Johannes Conrod: Death: 21 AUG 1817
Title: Records of the Evangelical Church of Osthofen, Record Type: church register
Title: Halifax Weekly Chronicle
Title: 1770 Nova Scotia Census
Page: There is one adult male and one adult female, identified as Protestant and as "German and Other Foreigners", and three boys and three girls, identified as Protest and American. The household possessed one horse, two cows, two young meat cattle, and two swine. In the past year it had produced two bushels of rye, fifteen of barley, and four of oats. It was also noted that one female child had been born in the past year.
Publication: 1 Jan 1770
Title: The Foreign Protestants and the Settlement of Nova Scotia
Author: Bell, Winthrop
Title: St. Johns Anglican - Lunenburg, Record Type: church register
Title: Dutch Reformed Church - Lunenburg, Record Type: church register
Note: Arrived in Halifax in 1751 on the Pearl. Original settler of Lunenburg in 1753.
Note: Baptismal record is in the Reformed Church in Osthofen.�
Note: The surname is shown as Cunrad
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