I have been trying for some time to reply to your message but could not sign on as I forgot my username and password. Without one of the other (catch22) I could not have the system email my login information. Contacting theadministrators directly was something I was not able to do.
Anyway, I was pleased to come across your message to me which you posted back on April 17, 2002 (nearly a year ago).
My grandmother was Phoebe Simpson Langille from Malagash so I was quite interested in what you mentioned of your father whose first name was not reported.
Phoebe's father was James Langille and her mother Catherine Hayden/Heighton, the family originally from River John.
My grandmother had several brothers and sisters, the names I do not recall at the moment, and my research to locate their descendants was limited.I also did not track down James' brothers and sisters.
I know about the Black Langille's of course but over the years the Langille's intermarried so much I think anyone would be hard pressed to say the Black Langilles did not have a lot of blood from the Langilles descended from David.
I have been to Malagash and photographed all the grave monuments in the United Church cemetery and found relatives.
My great-grandparents once owned Saddle Island off Malagash Point and I suspect they are buried there.Hope to return soon to verify that.
Can you tell me more of your dad, your family...
P.S. Because of ther search engines tracking and listing our every move, I am no longer using my last name. I like Malagash.