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Lovell's 1871
Provincial Business Directory
HIBB'S HOLE
A fishing settlement on the north side of Conception Bay, in the district of Brigus. Distant from Brigus by road 3 miles. Mail weekly. Population 183.
 

 

Bishop John, fisherman
Bishop Joseph, fisherman
Bishop Joseph, fisherman
Bishop Nathaniel, fisherman
Dawe Jacob, fisherman
Greely Edward, fisherman
Kennedy John, fisherman
Kennedy William, fisherman
Lear Henry, jun., fisherman
Lear John, fisherman
Lear John, sen., fisherman
Lear Samuel, fisherman
Petten Henry, fisherman
Petten John, planter
Petten William, fisherman
Petten William, fisherman
Porter Abraham, fisherman
Porter George, fisherman
Porter Israel, fisherman
Porter John, fisherman
Porter Richard, fisherman
Porter Robert, fisherman
Porter Samuel, fisherman
Porter William, fisherman
Porter William, fisherman
Poter Charles, fisherman
Poter Eli, fisherman
Poter Esau, fisherman
Poter Jacob, fisherman
Poter John, fisherman
Poter Robert, sen., fisherman
Poter Solomon, 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 Charles G. Strong

Page Revised: January - 2003 (Don Tate)

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