MG H99 Rep.Title: George Skeffington Grimmer appointments
Grimmer was elected to the House of Assembly of New Brunswick as Conservative member for Charlotte County in 1861. He resigned in 1864 on being appointed Clerk of the Peace for Charlotte County. He was later appointed Clerk of the County Court, 1867, Clerk of the Circuit Courts, 1873, and County Secretary, 1877.
George Skeffington Grimmer died in St. Stephen on Mar. 1, 1887.
Scope and Content: This is a collection of official appointments received by George Skeffington Grimmer, 1847-1973. They include the authority to perform legal functions such as receiver of bail or notary public, as well as appointment as Clerk of various New Brunswick Courts. Arrangement is chronological.
1847 Oct. 14 George S. Grimmer is duly qualified to act as an Attorney in the County of York. (Signed Ward Chipman) 1847 Oct. 14 Appointment of George S. Grimmer to take and receive all and every such affidavit and affidavits as any person or persons shall be willing to make before you. (Signed Ward Chipman & J. Carter.) 1857 Oct. 20 Appointment of George S. Grimmer as receiver of bails in the County of Charlotte. (Signed J. Carter & N. Parker.) 1861 Mar. 26 Appointment of George S. Grimmer as Adjutant of the Fourth Battalion of Charlotte Co. Militia. (Signed S.L. Tilley.) 1864 Mar. 1 Appointment of George S. Grimmer as Public Notary in the Province of New Brunswick. (Signed S.L. Tilley.) 1864 Apr. 7 Appointment of George S. Grimmer as Clerk of the Peace in the County of Charlotte. (Signed S.L. Tilley.) 1864 Aug. 2 Appointment of George S. Grimmer as Captain of a Company in the Fourth Battalion Charlotte County Militia. (Signed S.L. Tilley.) 1864 Aug. 4 Appointment of George S. Grimmer as Deputy Clerk of the Circuits and Deputy Clerk of the Crown on the Circuits. (Signed John S. Saunders.) 1873 Apr. 2 Appointment of George S. Grimmer as Queen's Counsel.