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McAlpines Directory

St Mary's

(St Mary's and Placentia)

Adams Thomas planter
Bacon John, jun. planter
Bacon Thomas fisherman
Barry Patrick fisherman
Boen Thomas planter
Boen William, jun. fisherman
Breen John fisherman
Breen Patrick fisherman
Burke James planter
Burke William fisherman
Cahill William planter
Callahan Stephen fisherman
Cohelan John planter
Connors John fisherman
Connors Joseph fisherman
Davis Henry fisherman
Devine John planter
Dobbin James fisherman
Doran Michael fisherman
Fagan Michael fisherman
Fagan Philip fisherman
Feever Richard fisherman
Grace John fisherman
Harrington James fisherman
Kenney William fisherman
Mahoney Michael fisherman
Mahoney Patrick fisherman
McGrath Thomas  
Mooney Patrick planter
Murphy James J.P.
Mulloy James farmer
Murphy John fisherman
Nowlan Edward fisherman
Nowlan Patrick fisherman
Peddle James fisherman
Peddle John fisherman
Peddle John planter
Power Joseph fisherman
Power Stephen fisherman
Quigley William fisherman
Ryan Charles planter
Ryan John farmer
Scully Benjamin fisherman
Sullivan Daniel farmer
Sullivan Stephen fisherman
Vail Michael fisherman
Walsh John planter
Walsh Patrick fisherman
Whelan James planter
Yetman John planter
Yetman Roland fisherman

Transcribed and Contributed by Bonnie Hickey (August 2002)

Page Revised: August 2002 (Don Tate)

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