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Community surnames extracts from Seary's Names of the Island of Newfoundland, 1835 Voters Lists, 1864-65 Hutchinson 1871 Lovell's Directory, 1894-97 McAlpine's Directory, 1898 McAlpine's Directory, 1904 McAlpine's as well as some parish records and cemetery inscriptions.

There were names in these communities that were not picked up by Seary and I believe that the some of the entries for the earlier Hr. Grace (HGRC) were surnames of these Conception Bay communities

A couple of examples of why I believe this is as follows:

Barron/Barren (Holyrood) There is a James on the 1835 Voters List for Holyrood and on the 1864-65 directory as a fisherman. Seary shows a James Barron or Barren of Hr. Grace Parish, 1806 (NF. Archives HGRC)

Targate (Holyrood): There is a John Targate on the 1835 Voters List for Holyrood, as well as on the 1864-65 directory and the Targate surname still appeared on the 1871 Lovell's, although John was no longer listed. Seary shows a John Targate of Hr. Grace, 1813 (NF Archives HGRC)

Based on the above, I believe that one can safely assume that if this name appears to be a match for one of your ancestors from the Conception Bay Centre area, ten chances to one, it is. The people "up the bay" as it was called, used St. Paul's Anglican and Immaculate Conception Parish till they became a part of the parish of Brigus in 1833.

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Neal, Newell, Newman , Nolan, Nowlan, O'Donnell, O'Driscoll, O'Flynn, O'Gorman, O'Keefe, O'Kelly, O'Leary, O'Neil(l), Pennell, Penn(e)y, Power, Roach(e), Rohan, Ronan, Ryan , Smith, Sommers, Strange, Strapp, Sullivan, Terry, Tilley, Tobin, Wall, Walsh, Ward, Welsh, Woodford

 

 
 

 

NEAL(E):	(O)NEIL(L), 


	variants of a bartismal name and surname of England, Scotland, Ireland and 
	as Neal(e) of the Channel Islands, Neil and formerly Neel of Jersey, probably 
	name Niall - champion. Reaney comments: "The name was carried to Iceland by 
	the Scandinavians as Njall, taken to Norway, then top France and brought to 
	England by the Normans. It was also introduced direct into north-west England 
	by Norwegians from Ireland. It was usually latinized as Nigellue through an 
	incorret association with niger - black." (Withycombe, Reaney, Black, 
	MacLysaght, Turk). Guppy found Neal(e) widespread in England, Neil in Ayrshire. 
	MacLysaght found MacNeil, from the westren isles of Scotland in Cos. Antrim 
	and Derry since the fourteenth century, and (O)Neill numerous throughout 
	Ireland, especially in Cos. Tyrone and Antrin.

		In Newfoundland:	
			Jullianna O'Neal or O'Neil, from Waterford, Ireland, of 
			Harbour Main, 1793, Died 1810 (CO 199.18, 
	
		Modern status:	
			Neal, scattered. 
			Neale, unique. 
			Neil, scattered.
			O'Neil, scattered. 
			O'Neill, scattered.


NEWELL: a surname of England and Ireland, a variant of NEVILLE or NOEL, or from the English place names Newell (Kent) or Newhall (Devon); in Ireland also (O)Newell, O Tnuthghail, Ir. tnuth-gal - envy, valour. (Reaney, Spiegelhalter, MacLysaght). Traced by Spiegelhalter in Devon and by MacLysaght in Co. Kildare and especially in Co. Down. In Newfoundland: Thomas, of Harbour Main, 1676 (CO 1). (Lovell's Directory) Modern status: Scattered.
NEWMAN: a surname of England and Ireland, from Old English neowe etc. and mann - new man, newcomer. (Reaney). Found widespread by Guppy especially in the west Midlands, and by MacLysaght numerous, except in Ulster, and especially in Cos. Cork and Meath. In Newfoundland: Robert and William, of Bonavista, 1675, 1681 (of Harbour Main, 1676) (CO 1). Modern status: Scattered.
NOLAN: Also see KNOWLAND In Newfoundland: John, of Harbour Main, 1799 (CO 199.18) Timothy Nowland, of Hr. Main, Northside, 1835 (Voters List) Modern status: Widespread.

