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Lovell's 1871
Provincial Business Directory
FOGO
A large fishing station and a place of considerable trade, the capital of Fogo Island. It is a port of entry, also a post town. Distant from St. John's by steamer once a fortnight 122 miles, from Twilllingate 22 miles. Mail fortnightly. Population 740.
 

 

Baker John, fisherman
Barnes James
Bennett Henry, planter
Bennett James, fisherman
Best Thomas, fisherman
Boorne William
Breen Lawrence, fisherman
Bryan William, fisherman
Coates George, fisherman
Carter Kenneth, merchant
Delaney Thomas, fisherman
Downer James, planter
Downer Jeremiah, fisherman
Downer John, fisherman
Downer William, planter
Dwyer Edward, fisherman
Dwyer John, fisherman
Dwyer Timothy, fisherman
Farrell Edward, fisherman
Farrell James, fisherman
Farrell Thomas, fisherman
Fitzgerald James, fisherman
Fitzgerald Nicholas, trader
Ford Jacob, fisherman
Freeman Robert, fisherman
Freke Joseph, fisherman
Friedlater Hay, M.D.
Furlong John
Gard Charles
Green Simon, fisherman
Hawkins John, fisherman
Hellings Robert, fisherman
Hodge Thomas D., trader
Humphries George, fisherman
Irish Robert, fisherman
Jones William, planter
King John, fisherman
Lannere Patrick, fisherman
Laymour Thomas
Loder Solomon, fisherman
Lucas J. G., sub-collector of customs
McPherson Samuel
Maddock John, planter
Maddock Patrick, fisherman
Meaney Thomas, fisherman
Miller Henry
Miller John, fisherman
Moyle John, fisherman
Oake Elijah, fisherman
Oake Henry, fisherman
Oake Joseph, fisherman
Oakley rev. Alfred M., ch of England
Owen John W., trader
Paine Henry, fisherman
Paine Nicholas, planter
Paine William, fisherman
Purchase Jonas, fisherman
Pascoe rev. Joseph, Wesleyan
Peckford Thomas, fisherman
Peckford William, planter and trader
Picket John, fisherman
Picket Michael, fisherman
Picket Patrick, fisherman
Picket Peter, planter
Picket Richard, fisherman
Pippey John, fisherman
Plower George P.M.
Pope William, fisherman
Powels George, fisherman
Power Richard
Pumroy William, fisherman
Randall James, son of John, planter
Randall William, fisherman
Randle Alfred, fisherman
Randle James, sen., fisherman
Randle Wm., son of George, fisherman
Read George, fisherman
Read Samuel, fisherman
Rockford Stephen, fisherman
Rutford James, fisherman
Scott Robert, trader
Simms Henry, planter
Simms William, fisherman
Sizzard George, fisherman
Small Israel, fisherman
Snow William, fisherman
Stone Martin, school teacher
Strickland Robert
Torrwill Benjamin, fisherman
Torrwill Charles, fisherman
Torrwill James, fisherman
Torrwill Joseph, jun., fisherman
Torrwill Joseph, sen., fisherman
Walborne Job, fisherman
Warrick John, fisherman
Warrick Robert, fisherman
Waterman John, fisherman
Waterman Joseph, fisherman
Waterman William, planter
Whetham George, fisherman
Whetham William, fisherman
Willis Bernard, fisherman
Willis Charles, fisherman
Woolridge Thomas, 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.

[Project Lovell's ]

Contributed and Transcribed by Angus Elliott

Page Revised: January - 2003 (Don Tate)

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