Earth-Shattering Stuff About A Gaspé Family

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Title
Earth-Shattering Stuff About A Gaspé Family
Abstract
The story of Hector Munro, a Black refugee who left New York in the British evacuation of that city at the end of the American Revolution, and eventually settled in Gaspé. He worked as a fisherman for Charles Robin & Co. at Paspébiac. He died on August 17, 1841.
Publication
Connections: Journal of The Quebec Family History Society
Volume
Vol. 41
Issue
no. 1
Pages
12-14
Date
September 2018
Language
en
Citation
Mackey, Frank. “Earth-Shattering Stuff About A Gaspé Family.” Connections: Journal of The Quebec Family History Society Vol. 41, no. 1 (September 2018): 12–14.
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