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Michael Lay Legge (abt. 1735)

Michael Lay Legge
Born about in Nova Scotiamap
Son of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
[sibling(s) unknown]
Husband of — married about 1765 in Lunenburg, , Nova Scotia, Canadamap [uncertain]
Descendants descendants
Died [date unknown] in Nova Scotia, Canadamap
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There is a Michael Legge, a farmer who married Ann Eliza Lantz, married 25 September 1855, living in Scots Bay, Nova Scotia, Canada.[1]

Research Notes

It's unclear where his name came from. The birth year is a very rough estimate based on his son William's birth in 1765. Whitten-1 18:59, 22 April 2017 (EDT)


  1. Michael Legge in entry for Ola Minnie Legge, 1876.

Ireland, Lord Viscount Morpeth's Testimonial Roll, 1841 for Michael Legge possible source

"Micheal Legg" listed between William Legg and James Legg near the middle of the page. Occupation is "Farmer". There are columns for tallying the members of the household, but no names are listed. "Micheal Legg" listed between William Legg and James Legg near the middle of the page. Occupation is "Farmer".

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Hi! Your biography mentions the 1855 marriage of Legge-74 and Lantz-227, who would be my great-great grandparents. I'll take a look to see if I have anything else on this Michael in other places.
posted by Jen (McQueen) Wanner
There are Legge and, yet more of LEGG in the 1700's in this in England.

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