2 edition of Nova Scotia - Massachusetts MacDonald & MacLean families found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Massachusetts MacDonald & MacLean families, MacDonald and MacLean families|
|Statement||by Arthur W. Hendon|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 171 p. :|
|Number of Pages||171|
Hilda Gretchen (MacDonald) Barron 29 Mar Mount Denson, Hants County, Nova Scotia - 04 May managed by Richard MacDonald last edited 19 Feb James Norman MacDonald 04 Oct Mount Denson Nova Scotia - 14 Jun D. C. MacDonald, Esquire, the efficient Inspector of Customs for Eastern Nova Scotia, is of this family of MacDonalds. We know Mr. D. C. MacDonald very well. In his public and private character he would be a credit to any ancestry; and if history can be trusted his ancestry is a credit to him.
The ancestors of the MacDonald family come from the ancient Scottish kingdom of Dalriada. The family name comes from the Anglicized version of the Gaelic personal name Mac Dhomhnuill. MacDonald is a patronymic surname, which belongs to the category of hereditary surname MacDonald arose from the vernacular naming tradition, whereby surnames were formed by adopting the given . Nova Scotia, a pictorial record: historical prints and illustrations of the Province of Nova Scotia, Canada, by Charles P. de Volpi Nova Scotia, Canada's ocean playground Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Prince Edward Island for Dummies by Andrew Hempstead.
Father: Patrick MacFarlane 1,2 b. , d. 10 Jun Mother: Catherine Murphy 1,2 b. c , d. 17 Oct Relationship: 1st cousin 3 times removed of Donald James MacFarlane Last Edited: 30 Jul Birth*: James was born in at Upper South River, Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada. 1,2,3,4 Marriage*: He married Eliza O'Saughnessy circa at Nova Scotia, Canada. 1,2,5,4,6. Descendants of Big Donald (Donald Mor) MacDonald. Generation No. 1. 1. BIG DONALD (DONALD MOR) 12 MACDONALD (ALASDAIR 11, RUA ALASDAIR 9 MACDONALD, IAIN OG 8, IAIN MUIDEARTACH 7, ALASDAIR 6, ALAN 5, RUAIRI 4, ALAN 3, RANALD 2, JOHN (LORD OF THE ISLES) 1 ISLEY) was born Abt. in Scotland, and died .
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Nova Scotia - Massachusetts MacDonald & MacLean families Item Preview remove-circle Nova Scotia - Massachusetts MacDonald & MacLean families by Hendon, Arthur W. (Arthur Woodfin), Publication date Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files. IN : BOOK - Loyalists and Land Settlement in Nova Scotia.
Compiled by Marion Gilroy under the direction of D. Harvey, Archivist Originally published (This historical reprint by Global Heritage Press) The list of United Empire Loyalists who appear in this book, was compiled from the land papers in the Public Archives of Nova Scotia and checked with the land papers in the Department of Lands.
Clansfolk of Clan MacDonald Crest of Clansfolk of Clan MacDonald. Several folks of Clan MacDonald emigrated from the Isle of Lewis with those of Clan MacIvor and settled among them at the Gulf Shore in Cumberland County, Nova Scotia. John Munro MacIvor, a descendant of some of these MacDonalds, outlined their history in Chapter Fifteen, Chapter Sixteen, and Chapter Seventeen of his History of.
Nova Scotia (also known as Mi'kma'ki and Acadia) is a Canadian province located in Canada's known history, the oldest known residents of the province are the Mi'kmaq the first years of European settlement, the region was claimed by France and a colony formed, primarily made up of Catholic Acadians and Mi' time period involved six wars in which the Mi.
Get this from a library. Genealogy of the Mark Crowdis family of Cape Breton, Nova Scotia: and extended families.
[Patricia West Crowdis; Thomas Richard Crowdis, Jr.] -- Mark Crowdis (Crodis) was born in England in He married Ann and they settled in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia in They had ten children. He married Hannah Maria in Beddeck, Nova Scotia. Genealogical Association of Nova Scotia - promote the study of genealogy and family history in Nova Scotia; to collect and preserve genealogical material relating to Nova Scotia.
Introduction. General Introduction to the Series. The series of publications under the general title of Eastern Shore Families has been created to provide the reader with a brief historical overview and present the genealogies of families who lived in the villages along the seacoast between Eastern Passage and Marie Joseph, eastward from Halifax, Nova Scotia.
A new edition with an essay on Irish Music in Cape Breton by Paul M. MacDonald, pages, Index. $ Highland Settler: A Portrait of the Scottish Gael in Cape Breton and Eastern Nova Scotia: Charles W. Dunn Breton Books, Wreck Cove ISBN: pages, Cape Breton Family Genealogies Tuesday, Jun MST This is a list of personal family genealogy websites that have either been referred to us or been found through search engines.
Keith Mann passed away on July 3, in Sydney, Nova Scotia. Funeral Home Services for Keith are being provided by S.W. Chant & Son Funeral Home - : Donald MacDonald OC (Septem – Septem ) was a Canadian social democratic politician and trade unionist who led the Nova Scotia Co-operative Commonwealth Federation and was elected as a member of the Nova Scotia House of Assembly in In he was elected President of the Canadian Labour Congress (CLC).Political party: Co-operative Commonwealth Federation.
A little more than a week ago, I created a mailing list to discuss the Mc/MacDonald families who settled in Nova Scotia. Through this list, I hope descendants of these many families will be able to solve the mysteries within their tree branches.
Everyone with an interest in Mc/MacDonald families in Nova Scotia is welcome. "John A. Campbell was born on a farm on the Black River, Inverness County, Nova Scotia, Aug. 1st, ' In he took up his residence in Newton, Mass., being in the employ of an express company.
History of Inverness County, Nova Scotia Chapter XXXIII - River Dennis This District takes its name from the river flowing through Whether the river was named after the famous Nicholas Denys after an Indian Chief called Deny whose headquarters were at t basin of the river when the first Highland settlers came, and who w then very old, is an.
LeBlanc & MacLean Families of Nova Scotia - Related Obituaries The LeBlanc and MacLean Families of Nova Scotia MacLean (MacDonald), Jean Gertrude ; MacLean, John Allan ; a team he memorialized in his book, "The History of the Petit de Grat Red Caps".
He served as regional director for Baseball Nova Scotia and as a. Kings County Deeds Paul West sold land in and in The deeds provide no information about his wife and family. I then remembered that I owned a book which I had purchased about thirty years ago with the title WEST LINES, published in Truro, Nova Scotia, in and written by Margaret Adelia contains pages on the West families of Cornwallis Township, however, there is no.
Index created by the Nova Scotia Archives. Contains registered births with some birth entries as early asdelayed birthsmarriagesand deaths The MacNeils of Bay St.
Lawrence, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia The Aday-MacDonald Family Home Page User Home Pages "Gomez-Maccarrone from Spain and Italy in Australia". Ronald MacLean passed away on J in Sydney, Nova Scotia.
Funeral Home Services for Ronald are being provided by T.W. Curry Parkview : Queens County Nova Scotia Photos From The Past & Present By Tim McDonald.
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As I reported that year, Dexter owner Carl Potter and.Civil death registrations were recorded in Nova Scotia between andand began again on October 1, Death records of persons who died before are held at the Nova Scotia Archives.
All death records are retained by the office of Vital Statistics for a .