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Lovell's 1871
Provincial Business Directory
A large fishing settlement on the Straight shore south of St. John's, in the district of St. John's. The village is most picturesquely situated in a deep valley, surrounded apparently on all sides by lofty hills, rugged and bare. Distant from St. John's 10 miles by road. Population 900.


Allen Richard
Angel Henry,            fisherman
Angel John,             planter
Angel Richard,          fisherman
Bailey Richard,         planter
Barron John,            school teacher
Barton John,            fisherman
Barton Richard,         fisherman
Beard William,          fisherman
Bidgood John,           planter
Bishop Jacob
Bowden William
Breen Andrew,           fisherman
Brennack John,          farmer
Case Nehemiah,          planter
Chafe Aaron,            fisherman
Chafe Ambrose,          fisherman
Chafe David,            farmer
Chafe David, of Little, fisherman
Chafe Edward, jun.,     fisherman
Chafe Edward, of Thomas,        fisherman
Chafe Emmanuel,         fisherman
Chafe George, of William,       planter
Chafe George, sen.,     planter
Chafe George W.,        fisherman
Chafe Henry, of Edward, fisherman
Chafe Henry George,     planter
Chafe Henry William,    planter
Chafe Jacob, of Edward, fisherman
Chafe Jacob, of Henry,  fisherman
Chafe Jacob, sen.,      farmer
Chafe James,            fisherman
Chafe John, jun.,       fisherman
Chafe John, of Cribly,  fisherman
Chafe John, of Moses
Chafe Moses,            fisherman
Chafe Nathaniel,        planter
Chafe Peter,            fisherman
Chafe Philip,           planter
Chafe Richard A.,       planter
Chafe Robert, of Thomas,        planter
Chafe Robert, of William,       planter
Chafe Samuel, of David,         fisherman
Chafe Samuel, of William,       planter
Chafe Solomon,          planter
Chafe Thomas, of Thomas,        fisherman
Chafe Thomas, of William,       planter
Chafe William,          fisherman
Chafe William, of Henry,        fisherman
Chafe William, of Thomas,       planter
Chase William,          fisherman
Clarke Daniel,          fisherman
Clarke Henry,           planter
Clarke Richard,         planter
Clarke Simeon,          fisherman
Clarke Thomas,          fisherman
Clements Richard,       fisherman
Cove Thomas,            fisherman
Dalton Richard,         fisherman
Donovan Michael,        fisherman
Donovan Moses,          fisherman
Donovan Patrick,        fisherman
Donovan Philip
Doyle Bryan,            planter
Doyle Edward,           merchant
Doyle William, jun.,    planter
Doyle William, of Thomas
Doyle William, sen.,    fisherman
Everard Edward,         fisherman
Everard James,          planter
Everard Richard,        planter
French Richard,         fisherman
French Samuel,          planter
French William,         fisherman
Grady John,             fisherman
Hannaford John
Hannaford Samuel,       planter
Healy Philip,           fisherman
Hearn Lawrence,         fisherman
Hearn Peter,            planter
Henneford Richard,      fisherman
Henneford Stephen
Hiscott Richard,        fisherman
Hopkins Henry,          fisherman
Hopkins James,          fisherman
Hopkins John,           planter
Hopkins Richard,        fisherman
Howlett David,          fisherman
Howlett John
Howlett Patrick,        planter
Howlett Robert,         planter
Howlett Samuel,         farmer
Howlett Thomas,         planter
Hynes Edward,           fisherman
Joyce Matthew,          farmer
Kelly Patrick,          planter
Kenney John,            fisherman
Kenney Philip,          fisherman
Kenney William,         fisherman
Kiely Lawrence,         merchant
Kiely Lawrence, sen.,   planter
Kiely Michael,          fisherman
Kiely Nicholas,         fisherman
Lee James,              fisherman
Lee Samuel,             planter
Lee Thomas,             planter
Lee William,            fisherman
Mainwarring Patrick,    fisherman
Miles Ralph,            planter
Mills Nathan,           planter
Mills Nathaniel T.,     fisherman
Mills Thomas Ira,       fisherman
Mutton Thomas,          fisherman
Parnell William,        planter
Power William,          fisherman
Pierce Henry,           fisherman
Pierce John,            fisherman
Price Philip,           planter
Pridam George,          fisherman
Pridam James,           planter
Pridam Richard,         fisherman
Reily William,          farmer
Satorly John
Searle Aaron,           fisherman
Stack James,            fisherman
Stack John,             fisherman
Stack Richard,          fisherman
Stack Thomas,           planter
Stockman William,       fisherman
Wall John,              fisherman
Walsh James,            fisherman
Walsh James, jun.,      planter
Walsh James, sen.,      fisherman
Walsh John,             fisherman
Walsh John, sen.,       planter
Walsh Larry, sen.,      fisherman
Walsh Lawrence, jun.,   fisherman
Walsh Patrick,          fisherman
Walsh Patrick, jun.,    fisherman
Walsh Thomas,           fisherman
Weir Thomas
White John,             planter
White Richard,          fisherman
Whitten Edward,         fisherman
Whitten Henry
Whitten John,           fisherman
Whitten Samuel,         fisherman
Whitten William,        fisherman
Williams Benjamin,      fisherman
Williams Charles
Williams Jeremiah,      fisherman
Williams John, jun.,    fisherman
Williams John, of Richard,      planter
Williams Philip,        fisherman
Williams Philip F.      fisherman
Williams Richard,       fisherman
Williams Thomas, of Charles,    fisherman
Williams Thomas, jun.,  planter
Williams Thomas, sen.,  farmer
Williams Valentine,     planter



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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