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Newfoundland Directory 1936

Containing an Alphabetically arranged Directory and Street Directory
of the City of St. John's and an Alphabetically arranged Directory of the
Districts of the Island

Also a complete Classified Business Directory of Newfoundland
including an Alphabetically arranged Map of District Towns with
their location

Copyright 1936

Newfoundland Directories, Geo H. Andrews, Proprietor

Printed and Published by Newfoundland Directories
( George H Andrews Printer and Publisher)

Water Street St John's, Newfoundland



St. George - Port au Port District

Surname Given Name Occupation
ABBOTT John J. lab
ALEXANDER Joseph lab
ALEXANDER Leonard lab
ALEXANDER Martin tmstr
ARCHER Gordon mgr- Aguathuna Co-op Ltd.
ARCHER Wm. painter
ARGON Matthew lab
BUTLER Peter warehse clk
DELANEY P. J. foreman- Dominion Iron and Steel Co Ltd
GOODYEAR Ronald steam shovel operator
GOODYEAR Wm. clk- N W Products Compant Ltd. Piccadilly
GURSHUE James fireman
HARVEY Leslie coll cstms
HOUSE Arthur mgr- DIS Co.
HOUSE Leonard quarry supt.- IP &P (CB)
HOUSE Mercier student
HOUSE Ray mech eng
HYNES Geo mech
MOORE Robert txmn
ORGAN Reg RC tchr
SNOW M. lab
WALSH Arthur power hse asst
WALSH Miss Jean tel opr
WALSH Ken mech

This page transcribed by Brenda Janes, Codroy, Canada

Page Last Modified: Saturday August 13, 2011 (Don Tate)
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