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Lovell's 1871
Provincial Business Directory
A fishing settlement, district of Burin. It has a considerable trade with St. Pierre. It is situated on low ground, and no trees are to be found near the settlement. A very large description of codfish is caught here by means of bultows. It is a port of entry and a post town. Distance from Burin 40 miles by road. Mail fortnightly. Population 310.


Atangy, John, fisherman
Ayre, Philip, fisherman
Bantan, Michael, farmer
Banton, Peter, fisherman
Bartlett, John, planter
Benning, Henry, sub collector of customs
Bonnell, Richard, jun., fisherman
Cairns, James, jun., fisherman
Cairns, James, sen., fisherman
Collins, John, planter
Collins, Michael, fisherman
Collins, Patrick, planter
Cozens, James, fisherman
Cozens, John, fisherman
Cozens, John, sen., fisherman
Crews, James, fisherman
Crews, William, fisherman
Crocker, Nicholas, fisherman
Drake, Joseph, fisherman
Flemming, John, planter
Flemming, Michael, jun., fisherman
Flemming, Michael, sen., fisherman
Flemming, Patrick, planter
Foot, John, fisherman
Gabriel, Alfred E., school teacher
Haley, Cornelius, dealer
Haley, James, planter
Haley, John, planter
Haley, Michael, fisherman
Haley, Patrick, fisherman
Haley, Thomas, planter
Hand, Thomas, fisherman
Haskell, Henry, planter
Hatcher, Thomas, fisherman
Hillier, Charles, planter
Hillier, James, fisherman
Hillier, John, fisherman
Hillier, John, fisherman
Hillier, William, planter
Hooper, John, fisherman
Isaac, William, fisherman
Laskey, Thomas, fisherman
Laskey, William, fisherman
Logner, John, fisherman
Logner, William, planter
Longon, John, fisherman
Lovell, James, fisherman
McCarthy Benjamin, fisherman
Madigan, Richard, planter
Madigan, Thomas, planter
Pallah, Peter, fisherman
Pitman, James, dealer
Pitman, John, fisherman
Pitman, John, fisherman
Pitman, Robert, fisherman
Pitman, Thomas, farmer
Pitman, Thomas, jun., fisherman
Pitman, William, planter
Power, Andrew, fisherman
Purchase, John, trader
Purchase, Thomas, planter
Purchase, William, fisherman
Rose, Jesse, fisherman
Smith, John, fisherman
Span, Frederick, fisherman
Stacey, James, fisherman
Stacey, John, fisherman
Stacey, Richard, fisherman
Stacey, William, fisherman
Walsh, Edward, fisherman
Walsh, Thomas, planter
Waters, John, fisherman
Welch, Patrick, 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.

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CTRanscried by Wayne M. Slaney

Page Revised: January - 2003 (Don Tate)

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