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CA MNBM ID2240
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- Pigeon (family)
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(Branch begins in 19th century)
Charles Pigeon was a ship's carpenter in Saint John, New Brunswick, who had received a freeman's certificate in 1846. He possibly had a son, Charles T. or D., who was a dealer in provisions and received his freeman's certificate in 1869. His business may have been located on Charlotte Street in Saint John around 1869-1870.
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The fonds consists of two freeman's certificates. One, dated 1846, belonged to Charles Pigeon, a ship's carpenter. The other, dated 1869, belonged to Charles T. or D. Pigeon, a dealer in provisions.
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Presented to Natural History Society. By Mrs. C.T. Pidgeon, 1923 or 1924.
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