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Lovell's 1871
Provincial Business Directory
A large settlement in St. Mary's Bay, in the district of Placentia and St. Mary's. The fishery is carried on by means of large boats, and agriculture is engaged in to some extent. It is a post town and port of entry. A magistrate's court sits daily. The harbor is fine and safe. Distant from St. John's by road, via Salmonier, 65 miles. Mail fortnightly Population 650.


Adams, Charles, fisherman
Bacon, James, fisherman
Bacon, John, jun. fisherman
Bacon, Thomas, fisherman
Bacon, William, sen.,  fisherman
Barry, Michael , fisherman
Bawlud, Michael, fisherman
Briggs, John, fisherman
Breen, Edwatd, fisherman
Breen,John, fisherman
Breen, Patrick, fisherman
Breen, Patrick, fisherman
Brown, William, jun., fisherman
Burke, James, fisherman
Burke, William, fisherman
Cahill, William, fisherman
Cpmmprs. John, fisherman
Connors, Joseph, fisherman
Corcoran, James, fisherman
Corcoran, John, fisherman
Corcoran, Maurice, fisherman
Corcoran, Patrick, fisherman
Cummins, Thomas, farmer
Daley, Maurice, planter
Davis,  Henry, fisherman
Davis, Stephen, fisherman
Dervine, John, planter
Dobbin, David, fisherman
Dobbin, James, fisherman
Dobbin, Patrick, fisherman
Drohan. Michael, fisherman
Fagan, James, jun.,fisherman
Fagan, James, sen.,fisherman
Fagan, John, fisherman
Fagan, Michael, jun., fisherman
Fagan, Michael, fisherman
Fagan, Philip, fisherman
Fahey, Patrick, fisherman
Fewer, Richard, fisherman
Grace, John, fisherman
Hanlon, Patrick, fisherman
Harvey, John, fisherman
Heard, George, fisherman
Heard, Thomas, fisherman
Hogan, Michael, fisherman
Kearny, William, fisherman
Lee, Edward,  farmer
Lee, Henry, fisherman
Lee, James, fisherman
Lee, Patrick, fisherman
Lee, Thomas, farmer
McGrath, Thomas, fisherman
Mahoney, Daniel, fisherman
Mahoney, Michael. fisherman
Meehan, John, fisherman
Mooney, Patrick, fisherman
Mulloy, James,  fisherman
Murphy,  James , fisherman
Murphy, John, fisherman
Nagle, Peter, fisherman
Nowlan, Edward, fisherman
Nowlan, Edward, fisherman
Nowlan, Patrick, fisherman
Peddle, James, fisherman
Peddle, John, fisherman
Peddle, John, fisherman
Quilty, William, fisherman
Ryan, James, planter
Rourke, Bartholemew, fisherman
Rourke, Patrick, fisherman
Rowsdale, George, fisherman
Ryan, Charles, fisherman
Ryan, Michael, fisherman
Ryan, rev. John, R. Catholic
Ryan, Robert, fisherman
Sullivan, Daniel, fisherman
Sullivan, Stephen, fisherman
Tobin, James, fisherman
Tobin, John, fisherman
Vail, Michael, fisherman
Walsh, Edward, fisherman
Walsh, John, planter
Walsh, Patrick, Fisherman
Whelan, James, fisherman
Whelan, John, planter
Whelan, Thomas, fisherman
White, Thomas, fisherman
Yetman, John, planter
Yetman, Robert, 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 John M. Ross

Page Revised: January - 2003 (Don Tate)

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