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Series forms part of the Stanley F. Flaherty family fonds and contains the marriage certificate of John Fenwick Bayers of Musquodoboit Harbour and Sarah Jane Turple of Clam Bay on October 21, 1890 and signed by Rev. F. J. [Pentelowe].
John F. Bayers born was c. 1867 and was the son of George and Margaret Bayers. He was employed as a mill hand in Musquodoboit Harbour at the time of his marriage. Sarah Jane Turple was born c. 1868 and was the daughter of Alexander and Regina (Webber) Turple of Clam Bay. Together they had two children, Etta Regina Bayers (b. July 1, 1891) and Olive Bayers. Sarah Jane died sometime between about 1893 and 1897, when John F. Bayers remarried. He was then employed as a seaman and married Matilda Dillman of Dartmouth. He died sometime before 1923.
Marriage certificate is torn in half.