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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

1936 DIRECTORY

MIDDLE BROOK

St. George's Bay District

Surname Given Name Occupation
BENNETT Mitchell logger
BURCHELL Albert frmr
COOK Victor fshrmn
COOPER Samuel logger
KING Adolph logger
KING Charles logger
KING Fred Jr logger
KING Fred Sr frmr
KING William logger
McCLOUD George logger
TURRETT John logger
WARREN George fshrmn
WHITE Thomas frmr
WHITE William lab
YOUNG Albert lab
YOUNG Arthur logger
YOUNG Boyes lab
YOUNG Dominic logger
YOUNG Frank fshrmn
YOUNG Frank logger
YOUNG Henry Jr logger
YOUNG Henry Sr frmr
YOUNG John logger
YOUNG Lawrence fshrmn
YOUNG Norman lab
YOUNG Seabright fshrmn
YOUNG William logger
YOUNG Winslow fshrmn

This page transcribed by Don Tate (2013)

Page Last Modified: Monday August 12, 2013 (Don Tate)
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