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Prof. Bruce Archibald, Mediator & Arbitrator,
Professor Archibald is a native of Nova Scotia who was educated at the new Nova Scotia Public Prosecution Service. Professor Archibald has the Nova Scotia Department of Justice, and

Canadian Fathers of Confederation Canada
Canadian Fathers of Confederation - the representatives of British North America colonies who attended the three major conferences on Canadian Confederation.

Archibald Brannen - Nova Scotia
effort is presently under way in Nova Scotia to trace all the descendants of Archibald Brannen, born circa 1768 in North Carolina and died

SAmuel Archibald of Ireland/New Hampshire/Nov
SAmuel Archibald of Ireland/New Hampshire/Nova Scotia Quebec and took an interest in the area of Truro,Nova Scotia around 1759. He

The Honourable Sir Adams G. Archibald, 1870-7
Archibald rose to prominence in the public affairs of Nova Scotia and to the Nova Scotia Bar.. On June 1, 1843, Adams G. Archibald married Scotia. He was the son of Samuel

Archibald Chishom, Pictou, Nova Scotia
Archibald Chisholm, born Pictou, NS Feb 2, 1837. He had one brother, James, six brothers, one sister.

Sir Adams George Archibald
Nova Scotia, 3 May 1814. He is the son of Samuel Archibald, and Sir Adams George Archibald. ARCHIBALD, Sir Adams George, Canadian in 1839. He was a member of the executive

John Archibald Muise of Nova Scotia
Muise geneology . Joseph Archibald Muise 1926-2001 was born in cape Breton , Nova Scotia . His father was John Archibald Muise and his mother

Margaret Archibald was born in 1830 in Colchester Co., Nova Scotia, Jane Archibald was born in 1840 in Colchester Co., Nova Scotia, Canada. iv. Hannah Archibald was born in 1834 in

Archibald & Morley - Amherst, Nova Scotia - C
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