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Lovell's 1871
Provincial Business Directory
A large fishing settlement on New World Island, district of Twillingate and Fogo. A limestone quarry is worked about half a mile from the settlement; the quality of the lime is excellent. Distant from Twillingate by boat 4 miles. Mail fortnightly. Population 870.


Allen James, fisherman
Ashman Thomas, fisherman
Bath John, fisherman
Bangor Josiah, fisherman
Blake James, fisherman
Blake Robert, fisherman
Blandford Daniel, planter
Blandford Esau, planter
Blanford Joseph, fisherman
Bong William, fisherman
Bridger John, fisherman
Brown John, fisherman
Brown Robert, fisherman
Burton Moses, fisherman
Butt Thomas, fisherman
Card James, fisherman
Card Samuel G., trader
Card William, planter
Cassell George, fisherman
Cassell James, fisherman
Cook John, fisherman
Cullins Henry, planter
Cuttler Charles, trader
Dally Elias, fisherman
Dally Henry, trader
Dally Thomas, trader
Dally William, fisherman
Darell rev. J., ch of England
Early George, fisherman
Early James, fisherman
Early Joseph, planter
Early William, fisherman
Elliott Samuel, fisherman
Farthing Cyrus, fisherman
Farthing Isaac, fisherman
Farthing Joseph, fisherman
Florence George, fisherman
Fudge John, fisherman
Gillott William, fisherman
Grimes Peter, fisherman
Hayes William, school teacher
Hayter Charles, fisherman
Hicks Joseph, fisherman
Hood Henry, fisherman
Jacobs John, fisherman
Jones James, fisherman
Kearly James, fisherman
Kearly Joseph, trader
King William, fisherman
Lacey Daniel, fisherman
Langdown David, fisherman
Lealy John, fisherman
Liscomb Levi, fisherman
Liscomb Thomas, fisherman
Loader George, fisherman
Loader Solomon, fisherman
Miles Francis, fisherman
Miles Henry, planter
Miles Isaac, fisherman
Mursell Charles, merchant
Mursell William, trader
Oxford Henry, fisherman
Oxford Samuel, fisherman
Phillpot Charles, fisherman
Phillpot John, fisherman
Phillpot Joseph, fisherman
Phillpot Richard, planter
Powell Edward, fisherman
Powell Francis, fisherman
Powell Stephen, planter
Reddick John, trader
Rice Robert, fisherman
Rice Thomas, fisherman
Richard William, fisherman
Richmond William, fisherman
Rose William, planter
Simmond Samuel, fishermam
Smart James, fisherman
Smart James, jun., fisherman
Smart Robert, fisherman
Squire John, planter
Stann Henry, fisherman
Steele John, fisherman
Stuckey Thomas, fisherman
Terriefield J., fisherman
Tracey William, merchant
Tuffin James, fisherman
Vatcher Charles, fisherman
Vatcher John, fisherman
Vincent William, fisherman
Warren Elias, planter
Warren John, trader
Warner William, fisherman
Watkins William, fisherman
Welsh Joseph, fisherman
Welsh Moses, fisherman
Welsh William, fisherman
Wey John, fisherman
White Charles, fisherman
White John, fisherman
White William, fisherman
Whitway Samuel, fisherman
Woodford John, planter
Woodford Thomas, trader



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 Charles G. Strong

Page Revised: January - 2003 (Don Tate)

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