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Lovell's 1871 |
Provincial Business Directory
| NEW HARBOR (Trinity) |
A fishing settlement on the south coast of Trinity Bay, district of Trinity. Ship building and farming are carried on to some extent. Distant from Heart's Content 32 miles by road, from Spaniards Bay in Conception Bay 12 miles by road. Mail weekly. Population 240.
Bishop ----, fisherman Bishop James, fisherman Bishop William, fisherman Crawford George, fisherman Crawford Thomas, fisherman George John, fisherman George Thomas, fisherman Grant William Haskins William, fisherman Hefford James, fisherman Hefford John, fisherman Hefford Mrs Emma Higden Benjamin, planter Higden Charles, fisherman Higden George, fisherman Higden John, fisherman Higden Samuel, fisherman Higden Thomas, fisherman Higden William, fisherman Higden William, fisherman Hillyard Elijah, fisherman Hillyard James, of W. , fisherman Hillyard John, fisherman Hillyard Josiah, fisherman Hillyard Mrs Ann Hillyard Mrs Jane Hoskins Thomas, planter and trader Miller William Newhock Charles Parsons Mark, school teacher Pike George, fisherman Pollett James, fisherman Pollett John, fisherman Pollett William, fisherman Sully William, fisherman Thorne John Thorne Thomas, planter Thorne William, fisherman Thorne William, of William, fisherman Thorne William, jun, fisherman Williams George, fisherman Williams Mrs Mary Williams Robert, fisherman Woodman Edward, fisherman Woodman James, fisherman Woodman Robbert, 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 Ryan
Page Revised: January - 2003 (Don Tate)
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