Genealogy: Where you confuse the dead and irritate the living. – Unknown
Author: Lark B. Szick
A valuable aid for anyone researching the area.
Contained within this publication are the genealogies of many early families who made Ingonish their home.
Extensive descriptive notes on many family members are indicated throughout these personal histories,
allowing readers and researchers a glimpse at the lives and times of their ancestors.
Book contains the 1838 and 1871 head of household census in Alphabetical order. The land grantee’s name , grant number , place to locate the land grant , book and number. Early Land Grant Maps and the genealogies of many families who decided to make Ingonish their home. In this book you will find the descendents of the people who lived in the area and the families they married into. Family names include: BREWER, CANN, CURTIS, DAISLEY, DAUPHINEE, DONOVAN, DOYLE, GILLIS, HARDY, HAWLEY, HINES, KERR, McGEAN, MacNEIL, NOLAN, ROBERTS, ROPER, WILLIAMS, and YOUNG.
143 pages, cerlox binding with card stock covers, repr., 1997.
For more information, please contact Lark Blackburn at firstname.lastname@example.org
Crown Land Information Management Centre
Scroll around the map and click on the index sheet you would like to view.
THIS IS A VERY USEFUL SITE. , THESE MAPS DATE BACK TO ca. 1876
Ingonish Ferry, United Church Cemetery
Ingonish Beach , St. Peter's Catholic Church Cemetery http://www.capebretongenweb.com/Cemeteries/cem1.html
Notes Of Ingonish And It’s People Vol. 1: by Mary Helen.Doyle, privately published, 1958, . Edited by Tom Brewer. Reprinted Windsor [ON], nd . Collection of social columns & stories about life in Ingonish.http:/www.oocities.org/tbrew100/ebook1.pdf
Notes Of Ingonish And It’s People Vol. 2. by Mary Helen.Doyle, privately published, 1958, . Edited by Tom Brewer. Reprinted Windsor [ON], nd . Collection of social columns & stories about life in Ingonish.
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