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Re: mi'maq

Posted: 1364686377000
Classification: Query
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I can see on Nova Scotia VS, a marriage for a
Joseph Frederick Julien to a Mary Ada Myatt in Dartmouth on April 12th 1920.

Joseph Frederick was a Bachelor, age 21. Occupation listed as a Locomotive Fireman. Born in Grand Desert. Son of Frederick Julien and Annie Crowell?

Mary Ada Myatt? was 17, homemaker. Born in West Chezzetcook. Daughter of Ernest Myatt, and cant make out the mother.

Both Roman Catholic, and both residing in Dartmouth.

Is this your branch. Perhaps if you can give me more information such as names, spouses etc I may be able to help more.


Also listed in the births is

Gertrude May Julien
Born October 12 1911 Grand Desert
Father Frederick Julien
Mother Annie Crowell
Fathers occupation listed as Fisherman
Race: White

Jeffrie Joseph Julien
Born Dec 30 1909
West Chezzetcook
Father Frederick Julien
Mother Annie Crowell
Race: White

Noted on wiki page for Grand Desert, Nova Scotia

...."Other Acadian families trace their roots to the Cape Breton Acadians who were granted permission to settle in the Chezzetcook area. The family names represented in this group are: Petipas, Roma, Bonin (Bonang), Manet, and MAYET . The Breau and Bonnevie families came from the island of Miquelon and the Julien family descends from a soldier of the Napoleonic Wars. With the signing of the Treaty of Paris (1763), the Acadian population was allowed to live in peace in Nova Scotia. Many deported Acadians were granted permission to return to Nova Scotia and their number slowly grew. There were 47 families on the Chezzetcook Inlet by 1815."

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