Nova Scotia, Queens County, Genealogical Notes of Thomas Brenton Smith (FamilySearch Historical Records)

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Thomas Brenton Smith. Nova Scotia, Queens County, genealogical notes of Thomas Brenton Smith. Nova Scotia Archives and Records Managements, Halifax, Canada.

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Key genealogical facts found in the genealogical collection of Thomas Brenton Smith usually contains the following information:

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  • Marriage dates
  • Names of cousins
  • Causes of deaths
  • Maiden names of wives
  • Places of birth, marriage and death
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