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Lovell's 1871
Provincial Business Directory
SALVAGE
A fishing settlement on the west side of Bonavista Bay district of Bonavista. Distant from Open Hall by boat 16 miles. Mail weekly. Population 497.
 

 

Bradley, William, fisherman
Brown, Henry, fisherman
Brown, James, planter
Brown, John, fisherman
Brown, Joseph, fisherman
Brown, Joseph, sen., planter
Brown, Robert, fisherman
Brown, William, jun., fisherman
Brown, William, sen., planter
Burden, Henry, fisherman
Burden, James, planter
Burden, William, fisherman
Butt, John, fisherman
Denty, James, fisherman
Dick, Henry, fisherman
Dick, Joseph, fisherman
Dick, Richard, jun., planter
Dick, Richard, sen., fisherman
Dunn, Joseph, fisherman
Durdle, James, fisherman
Garrett, Henry, fisherman
Garrett, Jacob, fisherman
Handcock, William, fisherman
Hapgood, John, fisherman
Hapgood, John, fisherman
Hapgood, Richard, fisherman
Hapgood, William, fisherman
Hunter, James, fisherman
Hunter, John, planter
Hunter, William, fisherman
Lane, John, fisherman
Lane, John, planter
Mash, Samuel, fisherman
Martin, John, fisherman
Martin, Joseph, fisherman
Moss, John, planter
Moss, William, planter
Moss, William, planter
Napper, Joseph, farmer
Napper, Samuel
Oldford, Andrew, planter
Oldford, George, planter
Oldford, James, fisherman
Oldford, Thomas, jun., fisherman
Oldford, Thomas, sen., fisherman
Rogers, Thomas, fisherman
San(p)son, John, fisherman
Squire, George, jun., fisherman
Squire, George, sen., planter
Squire, John, planter
Squire, Joseph, farmer
Steeds, John, fisherman
Trake, John, fisherman
West, Rev., C.R., Church of England
White, 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.

[Project Lovell's ]

Trnscribed by Vi Smith

Page Revised: January - 2003 (Don Tate)

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