- Grace Mary Adams (1898 - 1988) (19 KB)
Married Augustine Wollard Keddy - Dec. 25, 1919.
- Joseph Edward Keddy (11 KB)
Joseph Edward was born in Martin's River in 1868.
- Donald Charles Keddy (1895 - 1990) (112 KB)
Donald C. Keddy - 95, Masonic Home, Windsor, formerly of Dartmouth, died Thursday in Hants Community Hospital, Windsor.He was a son of the late Bryden Alexander and Maude (Bissett) Keddy.
- Ruth Page,Elenor (Kedy) Page & Caroline Eisenhauer (12 KB)
(from left to right) Ruth page, Elenor Jessie(Kedy) Page and Caroline "Cassie" Eisenhauer (Eisenor) 1857-1929.Jessie and Ruth are mother and daughter.
- Alexander Kedy House (Mahone Bay) (37 KB)
261 Edgewater Street, Mahone Bay, N.S.Based on information acquired through deed research and a physical inspection of the building, it is believed that the gabrel-roof dwelling (beside the mill site in Mahone Bay) was constructed in the late eighteenth century, perhaps as early as 1777, when the land on which it stands was purchased by brothers William and Alexander Jr. Kedy, Sawmillers and Carpenters.
- Kaddy Family (1909) (144 KB)
Left to right: Margaret (Hall) Kaddy, Ernest Kaddy, Rebecca (Seaborn) Kaddy, George Henry Kaddy, baby George Douglas Kaddy. Submitted by Norma (Kaddy) Colasessano.
- Kezia Catherine Kedy - Tapestry 1841 (270 KB)
Kezia Catherine was the daughter of John William Kedy and Maria Catherine Acker. Kezia was born in Mahone Bay in 1828 and died there in 1850 at 21 years of age.This tapestry was done by her when she was 12 years old. (this photo was given to me by Carolyn (Keddy) Barnett.)
- Alfred & Margaret (Blank) Keddy & Family (24 KB)
Back Row: Alfred, Walter, Ivan, Charlie, Margaret, William, & Gerald.Front Row: Beatrice, Father Alfred (Jean on knee), Fred, Arthur (in front), Mother Margaret (Blank) Keddy.
- John William Kedy House (Mahone Bay) (25 KB)
249 Edgewater Street, Mahone BayImpressively sited at the head of Mahone Bay, 249 Edgewater Street is believed to have been constructed for John William Kedy, a sawmiller and carpenter, in 1799.
- Glynn Keddy & Sadie McNeil (c:1924) (121 KB)
Glynn came to the states from Martins River, Nova Scotia. The St. Albans record states that his brother West was his sponsor and that he had $25.00Sadie came to the states from Sydney Forks, Cape BretonThey met here in Winchester, MA where they were working for a wealthy family as a butler of sorts and a maid of sorts.(kindly submitted by Jack Keddy)
- Lillian Kedy (158 KB)
(photo submitted by Sean A. Kedy
- Joseph Garibaldi Reeves Family Album (16 KB)
standing - l to r - Ernest, William, Ella, Harold sitting Gertrude and Joseph(submitted by Sally Kueker)
- Longacres Kedy House (Mahone Bay) (23 KB)
122 Clearland Road - Mahone Bay,Longacres, on crest of hill, Clearland Road, overlooking Mahone Bay was bought as a wedding present for John William Jr. Erected in the late eighteenth century, Longacres has be subjected to extensive alterations over its 200 year history.
- Keddy's Waterpowered Mill - Mahone Bay (c:1900) (119 KB)
This site at the head of Mahone Bay was operated as a sawmill for 150 years. (courtesy PANS)
- Charles Haliburton Keddy (1882 - 1933) (12 KB)
Son of Stephen Richard Keddy and Sophia Zwicker. (submitted by Clarke Johnson)
- William Kedy House (Mahone Bay) (22 KB)
403 Main StreetAccording to deed research, the house located at 403 Main Street remained in the Kedy family until 1992, having been passed from William Kedy to his wife Caroline upon his death in 1874, and then to his son John William Bennett Kedy, and eventually to his granddaughters Anne C. A. Willis and Helena Victoria Hyson.
- Dr. Owen Brown Keddy (1902) (40 KB)
Owen Brown is shown (front centre) on the 1902 Acadia Axemen Hockey Team - (kindly submitted by Vernon Keddy)
- Charles Haliburton Keddy & Jessie Floretta Mosher (10 KB)
Married April 24, 1905(submitted by Clarke Johnson)
- Kedy House (Mahone Bay) (33 KB)
381 Main StreetIt is believed that Alexander Kedy & Letitia Blystainer were the original owners of this home.While the exterior form retains much of its original historic character, the interior has been altered to cope with changes in the population of the house and changes in the styles of living and decoration.
- Reeves Brothers (117 KB)
From left to right: Morton, John, Robert, Rodney & Edward Reeves (submitted by Vernon Keddy)
- James Edward Reeves and Family(circa 1900) (32 KB)
James Edward & Ann Reeves, Winnifred, Evelina,John William, Ella Manetta (Reeves) Strum and her twin sister Margaret (Reeves) Levy, Herbert Gladstone Reeves (Killed in WWI)....taken in Mahone Bay, N.S.
- Map of Westminster, London England (112 KB)
This map shows the location of St. Martin's in the Fields (where Alexander Kedy Jr. was baptised in 1748).
- Sarah Maude (Prescott) Ackerman (1959) (85 KB)
Sarah was the daughter of William Prescott and Sarah J. Keddy (submitted by Judith Brown)
- Michael Edward Keddy (67 KB)
This photo was taken in 1938 when Michael came home from the west - as shown in Vernita (Keddy) Murphy's book "Chronicles of Another Era - Book 3, The War Years 1939-1945" - [pg. 11]. [submitted by Christine (Reeves) Baker]
- St. Martin's in the Fields (22 KB)
Westminster, London, EnglandThe first known church on this site dates from 1222 surrounded by the fields in which the monks of Westminster Abbey pastured their animals.This current building is the masterpiece of James Gibbs and was consecrated in 1726.
- Sarah Maude (Prescott) Ackerman - 1918 (76 KB)
Sarah was the daughter of William Prescott & Sarah J. Keddy (submitted by Judith Brown).
- Dr. Owen Brown Keddy (1878-1962) (113 KB)
Prominent Windsor doctor dies at 84 - A prominent Nova Scotia physician and surgeon for over half a century, and former mayor of Windsor, Dr. Owen Brown Keddy, died Saturday at the age of 84.Born in Queens County, he was the son of the late William and Matilda Brown Keddy.
- Bryan, Morris, Frank Edward and Douglas Keddy (13 KB)
This photo was taken in 1991 in Toronto, Ont.
- Violet Marie Ackerman - 1934 (173 KB)
Violet was the grand-daughter of William Prescott & Sarah J. Keddy (submitted by Judith Brown).
- Dr. George W.A. Keddy (1911-1989) (102 KB)
Dr. George W. A. Keddy - 79, Saint John, N.B. died June 7, in Saint John.Born in Windsor, N.S. he was a son of the late Owen B. and Agnes (Johnson) Keddy.
- Glenneth Earl & Sarah (McNeil) Keddy (177 KB)
This photo was taken at the U.S. side of the Niagra Falls....circa 1963Gleneth, formerly of Nova Scotia and Sadie McNeil formerly of Sydney Forks,Cape Breton, NS., kindly submitted by Jack Keddy