McAlpine’s York and Carleton Counties Directory for 1884-85 Page 150

Page 150 of the McAlpine's York and Carleton Counties Directory for 1884-85

Page 150 of the McAlpine's York and Carleton Counties Directory for 1884-85

[ABBREVIATIONS (found on page 17)  –ab above; adv advertisement; asst assistant; bds boards; cor corner; do same place or same street; dept department; e s east side; h house; n near; n s north side; opp opposite; r rear; rev reverend; s s south side; wid widow; w s west side; n north; s south; e east; w west; bet between.]

[Towns, Villages and Settlements in York County continued]

Transcription:

YORK COUNTY.

C. & E. Everett’s, Hatters, 11 King street, St. John.

[NASHWAAK BRIDGE continued]
Urquhart Alexander, farmer, p o Nashwaak bridge
Urquhart Daniel, farmer, p o Nashwaak bridge
Urquhart James, farmer, p o Nashwaak bridge
URQUHART JOHN, farmer, p o Nashwaak bridge

NASHWAAK ROAD.
Coughlan Alexander, farmer, p o Nashwaak bridge
Coughlan Alfred, farmer, p o Nashwaak bridge
Coughlan Thomas, farmer, p o Nashwaak bridge
Coughlan William, farmer, p o Nashwaak bridge
Craig Peter, farmer, p o Nashwaak bridge
Craig Robert, farmer, p o Nashwaak bridge
FOWLER CHAS, farmer, p o Nashwaak bridge
Fowler Samuel, farmer, p o Nashwaak bridge
Lipsett James, farmer, p o Nashwaak bridge
Lipsett Robert, farmer, p o Nashwaak bridge
McGivney James, farmer, p o Nashwaak bridge
McGivney Lyman, farmer, p o Nashwaak bridge
McGivney Matthew, farmer, p o Nashwaak bridge
McGIVNEY RICHARD, general dealer, p o Nashwaak bridge
McGivney Wellington, farmer, p o Nashwaak bridge
McLaggan Alexander, farmer, p o Nashwaak bridge
McLAGGAN JAS, farmer, p o Nashwaak bridge
McLaggan John, farmer, p o Nashwaak bridge
McLaggan Miles, farmer, p o Nashwaak bridge
McLaggan Peter, farmer, p o Nashwaak bridge
McLaggan Peter jr, farmer, p o Nashwaak bridge
McLaggan Thomas, farmer, p o Nashwaak bridge
McLaggan William, farmer, p o Nashwaak bridge
Sullivan Alexander, farmer, p o Nashwaak bridge
SULLIVAN JAS, farmer, p o Nashwaak bridge
Sullivan James jr, farmer, p o Nashwaak bridge

NASHWAAK VILLAGE.
Abernathy Robert, farmer, p o Nashwaak village
Baxter Charles, farmer, Kentville sett, p o Nashwaak village
Bell George, farmer, p o Nashwaak village
BRADLEY WM H, blacksmith, p o Nashwaak village
Brown George, farmer, p o Nashwaak village
Brown Isaac, laborer, p o Nashwaak village
Brown Myles, farmer, p o Nashwaak village
Bubar Mrs Samuel, p o Nashwaak village
Cook Samuel, farmer, p o Nashwaak village
COOK S, Exchange Hotel, p o Nashwaak village
Copperthwaite Reuben, farmer, p o Nashwaak village
Dennison Benjamin, farmer, p o Nashwaak village
Dunphey Marvin, farmer, p o Nashwaak village
Dunphey Odber, farmer, p o Nashwaak village
Estey Stephen, farmer, p o Nashwaak village

J. J. Weddall, Importer and Dealer in Dry Goods, Fredericton.

[There are five places listed with “Nashwaak” in its name in the Provincial Archives “Where is Home? New Brunswick Communities Past and Present” database for York County.  There is Nashwaak south of Durham Bridge on the Canadian National Railway line to Penniac, Nashwaak near Taymouth, Nashwaak Bridge on the east side of the Nashwaak River, Nashwaak Station in Devon and Nashwaak Village on the west side of the Nashwaak River.  All are in Saint Mary’s Parish.]

[McAlpine’s York and Carleton Counties Directory for 1884-85 Page 13 – Index]

[McAlpine’s York and Carleton Counties Directory for 1884-85 Page 5 – Title Page]

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