From the Nova Scotia Genealogist, VolumeV/2, page 110, "Abstract of Provisions: 8 Oct/17 Dec 1783, Halifax, NS, compiled by Freda Withrow. This list is noted as an Abstract of Provisions, Necessaries, Etc. issued from His Majesty's Storehouses in Halifax, Nova Scotia, by order of the Honorable Bridadier General Fox, Commanding His Majesty's Troops in this province to disbanded Corps, Loyalists and others from the 8th October to the 17th December 1783. What Corps Issued to: Royal Nova Scotia Volunteers Where settled: Nova Scotia Under Whose Direction: F.G. Etter # of Men, Women, Children: 23, 4, 13
Vital Statistics From Nova Scotia Newspapers (source for death information). Acadian Register, 11 Oct 1828, #3073
The NS Genealogist. Vol. II, p. 110: "Abstract of Provisions, 8 Oct/17 Dec. 178 3, by Freda Withrow.
The Loyalists of Massachusetts, Their Memorials, Petitions and Claims (source for military and burial information). Author: E. Alfred Jones. London St. Catherine Press, Stanford St., NE, 1930. Page: p. 134
Mayflower Descendant: A Magazine of Pilgrim Genealogy and History. Boston, MA: Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants, 1899- . (Online database: AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2010). Vol 36, p 45. Christ Church, Braintree, Mass. Baptisms. Year: 1766. "Franklin Germartus Etter son of Peter & Margaret bapt. Mch. 28"
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