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Crozier Family History (1979)

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Crozier Family History (1979)

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Crozier Family History (1979)

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Title: Crozier Family: One Branch Descended from James Crozier - Who Became a Member of the Masonic Lodge of St. John, Dublin, Ireland, in 1808 and Whose Descendants Settled on Prince Edward Island, Canada
Author: Roy Anderson Foulke
Publisher: Self-published, Bronxville, New York: 1979 (2nd Edition, Revised & Updated)
Description: 8vo. 124pp. Illustrated. Softcover. In his Preface to the 2nd edition, the author says it “includes the details of many births, unfortunately, several deaths, more complete data on some families, and a reasonable number of corrections in dates, places, and addresses.”

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“James Crozier is the first individual of whom we have any knowledge in this branch of the Crozier family … There are two different stories about his migration to Prince Edward Island, Canada. According to one granddaughter, Sarah Ann Pratt (Crozier) Foulke (No. 15), he left France and settled in the northern part of Ireland, marrying someone (name, date and place unknown at this writing) of Irish birth. He sailed from Ireland for Prince Edward Island, Canada, in the late 1830’s or the early 1840’s, by way of New York, N.Y. This was a few years before the catastrophic Irish famine of 1845-47 but emigration to the New World was already underway as a result of the widespread unrest due to the religious, political, and social problems which were plaguing Ireland … According to a great-great-granddaughter, Mrs. Mazel Maruerite (White) Linneborn (No. 53), James sailed from England, probably Devonshire, to Prince Edward Island by way of Canso, Nova Scotia.”