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McAlpine's 1894-97 Directory
Placentia and St. Mary's District

Population of District, 12,801
Chief Town, Great Placentia, Population, 1,303


SurnameGiven Name Occupation
ALLEN James fisherman
BARRETT Samuel fisherman
BARRETT James fisherman
BARRETT John fisherman
BARRETT William fisherman
BARRETT Robert fisherman
BARRETT Jonas fisherman
BARRETT Robert J fisherman
COLLINS John fisherman
COURTNEY Charles fisherman
COURTNEY William fisherman
COURTNEY Thos Wm fisherman
HUSSEY Henry fisherman
HUSSEY John fisherman
INKPEN JOB lobster packer and trader
LOCKYER Joseph fisherman
LOCKYER Heber fisherman
MARSHALL James fisherman
MONKS Benjamin fisherman
PIERSEY James fisherman
PIERSEY Benjamin fisherman
REID John fisherman
RODGERS James fisherman
STACEY Charles fisherman
STACEY Samuel fisherman
STACEY John fisherman
STAINER George fisherman
STAINER William fisherman
STACEY Philip fisherman
WILLIAMS James fisherman
WILLIAMS James B fisherman
WILLIAMS Thomas B fisherman
WILLIAMS Thomas B fisherman

33 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 Don Tate in Sunny Florida (December 2000)

Page Revised: December 2002 (Don Tate)

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