Series MS.1 - Election addresses

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Election addresses

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  • 1865 and 1867 (Creation)

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This series covers the period 1865 and 1867 and contains 2 pages of textual records.

This series is the electoral addresses made by Freeman Hale Todd and John Bolton 1867. Freeman Todd was elected in 1865 as a candidate opposing the proposed Confederation of New Brunswick with Canada. He was opposed in the 1867 Elections by John Bolton, who won and was elected the first member of the Canadian Parliament for Charlotte County. He was a partner in the Chipman & Bolton Shipbuilders, who built the largest ships in the St Croix, and a merchant in his own right. His daughter Ethel married William F. Todd, Freeman Todd's youngest son in 1879.

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