Tickles, Newfoundland and Labrador

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Tickles was a small settlement with seven families. It is located in the Placentia and St. Mary's District. It had a population of 61 in 1951 and 58 in 1956.

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Coordinates: 47°09′16″N53°34′19″W / 47.15444°N 53.57194°W / 47.15444; -53.57194

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