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GUESTBOOK LOG REPORT #44
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Update November 20 2000
Site Looks Great!
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Name: Herb and Coralie Hanen
Location: Hillsborough, New Hampshire
Comments: Very good presentation. I think we'll manage a trip to see
Comments: Excellent page, very informative! Yarmouth is beautiful.
who has the chance to visit shouldn't think twice.
Location: Bath UK
Comments: Invited here by online friend......veiw her
one day in person...ty
Name: Barry.... (BAZ)
Location: Bath UK
Comments: Wsa invited here by online friend....... Stunning..... one
day a personal visit......ty very
years ahead of what similar english tourist provide.... welldone and
Comments: What a nice web site really enjoy reading the comments! Was down in the yarmouth area this summer a real beautiful place will return.
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Comments: good to see you on the net
Comments: I just got home from Yarmouth and found it to be a beautiful town. I went with Rose Heron whom, I guess, comes to visit every year. We took the tour from the Rodd Colonial and stopped to see Mrs Finley...I have to say that was the highlight of my trip.
I saw the tape of the tour at the lighthouse store and didn't think
to buy it and I wondered if there was any way I could order one online
and have it shipped to me. I'd love to show my family all the
houses I was shown on the tour.
Comments: Just thought i would leave a note for anyone looking for
born and raised,its a great place and this web site is a great
in 2001 I'll work and live in NS. Planing this time from here in germany I'd like to get in contact with emigrated German people and native canadians to improve my knowledges and to prepare myself in a better way.
So if you'd like to give me some aid I'll thank you by inviting to my first birthday party in December 2001 in NS.
My ancestors were some of the first in Yarmouth county in Ohio. Porter.
If at all possible please let me know address or e-mail, prfered, to write to get information.
I really enjoyed your site
Really like your site. My ancestors came from Ohio and Yarmouth county.
I will be anxous to see them when they are done
Comments: I was reading through the guest book log, in fact, over a
period of a few days I read all of the entries since the guest book
started and it really interesting. I was just wondering how many responses the loudmouth from Massachusetts got after
he shot his mouth off with his opinions on how thinks Canadians smell. What a loser that guy must be.
Anyway I really enjoyed reading through the log and I did want to
off another letter to let you know of my new e-mail address.
I really would like to hear from any one who remembers me. I have had some most enjoyable e-mails from Sheila Rankine who
did remember me and it was nice of her to fill me in on some of the goings on around Yarmouth.
Comments: I was browsing the Guest Book comments and came upon the poem by E.W.Smith (9/10/00). His recollections of life in Yarmouth - what appear to be '50's and early '60's - brought back many memoroies of my boyhood. Thanks!!
Comments: I'M from Kemptville,love reading anything about "down
Comments: Great i was born in yarmouth
Comments: I used to live in Yarmouth co., I would love to see a
on amirault's hill.
Comments: HI YARMOUTHIANS GREAT TO FIND A SITE FROM HOME KEEP
UP THE GREAT WORK!!! DAWN
Comments: I"ve visited many times and Ilove it there. Still
family in Eel Brook and friends in Quinan.Plan to go back
Comments: Great looking front page. Lots to see.
Makes me want to see more.
Comments: Hi. My name is cherie and i live in sudbury ont. I spent
summers and vacations with relatives in Port La Tour,Shelburne Co. I
thought i would take a look and see whats new down in that paart of the
world .I also hope to visit for a couple weeks next summer.July 2001
Comments: I think it might be helpful to include some info on the
in Yarmouth for people enquiring about the facility and services they
Thank you. Kim Williams
Comments: I was born and brought up in Yarmouth. My parents
many ancestors are buried in Town Point Cemetery. Although I have
lived in Toronto for many years, I still keep in touch with
A Pubnico friend told me about the website. It is excellent.
you for letting me have a virtual visit to my home town. I'll be
Comments: Very nice webpage. I like the articles, and especially the
Great website! I take a course called African Nova Scotia cultural studies at Saint Mary's. The professor is Kenneth Fells who hails from the Yarmouth area. He asked the class to find out about the Salmon River Settlement. Sure enough I found out that it is now known as Greenville. I found your site helpful. Interesting to see some of Fells' relatives online. I'll bring it up in his class. Thanks again. Paul
Comments: Hi! Just wanted a little taste of home!! Great website
the Carleton section.
