Pope, Zibah

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Pope, Zibah

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1779-1852

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Ziba Pope was born in New Brunswick in 1779 and by 1809 he owned land with Moses Vernon bought 3/8 of two parts of land on the east side of the Magadavic ajoining 2nd Falls a total of 600 acres for 1,125 pounds Cnd. currency together with the double saw mill on the western side and he is described as a merchant. On 13 May 1816 he along with others sold the landhe owned at the 2nd Falls. By that time he had settled in Randolph Vermont. He was a Quaker but he became a Baptist in 1822 and became an itinerent minister, travelling to New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Maine and New Hampshire. From 1833 he moved to Lincoln, Vermont and worked as a merchant, he died of consuption 12 February 1852

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