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Fort Havoc (Wallace Hale)

Info The language of the text is the original used by Wallace Hale. Records acquired by the Provincial Archives are not translated from the language in which they originate.

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The Sharp Family, Descendants of Alexander Sharp of Edinburgh, Scotland, and the Province of New Brunswick, by Edwin Tappan Adney. First published in Acadienses at Saint John, N. B. 1908. Reproduced, with notes and corrections by R. Wallace Hale

Examination of the ancestry and descendants of the Loyalist Amos Dickinson of New York and New Brunswick,

Smith Family, examining the descendants of Lieut. Michael Smith, first High Sheriff of Bergen County, New Jersey.

The Shea Family, a preliminary study of the descendants of William Elihu Shea, of Carrick-on-Suir, County Waterford, Ireland, and his wife Lydia (Spera/Sperah/Sperry) (Cornwell/Connell) of New Haven, Connecticut, Loyalists.


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