The Genes Of Time Guestbook

Christol wrote on July 11th, 2021
Thanks Blair, I stumbled onto your site today while doing research for a couple of ladies in NS. What a wealth of information and a lot of work you have done. I really appreciate it, Christol
Don Skelton wrote on July 9th, 2021
Greetings. I have been researching my birth mother's family (Whynott or Weinacht) and have found so many helpful websites like yours.
Lynn DiCarlo wrote on February 10th, 2021
Hi Blair,
I was so glad to see the update on your site of February 1, 2021! I was worried the last few months about you!!! Hope all is well with you and yours... your site is a constant inspiration to me and I truly appreciate all the many years of work you have shared '!
Heartfelt thanks,
Lynn
Rachel Woodruff wrote on February 7th, 2021
Thanks for the very thorough website. Still looking for more answers to Atkins and Foster, both relatives from way back. Visited the Port Medway cemetary many times but not sure who is who yet. Will keep researching.
Bill Seguin wrote on January 11th, 2021
Thanks for your website. I have been documenting The James Simon Whynot family in WikiTree. Your site has been very helpful.
Thank you
William Wentwoth Longstaff wrote on May 31st, 2019
Hi, Blair: I have used your website a lot since I started researching my family history. My maternal Grandfather, was named Wentworth Benjamin Tanner, born Cape Breton.He was a soldier in the C.E.F. There is a gap in his story. I can't find him on the Canadian 1911 census. He was born 1890 in Louisbourg. Were institutions such as hospitals, prisons etc. included in the Canadian census. Fantastic website. Cheers! Bill.
Richard A. Goyer wrote on April 13th, 2019
My maternal grandmother was Ida Mae Whynacht from Halifax/Liverpool area depending upon which census you look at. A large family I'm told. I'll be in NS in July and would like to see the area where the family might have lived and/or meet someone who knows about that family. We're talking turn of 20th century. She and a brother emigrated to the US around that time and lived in Connecticut/ Massachusetts. Ancestry has provided some info but it is with a relative in Maine. Any help?
Ward Cunningham wrote on March 11th, 2019
I am attempting to sort out the people in the obit. for Susan Venetta Baker. Her obit. mentions a step-sister, Selig. My grandfather and great-grandfather were from Voglers cove and were Selig by name. I am trying to determine if the person in the obit by the name of Selig has a connection to me. Perhaps you can help.
Gary W Whynott wrote on January 3rd, 2019
thanks
Barbara Fitzgibbon wrote on December 30th, 2018
Thank you for the information, time and effort. Seeking info on McKenna/Lovett from Nova Scotia

janis piazza wrote on August 16th, 2018
thanks Blair
Bob Mckinnon wrote on July 26th, 2018
I wondered why the site was no longer accessible.

Judith L Tarr wrote on July 11th, 2018
Hi Blair, thanks for getting your website back up.

Dale Hynick wrote on July 2nd, 2018
Thanks Blair.....will love going through this site again....
Shelly Burgess wrote on July 1st, 2018
Hi, Blair: I didn't know you had a genealogy website, but saw your post on Facebook. My brother introduced me to myheritage and I have been adding grandparents, great grandparents, etc. to it since May of this year. I will definitely be using your information to fill in the missing people. But I'm only interested in tracing my ancestors back through direct lineage (great, great, great ....) as I find doing anymore is a bit overwhelming for me. In the future could I contact you for any pictures you may have of our common ancestors? Thanks so much, your cousin, Shelly.