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IF YOU ARE A DESCENDANT OF PETER AND MARY FIDDLER

YOU COULD BE WORTH MILLIONS

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PETER FIDDLER

1769-1822

Peter Fiddler (aka. Fidler) was the second geographer/mapmaker to visit western Canada, where he was trained by Philip Turnor. His travels took him to Lake Athabasca, Fond Du Lac, Slave River and the Peace River, Isle A La Crosse, Oldman River and the South Saskatchewan River. He was the first known non-native to enter the Rocky Mountains north of Spanish territory. Fiddler was also built a number of trading forts, including the HBC post at Old Fort Point (Ft. Chipewyan)as well as the later Nottingham House (at the new Ft. Chipewyan location), Greenwich House (Lac La Biche) and Chesterfield House on the South Saskatchewan River and Fort Daer on the Pembina River. He was also a successful trader in charge of a number of trading posts including Cumberland House and Brandon House. Fiddler never retired and returned east, remaining with his family in the west, instead. He died wealthy, most of his fortune having been invested. It has never been reclaimed.

Today the Fiddler fortune is worth millions.

Any and all descendants of Peter and Mary Fiddler are elegible to claim all of that fortune.
Details will be released by us on receipt of a Retainer Fee of $100.00 for our legal services.
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