NOWLAN: See NOLAN
O'CONNOR: See CONNORS
O'DONNELL: a surname of Ireland, O Domhnaill. (MacLysaght). See O'Donald. Traced by MacLysaght in Cos. Clare. Donegal and Galway. In Newfoundland: Rev. Patrick O'Donnell, of Harbour Main, 1864-65 (Hutchingsons Directory) Rev. J.R. O'Donnell, Clergyman of Harbour Main, 1871 (Lovell's Directory) Rev. Patrick O'Donnell, Roman Catholic, Hr. Main, 1894-97 (McAlpine's Directory) Very Rev. Jeremiah O'Donnel, died 1891, age 76 yrs (Sts. Peter & Paul Clergy Cemetery - Hr. Main) Rev. Patrick O'Donnell, died Jan 16, 1906, age 68 yrs (Sts. Peter & Paul Clergy Cemetery - Hr. Main) Modern status: Scattered.
O'DRISCOLL: See DRISCOLL
O'FLYNN: See FLYNN
O'GORMAN: See GORMAN
O'KEEFE: See KEEFE
O'KELLY: See KELLY
O'LEARY: LEARY, surnames of Ireland (with a ? Newfoundland variant LEARIE, O Laoghaire. "Laoghaire was one of the best known personal names in ancient Ireland" interpreted by Woulfe as calf-keeper. (MacLysaght, Woulfe). Traced by MacLysaght in Co. Cork. In Newfoundland: Dennis Leary, of Harbour Main, 1760 (CO 199.18) Modern status: Learie, rare. O'Leary, scattered.
O'NEIL(L): See NEAL(E)
PARSLEY: a surname of England fron Old French Passelewe - cross the water (a nickname). (Reaney, Cottle). Spiegelhalter traced Parsley, Parslow in Devon; Guppy traced in Gloucestershire. In Newfoundland: William Parsley, of Harbour Main 1835 (Voters List) William, granted land at Harbour Main, 1850 (Nfld. Archives, Registry Crown Lands) John Parsley, planter of Harbour Main, 1864-65 (Hutchingsons Directory) William Parsley, planter of Harbour Main, 1864-65 (Hutchingsons Directory) John Parsley of Hr, Main married Nov, 1866 at Hr. Main Parish Sarah Parsley of Hr. Main married Jan, 1866 at Hr. Main Parish Robert Parsley of Hr. Main married Nov, 1869 at Hr. Main Parish Mary Ann Parsley of Hr. Main married Nov, 1871 at Hr. Main Parish William Parsley, farmer of Harbour Main, 1871 (Lovell's Directory) William Parsley of Hr. Main died June 1877, age 50 yrs., (Avondale Cemetery - A14) Samuel Parsley, fisherman of Hr. Main, 1894-97 (McAlpine's Directory) Stephen Parsley, Sr., fisherman of Hr. Main, 1894-97 (McAlpine's Directory) Stephen Parsley, Jr., fisherman of Hr. Main, 1894-97(McAlpine's Directory) William of Samuel Parsley, fisherman of Hr. Main, 1894-97, (McAlpine's Directory) John Parsley, fisherman of Hr. Main, 1894-97(McAlpine's Directory) Modern status: Scattered, especially in the Harbour Main District.
PENNELL: a sername of England and Jersey (Channel Islands), from the English place names Penn Hall (Worcestshire) or Penhill (Devon, Yorkshire NR), or a variant of PARNELL, PENWELL or PINEL. (Reaney, Baring-Gould, Turk). Traced by Spiegelhalter in Devon. In Newfoundland: William Pennell, of of Harbour Main 1835 (Voters List) John Pennell, of of Harbour Main 1835 (Voters List) Joseph Pennell, of Harbour Main 1835 (Voters List) Matthew Pennell, of Harbour Main 1835 (Voters List) John Pennell, , planter of Harbour Main, 1864-65 (Hutchingsons Directory) Joseph Pennell, , planter of Harbour Main, 1864-65 (Hutchingsons Directory) Matthew Pennell, , planter of Harbour Main, 1864-65 (Hutchingsons Directory) Thomas Pennell Sr, planter of Harbour Main, 1864-65 (Hutchingsons Directory) Thomas Pennell Jr, planter of Harbour Main, 1864-65 (Hutchingsons Directory) William Pennell, , planter of Harbour Main, 1864-65 (Hutchingsons Directory) John Pennell, farmer of Harbour Main, 1871 (Lovell's Directory) Joseph Pennell, planter of Harbour Main, 1871 (Lovell's Directory) Philip Pennell, farmer of Harbour Main, 1871 (Lovell's Directory) Thomas Pennell, farmer of Harbour Main, 1871 (Lovell's Directory) William Pennell, farmer of Harbour Main, 1871 (Lovell's Directory) Modern status: Scattered
