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Lovell's 1871
Provincial Business Directory
A large fishing settlement at the entrance of Fortune Bay, in the district of Burin. It is a port of entry, and also a post town. It does a considerable trade with St. Pierre. Distant from Lamaline by road 16 miles. Mail fortnightly. Population 805.


Anstee George, fisherman
Anstee Thomas, fisherman
Bartlett Thomas, fisherman
Bedgood Joseph, fisherman
Bennett Charles, planter
Bennett Edward, planter
Bennett Edward, jun., planter
Bennett John, fisherman
Bennett Thomas, planter
Bennett William
Bennett William, planter
Boon George, fisherman
Brady Luke, fisherman
Buffett Morgan, fisherman
Buffett William, planter
Burton Jonathan, planter
Clifford John, fisherman
Clinch David, planter
Collier Jacob, fisherman
Collier Jasper, fisherman
Collier John, fisherman
Collier William, fisherman
Crew William H., fisherman
Crocker Nicodemus, fisherman
Dollimount John, fisherman
Elford James, fisherman
Elford Morgan, fisherman
Forsey Aaron, fisherman
Forsey George, fisherman
Forsey John, fisherman
Forsey John, sen., fisherman
Gillard William, planter
Haddock Joseph G., merchant
Haynes George, fisherman
Hickey Daniel, planter
Hickman James, fisherman
Hickman John M., ,
Hickman Robert, fisherman
Hillier Edward, fisherman
Kelly Samuel, fisherman
Kippen Benjamin, fisherman
Kippen George, planter
Kippen Jonathan, fisherman
Kippen Robert, fisherman
Lake Edward G., fisherman
Lake George, fisherman
Lake George T., ,
Lake James, planter
Lake John, sen., planter
Lake John S., fisherman
Lake Philip, planter
Lake Thomas, fisherman
Lake Thomas E., planter
Lake William, fisherman
Lake William P.
Langmead Uriah, fisherman
Mager Elias, jun., fisherman
MAGER ELIAS, sen., general storekeeper
Mager John, fisherman
Malzard Henry, fisherman
Martin John, fisherman
Maven George, fisherman
Maven Henry, fisherman
Maven Richard, fisherman
Mounster George, fisherman
Mounster James, fisherman
Paul John, fisherman
Penny Edward, fisherman
Pierce Thomas, fisherman
Pierce William, fisherman
Piercey James, fisherman
Piercey Jesse, fisherman
Piercey John, planter
Piercey Thomas, fisherman
Pool Joseph, fisherman
Porter James, fisherman
Priddell George, fisherman
Purchase Thomas, planter
Roberts Joshua, fisherman
Rogers Eli, fisherman
Rogers Thomas, planter
Smart Robert, fisherman
Snook James P., merchant
Snook Morgan, fisherman
Snook Robert, fisherman
Spencer John, jun., planter
Spencer John, sen., fisherman
Spencer John H., planter
Spencer Richard, planter
Spencer Stephen, fisherman
Spencer William, fisherman
Thomall George, fisherman
Thomall James, fisherman
Thomall John, fisherman
Thomall Robert, fisherman
Thomall William, fisherman
Tomkins Christopher, fisherman
Tuck George, planter
Witherell Jonathan, fisherman
Witherell Simon, 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 ]

Transcribed by Carla Woodworth-Lynas

Page Revised: January - 2003 (Don Tate)

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