Tupperville, Nova Scotia

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Tupperville, Nova Scotia is located in Nova Scotia
Tupperville, Nova Scotia
Tupperville in Nova Scotia

Tupperville is a community in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia, located in Annapolis County . Before it became known as Tupperville it was once Girouard Village, home of many generations of the Girouard family from 1690-1755 starting with Jacques Girouard (b-1648 d-1703) and his wife Marguerite Gautrot Girouard. Jacques was the eldest son of Francois Girouard and Jeanne Aucoin Girouard. The Girouard's built a number of homes and worked the land which also once belonged to Charles D'Aulnay, Governor of Acadie from 1636-1650. Tupperville was named after Canada's sixth Prime Minister Sir Charles Tupper who was said to frequent the area.

Coordinates: 44°47′56.01″N 65°21′55.41″W / 44.7988917°N 65.3653917°W / 44.7988917; -65.3653917 (Tupperville, Nova Scotia)

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