Item - Holy Bible of Emma Maria Carter

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Holy Bible of Emma Maria Carter

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  • 1854 (Creation)
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    Kings County

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1 book; 15x9.5x3.8 cm

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Custodial history

This item was owned by Charlotte and Alice Pitt before they gifted it to the John Fisher Memorial Museum in 2016.

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A Christian bible, containing the new and old testaments, belonging to Emma Maria Carter. The bible was gifted to Carter by her godmother, Harriet Susannah Cox.

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This item is in good condition.

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  • English

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Biographical Sketch: Emma Maria Carter was born in England in 1845. She moved to New Brunswick with her family, and she lived in Westfield, Kings County, where she took David Coombes as her husband in 1873.

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