Maine & Maritime Canada Genealogy
Researching Downeast Maine and Maritime Canada Families Together
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Forgot to mention that the Island Register is the best source of PEI genealogy that I have seen. Also has a link to a site about the Edinburgh.
Thanks...I found the book online and am reading through it...
Hi Kip - You can check out the database on the Island Register at www.islandregister.com/annabella and also look at A.B. Warburton's A History of Prince Edward Island, page 153. I think the Annabella was headed for North Carolina but got caught in a winter storm and sank off of Malpeaque, PEI. The survivors lost all their possessions and almost starved during that first winter.
Looking for information on the ships Annabella and Edinburg that transported my ancestors to PEI in 1770-1771.
Does anyone have any info on the Duke family from Cable Head, PEI. The earliest Duke I can find is Benjamin, born abt 1808.
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