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1871 Lovell's Directory

Caplin Bay

CAPLIN BAY - A fishing settlement on the Strait shore south of St. John's district of Ferryland. Nets and seines are used here mostly in the prosecution of the cod fishery, and the inhabitants are also engaged to some extent in salmon fishing and farming. Distant from St. John's by road 42 miles, from Ferryland by road 2 miles. Mail fortnightly. Population 260.

SURNAMEGIVENOCCUPATION
BolanRobertfisherman
BolanThomasfisherman
ClanceyJohnfisherman
ClanceyMichaelfisherman
CondonThomasfisherman
FoleyThomasfisherman
GatherallThomasfisherman
GregoryPeterfisherman
HeadonThomasfisherman
HearnMichaelfisherman
JohnstonWilliamfisherman
KavanaghPatrickfisherman
KeefeEdwardfisherman
KeoughEdwardplanter
MaberThomasfisherman
MorryBenjamintrader
MorryRoberttrader
PowerMichaelplanter
RediganRichard, sen.fisherman
RidoutCharlesfisherman
RossiterJohnfisherman
RossiterWilliamfisherman
RyanPatrickfisherman
SullivanJosephplanter
SwainJohnfisherman
SwainJosephfisherman
SwainRobertfisherman
TappJohnfisherman
TooleTerenceplanter
WadeJohnfarmer
WalshJamesfisherman
WhelanMatthewfisherman
Wills Georgefisherman
YoungDominiquefisherman
YoungWilliamplanter

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