Genealogy: Where you confuse the dead and irritate the living. – Unknown
Author: Lark B.Szick
The book is 193 pages in total, contains 155 pages of genealogical material on the LeJeune & Youngs and their descendents that returned to Cape Breton and Newfoundland after the deportation, many pictures, some birth or marriage licenses, tree charts and great read.
Jean Doris LeBlanc, Les Trois Pignons, Cheticamp.: Edmond read the first few pages of the book. The three of us are totally amazed at the volume of info. in it. You must have worked forever on it.
From Randy Drover: LeJeune & Young, An Acadian Mickmaq Family is enriched with fascinating history pertaining to the LeJeune & Young family. This compilation of detailed genealogy information helped me identify my ancestors from the shores of Newfoundland to the MiÕkmaq communities in Nova Scotia. It is captivating literature, and a must for anyone interested in learning about the LeJeune family.
From Janice McInnis: I loved the book. There were a lot of people in the book that I did not know they have Indian blood in their lines also. Very interesting book ; I was telling some of my friends about it.
From "Kathleen I. Turner" : Very happy to receive my copy of your LeJeune & Young families. You've obviously did a tremendous amount of work getting all this info.
From Charlene McKenzie : Got it in the mail today. It is very impressive! I have been reading it all day. The pictures are great.....
Mike & Carmel : I just want to thank you once again for all the time and work that you put into your book. I know that it was a passion of love!! I have gone over the book and found that you did an excellent job putting it all together. I personally liked the stories that went along with the people throughout the book. I will enjoy reading it over and over again!!
I received the book last week. There is some really great information in it ........... it answered lots of questions for me! Thanks for all the hard work .......... Tracy Tuttosi
As I too have indicated to you, I find your book fascinating. I already put all information describing it in my Blog..... George Fraser
I love your book. We're all excited here and can only imagine the amount of work you went through to complete it. No wonder you had some strokes! ... Jean Doris LeBlanc
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