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POST OFFICES AND POSTMASTERS OF LANARK & RENFREW COUNTIES

           Transcribed from a set of Hart's Canadian Almanac found in the Perth Museum.

POSTMASTERS OF LANARK COUNTY
OfficeTownshipStarted1866187018711872
AlmonteRamsay1859James H.
Wylie
James H.
Wylie
James H.
Wylie
AppletonRamsay1857Albert
Teskey
Albert TeskeyAlbert Teskey
BaldersonBathurst1858A.McDonaldJ.W. CowieJ.W. Cowie
Bennie's
Corners
Ramsay1853Alex.
Leishman
Alex.
Leishman
Alex.
Leisham
BolingbrokeS.Sherbrooke1865John KorryJohn KorryJohn Korry
Carleton PlaceBeckwith1830P.
Struthers
P. StruthersP. Struthers
Cedar HillPakenham1861S.
Dickson
P. ConneryJ. Connery
ClaytonRamsay1858 as
Bellamy's
Mills
O. Banning,
jr.
O. Banning,
jr.
O. Banning,
jr.
DoranBathurst1857W. DoranW. DoranW. Doran
ElliotBathurst1869
Wm.
McClellan
Wm.
McClellan
Wm.
McClennan
ElphinN.Sherbrooke1871?


Isaac Blumberg
FallbrookBathurst1870
Wm. SmithWm. Smith
Ferguson's
Falls
Drummond1853Robert
Hicks
Robert HicksRobert Hicks
FranktownBeckwith1832E. McEwenE. McEwenE. McEwen
Glen TayBathurst1867
Robert
Sutherland
Robert
Sutherland
John
Hargrave
HamletN. Burgess1865Patrick
Byrne
John ByrneMichael
Stanley
HarperBathurst1864Joseph
Warren
Joseph
Warren
Joseph
Warren
HopetownLanark1853W. RankinW. RankinW. RankinJohn White, jr.
InnisvilleDrummond1851Thomas
Code
Thomas CodeThomas Code
LanarkLanark1823A.G. HallW.
Robertson
W.
Robertson
LavantLavant1868
Arch.
Browning
Arch.
Browning
MaberlyS. Sherbrooke1865John
McGregor
John
McGregor
Isaac Goldman
McDonald's
Corners
Dalhousie1853Hugh
McLean
William
Chalmers
William
Chalmers
William Lock
MiddlevilleLanark1853W. CroftW. CroftW. Croft
MontagueMontague1859Peter
Clark
Peter ClarkPeter Clark
N. MontagueMontague1865W.H.
Stewart
Closed 1869
PakenhamPakenham1832Alex.
Fowler
Alex. FowlerAlex. Fowler
PerthDrummond1816W.J.
Morris
Thomas CairnsThomas Cairns
PlayfairBathurst1858G.C. MillsG.C. MillsG.C. Mills
PolandDalhousie1860D. McIntosh[no name]Moses Poal
Port ElmsleyN. Elmsly1852J. Mc-
Cormack
John ElliottJohn Elliott
ProspectBeckwith1853John
Burrows
William
Burrows
William
Burrows
RamsayRamsay1837Changed to Almonte in 1859
RokebyS. Sherbrooke1859A. AdamsA. AdamsA. Adams
RosettaLanark1854John DodsR. McFarlaneR. MacFarlane
Smith's FallsN. Elmsley1830Jas. Shaw,
jr.
Jas. Shaw, jr.Jas. Shaw, jr.
TatlockDarling1854J. Guthrie,
sen.
Mrs. GuthrieMrs. GuthrieT. Guthrie
TennysonDrummond1865D. McGregorD. McGregorD. McGregor
Watson's
Corners
Dalhousie1852James
Purdon
John MunroJohn Munro


POSTMASTERS OF RENFREW COUNTY
OfficeTownshipStarted1866187018711872
AdmastonAdmaston1848A. PattersonJane PattersonJane Patterson
ArnpriorMacNab1841A. RussellA. RussellE.A. Bates
BagotBagot1848John HallidayJohn HallidayPatrick Kennedy
Balmer's IslandMacNab1865James MillsArch. McInnesArch. McInnes
BeachburgWestmeath1858George SurteesGeorge SurteesGeorge Surtees
Bonnchere P'ntBrudnell1865R. FergusonClosed 1867
BrudnellBrudnell1859John ReynoldsJohn MoranJohn Moran
BurnstownMacNab1854James DouglassDonald McRaeDonald McRae
CalabogieBagot1857D. DillonD. DillonD. Dillon
CastileS. Algona1869
Edm. BennettEdm. Bennett
CastlefordHorton1832E. JohnsonE. JohnsonJohn Warnock
ClontarfSebastopol1860[no name]J.R. McDonaldJ.R. McDonald
CobdenRoss1851John MortonJohn R. McDonaldJohn R. McDonald
CombermereRadcliffe1865D. JohnsonD. JohnsonD. Johnson
DacreBrougham1865John MorrowJohn MorrowThos. McWilliams
DarwinAdmaston1865Dudley MooreDudley Moore [sic]Closed 1868
DouglassBromley1854A.W. BellD. CameronD. CameronD. Ferguson
EganvilleGratton1852John QuealyJohn QuealyJohn Quealy
Forrester's
Falls
Ross1854Oliver
Forrest[sic]
Oliver ForresterOliver ForresterOliver Forrester
Gower PointWestmeath1852Wm. CannonT.M. CarswellT.M. Carswell
GriffithGriffith1861W.B. AirdW.H. Adams, sen.W.H. Adams, sen.no name
HarcourtRoss1868
John W. SquiresMrs. A.R. Hutton
High FallsBlithfield1864T.H. DillonT.H. DillonT.H. Dillon
Lake DoréWilberforce1863James LeechJohn Shaw, jr.John Shaw, jr.
LocksleyAlice1869
W.M. WalfordW.M. Walford
MadridSebastopol1864 to
1873
P. McCawleyP. McCawleyP. McCawleyno name
MatawatchanMatawatchan1868
John McGregorJohn McGregor
Mt. St. PatrickBrougham1852Thomas BradyBridget BradyBridget Brady
OsceolaBromley1863Alex. McLarenAlex. McLarenAlex. McLaren
PembrokePembroke1839Alex. MoffatAlex. Moffat, jr.Alex. Moffat, jr.Alex. Moffat
PetawawaPetawawa1859Chas. YoungSol. DevineSol. Devine
Pt. AlexanderRolph1853B. McConnellJohn LaneJohn Lane
RankinWilberforce1869
W.P. EdwardW.P. Edward
RenfrewHorton1848William McKayWilliam McKayWilliam McKay
RockcliffeHead1870

W.H. McIntyre
RockinghamBrudnell1864J.S. WatsonJ.S. WatsonJ.S. Watson
Ross Ross 1851James McLarenJames McLarenJames McLaren
Sand PointMcNab1851Alex. McDonnelMrs. M.P.
Fourdrinier
Mrs. M.P.
Fourdrinier
Ed Derenzy
SebastopolSebastopol1858Changed to Clontarf 1860/61
ShamrockAdmaston1859P. GormanP. GormanP. Gorman
South WestmeathWestmeath1848Changed to Beachburg in 1858
StaffordStafford1852R. ChilderhoseR. ChilderhoseR. Childerhose
StewartvilleMacNab1872Formerly Balmer's Island
VanbrughSebastopol1870

C.F. Holterman
WestmeathWestmeath1837M.M. DrewA. FraserA. Fraser
White LakeMcNab1848John ParisJohn ParisJohn ParisA. Stirling