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George Crossman (abt. 1842)

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George Crossman
Born about in , NBmap
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Husband of — married 17 Mar 1869 in , Westmorland Co., NBmap
Died [date unknown] [location unknown]
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George was born about 1842. He is the son of William Crossman and Maria Bowser.


  • Note: a9y (1851 Sack); a20y, farmer, brother, enumerated with Charles H. Crossman.

(1861 Sack); NB, a30y, labourer (1871 Sack); NB, a33y, farmer (1881 Sack). Both of Fairfield, Sackville, married Mar. 27, 1869 (RB17: C-364-5648).

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