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Lovell's 1871
Provincial Business Directory
MOSQUITO (Carbonear)
A fishing settlement on the North side of Conception Bay, between Harbor Grace and Carbonear, district of Carbonear. The village lies at the foot of a very pretty valley with woods and meadow land interspersed on its sides. Farming is engaged in to a considerable extent. Distant from Harbor Grace 1½ mile. Mail tri-weekly. Population 348.
 

 

Bolan Michael, fisherman
Cahill John, planter
Clouse Edward, farmer
Connell Dennis, farmer
Cormick Michael, fisherman
Cullihan John, farmer
Doonan John, fisherman
Dunphy Patrick, planter
Gordon George, fisherman
Hannan James, fisherman
Harris James, fisherman
Hanrahan William, planter
Herald Philip, fisherman
Howe James, fisherman
Howe Richard, planter
Keefe Edward, fisherman
Keefe Edward, planter
Kehoe Maurice, farmer and planter
Laberty David, planter
Lyons Jeremiah, farmer
Meany Michael, fisherman
Malone John, farmer
Neugle James, fisherman
Piddle James, planter
Piddle Thomas, fisherman
Pike Edward, farmer
Pike Edward, planter
Pike John, fisherman
Pike Moses, planter
Pike Moses, of William, fisherman
Pipe Sampson, fisherman
Ryan Charles
Ryan George, farmer
Ryan Matthew, farmer
Simmoins Benjamin, fisherman
Simmons Francis P, fisherman
Simmons Levi, fisherman
Sullivan Patrick, fisherman
Taylor Francis, planter
Taylor John, planter
Taylor Mark, planter
Thorny Arthur, farmer
Thorny William, planter
Walsh William, fisherman
Wells John, farmer
Wells Joseph, 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 Rick Power

Page Revised: January - 2003 (Don Tate)

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