Collection MS18 - Grimmer Family Papers

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Grimmer Family Papers

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  • Variations in title: At KL, the series was originally named the “Grimmer family fond”

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~1cm of textual and photographic materials

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(1827 - 1974)

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Genealogical chart of descendants of Thomas Grimmer of St. Stephen, NB. The Grimmers were originally a St. Stephen family. The St. Andrews and Chamcook branches are descendants of George Skiffington Grimmer, a grandson of Thomas Grimmer who came as a member of the Port Matoon Association. The papers relate mainly to F. Hazen Grimmer, George S. Grimmer, Frank Howard Grimmer, George Durrell Grimmer, John Davidson Grimmer, J. W. Grimmer, John Grimmer, Thomas Grimmer,

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The Grimmer Family papers were donated at different times beginning in 1968 by Muriel Grimmer. 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 memorial cards for individuals mostly from Bilston and photographs of unknown individuals that belonged to the Grimmer family

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M71.122.1, M71.122.2, M71.122.3, M71.122.4, M71.122.5, M71.122.6, M71.122.7 A-I, M71.122.8.


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