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Lovell's 1871
Provincial Business directory
BONNE BAY (French shore)
A large inlet on the French shore. A number of United States and Nova Scotia schooners visit this bay on account of its herring fishery, which is very productive. A river runs into its bay on which fine lumber is found. The land around this bay is mountainous, and the scenery quite grand. Distant from north head of Bay of Islands 23 miles. Population 336.
 

 

Bailey John,  fisherman
Barnes, William, planter
Bates William, ,fisherman
Burrage George, fisherman
Cane George, fisherman
Cornell Charles, fisherman
Deeget James, fisherman
Deeker George, fisherman
Dumaire George, fisherman
Hacker George, fisherman
Harden George, fisherman
Hier Thomas, fisherman
Humber James, fisherman
King Joseph, fisherman
Long Archibald, fisherman
Long Daniel, fisherman
Magee George, fisherman
Malesh Thomas, fisherman
Margon John, fisherman
Murch Joseph, fisherman
Murphy John, fisherman
Pane Charles, fisherman
Pane Matthew, fisherman
Pane Philip, fisherman
Parsons William, fisherman
Penney John, fisherman
Rake William, fisherman
Reid John, fisherman
Roberts John, fisherman
Roberts Mark, fisherman
Roberts Samuel, fisherman
Sames Robert, planter
Sampson William, fisherman
Silas Henry, fisherman
Smith John, fisherman
Smith Matthew, fisherman
Orsen Michael, fisherman
Orgen Michael, fisherman
Orgen Thomas, fisherman
Walkens Solomon, planter
White John, fisherman
Young Thomas, fisherman
Young William, fisherman
Yarn Luke, fisherman

 

 

The entries have been transcribed as
they appear in the 1871 Lovell's directory.
Over the years, many of the names have become
colloquialized or spelled differently.

[Project Lovell's ]

Contributed and Transcribed by: Laura Russell

Page Revised: January - 2003 (Don Tate)

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