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Business Type: Dressmaker

Mrs. J.A. Calder

Mrs. J.A. Calder had a dress-making and ladies store upstairs in the McArthur block during the late 1890’s. Little is known about her or her business except through her advertisements in the Gazette . The entrance to her shop was “next door to Mr. [Wm. L.] Robson’s store, nearly opposite the Post Office” [FFG 15 […]

Miss Jessie Rutherford

Province of Ontario Gazetteer & Directory (1895): Ontario Gazetteer & Directory (1901/1902). Jessie Rutherford never married and first appears as a dressmaker in 1895. Around 1901 her unmarried sister, Elizabeth (“Lizzie”) (1855-1936) came to Fenelon Falls to live with her while “conducting a dressmaking establishment over the former Campbell Store, and later at their home […]

Mrs. M. [Mary?] Calder

There are two references to an M. Calder. A Mary Calder is recorded in the 1881 Census as a 45 year-old dressmaker. A Mrs. M. Calder is listed in the directories from 1901 to 1911. The relationship of the two is still unknown. There is a chance that Mrs. J.A. and Mrs. M. may be […]

Miss Nellie Slater

Nellie Slater’s ad appeared in the FFG listing her location on Bond Street East [FFG 3 April 1896; 1].There are few other references.

Mary Calder

The 1861 Census lists a Mary Caulder [sic], a 27 year old Church of England seamstress in Fenelon Township. The 1881 Census lists Mary Calder as a 45 year-old Church of England dressmaker. In the 1901 Census Mary Calder is recorded as the wife of Andrew Calder, a farmer. As such, she may never have […]

Mary H. Chambers

Chambers is listed in the 1891 Census as a 22 year-old Ontario-born dressmaker.

Lottie Hartness

Hartness is listed in the 1881 Census as a 19 year-old Scottish Baptist. No other records have been found.

Miss[es] Kennedy

Miss Kennedy, dressmaker, and her sisters, worked out of their home on Francis Street East. Their first names are not recorded.

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