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3 edition of Early Cape Breton newspapers. found in the catalog.

Early Cape Breton newspapers.

Amish Romance

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Published by Administrator in Cape Breton Genealogical Society

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      • Includes index.

        StatementCape Breton Genealogical Society
        PublishersCape Breton Genealogical Society
        LC Classifications1994
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 140 p. :
        Number of Pages66
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10nodata

        nodata File Size: 5MB.

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Protest Song and Verse in Cape Breton Island

— Halifax: Genealogical Association Nova Scotia, 1986. See, for example,South-Carolina Gazette Charleston9 April 1754, 1; I May 1755, 2; and 15 April 1756, 2. 2 ; ISBN 1895982219 v. Moreover, once the King had granted a house of assembly to a colony, only an act of parliament could remove the body.

The mineral rights to the island were given over to the by an order-in-council. 45 ship Dunlop, with 96 settlers see report of ships' Pictou English: Acadian Recorder June 12 brig Enterprise 59 days, Liverpool a number in steerage Barrington Irish: Acadian Recorder Sept.

The location was between Margaret Rudderham and Catherine Dixon, 57, widow. The general queried: Are the Canadians ignorant of their Present Situation?

A Short History of Cape Breton Annexation (Part II)

Some of the first British-sanctioned settlers on the island following the were Irish, although upon settlement they merged with local French communities to form a culture rich in music and tradition. " This was probably the Argyle which, according to Peter DeLisle of Arichat PANS, Vol. The work is made even more valuable by the presence of an index to surnames, and also to ships.

The first marriage on the list was of John David Lewis to Sarah Rudderham, on 20 March 1822, and the second was of John Lewis to Anne Rudderham on 7 August 1823.