This will probably be the last printed The Novas Scotia Genealogist, as they are going to electronic newsletter shortly.
In this issue, they have Immigrants and Newcomers Married at St Johns Church, Lunenburg, 1817-1851 by Terry Punch. The church was founded in 1753, and is an Anglican Church.
There have been additions to the 42 marriages that were put on index cards by Heather Long. The additions include children who were baptised in the church.
Andrew White the Planter – an Update by W. Warner to an article submitted in 2011, in which he discussed the problem between Andrew White of Sudbury, Massachusetts and Andrew White of Marshfield, Massachusetts. Who was the Planter in Nova Scotia?
The writer disproves through the Massachusetts Archives that Andrew White of Marshfield was not the Planter who settled in the Annapolis Valley.
The third article in the newsletter is The Hillcrest Mine Disaster and the Nova Scotia Connection by M. Bole .
The mining disaster occurred in Hillcrest, Alberta, and 189 miners were killed in 1914. Twenty-three miners were from Nova Scotia and the author gives a brief history of each of the minters.
The names of the miners were –
BARBER, James (Barbour)
BAINBRIDGE, Sidney H.
BINGHAM, Frederick Seymour
GREY, James F.
JOHNSTON, Alfred and William
McKAY, Angus H.
McKINNON, John B.
McQUARRIE, John A.
MEGENCY, Nicholas (Megeney)
MOORHOUSE, Frederick (Moorehouse, Muirhouse)
NEATH, William Henry
QUIGLEY, James S.