PENN(E)Y: surnames of England, Scotland, Ireland and Guernsey (Channel Island), from Old English peni(n)g - penny, a nickname from the coin, or a personal name Pening, or from the English place name Penny Hill Farm (Devon). (Reaney, Spiegelhalter, Turk). Penn(e)y traced by Spiegelhalter in Devon, Penny by Guppy in Hampshire and Somerset, and by MacLysaght in Dublin as early as 1296 and comparatively recently in Co. Cork. In Newfoundland: Thomas, of Harbour Main, 1766 (CO 199.18) Philip Penny of Hr. Main married Jan 1864 at Hr. Main Parish Joseph Penny of Hr. Main married Jan 1867 at Hr. Main Parish Thomas Penney, farmer of Harbour Main, 1871 (Lovell's Directory) Jane Penny of Hr. Main married Jan 1876 at Hr. Main Parish John Penny of Hr. Main married Jan, 1877 at Hr. Main Parish Hannah Penny of Hr. Main married May 1877 at Hr. Main Parish Modern status: Penney, widespread, Penny scattered.
POWER: a surname of England and Ireland, from Old French Pohier - the man from Poix (Picardy), or from Old French povre, poure - poor, or ? from Old French poer - one (em)power(ed) to do something, a herald. MacLysaght notes that the de in the Irish form de Paor should be le, - the poor man, consequent on a vow, POWERS - son of Power appears to be rare. (Reaney, Cottle, MacLysaght). Guppy traced the variant Poore in Hampshire; Spiegelhalter traced Poore and Power in Devon; MacLysaght traced Power mainly in Waterford and adaccent counties, among the fifty most numerous Irish names. In Newfoundland: Thomas and Pious, of Harbour Main, 1779 (MUN Hist.) Walter Power. of Harbour Main, 1835 (Voters List) Walter Power, farmer of Harbour Main, 1864-65 (Hutchingsons Directory) Modern status: Power widespread, Powers rare, Poor rare
ROACH(E): ROCHE, surnames of England, Roach of France, the Channel Islands, and Ireland, from Old French, Middle English roche - (dweller by the) rock, or from various French and Engish place names. (Reaney, Cottle, MacLysaght, Dauzat). Guppy traced Roach in Cornwall and Gloucestershire; Spiegelhalter traced Roach and Roch in Devon; MacLysaght found Roche widespread in Ireland. In Newfoundland: -------LeRoche, French settler at Harbour Main about 1720 (MUN Hist) Modern status: Roach, scattered, Roache, at Topsail. Roche, scattered
ROHAN: a surname of England and Ireland, in England from the French place name Rohan (Morbihan); in Ireland (O) Rohan, Orobhachain (Munster) , ORuadhachain (Ulster). (Reaney, MacLysaght). Traced by MacLysaght mainly in Co. Kerry. In Newfoundland: Catherine, of Harbour Main, 1828 (Nfld. Archives BRC) Modern status: At Mount Carmel and Harricot
RONAN: RONAYNE, surnames os Ireland (O) Ronan, Ronayne, O Ronain, and of Scotland. "The well-known personal name Ronan may from ron - seal ;" of for (O) Roughneen, O Reachtnin. (MacLysaght, Black). Traced by MacLysaght chiefly in Co. Cork and also in Dublin and Mayo. In Newfoundland: Mary, of Harbour Main, 1806 (Nfld. Archives BRC) Modern status: Rohan, rare, Ronaye, scattered.
RYAN: a surname of Ireland (O)Ryan, O Maoilriain now abbreviated to Oriain, "from an old personal name of obscure meaning." (MacLysaght). Traced by MacLysaght especially in Co. Tipperary. In Newfoundland: Thomas, of Harbour Main, 1755 (MUN Hist.) Modern status: Widespread, throughout all districts.
SMITH: SYMTH, surnames of England, Scotland, Ireland and Guernsey (Channel Islands) from Old English smith - smith, blacksmith, farrier, metal-worker, or smiththe - (worker at the) smithy; in Ireland also a synonym of Gow and McGOWAN> "The primate and patriarch of our surnames, its form unchanged for over 1,000 years; forms with medial-y-and final -e are usually both ignorant and affected, though the first may sometimes have been used for clarity next to the minim letter m, and -e may rarely represent 'smithy' . Easily the commonest surname in England and Wales (though JONES is far ahead in Wales alone), Scotland, and U.S.A., and the fifth in Ireland in 1890 It is thus a frequent victim of hyphenation, either in a sincere effort to advoid ambiguity or in an insincere one to sound distinque; and it has resently gathered to itself many changed foreign surnames. Yet it remains primitive: a smith smites, and his honoured name rings down the ages like an anvil." (Cottle, Turk). Smith found widespead by Guppy in England and Scotland, especially south of the Forth and Clyde and by MacLysaght in Co. Cavan; Smyth traced by Guppy in Devon and Suffolk and by Cottle in Northern Ireland. See also SMYTH. In Newfoundland: William, of Harbour Main, 1676 (CO 1) Modern status: Widespread, throughout all districts.
