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MARRIAGES

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BURIALS

BOOK 2 - ST. ANN, GUYSBOROUGH, NOVA SCOTIA    

 
 


Cover:

    Bapt. & Marr. All Parishes Dec 1833 to Apr 189_?

    [Book] 2

Inside cover:
    Baptisms 1 to 337. Marriages 1881 page 338 to 348. Deaths from page 348-352 (307).
    Includes a dated April 10, 1948 written to W. B. MacIsaac, PP requesting a baptismal certificate: "...prior to 1893 there was no priest at Larry's River, NS. Until that date both Larry's River and Charlos Cove were missions of St. Joseph Parish, Port Felix NS. The first priest who resided at Larry's River was Father Choletton. That was in 1893 according to the records we have on hand.”


Title pages:
"I the undersigned was ordained Priest in the Grand Seminary of Quebec the year of our lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty nine (on St. Claire's day the 12th of August) on January after took charge of this Parish. R. I. Meighan PP". Underneath is a newspaper clipping, handwritten number 1849 is written in blue ink. The clipping reads: "100 Years Ago Today (From the Chronicle Files) The New York Express says that some eastern gentleman in connection with one or two capitalists of New York have made arrangements to build a hotel in that city which will cover an acre and a quarter of ground. In the House of Assembly yesterday Mr. Marshall, presented a petition from the Parish Priest at Guysboro, NS and a thousand other inhabitants, praying a grant of 20 pounds a year in favor of erecting a school in the town of Guysboro to educate the Catholic population. It was read and referred to the Committee on Education.”
"The Register Book for Baptisms and Marriages of St. Ann's Parish. Commenced by the Reverend R. J. Meighan PP January 1, 1840. In which year the Glebe house and three lots were sold at public auction in the Court house of Guysborough on the first day of May and repurchased by the Parishinors of St. Ann's for the sum of 50 pounds currency."

"On Sunday the fifth of December 1869 and [_?] of Advent Thomas Condon Esqr being selected by the commissioners voice of the parishioners duly appointed a Warden of St. Ann's Church in place of Mr. W.H. Gallagher - removed from the place. Michael Thompkins P.r. Guysborough Dec 5, 1869.
"1839”


Page inserted with the following typed information

[transcriber could not find matching records in this register]:

Grady, Robert Anthony..page 3

Hadley, Bernard Herman..27

Hadley Burton Jost Bernard..21

Hall..9

Hall Florence Mary Alice..39

Hingley, June Lillian Mary..17

Hayworth Ernest H..177

Jameson, Cecilia A..13

Jameson, Douglass Allen Henry..11

Jameson, Mary Elizabeth..5; K.

Lawlor, John Howard..33

Long, Clarence Francis..13

MacDonald, Lawrence Michael..21

MacDonald, Martha Mabel..7

MacDonald, William Gregory..3

MacDonald, Robert Burns..15

MacGillivary, Mary Teresa..31

Munro, Francis Douglass..21

Nocten, Hazel Elizabeth..37

O'Connor, Lawrence Joseph..23

Pelly, James Leo..1

Pelly, Margaret Alice..1

Scan: 002_01_X1_0193.


Page 51 inserted; text as follows:

(Ellen) Mrs. Isinrgr Whitman

Ann Flavin, Santiago, Col [or Cal].

Oscar Litiv, Lawlor, Boston, Mass.

Scan: 002_01_X1_0051, pg 51


Page 52 inserted; text in left column as follows:

Patrick James Flavin (Father)(85)

Sarah Ann O'Brien Mother (73)

Mrs. Howard Hall (sister) 34 age now

Mrs. Frank McNeary (sister) 34 age

George Patrick Flavin Bro 34 age now

Nicholas Ambrose Flavin Bro 35 age 19th Feb.

John Alexander Flavin Bro 31 age 24th May

William Flavin

Grand Parents

Patrick James Flavin 79 yrs about

Katherine Flynn

Father Brothers and Sisters;

Thomas Flavin

Nicholas Flavin

Ellen Ann Flavin

Catherine Ann Flavin

Mary Flavin; Bridget Flavin

Anasita Flavin

Anne Flavin

[The names from Thomas to Anne have a large bracket adjacent, with the words "sisters of Pat Jame (sic) Flavin". "Deceased. " Unclear if this pertains to all names.]


Page 52 inserted; notes on right [unclear who they refer to]:

Father dead 79 - 18 yrs ago.

Born Jan 10th.

Scan: 002_01_X1_0052, pg 52




 

BOOK 2