Charles R. Hatheway
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CA MNBM ID4752
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- Hatheway, Charles Reid
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Charles Reid Hatheway was born in 1789, one of seven sons of Loyalist Ebenezer Hatheway (1748-1811) and his wife Mary. In 1816 Charles Hatheway married Abigail Julia Clements (b. 1792). They had at least 10 children: George Frederick (1817); I. Isabella (1818); Charles E.O. (1820); Theresa. S.A. (1822); Caroline. M.E. (1824); B.J.I. (1826); Georgina (1828); P. Clements (1830); Bradshaw O.H. (1832); Ara Gloria (1834). He served as a lieutenant in the New Brunswick Fencibles and as a justice of the peace for Charlotte County. Charles R. Hatheway died on 21 July 1869 in St. Andrews, New Brunswick.
Source: Loyalists All, 1985; Genealogy within fonds
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This fonds consists of the appointments, business records, accounts and military records of Charles R. Hatheway. There is also material about a dispute over land with Michael Noonan, 1851-1866; a record of surveys in Charlotte County, 1827-1855, and of lots surveyed in Saint David's for Dr. Frye and Capt. Mowatt, 1834; and a court book of smuggling cases, 1830-1832.
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The Provincial Archives of New Brunswick holds a microfilm copy of these records on film no. F1451.