Henry Atwood was emigrated, with his brother Stephen, to the US in 1892. He lived in Gloucester, MA. He worked for General Seafoods, as a Captain of a Fishing Vessel. He was found in Arlington, MA in 1941, and died there in 1946. He is buried in the Beechbrook Cemetery in Gloucester. He was the son of Henry and Elizabeth (Swim) Atwood of Atwoods Brook, Nova Scotia.
Amy d'Entremont, was the daughter of Timothy and Rachel (Robbins) d'Entremont of Pointe-de-eglise, Nova Scotia. She died in 1949, and is also buried in the Beechbrook Cemetery.
I know of descendants, that still live in the area.