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Lovell's 1871
Provincial Business Directory
OLD PERLICAN
A large settlement on the south side of Trinity Bay, district of Trinity. It is a post town and a port of entry. Farming is carried on to some extent. Distance from Heart's Content 28 miles by road. Mail weekly. Population 868.
 

 

Adams Philip, planter
Adams William, planter
Barrett Benjamin, fisherman
Barrett John sen, planter
Barrett John Thomas, fisherman
Barrett John jun, fisherman
Barrett Joseph William, fisherman
Barrett Thomas jun, fisherman
Barrett Jacob, fisherman
Barrett James, fisherman
Barrett Jacob, fisherman
Barrett James, fisherman
Barrett James, fisherman
Barrett Nathan, fisherman
Beckett John and Charles, fisherman
Beckett Richard, fisherman
Beckett William, fisherman
Beckett John, fisherman
Boyd Joseph, blacksmith
Brooking James, fisherman
Brooking John, fisherman
Brooking Richard, fisherman
Burns John, fisherman
Bursey Frederick, fisherman
Bursey Isaac, fisherman
Bursey Isaac, fisherman
Bursey Joseph, sen, fisherman
Bursey John, fisherman
Bursey Richard, fisherman
Bursey Joesph, jun, fisherman
Bursey Simeon, fisherman
Bursey Uriah, fisherman
Burt John, jun, fisherman 
Burt Robert, fisherman
Burt Joshua, fisherman
Burt Levi, planter, farmer
Button Henry, planter
Button John, fisherman
Button John Thomas, fisherman
Button Abraham, fisherman
Button Richard, fisherman
Button Simeon, fisherman
Cheerly George, fisherman
Christian William, farmer
Collins William, farmer
Cooper Benjamin, fisherman
Cooper William, fisherman
Cox Charles, fisherman
Cox James, fisherman
Cox William, fisherman
Cram George, bait boatkeeper
Cram Jacob, fisherman
Cram William, fisherman
Day William, planter
Day William J, planter
Deane Simeon, fisherman
Deane Stephen, fisherman
Duke rev. James, Wesleyan
Frowd Henry, fisherman
Frowd John, fisherman
Frowd Stephen, fisherman
Frowd William jun, fisherman
Frowd William sen, fisherman
Gooby Joseph, boatkeeper
Gooby Nathaniel, boatkeeper
Gooby Thomas, boatkeeper
Green Hezikiah, fisherman
Green Abraham, fisherman
Green James, fisherman
Green Joseph, fisherman
Hallahan David, fisherman
Hallahan William, fisherman
Hopkins George, fisherman
Hopkins Henry, fisherman
Hopkins Henry, fisherman
Hopkins Levi, fisherman
Howell George, 
Jolliff John, fisherman
Kavanagh William, bait skiff master
Ladner rev. Charles, Wesleyan
Lambert George, fisherman
March James jun, fisherman
March James sen, fisherman
March John, planter
March Alfred, fisherman
March Andrew, fisherman
March Elias, fisherman
March Levi, planter
March Stephen K, house carpenter
March Thomas, bait supplier
March William, planter, trader
March William, fisherman
Mews James L, stipendiary magistrate
Mills James, fisherman
Miles Hezekiah, fisherman
Miles Nathan, fisherman
Miles William, fisherman
Miller Thomas, planter
Pike George, fisherman
Pike James, fisherman
Pike Joseph, fisherman
Read John, fisherman
Rogers John, fisherman
Rowe Richard, fisherman
Rutton Joseph, fisherman
Strong Esau, planter
Strong Eli, fisherman
Strong Henry, fisherman
Strong James, fisherman
Strong John, fisherman
Strong John Thomas, fisherman
Strong Joseph, fisherman
Strong Joseph, fisherman
Strong Thomas, fisherman
Strong Matthias, fisherman
Sugers Charles, fisherman
Tilly Felix, fisherman
Tilly George, postman
Tilly William, fisherman
Tilly Moses, fisherman
Tizzard James, fisherman
Tizzard Joseph, bait supplier
Tizzard Samuel, bait supplier
Wiles William, fisherman
Woodlands John, planter
Woodlands William, planter
Woodlands Josiah, planter
Young 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 Debbie Gerow

Page Revised: January - 2003 (Don Tate)

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