer
XXX
Leroy Damase Farmer
Cubitt
Willaim
Farmer

Mandigo
Amos Farmer
Ducharme
Christophe
Farmer

Mandigo
Iram Farmer
Ducharme
Edouard
Farmer

Mandigo Levi S Farmer
Girard
Edouard
Farmer

Maskil Richard
Hunter
Thomas
Postmaster, Farmer

Polinder
Jean Bapiste Farmer
Jacques
Antoine
Farmer

Polinder Jérémiah Farmer
Jameson
Henry
Farmer

Sewell
Ramson
Farmer
Jameson
James  C
Farmer

Wheeler
Ephrem M
Farmer




1871 Lovell's Directory

Sabrevois Quebec

A village partly in the parish of St Athanse, partly in that of St Grégoire, seigniory of Monnoir, county and district of iberville. It contains a fine college under the superintendence of Ministers of the Church of England. Distant from River Richelieu 1 mile, from  Henryville 5 miles, from St Johns , a station of the Montreal, St johns and Rousses Point , Vermont Central and Stanstead , Shefford and Chambly railways 8 miles, from Stanbridge 13 miles, from montreal 35 miles fare $1.25. Mail tri-weekly. population about 175

Brian
Joseph
Grocer
XXX
Meunier Mrs Julie widow of Joseph M
Brosseau
Noel  (jr)
Farmer

Miller Jesse Farmer
Brosseau
Noel (sr0
Hotel Keeper

Reil Jean Baptiste Blacksmith
Bower
John  J
Farmer

Rondeau Miss Schoolteacher
Chenest
Toussaint
Farmer

Roy Francois Laborer
Jones
Stephen H
Grain Dealer

Roy Rev Edouard Director of Sabrevois College
Jones
Thomas
Postmaster, Colonel of Militia, Commissioner of small causes

Ryan Thomas Farmer
Lebeau
Prudent
Farmer

Sabrevois College Rev E Roy Director
Lewis
Mrs P B
Principal of Sabrevois Girl's School

Sabrevois Mission Girls School Rev B P Lewis Pastor
Lewis
Rev B P
Church of England

White Albert Farmer
McFarlane
John
Grocer

White Salis Captian
McGillivray
James
MAYOR

Wright Robert Farmer



1871 Lovell's Directoy

St Sébastien, Quebec

A Thriving village in the seignoriys of Noyan and Sabrevois , distrit and county of iberville. The River Richelieu passes at a distance of 5 miles west. Distant from Desrivières a station on the Vermont Central railway 6 miles, fare 25c, from Isle aux Noix 8 miles, from Clarenceville 8 Miles, from Montreal 41 miles. Mail daily, population about 300


Alexandre
Abraham
Church trustee
XX
Fairfield
Richard
Harnessmaker
XX
Lecompte
Jean Baptiste
Farmer
Bechand
Eusèbe
Laborer

Ferland
Hubert
Church trustee

Lefebvre
Paul
Architect and Undertaker
Boivin
Felix
Church trustee

Fortin
Anthime
Joiner

Létourneau
Ferdinand
Church trustee, Farmer
Boivin
Francois
School commissioner

Gaudreau
Joseph E
Notary Public, Secretary-treasurer of council and school

Létourneau
Jean Baptiste
Farmer
Bonneau & Demers

Storekeepers

Gaudreau
Pierre
Laboroer

Lord
Jules
Joiner
Bower
Richard
MAYOR

Girard
Felix
Clerk, Assistant postmaster, clerk Commissioner court

Mailloux
Aubin
School commissioner
Brault
David
Farmer

Girard
Julien
Commissioner of small causes, Church trustee

Marchessault
Moise (jr)
Church trustee
Brault
Jean Baptiste
Baker

Giroux
Alaric
School commissioner

Martin
Moise
Church trustee
Brodeur
Pierre
Laborer

Gosselin
Bruno
Councillor

Methé
David J.P.
Brosseau
Hypolite
School commissioner

Greene
Herman
Commissioner of small causes

Methé Isaie J.P.
Brouillet Pierre Shoemaker
Hugron
Eustache
Blacksmith

Morin Jérémie Grocer
Campbell Médard Joiner
Hunter
Thomas
Secretary treasurer of Dissentient Schools

Neville Thomas Church trustee
Campbell Michel (jr) Councillor, Scool commissioner
Lafond & Brothers

Storekeepers

Roy Jean Baptiste Councillor
Campbell
School teacher
Lafond
Cyfroi
of Lafond & Brothers

Roy Napoléon Councillor
Charon Magloire Commissioner of small causes
Lafond
Lucien
 of Lafond  & Brothers

Paquet Clément Trader
Cyr Mrs Marceline
widow of Julien

Lamoureaux
Jules
Trader

Tétrault Léandre Laborer
Dufort
T Apollinaire
Doctor

Lamoureaux
Luc
J P , Postmaster, commissioner of small causes

Thérien Wilfred Laborer
Dupont
Laurent
Carriagemaker

Lamoureaux
Pierre
Hotel keeper

Thibault Benjamin Church Trustee
Dupuy
Rev Jean Baptiste
Roman Catholic

Laneou
Louis





Duval
Guillaume
Church trustee

Larivière
Christophe
Sexton