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Lovell's 1871 |
Provincial Business Directory
| LAWN |
A fishing settlement in the southern portion of the district of Burin. A lead and silver mine was worked out here for some time but without much result. Distance from Burin by road 25 miles. Mail fortnightly. Population 170.
Britt, Elisha, fisherman Conner, Peter, fisherman Edwards, Charles, planter Edwards, James, fisherman Edwards, John, jun., planter Edwards, John, sen., fisherman Edwards, Robert, fisherman Esperril, Manuel, fisherman Ferrant, Henry, fisherman Ferrant, John, fisherman Ferrant, Michael, fisherman Ferrant, Patrick, planter Ferrant, Richard, planter Ferrant, Thomas, fisherman Ferrant, Thomas, fisherman Fewer, Peter, fisherman Flanigan, Edward, fisherman Kirby, Joseph, fisherman Murphy, Patrick, planter Murphy, Stephen, fisherman Murphy, Thomas, fisherman Pike, Paul, fisherman Pike, Robert, fisherman Strange, Andrew, fisherman Strange, Martin, fisherman Walsh, James, planter Walsh, Thomas, fisherman Willis, William, 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.
Transcribed by Bill Crant
Page Revised: January - 2003 (Don Tate)
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