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Lovell's 1871
Provincial Business Directory
An island on the north side of Bonavista Bay, district of Bonavista, with a fine harbor. Distant from Greenspond 3 miles by boat. Mail fortnightly. Population 524.


Abbot John, fisherman
Abbot Stephen, fisherman
Atwood Thomas, planter
Ayles Charles, fisherman
Barefoot George, fisherman
Barefoot William, fisherman
Brown Robert, fisherman
Brown Samuel, fisherman
Brown Thomas, planter
Brown William, fisherman
Dalton John, fisherman
Dalton William, fisherman
Davis Isaac, fisherman
Davis Job, planter
Dick Samuel, fisherman
Dick Edward, fisherman
Dick George, planter
Feltham William, fisherman
Gillingham Thomas, fisherman
Hallett Reuben,fisherman
Hallett William, fisherman
Haskins George, fisherman
Helleway Charles, planter
House Peter, merchant
Howell Henry,  fisherman
Howell James, fisherman
James James, planter
Jeans George, fisherman
Jeans Henry, fisherman
Jeans Robert, planter
Jeans Thomas, fisherman
Jeans William, fisherman
Kents Job, fisherman
Keane Benjamin, fisherman
Keane William, merchant
King George, planter
Knee Benjamin, fisherman
Knee George, planter
Knee James, fisherman
Knee John, jun., fisherman
Knee John, sen., planter
Knee Peter, fisherman
Knee Philip, fisherman
Knee Philip, sen., fisherman
Knee William, planter
Parsons William, fisherman
Pope John, fisherman
Preston Jacob, fisherman
Rogers James, fisherman
Scott William, planter
Sheppard James, fisherman
Sheppard John, fisherman
Sheppard William, fisherman
Spurrell John, fisherman
Spurrell Robert, planter
Spurrell Samuel, fisherman
Spurrell William, planter
Stoke Francis, fisherman
White George, fisherman
Winter David, fisherman
Winter James, jun., fisherman
Winter James, sen.
Winter 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.

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Contributor: Rick Power

Page Revised: January - 2003 (Don Tate)

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