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Lovell's 1871
Provincial Business Directory
A fishing settlement on north side of Trinity Bay, district of Trinity. Distant from Trinity 7 miles by road and ferry. Mail weekly. Population 350.


Barns, Bernard, fisherman
Barns, George, fisherman
Barns, John, fisherman
Batson, George, fisherman
Batson, James, fisherman
Batson, James, son John, fisherman
Batson, John, fisherman
Batson, John, fisherman
Batson, Joseph, fisherman
Batson, Mark, planter
Batson, William, fisherman
Bugdon, Kimber, planter
Bugdon, William, fisherman
Collis, John S, school teacher
Ford, George, fisherman
Ivanny, Francis, fisherman
Ivanny, George, fisherman
Ivanny, George, sen, fisherman
Ivanny, James, fisherman
Ivanny, John, fisherman
Ivanny, Joseph, fisherman
Ivanny, Martin, fisherman
Ivanny, William, fisherman
Penny, George, fisherman
Penny, George, sen, fisherman
Penny, James, jun, fisherman
Penny, John, son Chas, fisherman
Penny, John, sen, fisherman
Penny, Joseph, fisherman
Penny, Richard, fisherman
Penny, Robert, planter
Penny, William, sen, fisherman
Poker, James, fisherman
Pottle, James, fisherman
Wells, Joseph, fisherman
Wells, William, 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.

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