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Title: HISTORY OF THE COUNTY OF ANNAPOLIS.
Publisher: Mika Publishing Co.:, Canada
Publication Date: 1980
Binding: Hard Cover
Book Condition: Fine
Dust Jacket Condition: Not Issued With A Dust Jacket.
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1897 Excerpt: ...to apologize, which he did. Whether Mr. Woodmas ever lived at Annapolis or not, I have not been able to determine, nor whether he left heirs in the Province. THOMAS DAY. 1761-1765. This gentleman represented the township of Annapolis for four years, and was the colleague of Joseph Winniett in its representation in the third General Assembly. He was succeeded by Colonel Hoar in 1765. I have not been able to recover any particulars concerning him. His name does not appear either in the census of 1763 or in that of 1770, from which it may be inferred that he was only a temporary resident in the county. JOSEPH WINNIETT. 1761-1765, 1765-1770. The subject of our present notice was born in Annapolis in 1726, and was the son of William Winniett, of whom a sketch will appear in the genealogies. With some of his brothers he received in the old Boston Grammar School that sound educational training which qualified him as Justice of the Peace, as Collector of Excise and Customs duties, as Judge of Probates and Wills, as Registrar of Deeds, as a special Commissioner, and as a member of the Assembly, to acquit himself with credit and success, and to gain as well as to merit the fullest approval both of those whom he served and those by whom he was employed. At the time of his first election, in 1761, he was thirty-five years of age; his colleague was Thomas Day, and they were the first representatives of the township of Annapolis. Woodmas and Harris (the latter vice Steele, deceased) were members for the county at the same time. This election took place in consequence of the death of the King (George II.) in 1760. Mr. Winniett took his seat on the 7th of June, 1762. In the same year he had occasion to complain to the head of the administration (Belcher) of the conduct of ...
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