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Business Type: Blacksmith & Wagons

Myles Nichols

Nichols first appears in the January 1878 edition of D&B, but he did not stay long. “Mr. Myles Nichols, carriage maker of this village, has determined to try Cambray as a field for his skill at carriage and waggon making. As Mr. N. thoroughly understands his business and turns out nothing but first class work […]

Sandford & Orr

D&B. A partnership formed between Francis Sandford and Blake Orr. The enumerator of the 1871 Census records that the Sandford and Orr Waggon Shop had only two employees and made “new waggons and [did] general country blacksmith work”. The shop was powered by “humans”, and that no strict accounts were kept. It was also noted […]

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