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The book The Settling of Spaniard's Bay, by Eric Gosse

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Re: The book The Settling of Spaniard's Bay, by Eric Gosse

Posted: 3 Jan 2006 10:39PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 17 Apr 2006 7:24PM GMT
Hi Marilyn,

my grandfather was a Timothy Collins (1886 to 1945). His father was a John Collins (1860 to ??), while further back John's father was another Timothy Collins (1830 to 1895). That's as far back that I've been able to go. On the Planation records for Spaniard's Bay it shows another Timothy Collins has having land recorded during both 1796 and also 1805. The land record is the oldest connection that I've found of Collins's, however other records (census, marriages etc) for this same period I have not located. My own father John Collins (1922 to 2002) did speak of many Collins's owning land in Spaniards Bay area in the old days - in an area otherwise known as 'Backcove'. I lived in Spaniards Bay when I was young - the property was right on the Main Highway that goes thru town - it was property handed down thru a few generations of our family - right now there is a drug store on the property - at one point the drug store was owned by a Randy Collins. If you have received any more information about Collins's in Spaniards Bay, I would certainly appreciate hearing from you.

Thanks,

Paul Collins
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
Anne Gosse 25 Nov 2003 9:31PM GMT 
Wayne Neil 1 Jan 2004 4:32PM GMT 
Bob Jarvis 2 Jan 2004 12:28AM GMT 
Wayne Neil 2 Jan 2004 1:37AM GMT 
patriciabyrne... 6 Jan 2004 7:31AM GMT 
Bob Jarvis 6 Jan 2004 5:55PM GMT 
M. Pilkington 2 Jan 2004 3:53AM GMT 
paulmississau... 4 Jan 2006 5:39AM GMT 
Anne Gosse 3 Jan 2004 5:58PM GMT 
patriciabyrne... 6 Jan 2004 7:12AM GMT 
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