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Re: Where and When the Dykens settled in Nova Scotia
Posted by: Linda Monkman (ID *****0284) Date: July 03, 2006 at 16:01:44
In Reply to: Re: Where and When the Dykens settled in Nova Scotia by Kathleen Manning of 43

Hi Kathleen
My great-grandmother was Hilda Dykens, who married James Colburn (or Caulborn). They had at least six children, all born around Farmington, N.S.
Hilda Eliza (1856-1885)- my grandmother, married Henry Austin
Charles (1859-)
Sarah (1861-)
Thomas (1863-)
Augusta (1865-)
James (1870-)
I see that you have a great deal of Dykens info - any chance my Hilda Dykens fits in somewhere? I would love to get more data on my Dykens N.S. roots. Thanks


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