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McAlpine's 1898 Directory
Bonavista District
Clode Sound
ABBOTT Joseph Ry laborer
BENGER Joseph carpenter
BAGGS Joseph Mill laborer
BEDLECOMBE John Mill loborer
BURT Robert fisherman
BURT John fisherman
CHALK Charles fisherman
COLE Reuben fisherman
CHATMAN William fisherman
DRODGE John Bridge Insp
EFFORD George Ry laborer
GREENING John RY laborer
GREENING Jackson RY laborer
GREENING James RY laborer
GREENING Thomas RY laborer
HARRIS Rodger fisherman
HARRIS James fisherman
HARRIS Clement fisherman
HARRIS William Bridge Insp
HANEY John Ry laborer
HUSSEY Isaac fisherman
HICKEY Petersec foreman
HOLLOWAY John Ry laborer
HOLLOWAY James Ry laborer
HOLLOWAY Henry fisherman
HOLLOWAY Job fisherman
HOLLOWAY William fisherman
KEATS George Ry laborer
KEATS Eli fisherman
JOE Stephen trapper
MARTIN George fisherman
MARTIN Joseph fisherman
MARTIN Arthur fisherman
MARTIN Thos fisherman
MILLS Thomas fisherman
MILLS William fisherman
MUGFORD John carpenter
NOSEWORTHY Samuel carpenter
OLDFORD Richard fisherman
OLDFORD John fisherman
PENNY George fisherman
PARDY Richard Ry laborer
ROWSELL James Ry foreman
STARES Francis postmaster
STARES Allan lobster packer
STARES Andrew bridge builder
STONE Josiah Hotel-keeper
STONE David tel operator
STONE Ambrose laborer
STONE Denman bridge builder
STEADS Frederick shop-keeper
SKIFFINGTON George carpenter
SHARP Arthur carpenter
TUCKER Thomas fisherman
WHITE Arthur fisherman
WHITE William mill laborer
WEBBER Jonas carpenter
WEBBER Thomas carpenter
WHELAN Johnson Ry laborer

59 Entries Complete

[ McAlpine's 1898 Directory Index]

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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