Welsford, Kings, Nova Scotia

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Welsford, Kings, Nova Scotia is located in Nova Scotia
Welsford, Kings, Nova Scotia
Welsford in Nova Scotia

Welsford is a small farming community in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia, located in Kings County.

It is one of two communities in Nova Scotia named after Augustus Frederick Welsford, a Nova Scotian war hero in the Crimean War, the other being Welsford, Pictou County (see the Welsford-Parker Monument). Nestled at the base of Nova Scotia's North Mountain, Welsford stretches along Route 221. Welsford is the birthplace of the entrepreneur Alfred Fuller, the "Fuller Brush Man".[1]

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Coordinates: 45°5′13.44″N 64°45′25.9″W / 45.0870667°N 64.757194°W / 45.0870667; -64.757194 (Welsford, Nova Scotia)