Fonds MS95 - Dorothy Robson fond

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Dorothy Robson fond

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  • 1863-1910 (Creation)
    Robson family

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4 cm

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William Robson married Albertha Titus [daughter of John] in 1880. The had the following children; Florence Dorothy Robson [1889-197?], James Stephen [1893-1894] and Georgia Beulah [1901-].

The Robson family were in New Brunswick from England by the early 1800s.

John Robson was a merchant operating the company Salter and Robson in Northumberland County while other members of the same family settled in the centre of Saint John where they lived on Orange Street and in Carleton. They owned a summer home in Westfield, Kings County, New Brunswick. Dorothy Robson was born on May 4, 1889, her father was William Robson, an engineer working in Saint John. Miss Robson died in the 1970s at a very advanced age.

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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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This fond consist of music books and sheets, published and hand written

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