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Update Feb 28, 2001
Name: "happy" Carl D. Fenton
Location: Calgary , Alberta
Comments: I used to live in Yarmouth Co., N.S. Now am married and living in Saint John Any old friends recognize me drop a line i would love to hear from you.
Name: Judy &Robert Crowell
Location: Kemptville N.S.
Comments: Very interesting.
Comments: Nice to see a home town web page, being a real "down homer".
Comments: Would you have any information on the S.S. Yarmouth?
Comments: We will be coming to Nova Scotia by ferry from Portland Maine
sometime the first or second week of Sept. 01 Looking forward to seeing
this wonderful country. It will be myself and wife.
Comments: My name is Chris Sinderly. I live in Saint John, N.B.
I lived in Yarmouth for many years. I lived in the Hebron Residential Centre for awhile and would like to hear from others that were there. Yarmouth is a beautiful place and will always be my home away from home. Thank-You
Name: ute sautter
Location: 72461 Albstadt/Germany
Comments: I have been in nova scotia in 1996, I guess, not shure,
the best thing is taking the ferry to the united states
to portland without any problems.
The only thing I couldn't find was a fish-shop.
Do you have one in Yarmouth? And I also love buying birth-
day cards or any kind of cards in Canada. In Germany you've
no change/choice on that kind.
So, now I'm saying good-bye, best wishes to all of you
and take care......
Location: Winnipeg Mb
E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org ca
Comments: I was looking for yarmouth newspapers but could not findhelp would be appreciated
Comments: I was born in Yarmouth and left with my mom was I was 14.
I was born to George
Comments: Oops got cut off the first time I signed in. Anyway, I was
born in Yarmouth and left with my mom when I was 14 (a good number of years
ago). I was born to George A. MacInnis and Marguerite S. (Morton) would
love to hear from anyone in Yarmouth.
Name: Ted Gifford
Location: Beverly, Massachusetts
Comments: A very attractive and informative web site. Keep adding
to it, please.
Comments: Hi used to live there, I miss it there sometimes and your
websites brings me closer to home.
Comments: I AM FROM YARMOUTH. I WAS RAISED IN DEERFIELD. MY PARENTS
AND GRANDPARENTS WERE FROM KEMPTVILLE. THEY WERE PROUT AND HURLBURT. I
AM THE GRAND-DAUGHTER OF WINSTON AND AMY HURLBURT. I MOVED TO VANCOUVER
IN 1986. ANYONE FEEL FREE TO SEND AN EMAIL.
Comments: Hi Everyone in Yarmouth
It's been 7 years since I have been out of Yarmouth
I'm 18 now, I would have went to Maple Grove
I would like to visit yarmouth once again someday
If anyone knows me Give me an email I'd like to hear
Good web page!
Comments: Just wanted to congratulate you for your lovely site!
Comments: I am looking for information on relatives in Yarmouth and
I'm hoping your site will assist me or point me in the right direction..
Comments: Just like I remember it.
Name: Dick & Florence
Location: Wakefield, MA
Comments: We visit yearly at Eel Brook where my brother and wife both
reside in the family home. Love going there for hunting although
can't see any deer, they must know Dick is coming and hide very well.
Miss Maggies donuts..... Hello to all our friends in Quinin.
How is Perraio doing?......
Comments: Looking forward to visiting in July 2001
Comments: Looking for all the information i can about Yarmouth,i was
born on the lighthouse at Cape Forchu my father was light keeper at that
time.I am trying to trace his family history. I have enjoyed looking at
the web pages from there,keep up the good work. Yours Truly June Stanley
Just visiting my hometown of Yarmouth and good to find your guestbook.....g'day.....vel
Comments: A friend in Halifax referred me to the site because she found
email address of people she went to school with 50 years ago and made contact
with them. I think that is great
Comments: Interested in photos of old Yarmouth and area.
You did an excellent job in arranging material and getting information
Comments: Very nice sight, I loved the arial photo and history of South
Ohio (I used to live there).
Comments: Hi folks click on the address below and enjoy the grinders site
Comments: I lived in Yarmouth from 1973 to 1980 and have very fond memories of it. I would love to hear from any of my fellow classmates, friends and family. I'm especially looking for contact info on Chrissy Hubley. If anyone knows how I can reach her, please let me know.
I will be moving back to Halifax this summer and I can't wait to be closer to the ocean.
Great Web site.
Location: lower wedgeport
Comments: uncle larry aunt shirley just wanted to say i think you done
a great job on your site it is really great
keep in touch and god bless love you guys....:O)
Comments: Interesting site. Arrived via a link from Allies Attic.
