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Lovell's 1871 |
Provincial Business Directory
| CHAPEL'S COVE |
A fishing settlement on the north side of Conception Bay, district of Harbor Main. Distant from Holyrood 3 miles by road. Mail Weekly. Population 495.
Barron Thomas, farmer Conran Joseph, farmer Conran Michael, farmer Conran Nicholas, farmer Corbett Bartholomew, farmer Corbett Edmond, farmer Corbett Edmond, farmer Corbett Edward, farmer Corbett Michael, fisherman Corbett Thomas, planter Costelow Daniel, planter Crawley Humphrey, farmer Crawley James, planter Crawley Patrick, farmer Crawley William, farmer Druggan Thomas, farmer Fahey Edmond, farmer Fardy Lawrence, planter Fardy Mortimer, farmer Farrell John, farmer Fewer Dennis, farmer Fewer John, farmer Fewer Richard, farmer Fewer Thomas, farmer Fewer Walter, farmer Fling James, farmer Fling Thomas sen, farmer Flinn Michael, farmer Flinn Patrick, farmer Hankon Thomas, farmer Hankon Elias, farmer Hankon John, farmer Hankon Patrick, farmer Hankon Phillip, farmer Hankon Thomas, farmer Hankon Thomas, planter Hankon William, farmer Hankon William, farmer Hickey Michael, farmer Hickey Michael, farmer Hynes James, farmer Kenady John, farmer Kenady Patrick, farmer Lannan Michael, farmer Lennan Patrick, farmer Lannan Thomas, farmer Mackey Edward, farmer Mackey Richard, farmer McHugo John, farmer Meares James, fisherman Meares John, farmer Meares Patrick, fisherman Meares Thomas, farmer Murphy John, farmer Murphy Patrick, farmer Pennell Thomas, farmer Selanchez Manuel, farmer Sliney David, farmer Sliney Thomas, farmer Sullivan Daniel, farmer Sullivan John, planter Sullivan Miss, school teacher Sullivan Timothy, farmer Sullivan Timothy, fisherman Treacey Matthew, fisherman Wall Michael, farmer Walsh John, farmer Walsh John, farmer Walsh Walter, farmer Walsh William, fisherman Whelan David, farmer Whelan John, farmer Whelan Patrick, farmer Woodford Edmond, 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.
Contributed and Transcribed by Michael Cooper
Page Revised: January - 2003 (Don Tate)
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