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McAlpine's 1898 Directory
Burin District
Port au Bras
ABBOTT Peter fisherman
ABBOTT Denis fisherman
ABBOTT William fisherman
ABBOTT John fisherman
ALLAN William fisherman
BRENTON Philip fisherman
BRENTON George fisherman
BENNETT John fisherman
BENNETT Henry fisherman
BENNETT Samuel sr. fisherman
BENNETT George fisherman
BENNETT Samuel jr. fisherman
BECK William fisherman
BROWN James fisherman
BROWN Jesse fisherman
CLARK Thomas fisherman
CLARK George sr. fisherman
CLARK Henry fisherman
CLARK Richard fisherman
CLARK William sr. fisherman
CLARK Thomas (Richard fisherman
CLARK John sr. fisherman
CLARK Wm Henry fisherman
CLARK John jr. fisherman
CLARK William jr. fisherman
CLARK George jr. fisherman
CHEESEMAN Jeremiah fisherman
CHEESEMAN Laurence fisherman
CHEESEMAN George fisherman
CHEESEMAN Thomas fisherman
CHEESEMAN William fisherman
CHEESEMAN James fisherman
CHEESEMAN Thomas jr. fisherman
DIBBIN John fisherman
DIBBIN Henry (Henry fisherman
DIBBIN George fisherman
DIBBIN Richard fisherman
DIBBIN Henry (John fisherman
FUDGE Job fisherman
FUDGE Robert fisherman
FUDGE Thomas fisherman
FRANCIS Wm fisherman
FRANCIS Edward fisherman
FRANCISWm, jr. jr. fisherman
HARDSTONE Joseph fisherman
HOLLETT Arthur fisherman
HOLLETT Wm fisherman
HODDER John fisherman
HODDER John jr. fisherman
HODDER James fisherman
HODDER Joseph fisherman
MITCHELL Matthew fisherman
MITCHELL Joseph fisherman
MITCHELL Ambrose fisherman
POWER William fisherman
WHITE Thomasfisherman

56 Entries Complete
[ McAlpine's Directories]

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 Don and Ruby Tate in Sunny Florida

Page Revised: December 2002 (Don Tate)

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