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1891 Population Census Index
for Communities
In The Bay of St. Georges District

Abraham's Cove Ballantine Cove Bank Head Barachois Bateau Cove
Bear Cove Benoit's Cove Birchy Cove Black Duck Brook Black Head
Blow-Me-Down Brook Bos Warlas Broad Cove Broom's Bottom Cape Anguille
Caplin Cove Chapel Cove Charly Sheeves Cove Chimney Cove Clam Bank Cove
Clarke's Brook Codroy Corner Brook Crabb's Brook Crow Head
Deer Lake Farm Felix Cove Flat Bay Brook Fox Island River
Frenchman's Cove Gale's Cove Giles' Point Grand River Green Gardens
Halfway Point Harbour Island Highlands Irishtown John's Beach
Journois Cove Lark Harbour Little River Low Brook Lower Cove
Main River - 1 Main River - 2 Mainland Marches Point McIver's Cove
Meadows Middle Arm Middle Barachois Mill Cove Montgomery
North West Cove Petipa's Cove Petrie Valley Road Picadilly Pleasant Cove
Port-au-Port East Port-au-Port West Rattling Brook Red Rocks Riverhead
Robinson's Head Romaine's Brook Rope Cove Salmon Cove Sandy Point
Seal Cove Seal Rocks Serpentine River East Serpentine River West Ship Cove
South Side Sprucy Point Stevenville Strickland Beach The Creek
The Gut Three Rock Cove West Bay    

Contributeed & Transcribed by Terry Alexander (2017)

Page Last Modified: Sunday January 07, 2018 (Don Tate)
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