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Taken for the District of
1845 extending from Bonne Bay to Cape Ray inclusive.
Total Number of Families: 1644 Total Number of Professionals: 2 Total Number of Servants: 505 Total Number of Traders: 22 2173 No. of inhabitants. Total Episcopalians 2089 Roman Catholics 28 Weslyians 56 2173 Children under 14 yrs. of age Male Female 449 419 In School 51 48
|Cape Ray and neighbours||15||43||92|
|Channel and neighbours||29||72||162|
|Isle aux Morte||10||36||69|
|Burnt Islands and neighbours||16||28||83|
|Brazils and neighbours||8||17||47|
|Garia and neighbours||20||30||61|
|Western Point and neighbours||9||31||48|
|LaPoile - Great Harbour||7||11||110|
|Eastern Point, Little Bay to Otter's Point||20||58||133|
|King's Harbour & Bay d'Loup||6||6||29|
|Cape La Hune||10||?||45|
The above information was taken from Rev. Martin Blackmore's Journal and I cannot be sure if the information was official or if it was taken by him.
This page transcribed by Bill CrantPage Last Modified: Tuesday March 26, 2013 (Don Tate)
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