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January - April 2009

Very nice site. If I wanted to find a name of one of these American Soldiers where would I have to look.
Roxanne Thomas
Corner Brook, NL Canada - Friday, March 27, 2009 at 22:37:19 (NDT)
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Can anyone tell me about my grandfather James Hayward and his father who were born in Happy Adventure? Where in England did they migrate from,and were they fisherman before or servants? I know nothing of my grandfather or great grandfather, on my fathers side, and would like to know much more. We are married to Browns,related to the Powell family, know the Turners and are related to the Matchims. I think highly of the sight.
john charles hayward
harwinton, ct, 06791 United States - Monday, March 23, 2009 at 00:48:56 (NDT)
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Hi I was born in Grand Falls-Windsor,NL. My dad's name is Arthur James Reid.
Pauline Reid-Morey
South Brook, NL Canada - Sunday, March 22, 2009 at 11:47:36 (NDT)
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I have traveled in Newfoundland and read The Downhomer, and am looking for sources for a 1,000-word article on Newfoundland in 1940s. There's an excellent novel but I forget the title. Headed back to Corner Brook in July.
Frank Day
Greenville, SC USA - Saturday, March 21, 2009 at 11:39:38 (NDT)
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Very interesting and enlightening. I am a born Newfoundlander who am happy to find this history. A Portuguese I met on the web helped a lot. Thank you, Jose.
Loretta Sherren
Fredericton, NB Canada - Tuesday, March 17, 2009 at 16:41:27 (NDT)
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We send you our sincerest sympathy on the tragic accident off your shores last Thursday morning. We felt we were physically with you this morning at St. Giles, Ottawa when our congregational prayers remembered you. We still remember the warm welcome your minister, David Sutherland gave us in your parking lot in September, 2007 as we looked for directions and his invitation to come the following Sunday, which we did and again we received a warm welcome at the post-service greeting. The sermon that morning was about the "ninety and nine" - how fitting to think of this morning to remember those dear souls lost at sea and a city in mourning. Sincerely, Charles and Lorna Glennie.
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OTTAWA, ON CANADA - Sunday, March 15, 2009 at 16:44:40 (NDT)
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Scott Fillier of Roddickton, NL. is my first cousin and I've been wondering what ever happened to him.
Christopher Fillier
Deer Lake, NL Canada - Tuesday, March 10, 2009 at 11:02:22 (NDT)
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great great grand daughter of samuel martin of the ss newfoundland...
dakota keddy
new germany , ns canada - Monday, January 19, 2009 at 14:46:35 (NST)
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I am studing John Cabot And This Site Helps My Needs, Thank you.
Staci McCory
St.John's , N.L Canada - Sunday, January 18, 2009 at 13:47:34 (NST)
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Your article on "The Kirk" in St. John's contains an error. Talking about the history of the fine organ there, it says:" 1961 the firm of Letourneau...". While the last major work was done by LeTourneau, the 1961 rebuild was done by the English firm of Hill, Norman and Beard. Thanks for your fantastic work! Douglas Jamieson, former chorister and assistant organist, St. Andrew's, The Kirk, St. John's.
Douglas Jamieson
Toronto, ON Canada - Thursday, January 15, 2009 at 23:16:35 (NST)
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Hi Douglas,

Checking into your comment I have discovered you are indeed correct. We have edited the sentence to incorporate the information you provided above.

Thank you for taking the time to insert your comment into the Guest Book. It is appreciated.

Vince Walsh
coordinator, NL Heritage Web Site

Newfoundland and labrador is so fancanating. The pitcer plant is so pretty. It's firery pettils are so cool.
brampton, on canada - Thursday, January 15, 2009 at 19:57:53 (NST)
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Great web site. My father was stationed in Newfoundland during the war and had nothing but great things to say about the town and its people. I hope to visit soon. Thanks.
Frank McGrath
Westminster, MD USA - Thursday, January 15, 2009 at 17:40:28 (NST)
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This is a fantastic site for the Newfoundland & Labrador Heritage. It really helped me with my project. Thanks so much for such an amazing site.
Meagan :)
Ottawa, ON Canada - Sunday, January 11, 2009 at 18:22:08 (NST)
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my grandfather, david quinton lived in redcliff as a boy. maybe someday I will visit...
lizabeth quinton hale
rockport, ma usa - Sunday, January 11, 2009 at 11:20:51 (NST)
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I was looking up the Ode To Newfoundland and found your wonderful website. I lived in the Codroy Valley for seven years before moving to Maine.
Robert Derry
Eastport, ME USA - Saturday, January 10, 2009 at 15:00:44 (NST)
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Great information on avalanches however you've missed a major slide that would have happened around 1985 in Labrador City on Smokey Mountain. I know because I was a member of the racing team that was completely buried. Luckily we all survived but it was a big slide that had to have the cornice blasted away. And of note, it was in bounds on the ski hill.
Kelly Stringer
Calgary , AB Canada - Saturday, January 03, 2009 at 15:52:50 (NST)
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Hi Kelly,

The web site needs the section on avalanches, rockfalls and landslides updated and hopefully, we will soon be able to provide this information. In the mean time, you can find data on the Smokey Mountain Avalanche on the NL Government Web Site at: avalanches/jan15_1985.stm

Thank you for your comment. It is appreciated.

Vince Walsh
coordinator, NL Heritage Web Site

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