WE RISE AGAIN
“We Rise Again – a genealogy of the descendants of Richard and Dorothy (Patton) Thompson, Pioneer Settlers of Oxford, Nova Scotia”
This series represents the life-long research of Cyril Oickle who started this project at the age of 10 years. In 2015, Cyril was very close to publishing his work when he passed away from a sudden illness. His work has been donated to CCGS by Cyril’s family with the request that we fulfill Cyril’s dream of having his work published.
We Rise Again … is a five volume set containing 10 Chapters dedicated to Richard Thompson & Dorothy Patton and their 9 children.
Volume 1 – contains chapter 1 – Richard Thompson & Dorothy Patton & chapter 2 – Ralph Thompson (1st child) & Mary Sweeney
Volume 2 – contains chapter 3 – Ann Thompson (2nd child) & Joshua Brundage, chapter 4 – Mark Thompson (3rd child) & Mary Read & chapter 5 – Eleanor Thompson (4th child) & Charles Chappell
Volume 3 – contains chapter 6 – Dorothy Thompson (5th child) & James Chappell & chapter 7 – Richard Thompson (6th child) & Elizabeth Read
Volume 4 – contains chapter 8 – Letitia Thompson (7th child) & George Allen, chapter 9 – Abigail Thompson (8th child) & John Fillmore & chapter 10 – Mary Thompson (9th child) & John Oxley
Volume 5 – contains the Index to all chapters
Click to visit our publications page to order a volume of your choice or full set today!
This book is a compilation of newspaper articles containing vital statistics for Cumberland County, Nova Scotia as recorded by the “Amherst Daily News,” Amherst, Nova Scotia, from January 1, 1907 to December 31, 1907.
All vital statistics were transcribed in full as recorded in these issues. Entries were copied from microfilms housed at Mount Allison University, Ralph Pickard Bell Library, Sackville, New Brunswick. All individuals named within these articles, with the exception of ministers, have been cross-referenced for an easy search for your ancestors. At the end of each article in italics you will find the source of the article. For example: ADN Tues., Apr. 10, 1907 p.1 consists of the abbreviated name of newspaper, the publication date of the newspaper and the page number.
Get your copy now at 1907 Vital Stats Book or go to Products drop down box above and/or select other publications.
“Routes to your Roots” will be featured on CTV’s Live at 5 program tomorrow, Thursday, March 8 between 5 and 6 (Atlantic time). This will cover the Council of Nova Scotia Archives welcome videos project. A video crew visited heritage sites, including our Genealogy Centre, and interviewed staff or volunteers about their site and the information available there.
Marney Gilroy, volunteer and board member spoke on our behalf. You can see the video here, or on our Facebook site. Feel free to leave a comment and click the “Like” button if you have not already done so.
You will also be able to find the item on the CTV News website after it is aired.
More information about the project is available at www.novascotiaroots.com.
The Cumberland County Genealogical Society, formed as a non-profit organization in 2000, is supported by the efforts of our volunteer membership. One of the goals of the Society is to award scholarships to deserving Cumberland County high school students who will be attending a Maritime university. This scholarship is made possible from a generous donation from the former Fort Lawrence/Beaubassin Heritage Association.
In connection with these goals, the Board has approved a $500 scholarship to be awarded to Cumberland County graduating high school students who will be full-time students in an accredited Maritime university and with an interest or intent of pursuing a Maritime or Acadian history course of study.
For more information and an application, click here to visit our Scholarship page.
Completed applications must be postmarked no later than May 31, 2012, to enable the Scholarship Committee to complete the selection process by early June. Applications postmarked after this deadline will not be considered.
We’d like to say a special “thank you” to the Council of Nova Scotia Archives for producing this excellent video about our Genealogy Centre, as part of their Routes To Your Roots program. More information about the program is available at www.novascotiaroots.com.
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We would like to welcome you to our new website, and our new web address, www.ccgsns.com.
Today we have deployed our new ‘beta’ site design. In addition to bringing the style of our site up to date, we’ve tried to organize the large amount of resources we have available so that the site is easier for you to use, and find what you need.
We’ve also added some new features, such as a site-wide search function, a discussion forum, and an image gallery. Our publications and products are now available to be purchased using a single-click Paypal button. Occasionally we’ll be posting information of interest to our members and visitors on the front page, so we hope you will always have something new to see when you visit us next.
The site is mostly complete but there are still odds and ends to add, and we will continue with that work up to and beyond our official launch date, which will correspond to the members’ meeting on February 21, 2012.
Although our previous web site address – www.ccgs.ednet.ns.ca – will continue to work, we encourage visitors to bookmark and use the new address going forward, to ensure you are seeing the most recent information.
If you have any questions or comments, please let us know by writing to us – firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The Cumberland County Genealogy Society (CCGS) was established to provide a forum for those interested in genealogy to share information and to assist in the identification and cataloguing of resource material so that it can be readily available to everyone for both research and education.
As a society we wish to promote many genealogical aspects of Cumberland County for ease of research and convenience for the genealogist, regardless of whether you are a novice or ardent family researcher.
Please bear with us as we progress into the future for the promotion of Cumberland County genealogy and related objectives. If you have something you wish to share, please feel free to contact the appropriate individual in our contact list. If you see something that needs correcting or you can make additional comments please feel free to contact the web coordinator.
This CCGS web site is here for your enjoyment, to help you find your Cumberland County roots, as well as to promote the Cumberland County Genealogical Society as a whole. Our logo, the “Cumberland Tree” shaped by the winds of Fundy, Tantramar and the Northumberland Strait, encircled by the waters of the Bay of Fundy, Minas Basin and Northumberland Strait, give a clear perspective as to the area in which we and our forebears lived. In a larger version of the logo it is clear that the crown of the “Cumberland Tree” is in the shape of Cumberland County, and the trunk has deep intertwined roots, representing pictorially the relationship to most of the Cumberland County families.
Any suggestions that you think may help us to serve you better in regard to making your genealogy experience more fulfilling, graciously accepted. Submit your suggestions to the web coordinator.
Please bookmark this site for further visits and come by often to see how we are progressing. If you have surnames you are interested in, please visit the Surname Registry and view the names in which you have an interest. If you have roots or links to Cumberland County then please submit your surnames to add to our registry.
Thank you for taking the time to visit with the Cumberland County Genealogical Society.