Place:Queens, Nova Scotia, Canada

Alt namesQueenssource: Family History Library Catalog
Located inNova Scotia, Canada     (1762 - )
See alsoLunenburg, Nova Scotia, Canadapre-1762 parent county
Shelburne, Nova Scotia, Canadapost-1784 child county

1762 - Queens county is established in the English province of Nova Scotia by combining the townships of Liverpool, Barrington and Yarmouth with their intermediate lands and some lands from Lunenburg county.

1784/85 - Queens county is divided to form Shelburne County in the southwestern part.

1848 - Queens county is located in the self-governing English province of Nova Scotia.

1867 - Queens county is located in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia after the formation of the country of Canada.

1996 - Queens county's municipal government is merged with the town of Liverpool's to form the Region of Queens Municipality.

Modern description

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Queens County is a county in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia.

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source: Family History Library Catalog