Who Found
McGinnis, Smith & Vaughan
When Found
1795
Where Found
Money Pit to Joudrey's Cove shore near large boulder and possible remnants of Stone "Wharf" or to west end of Island "British Colonist" article dated Jan 2, 1864 "they found that the remains of a tolerably well made road from it to the west shore of the island were still discernable"
Firsthand / Secondhand
References
British Colonist article dated Jan 2, 1864 "they found that the remains of a tolerably well made road from it to the west sore of the island were still discernable". Furneaux's, "The Money Pit Mystery". Pg 15 & 95. (East to West down center of Island)
Location Today
Portions still visible north of Money Pit.
Oddity Factor
3
Assessment of Authenticity
4: no archeological verification done. What is viewed today as being portions of this road are untraceable back to any specific location historically and may not be an old road at all.
Comments
Furneaux claims road ran East/West Crooker claims road ran from Money Pit to Joudrey's Cove.
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