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who was who of families engaged in the fishery and settlement of Newfoundland, 1660-1840

K. Matthews

who was who of families engaged in the fishery and settlement of Newfoundland, 1660-1840

by K. Matthews

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Published in [St. John"s, Newfoundland] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Newfoundland -- Genealogy

  • Edition Notes

    Cover title.

    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS88N45 M36
    The Physical Object
    Pagination55, 465 leaves.
    Number of Pages465
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18335987M

    Marion Gilroy, Loyalists and land settlement in Nova Scotia (Halifax, ).— J. E. Langdon, American silversmiths in British North America, – CANNIFF, WILLIAM – Volume XIII () Toronto, de History of the settlement. Booklet about the Heart's Content Heritage District including memories of growing up, Old Jack's shop, the Arnott house, Cable Staff houses, SUF hall, Orange hall, Cable Station l.

    The name "Carey" is listed in K. Matthews, "A 'Who was Who' of Families Engaged in the Fishery and Settlement of Newfoundland " Notes for RUTH: Ruth's last name may have been Pollard, per Louise Kearley's notes. The Evening Telegram began publication in St. John's on 3 April and remains in print today under the title The Telegram. It was published daily except Sunday through to

    The Colonist began on 6 March , changing its name to The Newfoundland Colonist after 18 July Having printed local and international news Monday to Saturday for six years. Compiled by Richard Bugden, this collection of poems and song lyrics have all been written by Newfoundlanders, including James Murphy, Reverend Canon Noel, and Bugden himself. Com.


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A Who Was Who of Families Engaged in the Fishery and Settlement of Newfoundland by Keith Matthews. Memorial University 28 Jan. Memorial University 28 Jan. DUF/12 - National Maritime Museum Caird Library. Author of The Word of the Lord Came To Me--Now What?, The class of '32, Our Newfoundland and Labrador cultural heritage, Index to the Name Files, Lectures on the history of Newfoundland, Lectures on history of Newfoundland,A "who was who" of families engaged in the fishery and settlement of Newfoundland, Keith Matthews, A “who was who” of families engaged in the fishery and settlement of Newfoundland, – ([St John’s], ), J.

Howley, The Beothucks or Red Indians; the aboriginal inhabitants of Newfoundland (Cambridge, Eng., ), – J. Millais, Newfoundland and its untrodden ways (London, ), 24–30, Is this your ancestor. Explore genealogy for Druscilla Brace born Quidi Vidi, Newfoundland, Canada died 's, Newfoundland, Canada including research + descendants + more in the free family tree community.

Notable events in the history of Newfoundland; six thousand dates of historical and social happenings, comp. Devine and J. O’Mara (St John’s, ), 39, A “who was who” of families engaged in the fishery and settlement of Newfoundland, –, comp. Keith Matthews (St John’s, ).

Book of Nfld. (Smallwood), V: The name "Carey" is listed in K. Matthews, "A 'Who was Who' of Families Engaged in the Fishery and Settlement of Newfoundland " Notes for R UTH: Ruth's last name may have been Pollard, per Louise Kearley's notes.

This resource from the Maritime History Archive, Memorial University, St. John's Newfoundland was found in a print copy, but here is the digital copy: A "who was who" of families engaged in the fishery and settlement of Newfoundland, This link has .Thomas Lushman, or one of the same (or similar) name, is known to have sailed out of the port of Poole, Dorset (C.

Spiegelhalter, Who Was Who of Families engaged in the Fishery and Settlement of Newfoundland,). This manuscript lists "Lishman, from Dorset: Poole, Class: C.".Finding Your Canadian Story article: Newfoundland and Labrador Ancestors: The Maritime History Archive Part 1 Also at the Maritime History Archive in their digital collections: A "who was who" of families engaged in the fishery and settlement of Newfoundland,