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Job Dobson (1816 - 1857)

Job Dobson
Born in Cape Tormentine, Westmorland, New Brunswick, Canadamap
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Husband of — married 3 Nov 1842 in Botsford Parish, Westmorland, New Brunswickmap
Died at age 40 in New Brunswick, Canadamap
Profile last modified | Created 13 Dec 2014
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Job Dobson was born about 1817. He was the son of Richard Dobson and Charlotte Richardson. He married Eliza Wells on November 3, 1842.[1]

Job died on November 21, 1857 and was buried in the Bayfield Cemetery, Westmorland County, New Brunswick.[2]

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  1. "New Brunswick, Marriage Registers, 1789-1889," images, FamilySearch, Westmorland > 1835-1856 > image 130 of 336; Provincial Archives, Fredericton - #2306: Job Dobson & Eliza S. Wells
  2. New Brunswick Cemeteries, Provincial Archives of New Brunswick, Baysfield Cemetery - Dobson, Job
  3. Dobson-2170 was created by C Dobson through the import of dobson split.ged on Jun 21, 2016. This comment and citation should be deleted after a short biography has been added and primary sources have been cited.

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Dobson-2170 and Dobson-1696 appear to represent the same person because: clear duplicate
posted by Leanne Cooper

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