SOMMERS: SUMMERS, surnames of England and Ireland, ? from Old French somier - sumpter, packhorse man, muleteer; also in Ireland in Connacht for (O) Somahan, O Somachian, Ir. somachan - soft, innocent person, in Ulster occasionally a synonym of MacGovern, Mag Shamhrain, Ir. samhradh - summer. (Reaney, Cottle, MacLysaght). Guppy traced Somers in Somerset, Summers in Devon, Gloucestershire, Northumberland and Somerset; MacLysaght traced Somers, Summers in Leinster, Connacht and Ulster. In Newfoundland: Edward, of Harbour Main, 1828 (Nfld.Archives BRC) Milo Summers, from New Ross (Co. Wexford), of Harbour Main, 1851 (Newfoundlander 27 Mar 1851 Modern status: Somers, scattered. Sommers, at Victoria and Buckans. Summers, scattered.
STRANGE: a surname of England and ? of Ireland from Old French estrange, Middle English strange - foreigner, stranger, newcomer. (Reaney). See also STRANG. Traced by Guppy in Berkshire and Dorset and by Spiegelhalter in Devon. In Newfoundland: Bridget, of Harbour Main, 1809 (Nfld. Archives, BRC) Modern status: rare
STRAPP: a surname of Ireland, not recorded by MacLysaght. "The forebears of the Strapp family, whose original name was O'Meara [See O'MARA], are traced to Fetherd, Co. Tipperary. In the rebellion of 1798 a member of the family incurred the wrath of English law, and had to flee Ireland with a price on his head. The fugitive went to Germany where he married and lived under the assumed name Strasse, which, on his return to Ireland he changed to Strappe, now written without the final 'e'. During the exodus from Ireland in the early 19th century two young brothers of the Strapp family embarked for America on a ship which was wrecked. The passengers were rescuded by vessels bound for different ports. One of the Strapp boys was brought to Newfoundland, the other, to the United States." (Bro. J.P. Keane, "Brother Patrick Vincent Strapp 1866-1952," The Christian Brothers Educational Record, 1953). Dublin: Bray Printing Co. Ltd., p. 318. In Newfoundland: Patrick Stropp, of Harbour Main, 1835 (Voters List) Richard Stropp, of Harbour Main, 1835 (Voters List) Family tradition, At Harbour Main since the early 19th century (Ibid). Patrick Strapp, member of Board of Road Commitioners of Harbour Main, 1844 (Nfld. Almanac). Patrick Strapp, magistrate of Harbour Main, 1864-65 (Hutchingsons Directory) Richard Strapp, blacksmith of Harbour Main, 1864-65 (Hutchingsons Directory) Thomas Strapp Jr, farmer of Harbour Main, 1864-65 (Hutchingsons Directory) Patrick Strapp, farmer of Harbour Main, 1871 (Lovell's Directory) Richard Strapp, farmer of Harbour Main, 1871 (Lovell's Directory) Modern status: At Harbour Main, Conception Harbour and St. John's.
SULLIVAN: a surname of Ireland (0) Sullivan, 0 Su'ileabha'in, Ir. suil - eye, with last part of the nameuncertain. (MacLysaght). The third most numerous name in Ireland, traced by MacLysaght especially in Cos. Cork and Kerry. In Newfoundland: John, of Harbour Main, 1801 (Co. 199.18) John Sullivan, of Harbour Main, 1835 (Voters List) Timothy Sullivan, of Harbour Main, 1835 (Voters List) Cornelius Sullivan, of Harbour Main, 1835 (Voters List) Jeremiah Sullivan, of Harbour Main, 1835 (Voters List) Cornelius Sullivan, planter of Harbour Main, 1864-65 (Hutchingsons Directory) Jeremiah Sullivan, planter of Harbour Main, 1864-65 Hutchingsons Directory) John Sullivan, shopkeeper of Harbour Main, 1864-65 (Hutchingsons Directory) John Sullivan Sr, planter and farmer of Harbour Main, 1864-65 (Hutchingsons Directory) Cornelius Sullivan, of Harbour Main, 1871 (Lovell's Directory) Daniel Sullivan, farmer of Harbour Main, 1871 (Lovell's Directory) John Sullivan, planter of Harbour Main, 1871 (Lovell's Directory) Modern Status: Widespread
