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McAlpine's 1894-97 Directory
St. Barbe District

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ANDREWS Henry fisherman
BUDGELL Elias fisherman
BUDGELL James fisherman
BUDGELL George fisherman
BUDGELL John fisherman
BOONE Arthur fisherman
BUTT George fisherman
BURTS Moses fisherman
BROWN John fisherman
CHURCHILL Joseph fisherman
CRITCH William fisherman
CHIP Solomon fisherman
CHIP Albert fisherman
CHIP Isaac fisherman
CHIP Alexander fisherman
CHANCE John fisherman
DICKS Eleazar fisherman
DWYER James fisherman
DUGGAN Daniel magistrate
DUGGAN William fisherman
DUGGAN Matthias fisherman
DUGGAN P Daniel postmaster
FOSTER James fisherman
FOSTER Jesse fisherman
FRENCH William fisherman
HULETT Nicholas fisherman
HULETT William fisherman
MARTIN Thomas fisherman
MITCHELL Giles fisherman
MORGAN George fisherman
MORGAN Joseph fisherman
MILLER Mark fisherman
MILLER Ezihor fisherman
NEWBURY Isaac fisherman
PARSONS William fisherman
PARDY George fisherman
TILLY John fisherman
THOMAS William fisherman
THOMAS Solomon fisherman
THOMAS Robert fisherman
WARREN John fisherman

41 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 Judy Barker

Page Revised: December 2002 (Don Tate)

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