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Lovell's 1871
Provincial Business Directory
A fishing settlement on the east side of Fortune Bay. It has a fine salmon river which has been much injured by weiring; a fishery warden has been appointed for it's protection. It is a post town, and a packet station for the overland route in Fortune Bay. Distance from Burin 20 miles by road. Mail fortnightly. Population 210.


Austey, John, planter
Austey, Samuel, planter
Baker, Charles, fisherman
Banfield, George, planter
Banfield, Samuel, planter
Banfield, Thomas, planter
Grandy, Charles, fisherman
Grandy, George, planter
Grandy, James, planter
Grandy, John, fisherman
Grandy, Joseph, planter
Grandy, Philip, planter
Grandy, Philip, sen., planter
Grandy, Samual, planter
Grandy, Stephen, planter
Grandy, Thomas, planter
Grandy, William, planter
Legge, James, planter
Nash, Thomas, planter
Molton, Charles, planter
Molton, John, planter
Snelgrove, George T. R.
Waters, William, fisherman
West, Joseph, planter



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.

Transcribed by Bill Crant

[Lovell's Directories]

Page Revised: January - 2003 (Don Tate)

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