TERRY: a surname of England and Ireland, in England from the Old German personal name Theudoric, Old French T(h)ierri, Terri, containing the elements people and rule; also in Ireland an anglicization of Mac Toirdealbhaigh. (Reaney, Cottle, MacLysaght). Traced by Guppy in Buckinghamshire, Kent and Yorkshire WR, by Spiegelhalter in Devon, and by MacLysaght especially in thr city and county of Cork since the 13th century. In Newfoundland: Thomas , (and others), of Harbour Main, 1774 (CO 199.18) Thomas Terry, of Harbour Main, 1835 (Voters List) William Terry, of Harbour Main, 1835 (Voters List) Edmund Terry, of Harbour Main, 1835 (Voters List) John Terry, planter of Harbour Main, 1864-65 (Hutchingsons Directory) Thomas Terry, planter of Harbour Main, 1864-65( Hutchingsons Directory) William Terry, planter of Harbour Main, 1864-65 (Hutchingsons Directory) John Terry, farmer of Harbour Main, 1871 (Lovell's Directory) Modern status: Scattered, especially in the Harbour Main district.
TILLEY: a surname of England, Tilly of Ireland and France; in England from Old English tilia, Middle English tilie - tiller, fanner, or diminutive of Till (Matilda), or from the English place names Tilley (Shropshire) or Tiley (Dorset), or from the French place naime Tilly (Aube, Calvados, etc.); in Ireland a variant of (Mac) Tully, Mac an Tuile or of (O)Tally, Ó Taithligh, Ir. taithleach - peaceable. (Reaney, Spiegelhalter, Dauzat, MacLysaght). Guppy traced Tilley in Somerset and Spiegelhalter Till(e)y in Devon. In Newfoundland: William Tilly, of Harbour Main, 1675 (CO 1) Modem status: Widespread, especially at St. John's and Kelligrews.
TOBIN: a surname of England and Ireland, a variant of the surname of England St. Aubyn, or of France St. -Aubin, both from various localities in France St. -Aubin (Aisne, Aube, etc.) (Spiegelhalter, MacLysaght). Traced by Spiegelhalter in Devon and by MacLysaght in Cos. Kilkenny and Tipperary. In Newfoundland: John, of Harbour Main, 1755 (MUN Hist.) Modern status: Widespread
WALL: a surname of England and Ireland, in England and Old English weall- (dwelller by the town, sea, or ruined Roman) wall or in the West Midlands dialect area where walle is for welle-(dweller by the)spring or stream; in Ireland for the Norman surname de Valle gaelicized as de Bhal. (Reaney , Cottle, MacLysaght). Traced by Guppy in Derbyshire, Durham, Herefordshire, Shropshire, Somerset and Worcestershire, by Spiegelhalter in Devon, and by MacLysaght in Limerick and Connacht. In Newfoundland: James, of Harbour Main, 1780, (CO 199.18) Thomas Wall, of Harbour Main,1835 (Voters List) Patrick Wall, of Harbour Main,1835 (Voters List) James Wall, of Harbour Main,1835 (Voters List) James Wall, planter of Harbour Main, 1864-65 (Hutchingsons Directory) Michael Wall, planter of Harbour Main, 1864-65 (Hutchingsons Directory) Nicholas Wall, planter of Harbour Main, 1864-65 (Hutchingsons Directory) Patrick Wall, planter of Harbour Main, 1864-65 (Hutchingsons Directory) Thomas Wall Jr, planter of Harbour Main, 1864-65 (Hutchingsons Directory) William Wall, planter of Harbour Main, 1864-65 (Hutchingsons Directory) Edmond Wall, farmer of Harbour Main, 1871 (Lovell's Directory) Garrett Wall, farmer of Harbour Main, 1871 (Lovell's Directory) James Wall, farmer of Harbour Main, 1871 (Lovell's Directory) John Wall, farmer of Harbour Main, 1871 (Lovell's Directory) Nicholas Wall, farmer of Harbour Main, 1871 (Lovell's Directory) Patrick Wall, farmer of Harbour Main, 1871 (Lovell's Directory) Thomas Wall, farmer of Harbour Main, 1871 (Lovell's Directory) Timothy Wall, farmer of Harbour Main, 1871 (Lovell's Directory) William Wall, farmer of Harbour Main, 1871 (Lovell's Directory) Modern Status: Widespread
