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GUESTBOOK LOG REPORT #46
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Update May 2, 2001
Comments: just lookig back at my home town.enjoyed the visit
Comments: Great site my father enjoyed it too.
Comments: Could someone please help me in regards to a very good freind
of mine? my name is gary morris and recently a freind by the name of gary
groves and his wife helene, and there kids david, and sherry, moved down
to yarmouth from toronto they did in fact give me the phone no: of his
mothers house who i beleive is also in yarmouth her name is jeanette but
unfortunatlly i no longer have therefore the meaning of this search
if anybody knows of him or any information about his whereabouts please
let him know that i have been looking and could he please contact me ?
thanking you in advance yours truly gary morris
Name: bruce beveridge
Location: central chebogue
Comments: nice site
Comments: nice site
Comments: i need contacts for my MARKETING MEDIA...
Comments: Hi: You have a lovely web site.....I really enjoyed all of
it. Can anyone out there send me a recipe for Rappi (Sp?) Pie. What is
it's origin? Nationality? I'll be down to see you this summer.....What
is the very, very best seafood/fish restaurant?
Comments: Great site!! Yarmouth is my hometown and I miss it every day.You
don't get the smell of salt water in Ontario.I miss all my friends and
family there.Had many a great time at the Clipper Ship.That's where I met
my husband.Feel free to drop me an e-mail ,I'd love to hear from anyone
Comments: I recently learned my ancestors lived in Forest Glen, the
name was Ross first name possibly James or John. My great grandfather was
John Ross who married Katherine Henessee. Any information would be greatly
Comments: Born Hebron, Yarmouth County, 27 Aug 1933. Father George
W. Cooke.Lived in Yarmouth 1933-1951,joined RCAF, served 30
years,retired 1980,living in Red Deer Alberta..Before I left
Yarmouth to join RCAF, lived at 428 Main St,across from
Grand Hotel..Interested in contacting Yarmouth people, and
am trying to trace ancestry..Can anyone help??
Comments: hello to the best little town of the east.
Comments: my wife and i were visiting my daughter and family last may.they had just moved there.we went down to help them move into there new home.we had never seen so many flowering crabs trees in one place.it was beautiful.we totaly fell in love with your beautiful town.can't wait to see the trees again this year.you have every right to be proud of yarmouth.
bill and margie
Comments: a few years ago I spent three days in Yarmouth and had seafood chowder ina place called the lobster pot. I do not find it on a list of restaurants. What happened to it and does it have a successor that serves the same kind of chowder.
If so, think you could get me a recipe?
Comments: I inherited several documents relating to the Yarmouth area
dating back to the early 1800's. One includes the resolution of a
dispute and the subsequent land division of Cow Island, among other items
like regiment lists (1871). Is there a historical group that might
be interested that I could contact? They were the property of one
Captain Jeffery who might have also served as a magistrate since two magistrate
lists are part of the documents I have. If no interest, I may put
them on ebay for sale.
Comments: Yarmouth is great, but South Ohio rules! (I know, very juvenile,
but it had to be said.)
Comments: Hi! Enjoyed the look back at the town I grew up by! We lived
in Lake Doucette, but Yarmouth was always "town"! (My Dad worked at Motor
Mart!)I'm also looking for info on the local paper, The Vanguard. I hope
you appreciate what a beautiful little town you have there; nothing in
Saskatchewan has ever come close.....
Comments: BORN IN YARMOUTH IN 75 LIVED THERE FOR 20 YEARS,SOME OF THE
BEST OF MY LIFE.GOOD TO SEE THAT LITTLE OLD YARMOUTH IS ON THE WEB FOR
EVERYONE TO SEE.AND A HELLO TO ALL THE GUYS THAT ARE STILL THERE.
Comments: I am writing an itinerary for an RV trip to the Maritimes
and Cape Forchu/Yarmouth Light are included. Just looking for some
specific information and directions form Yarmouth.
Comments: Only liived in the area for 5 years after I retired, friends
told me about this site and I must say I really enjoyed it.
Comments: I would like any information someone may have on a cotton
mill in Yarmouth N.S. running around 1968.
I was put up for adoption in Ontario and I am trying to do some none intrusive reasearch.
any info someone could give me would be appreciated.
Comments: This is a great site. Found relatives and people I went to
school with.I went to Carleton School & Y.M.H.S. Was raised in Kempt.Have
been in B.C.for the past 10 years. Always enjoy coming home to Yar.at least
once a year.
Comments: I am interested in events in June and July.
Comments: I am looking for any information on the new company, Register.com
that has come to Yarmouth. I am originally from Yarmouth and really
would like to come home. I am looking for any information that might
have been released in the Yarmouth Herald in regards to hiring. If
you or anyone else has access to this and can send it to me, I would be
grateful. Of course I would have to add that my parents would be
grateful also as they are anxious to have their grandchildren home also.
Thank you Debbie
Comments: Found the Kemptville page and was hoping to see a bit more.
Good site over all and makes one think of years gone by and of visiting
what used to be home. (Kemptville)
To the best little town in the country, the place of my birth, the place of my youth, the place in my heart.
Comments: Greetings Again:
Looking forward to returning home for good this coming August. Things have changed since the '60's, but I'm really excited about getting back to once more be a part of what is and that which is yet to be. For those folk who have never experienced a lifetime of rambling and working in and around the rest of our Canadian provinces and the greater part of the U.S.A. ... believe me, you have a little bit of Paradise right there in the palm of your hands. The grass really isn't greener on the "other side of the road".
Comments: I am searching for the records or tombstone,cemetary
of my grandfather SELBY GARLAND. He lived in Digby, Berwick area
around 1916-28. He was from Nfld. The last one of his children was born there. Katherine. I would like to know the name of the Cemetary he is in and the date he was born and died. It is very possible that he is buried close to his son Herbert and wife Olive Garland. He would be in the Anglican cemetary, or perhaps Public... Thank You so much.....Judy Garland
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