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Lovell's 1871
Provincial Business Directory
TOPSAIL
A Picturesque bathing place on the south side of Conception Bay, district of Harbor main. It is much resorted to during the summer season. Agriculture is chiefly carried on. It has some geological features of interest and is remarkable for its fine beach. it is the first settlement on the main line of road around Conception Bay. Distant from St. John's by road by 12 miles, Population 230.
 

 

Allen, Edward & George Smith,  fishermen
Allen, George, fisherman
Allen, James, jun.
Allen, William
Barnes, John, fisherman
Boggin, John, farmer
Boggin, William, farmer
Brine, James
Brine, John, farmer
CARTER REV. G.W.B.,ch of England
Christopher, Miss Bridget, teacher
Churchill, Philip, fisherman
Churchill, Samuel
Daly, Patrick, general dealer
Flannery, Thomas, farmer
Geehan, John, farmer
Geehan, Richard, farmer
Gleeson, Timothy, fisherman
Hibbs, James, fisherman
Holly, Edward, farmer
HUTCHISON REV. GEORGE, M A.,  ch of England
Kennedy, Patrick
King, Thomas, fisherman
McDougall---, farmer
Mercer, Robert, fisherman
Metcalfe, James, farmer
Metcalfe, Nicholas, farmer
Moyes, James
Miller, James, farmer
Miller, Robert, fisherman
Neville, Gregory, farmer
Neville, James, farmer
Parmiter, James, J., & A. Ribbs
Smith George, sen., fisherman
Smith, Nathaniel, fisherman
Smith, William, fisherman
Snow, Abram, fisherman
Snow, John, fisherman
Somers, Philip, fisherman
Squires, Charles, fisherman
Squires, William, fisherman
Swansborough, Wm., school teacher

 

 

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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