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Lovell's 1871
Provincial Business Directory
A large fishing settlement in Bonavista Bay, district of Bonavista. A great many inhabitants spend the summer on the Labrador coast. Distant from King's Cove by road 6 miles, from Trinity by road 19 miles. Mail weekly. Population 510.


Benigamin Martin
Byrne Edward, planter
Byrne Michael, fisherman
Byrne Patrick, lumberman
Carew James, fisherman
Carpenter John, lumberman
Carpenter Thomas, lumberman
Chapman Humphrey, lumberman
Coffin Samuel, fisherman
Culleton Moses, fisherman
Ducey David, lumberman
Ducey James, fisherman
Ducey Patrick, planter, fisherman
Ducey Thomas, lumberman
Eagan James, planter, trader
Fitzgerald Edward, lumberman
Fitzgerald James, lumberman
Fitzgerald John, fisherman
Fitzgerald Joseph, fisherman
Fitzgerald Philip, fisherman
Fitzgerald William, fisherman
Gouldworthy Henry, fisherman
Hobbs Abraham, fisherman
Hobbs Henry, fisherman
Hobbs John, fisherman
Hobbs Joseph, fisherman
Hobbs Thomas, sen., fisherman
Hobbs William, lumberman
Leddir John, fisherman
Long William, lumberman
Marshall Robert, lumberman
Mesh James, fisherman
Mesh John, lumberman
Mesh Richard, lumberman
Mesh William, lumberman
Mills William, fisherman
Moss Barnabas, planter, trader
Moss Henry, fisherman
Moss Joseph, fisherman
Moss William, planter, trader
Murphy John, trader
Penny Charles, lumberman
Penny Edward, lumberman
Penny George, lumberman
Penny Isaac, lumberman
Penny John, lumberman
Penny Robert, fisherman
Penny William, lumberman
Reed Joseph, lumberman
Ryan Patrick, jun., lumberman
Ryan Patrick, sen., lumberman
Shallow John, fisherman
Simmons Charles, lumberman
Simmons William, fisherman
Turner Abraham, lumberman
Turner John, fisherman
Turner Thomas, jun., planter
Turner Thomas, sen., planter
Turner William, fisherman
Turner William, sen., lumberman
Walsh John, fisherman
Whearen Stephen, fisherman
Wheeler Henry, lumberman
Wheeler John, lumberman
Yetman William, lumberman



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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