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Lovell's 1871
Provincial Business Directory
A large fishing settlement with a considerable trade, district of Burgeo and La Poile. It is a post town and a port of entry and the packet station for the western mail route. Distant from Harbor Briton by packet boat once a fortnight 111 miles, and from St. John's by steamer once a fortnight 330 miles, fare $9. Mail fortnightly. Population 620.


Anderson, Elias, fisherman
Anderson, Eli, fisherman
Anderson, George
Anderson, Isaac, fisherman
Anderson, John, fisherman
Anderson, Thomas, fisherman
Bobbitt, William, planter
Buffett, Morgan, planter
Buffett, Samuel
Buffett, William
Carew, John, fisherman
Caines, John, planter
Carrol, James, fisherman
Carroll, Michael
Caswell, John
Clothier, Isaac, fisherman
Collier, Charles, planter
Collier, John, fisherman
CUNNINGHAM, rev. J., ch of England
Dicks, Christopher, fisherman
Dicks, Edward, fisherman
Filuel, John, agent
Ford, James
Ford, William, planter
Gay, Ambrose, planter
Gore, Matthew
Green, Benjamin, fisherman
Green, Thomas, planter
Green, William, planter
Guy, John, fisherman
Hann, Charles, fisherman
Hann, John, planter
Hare, George, planter
Hare, John, fisherman
Hare, Robert, fisherman
Hare, William, fisherman
Harris, Benjamin, planter
Hatcher, Emmanuel, planter
Hatcher, James, jun., fisherman
Hatcher, James, sen., planter
Hatcher, Thomas, fisherman
Hunt, George Q., M.D.
Ingram, George, fisherman
Ingram, James, jun., planter
Ingram, James, sen., fisherman
Ingram, Joseph, jun., fisherman
Ingram, Joseph, sen., fisherman
Ingram, Thomas, fisherman
Ingram, William
Ingram, William
James, George, fisherman
James, William, fisherman
Jordon, John
Kinslow, Dennis, planter
LaRue, Charles, fisherman
Lawrence, Robert, fisherman
McDonald, Stephen, fisherman
Matthews, Christopher T.
Matthews, Francis, planter
Matthews, John, planter
Matthews, William, planter
Moore, John
Northcote, Benjamin, fisherman
Northcote, John, planter
Nott, Thomas, fisherman
Parsons, Francis A.
Parsons, Henry, fisherman
Payne, James
Porter, James, planter
Porter, Robert, fisherman
Quetterille, Charles M. de
Rose, Benjamin, fisherman
Rose, James, fisherman
Rose, Richard, fisherman
Rose, Samuel, fisherman
Rymes, Esau fisherman
Samways, Charles, fisherman
Simmes, Benjamin, planter
Small, Joseph, merchant
Snider, Henry
Stewart, William, planter
Stickland, Robert, fisherman
Stickland, Thomas, fisherman
Stickland, William, fisherman
Stranger, Joseph
Street, Matthew, fisherman
Taylor, Thomas, fisherman
Taylor, William, fisherman
Vatcher, Joseph, fisherman
Vatcher, Stephen, planter
Warren, Brazillai
Wills, Abram, fisherman
Wills, James, fisherman
Windsor, John, 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 Bill Crant

Page Revised: January - 2003 (Don Tate)

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