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McAlpine's 1898 Directory
Bonavista District
Benton
BIRD James teamster
BIRD Thorinton teamster
BRENT Job fisherman
BUSSEY Thomas fisherman
BUSSEY Archelaus fisherman
FELTHAM Charles fisherman
FELTHAM Benjamin (Abel fisherman
FELTHAM Jeremiah fisherman
FELTHAM Elijah fisherman
FELTHAM Samuel fisherman
FELTHAM Ben (Jeremiah fisherman
FELTHAM Wm fisherman
FELTHAM Abraham fisherman
FELTHAM Peter fisherman
FELTHAM James fisherman
GUSHUE Patrick fisherman
LeDREW Geo H. fisherman
MERCER Azariah lumberman
MERCER Thomas lumberton
OLIVER Wm C. fisherman
OSMOND Job lumberman
PAUL Alfred lumberman
PAUL Josiah lumberman
PAUL Lemuel lumberman
PAUL George lumberman
PAUL Thomas lumberman
READER Albert lumberman
RENDALL Alfred engineer
REID Archibald lumberman
ROBERTSON Robert lumberman
ROGERS Richard fisherman
SIMSON Archie millwright
SIMSON W J. millwright
TITE Elias millwright
TITE John millwright
TYLER Earnest telegraph operator
WALL Patrick lumberman
WARREN Elias J. lumberman
WARREN John lumberman
WALSH Stephen lumberman

40 Entries Complete

The entries have been transcribed as
they appear in the 1898 directory.
Over the years, many of the names have become
colloquialized or spelled differently.

This page transcribed by Dan Breen

Page Revised: December 2002 (Don Tate)

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