Hatch, Harris

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1780-1856

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Harris Hatch was born in 1780, a son of Christopher Hatch of Boston, a Loyalist who settled at St. Andrews, New Brunswick. Harris Hatch married Ann Whitlock in 1808. He was a lawyer who trained as a student in the law office of Ward Chipman; Registrar of Deeds and Probates for Charlotte County; member of the Legislative Council, Commissioner of Bankruptcies, Surrogate, member of the Board of Education, Judge of the Court of Common Pleas; a member of the Legislative Council and a colonel in the militia. He built the house which is now the Ross Memorial Museum in St. Andrews. Harris Hatch died in 1856.

Harris H. Hatch, a son of Harris and Ann Hatch, was born in 1811 and died in 1894. He succeeded his father as Registrar of Deeds and Probates in Charlotte County.

Sources:
Loyalists to Canada, 1992;
New Brunswick Loyalists, 1983;
Some Loyalists and Others, 1976

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