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1830 - [186-?] (Creation)
- Connell, Jeremiah Mansfield
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Jeremiah Mansfield Connell was born in Northampton, New Brunswick, in 1800. He was the eldest child of Charles Connell, Sr., a Loyalist who arrived in New Brunswick in 1789, and Mary Palmer. Jeremiah M. Connell married Mary P. Wolhaupter in 1822. They had nine children: C.H. (b. 1824), Sophia (1826-1849), Harriet (b.1829), Jeremiah (1831-1851), Maria (b. 1836), Mary Ann (1837), John William (1838-1839), Mary (b. 1840), and John (1845-1870).
Jeremiah M. Connell was a justice of Common Pleas and a member of the Legislative Assembly. He was a merchant and businessman who started the first bank in Woodstock in 1836. J. M. Connell also owned over 4 000 acres of land, which he leased and mortgaged to Carleton County residents. He also owned bank stock, bonds, deeds, and farm inventory.
Jeremiah M. Connell was a member of the Wesleyan Methodist Church. After his death in 1847, his estate was handled by his brother, Charles Connell, Jr.
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