Deaths (genealogical research) Queens County Museumís Thomas H. Raddall Research Centre, 109 Main St., Liverpool, Nova Scotia, Canada, includes the following information for viewing on microfilm: Deaths - Indexes For Registry Of Deaths 1864-1877 - all 18 Nova Scotia counties - A-H, H-M, O-Z Deaths: Annapolis County - 1864-1877 Kings County - 1864-1877 Lunenburg County - 1864-1877 Pictou County - 1864-1877 Queens County - 1864-1877, 1866-1872, 1873-1877 Richmond County - 1864-1877 Shelburne County - 1864-1877 Victoria County - 1864-1877 Yarmouth County - 1864-1877
Note: The province of Nova Scotia did not keep birth, marriage and death records prior to 1864, and no provincial birth or death registry was kept from 1877 to 1907 due to difficulties in the financing of officers to maintain the records. Birth registrations, in particular, are very informative in that they list the individualís birthdate, sex, names of the parents, as well as the date and location of the parentsí marriage.
Obituaries Obituaries published in the Liverpool Advance from 1976 to 2004 are located in Bookcase #2 in Thomas H. Raddall Research Centre, Queens County Museum.
Funeral Home Records Chandlersí Funeral Home records starting in 1893 and ending in 1980, are on microfilm in Thomas H. Raddall Research Centre, Queens County Museum. They include details such as place and cause of death, age, date of death, place of birth, occupation, residence at time of death, and place of burial. After 1935, death records include names of the deceasedís parents, if known. 1893-1925 - Index (front and middle of reel) 1925-1931 - Index (front and middle of reel) 1935-1949 - Surnames in alphabetical order 1950-1965 - Surnames A-C, D-L, M-W, W-Z 1965-1980 - Surnames A-Darling, Dauphinee-Harlow, Harlow-MacEachern, MacGillvery-Quinn, Raddell-Vogler, and Wadsworth-Zwicker
Newspaper Index All vital statistics have been extracted from Liverpool newspapers and the Gold Hunter of North Queens. Cabinets, on the back wall of Thomas H. Raddall Research Centre in Queens County Museum contain 115,000 index cards, in alphabetical order by surname, start with 1864 births, deaths and marriages. This project is the work of Queens County Museumís family history group.