Dear Professor Wadden….
I am on the CB list as I do research into the Nicholson family, my husband's people.
We have a Thomas Wadden in the family tree, born 1895 in New Glasgow - died 1951 in Port
Morien, Cape Breton. He was married to Mayme Nicholson, born 1896, died 1976. They had
seven children….Kenneth, Catherine, Eldon, Hugh, Robert, Crawford and Edith.
Unfortunately, I have no information about Thomas Wadden's family, but perhaps he was
a brother or cousin or your grandfather's.
Since my husband Peter Nicholson and I live in Annapolis Royal, we would be pleased to
meet you if you and your wife choose to visit our beautiful town, the oldest in our
country (and a hotbed of artistic design!) Just contact me off-list if this is something
you might like to do. ( I also had a quick look in the Annapolis Royal phone book;
unfortunately, there are no Waddens listed.)
Mrs. Nicholson Inc.
On 2014-05-23, at 2:22 PM, Douglas Wadden <djwad(a)uw.edu> wrote:
I am beginning to research family roots and would be delighted to
hear from anyone with knowledge of or a relationship to my grandfather James Wadden, my
father Campbell Wadden (born 1906) or my aunts Martha and Doris Wadden who at various
times lived in Cape Breton, Westville/Pictou and Annapolis Royal.
Also, my wife and I are visiting Nova Scotia from July 5th to the 21st, should the
opportunity to meet anyone in person be possible.
With very best regards,
Professor of Visual Communication Design
Marsha and Jay Glazer Endowed University Professor
School of Art
University of Washington
Seattle, Washington 98195
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