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From: "Cecil Williamson" <>
Subject: Re: [NS-CB-L] Geography help please.
Date: Tue, 26 Nov 2002 22:08:51 -0800

Hi Edd. My map shows both a Cleveland and a Lower River Inhabitants in
Richmond County.Cleveland is roughly southwest of West Bay and Lower River
Inhabitants is a little further south yet.
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From: ees <>
To: <>
Date: Tuesday, November 26, 2002 8:19 AM
Subject: Re: [NS-CB-L] Geography help please.

>Hi Rita:
>Just a brief explanation to the where abouts of River Inhabitants, both of
>them. ( I too was looking for my McColl's from R.I. and was informed by
>those vvery knowledgable native Nova Scotians that they both still exist. )
>River Inhabitants in Inverness Co. is now called "Glendale", and Lower
>Inhabitants in Richmond Co. is now called "Cleveland". I believe there also
>is/was a location called River Inhabitants Bridge.
>If you do not get a full and complete explanation please e-mail back and I
>will dig up the data that I received earlier.
>Good Luck....
>Edd Sinnett in Florida
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "RITA RADEOS" <>
>To: <>
>Sent: Tuesday, November 26, 2002 4:50 AM
>Subject: [NS-CB-L] Geography help please.
>> As I have searched for information on my grandmother's family, I have
>across the following names for places: West Bay Road, Queensville, and
>Inhabitants. I was able to take a trip up to Cape Breton back in September
>and I did find West Bay Road. I have a map where I have found West Bay. I
>found another map (on-line) where I found Queensville slightly southwest of
>where West Bay should have been. West Bay was Not on that map. I have not
>found River Inhabitants on any maps, that I have found.
>> My Questions;
>> Queensville, River Inhabitants, and West Bay: Are they all the same
>geographic location?
>> My grandmother's family appear to have been farmers, so I don't see that
>they would move around very much.
>> River Inhabitants: What river is referred to for this location?
>> Any info is appreciated. Thank You.
>> Rita
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