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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Joseph Frederick Bissett: Birth: 28 JUN 1771 in Lunenburg, Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, Canada. Death: 23 DEC 1854 in Cole Harbour, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

  2. James Frederick Bissett: Birth: AFT 1772 in Tatamagouche, Colchester, Nova Scotia, Canada. Death: 07 JUN 1871 in Cole Harbour, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

  3. Mary Ann Bissett: Birth: ABT 1773 in Tatamagouche, Colchester, Nova Scotia, Canada. Death: 08 OCT 1857 in Lawrencetown, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

  4. Catherine Bissett: Birth: 1776 in Tatamagouche, Colchester, Nova Scotia, Canada. Death: 28 MAR 1853 in Cole Harbour, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

  5. Samuel Bissett: Birth: 1781. Death: 01 JUL 1854 in Cole Harbour, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

  6. George Frederick Bissett: Death: 24 MAR 1834 in Cole Harbour, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

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  8. Person Not Viewable

  9. John George Bisset: Death: 30 JAN 1847 in Cole Harbour, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

  10. Jacques Bissett: Death: ABT 1772 in Tatamagouche, Colchester, Nova Scotia, Canada

  11. Person Not Viewable

  12. Benjamin Bissett: Death: 04 MAR 1841 in Cole Harbour, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada


Sources
1. Title:   An Extract of the Baptisms of the Children of Jean George Bizet
Author:   G. F. Bailly, Clerk of Saint John's Anglican Church in Lunenburg
Publication:   16 Sep 1787

Notes
a. Note:   ives of Nova Scotia), however, show both a Jean Nicholas and Judith Metin on the victualling lists in Halifax. The only evidence for a sister to Judith being present is Bell's hypothesis that the surname of the bride (Anna Judith) in an 1757 marriage of Jean Nicholas Boutelier should read 'Metin', rather than 'Mehr' , as it appears to have been originally recorded.�'Planters and Pioneers' is said to show Judith and a sister, Anna Judith, arriving on the Sally in 1752, although their parents are not shown on the passenger list. It is likely that this source is based upon Bell's notes.�An analysis of the passenger list for the 1752 Sally suggests that Judith (and her sister, if she had one) may have traveled with the family of Jacques Boutilier.
Note:   A 17 year old brother, Jean Nicholas Metin, is shown in his own entry on the passenger list of the 1752 sailing of the Sally. There are no other entries for any Metins in any of the passenger lists. Bell's notes (at the Public Arch


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