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Lovell's 1871
Provincial Business Directory
A large farming and fishing settlement on the Straight shore, north of St. John's, district of St. John's. The settlement is very prettily situated and surrounded by hills. Distant from St. John's by road 19 miles. Population 830.


Baggs Joseph,           trader
Baldwin John,           farmer
Baldwin David,          farmer
Baldwin James,          farmer
Bassett Robert,         farmer
Boon John,              fisherman
Brag James,             planter
Brag William,           farmer
Butt John,              farmer
Butt Jonathan,          fisherman
Butt Joseph,            fisherman
Butt Moses,             fisherman
Butt William,           fisherman
Butler John,            farmer
Butler Martin,          farmer
Conners John,           farmer
Conners Nicholas,       farmer
Conners Thomas,         farmer
Constant James,         farmer
Constant John,          fisherman
Crocker Eubry
Crowdy Ambrose,         fisherman
Diamond James,          farmer
Diamond John,           planter
Easterbrook John
Evans John,             farmer
Evans Edward,           fisherman
Evans Philip,           farmer
Evans William,          farmer
Flight Job,             farmer
Furlong John,           farmer
Furlong Philip,         farmer
Gould William,          farmer
Grace John,             farmer
Gruishy David,          fisherman
Gruishy Philip,         farmer
Hudson Arthur,          fisherman
Hudson Clement,         planter
Hudson George,          fisherman
Hudson George,          planter
Hudson John,            fisherman
Hudson John,            planter
Hudson Matthew,         fisherman
Hudson Thomas,          farmer
Jordan Henry,           fisherman
Jordan Thomas,          fisherman
Kelly John,             farmer
Kerby Isaac,            fisherman
Kief Daniel,            farmer
King John,              farmer
Knight Richard
Longmaid Edward,        farmer
Longmaid James,         farmer
Longmaid Richard,       farmer
Longmaid William,       farmer
Loveride Thomas,        fisherman
Molton John,            planter
Molton Samuel,          planter
Moors Alfred,           farmer
Moors Frederick,        farmer
Moran James,            farmer
Motton Thomas,          planter
Mully Colin,            fisherman
Munday Abraham,         fisherman
Munday Robert,          farmer
Murn Robert,            farmer
Newell James,           farmer
Newell John,            farmer
Newell Nicholas,        farmer
Newell Philip,          farmer
Newell Richard,         farmer
Nofty Hugh,             fisherman
Nofty Joseph,           fisherman
Noseworthy Adam,        farmer
Noseworthy Esau,        fisherman
Noseworthy Jacob,       farmer
Noseworthy John,        farmer
Noseworthy Nathaniel,   fisherman
Noseworthy Robert,      fisherman
Noseworthy William,     farmer
Noseworthy William,     planter
Pippy William,          planter
Power Thomas,           farmer
Rose John,              farmer
Ryan John,              planter
Ryan Philip,            fisherman
Ryan Philip,            planter
Ryan Samuel,            farmer
Shea John,              farmer
Shea Joseph,            farmer
Shea William,           farmer
Spera John,             planter
Struggle John,          farmer
Sullivan Edward,        fisherman
Sullivan Francis,       planter
Sullivan John,          farmer
Sullivan Thomas,        farmer
Thistle Nicholas,       farmer
Thistle Thomas,         fisherman
Wells Horatio,          fisherman
Wells William,          farmer
Wall John,              farmer
Walsh Edward,           farmer
Waters George,          fisherman
Whelan David,           farmer
Williams Nathaniel,     farmer



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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