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Colter family

  • CA PANB MC66
  • Fonds
  • 1829-1916, predominant, 1871-1916

The fonds contains primarily the business records of Alexander Colter and his son, George Colter. There are bonds received and issued, mortgages, election clippings, bank balances, commercial and legal records, and personal letters, including a few from George's son, Ashley. There are some small notebooks containing miscellaneous accounts, a surveyor's notes and diary entries. There is also a set of McKillop's "Commercial and Legal Record," a circular published weekly in Saint John from 1894-1896. An account book for an unknown business concern, probably a sawmill, dated 1829-1845, is also included.

Colter (family)

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

Burpee Family Papers

  • CA FRM MC300-MS5
  • Fonds
  • 1814 - 1949

The Burpee Papers, which date from 1814 to 1949, are largely made up of Charles Burpee's correspondence in which political discussions play a major role. A great deal of information on Sunbury County matters and personalities can also be found in the letters. Material, which is not correspondence, is found at the end of the collection, and includes legal papers, notes for speeches, and general information on the Burpee family.

Burpee, Charles Sidney

The Border and Westmorland and Cumberland Advertiser 1870

  • CA THT 2012.6.1
  • Item
  • 24 March 1870

Item is a copy of The Border and Westmorland and Cumberland advertiser (vol. XIV) which included advertisements, and news regarding local agriculture, commercial intelligence, politics, education, religion and literature.

Lord Byng Memorial Park Photograph

  • CA THT 2010.4.8
  • Item
  • [1921-1926]

Item is a framed photograph of a visit to Sackville by Governor General Julian Byng and his wife, to the Memorial Park near St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church on Bridge St.

Mercy Anne Coles

  • CA MNBM ID1782
  • Fonds
  • Copied [after 1900], (originally created [1864])

The fonds consists of a typescript copy of the diary kept by Mercy Anne Coles during the trip to the Quebec City Conference in 1864 with her parents. It describes the many activities scheduled for relatives of the delegates such as daily sightseeing tours around Quebec City and the dinners and balls held in the evenings. There are many prominent politicians named in her diary: D'Arcy McGee, William McDougall, Alexander Campbell, Alexander Galt, George Etienne Cartier (Mercy referred to him as Mr. Carter), John A. MacDonald, Leonard Tilley and Louis Riel. She refers to some of them by first name. The daily entries describe travelling from Charlottetown by boat to Shediac, N.B., then by train through the United States to Quebec City and leaving Quebec City by boat to Niagara Falls en route to Buffalo, New York then travelling to Ohio.

Coles, Mercy Anne

Order in council approving civil constitution of New Brunswick

  • CA PANB MC327
  • Fonds
  • Photographed 1978

This document is a photographic copy of an order-in-council, putting into force the report of the Lords of the committee for Trade and Foreign Plantations. The committee had laid out the boundaries of the new province, established the form of government and proposed estimates for payment of the officials. The report covers both the new province of New Brunswick and Cape Breton Island.

New Brunswick. House of Assembly. Civil Constitution (1784).

Robert Pichette

  • CA PANB MC70
  • Fonds
  • 1962-1970

The fonds consists of incoming and outgoing correspondence with various individuals including Louis J. Robichaud and Robert Stanfield, reports, briefs, memoranda, invitations to events, receipts, pamphlets, brochures, and booklets.

It also includes newspaper articles by Robert Pichette, information pertaining to the Liberal Party policy platform (1970), speech notes, and biographical information on Robert Pichette, Patricia Ruth Robert-Pichette, and other individuals.

It also includes files relating to the attempt to establish a new French Language Daily (L'Acadie Nouvelle) and two flags, the 1964 standard from the Premier's car and a sample of a flag for the Republic of Madawaska (République du Madawaska)

Pichette, Robert

William J. West

  • CA PANB MC72
  • Fonds
  • 1950-1982

This fonds documents William J. West's career as a Judge of the Supreme Court of New Brunswick. It consists of more than 400 individual case files containing correspondence, judgments, notes, briefs, and other legal documents. The fonds also includes miscellaneous legal correspondence (1952-1967), lists of barristers, and dockets, as well as correspondence, speeches, and newspaper clippings relating to his political career.

Lastly, the fonds contains personal correspondence, personal legal records, genealogical notes on the West family, a transcript of an interview with William West, invitations to social functions, family photographs, newspaper clippings, and materials pertaining to riverboats and steamships on the St. John River.

West, William John

Odell family

  • CA MNBM ID3735
  • Fonds
  • 1732-1935

This fonds consists of family and business correspondence, estate records, property deeds and other records. The records of Jonathan Odell include his poetry and literary correspondence, his sermons, general correspondence and accounts. There are also records of his church appointments and some notebooks.

The records of William F. Odell include his correspondence, appointments, some surveyors' notebooks and his accounts. Records of William H. Odell also include correspondence, appointments and accounts. There are also records of Benjamin Kent, the Hailes family, Elizabeth Baillie, Samuel Cooke, James Hunter, William Botsford, Alexander Ross and Hugh Johnston.

There are family deeds and grants and other records of property belonging to or managed by the family including property in Nova Scotia, the College lands (reserved for the building of the King's College, which became University of New Brunswick), Rookwood and the Hermitage. There is correspondence with the Fredericton Parks Association, 1886-1921 about setting up a public park (Odell Park) on land formerly owned by the family and records of properties owned by Jonathan Bliss.

Odell (family)

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