MacLean, Samuel

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MacLean, Samuel

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Samuel MacLean (1848-1924), also a son of Mary and Angus MacLean, married Katherine Warmington. Samuel was a farmer and master Marnier having received his master sea-going certificate (#795) on 26 November 1875, in Halifax, Nova Scotia. He sailed for Peake Bros. of Charlottetown on the Brigantine "Zinga" from 1 May 1877 to 11 December 1882, after which he moved to Quincy, Massachusetts. He and Katherine had ten children.


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RAD 22.1B; 22.12A


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11 January 2006. Copied from PEIAIN 5 February 2015.




Accession # 3084

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