Fonds ID158 - Harding family

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Harding family

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CA MNBM ID158

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  • 1775-1909 (Creation)
    Creator
    Harding (family)

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3 cm of textual records
1 graphic

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(Branch begins in 1745)

Biographical history

It is believed that William Harding (1745-1818) was born in England and emigrated to New York, but actually he may have been born in New York according to a genealogical source on the internet (www.familysearch.com). He came to Saint John, New Brunswick, in 1783 as a Loyalist. He married Sarah Gillies (1747-1825). Their children were: William Jr.; Elizabeth; Mary H.; George, born in Newburg, New York, in 1779; Thomas, born in Saint John in 1786; and John.

Source:
Biographical Review, Province of New Brunswick, 1900

Custodial history

Information about the custody of these records prior to acquisition is incomplete.

Scope and content

This fonds includes personal correspondence of the Harding and Reed family, 1805-1849; wills and deeds primarily in Maugerville parish, 1775-1909; accounts and receipts of Capt. Jonathan Harding , 1793-1843; and receipts and accounts of other Harding family members, 1845-1849. There are also notes about the Reed and Harding families and a silhouette labelled Catherine Reed.

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Acquired from Mrs. John S. Harding (Fredericton), 1958

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  • English

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S 32 - 8

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