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Lovely Mary Ann

Roud Folksong Index (S214237)
First Line: Come all ye jolly fishermen, wherever you may be
Source: Leach, Folk Ballads & Songs of the Lower Labrador Coast (1965) pp.104-105
Performer: Letto, Peter
Date: 1960 (Jul)
Place: Canada : Labrador : Lance au Clair
Collector: Leach, MacEdward
Roud No: 6466
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Blooming Mary Ann

Roud Folksong Index (S199040)
First Line: I am a little sailor lad that do go on the sea
Source: Peacock, Songs of the Newfoundland Outports 2 (1965) pp.505-507 (version a)
Performer: Bruce, Joseph
Date: 1959 (Jul)
Collector: Peacock, Kenneth
Roud No: 6466
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Lovely Mary Ann

Roud Folksong Index (S214236)
First Line: I went down to a dance one night myself for to enjoy
Source: Peacock, Songs of the Newfoundland Outports 2 (1965) pp.505-507 (version b)
Performer: Pink, Kenneth
Date: 1959 (Jun)
Collector: Peacock, Kenneth
Roud No: 6466
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Blooming Mary Ann

Roud Folksong Index (S383021)
First Line: I went to a dance last Sunday night myself for to enjoy
Source: Kenneth Peacock Collection (Canadian Museum of History, Gatineau, Quebec) MS-72
Performer: Hardy, Austin
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Place: Canada : Newfoundland : Broad Cove, Duntara (Bonavista Bay)
Collector: Peacock, Kenneth
Roud No: 6466
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Blooming Mary Ann

Roud Folksong Index (S389548)
First Line: Come all you jolly fishermen wherever you may be
Source: Memorial University Folklore Archive (MUNFLA) (St. John's, Newfoundland) acc. 79-54 / tape C3983(A) / counter 076
Performer: Judge, Patrick
Date: 1974 (23 Mar)
Place: Canada : Newfoundland : Patrick's Cove
Collector: Wareham, Wilfred
Roud No: 6466
Subjects: (Song)

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Blooming Mary Ann

Roud Folksong Index (S383020)
First Line: I went down to a dance one night myself for to enjoy
Source: Kenneth Peacock Collection (Canadian Museum of History, Gatineau, Quebec) PEA 127 No. 893 (MUNFLA 87-157 / C11067A)
Performer: Pink, Kenneth
Date: 1959 (Jun)
Collector: Peacock, Kenneth
Roud No: 6466
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Blooming Mary Ann

Roud Folksong Index (S383019)
First Line: I am a little sailor lad that do go on the sea
Source: Kenneth Peacock Collection (Canadian Museum of History, Gatineau, Quebec) PEA 132 No. 914 (MUNFLA 87-157 / C11069B)
Performer: Bruce, Joseph
Date: 1959 (Jul)
Place: Canada : Newfoundland : Searston, Codroy Valley
Collector: Peacock, Kenneth
Roud No: 6466
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Blooming [lovely] Mary Ann

Roud Folksong Index (S389547)
First Line: Come all ye rambling sailor lads, wherever them she be
Source: Memorial University Folklore Archive (MUNFLA) (St. John's, Newfoundland) acc. 78-126 / tape C3853
Performer: Ryan, John
Date:
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Collector: Cedwell, Wayne
Roud No: 6466
Subjects: A man courts Mary Ann and eventually marries [sic] her, changing his profession from sailor to farmer so as to settle with her.

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Blooming Mary Ann

Roud Folksong Index (S391802)
First Line: Oh the first time ever I saw my love, . . .A spree
Source: Memorial University Folklore Archive (MUNFLA) (St. John's, Newfoundland) acc. 71-2 / tape C803 / counter 571
Performer: Dunford, Charles
Date: 1969 (16 Aug)
Collector: Dollimount, J.
Roud No: 6466
Subjects: Sailor meets a girl at a dance and takes her home afterwards. A few days later he returns and asks her father for her hand in marriage. He consents and gives them a house and land.

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My Blooming Mary Ann

Roud Folksong Index (S391801)
First Line: I am a jolly sailor lad that do go on the sea
Source: Memorial University Folklore Archive (MUNFLA) (St. John's, Newfoundland) acc. 72-153 / tape C-1020 / counter 473
Performer: Bruce, John
Date: 1972 (7 Mar)
Collector: Cormier, Gerald
Roud No: 6466
Subjects: Sailor meets young lady at a dance and falls in love; three days later he asks her father for her hand in marriage. Father agrees to the marriage, offers him money, land and a house, but insists that he stay on the shore ""plowing the land"" rather than the ocean.

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