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McAlpine's 1894-97 Directory
Bonavista District

KNIGHT'S COVE
AYLWARD Philip, of Philip fisherman
AYLWARD Thomas, of Philip fisherman
AYLWARD William fisherman
AYLWARD Thomas, of Wm fisherman
AYLWARD James fisherman
AYLWARD Joseph fisherman
AYLWARD Philip, of William fisherman
CAREW William fisherman
HANDCOCK Philip fisherman
MURPHY James fisherman
RICKETTS John fisherman
RICKETTS David fisherman
RICKETTS Maurice fisherman
RICKETTS William fisherman
RICKETTS Peter fisherman
RICKETTS James fisherman
RICKETTS Patrick, of James fisherman
RICKETTS John, of James fisherman
RICKETTS Patrick, of John fisherman
RICKETTS Thomas fisherman
RICKETTS John, of Simon fisherman
RICKETTS Patrick, of Simon fisherman
RICKETTS Simon so
RICKETTS Michael fisherman
RYAN William sr fisherman
RYAN John Thomas fisherman
RYAN William jr fisherman
RYAN Patrick fisherman
WALSH Patrick sr fisherman
WALSH William fisherman
WALSH Patrick jr fisherman

31 Entries Complete
[McAlpine's Directories ]

The entries have been transcribed as they appear in McAlpine's 1894 directory.
Over the years many of the names have become
colloquialized, so spellings of names may differ.

This page transcribed by Bill Crant in Nova Scotia and Don Tate in Sunny Florida

Page Revised: December 2002 (Don Tate)

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