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From: "The Earles" <>
Subject: [NFLD-LAB] Fw: [Bos-St] Cotterell/Cottrell check on Atlantic Canada Maritime CD
Date: Sat, 15 Jul 2000 13:46:59 -0230
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From: Eric A. Cottrell <>
Sent: Saturday, July 15, 2000 1:13 PM
Subject: [Bos-St] Cotterell/Cottrell check on Atlantic Canada Maritime CD
> I saw a posting on the Boston States list about the CD. I wonder if
> could check the Atlantic Canada Maritime CD that was produced by
> I want to get the CD but wonder if it lists my ancestors. I do not want a
> transcription of information on the CD but rather an indication if there
> is information on Cotterell (with variants of Cottrell and Cotteral)
> born/residing in New Brunswick or Maine. I also have information that
> Cottrell owned shares in the bark Christina (built 1875) out of St.
> I suspect there may be other Cottrells that owned ships.
> Looking at the breakdown it does seem likely that Cottrell is listed as
> alot of 19th century Cottrells where involved in maritime trades.
> the port of St. Andrews, NB does not seem to be listed in the breakdowns.
> I suspect that Cottrells did not move to Northport, Maine from Oak Bay, NB
> and suddenly become involved in the maritime trades (some where Master
> and shipbuilders).
> 73 Eric WB1HBU
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