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Re: Macaskills of Quebec
Posted by: Daniel G. Webber (ID *****0113) Date: July 03, 2005 at 12:22:09
In Reply to: Macaskills of Quebec by V. Sheehan of 211

Have you been to Gould? I have. There is a Scottish burying ground there at a churchyard, well kept up, but not used as the whole area is now French. All the Scots appear to have moved away. There is a small store there with an information center including a young man who is interested in history of the area.
See my other posting on this board. Dan

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