Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada May 2022 Part 2 As I enter the perimeter of Fairlawn cemetery, I see two ladies standing close together, one has got her arms folded and she is rocking back on the heels of her boots, the other has on a hat with ear flaps snugged down tight trying to shield... Continue Reading →
On The Trail of Loyalists
During last three-year of exploring New Brunswick, I have stumbled upon locations of known Loyalist assembly. I initially noticed graveyards had bold signage, identifying United Empire Loyalist burial grounds. I didn't quiet get the importance of it. The Loyalists, sounds like a long historical story that I am not getting into, except for this sound... Continue Reading →
10 things you didn't know. 1. The oldest house is at 325 MacDonald Street. Known as the George Brown Home after the owner. Circa 1840 Oldest house dating from 1840 George Brown House 325 MacDonald Street Oromocto, New Brunswick 2. St John Anglican Church on Broad Road, has been a place of worship in Oromocto since... Continue Reading →
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