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The records of the Church of Jebogue in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, 1766-1851.

The records of the Church of Jebogue in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, 1766-1851.

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Published by Stoneycroft in Yarmouth, N.S .
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    Places:
  • Yarmouth (N.S.),
  • Nova Scotia,
  • Yarmouth.
    • Subjects:
    • Chebogue Church (Yarmouth, N.S.) -- Registers.,
    • Church records and registers -- Nova Scotia -- Yarmouth.,
    • Yarmouth (N.S.) -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      ContributionsTrask, Stuart, 1925-, Trask, Gwen Guiou, 1926-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCS88.N64 R43 1992
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvii, 284 p. :
      Number of Pages284
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL428777M
      ISBN 100969191375
      LC Control Number98135588
      OCLC/WorldCa40684780

      So Obstinately Loyal James Moody By: Shenstone, Susan Burgess Price: $ Publisher: Montreal & Kingston, McGill-Queen's University Press: * Records of Church of Jebogue, 14ff. MS in the Public Archives of Nova Scotia. The first pages of this valuable document were written by Rev. J. Scott. 5 Ibid., 33ff. Jonathan Scott was born at Lunenberg, Mass., Oct. 12, , and moved to Yarmouth in See, "Rev. Jonathan Scott's Family Bible," The May-flower Descendant (Igo6).

      BOOK - A History of the County of Yarmouth Nova Scotia By J. R. Campbell Originally published by J.A. McMillan, St. John, This edition by Global Heritage Press, Milton, (CD ). The records of the Church of Jebogue in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, 7 copies Elias Trask, his children and their succeeding race: the Trasks of Nova 3 copies Early vital records of the township of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, 2 copies.

      The Quebec Family History Society is the largest English-language genealogical society in Quebec, Canada, encouraging the study of family history in Canada, British Isles, France, Europe & the U.S. These settlers were squatters on Crown-owned lands and, after doing all the work to build their settlement and homes, they wanted the land to be theirs legally. On July 6, , six of the settlers petitioned Sir John C. Sherbrook, the Lieutenant-Governor of Nova Scotia, for land. The petition read.


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Unfortunately, the church was decommissioned in. Given that the Nova Scotia government did not consistently register births, deaths, and marriages prior tochurch registers, which record the baptisms, marriages and burials of parishoners and their children, are an important source of information for family history.

Luckily for you, Nova Scotia is one of the few Canadian jurisdictions to digitize its Historical Vital Statistics and put them online. Two centuries of surviving birth, marriage and death records registered with the provincial government are available on our companion website, That’s one million names in a.

1 reel of microfilm: Baptisms: Marriages: Burials: Other: Confirmations, ; List of War Dead. The records described in the Nova Scotia Parish Registers Collection Database are available at Nova Scotia Archives (Halifax, NS) in microfilm format for personal research purposes.

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