Dr. John L. Peppard fonds

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Dr. John L. Peppard fonds

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  • 1865-1906 (Creation)
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    Peppard, John L., Dr., 1840-1907.

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30 cm of textual records

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(1840-1907)

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John L. Peppard was born at Fredericton, New Brunswick in 1840, the son of John and Sarah (Davis) Peppard. He became a medical doctor in the Londonderry area of Colchester County, Nova Scotia. He resided at Derr Farm, Great Village. Peppard married three times during his life and had a total of eight children. He died in 1907 when he accidently poisioned himself.

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Records were donated in 1992 by Marjorie and Ruth Peppard, the granddaughters of John Peppard.

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92.358.1-50. Maps are in map section and treaties are in encapulation box 3.

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