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A list of names of all Masters, Servants, and Dieters
residing in the District of Ferryland
for the Winter of 1799 & Spring 1800

An effort has been made to transcribe this manuscript retaining the spelling and format of the original document, hence some
words may appear to be spelled incorrectly. For an explanation of unfamiliar words and abbreviations, see the Glossary

17

Brigus

Masters No. Servants No. Dieters No.
John Mackey 1 Thomas Gregory
Rich.d Delahunty
2 Michael Mahony 1
 
Joseph Power 1 Terrence Bryan 1 Edmund Power 1
 
John Gregory 1 Richard Gregory 1    
 
Maurice Kerevan 1 Patrick Whalen 1    
William Bearns
Darby Sullivan
Michael Cullathan
Patt Cullathan
4
 
James Gregory
John Sloan
Micl'1 Welsh
3
 
Nicholas Doyle 1 James Doyle
William Doyle
2    
Thomas Clancy
Richard Welsh
Laurence McGrath
John Neill
4
 
Michael Hease
George Dunn
Patt Hanely
3
 
  5   7   16

 

18

Brigus

Masters No. Servants No. Dieters No.
Number from page 17 5   7   16
 
[Nicholas Doyle - contd]       Walter Brennan
James Costelly
2
 
Edmund Dunphy 1 Thomas Power 1    
James Holly
Edmund Jacob
George Boat [or Beal]
3
 
Thomas Buckley
Bate*1 Buckley
Edmund Brennan
Nicholas Power
4
 
Terrence Whalen
Robert Dullanty
Edmund Dullanty
John Dullanty
Robert Jordan
5
 
Martin Power 1 Jeffery Power 1    
James Kennedy
William Channell
2
 
Thomas Carew 1
 
William Lundrigan 1
 
Edmund Power 1
 
  7   9   35
ERRATA
NAMEDESCRIPTION OF ERRORREPORTED BY
"Bate" Buckley *1 This forename appears to be Bate, which is a shortened form of Bartholemew. However, the scribe also wrote Patt, the shortened form of Patrick, with a smaller second t - uncrossed. It has been difficult to distinguish which forename was actually correct in some instances, however a 1816 court record shows a Bartholemew Buckley owned a fishing premises at Brigus. Kevin Reddigan
Dec. 10, 2012

 

19

Brigus

Masters No. Servants No. Dieters No.
Number from page 18 7   9   35
 
[Martin Power - cont.d]       James Keating
Maurice Kerevan
2
 
William Osburn 1
 
John Jordan
Philip Henecy
2
 
Michael Whalen
Richard Bryan
Pierce Whalen
3
 
Richard Hucthings 1 James Pennol ?
Mich'l Mangan
2    
 
  8   11   43
 

Lamaunche

[Richard Hucthings - cont.d] ?       John Neill
James Bryan
2

Page initially transcribed by Kevin Reddigan 2002;
revised by: Kevin Reddigan December 2012.

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