Comments: Just to let you know, Quinan has one "N", not 2
Comments: Is the "Cat" the only ferry that goes from Yarmouth to Bar
Harbor? Are there other ferry lines that would carry our van and
ourselves? We are looking for an alternative. Please advise with
Comments: Looking to make a trip up to Yarmouth, NS, where my grandparents
Comments: i love yarmouth its the best town ever. the summer is the
best for sure down on the waterfront.
Comments: A great web page and sight. Keep up the good work people
I like your band page.<smile>
Comments: It's a nice place to live.
Comments: just a short note , to say the yarmouth county, web site ...is
really beautiful, and very informative ....you have done the resident of
yarmouth county , very proud ....!
Comments: A very pleasant, informative site. Even more scenic
pictures would be appreciated.
Comments: I would like to see info about the Bay Of Fundy
Comments: Thank you for inviting me to your website. I'm on a mission
to visit Yarmouth, since my roots are from there. What a beautiful place.
Comments: Very interesting and lovely pictures
Comments: very interesting pages little brother doing geaoeology research
woul appear grand father hails from district so it is nice to be able to
see places he mentions
Comments: I was born in Yarmouth in 1961 and
lived in the south end for eight years. I visted quite frequently since
then and I am amased at all of the changes.
Unfortunately I have not kept in touch with hardly any of my school mates in South End School, which would be nice to hear from them.
This is a neat webpage and scrolling through it makes me very homesick but I was glad to find there was such a page.
Comments: This is my first time visiting this site. I was hoping
to find a site dedicated to
the Weymouth Falls Reunion. I have attended all three and unfortunately by grand parents
Edna and Wilfred Jarvis were not alive to see this. Each year it has been a tremendous
success, I hope it grows each time. I want to thank you for including some information
on your site.
Comments: My wife & I will retire 6/01. We are interested in relocating
to the Yarmouth area. At this point we need to learn as much as we can about your lovely area
. can someone from your ccamber of commerce (or equiv
alant)contact me with information regarding relocation.
We have questions about the weather, (is it really that bad??) real estate, fuel prices.
please e-mail me at email@example.com & we can communicate;
Comments: This is very helpful in planning our vacation. We will
know where to go and what to see that interests us.
Comments: I lived in yarmouth for ten years and loved the place! Someday I would like to return. keep up the good work with the waterfront!
Comments: this is cool!!!!
Comments: Great site! Cheers
Comments: Many fond memories of the years I lived in Arcadia.
Comments: My grandfather was George Raynard, who has some historical items on display at the Yarmouth Museum. The Raynards in my family are centered in the Glenwood area. We have high hopes of visiting this summer.
Comments: You have done an excellent job. I am impressed
Name: Darlene Purdy
Location: Gardners Mills
Comments: My grandfather was Jeremiah Comeau, a blacksmith from Beaver
River. He passed away in the 50's. I would like any information you may
have on the settlement of Beaver River and would be thrilled if you have
anything regarding my grandfather.
Comments: There is no place like home, most interesting sites I love
them all. Keep it up!!!
Comments: Tjis sight is very interesting i wonder if you have somthing
about Carleton School
Name: Greg Dease
Location: Yarmouth NS Can.
Comments: Any one would like to drop a line feel free too
Comments: I lift Yarmouth in 1965 to jion the army at the age
of 17 years old. My home was in Little River Harbour. I went to school
in Comeaus Hill, Wedgeport and St Ann De Rousseau. I now live in Victoria
Comments: I'm so glad you all have this website. I was born in Yarmouth,
but was adopted. In July of 2000, I flew to Yarmouth and met my birth mother,grandmother,grandfather,
and my full brother. He has lived there all his life. He has a camp on
Mink Lake. I was there last summer, and am so happy there are some photos
that I can show my co-workers. Carlton is a beautiful place. Thanks for
the website. It's almost like being there.
Comments: great too see yarmouth on the net why don"t you get some realitors
too sign on there is a lot of people looking for prop. around there, my
sistrr barbara deaveau, works for one, i know she would be interested in
it she is on the t. v. channel that sells realistate
ss you again rosalie james. i was a macisaac from yarmouth
Comments: I am doing a geneology trace of my family tree and it ends
here in Yarmouth. My grandfather is Loran "Cuzzy" Fells.
His parents were Roy and Elizabeth (Muise) Fells.
I think Loran is still alive.
I am looking for any information to help me complete my
I can be e-mailed at the above address.
Comments: My parents were married in Yarmouth in the late'40's,and my
brother and I were born there.We lived on Grand St.I will always have a
soft spot in my heart for Yarmouth.
Comments: I am searching for a Allen or Allan who lived in Yarmouth
at one time, he had a son Bruce Allan or Allen and had a foster daughter
by the name of Marilyn Ethel,I am not sure, but he may have been a preacher
there around 50 yrs. ago, any info would be appreciated, please email me
Comments: cool website!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
Need a good detailed map of Tusket Falls.
