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Lovell's 1871
Provincial Business Directory
A flourishing fishing settlement on west side of Placentia Bay, district of Burin. It has a fine harbour. It is a post town and port of entry. Distance from Burin, 16 miles by road. Mail fortnightly. Population 270.


Beck, James, fisherman
Beck, John, fisherman
Beck, Thomas, fisherman
Brewer, John, fisherman
Burt, Joseph, fisherman
Churchill, John, jun., fisherman
Churchill, John, sen., fisherman
Cusack, John, fisherman
Cusack, Robert, fisherman
Cusack, Thomas, fisherman
Cusack, William, fisherman
Drake, Michael, fisherman
Drake, Thomas, fisherman
Fitzgerald, Michael, fisherman
Fitzgerald, Patrick, fisherman
Fitzpatrick, Ambrose, fisherman
Fitzpatrick, Brian
Fitzpatrick Henry, fisherman
Fitzpatrick John, fisherman
Fitzpatrick Robert, fisherman
Fitzpatrick William, planter
Hillin, Henry, fisherman
Kelligrew, Edward
Kelley, Thomas, fisherman
Kelley, William, fisherman
Kinsella, rev. John, R. catholic
Lake, John, fisherman
Lambert, George, jun., fisherman
Lambert, George, sen.
Lambert, William, fisherman
Loder, Richard, fisherman
Molloy, John, jun., fisherman
Molloy, John, sen., fisherman
Molloy, Patrick, fisherman
Molloy, Richard, fisherman
Murray, David
Phewer, James, fisherman
Phewer, William, fisherman
Pike, Albert, fisherman
Pike, David, fisherman
Pike, Emmanuel, fisherman
Pike, George, planter
Pike, Henry, fisherman
Pike, James, fisherman
Pike, John, fisherman
Pike, Robert
Pike, Thomas, fisherman
Quirk, Henry, fisherman
Quirk James, fisherman
Quirk Richard, fisherman
Quirk Thomas, fisherman
Reeves, ---------, fisherman
Reeves, James, jun., fisherman
Reeves, James, sen., planter
Shea, James, fisherman
Shea, Thomas, fisherman
Slaney, David, of David, fisherman
Slaney, David, of Lawrence, fisherman
Slaney, David, jun.
Slaney, David, sen., fisherman
Slaney, Henry, of David, fisherman
Slaney, Henry, of Lawrence, fisherman
Slaney, Henry, of Michael
Slaney, John, of Lawrence, fisherman
Slaney, John, of Michael, fisherman
Slaney, Lawrence, of Lawrence, fisherman
Slaney, Lawrence, sen.
Slaney, Michael, of Lawrence, fisherman
Slaney, Michael, of Michael, fisherman
Slaney, Robert, fisherman
Slaney, Thomas, of Michael, fisherman
Slaney, William, fisherman
Spearns, John, fisherman
Spearns, John, sen., fisherman
Spearns, Joseph, fisherman
Spearns, Michael, fisherman
Spearns, Robert
Spearns, Thomas, fisherman
Spinney, Andrew, fisherman
Toban, John, fisherman
Toban, Michael, fisherman
Turpin, John, fisherman
Turpin, Thomas, of Thomas, fisherman
Turpin, Thomas, sen.
Turpin, Thomas, of 
Vavasseur, Hugh
Walsh, James, 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.

Transcribed by Bill Crant

[Lovell's Directories]

Page Revised: January - 2003 (Don Tate)

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