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From: "Dee's Genealogy" <>
Subject: Re: [ONTARIO] Nova Scotia Birth REcords - 1791
Date: Fri, 13 Jan 2012 09:33:29 -0600
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Thank you, Kathy. I appreciate your info.

Dee
----- Original Message -----
From: "Kathie Fortner" <>
To: <>
Sent: Friday, January 13, 2012 4:06 AM
Subject: Re: [ONTARIO] Nova Scotia Birth REcords - 1791


> Yes Nova Scotia is part of Canada. And just like you have state archives,
> we have provincial archives. Also the following website has some good
> information.
>
> https://www.novascotiagenealogy.com/
>
> This link will take you to a page that has a chart regarding vital
> statistics.
>
> Historical - and searchable
> Births - 1864-1877, 1908-1910 - delayed registrations 1830-1910
> Marriages - Bonds 1763-1864, Registrations 1864-1935
> Deaths 1864-1877 - 1908-1960
>
> Present
> Held by Vital Statistics, Service Nova Scotia and Municipal relations -
> link
> to this website.
> Births 1911 - Present
> Marriages - 1936 - Present
> Deaths - 1961 - Present
>
> Kathie Fortner
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: [mailto:]
> On
> Behalf Of Dee's Genealogy
> Sent: January-12-12 10:58 PM
> To:
> Subject: [ONTARIO] Nova Scotia Birth REcords - 1791
>
> Hello Listers,
>
> This is sort of off topic for Ontario, but actually not, as this guy, John
> wilson ended up marrying a girl, Pauline Brooks from Quebec and raising
> his
> family in Elgin County, Ontario, living there from at least 1824 when the
> first known child was born in Elgin to when he died in Elgin in 1869.
>
> Here's my dilemna: I have new info that John Wilson was born on the
> Atlantic Ocean, (from census record) but the birth was registered in Nova
> Scotia. I live in Missouri, USA. I'm just learning about the geography of
> Canada. Yes, I know! American are dumb about our neighbor to the North.
> <G> I did a search online, but nothing concrete comes up. Is Nova Scotia
> a
> part of Canada like Ontario and Quebec or ? Got to be cause PEI is
> further
> east and that's part of Canada.
>
> Anyway - long day, I'm tired and rambling. How do I access birth records
> for Nova Scotia? How do I find out which years are available? Now that I
> have this lead, where do I go with it?
>
> ANY help you can offer will be greatly appreciated.
>
> Dee Sager
> Neosho, Missouri USA
>
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