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Title: Livingstons in 1838 Cape Breton Island Census
Posted by: Donald (Livingstone) Clink
Date: 17 May 2008


These are not all the pioneer Livingston settlers of Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia that I am researching from the early 1800's but they are the only ones listed in the Cape Breton Census of 1838 This census includes John Livingston Sr. and John Livingston Jr. who lived near Low Point in Inverness County and Angus Livingston and his sons Archibald and Alexander who lived at the West end of Boularderie.

John Livingston Sr and Jr I believe are Roberta and Jewel's ancestors who settled near Low Point in Inverness County. The other listing is for Angus Livingston b.1773 a Napoleonic War Veteran who settled at Boularderie in Victoria County and his two sons Alexander and Archibald. 

Livingstons in Cape Breton Census 1838

Somewhere between Elison's Bar and Flagstaff near Low Point and Lingan
John Livingston Sr. Farmer
John Livingston Jr. Farmer

From the late Wm. Duffis to West end of Boularderie
Angus Livingston Farmer
Alexander Livingston Carpenter (son)
Archibald Livingston (son)

From the Census of Cape Breton Island
Province of Nova Scotia 1838-1841
Compiled by Mildred Howard CG
Cape Breton Genealogical Society



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