Family History The following surnames are in a collection of printed genealogies in Bookcase #3 in the Thomas H. Raddall Research Centre, Queens County Museum, Liverpool, Nova Scotia, Canada. The books also contain genealogies of related families. B Baker Barnaby/Burnaby Barss Baxter”Beach”Becker Berriman Bixhop Boehner Bolivar Borden Boutilier Bowlby Brewster C Cable Cahoon Carten Chaisson Chandler Chandley Chute Collins Conway Conrad Cook Cox Croft Cronin Cross Crouse D Daggett Deal Delliser Deveaux Deville Dewis Dimock Doggett Dollivar Drew Dukeshire E Eaton Ennis Ensign Eichel F Falkenham Farquahar Feder Fiske Forbes Ford Fralic Fraser Freeman Frolig G Gifin Greek H Halter Hammet Harnet Harlow Harlton Hatter Hatt Hemeon Hiesier Hiltz Hirtle Holden Huiras Huskins Hutt J Jess Johnson Jollimore Jollymore Juhan K Kempton Kimpton Kirby Knowles Krause Krauss L Langille Leaman Levy Lloyd Locke M Machie Mader Mansfield Manthorne Martin Mason Mathieson MacDonald MacLeod McDonald McKinon McNutt Meichsner Melvin Meisner Middlemas Miller Middleton Morgan Morse Mosher Mouser Mouzar Miller N Naugler Newcombe Nickerson O Oickle O’Sullivan P Parks Passamaquoddy Patterson Payzant Phinney Pimentel Pitts Purdy R Rafuse Ramey Ratchford Rhodenizer Richardson Ringer Risser Robar Roberts Robert Rodenhiser Rothenhauser Rowter Roy Rynders S Sabean Savory Schmitt Seeling Selly Shaw Shey Shot Sinclair Siwa Smiley Smith Sprague Spurr Stanford Stevens Strong Sullivan Sweeney T Tanner Tupper V Vail Verge Viegie Veinot Volgler W Waldron Wamboldt Ward Weagle Webster Weinacht Wentzell Westhaver Wesley West Weynacht White Whiting Whynot Wigel Wild Wilneff Wilson Wiswell Wrynn Z Zwicker
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N.S. Historical Vital Stats N.S. Historical Vital Stats Anyone interested in researching family history in Nova Scotia may use the Internet to access historical vital statistics. The web site contains a database of one million historical birth, marriage and death registrations in Nova Scotia dating back to 1864. www.novascotiagenealogy.com features view high-quality digitized images of original records online by simply entering a person's name. Electronic files or paper copies of these records can also be ordered online. "This is among the first and largest projects of its kind in Canada and will be of immense value to genealogists," said Provincial Archivist Brian Speirs. "It is the culmination of more than three years of work involving numerous partners and stake holders within and outside government." It began with the transfer of historical records from Nova Scotia Vital Statistics to Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management in 2004. This is a process that will continue at a rate of approximately 12,000 additional records annually. Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management acquires, preserves and makes available the province's documentary heritage.
Down Home, a website created by the late Muriel Farquhar Davidson, and now maintained by her granddaughter Michelle Cowan, contains a wealth of information about some Queens County families. Click here.