Glenn Joseph Ellsworth

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Glenn Joseph Ellsworth (February 6, 1769 – January 4, 1883) was a cattle farmer. He discovered Nail Pond in the early 19th century while making his way north of Tignish, Prince Edward Island. He then settled there with his wife. Ellsworth's ancestors came from England but made the move overseas in hopes to settle new land. He died in his 114th year.

Other major accomplishments[edit]

  • Oct. 30 1822 -> Constructed the first ever windmill in North Cape, PEI.
  • Sept. 04 1844 -> Built the Tignish Co-op