AYLWARD 1790 descendants of William Aylward, bacon merchant of Waterford and the First Irish Foothold in Atlantic Canada
FEWINGS, 1701 master of the Waterford Galley Fishing at Ferryland, Newfoundland. Peter Fewings bottle seals found as part of the Archaelogy of the Avalon Colony project.
FOLEY, Thomas esq. (1761-1839) June 19 (Wednesday) Died on Monday last, at his residence in this town, THOMAS FOLEY, Esq., merchant, aged 78 years. His funeral will take place tomorrow afternoon. From the Star & Conception Bay Journal Harbor Grace His dau, Mary Foley was married to son of St. John's/Waterford merchant Patrick MORRIS where Foley is mentioned as also being a Waterford merchant; also Luke MADDOCK of St. John's was a Waterford merchant. 1831 FOLEY -August 18 (Thursday) Died- Recently in the prime of his life, at Labrador in consequences of a fall from a stagehead, Mr. Timothy KENNEDY, Ship Master of Harbour Grace, and nephew of Mr. Thos. FOLEY of that town. His remains were brought to Harbour Grace on Monday last and interred on the following day. from The Newfoundlander
KENT, John Esquire. Attorney for many Waterford families in Newfoundland. Including the Kennedys.
MADDOCK, LukeWaterford Merchant in St. John's, Newfoundland 1804
McCarthy,Felix 1760 Irish Merchant at Harbour Grace; I think he was from Youghal area near Waterford
MEAGHER, Thomas Francis. Irish Nationalist transported to Australia who fled to NY and became Civil War Union General.
MORRIS, Patrick (1811 -) Patrick MORRIS, Waterford Merchant, St. John's politician; his nephews were John and Robert Kent also of Waterford and liberal politicians in St. John's, Newfoundland.
POWER, Placentia Bay
PRENDERGAST, James Luke.
SWEETMAN and SAUNDERS 1790 Waterford Merchants of Placentia Bay, Newfoundland; William Saunders out of Ferryland bottle-seal at the Archaelogy of the Avalon Colony project.
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