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CA PANB MC293
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Microfilmed [ca. 1987] (Creation)
- Fisher, Lewis
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Of Loyalist descent, Lewis Fisher was born 11 February 1827 to Henry Fisher (1780-1855) and his second wife, Rebecca (Brown) Lawrence (1793/94-1867). He married Elizabeth Moore, and they had no fewer than 4 children: Margaret Elizabeth (Fletcher, d. 1893), Emily, Frances Edith, and Alice (Greer). The Fishers lived in New Maryland, York County, where Lewis Fisher farmed and operated a general store. He was a parish councillor for a number of years and, in 1871, served as postmaster. In later years, he held the office of accessor of rates and taxes. Lewis Fisher died on 18 March 1897 and was buried in St. Mary The Virgin Anglican Church Cemetery in New Maryland.
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This fonds consists of a single item, an account book for Lewis Fisher's general store. The names of customers, items purchased, amounts charged, and payments made are recorded. There is also an alphabetical index of customers.
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Donated by Elizabeth Morrison, of New Maryland, N.B., a descendant of Lewis Fisher, on 8 January 1987.
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Microfilm No. F13362.
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