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Lovell's 1871
Provincial Business Directory
A large fishing settlement at the head of Conception Bay, district of Harbor Main. It's name is new Conception. The scenery around here is very fine, bold and beautiful. Farming is engaged in by the people to a considerable extent. Distant from St. John's by road, 30 miles. Mail weekly. Population 649.


Brown James, planter
Buck James, planter
Buck John, farmer
Buck Patrick, farmer
Buck Robert, farmer
Cain Daniel, planter
Cain Patrick, farmer
Cole Nicholas, farmer
Connell Patrick A., farmer
Connell Philip, farmer
Connell Robert, farmer
Connors Maurice, farmer
Connors Thomas, farmer
Convent of Mercy
Costeloe David, farmer
Costeloe James, farmer
Costeloe John, farmer
Costeloe Martin, planter
Costeloe Michael, farmer
Costeloe Patrick, farmer
Curran Martin, planter
Curran Michael, farmer
Curran Patrick, planter
Curran James, farmer
Dalton Edmond, farmer
Dalton John, farmer
Dalton William, farmer
Donovan James, farmer
Driscoll Michael, planter
Driscoll William, farmer
Dunn Michael, farmer
Furey Nicholas, farmer
Griffin John, farmer
Griffin Michael, farmer
Griffin Richard, farmer
Griffin Richard, planter
Gushue George, planter
Gushue John, farmer
Gushue Michael, farmer
Gushue Nicholas, farmer
Gushue Patrick, planter
Gushue Timothy, farmer
Gushue William, planter
Hart Edward, planter
Keating Michael, farmer
Keating William, farmer
Keefe James, planter
Keefe Patrick, farmer
Keefe Philip, farmer
Kelly John, farmer
Kelly Michael, farmer
Kelly Thomas, farmer
Kenady Michael, farmer
Kenady Stephen, planter
Kennedy William, planter
Kenny David, farmer
Kenny Edmond, farmer
Kenney Peter, farmer
Larrisey John, planter
Larrisey Richard, planter
Larrisey Thomas, farmer
Leary Michael, farmer
Lewis James, farmer
Lewis Moses, planter
Leary Nicholas, planter
Magaby(?) John, farmer
Mahoney James, farmer
Mahoney John, planter
Mahoney Maurice, farmer
Mahoney Maurice, planter
Mahoney Michael, planter
Mahoney Philip, planter
Mansfield John, planter
Mansfield Patrick, farmer
Mansfield William, farmer
Murphy Charles, farmer
Murphy David, farmer
Murphy James, farmer
Murphy John, farmer
Murphy Michael, farmer
Power Patrick, farmer
Rochford John, farmer
Ryan Patrick, farmer
St. John Edmond, planter
St. John James, planter
St. John John, farmer
St. John Michael, farmer
St. John Patrick, planter
St. John Thomas, planter
Stack John, fisherman
Toole Timothy, farmer
Toole John, farmer
Trehy(?) John, farmer
Wade David, farmer
Wade Edmond, farmer
Wade Edmond, planter
Wade James, farmer
Wade James, planter
Wade John, planter
Wade Maurice, planter
Wade Michael, farmer
Wade Nicholas, farmer
Wade William, farmer
Walsh Edmond, farmer
Walsh Joseph, farmer
Walsh Michael, farmer
Walsh Patrick, farmer
Walsh William, planter
Walsh Edmond, farmer
White George, farmer
White Richard, farmer
White William, planter
Williams Thomas, farmer
Woodford James, planter



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 Glynn Hewlett

Page Revised: January - 2003 (Don Tate)

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