Clint Morrison

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    Introduction
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    Begins speaking about his Mother Ruth Evelyn Boyle, date of her birth, her parents, discusses her mother's name English. Discusses Edwards birth and death, along with his parents Thomas Boyle birth and death, his wife Anne Ramsey and when she was born and died. Thomas boyle emerged from Ireland, 15 miles west of Dublin. Mentions their religion. Talks about Thomas' brother, his birth and death, wife not sure of her death and birth dates. Talks about where the descendants reside, in the area or not. - Detail summary of Family tree inclusive of dates and places of residences.
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    Starts to mention Large family in Lot 11, talks about the first settlers and their family names. Where the came from and which year they landed e.g Kelley's. Talks about the Irish families who arrived later e.g Carols who were Anglican. John Bryan And Amelia Evans, distinguished son Rev Ingrid Bryan. May have descendants living in England.
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    Absentee Landlord, speaks about oral tradition of how freeland got its name and the year it gots it name. The purchasing of Lot 11 and another area by the government. Discusses Walch family being the landlord,agents, proprietors. - Very detailed
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    Speaks about Ferry and Only route being through lot 11 before building the western highway and road. The ferry ran from Lot 11 to lot 6. Discuss the demographics of this travel. Walch Town Ferry after the town, which finally become known as Mcphee's Ferry who operated the ferry for 50 years. Made lot 11 a busy place. There was churches schools, blacksmith shops, hotels, shipyards. Comparison between advantages of using the ferry to a horse and buggy.
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    Speaks about Homesteads. Homes in lot 11 being 140 years old, Alvin harty resides in one however it has been modified. Speaks about where a old home stands, gives directions, owned by the keenan] family, its a tourist resort during the time of the interview. Speaks about the interior of the house and what structures are indicators of it being old. Built by the Murphy's , Oswald Ancestors.
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    Talks about an Old Story, Great-grandfather Thomas Boyle and the stubborn-proud characteristic of the Irish.
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    Talks about his volume coming out that centers around the history of lot 11, Oswald Murphy's Grandfather, was a member of the council on the island elected 2 terms. Discusses Government, council legislation. Speaks about a Josephy Murphy and the contents of a letter he found written by Joseph Murphy. Fishing Business (NewFoundland), Migration to new Brunswick and PEI by the Murphy's and other families-not about of the Irish line.
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