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Kingston scrapbook

  • CA PANB MC247
  • Fonds
  • Photocopied 1980

The scrapbook contains newspaper clippings from local papers about local events. Many record Scribner family events, weddings, awards and births. Others include stories about ferries on the St. John River, murder, and other historical events in the Kingston, Kings County area.

Scribner, Harold

Albion Steam Works

  • CA PANB MC248
  • Fonds
  • 1836-1839

This fonds consists of financial records for Albion Steam Works, dating from 1836 to 1839. They offer a window into the social life and economy of early 19th century Fredericton and area, recording the names of customers (residents) and occasionally their occupations (i.e., merchant, contractor, mason, innkeeper, miller, blacksmith, servant) and places of residence (i.e., Fredericton, Saint John, Woodstock, Stanley, Boiestown, St. Marys, Douglas, Nashwaak, Royal Road, Campbell), along with the foodstuffs, services, building supplies, and household goods they purchased. A number of customers were employees of Albion Steam Works.

There are 4 ledgers, one dating from 1836 to 1839, the second, from 1836-1839, the third, from 1837 to 1838, and the fourth from 1838 to 1839. There is also a day book, dating from 1837 to 1838. The 1836-1839 ledger (MS1A) contains both customer accounts and day book entries. Included among the customer accounts are a number pertaining to individuals and companies who were living in or working to establish the newly-created village of Stanley, most notably Commissioners E. N. Kendall and Richard Hayne and the New Brunswick and Nova Scotia Land Company. The 1836-1839 ledger (MS1B) appears to be a continuation of first (MS1A) and likewise contains the names of customers, sometimes their places of residence and occupations, services performed, items purchased, amounts charged, and sums paid (cash, kind, and labour).

The 1837-1838 ledger includes both cash book entries and individual accounts, and the 1838-1839 ledger contains individual accounts. The cash book entries record monies and goods received and expended; the day book entries identify the items purchased and names of customers; and the account book entries record the names of customers, the items purchased, the amounts charged, and the payments received, either in cash, kind, or labour.

Albion Steam Works (Nashwaaksis, N.B.)

Saint John almshouse

  • CA PANB MC249
  • Fonds
  • 1853-1965

The collection consists of administrative records of the Saint John almshouse, almost all from after 1920. It includes minutes, correspondence, financial records, employment records and records related to the Home as a trustee of the pensioners in its care.

The earlier records include alphabetical admittance registers, 1853-1961; chronologically arranged admittance registers, with remarks about the patient's character and condition, and date and reason for leaving, if any, 1885-1925; register of applications for assistance made to the Almshouse Office at Water Street which gives case history and record of action taken,1901-1921; and alphabetical files on persons admitted to the home between 1900 and 1963, which may include biographical sketches, dates of admittance, major physical disabilities, age, religion, death dates, and sometimes a photograph. There is also material relating to illegitimate children, their mothers and adoption.

Saint John almshouse (Saint John, N.B.)

Intercolonial Railway

  • CA PANB MC250
  • 1881-1920, predominant 1881-1901

This fonds consists almost entirely of traffic department shipping receipts and waybills from the railway station at Saint John, 1881-1901. There is also a photocopy of the Intercolonial and Prince Edward Island Railway: Rules, Regulations and Rates of Pay, 1913. A ledger from the Canadian Eastern Railway contains a copy of the waybills for goods sent from various stations between Fredericton and the Miramichi. It records the station, sender, consignee and the nature of the goods, 1902-1904. An Intercolonial Railway log book records the arrival of trains at Marysville station, giving the number of the train, its direction, time of arrival and name of the conductor from 1915-1916. There are also two Sussex station books from 1904-1909. There is also a folder of routine administrative correspondence.

Intercolonial Railway Company

T. McAvity & Sons Limited

  • CA PANB MC252
  • Fonds
  • 1879-1961

This fonds consists of the administrative and financial records of T. McAvity & Sons Limited, dating from 1879 when the firm was reorganized after the Great Fire. It includes minutes of directors and shareholders meetings, general ledgers, statements of profit and loss, records of mortgages and bonds, records of sales, travellers' accounts, inventories, machine tool pattern books, appraisals, stock certificates, and dividend books.

In addition, there are unemployment insurance and workmen's compensation records, statistical reports, correspondence and government reports (some relating to the Second World War years), and a typescript copy of the history of the firm. A few newspaper clippings and several photographs are also included.

T. McAvity & Sons (Saint John, N.B.)

Story of Joseph Stan Arsenault (Willie Hatkins) / by Joseph Stan Arsenault

  • CA PANB MC261
  • Fonds
  • Photocopied after 1953

The autobiographical story of Joseph Stanislaus Arsenault (a.k.a.) Willie Hatkins is told in a series of vignettes of life in rural New Brunswick and Gaspé that covers the years 1907 to 1934. The adoption of a unilingual English-speaking, probably Protestant, boy by a French-speaking Catholic family posed a unique set of psychological, theological and educational problems. His story also provides insights into the lumbering and farming industries, as well as, into the key role religion played in residents' lives.

There are also newspaper clippings from "Ma Gaspesie," published in Shawinigan Falls, Québec, 28 October 1953, entitled "Stan perdue, Willie retrouve". These clippings were originally pasted over the notebook containing the Willie Hatkins story (MS1). Also included is a biographical sketch of Edmond Plourde, a missionary colonizer, who was instrumental in settling aspiring farmers on the land around St. Elzéar.

Arsenault, Joseph Stanislaus

Florence C. Estabrooks

  • CA PANB MC264
  • Fonds
  • Transcribed and photocopied 1960-1966

This collection consists of two items: a 210-page, bound typescript copy of Florence Estabrooks', "The Genealogy of the Anglo-Dutch Estabrooks Family of New Brunswick," ca. 1960-1962 which includes handwritten additions and attachments; and a photocopy of the "Journal of Elijah Estabrooks, 1758-1760" from the Estabrooks-Palmer collection. The latter document was obtained during the course of her research.

Estabrooks, Florence Cecelia

Madawaska buildings project

  • CA PANB MC268
  • Fonds
  • 1974

This fonds consists of 26 separate studies of buildings located in the communities of Saint-Joseph-de-Madawaska, Connors, Clair, Saint-Basile, Saint-Hilaire, Sainte-Anne-de-Madawaska, Edmundston, Saint-Jacques, Grand Sault, Saint-Francois, Baker Book, Caron Brook, Lac-Baker and Rivière-Verte in Madawaska County, New Brunswick.

The files are organized by the popular name of the building, specifically the name of its owner. A few buildings are identified by the name of the original owner. In some instances, genealogical information about the owners is included.

Madawaska buildings project (Madawaska County, N.B.)

New Brunswick Library Association

  • CA PANB MC274
  • Fonds
  • 1951-1959

This fonds consists of the administrative records of the New Brunswick Library Association. It contains correspondence, minutes of meetings, membership lists, conference agendas, presidents' reports, account books, receipt books, bank records, and vouchers. Also included are copies of the NBLA newsletter and a copy of the NBLA constitution.

New Brunswick Library Association

John Mann family genealogy

  • CA PANB MC275
  • Collection
  • 1823-1979

This collection consists primarily of transcriptions of letters written by John Mann to members of his family living in Scotland. A few original letters are also included. The correspondence offers accounts of members of the Mann family and their life in New Brunswick. There are also an original poem composed by John Mann in 1877, genealogical notes prepared by his descendants, and a single piece of correspondence pertaining to the compiling of this collection.

Mann, John (family)

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