Weeks (Family), Fredericton (P.E.I.)

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Weeks (Family), Fredericton (P.E.I.)

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The Weeks family were long-time residents of the Fredericton, Prince Edward Island, area, beginning with Stephen Weeks who immigrated to Prince Edward Island in 1824. Around 1900 a house was built by John Weeks and his wife Elizabeth Jane Howard. It was the first in a series of houses which occupied this location. The house was destroyed by fire in 1914 and a new one built in the following year. The house and property remain in the Weeks family.


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