Title: History of Nova Scotia: Biographical Sketches of Representative Citizens and Genealogical Records of the Old Families
Page: Vol. III, p. 632 - 634
Author: Allison, David
Publication: A. W. Bowen, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 1916
Title: Presbyterian Witness (Nova Scotia)
Page: issue of 6 Apr 1861
Title: 1838 Nova Scotia Census
Page: via Mildred Howard.
Title: Halifax County Marriage Bonds
Title: Religious Marriages in Halifax - 1768 to 1841, Series: #16
Author: Terrance Punch
Publication: GANS, 1991
Note: G. E. Bissett owned the 25 ton schooner ENTERPRISE built at L'Ardoise (Isle Madame) in 1847.
Note: He came to River Bourgeois, from Cole Harbour about 1820. When he died, he was one of wealthiest men in Nova Scotia.�
Note: , whither his parents, who were English, had emigrated."
Note: Date estimated from age ("in his 58th yr.") given in the Presbyterian Witness death notice. Allison places George Edward's birth at Cole Harbour in 1801, son of Frederick Bissett of "Germany on the banks of the historic Rhine river
Note: The household shows a total of 1 female under 6, 1 male under 14, 1 female under 14, 2 males over 14, and 1 female over 14
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