Fonds MS112 - George A. Burkhardt

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George A. Burkhardt

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  • 1870 - 1885 (Creation)
    Burkhardt, George Albert

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George A. Burkhardt was the son of Michael and Caroline. He was born on 21 November 1856 in Roxbury, Massachusetts and married Elizabeth Dorothy Whitehead (1856-1938) in Fredericton on 13 June 1887. Elizabeth Dorothy Burkhardt was the daughter of Alfred Whitehead and Eleanor Jane Ebbetts. She and her husband, George, and her sister Alfaretta Whitehead went to Coronado, California to live. George Albert Burkhardt was the son of Michael and Caroline Burkhardt. He was a photographer with his own studio in Fredericton. In 1913, They owned 3 houses in Corondo. They lived at 918 B Ave.. The other houses were at 461 A Ave., and 877 C Ave. There were no children. George died on 16 April 1941 and Dorothy on 29 June 1938. Both are buried in California.

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Series consists of photographs.

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The collection was compiled from several donations between 1970 and 2008 (FRM acc 1970.34.1 from Miss Francis S. Hattie, 2008.1.74, 2008.1.145, 1985.374.1, P1985.52.1, P1985.64.1, 1998.23.9.12t and P1985.487.1).


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Provincial Archives of New Brunswick

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MC300 York-Sunbury Historical Society Collection

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