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GUESTBOOK LOG REPORT #59
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Update August 30, 2002
Location: Leominster, Massachusetts, USA
Comments: Hi everyone!
My great grandmother was Catherine (Katie) Miller Jenkins, b. 3/10/1871
in Yarmouth, N.S. Her father was John J. Jenkins b. 2/22/1842 in
Yarmouth, N.S. His father was Charles Andrew Jenkins b. 12/11/1817
in Yarmouth, N.S. His father was James Jenkins I b. 2/22/1775 in
Hudson, N.Y. USA; died in Yarmouth, N.S. His father was Griffith
Jenkins b. 2/7/1737 in Hudson, N.Y. USA, died 12/1/1790 in Digby, N.S.
Other Yarmouth ancestors: Anna Louise Guest; Maria Piterkins; Sara Mealey; Louise Clark; Ebenezer Clark, III; Mary Olive; Marjory Vail; Hannah Heustis; Mary Brooks; Sarah Whipple; Elizabeth Dennis; Anne Lovitt; Hannah Burrell; MaryEllen Guest; Grace Post
If anyone would to add to this family or wants additional family information,
please feel free to email me.
Name: David Denis O'Neill
Location: Gervais, Oregon USA
Comments: I am planning to visit the area after a little more family
history research. My father's mother's family were the Comeau's of
which some generations back were living in Carleton. Ambroise and
I believe his son Isaac are in my lineage. My Grandfather was Michael
David O'Neill born in Moncton so will be interested in visiting that area
Comments: this site really sucks bad
Location: DERRY NH
Comments: MOTHER BORN IN NOVA SCOTIA (COMEAUVILLE ) WILL BE VISTING
THIS YEAR LOOKING FORWARD TO IT.
Name: Randy Crowell
Location: Vulcan Alberta
Comments: looking at the picture of the old Carleton Bridge brings back
some history of fishing the river I hope to get back there soon
Name: Nancy Seamans
Location: PO Box 154, North Carver, MA
Comments: I have many fond memories of camping and traveling through
out Nova Scotia and of your beautiful Cabot Trail. I am planning
on another visit very soon.
Name: Gerry Muise
Location: Saugus, Mass.
Comments: Husband Bill was from Yarmouth.( our second home) Coming for
a visit next week. Hope to catch up to some old friends.
Name: Linda (nee) Winchester
Location: Mississauga, Ontario
Comments: Just catching up on the reports here an am so pleased that
folks take time to admire the efforts put into this web site;well done
by a great team.
Comments: I have visited friends and family in Hebron and Yarmouth over
the years. Such a beautiful place. I do hope to have a return
visit before too many more years have passed.
Name: Roy and Linda Voutier
Location: RR 3 Chester Basin NS
Comments: Yarmouth is a beautiful area.
Name: MONTY FARRELL (SHUFELT)
Comments: GREAT OLD TOWN.
Name: Melissa Harris
Location: Sluice Point
This summer was the first time I had been to Yarmouth. I stayed in Sluice Point with a friend. A very beautiful place to grow up. I'll be looking forward to visiting again.
Location: Nova Scotia
Comments: I am looking for a place to stay in Yarmouth, close to Burridge Campus. If anybody knows of ANY places available, any information recieved would be greatly appreciated. Just send an e-mail to : firstname.lastname@example.org or call me at 902-387-2142.
Name: jennifer marrero
Location: brooklyn. new york
Comments: i'm looking for long lodt relatives by the name of umla. the
name was changed to hemlo when they came to the states 60 somewhat years
Comments: New Hampshire
Comments: MCINTOSH MCINTOSH MCINTOSH
Comments: Great site. I especially enjoyed the new addition..Acadien
section. The Acadie link is great. Looking forward to the 2004 re-union.
My father's family LeBlanc, and my mother's family Surette.
Comments: I truly loved my visit to your small town. I was really
relaxed and taken by the sights. I wish I had more time to see more
of the country side. I look forward to my next trip. Your town
has trunly captivated my heart.
Comments: Looking for information of the Sisco family who lived in Yarmouth
several years ago. My grandmother was Minnie Sisco.
Comments: I have looked the pages of your Guest Book, and have to say
it is very good organized.I have also looked into the Family Register,and
to my disappointment have noticed that all the families haven't got all
their children marked down so that if you wanted to get in touch with one
or more members of this Family you can't do so. Otherwise it is very well
Comments: Please visit site, Creative Expressions at http://home.flash.net/~antiqdotand
click on "Bookstore Links" and the book titled, "Slices," has several stories
that are based on my growing up in Wedgeport, Yarmouth Co., Nova Scotia
in the 1940s and 1950s. One of these stories is fishing the great Blue
Fin Tuna on the Soldier's Rip, a second story is about an eight-year old
boy who goes to Doucette's Wharf to get fresh fish for dinner, and what
he sees and does on his way there. A third story is about a family who
crosses the Bay of Fundy on the Bluenose from Bar Harbour to Yarmouth in
a terrible sea storm. Another story, "Confession of a Wanderer" has its
setting in the Tuna Wharf coffee shop. Thanks, Bill Boudreau
Comments: Nice page - I will be up to visit soon.
Name: Allan Muise
Comments: Nice page - I will be up to visit soon.
Comments: Nice web site.. Love schooners.. love the putt putt..
Location: alexandria scotland u.k
Comments: 2 years ago i spent 3 months in yarmouth those 3 months were
the happiest of my life.
Comments: Of all the great things that have come from Yarmouth,
Chantal Muise is by far the very best.
Name: PAUL KOTHLOW
Comments: SAY HI TO ALL MY FREINDS IN CLYDE RIVER
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