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McAlpine's 1904 Directory
Harbour Main District
ANDREWS Alfred carpenter
BISHOP Amy, wid John
BISHOP Abram farmer
BUTLER Wm, of Wm carpenter
BUTLER Saml sr farmer
BUTLER Geo Benj farmer
BUTLER Peter farmer
BUTLER Matthew farmer
BUTLER Fredk blacksmith
BUTLER John fisherman
BUTLER Henry no occupation
BUTLER Wm, of Henry farmer
BUTLER Reuben farmer
BUTLER Joseph no occupation
BUTLER Nathaniel carpenter
BUTLER Wm Richd electrician
BUTLER Jos jr laborer
BUTLER Jos, of Nath miner
BUTLER Benjamin farmer
BUTLER Arthur miner
BUTLER Saml jr farmer
CLUNEY Peter farmer
CLUNEY Samuel butcher
FAGAN Jacob farmer
FAGAN Joseph sr farmer
FAGAN Joseph jr farmer
FAGAN Archibald farmer
HODDER Thomas fisherman
HAINS Henry farmer
HAINS Jn, of Henry farmer
HAINS Jn, of Robt farmer
HAINS Isaac farmer
HAINS Saml jr farmer
HAINS Patience, wid Robert sr
HAINS Charles farmer
HAINS William farmer
HAINS John, of John farmer
HAINS Robert farmer
HAINS Samuel carpenter
HAINS Robert miner
JEANS Charles miner
KENNEDY Thomas miner
KENNEDY Moses farmer
KENNEDY John farmer
LEAR Geo Henry farmer
LEAR Joseph miner
LAMBSWOOD Richd miner
PETTEN John Nicholas farmer
PETTEN Isaac farmer
PETTEN Robert farmer
PETTEN Thomas farmer
PETTEN George farmer
PETTEN John,of Edw fisherman
PETTEN Edw Thos farmer
PETTEN John, of Chas farmer
PETTEN Joseph farmer
PETTEN Charles, of Wm laborer
PETTEN Nicholas laborer
TAYLOR James farmer
TAYLOR Eli butcher
TAYLOR Jacob farmer
TAYLOR Samuel butcher
TAYLOR Henry farmer

63 Entries Complete
[McAlpine's Directories]

The entries have been transcribed as
they appear in the 1904 directory.
Over the years, many of the names have become
colloquialized or spelled differently.

This page transcribed by Carrie L. Corsby

Page Revised: January - 2003 (Don Tate)

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