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Pink Star Barro is one of Southwest Nova Scotia’s most established law firms with a history dating back to 1981.

In the year prior, Martin Pink, in partnership with Hugh Jon Fraser and Andrew Nickerson, purchased the building located at 390 Main Street in Yarmouth that had been occupied for a number of years by the Yarmouth law firm Chipman Sanderson.

In 1982, Phil Star joined the fold and for a number of years, the firm was known as Pink Nickerson Star.

In 2004, Andrew Nickerson left the firm to form Nickerson Jacquard, making way for more change to the firm’s make up and Pink Star Barro was formed.

During the Seven Years' War, New England Planters settled at what is now the town of Yarmouth in 1759; the grantees were from Yarmouth, Massachusetts and they requested that Yarmouth be named after their former home.

Birth, marriage and death records are held by Vital Statistics and by Nova Scotia Archives, depending on when the event occurred.

For more information on birth, marriage and death records held by Nova Scotia Archives, visit

Civil death registrations were recorded in Nova Scotia between 18, and began again on October 1, 1908.

Death records of persons who died before 1965 are held at the Nova Scotia Archives.