Mahood, William

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Mahood, William

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[ca. 1811-1855]

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William Mahood (ca. 1811-1855) was the Deputy Surveyor of Crown Lands for Charlotte County, New Brunswick. He lived in St. Andrews but was originally from Cavan, Ireland. He was married to Lucretia (b. ca. 1818 in New Brunswick) and they had three children: James (b. ca. 1839); Letitia (b.ca. 1843) and Lucretia (b. ca. 1845). William served in the 7th Co., 2nd Battalion of the Charlotte County Militia in 1845.

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Charlotte County Census 1851
Vital Statistics, 1854-1856
P.M. Toner "An Index to Irish Immigrants in the New Brunswick Census of 1851".
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