Location: Eastern Passage, Nova Scotia
Comments: Hi Jeremy, I just saw your website. I am French-Acadian and
proud of it. I was born in Halifax where I grew up, went to
school and got married and now live in Eastern Passage. I have four
children, 3 sons and a daughter. My parents a d'Entremont who married
a LeBlanc are both originally from West Pubnico,NS. Just a short distance
from Yarmouth. My mother's brother the late Charlie LeBlanc and his late wife
Anne nee Blanchard lived in a Yarmouth all of their married lives.
Charlie worked for many years a shoe store on Main St. which
later was closed down and then later he worked for the Tourist Bureau
in Yarmouth. My mother's sister Therese d'Entremont nee LeBlanc and late husband
Allan d'Entremont owned the Singer Shop on Main Street and lived for a short
time not to far from it. So I am well aquainted with the town of Yarmouth.
I noticed that Jeremy LeBlanc was one of the researchers, and since I have
been doing genealogy for over 11 years now which include the
names of d'Entremont, d'Eon, LeBlanc,Barteaux,Pothier,Babin,
Amirault, DeVany, McClintick,McToal, Dobson etc. I am descended through Daniel
LeBlanc and his wife Francoise Gaudet and through their son Jacques LeBlanc who
married Catherine Hebert then to his son Jacques who married Catherine Boudrot to
Pierre who married Marie Madeleine Babin to Joseph married to Marie Amirault to
Joseph LeBlanc married to Marie d'Entremont to Andre married to Marie Anne Pothier
to Henri LeBlanc married to Therese d'Eon (my grandparents),
to Dorothee LeBlanc married to John d'Entremont (my parents) to me Francine d'Entremont
married to David Dobson. I have four children, Marc, Matthew,
Brian and Kimberly. I would like to hear from Jeremy LeBlanc to see where he fits in or
to any d'Eon, d'Entremont, Pothier, Amirault, Babin who may read this message.
Greetings from Eastern Passage, Nova Scotia. Fran Dobson nee
Name: Stephen Surette
Location: Arlington, MA
Comments: Nice job! Is Wedgeport to be included in this site?
My ancestors came from yamouth,NS. The Porters. My great grand
father was Asa Porter. His parents were Hezediah and Cecelia Kiernan Porter.
If you are related or have information I could get I would love to
hear from you.
Comments: I am searching for the burial site of my husband's grandfather
Andrew Freeman Goodwin, Born September 10, 1863, died April 22, 1927.Andrew
married Emma Louise Larkin,born 1875, died May 18, 1957. They were
both believed to be from the Argyle area. Any assistance that could
be given as the burial site of Andrew is unknown and family wants to find
it. Thank you Betty
Comments: I'm very pleased to find your web site! It's a helpful source of information, on a lovely and historic county of NS. I'm researching my ancestors (ALLEN, CROSBY and DENNIS)of Beaver River and Deep Brook. No luck yet, but who knows... it's not over, 'til the fat lady sings.
Comments: great site lots of information
Comments: born and raised in yarmouth 1956 (SOUTH ENDER) moved to ont
1979.still own property in yarmouth.
Comments: ben up here since 79 still dont like it but money is good
.looking for robert gridley who was in toronto?high school 1974.still like
the old times.still fishing but this time lake ontario.lots of fun.know
how rough is not living at home not being with the bye"s and all. will
be back someday where the heart is!
Comments: The music at the beginning is a very nice touch. Keep up the
Comments: this is a very interesting site
Comments: A true southender.born and raised at corner argyle and forbes.22
forbes st. do you rememember sookey our good?neibor .dad was a good fisherman.family
of five charles louise grace doug olive+ringo.now own proprty at 156 argle
st.stuart fevens best buddie still.love ya and still miss home and ERNIES
Comments: Hi there was just surfing the net and I thought that I would
sign the guestbook to say hello to all who come to this site too
Comments: A fine site - thanks - look forward to visiting in September.
Anyone named Mowat (other than Farley) or Drever in the area? Paternal
grandfather was an Orkneyman named Drever, he married an Orkneywoman named
Mowat. Both born in Westray, Orkney, 1868.
Name: TriCounty Lock & Safe
Location: Hebron, N.S.
Comments: I have just recently moved back home and I am trying to catch
up on all the changes that have taken place over the last 36 years. The
Waterfront is the most drastict change I've seen so far. Terrific work.
The only question I have is how to find the attractions that are not marked.
Thank you. Dave Cushing
Well that is it for 2000 welcome to 2001.
If the monk put 1 for the first year of the calandar than welcome to the 21st Century.
All the best to you and yours.
Got any predictions for the next 100 years?
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