1945 Newfoundland Census for Ferryland District

1945 Newfoundland Census for Ferryland District (Corrected Pages)

 

Microfilm Start – Vol 4 – 1945 Newfoundland Census

Cover for Volume 4 of the 1945 Newfoundland Census - Ferryland District

Cover of Volume 4 of the 1945 Newfoundland Census

Warning Concerning the Mismatched Right and Left Pages

First Folio of Volume 4 Clearly Demonstrating Why Subsequent Pages Are Mismatched

 

The Goulds

(Including Lower & Upper Goulds, Back Line and Forest Pond)

 

Page 1  Page 2  Page 3  Page 4  Page 5
Page 6  Page 7  Page 8  Page 9  Page 10
Page 11  Page 12

 

Bay Bulls

 

Page 13  Page 14  Page 15 Page 16  Page 17
Page 18  Page 19  Page 20  Page 21  Page 22
Page 23  Page 24  Page 25  Page 26  Page 27
Page 28

 

Witless Bay

(Including Presentation Convent)

 

Page 29  Page 30  Page 31  Page 32  Page 33
Page 34  Page 35  Page 36  Page 37  Page 38
Page 39  Page 40

 

Mobile to Brigus South

(Including Tors Cove, Burnt Cove, St. Michael’s, Bauline and Lamanche)

 

Page 41  Page 42  Page 43  Page 44  Page 45
Page 46  Page 47  Page 48  Page 49  Page 50
Page 51  Page 52  Page 53  Page 54

 

 

Calvert

 

Page 55  Page 56  Page 57  Page 58  Page 59
Page 60  Page 61

 

Cape Broyle

(Including Island Cove, Admiral’s Cove, Shore’s Cove, Spout Cove)

 

Page 62  Page 63  Page 64  Page 65  Page 66
Page 67  Page 68  Page 69  Page 70  Page 71
Page 72  Page 73  Page 74

 

Ferryland and Aquaforte

 

Page 75  Page 76  Page 77  Page 78  Page 79
Page 80  Page 81  Page 82  Page 83  Page 84
Page 85  Page 86  Page 87  Page 88  Page 89

 

Fermeuse

(Including Clear’s Cove, St. Bernard’s, Admiral’s Cove, North Side, Riverh7ad, Kingman’s, Trix’s Cove, Bear’s Cove)

 

Page 90  Page 91  Page 92  Page 93  Page 94
Page 95  Page 96  Page 97  Page 98

 

Renews and Cappahayden

 

Page 99  Page 100  Page 101  Page 102  Page 103
Page 104  Page 105  Page 106  Page 107  Page 108
Page 109

 

 

Trepassey to St. Shott’s

(Including Biscay Bay, Portugal Cove South, Cape Race, Drouk, Daniel’s Point, Shoal Point, Cape Pine, Northwest Arm)

 

Page 110  Page 111  Page 112  Page 113  Page 114
Page 115  Page 116  Page 117  Page 118  Page 119
Page 120  Page 121  Page 122  Page 123  Page 124
Page 125  Page 126  Page 127  Page 128  Page 129
Page 130  Page 131  Page 132  Page 133  Page 134
Page 135  Page 136

 

Revisions

 

Aiden O’Driscoll, Bay Bulls

Alexis (?) Sullivan, Trepassey

Anthony Brien, Bay Bulls

Cornelius Aspell, Bay Bulls

Edward Coady, Bay Bulls

Edward Howlett, Lower Goulds

Edwin G. Chafe, Forest Pond (Goulds)

Emitt (?) Pack, Bay Bulls

Gertrude Glynn, Bay Bulls

Gordon Williams, Forest Pond (Goulds)

James Dunphy, Bay Bulls

James Walsh, Lower Goulds

James White, Biscay Bay

John E. Williams, Forest Pond (Goulds)

John Glynn, Bay Bulls

John Putt, Lower Goulds

John Ryan, Biscay Bay

Joseph White, Biscay Bay

Michael F. Curtis, Trepassey

Nellie Dunphy, Bay Bulls

Patrick F. Hefferman [sic], Lower Goulds

Peter Williams, Back Line (Goulds)

Sister Claudia Brake, Witless Bay

Sister Francine Whelan, Witless Bay

Sister Margaret Mary Sopp, Witless Bay

Sister Mary Aiden Walsh, Witless Bay

Sister Mary Evanista Waddleton, Witless bay

Sister Mary Concepta Evans, Witless Bay

Sister Mary Flavian Furey, Witless Bay

Silvester J Lynch, Bay Bulls

Thomas Myrick, Cape Race

Thomas White, Biscay Bay

William Brennan, Lower Goulds

William Howlett, Lower Goulds

William O’Reilly, Goulds

End of Microfilm of 1945 Newfoundland Census – Volume 4 – Ferryland District

 

 

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