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Samuel MCNUTT & Lavinia Myzie Ann DICKSON
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Husband: Samuel MCNUTT
Born: 05 NOV 1770 in Palmer, Hampden, Massachusetts
Married: 13 MAY 1790 in Onslow, Colchester County, Nova Scotia
Died: Unknown
Father: William MCNUTT
Mother: Elizabeth THOMPSON
Spouses: Margaret SAVAGE
Wife: Lavinia Myzie Ann DICKSON
Born: 06 MAR 1771 in Onslow, Colchester County, Nova Scotia
Died: 24 NOV 1790 in Onslow, Colchester County, Nova Scotia
Father: James DICKSON
Mother: Margaret GASTON
Spouses:
Children
01 (F): Isabella MCNUTT
Born: 1790 in Onslow, Colchester County, Nova Scotia
Died: 11 SEP 1846 in Onslow, Colchester County, Nova Scotia
Spouses: John BLAIR
02 (M): Daniel MCNUTT
Born: 1795 in River Phillip, Cumberland County, Nova Scotia
Died: 05 MAY 1870 in Athol; buried Athol Cemetery
Spouses: Catherine GILROY; Phoebe PURDY
03 (F): Eleanor MCNUTT
Born: about 1797 in Truro, Colchester County, Nova Scotia
Died: Unknown
Spouses: James YUILL
04 (M): Robert MCNUTT
Born: about 1797 in River Phillip, Cumberland County, Nova Scotia
Died: Unknown
Spouses: Nancy MORSE
05 (M): Thomas MCNUTT
Born: about 1804 in River Phillip, Cumberland County, Nova Scotia
Died: 04 FEB 1838 in River Phillip, Cumberland County, Nova Scotia
Spouses: Celia MORSE
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