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SOURCE: "Census of Canada 1675 - 1871" Printed in 1871 by L.B. Taylor, 29, 31, & 33 Rideau Street, Toronto

1696-1697 NEWFOUNDLAND CENSUS
Residents, Fishermen, Boats; Codfish caught in the Harbours occupied by the British in Newfoundland in 1696 and 1697
           
 
Population
   
  Residents Fishermen Total Boats Quint of Cod
Rognouge 7 120 127 8 4,000
Fremouze 7 40 47 8 4,000
Aigueforte 4 25 29 5 2,500
Forillion, Caplimbaye, Cabreuil, Brigue, Totheave, Ouitstisbaye 33 185 218 30 15,500
Bayeboulls 13 120 133 20 10,000
Le Petit Havre 14 80 94 16 8,000
St. Jean 59 300 359 125 62,500
Kividi 9 40 49 9 4,500
Baye de la Conception et de la Trinite -- Torbaye 3 18 21 4 2,400
Baye de la Conception au N.-).-Portugal Cove, Havremen Bayeequinscove, Brige, Portegrave, Haillinscove, Bairobert, Briancove, Havre de Grace, Mousquit, Carbonniere, Croquescove, Kelinscove, Bayever. 101 784 885 146 74,100
Baie de la Trinite, au Sud--Le Vieux l'erlican, l'Anse Arbre, Celicove, Nieuperlican, Iiavrecontent 40 280 320 54 30,200
Baie de la Trinite, au Nord, -- Arcissc, La Trinite. 3 36 39 6 3,000
           
Total 293 2,028 2,321 431 220,700
           
           

Transcribed & Contributed and transcribed by Don Tate (2009)

Page Last Modified: Tuesday March 26, 2013 (Don Tate)
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