The Beals Family of Annapolis County, Nova Scotia  

by Donald W. Beals

This book describes the life of Abel Beals (1755 – 1830), who left Massachusetts during the difficult times shortly after the U.S. declared independence from Great Britain.  He brought the name to Nova Scotia where he converted virgin forest to farm land and raised a family.
Because there are only a few official documents available recording events in Abel's life, it was necessary to supplement these with a fair amount of speculation to draw a picture of our ancestors' pioneering activities and times.



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