Along the Shores of Cobequid Bay, Copyright 2002-2008 by Glenn Morrison
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Colchester County is located in north central Nova Scotia. This area was originally known as Cobequid until 1780 when it was named after the town of Colchester, England. Colchester was part of Halifax County until 1835. The town of Truro (population 12,500) is the county seat.
|Acadia Mines||Brule||Folly Lake||Lanesville||Newton Mills||Sandville|
|Alton||Carrs Brook||Forest Glen||Londonderry||North River||South Branch|
|Balmoral Hills||Cloverdale||Glenholme||Lower Londonderry||Old Barns||Tatamagouche|
|Bass River||Coldstream||Goshen||Lower Onslow||Oliver||Truro|
|Bayhead||Cove Road||Great Village||Lower Stewiacke||Onslow||Union|
|Beaver Brook||Debert||Green Oaks||Lynn||Otter Brook||Upper Londonderry|
|Bible Hill||Earltown||Halfway Brook||Middle Londonderry||Portapique||Upper Stewiacke|
|Black Rock||Eastville||Harmony||Middle Stewiacke||Princeport||Waugh's River|
|Brookfield||Economy||Hilden||Montrose||Riversdale||West St. Andrew|
|Brookfield Corner||Five Islands||Kemptown||New Annan||Salmon River||Wittenburg|
Colchester Memorial Marker Database - webpages by Allen White - many have headstone photos.
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