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McLauchlan family

  • CA PANB MC333
  • Fonds
  • 1835-1942

This fonds documents the business activities of the McLauchlan family as well as the military career of Charles Guy McLaughlan. A few personal family records are included. Business records include a cash book for Jones & McLauchlan (1877-1879), as well as financial records of The John McLauchlan Co., Ltd., including 2 letterbooks (1910-1912), a cash journal (1912-1914), a day book (1931-1932), and 2 account ledgers (1910-1932). The ledgers record names of customers, their place of residence and occupation, items purchased, amount charged, and method of payment (cash or labour).

Other business records include a rent book (1928-1942) and advertisements for the McLaughlan store. Several school exercise books containing bookkeeping exercises completed by Douglas McLaughlan and Harry McLauchlan are also included. C. Guy McLaughlan's military records include letters and official communiqués from the Canadian armed forces during the First and Second World Wars. There are also papers and notes from the military hearings and courts martial that McLauchlan was a part of during the inter-war years, as well as reports, receipts, expense forms, periodicals, the Woodstock Cadets nominal role for candidates for officers' school, and a printed nominal roll of officers, non-commissioned officers and men of the 64th Battalion of the C.E.F. issued in 1915. There is also a nominal register for "C" Company No. 12 1/2 Platoon under Lieutenant H. A. McCleave that gives names of individuals, their rank, number, date of enrolment, martial status, religion, place of residence, and section (1915).

Military financial records include a cash book for "A" Company Composite Battalion (1914-1915) and a cash book for "A" Company 67th Regiment, Composite Regiment (1914-1915). Printed booklets include, "Comrades to Canadian Boys" by Major Wallace Forgie of the Military Service Department Canadian Y.M.C.A; "Information for Wives of Soldiers Coming From Overseas" [1945]; and "Two Thousand Officers and Men of the 64th Battalion C.E.F., Sussex, N.B." (1915). Personal records include correspondence between C. Guy McLauchlan and his friends and family; original deeds, correspondence, and genealogical information relating to Elsie Everett McLauchlan's relatives and ancestors with the surnames Lowe, Rickerson, Ricketson, Rickelson, Gilbert, and Case (1835-1927); and a few certificates and mementos pertaining to Anna Marguerite McLauchlan, Douglas McLauchlan, and Annie McGuire McLauchlan.

McLaughlin family

Bishop Charles Inglis and Bishop John Inglis family

  • CA PANB MC58
  • Collection
  • Microfilmed and photocopied [ca. 1966]

This collection consists of one bound volume of copies and microfilms. It contains the correspondence of Charles Inglis and John Inglis with their superiors in England and their missionaries (Anglican) in the field. There are also extracts from each man's journals. The bound volume includes an introduction probably written by W. O. Raymond.

Inglis family

Harris Hatch land grant

  • CA CCA MC613
  • Item
  • 1818

This collection consists of a Crown land grant (1818) given to Harris Hatch for property on the Digedeguash River. Wax seal attached.

Hatch, Harris

Anderson family

  • CA MtA 160
  • Fonds
  • [179?]-1970

None as of yet

Anderson family (descandants of Thomas Sr.)

Leonard Allison

  • CA MNBM ID690
  • Collection
  • c. 1900

This fonds contains extensive information on Kings County and the genealogy of that county which includes family trees, newspaper clippings and interview transcripts. Included are interviews with Sir Leonard Tilley, who discussed election campaigns with Mr. Allison. The fonds also includes information concerning the Indian College at Sussex and early architecture and buildings of Kings County.

Allison, Leonard A.

Survey of underwater historic resources

  • CA MNBM ID458
  • Fonds
  • 1973-1976

The fonds consists of maps, monthly reports for the survey of underwater historical resources and various reports relating to the survey. There are monthly reports, 1974-1976 and some photocopies of monthly reports from 1973. The reports describe methods and list publications and institutions consulted. Some include drawings of artifacts and the January and February 1976 reports include colour photographs and descriptions of china from the wreck of barque "Wallace" lost in 1841 and another vessel, possibly "Duke of Kent" wrecked near the Dixon Rocks in the Murr Ledges, Grand Manan Island, N.B. The June 1975 report includes underwater colour photos of "Wallace", "Mavourneen" and "Hestia" wreckage sites.

There are maps prepared by Eric Allaby. One titled "Some vessels wrecked around the coast of New Brunswick" pinpoints the exact locations ships went down mostly off the southwest coast. The names and types of the ships are included in a key with the date they were wrecked. There are ships as early as "Le Machault" in 1760 and as recent as the schooner "Kings County" in 1936. Other maps and diagrams include wreckage layout of the "S.S. Hestia", elevation of the brig "Glide", wreck layouts of the barque "Mavourneen" and the vessel "Britannia" and site assembly and elevation of the "Pocosi".

A report of a seminar to discuss the survey, held on Grand Manan on 10-15 June 1974 is included. There is also a copy of "The Role of Canadian Conservation in Underwater Heritage", 4 April 1975, a presentation to the Advisory Board for the Atlantic Region, Canadian Conservation Institute on the need to conserve New Brunswick shipwrecks. It includes diagrams and maps about the wreck of "Glide".

Allaby, Eric

Gordie Drillon Collection

  • CA NBSHF P.H.F.1984.3
  • Collection

1930s-1980s, photographs, newspaper articles and editorial cartoons on Gordie Drillon's hockey career.

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