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Lovell's 1871
Provincial Business Directory
A large fishing settlement on the north side of Trinity Bay, district of Trinity. The inhabitants are engaged in farming to some extent and the salmon fishery is also carried on. Distant from Trinity by ferry and road 3 miles. Mail weekly. Population 350.


Baker, Robert farmer 
Ballott, Edward fisherman 
Bannister, Charles fisherman 
Bannister, John fisherman 
Bannister, Robert Master Mariner/planter 
Barbor, Jacob fisherman 
Bayly, Absalom fisherman 
Bayly, Benjamin fisherman 
Bayly, Edward fisherman 
Bayly, Isaac fisherman 
Brinnock, Joseph fisherman 
Brinnock, Patrick planter/trader 
Butler, Isaac farmer 
Butler, James planter 
Butler, John fisherman 
Butler, William planter 
Christopher, Patrick farmer 
Cook, James fisherman 
Cook, Joseph fisherman 
Guppy, George planter/trader 
Guppy, John fisherman 
Hanlon, John farmer/trader 
King, Robert fisherman 
King, William fisherman 
Lander, Charles fisherman 
Mate, Henry fisherman 
Miller, William fisherman 
Newhook, William fisherman 
Northover, Thomas fisherman 
Piercey, James fisherman 
Piercey, John fisherman 
Ploughman, John fisherman 
Ploughman, Joseph fisherman 
Ploughman, Thomas fisherman 
Randall, Isaac planter 
Randall, John fisherman 
Randall, John, 2nd fisherman 
Randall, John, 3rd fisherman 
Randall, Robert fisherman 
Randall, Robert planter 
Randall, Thomas planter 
Randall, William fisherman 
Randall, William fisherman 
Rex, George fisherman 
Ryan, David fisherman 
Ryan, Thomas fisherman 
Ryan, William fisherman 
Stockley, 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 Michael Cooper

Page Revised: January - 2003 (Don Tate)

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