1750, Dec 241824, Jan 24
an American Loyalist during American Revolution who was exiled to Canada where he became a politician. Sargent, a Methodist merchant, was the very first signatory among the Salem Addressers of Governor Thomas Gage on his arrival in Salem in 1774, and thus during the American Revolution he was proscribed and exiled in the Banishment Act of the State of Massachusetts in 1778. Following his exile, he went to Barrington, Nova Scotia, where he attended the 7th, 8th, 9th and 10th General Assemblies of Nova Scotia.
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