Isaac Galorneau

In the JW Weeks business directory of 1873 we have
 
1) Isaac Galoneau, the stone cutter, living at 491 Lafayette St
2) Isaac Gallano is listed on the same business page as the above and is also a stone cutter.
He has no address listed but is working his trade at the Michigan Car Works.  
If he is independent enough to be listed than he must be at least in his 20s.  
3) Yet another Isaac Galarneau on the same page. He is a drayman living on 591 Lafayette St.

In 1867 we have Isaac Galano, the stone cutter, as living at 398 Croghan, Delima Gallano the dressmaker beds at the same address as does Isaac Gallaneau the drayman.
 
On the following page is the family unit of Isaac Galarneau and Sophie Valliere. 
However there may be a second Isaac Family (first inclination is the son of Elias of St.Clair) with a Delima and Isaac Jr.
 
What's interesting about the Isaac from Detroit is his estimated arrival to the area.

Will the real Isaac Galarneau please stand up. (NEXT ISAAC GALORNEAU PAGE)

Drayman

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Drayman was historically the driver of a dray, a low, flat-bed wagon without sides, pulled generally by horses or mules that were used for transport of all kinds of goods. Now the term is really only used for brewerydelivery men, even though routine horse-drawn deliveries are almost entirely extinct. Some breweries do still maintain teams of horses and a dray, but these are used only for special occasions such as festivals or opening new premises.

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Michael Gallerno,
25 Nov 2009, 17:42
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Michael Gallerno,
25 Nov 2009, 17:42
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Michael Gallerno,
25 Nov 2009, 17:22
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