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Lovell's 1871
Provincial Business Directory
An important fishing settlement on south side of Trinity Bay, district of Trinity. Agriculture and ship building are carried on here to some extent. It is a post town and port of entry. Distant from Old Perlican by road 16 miles and from Heart's Content by road 12 miles. Mail weekly. Population 730.


Addy Edward, fisherman
Addy Isaac, fisherman
Addy Martin, fisherman
Addy Richard, fisherman
Addy William
Addy William, fisherman
Ash John, fisherman
Cashowan William, fisherman
Cox William, fisherman
Critch George, fisherman
Critch James, fisherman
Critch John, fisherman
Critch Moses, fisherman
Day James, fisherman
Ellis Aaron, fisherman
Ellis Charles, fisherman
Ellis Hezekiah, fisherman
Ellis Jacob, fisherman
Ellis James, fisherman
Ellis Samuel, fisherman
Ellis Thomas, fisherman
Evans Charles, fisherman
Francis Joseph, planter
Francis Henry, fisherman
Gooby James, fisherman
Gooby John, fisherman
Green Charles, ,
Green John, fishemran
Green John P., ,
Green Mrs. Martha, wid
Green Samuel, ,
Gulliver James, ,
Gulliver Joseph, fisherman
Gulliver William, fisherman
Hart Joseph, fisherman
Hart Nathan, fisherman
Hart Robert, fisherman
Hopkins Henry, fisherman
Hopkins Zachariah, fisherman
Husson John, jun., fisherman
Husson John, sen., ,
Husson Martin, fisherman
Janes Charles, fisherman
Janes William, fisherman
King Joseph, fisherman
King Joshua H., fisherman
King Noah, fisherman
Lather Richard, fisherman
Laywood Thomas, fisherman
Lother James, fisherman
Lother Silas, fisherman
Maidment Eli, fisherman
Maidment Joseph, fisherman
Maidment Samuel, fisherman
Mews James, ,
Mitchel James, farmer
Pawly John, ,
Pelly Alexander, farmer
Pelly Enoch, fisherman
Pelly James, fisherman
Pelly Joseph, ,
Pelly Richard, fisherman
Pelly Timothy, ,
Pelly William, fisherman
Pilly Alexander, planter
Pilly Alfred, fisherman
Pilly Solomon, ,
Pilly Timothy, fisherman
Pitman George, fisherman
Poole George, ,
Poole Moses, fisherman
Poole Samuel, fisherman
Poole William, fisherman
Price Benjamin, jun., fisherman
Price Elijah, fisherman
Price Joshua, fisherman
Price Noah, fisherman
Read James, fisherman
Read James, planter
Read John, fisherman
Read John, ,
Read Joseph, fisherman
Read William, fisherman
Sheeham John, trader, planter
Short John, fisherman
Short Nicholas, fisherman
Short Samuel, fisherman
Short Samuel, ,
Short William, ,
Smith Philip, fisherman
Soper Edward, fisherman
Soper Jonas, fisherman
Soper Thomas, fisherman
Soper William, fisherman
Stanley Levi, fisherman
Stanley William, fisherman
Stickley John, fisherman
Stickley Joseph, fisherman
Target John, ,
Thomas Walter, fisherman
Thomas William, fisherman
Traverse Hebert, fisherman
Tuck George, fisherman
Watson Ellis Cornish, merchant



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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