by Iris Shea and Heather Watts
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Iris Shea and Heather Watts, both members of
Mainland South Heritage Society, have uncovered the stories of hundreds
of prisoners of war, refugees and fever victims who were once unwilling
by Iris V. Shea
A compilation of genealogy and history of John Yeadon of England and three generations of his descendants, including newspaper accounts and other documents from England to confirm some of the oral history of the 18th century arrival of his family in Nova Scotia.
Discovering Our Past, Volumes 1, 2 & 3
From Armdale to Pennant
by Iris V. Shea
Volume 1: A series of 10 articles published in the Chebucto News in 1999 and 2000 and compiled in a booklet December 2000 as a fundraiser for Mainland South Heritage Society. Price $12.
Volume 2: A series of articles published in the Chebucto News in 2001 and 2002 and compiled in a booklet February 2007as a fundraiser for Mainland South Heritage Society. Price $15.
Volume 3: A series of 12 articles pertaining to the history of the communities from Armdale to Pennant, published in Chebucto News 2002 and 2003, and compiled in this booklet September 2007 as a fundraiser for Mainland South Heritage Society. Price $15.
You may purchase one or more volumes by contacting Iris Shea. Or, to print and mail an order form, choose one of the following:
For an index of the articles published in Volumes 1, 2 and 3, click here.
A calendar of historic photographs was published for sale in 1992, 1993, 1995, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2001 and 2003. Surplus calendars may be purchased for $5.00 (plus postage if applicable) by contacting Leslie Harnish (or any of the other Society members). To print and mail an order form, choose one of the following:
For an index to the photographs published in the past MSHS calendars, click here.
The Society is currently putting together genealogies, in booklet form, which will eventually be sold as a fundraiser for the Society. Those soon to be ready are:
The History of Schools in Spryfield and the History of the
© 2007 Mainland South Heritage Society