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1. Title:   Canadian Census of 1851
2. Title:   Canadian Census of 1871
3. Title:   Canadian Census of 1881
4. Title:   Canadian Census of 1891
5. Title:   Canadian Census of 1901
6. Title:   Reisner, M.E., edited by, The Diary of a Country Clergyman, 1848-1851, James Reid (McGill-Queen's University Press: Montreal, 2000)
7. Title:   Rhicard, Lorna, compiler, Missisquoi Co., Births & Deaths, Extracts from Reel No. 124.4 (Brome County Historical Society, October 2002)
8. Title:   Obituary from the Sherbrook Record Newspaper
9. Title:   Cemetery visit
10. Title:   Birch, Brenda Wilson, Frelighsburg Twp. Cemeteries, Missisquoi County, Quebec (Private Publication, July 2003)
11. Title:   Broadhurst, R. Neil, compiler, Protestant Marriages in the District of Bedford, Quebec 1804-1879 (Calgary: Kintracers, 1991)

Notes
a. Note:   er published in Sherbrooke, Quebec. National Library of Canada microfilm #NJ.FM.755. It reports that: Asa Westover died Aug. 12, 1902 at Meigs Corners in Dunham Twp. aged nearly 90 years. He was a pioneer of the militia movement and became a colonel at the time of the Fenian Raids in 1870. He also pioneered the maple syrup industry in the Eastern Townships. About 20 years ago he got involved in land speculation in the Canadian Northwest and 'the comfortable competency which he had accumulated by years of hard work was swept away.' He had to sell his farm and move to a 10 acre farm where he lived until his death. He was an Anglican."
Note:   "From page 3 of the Aug. 18, 1902 issue of the Sherbrook Record newspap


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