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McAlpine's 1898 Directory
Bonavista District
Swain's Island
ABBOT Henry fisherman
BESS Geo fisherman
BESS Jas fisherman
BIDDLECOOMB Robt ferryman
DYKE Simeon fisherman
DYKE Josiah fisherman
DYKE Peter fisherman
FORD Arthur fisherman
FORD Wm fisherman
FORD Jas fisherman
HILL Jas fisherman
HILL Chas fisherman
HILL Wm fisherman
HILL Louis Wm fisherman
HILL John fisherman
HOYLES Saml fisherman
KING Martin fisherman
MULLETT Jas fisherman
MULLETT Wm fisherman
MULLETT Peter fisherman
NORRIS Abraham cooper
NORRIS Jas fisherman
NORRIS Daniel fisherman
STOCKLEY Geo, (Jas fisherman
STOCKLEY Henry fisherman
STOCKLEY Wm fisherman
STOCKLEY Thos fisherman
STOCKLEY Geo, (Geo fisherman
TILLER Wm fisherman
TILLER Absalom fisherman
TILLER Jos fisherman
TILLER Jas fisherman
WINSER Geo fisherman
WINSER Japhet fisherman
WINSER David fisherman
WINSER Jas fisherman
WINSER Kenneth fisherman
WINSER Fred fisherman
WINSER Jacob fisherman
WINSER Daniel fisherman
WINSER Obadiah fisherman
WINSER Solomon fisherman
WINSER Samuel fisherman

43 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 Don and Ruby Tate in Sunny Florida

Page Revised: December 2002 (Don Tate)

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