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Port Mouton Island School - The teacher in
the picture below was Harriet Laura Frellick.
Originally of Port Mouton, she married
Burton Cook and later moved to the
United States, but continued to visit this area
in the summers. Burton Cook's father,
Caleb Cook, was buried on Port Mouton Island.
Relatives of the late Harriet (Frellick) Cook,
still living in the area (when this was written in 2006)
include nephews Murray and Stanley Smith of
Hunts Point who are sons of Harriet�s late sister,
Myra (Frellick) Smith, also a school teacher
before her marriage to Clifford Smith of
Beech Hill Farms.
Children, left to right, back row: ?, Basil Cook, ?, Cecil Cook.
Front row: Walter "Bud" Cook, ?, ?, ?, ?
The picture is believed to be from the vicinity of
1908 to 1911.
(Photo courtesy of Barbara (Cook) Meredith)
Note: If you can identify any of the children,
email QCT

Harriet Laura Frellick
Born: 18 Apr 1880, Hunts Point, Queens, Nova Scotia, Canada
Marriage: Joseph Burton COOKE 19 Nov 1901, Hunts Point, Queens, Nova Scotia, Canada
Died: 8 Sep 1965, Somerville, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA, at age 85
Harriet married Joseph Burton COOKE on 19 Nov 1901 in Hunts Point, Queens, Nova Scotia, Canada. (Joseph Burton COOKE was born on 26 Nov 1873 in Port Mouton Island, Queens County, Nova Scotia, Canada, christened on 5 Jun 1910 in Port Mouton Island, Queens County, Nova Scotia, Canada, died on 31 Dec 1918 in Port Mouton Island, Queens County, Nova Scotia, Canada and was buried on 2 Jan 1919 in Port Mouton Island, Queens County, Nova Scotia, Canada.)
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~butterworth/7084.htm

 

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