Green Carrier (John/Andrew/Thomas & Martha Carrier)
Thought it was Nova Scotia.
Green Carrier was born on 10 Jul 1742 in Colchester, New London, CT. He died Unknown.
Lived in Hebron Ct.
Went to Nova Scotia in 1784, a tory
NAMES of leasees in Nassau, formerly Phillipstown,
taken from the 1788 Van Allen survey map found at the
Green Carrier "Muster Rolls of Discharged Officers and
Disbanded Soldiers and Loyalists Taken in the County of Annapolis between the 18th and 29th days of June, 1784" , Appendix "G" in "History of the County of Annapolis: Supplement" by A. W. Savary, originally pub. 1913.
The numbers after the names refer to, in order, men, women, children above 10 (years of age), children under 10, servants above 10, and servants under
10; next comes description (I assume "D.S." means "discharged soldier" and "D.O." means "discharged officer"); then location where person/family
settled. "Moose River" later became Clementsport. Annapolis, Granville,
Wilmot and Clements would refer to the townships.
CARRIER, Green 1,1,0 2 Loyalist Granville
We probably dis-owned him from the family back then but seeing that Canada beat us at hockey today, guess we'll admit him back into the fold.
You can find his ancestors at my website
Let me know if you find any more info on Green.
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