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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

  7. Person Not Viewable

  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:   Brevillers Reformed Church, Record Type: church register
2. Title:   Halifax County Probate Acts
3. Title:   1770 Nova Scotia Census
Publication:   1 Jan 1770
4. 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:   , giving the Bissett baptisms performed there and none of the above appear on this list. All of the known children born prior to 1772 do appear on this list. In addition, the known children already total ten in 1781 and twelve in 1786, in agreement with the numbers given in the land grant petitions.�There was an Alexander Bissett noted in the Carleton Papers as the Master of the ship 'Thomas' in New York City on 1 May 1783, just before the sailing of the 'Spring Fleet' to Nova Scotia with the Loyalist refugees. If this Alexander were a child of Jean George, he almost certainly would have appeared in the Lunenberg baptism list.
Note:   Others have stated that he had seven additional sons: Alexander Samuel, Edward, George, Henry, Nathaniel, Stephan, and Charles. This would seem to be highly unlikely. There is an 1789 document from Saint John's Church in Lunenberg
b. Note:   Name is shown on Brevilliers birth register as 'Bizes'.
c. Note:   strator was appointed. The inventory of payments from the estate filed in this new action, begins with payments made in October 1788 - implying that this was his date of death or soon thereafter.
Note:   The usual date given for his death is 23 Nov 1797, when an initial Notice of Probate was published. This, however, appears to have been filed many years after his death. A new probate action restarted on 20 Oct 1808 when an Admini
d. Note:   ld possessed two oxen, one cow, one young meat cattle, and one swine. In the past year it had produced ten bushels of wheat, four of pease, ten of barley, twenty of oats, and 1/4 hundreds of flax. It was also noted that one male had been born in the past year and that no-one had died.
Note:   He is identified as "George Bizet, Junior". There is one adult male, one adult female, three boys and three girls. All are identified as Protestant. The adults are "German and Other Foreigners" and children American. The househo


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