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Lovell's 1871
Provincial Business Directory
A fishing settlement in Exploits Bay, district of Twillingate and Fogo. Distant from Twillingate by boat 28 miles, from Waldrons Cove by road 5 miles. Mail fortnightly. Population 230.


Billings Edward, fisherman
Bryne James, fisherman
Bryne Martin, fisherman
Bryne Michael, planter
Budgel John, farmer
Carey John, ,
Croak Thomas, fisherman
Davis John, fisherman
Day Francis, fisherman
Day James, ,
Day John, fisherman
Foley Michael, fisherman
Gillespie Alexander, planter
Gillespie Edward, farmer
Gillespie Samuel, planter
Gillespie Thomas, fisherman
Glavine David, planter
Glavine Dennis, fisherman
Glavine John, fisherman
Glavine Mathias, planter
Hamilton James, farmer
Hamilton Richard, merchant
Haines Nicholas, fisherman
Hays James, fisherman
Keho John, fisherman
Lannen David, planter
McLochlan Stephen, fisherman
Power James, planter
Power John, fisherman
Quirk Thomas, planter
Quirk William, fisherman
Roberts James, fisherman
Roberts John, fisherman
Sweeney John, fisherman
Wiseman 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.

[Project Lovell's ]

Transcribed by Carla Woodworth-Lynas

Page Revised: January - 2003 (Don Tate)

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