Collection MS65 - Adelia Dore Collection

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Adelia Dore Collection

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  • Variations in title: At KL, the series was originally named the “Adelia Dore fond”.

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CA KL MS65

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(1884-1969)

Biographical history

Adelia Jane Dore, 1884-1969, was the spinster daughter of Richard [1841-1900] and Jerusha [sometimes called Jane 1843-1929] Dore. Richard Dorewas born in Wiltshire. Adelia had one sister Alice [1886-1947] Jerusha was the daughter of Henry Farnham [1800? 1811-1875] and Mary Lenetine [-1890] Richard was the son of Richard [1808-] and Jane [1810-]. Richard Junior had four siblings, John, Alice, Jane [1843-1893] and Mary. The Richard and Jerusha Dore family lived in Southampton

Custodial history

It was sent to the Provincial Archives in 2016, where it was processed as part of the Kings Landing Collection (MC4120)

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Series consists of advertisements for local companies.

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