Notes for Henry Coggins: Digby Neck is a rural community in Nova Scotia. It is a long narrow peninsula running parallel to the south-west shore of mainland Nova Scotia. It measures roughly 40 km long and 5 km wide.
The town of Eastport, situated on a frontier island, it's fortunes involved in the boundry disputes, restrictive measures, and wars of two rival nations, has had a peculiar and eventful history. s. Reference Books: Easport and Passamoquoddy: A Collection of Historical and Biographical Sketches. Compiled by William Henry Kilby. Copyright & Printed 1888, in Eastport Maine by Edward E. Shead & Company.
Henry Coggins Timeline:
1791 - Henry Coggins is born. Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. 1800 - Henry Sr. resides in Eastport, Maine. 1830 - Township 13, Washington, Maine 1840 - Pembroke, Washington County, Maine (1 male between the ages of 15 & 20) 1850 - Pembroke, Washington County, Maine
1827 - Marriage Intentions: To Lucy Ann Garnett 27 May 1827, Lubec, Washington County, Maine.
1850 - Laborer Henry Coggins resided in Pembroke, Washington County, Maine. He was a close neighbor of farmer Samuel Hersey, Isaiah Hersey Sr. & Jr., Caleb Hersey, farmer William B. Hersey, farmer Aaron N. Leighton, farmer Hateval Leighton, and farmer Joseph Garnett to name a few. The farming town consisted of 912 white males, and 800 females, living in 260 homes, with a total of 279 families, and 127 farms. There were 12 deaths recorded.
1880 - Census, Pembroke Maine. John H. Coggins b. 1831 his Father's Birthplace: NS (Nova Scotia) s. Lubec Vital Records Book of Marriages 1811 - 1822
More About Henry Coggins and Lucy Ann Garnett: Marriage: June 24, 1827, Lubec, Washington, Maine by S.Yeaton Esq.
Children of Henry Coggins and Lucy Ann Garnett are: