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Arrangements have been entrusted to Sherwood"s Funeral Home and Life Tribute Centre (506–839–2156), 18 Scovil Road, Norton, NB, where visitation will be held from AM to PM on Saturday, December 23, 2017, followed by the service at PM.Donations in memory of Annie may be made to the Union Cemetery or the memorial of the donor"s choice. JOHN2 GAMBLIN (WILLIAM1) was born in Stoke Damerel, Devon, England, and died Aft. He married ANN HALL in English Settlement, Kings County, New Brunswick, Canada, daughter of GEORGE HALL and SARAH MOODY. From the Bible he found that George Hall and his wife Sarah came from Stockwith Nottingham County England and settled in English Settlement, that their daughter Ann was born October 20th 1803and that she married John Gamblin April 14 1834. She was born in West Stockworth, Nottingham County, England, and died Bet. Also that there was a list of their children giving dates of births, deaths etc. Later on in his story he states that Ann Hall daughter of George and Sarah had come to Canada before her family and that she had married Robert Sargeson. This was confusing as her 1st husband was William Sargeson. 1 November, 1803, Misterton parish, Nottinghamshire, England; d. c1828; to William SARGESON, son of Robert and Elizabeth Sargeson; b. At the time Ernest wrote his story the Gamblin family Bible was in the possession of Charles Gamblin of Bloomfield Station Kings County NB Canada. This is just a little background for my information.
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ith 733 acres, 7 miles of shoreline on the Northern Neck’s Rappahannock River, and access to Mulberry and Deep creeks, Belle Isle lets visitors explore a wide variety of tidal wetlands interspersed with agricultural fields and upland forests.
Belle Isle has three picnic shelters, hiking, biking and bridle trails, motor boat and car-top launch and overnight lodging at the Bel Air Mansion and the Bel Air Guest House.