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Title: Page 110

Full text: NOTES 1O9 NOTES 1. According to the inscription on his tombstone, Jacob Zwicker died on March 7, 1852. 2. Henry Reginald Gaetz was born on December 29,1835. 3. Amelia Caroline Gaetz was baptized on March 19,1837. 4. John Creighton (1794-1878) was M.L.A. for Lunenburg County, 1830- 36,1838-47 and 1851-55, and M.L.C. from 1859 to 1878. 5. Benjamin Zwicker was M.L.A. for Lunenburg County, 1851-55. 6. Henry S. Jost (1804-1889) was M.L.A. for Lunenburg Township, 1851-55, and for Lunenburg County, 1863-67. 7. George Geldert was M.L.A. for Lunenburg County, 1855-59. 8. Henry Bailley (1818-1897) was M.L.A. for Lunenburg Township, 1855-59 and for Lunenburg County, 1859-63. He was also Registrar of Deeds for Lunenburg County from 1871 to 1897. 9. Benjamin Rynard (Reinhardt) was M.L.A. for Lunenburg County, 1855-59. 10. Lewis Anderson, a prominent Lunenburg merchant, died on April 11,1888. He was active in West India trade. 11. Peter Spearwater (1790-1855), son of John Peter and Magdalena (Ritcey) Spearwater, was born at Mahone Bay. He married Eliza Richardson. He was M.L.A. for Shelburne Township, 1836-47. 12. Leonard Geldert resided in Liverpool for a few years and then moved to Milton, Mass. 13. Edward, son of George T. Solomon, was born in 1830. He married Elizabeth Mary Cleary in 1859. 14. John, son of John and Jane (Bolman) Pernette, was born on May 16, 1821. 15. Alexander Gow. 16. John Young, of Lunenburg, also built the brigs Busy and Italia, the brigantines Oddfellow and Chilian, and the schooners Victor, Ripple, and Friend. 17. Casper, son of Frederick Mason, died in 1859, at the age of 45. He married Lucy Langille in 1844. 18. Dr. Alexander Forrest. 19. John H. Kaulbach. 20. The schooner H. M. Moyle, 55 tons, owned by Edward Young, was built at Lunenburg in 1853. 21. The schooner Lunenburg Packet, 61 tons, was built at Lunenburg in 1855. 22. Rev. Alexander Forrester, D.D. (1805-1869), clergyman and edu- cationist, was born in Scotland and educated at the University of Edinburgh. He was licensed in 1831 and ordained in 1835 a min- ister of the Church of Scotland. His first charge was the parish of

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