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Nova Scotia 1770 census, some 1773 and 1787

copied and indexed by Bernice C. Richard
Richard, Bernice C. (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Chicago, Illinois : Chicago Genealogical Society, 1972
37, xii p.

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Previously published in Report of the Board of Trustees of the Public Archives of Nova Scotia for the year ended 31st December, 1934.

Includes index.

Partial contents: Amhurst [i.e. Amherst], 1770 -- Annapolis, 1770 - Barrington, 1770 -- Conway, 1775 (became Digby in 1784) -- Harbour of St. Johns River, 1775 -- Cumberland, 1770 -- Falmouth, 1770 -- Granville, 1770 -- Hillsborough, 1770 (now in New Brunswick) -- Horton, 1770 -- Londonderry, 1770 -- New Dublin, 1770 -- Onslow, 1770 -- Donegall (or Pictou), 1770 -- Sackville, 1770 (now in New Brunswick) -- Truro, 1770 -- Yarmouth, 1773 -- Queens County (included part of Shelburne County at that time), 1787 (Liverpool Twp., Port Mutton, Port Jolly, Port Hebear [i.e. Port Hebert], Jones' Harbour in Hebron, Sable River, Ragged Islands in Hebron).

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