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* The LeBlanc and MacLean Families of Nova Scotia*

Updated November 12, 2002

The information presented here is constantly being updated and verified. In the early days of my research, I wasn't as diligent in recording sources as I should have been and am slowly going back and documenting those.

My areas of research concern LeBlancs, Aucoins and MacLeans of Inverness County, Nova Scotia and Camerons of Pictou County, Nova Scotia. While I am always interested in hearing from fellow researchers on all of these families, it is the Camerons that I know the least about. I am specifically looking for information on John A. and Catherine (MacDonald) Cameron living in Thorburn, Pictou County, Nova Scotia in the latter part of the 1800's.


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