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Lovell's 1871 |
Provincial Business Directory
| RENEWS TO CAPE RACE |
This extends over about ten miles of coast on which the people are scattered in several small settlements. The shore is particulary inhospital and has proved fatal to many ships. Clam Cove, about five miles north of Cape Race, is the burial place of the passangers drowned at the wreck of the steamship Anglo Saxon. The population along this part of the shore numbers only 157. Cape Race is distant from St. John's about 64 miles by road and about 60 miles by water. Mail weekly. Population
Bevis, John Bevis, John, sen. Cahill, Patrick, fisherman Doyle, Edmund, farmer Finney, James Flemming, Edward, fisherman Flemming, Nicholas, fisherman Fowler, Edward Jackman, James, fisherman Lawlor, Michael, farmer McCarthy, John, fisherman McKay, John Mahoney, Michael, farmer Mullowney, Patrick, fisherman Murphy, Richard, farmer Paris, William Shehan, Edward, farmer Sullivan, John, fisherman Wickens, Martin, 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.
Transcribed by Bill Crant
Page Revised: January - 2003 (Don Tate)
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