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Re: Bath: Nova Scotia 1700's
Posted by: Luella Marshall (ID *****2793) Date: September 01, 2002 at 06:50:25
In Reply to: Re: Bath: Nova Scotia 1700's by Derek Thurber of 315

The Bath Family settled in the Annapolis area of Nova Scotia as well. There is a book recently done on the family by the Annapolis Historic Society as part of their Yorkeshire collection which can be obtained by emailing kirbywr@gov.ns.ca
This traces the family of John Bath of Yorkeshire who came with his uncle , William Clark sailing from Hull England. at age 19 . In the History of the Couynty of Annapolis by W. A. Calnek "" It says he brought his unclws horses over land from Windsor to annapolis while his uncle came with his family and farm tools around in a schooner. He married in 1776 Keziah Hill, . He had 7 children, Elizabeth, John, Mary, Tamar, Hannah, Robert, Henrietta


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