Episode 3: The Woman who Fought Bears and Smallpox
Famous Cape Bretoners You've probably Never Heard of: Episode 3
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Gravespotting: Sandfield Cemetery, near Marion Bridge
A transplanted Caper and his island-grown child explore the final resting places of Cape Breton's former residents.
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Gravespotting: Black Brook Cemetery, Near Port Morien
Pen and camera in hand, two transplanted Capers explore the final resting spots of the island's diverse former inhabitants.
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After the fall of Louisbourg in 1758, Captain William Cox was left in charge of English soldiers in Sydney. In 1796 Cox obtained a grant of 1300 acres of farmland along the Spanish River ...
Commented on: Gravespotting: Sandfield Cemetery, near Marion Bridge
Wonderful article. I haven't been to that cemetery for years. I can solve the mystery of three of the Lund crosses. The F. Lund is Flora (MacSween) Lund (1849-1939) who was born in Sa...
Commented on: Episode 3: The Woman who Fought Bears and Smallpox
Thanks Rory Andrews for your article on "Granny Ross". She was my 3rd Great Grandmother. Marie-Henriette LeJeune Ross along with her husband James Ross, settled in Northeast Margaree in 1...