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LOOMER, L. S. The Loomers of Carleton County : and other Historical Notes. Volume I. [All published]. This is one of four copies of this typescript. One copy is for the Carleton County [New Brunswick] Historical Society; one for the Loomer family archives in Allison, Iowa, one for the Nova Scotia Archives and one for the author. Compiled by L. S. Loomer. Roxboro, Quebec, 1964. Roxboro, Quebec : by the author, 1964. Pp 237; single sided typewritten; +  leaves of family charts +  leaves of hand printed "supplements"; several pages of correspondence, and research notes laid in. Illustrated with patterned endpapers, and  leaves of folding maps. 8vo, half calf, flower pattern paper-covered boards.
Leslie Sinclair 'Larry.' Loomer (b. 1930, Falmouth, Nova Scotia - d. May 30, 2003, Wolfville, Nova Scotia,) was an artist, writer, editor, historian and antiquarian book dealer.
1. Some Notes on the Origins of the Surname Loomer;
2. New England to 1700;
3. Some Notes on Exploration and Settlement in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick;
4. Acadia before 1760;
5. Loomers of Nova Scotia;
6. New Brunswick to the Coming of the Loyalists;
7. Jacksontown and Jacksonville;
8. Elisha Loomer;
9. Edward Loomer and His Descendants;
10. James Loomer;
11. Ann Loomer and the Churchill Family;
12. Isaac Loomer;
13. Lucinda Loomer Hartt;
14. The Miller Family;
15. The Spicer Family.
I. Chart of Stephen Loomer I and his Children;
II. Chart of Samuel Loomer I and his Children;
III. Chart of Stephen Loomer II and his Children;
IV. Chart of Jonathan Loomer and his Children;
V. Chart of Simeon Loomer and his Children;
VI. Chart of Levi Loomer and his children;
VII. Chart of Elisha Loomer and his Children;
VIII. Chart of Edward S. Loomer and his Children;
IX. Chart of Alicia Maria Loomer and her Children;
X. Line of Descent of the Loomers of Carleton County;
XII. Line of Descent of Jerusha A. Loomer Lynds;
XIII. Some Tombstone Inscriptions from Nova Scotia;
XIV. Some Inscriptions and other Notes Relating to the Tuppers in New Brunswick;
XV. Chart of the Borden Family;
XV(sic). Map of Massachusetts:
XVI. Map of Connecticut;
XVII. Map of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick;
XVIII. Map of Falmouth, N.S. circa 1820;
XIX. Map of a Portion of Carleton County;
XX. Map of Jacksonville and Jacksontown;
Vol. II is a comprehensive Index to Vol. I. With bibliography and index.
This is an account of the Loomer family, written by the late Larry Loomer, a well known antiquarian bookseller in Windsor Nova Scotia and author of Windsor, Nova Scotia : A Journey in History.
The Loomers Of Carleton County [New Brunswick] is intelligently compiled within an historical framework, and supported by references. Mr. Loomer's literary talent and his skill as a researcher come together to make this book a fascinating read. The author has added many pen notations to lower margins, and has extended the book by  pages of hand printed notes to rear, all contributing favourably to enhancing and further developing the text. All pen notations are legibly printed. The maps are hand drawn, both clear and a pleasure to examine.
This book is very scarce, being one of only four copies, and was never available for sale, this being the author's own annotated copy, the other three having been distributed to institutions.
Wear to fore-edge and lower edge, tight binding, with many penned annotations and cancellations by the author. A very good copy. 1,000.00
Title: The Loomers of Carleton County. Volume 1. Limited Edition.
Publisher: LOOMER, L. S: 1964
Item: 1.00 Item
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