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Business Type: Baker & Confectioner

John Bell

John Bell advertised several times in the Gazette and appeared in D&B regularly from 1896 to 1900. His ad states that he was “next door to the meat mart” [FFG 13 March 1896; 5].

John Kellet

John Kellet is listed in the 1871 Census as a 23 year-old Irish born baker. His young wife had just given birth in February to a baby girl. He may thereafter have moved to Lindsay as he appears to have moved to Fenelon Falls from Lindsay in the spring of 1877. In March 1877 John […]

John J. Lee

On late Saturday night, September 26th 1896, a fire broke out in the bakery of J.J. Lee located on the north side of Francis Street West a few rods from Colborne Street [FFG 2 Oct 1896; 4]. The building, constructed circa 1854, was owned by William Jordan. Within a week a new one storey frame […]

S.W. (Walter) Metcalf

“The Fenelon Falls bakery and butchery have both recently changed hands, Mr. S.W. Metcalf having sold the former to Mr. A. Northey and bought the latter from Mr. Henry Austin” [FFG 15 Jan 1892; 4]. Metcalf does not appear to have lasted long as he vanishes from D&B after January 1893. Austin may have taken […]

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