Great Hill, Brooklyn, on the north side of Highway 3, is the location of important communications towers that serve the areas utilities and emergency services. During The Golden Age Of Sail, many mariners lived on Great Hill with a front row seat to the arrival and departure of vessels in Liverpool harbour. Although the once amazing views are now obscured by tall trees, one can still catch a glimpse of some of the town and waterfront. Some of the early residents of Great Hill arrived here from other countries, as crew on the ships. One of these persons was William Turner, born in Dominica, West Indies. Not only did he exceed a century but must have set a record to have reached 118. The cause of death, recorded in Nova Scotia Historical Vital Statistics in 1875, Book 1814, page 74, No. 70, was “old age”.
Greenfield Located at the foot of the first lake on the Medway River, and is termed in the MicMac, Ponhook, which means the outlet from the first lake on the river. Population: 144
Greenfield AreaStatistics, includes Bangs Falls, Buckfield, Greenfield, Indian Gardens, LaBelle, Middlefield, Molega, Pleasantfield, Wellington.