By industry and economy he and his sons made such improvements that the farm became a valuable property. He married Lila Lewis of Amherst. Bessie, the youngest daughter of Richard B. Gershom obtained a Crown land grant commencing along the shore of the Narrows near the old windmill that still bears his name, Tufts Cove. Allan, is a medical doctor. Ardell was married to John Gow, of Wentworth, and removed to Boston.
Hobbs, of Charlottetown, where they reside.
During this time the family grew to include a daughter, Susan Ann. He died inaged 43 years, leaving a widow who, after several years, was married to James Ayer, of Sackville. Black, lives in the United States, where he married a Miss Bing. Black, was married to George Thomas Bowser, of Sackville, a farmer. He was much respected in the community.
Black, lives in the United States, where he married a Miss Bing. McCollum died in They have four children named Lillian, Mary, Jane, and Henry. They had two children, one of whom died when young. His mode of trading is shown by the following: