Cameron, James, active 1842-1859

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Cameron, James, active 1842-1859

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Active 1842-1859

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James Cameron was a Scottish immigrant to Montreal. A tavern keeper and grocer in Montreal from 1842-1859, he owned the Glasgow Inn tavern on Saint-Laurent Boulevard. He is listed in the 1842 Lower Canada Census as having 8 children. His sons include James junior, John, and Archie.

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Tavernkeeper

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Glasgow Inn (or Glasgow Tavern), Glasgow Tavern, St. Lawrence Street (30) (address from Montreal Herald, Nov. 11, 1856)

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John Fraser, Canadian Pen and Ink Sketches (Montreal, 1890), p. 130.
http://collections2.banq.qc.ca/jrn03/dn2716/src/1856/11/11/5226380_1856-11-11.pdf

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