Comments: I need a telephone book for the Pubnico area. Can
tell me the information I need to contact . ( Phone Number ,
or whatever ). Need to make contacts with certain people &
find my ancient book. Of course after 12 years it really is too
anyways. Can not locate a number to call Bell Atlantic ....
Thank You for ANY help...
Name: Darren LeBlanc
Location: Fredericton, New Brunswick
Comments: I was born and raised in Yarmouth, I am now studying
St. Thomas University, just stopped in to say hello to all my Yarmouth
friends, and to my hometown. Great website, GJ, did you make this one
Comments: GREAT SITE REALLY MISS THE BEAUTIFUL TOWN OF YARMOUTH!
Comments: Arcadia was the best place I have ever known, and I hope
I will live there again, I moved there from town when I was 7 and moved
up here to okay Amherst at 14, and I really miss that nice little place
where I was free. My name is Shawn Doucette, some people might
me, but remember this, I will return!!!!!!
Comments: Hello Nanny, it's me Shawn.
Comments: I am happy that Yarmouth has a web site. I am enjoying
the opportunity to check it out.
Name: B. D. White
Location: Baltimore, MD USA
Comments: I enjoy your web site.
I am on a mission to reconstruct the ministry path of African American & African Canadian women who served as the pastor or spiritual leader of Canadian communities from the 1800s to the 1900s.
Thank you for your work.
Comments: nice one thank you
Name: Donovan Kael
Comments: I'm sick of hearing about Save Our Sundays. I work, hear
on Sundays when it falls on my schedule. I've worked in the restaurants
that the church-goers love to frequent after their church services. If
you don't want Sunday shopping, why not do away with Sunday
Why not do away with Sunday after-church-coffee's at Tim Horton's?
they have just as much of a right to have the day off as the people who
work in Zeller's or clothing shops or whatnot? Why are retail
entitled to Sunday off and not others? Please. Get with the new age.
turned into the day of 'Daddy, lets go the park' for these 'single
So, if you ask the single mothers that you parade around, probably
asking them what they thought, you'll find a willing workforce. Just
day to make money that Daddy doesn't give.
And, as a sideline, just because Sunday shopping is becoming legal does not make it MANDITORY. Shop owners can decide for themselves if they want to open their stores. If they feel they can make a profit on Sunday, let them open up. If the main workforce doesn't want to work Sunday, hire a student. As it stands, if a student doesn't want to work during the week and have it interfere with their studies, it leaves them with Friday evening and all day Saturday. Give them a chance to work on a Sunday and i think that you would be very surprised at how many will work.
Boy, that was a lot to type out. Thank you for listening to my rantings.
Comments: Really cool! I never knew Yarmouth had a web page!
Comments: Just happened upon this spot. Looking for relatives. My
John Cosman was born and raised in Forest Glen.
Comments: Looking for history of the Bourque family from Belville, NS. I have heard their may be a family reunion in 2003 or 2004. If anyone can provide me information it would be very appreciated.
Comments: Just checked into your villages site after doing a Google
search for Brenton, where I grew up. Enjoyed the site but
a little disappointed that Brenton didn't actually show up.
Comments: Ed that is a loely poem you wrote and it must have been
my time in Yarmouth as I recalled it well.
I miss Yarmouth and my family.
I think we knew one another from school days.
I was home for 2 weeks last March and am coming home for a week this month.
Great work done preparing these reports.
I would like to hear from some of my friends who may remember me.
Linda (nee) Winchester
Keep up the great job representing our fine town of Yarmouth, N.S.
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