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From: joseph macdonald <>
Subject: Re: [NS-CB-L] HELP
Date: Mon, 04 Nov 2002 02:00:42 -0400
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Hi Larry;

Search both Inverness County and Richmond County. The COUNTY LINE divides River
Inhabitants. You will find that both Inverness and Richmond County have "River
Inhabitants" listed in the 1901 census.
Regards
Juanita MacDonald

Lawrence Bergeron wrote:

> I read, with great interest, the work of Tony Mcneil (and a great job he
> did) transcription of the 1901 Canadian census.
> I did however raise a question in my mind. According to the 1881 census the
> settlement of "River Inhabitants" was located in Richmond County. And by
> the Transcription of the 1901 census it was in "Inverness County". Now to
> clear up the issue was or is there two localities called "River
> Inhabitants"? And if so, based on the information listed below which one do
> I want to continue my search



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