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Bryan Keddy - bryanfkeddy

 
Clan MacLean - Atlantic This site is a forum for all Atlantic Canadian MacLean's and their Septs to gather and share our interests, announcements, links, and photo's and e-mail group - ENJOY !

Halifax City, Nova Scotia GenWeb
HISTORIC HALIFAX From Stockade to Metropolis.

Halifax County Cemetery Listings

Halifax County Surname Registry  This Registry is made available to anyone researching their Halifax County, Nova Scotia Ancestors as a means by which to contact others researching the same surnames.

Keddy's of Nova Scotia   This site is a forum for all Keddy's and anyone interested in our genealogy.  You may meet some old friends or we may even be related.
COME ON IN AND MEET THE KEDDY'S!
Family Tree Maker - Keddy's of Nova Scotia
Rootsweb Database - Keddy's of Nova Scotia

Lunenburg County, N.S. - 1755 Victual List

Lunenburg County, N.S - 1770 Census    The information contained on the first census of Lunenburg County was taken in January of 1770 and contains 298 names listed, with a total of 1493 people living in Lunenburg County.

Lunenburg County - Yahoo Gen Club   APlace to talk about Lunenburg County Genealogy. The membership to this group is free. After you join you may leave messages, photos, links, and chat with other researchers of Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia.

MacLean - Campbell Connection  This site is a forum for all MacLean's and Campbell's to gather and share their interests, announcements, links and generally have a good time... My MacLean ancestry starts in Inverness-shire, Scotland with my great grandparents - Duncan & Catherine MacLean in the early 1800's - complete with photos and a brief history.

Martin's River, Nova Scotia   Four generations of my Keddy ancestors either lived or were born in this small community on the South Shore of Nova Scotia. I will attempt to show a history of this hamlet on the Atlantic Ocean including it's church, cemetery, and mainly the people who lived there.

My Home Page   Hi there, I'm Bryan and this is my personal home page. Yea, the applet photo's are of me! My hobbies include photography, building scale model boats, fishing and genealogy.

My Hobbies- Here's a collection of photo's of some of my model boats as well as some of my fathers - hope you enjoy!!! And here's the link to my current wall mural project...

Old Maritime Postcards - There are many wonderful pictures of places in old postcards therefore I am looking at putting together a collection of old Maritime Postcards (preferably black & white photo's or hand painted variety) Hope you enjoy !

Reeves Genealogy - My paternal grandmother was Nora Amelia Reeves, hence the reason for this website.  Come on in and meet the Reeves researchers - we may be even be related?

Scotland Glens - Glenurquhart & Glenmoriston - Glen Urquhart has not got the rugged beauty of the Glens of the west, nor has it the grandeur of some of Scotland's most famous glens, Glencoe or Glen Nevis, for instance, but it does have a beauty that is all its own.

Ships to Halifax and Lunenburg 1749 to 1753 - as well as the proposed logo and the re-enactment plans for the 250th Anniversary of Lunenburg to be held during the summer of 2003.

Siemen's - Goertz - From Russia with Love   Dietrich John Siemens married Anna Martens in Petershagen, South Russia in 1900. They had four children - Kate, John Dietrich, Jacob Dietrich and Peter Dietrich. He was a carpenter.He died in February 1959 in Coaldale, Alberta. They are both buried in Coaldale Mennonite Brethern Cemetery.
 


OTHER WEBSITES I MAINTAIN

Bluenose - In Search of the Truth
Philip Eisnor (Nova Scotia)

Dion Genealogy
Peter & Nancy Dion (Nova Scotia)

Down Home - Flat Rocks Nova Scotia
Muriel Davidson (Ontario)

Highland and Island Emigration Society (HIES)
Passenger Lists from Scotland Highlands to Australia (1852 - 1857)
Peter MacDonald (California)

Pat Watson's Home Page
Pat Watson (British Columbia)

Post 1901 - Canadian Census Campaign
THERE MAY NEVER BE ANOTHER CENSUS RELEASED TO THE PUBLIC In 1906 the revised law concerning the census put a new emphasis on privacy, therefore the 1906 Bill to stop release of all census information from the public eye.
Muriel Davidson (Ontario)