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Benjamin Foster Tupper (1807 - 1876)

Benjamin Foster Tupper
Born in Horton or Aylesford, Nova Scotiamap
Ancestors ancestors
Husband of — married 20 Mar 1836 in St Mary's Church Auburn, Nova Scotiamap
Descendants descendants
Died in Cornwallis, Nova Scotiamap
Profile last modified | Created 19 Apr 2009
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Biography

Benjamin F. Tupper resided in Nova Scotia, in the part know as the Annapolis Valley (Horton, Cornwallis, and Aylesford). He married twice, first to Emmelia Randall and second to Irene Simmons. He was father to 12 children. A number of his descendants moved to the United States, from Machias Maine, to Minnesota, back to the Boston, Massachusetts area.

Benjamin F. Tupper, died 1876 in Kentville, Kings County. Item can be found in Registration Year: 1876 - Book: 1811 - Page: 141 - Number: 220[1]

Benjamin F. Tupper M Age 67 Married. Born Horton. Parents Francis and Susan. Died 28 Nov 1876 Scott's Bay of Gravel. Informant - Francis Tupper.[2] [He would have been born about 1809.]

Sources

  1. https://www.novascotiagenealogy.com
  2. https://www.novascotiagenealogy.com
  • Source: Tupper, Eleanor, Phd. Tupper Genealogy 1578 - 1971, The Reporter Press, Paul K Blanchard, Inc., North Conway, NH 1972 p. 532-533
  • Canadian Census Data, online at Ancestry.com

Acknowledgments

Thanks to Hollis Bartlett for starting this profile, Marie Chantigny and Becky syphers for merging, research by Rebecca Bartlett Nally and William J. Nally, Robert N. Bates.



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