Collection MS75 - Connie Totten Fond

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Connie Totten Fond

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  • 1919-1961 (Creation)
    Connie Parlee

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Connie Parlee is the wife of the late Lloyd Totten. They married on Feb. 12, 1944. Lloyd’s parents were Thomas Totten and Gladys Stinson who married on July 10, 1918.Thomas Totten’s parents were George H. Totten (1869-1950) and Hannah M. Burchill. Gladys’ parents were William Stinson and Sarah Taylor. George Totten’s parents were Joseph Totten, born in Ireland, and Sarah Tait (Tate) also born in Ireland. They married on Dec. 7, 1848, in Saint John. Connie Parlee’s parents were Gordon Parlee (b. 1892) and Agnes Ingraham. They married May 31, 1916. Gordon Parlee’s parents were Arthur Samuel Parlee (1868-1952) and Maude Abbie Benson (1868-1943) who lived at 149 Princess Street Saint John. Agnes Ingraham’s parents were Hugh Patrick Ingraham (d. 1929) and Amanda Smith (d. 1938 at age 73 years). Amanda Smith’s parents were Capt. J. F. Smith and Eleanor Wayman. Arthur Samuel Parlee’s parents were George Parlee and Eunice Foster. Maude Abbie benson’s parents were James Benson and Abigail Griffon.

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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 music scores.

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