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Lovell's 1871
Provincial Business Directory
PORT DE GRAVE
A place of some trade and a fishing settlement on the north side of Conception Bay, in the district of Brigus. This was one of the earliest settled localities in Conception Bay. Distant from St. John's by road 51 miles, from Brigus by road 8 miles. Population 595.
 

 

Andrews George,         fisherman
Andrews William,        fisherman
Batten William,         planter
Bishop George,          fisherman
Boone Charles,          fisherman
Breen James,            fisherman
Brown William H.A.,     merchant
Bussey Jacob,           fisherman
Bussey John,            fisherman
Bussey Joseph,          fisherman
Bussy Abram,            planter
Bussy Abram,            fisherman
Bussy Benjamin,         fisherman
Bussy George,           fisherman
Bussy George,           trader
Bussy Isaac,            fisherman
Bussy William,          fisherman
Butler Charles,         planter
Butler Charles,         planter
Butler George,          fisherman
Butler Jabez,           fisherman
Butler James,           fisherman
Butler James,           planter
Butler Jonathan,        fisherman
Butler John,            fisherman
Butler John,            fisherman
Butler John,            planter
Butler Joseph,          fisherman
Butler Robert,          planter
Butler Samuel
Butler Thomas,          merchant
Butler William,         fisherman
Christopher John,       fisherman
Christopher William,    fisherman
Crowley Patrick,        fisherman
Dawe George,            fisherman
Dawe Henry,             planter
Denning Francis,        fisherman
Earle Solomon,          fisherman
Efford Charles,         fisherman
Efford George,          fisherman
Efford John,            fisherman
Efford John,            fisherman
Efford Thomas,          fisherman
Efford William,         fisherman
Filliar William,        fisherman
Forward O.H.,           trader
Hampton John,           planter
Hampton Robert,         fisherman
Harvey rev. J.C.,       ch. of England
Kelland William,        planter
Kenny Patrick,          trader
Hussy George,           fisherman
Hussy George,           planter
Hussy Isaac,            fisherman
Hussy John,             fisherman
Hussy Thomas,           fisherman
Hussy William,          fisherman
Hussy William,          fisherman
Hussy William
Gann James
Kehoe John,             fisherman
Lamb Nathaniel,         fisherman
Liston William,         fisherman
Martin Robert,          fisherman
Mugford Anthony,        fisherman
Mugford Charles,        fisherman
Mugford Charles,        planter
Mugford Charles,        planter
Mugford John,           planter
Mugford John,           planter
Mugford William,        fisherman
Mugford William,        planter
Mugford William,        planter
Patten William,         fisherman
Pynn Joseph
Raulph Charles
Raulph Reuben,          fisherman
Raulph William
Richards Abram,         planter
Richards William,       fisherman
Rielly Nathaniel,       planter
Strange John,           fisherman
Spence Alexander,       fisherman
Taylor Anthony,         fisherman
Taylor Caleb,           fisherman
Taylor Israel,          fisherman
Taylor Robert,          fisherman
Taylor Robert,          fisherman
Taylor William,         fisherman
Tucker Charles,         fisherman
Tucker Henry,           fisherman
Tucker James,           fisherman
Tucker John,            fisherman
Tucker John,            fisherman
Tucker Nicholas,        fisherman
Tucker William,         fisherman
Tucker William,         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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