Fonds MBMS-52 - George Zwicker fonds

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George Zwicker fonds

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2 pages of textual records

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John George Zwicker, the son of John Zwicker and Charlotte Herman, was born at Indian Point in 1817. Zwicker married Eliza Baker in 1843. The couple had two children, George Gabriel and Mary Ann Selina. George Zwicker died at Indian Point in 1877.

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The document was transferred from the DesBrisay Museum in 2010.

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Fonds consists of a note from William Turner threatening legal action against Zwicker for a debt owed to John Hyson.

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