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McAlpine's 1898 Directory
Bay de Verde District
Upper Small Point
CLARE William fisherman
FAHEY William general dealer
HAYDEN Richard general dealer
HAYDEN John general dealer
HURLEY Vincent fisherman
HURLEY Maurice fisherman
HURLEY William fisherman
HURLEY Michael fisherman
HURLEY Thomas fisherman
KING John Sr. planter
KING Denis planter
KING Bartholomew planter
KING James Jr. planter
KING James Sr. planter
KING Thomas Sr. planter
KING Patrick planter
KING James (James fisherman
KING James (James sr. fisherman
KING Edward jr. fisherman
KING John jr. fisherman
KING Bernard fisherman
KING Edward sr. fisherman
KING Thomas jr. fisherman
KING Richard (Edward fisherman
KING Richard (John fisherman
LEARY Timothy fisherman
LEARY Jeremiah fisherman
LEARY Michael fisherman
LEARY John fisherman
SHORT Samuel gen dealer
SHORT William gen dealer
SHORT James fisherman
SOUTHWELL Richard fisherman
TRAVIS John fisherman
TRAVIS Michael fisherman
TRAVIS William fisherman

36 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 Carrie Corsby. Tucson, Arizona, USA

Page Revised: December 2002 (Don Tate)

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