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Dunham and McDougall family

  • CA PANB MC167
  • Collection
  • 1838-1977

This collection documents the business and personal activities of members of the Dunham and McDougall families, particularly David E. Dunham. It includes Samuel Dunham's book of timber surveys (1846-1849) in the parish of Hampstead and shoemaker Jonathan McDougall's cash book (1850-1853) and ledger (1851-1859) reflecting the trade conducted in his shops at Port Hope and Wickham.

There are also architect David E. Dunham's account books, order books, and cash accounts (1872-1883); an office diary kept by one of his draftsmen, possibly Arthur Anderson; advertisements for Dunham's firm, giving qualifications and a partial list of buildings designed by him; several architectural plans for and photographs of his buildings; and accounts for private buildings.

Lastly, the fonds contains 7 school exercise or copybooks (1844-1861) belonging to David Elson Dunham, Mary Ann McDougall, James Norman McDougall, or Jessie McDougall; a story by Mary Ann McDougall (1860); family photographs of the Dunhams and McDougalls; family history notes compiled by Mrs. J. S. Vanderploeg; and a typed transcript of a letter from schoolmaster John C. Thompson of Stanley to Jonathan McDougall of Gagetown (1838).

Dunham, McDougall (family)

Charles MacDonald genealogical

  • CA PANB MC191
  • Collection
  • Photocopied [ca. 1992-1997]

This collection consists of materials compiled and prepared by Charles MacDonald during the course of his research. It includes notes, pedigree charts, newspaper clippings, copies of letters and land petitions, and portrait photographs and sketches of family members. The families represented in this collection are MacDonald, Keirstead, Delong, Beebe, Shearer, Mann, and Erb.

MacDonald, Charles

Kathleen Willis Williston

  • CA PANB MC216
  • Collection
  • 1813-1948

This collection consists mainly of research notes and writings by Kathleen Williston and others. Her research notes reveal her particular interest in the early history of the Miramichi and surrounding area and its people, the Acadians and First Nations. The remainder of the collection consists of copies of records (with some originals) collected by Mrs. Williston from many sources, several of them relating to the Anglican Church. There are also some originals of early printed publications about the Church.

Williston, Kathleen Willis

Federal electoral lists

  • CA PANB MC357
  • Collection
  • 1958

This collection consists of printed preliminary lists of eligible voters for the 1958 federal election for polling stations 1 to 32 in Fredericton, New Brunswick and for polling stations 33 to 109 in the electoral district of York-Sunbury.

Also included are printed preliminary lists of eligible voters for the rural districts of Northumberland-Miramichi, Hardwicke, Kent County, and Royal, as well as for Newcastle and Chatham in Northumberland County.

Canada. Elections Canada. Federal electorial lists

Robert Stuart Collection

  • CA PANB MC3520
  • Collection
  • 1951

This collection consists of items relating to the Royal Visit of Princess Elizabeth (now Queen Elizabeth II) and the Duke of Edinburgh, to New Brunswick, in November 1951. These include an invitation to a luncheon at the Lord Beaverbrook Hotel, in Fredericton, in Honour of Her Royal Highness The Princess Elizabeth and His Royal Highness, The Duke of Edinburgh, November 6, 1951; two tickets to the luncheon; two place cards; and the dinner menu.

There is also an invitation from the Minister of Resources and Development and the chairman and members of the National Film Board, to the premiere of the film, "Royal Journey", the official film record of the Canadian tour of Their Royal Highnesses, The Princess Elizabeth and The Duke of Edinburgh to be shown at the Gaiety Theatre, in Fredericton, on December 23 [1951]. The premiere showing was under the distinguished patronage of His Hon. the Lieutnant Governor of New Brunswick and Mrs. MacLaren.

Stuart, Robert

Moncton Museum military collection

  • CA PANB MC621
  • Collection
  • 1909-1978

This collection is a combination of material from both World War I and World War II. Included is Major T. Hatfield O'Brien's war diary or journal, written while he was a member of the 19th Battery, Canadian Field Artillery Brigade, in 1916; a large "Moncton at War" clippings collection, 1942-1946; articles on Vimy Ridge (MS4), written between 1924 and 1936; and newsclippings (dating to 1978-1979) on the post-World War I influenza epidemic (1918-1919). This collection also contains an Honour Roll from the Korean War (MS14B).

Moncton Civic Museum

North Shore (N.B.) Regiment collection

  • CA PANB MC2134
  • Collection
  • 1945?-1991?

Collection includes copies of correspondence, photocopies of names of the men who returned, and of some who died in the conflict. Also an excerpt from the history of the North Shore Regiment including, "The Young Madmen at Zutphen" and a map of Zutphen.

Johnson, Dirkje

William Woodbridge Hubbard

  • CA PANB MC16
  • Collection
  • 1955

This collection consists of a typescript memoir entitled "Life and times in New Brunswick 1866 to 1945," which is a candid account of most aspects of William Hubbard's life and includes a vivid picture of activities on the St. John River in the 1870s and 1880s. There are also extracts from the memoirs of W. W. Hubbard selected by Fred Phillips for a series of articles in "The Daily Gleaner" (Fredericton) and dated December 1955.

Hubbard, William Woodbridge

J. & S. Glasier Company

  • CA PANB MC38
  • Collection
  • 15 December 1837, 29 September 1859

This fonds consists of 2 letters: (1) Robert Rankin of Saint John to John Glasier concerning wood operations and prices, 15 December 1837 and (2) Charles Dawson of Little Falls to J. & S. Glasier, 28 September 1858.

J. & S. Glasier Company

Pickett family

  • CA PANB MC51
  • Collection
  • Microfilmed 1980

This collection consists of the family and business records of the Pickett family. It includes records of the county treasurer of Kings County from 1792 to 1860, records of David Pickett, Sr. as justice of the peace, 1804-1822, and records of Trinity Church, Kingston, for scattered dates between 1807 and 1899.

The diaries of Justus Pickett, 1854-1914, contain mainly financial records, some dealing with the family sawmill. There are also accounts for the fulling mills, both in Canada and the United States, 1770-1838. The family papers include correspondence, legal documents and land records. A service register for St. Paul's Anglican Church, Oak Point, New Brunswick for 1886-1895 is also included.

A collection of ships logs and other papers belonging to George H. Burpee and his family includes logs for the "S.S. Prince Arthur," "S.S. David Weston," "S.S. Majestic," "S.S. Pokanoket," the "Ada G." and "Champion" for dates between 1891 and 1913. There are also a number of photographs of steam vessels on the St. John River.

Pickett, David (family)

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