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- Anderson family (descendants of Thomas Sr.)
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The Anderson family were descendants of Thomas Sr. (1745-1841) and Mary Anderson, who emigrated to Sackville, New Brunswick, from Yorkshire, England, in the early 1770s. Settling at Cole’s Island, situated on the Tantramar Marsh near Sackville, the first two generations engaged in farming. Titus Anderson, grandson of Thomas Sr., became a master mariner, the first of many seafaring men in the Anderson family of Sackville.
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Donated to the Archives by Albert and Shelly Anderson, March 25 1997
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See also accessions 7610, 7635, 7832, 8317, 8431, 8610, 9125, 9501, and 9610.
Patterson family papers are located in accessions 7001, 7635, and 7832.