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SHARP'S DIRECTORY - Carbonear
1885/6

NAME GIVEN NAME OCCUPATION ADDRESS

W

Walsh George fisherman North ridge
Walsh James fisherman Gadden's marsh
Walsh John fisherman Irish town
Walsh David fisherman Powell's brook
Walsh Charles fisherman Knight's marsh
Walsh John fisherman Knight's marsh
Walsh John fisherman Knight's marsh
Walsh William fisherman Knight's marsh
Walsh James fisherman Main street
Ward Michael fisherman Valley road
Watts John   North ridge
Webb Samuel fisherman Bake Apple marsh
Wells Justin fisherman Chapel hill
Wells Joseph fisherman South side
Westcott Joseph master mariner North ridge
Westcott Samuel fisherman North ridge
Westcott William   Beach
Whelan Edward fisherman Irish town
Whelan Edward fisherman Irish town
Whelan John fisherman Valley road
White Michael fisherman London road
White Patrick fisherman London road
Widger Silas   North ridge
Williams George fisherman North ridge
Williams James fisherman North ridge
Winser Alfred fisherman North ridge
Winser George fisherman North ridge
Winser John fisherman Crowdy street
Winser Benjamin fisherman Crowdy street
Winser James planter and general dealer Main street
Woods Thomas tinsmith Main street

Transcribed by Lenora Purey (August 2003)

Page Revised: August 2003 (Don Tate)

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