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McAlpine's 1904 Directory
Trinity Bay District
A large fishing settlement on the north side of Conception Bay, district of Harbor Grace. Distant from Harbor Grace by road 10 miles. Mail weekly. Population 664.


Batten, Samuel, carpenter
Bishop, Christopher, fisherman
Bishop, Emanuel, fisherman
Bishop, George, planter
Bishop, John, fisherman
Bishop, Joseph, fisherman
Bowring, Thomas, planter
Bowring, Benjamin, planter
Bradbury, Charles, planter
Bradbury, John, fisherman
Bradbury, Joseph, fisherman
Chard, 	Samuel, fisherman
Daw, Abram, planter
Daw, Elijah planter
Daw, Isaac, fisherman
Daw, Jacob, fisherman
Daw, James, fisherman
Daw, Nathaniel, fisherman
Daw, Robert, fisherman
Daw, Thomas, fisherman
Fradsham, Henry, fisherman
Fradsham, Joseph, fisherman
Fradsham, Peter, fisherman
Fradsham, Philip, fisherman
French, Benjamin, planter
French, Edward, fisherman
French, Isaac, fisherman
French, John, fisherman
French, John, jun, fisherman
French, John, sen, planter
French, Nathaniel, fisherman
French, Robert, planter
French, Samuel, planter
French, Stephen, fisherman
French, Stephen, planter
French, William, fisherman
Goosney, Robert, fisherman
Gray, Francis, fisherman
Greenlin, George, planter*1
Greenlin, John, planter*1
Greenlin, Stephen, planter*1
Jackson, George, cooper
Keefe, 	Peter, fisherman
Kelley, Esau, fisherman
Kelley, John, planter
Kelley, Richard, planter
Kelley, William, planter
Kelley, Frederick, fisherman
Littlejohns, John, planter
Littlejohns, William, fisherman
Mercer, John, fisherman
Mercer, Thomas, fisherman
Morgan, Abram, fisherman
Morgan, Abram, sen, planter
Morgan, Isaac, planter
Parsons, Abram, fisherman
Parsons, Bathelsbam, planter
Parsons, James, planter
Parsons, John, fisherman
Parsons, Jonathan, planter
Parsons, Robert, fisherman
Parsons, Robert, planter
Parsons, William, planter
Pippet, James, fisherman
Pippet, John, fisherman
Pippet, Robert, fisherman
Pippet, William, fisherman
Roach, Edward, fisherman
Roach, John, fisherman
Roach, Stephen, fisherman
Robinson, John, fisherman
Rousell, Henry, fisherman
Russell, Abram, fisherman
Russell, Edward, fisherman
Russell, Isaac, fisherman
Russell, John, fisherman
Russell, John, farmer
Russell, Moses, planter
Russell, Stephen, fisherman
Snow, Abram, planter
Snow, Adam, fisherman
Snow, Charles, fisherman
Snow, Isaac, fisherman
Snow, Jacob, fisherman
Snow, John, fisherman
Snow, William, fisherman
Spencer, Henry, planter
Spencer, Samuel, planter
Squires, John, fisherman
Thompson, John, planter
Tobias, John, 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.

GREENLIN *1 These men George,John and Stephen are my relatives; the spelling of their names are wrong ...they are George Greenland, John Greenland and Stephen Greenland,brothers to my great grandfather. Daphne -

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Contributed and Transcribed by Judy Barker

Page Revised: January - 2003 (Don Tate)

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