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Lovell's 1871 |
Provincial Business Directory
The chief town in the district of Trinity, situated on the north side of Trinity Bay. The town is built at the foot of large hill, on a harbor pre-eminent for picturesqueness. The harbor is, next to Burin, the best in the island, thoroughly sheltered from every wind. Farming is carried on to some extent, more especially on the Southwest and Northwest Arms. This town was at one time of considerable importance. It is a post town and port of entry. The Circuit court holds a session here every autumn, and a magistrate's court sits daily. It is the packet station for the mails for Bonavista and places further north. Distant from St. John's by steamer fortnightly, 63 miles, fare $4. A ferry plies between the town and the north side daily. Mail weekly. Population
Adams, William planter Ausworth, Charles fisherman Ausworth, John fisherman Ash, Francis fisherman Bartlett, Henry fisherman Bartlett, John fisherman Bartlett, Samuel fisherman Bay, Joseph fisherman Bayly, Benjamin fisherman Bayly, George fisherman Bayly, Robert subcollector customs Bayly, Thomas fisherman Bellows, Georgefisherman Bremner, Alexander trader Brennan, Richard trader Brown, James fisherman Brown, William planter Bugdon, Aaron fisherman Bugdon, George Bugdon, Joseph fisherman Burnell, John fisherman Caul, David fisherman Christian, George master mariner Churchill, George fisherman Churchill, Joseph fisherman Churchill, Richard fisherman Cole, Gilbert H. trader Coleman, Bartholomew planter Coleman, John Coleman, Peter planter Collis, Edwin school teacher Collis, William Connelly, Daniel planter Connolly, James planter Connolly, John fisherman Connolly, Thomas fisherman Cook, George Cook, Philip Cook, Thomas fisherman Cook, William fisherman Crocker, David fisherman Crocker, John fisherman Crocker, Mathias fisherman Crocker, Stephen planter Crocker, Thomas fisherman Crocker, William planter Cross, John Cross, William fisherman Cutler, Charles fisherman Cutler, John fisherman Deddem, Charles fisherman Deddem, Samuel Doherty, John fisherman Doherty, Micheal fisherman Eagan, Daniel fisherman Eagan, John fisherman Earle, Alonzo W. trader Evelly, Ananiasfisherman Evelly, George fisherman Evelly, Matthew fisherman Facey, Nicholas fisherman Facey, James farmer Field, Charles fisherman Fifield, Aaron planter Fifield, John fisherman Fifield, Thomas fisherman Fifield, William, jun. fisherman Fifield, William, sen. fisherman Fowlow, Mrs Sarah, wid Fowlow, Thomas fisherman Fowlow, Thomas, jun. planter Fowlow, Thomas, sen. trader/planter Fowlow, William fisherman Garland, Samuel farmer Gent, James Gover, Joseph fisherman Gover, Thomas planter Gralters, William fisherman Granger, Charles gaol keeper Grant, David B. Grant, Richard fisherman Green, Thomas fisherman Grish, William fisherman Groodman, John fisherman Guy, Philip fisherman Hall, John fisherman Hart, Thomas Hayter, Jamesfisherman Hayter, John planter/trader Hewitt, Henry fisherman Hewitt, Philip fisherman Hiddock, Edward fisherman Hiscock, Benjamin fisherman Hiscock, Edward fisherman Hiscock, Edward fisherman Hiscock, George fisherman Hiscock, Henry fisherman Hiscock, John fisherman Hiscock, Joseph fisherman Hiscock, Richard fisherman Hiscock, Robert fisherman Hiscock, Solomon Hiscock, Thomas fisherman Hiscock, William Hiscock, William fisherman Hodder, Charles fisherman Hodder, John fisherman Hogarth, James fisherman Hogarth, William planter House, George, jun. fisherman House, Robert fisherman House, William planter Hunt, Edward fisherman Hunt, William fisherman Janes, Arthur planter Janes, Elijah fisherman Jenkins, Thomas Jestreau, William fisherman Jones, John fisherman Jones, Jonas, jun. Jones, Jonas, sen. Jones, Robert fisherman Laite, James fisherman Lawler, Robert planter Ledrew, George fisherman Levisconte, Philip M.D. Lock, Aaron Lock, David trader/planter Lockyer, George Lucas, Jasper Lucas, Thomas fisherman McFarlane, Charles fisherman Mayers, James fisherman Meadus, William fisherman Miller, Benjamin trader Miller, Robert fisherman Miller, Samuel fisherman Miller, Thomas fisherman Milley, John fisherman Mills, R. fisherman Moore, James fisherman Moore, John fisherman Moore, William fisherman Morris, Robert planter Morris, Thomas fisherman Murphy, John Murphy, John, sen. trader/farmer Murphy, Patrick trader/farmer Newhook, John Oakley, George fisherman Percey, Joseph fisherman Peckham, Martin planter Phalen, John trader Piddle, Mrs Sarah wid Pittman, Joseph trader Pittman, William Powell, William fisherman Power, Arthur fisherman Power, John fisherman Reed, William planter Rowe, Eli fisherman Rowe, George fisherman Rowe, William planter/trader Sexton, James fisherman Sexton, Robert fisherman Shears, John C. Sinclair, Joseph fisherman Sivier, Charles fisherman Sivier, William fisherman Smith, Rev. Benjamin C of E Spence, Richard farmer Spurell, John fisherman Stewart, John fisherman Stoneman, George trader Sweetland, Benjamin lawyer Tavenor, George fisherman Tavenor, William fisherman Thorne, James Thorne, Joseph fisherman Thomas, Singleton fisherman Tibbs, Augustus fisherman Tibbs, James fisherman Tibbs, R. fisherman Tibbs, Thomas fisherman Tilly, William Verge, James trader Watts, Arthur Welshman, Thomas fisherman White, Dugald fisherman White, John policeman White, Robert planter White, Robert M.D./physician White, Thomas sailor Woolridge, Jonathan 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.
Transcribed by Michael Cooper
Page Revised: January - 2003 (Don Tate)
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