The Archibald family of Nova Scotia
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The Archibald family of Nova Scotia no reward without effort by Allan Everett Marble

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Published by A.E. Marble in Halifax, N.S .
Written in English


  • Archibald family,
  • Nova Scotia -- Genealogy

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Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 837-854) and indexes.

Other titlesNo reward without effort
StatementAllan E. Marble.
LC ClassificationsCS90 .A715 2008
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 1044 p. :
Number of Pages1044
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23998154M
ISBN 109780980941807
LC Control Number2009529410

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The Archibald family of Nova Scotia: no reward without effort, Allan E. Marble. , Toronto Public Library.   The book presents eleven generations of the family and identifies o descendants of the progenitors John and Margaret Archibald. The 1, page, hard-cover book contains a history of the origin and the subsequent demographics of the family in Scotland, Ulster, New Hampshire, Nova Scotia, throughout Canada and the United States, and .   The Archibald Family of Nova Scotia One of my habits when visiting the NEHGS library in Boston is to start on the sixth floor by looking at the latest books they've purchased. Today there was actually a book on a family from which I descend, that I . The Archibald Family of Nova Scotia: No Reward Without Effort: Marble, Allan E.: Books - or: Allan E. Marble.

  The Archibald Family of Nova Scotia: No Reward Without Effort, written by Allan E. Marble, and published in , is a massive tome of over pages, and requires both hands to carry to the table. Up to this point, I had researched my Archibald line back to Thomas Archibald (ca. The seven children of Samuel Archibald, all born in Nova Scotia, are considered in Miller’s book. Of note is their son, Samuel George William, b. 5 February , who was brought up by his grandfather, David Archibald. 2 Marble Allan Everett, The Archibald Family of Nova Scotia, , page 1 3 Leyburn, James G. The Scotch-Irish: A Social History, Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press , an excellent source book which covers the history of this cultural group from the Scottish Border, to Ireland and the United States. Other terms used to refer toFile Size: KB. Biographical history. Samuel George William Archibald () of Truro, N.S. was a lawyer, politician, and judge. He was admitted to the Nova Scotia bar in and served as solicitor general, , attorney general, , advocate general in the Court of Vice-Admiralty, , and master of the rolls and judge of the Court.

Nova Scotia Archives Archibald family fonds Accession Page 1 of 2 Item list 1. Letter and copies of letters from Robert Grant and John A. Wood to Samuel W.G. Archibald. – – 1 leaf of textual records 2. Letter from David McQueen of Antigonish, Nova Scotia to S.G.W. Archibald. – Ap – 1 leaf of textual records. Get this from a library! The Archibald family of Nova Scotia: no reward without effort. [Allan Everett Marble]. Matthew, the third son of Matthew and Elizabeth TAYLOR, was born in New Hampshire June 28th, , seven years before they came to Truro. He was married to Rebecca, daughter of James ARCHIBALD, Senr., February 6th, John Archibald, their eldest son, was born in Truro February 9th, ↑ "The Archibald Family of Nova Scotia: No Reward Without Effort" by Allan E. Marble, Past President and Fellow of the Royal Nova Scotia Historical Society, printed by the Friesens Book Division in Altona Manitoba on February , see person #13, p This source states that the marriage and births of the first 7 children are.