2 edition of Smith"s Island in 1870 found in the catalog.
Smith"s Island in 1870
Gail M. Walczyk
|Statement||researched and compiled by Gail M. Walczyk.|
|LC Classifications||F187.C5 W35 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||a-e, iii, 296 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||296|
|LC Control Number||00301114|
Check the water with island residents before jumping in. Depending on the time of year, there can be bugs. The sea breeze usually takes care of them, but its good to be prepared. As the church is an important part of the islanders' lives, the island is "dry." Visitors may bring their own liquor discreetly. The McHaffie brothers took out a lease of the whole of Phillip Island in and grazed sheep here. They lost all bar acres around the homestead when the Island was opened up for closer settlement during Conditions were very harsh for the settlers and many left because of drought, failed crops and lack of water.
Ontario Census Records & Earlier Canadian Census returns vary. The first general Ontario census was taken in , and but not all survive. There are scattered census records before but each area took its own census, so researchers need to check the book of available census returns (found in any public library of Ontario or at the Archives) to find out what years are. A History of Barrington Township and Vicinity - Shelburne County, Nova Scotia - was originally published by Edwin Crowell in The book has stood the test of time, still being an essential resource that researchers look to when investigating their Barrington Township roots.
Relying on historical documents, old newspaper articles and the book Parson of the Islands by Rev. Adam Wallace (published in ), I've learned that the most severe winters in documented history of the Chesapeake Bay Islands occurred in the years , , . The 90ft Stone is used as part of a chimney in a house on Oak Island. At some point after being taken from the Money Pit, the stone was used in the chimney of house on Oak Island. “ and the eighty feet mark was a stone about two feet long, cut square, which is yet to be seen in the chimney of an old house near the pit.”.
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INDEX. ISLANDS OF THE PAST. In the 's there were more little Islands that made up Captain John Smith's "Russell's Isles." Near Tangier Island in Virginia and included in the records of Accomack were Shanks, Wheeler's Hole Island, Queens Ridge, Piney Island, Rich Hummock, Fishbone Island, Old Herne Island and Goose Island.
An island in the Chesapeake where residents live much as their ancestors did hundreds of years ago. +1 Improve This Listing.
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Results are limited to records per search. Smith Island (British Columbia), off the mouth of the Skeena River; Smith Island is a minor islet in Stuart Lake, British Columbia; Smith Island (Frobisher Bay, Nunavut) Smith Island (Hudson Bay, Nunavut) Smith Island, Ontario; India.
Smith Island (Andaman and Nicobar Islands) Japan. Smith Island. This is the island as it appeared in from the east. The lighthouse appears at the left of the other buildings.
The twin Cape Cod residences are in the center, and a third residence is behind the watch shack and other utility buildings. Beginning of a dialog window, including tabbed navigation to register an account or sign in to an existing account.
Both registration and sign in support using google and facebook. out of 5 stars Mrs Kitching’s Smith Island Cookbook. Reviewed in the United States on J Verified Purchase. I thought the recipes would be a lot better. However, the first time I opened the book, the binding started to come away from the pages.
So it's very fragile to open. Read more/5(33). Smith Island (pulo sa Canada, British Columbia, 60, long ,70) Smith Island (pulo sa Canada, British Columbia, Skeena-Queen Charlotte Regional District), 54°09′10″N °13′20″W / °N °V / ; (Smith Island (pulo sa Canada, British Columbia, Skeena-Queen Charlotte Regional.
Smith by Leon Garfield is and exciting novel about a young man named smith. Smith is a year-old pickpocket set in a Victorian London esque town. After pickpocketing an elderly man Smith runs to the street in hopes to find a getaway route, but is instead is trapped/5.
The Smith Island Heritage Center in Ewell is well worth a stop to learn about the crabbing industry, the island's culture and Smith Islanders unique dialect. Golf carts, bicycles and walking are the way to travel on Smith Island, when one is not in a boat.
Visitors to the island can feast on fresh crab cakes and the island's trademark nine. The Bull Smiths of Suffolk County are the most numerous of all the families of the name of Smith upon this island.
It is said there are now at least one thousand males of that branch on this island. The ancestor of this branch of the Smith family was Major Richard Smith who came from England to New England with his father Richard in the early part of the seventeenth century; and afterwards.
Smith is an English-language surname originating in the British Isles. The name originally derives from smio or smip, the Old English term meaning one who works in metal, related to the word smitan, the Old English form of smite, which also meant strike (as in early 17th century Biblical English: the verb to smite meaning to hit).
The Old English word smip comes from the Proto-Germanic word smi. Very interesting historical facts re: Smith Island. Review of Smith Island.
it was a waste of my day trip and time. Head to Solomon's island instead and order the Smiths Island cake online if you just have a day to do something different. I had also read and enjoyed William Least-Heat Moon's story of his trip to the island in his book 3/5().
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Oak Island is an island in Nova Scotia. Oak Island from Mapcarta, the free map. 2 Bedrooms, 1 Bathroom, Sleeps 6 - $ avg/night - Smith Island - Amenities include: Air Conditioning, TV, Washer & Dryer, Children Welcome, No Smoking, Heater Bedrooms: 2 Sleeps: 6 Minimum stay from 2 night(s) Bookable directly online - Book vacation rental with Vrbo/5(27).
King of Kings Book 6 in the Ballantyne Series. Bestselling author Wilbur Smith’s two most powerful families, the Courtneys and the Ballantynes, meet again in a captivating story of love, loyalty and courage in a land torn between two powerful enemies.
The long-awaited sequel to his worldwide bestseller, The Triumph of the Sun. An Index to Authors in the New York Genealogical and Biographical Record – (Volumes 1–) The following index is organized alphabetically by author and comprises only those articles attributed to an author by name and published in The Record from –, volumes 1–.
Gc M, Sm51h GENEALOGY COLLECTION IIIIIiiLlIim 3 % iK.J- RECORD THE SMITH FAMILY DESCENDED FROM JOHN SMITH BORN COUNTY MONAGHAN, IRELAND PHILADELPHIA GEORGE F. LASHER PREFACE. The following pages contain what I have been able to gather of the history of the descendants of John Smith, born in.Long Island Surnames has been an active resource for the Long Island family history community since Through the help of hundreds of long time regional researchers we have compiled a searchable database containing over 3, individuals, 1, families andsources all directly connected to the early settlers of Long Island.Cooper's Point, Camden, N.J., from the east side of Smith's Island, looking up the Delaware River, On February 10th,after the ferry boat 'Dido', from Market Street wharf passed through the canal and was near Camden, N.J.
Singleton Mercer shot and killed Hutch Herberton, who occupied a backseat in a closed carriage on board the boat.