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McAlpine's 1898 Directory|
Bay St. George's District
Alley Joseph, fisherman. Brown Geo., seaman. Brown Chas. , fisherman. Brown Geo. jr. , fisherman. Cook Wm. A. , farmer Carter Jas. E. , gen. dealer Evans Thos. W. T. , postmaster Gale Isaac, fisherman Gill Richard, fisherman Gale George, fisherman Gilliam Isaac, fisherman Gilliam John, farmer Gilliam Franklin, fisherman Gale Dean, fisherman Gale Robert, fisherman Gale Thomas, fish warden Gilliam Israel, fisherman Gilliam Stephen C. , fisherman Gilliam Wm. , fisherman Hulan Wm , farmer Hulan Richard H. , fisherman Hulan Robert, fisherman Hulan Stephen, fisherman Hulan Jehosaphat, fisherman Hulan Wm. E. , fisherman Hulan Stephen S. , musician Hulan Edward, farmer Legge Isaac, seaman Legge Stephen R. , seaman Legge Emanuel, seaman Legge Wm. , farmer Legge Philip, farmer Legge Richard, farmer Legge Joseph, seaman Legge James W. , farmer Legge Thomas, fisherman Legge George, fisherman Legge Jos. , fisherman Morris Henry, farmer Morris Jos. , farmer Morris Wm. , farmer Morris Wm. jr. , fisherman Renouf Robt. , fisherman Renouf Fred, fisherman Renouf Isaac J. , fisherman Renouf Geo. , fisherman Renouf Clement, lob. packer Shears Geo. M. , inspector weight and measures Shears Moses, farmer Shears Eli, fisherman Shears Stephen R. , fisherman Shears Thos. , farmer Shears Richd. B. , gen. dealer Shears John, farmer Tilley Abram, fisherman
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.
55 Entries (Completed)
This page transcribed by Alice Van Dyken
Page Revised: December 2002 (Don Tate)
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