WALSH: a surname of England, Scotland and Ireland from Old English woelisc, Middle English walsche - foreigner (Reaney, Cottle, Black, MacLysaght) See also Wallace, Wallis, Welsh. Traced by Guppy in Lancashire, by Spiegelhalter in Devon, and by MacLysaght as the fourth numerous of Irish surnames. In Newfoundland: Walter, of Harbour Main, 1813 (Nfld Archives BRC) James Walsh, of Harbour Main, 1835 (Voters List) James Walsh, planter of Harbour Main, 1864-65 (Hutchingsons Directory) Very Rev. Kyran Walsh. P.P. ,V.G. of Harbour Main, 1864-65 (Hutchingsons Directory) James Walsh, farmer of Harbour Main, 1871 (Lovell's Directory) Richard Walsh, farmer of Harbour Main, 1871 (Lovell's Directory) Modern status: Widespread in all districts
WARD: a surname of England and Ireland from Old English weard -watchman, guard, or Middle English werd, ward - (dweller in or near the) marsh, or from the English place name Ward (Devon); in Ireland usually for Mac an Bhaird - son of the bard. (Reaney, Cottle, MacLysaght). Found widespread by Guppy and bybMacLysaght in Cos. Donegal and Galway. In Newfoundland: Patrick, of Harbour Main, 1838 (Newfoundlander 27 Sep 1838) Modern status: Scattered
WELSH: a surname of England, Scotland and Ireland, Welch of Guernsey (Channel Islands) from the Old English wxlisc - foreigner, Welsh, British, Celtic, though, as Cottle comments, "the Welsh called and call themselves no such thing," or a variant of WALSH, reflecting in Ireland, "the pronunciation of Walsh in Munster and Connacht." (Reaney, Cottle, MacLysaght , Black, Turk). Guppy traced Welch in Buckinghamshire, Essex, Nottinghamshire, Somerset and Wiltshire, Welsh in Scotland south of the Forth and Clyde; Spiegelhalter traced Welch, Welsh in Devon; MacLysaght traced Welsh in Munster and Connacht. In Newfoundland: John Welch, of Harbour Main, 1755 (MUN Hist.) Modern status: Scattered
WOODFORD: a surname of England and Scotland from the English place name Woodford in 10 Countries or the Scots place name in Roxburgshire, or dweller by the ford in the wood. In Newfoundland: John, witness in Kelly murder at Hr. Main - 1750 William of Hr. Main - 1771 John Woodford, of Harbour Main South Side, 1835 (Voters List) William Woodford, of Harbour Main South Side, 1835 (Voters List) Michael Woodford, of Harbour Main South Side, 1835 (Voters List) John Woodford, of Harbour Main North Side, 1835 (Voters List) James Woodford, of Harbour Main North Side, 1835 (Voters List) William Woodford, of Harbour Main North Side, 1835 (Voters List) James Woodford, of Harbour Main North Side, 1835 (Voters List) Matthew Woodford, of Harbour Main North Side, 1835 (Voters List) Capt M. Woodford of Harbour Main, 1864-65( Hutchingsons Directory) James Woodford, shopkeeper of Harbour Main, 1864-65 (Hutchingsons Directory) John Woodford, planter of Harbour Main, 1864-65 (Hutchingsons Directory) John Woodford, shopkeeper of Harbour Main, 1864-65 (Hutchingsons Directory) Michael Woodford Sr, planter of Harbour Main, 1864-65 (Hutchingsons Directory) Michael Woodford Jr, planter of Harbour Main, 1864-65 (Hutchingsons Directory) Edward Woodford, farmer of Harbour Main, 1871 (Lovell's Directory) John Woodford, farmer of Harbour Main, 1871 (Lovell's Directory) Samuel Woodford, farmer of Harbour Main, 1871 (Lovell's Directory) William Woodford, planter of Harbour Main, 1871 (Lovell's Directory) William Woodford, farmer of Harbour Main, 1871 (Lovell's Directory) Woodford Woodford, planter of Harbour Main, 1871 (Lovell's Directory) Modern Status: scattered, especially in Harbor Main and St. John's

 

 

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