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Lovell's 1871 |
Provincial Business Directory
| CARBONEAR |
A town on the north side of Conception Bay, district of Carbonear. A large business is done here in fish. It is a port of entry. The New York, Newfoundland and London Telegraph Co. has an office here. Distant from Harbor Grace by road, 3 miles, from Portugal Cove, by steamer, 3 times a week,21 miles, fare $1.40; from St. John's, by steamer and stage, 31 miles, fare $2.40. Mail tri-weekly. Population about 2000.
Anderson & Kennedy, merchants Anderson Robert, of Anderson & Kennedy Apsey John F., and Co., general dealers in dry goods, fisheries, groceries, flour, produce and commission merchants. Arsball John, blacksmith Ash William, fisherman Badcock William, clerk Balmer Robert, of Duff & Balmer Bemister Edward, fisherman Bemister Frederick, trader Barry John, fisherman Bennett Samuel, blacksmith Bennett William, blacksmith Berigan James, cooper Best George, cooper Best George, tavern Biggs John, cooper Bransfield Richard. fisherman Bransfield Richard, school teacher Browne Patrick, grocer Bryan John, butcher Bulger Michael, storekeeper Barbridge Henry, B. A., school teacher Butler George, fisherman Butler Mrs. Catherine, wid Patrick Butt Fred, constable Cahill Edward, master mariner Casey William, cooper and lumber surveyor Case Mrs. Elizabeth, wid Michael Clarke Henry, no occupation entered Clarke Richard, fisherman Clarke Robert, fisherman Cleary Joshua, M. D. Comben rev Charles, Wesleyan Connors Mrs. Judith, wid John Cooper Michael T, cooper Costigan Michael, fisherman Coultas Mrs. E., wid Joseph, boarding house Donnelly John, master mariner Doyle James, fisherman Doyle Michael, fisherman Duff & Balmer, general importers and commission agents. See Adv. Duff William, of Duff & Balmer Dwyer Ed, no occupation entered Dwyer Michael, master mariner Emberley Joshua, mariner Evans Samuel, fisherman Fanning Matthew, fisherman Fanning Mrs. A., wid William Farrell Morgan, shoemaker Finn William, cooper Fitzgerald Edward, shoemaker Fitzgerald John, fisherman Fitzgerald Thomas, master mariner Fitzpatrick Edward, cooper Fogwill Samuel, storekeeper Foot John, sailmaker Fortune Matthew, fisherman Forward Ambrose, boarding house Forward Henry, master mariner Forward Mark, master mariner Furlong Mrs. Mary, wid Watt Furlong Thomas, storekeeper Geary Thomas, fisherman Geary Thomas, fisherman George Richard, fisherman Gerry Mrs. Anastasia, wid James Giles John, master mariner Giles Richard, master mariner Giles William, master mariner Goff James, tailor Goff Thomas, tailor Gould Benjamin T. H., general importer and commission merchant Gould Michael, storekeeper Griffin John, policeman Guy James, blacksmith Guy Mrs. Emma, wid Joseph Guy William, blacksmith Haskiel John, fisherman Hawker William, of John F. Apsey & Co. Hogan Patrick James, butcher Howell Albert, fisherman Howell Frederick, fisherman Howell Henry, fisherman Howell James, fisherman Howell James, laborer Howell John, fisherman Howell Mrs. Mary, wid William Howell Samuel, fisherman Hoyles rev, Wm. J., ch of England Joy Patrick, fisherman Joyce Edgard, fisherman Joyce George, master mariner Joyce William, master mariner Kenealy David, fisherman Kenealy James, fisherman Kenealy John, fisherman Kenealy Mrs. J., wid James, storekeeper Kearney Michael, storekeeper Kennedy Thomas C., of Anderson & Kennedy Keough James, cooper and grocer Leary Daniel, fisherman McBey Peter, high constable McCarthy John, master mariner McCarthy Simon, butcher McCarthy Richard, general commission merchant and auctioneer, dealer in groceries and spirits McKay John, clerk of court Mackay Lawrence, teacher St. Patrick's commercial school McNeil Israel, stipendary magistrate Maddock J. & R., importers Maddock John, of J. & R. importers Maddock Robert, of J. & R. importers Malone Thomas, cooper Marshall Cleophas, fisherman Marshall John, fisherman Marshall Robert, storekeeper Mundy William H., school teacher Moors John, carpenter Moran Mrs. Margaret, wid Michael Moran John, trader Morice Thomas, fisherman Murphy James, fisherman Murphy William, fisherman Nelson Roland M., M. D. New York, Newfoundland and London Telegraph Co., George A Nichole, operator Newel Charles, fisherman Newel Clement, fisherman Nichole George A., agent New York, Newfoundland and London Telegraph Co. Nichole Nicholas, postmaster Noel John, fisherman Noel Mrs. S., wid R. Oates Charles, fisherman Oates Mark, fisherman Oates Mrs. Elizabeth, wid John O'Connor rev John, R. catholic O'Shaughnessy Mrs. Mary, wid Dr. I. S. Parsons Samuel, master mariner Poarce John, trader Penny Edgar, master mariner Penny Hugh, fisherman Penny Josiah, master mariner Penny Loyle, fisherman Penny Stephen, fisherman Penny William, ship owner Penny William D, fisherman Pike Edward, sailmaker Pike Francis, farmer Pike J. E., sailmaker Pike Mark, sailmaker Pike Stephen, storekeeper Pike Thomas, master mariner Pike Woodbine, trader Police office, Post office, Nicholas Nichole, post master Power M., fisherman Power Mrs. B., wid William Power Mrs. Bridget, wid William Priddle Issa, fisherman Priddle Jacob, fisherman Riley Peter, cooper Rorke Edward, master mariner Rorke James, bookkeeper Rorke John, M.P., importer Rowe John, fisherman Ryall John, M. D. Ryan Michael J., merchant Scanlon Mrs. Sarah, wid Edward Scully Edward, laborer Snook Henry, fisherman St Patrick's Commercial School, Lawrence Mackay, teacher Stapleton James, master mariner Stapleton John, trader Stowe Miss E., school teacher Sweeney Edward, fisherman Sweeney Michael, fisherman Sweeney Patrick, fisherman Taylor Abel, fisherman Taylor Charles, fisherman Taylor Francis, master mariner Taylor Frederick, carpenter Taylor George, fisherman Taylor Hayward, master mariner Taylor Henry, fisherman Taylor James, fisherman Taylor Jonathan, fisherman Taylor Joseph, fisherman Taylor Joseph H., fisherman Taylor Mrs. Naomi, wid Joseph Taylor Nicholas, master mariner Taylor Richard, fisherman Taylor Richard, trader Taylor Robert, fisherman Taylor Samuel, fisherman Taylor Solomon, fisherman Taylor Stephen, fisherman Taylor Thomas, master mariner Taylor Thomas, master mariner Taylor W. II., fisherman Taylor William, fisherman Taylor William, master mariner Taylor William P., master mariner Thomas Jeremiah, fisherman Thomas Joseph, fisherman Thomas William, fisherman Toffin George Richard, traders Tucker Ambrose, blacksmith Udell Mrs. Jane, wid William Wesleyan church Wesleyan Day School, Richard Barfield, teacher Wesleyan Grammar School, D. Henry Burbidge, B. A., teacher Windsor John, fisherman Woods Thomas, tinware
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.
Contributed and Transcribed by Glynn Hewlett
Page Revised: January - 2003 (Don Tate)
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