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Title: Earliest Nova Scotia /Cape Breton Livingstone Settlers
Posted by: Donald (Livingstone) Clink
Date: 02 December 2008

Antigonish County, Nova Scotia 
Malcolm Livington arrived 1792 first at Miromash in a neighbouring County.
By 1800 at Cape George, Antigonish County. Family living at or near Livingstone Cove in Arasaig Township, Antigonish County in early 1800s. Mull or Morven origins

Inverness County, Cape Breton
1.John Livingstone and Catharine Campbell Port Hood, Inverness County
2.John Livingstone b.1774 and Isabell McDonald 
Little Judique, Inverness County 
3.John Livingstone 1784-1859 and Christy McPhee
Low Point and Mabou, Inverness County
4. George Livingstone said to have lived around Low Point near Victoria Mines
(All the above Inverness County pioneer settlers arrived early 1800's primarily from Mull and settled in or around the Roman Catholic communities in Western Cape Breton


Victoria County, Cape Breton
Angus Livingstone b.1773 and Margaret McPhail
settled early 1800's by 1819 at Brasd'or,Boularderie Island, Victoria County
Mull or Morven origins



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