Location: Present day Nova Scotia, Canada
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Chezzetcook, comprising Head of Chezzetcook, West Chezzetcook, East and Lower East Chezzetcook, is located on the coast of Nova Scotia, in Halifax County. The first French settlers were mentioned there as early as 1699, and by 1714, Claude Petitpas, ancestor of the Petitpas families of Chezzetcook, was living in the area.
The area was abandoned, but in 1764, the first permanent Acadian settlers arrived, following the end of the Seven Years War.
Ile Madame parish records, Records for Arichat. Years 1839-2000.
- ↑ Wikipedia article for Head of Chezzetcook. Accessed 2018.
- ↑ History of West Chezzetcook, Ronald Labelle Centre d'études acadiennes. Accessed 2018.