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Sarah Burrell

  • CA MNBM ID4786
  • Fonds
  • 1883-1895

This fonds consists of a small leather-bound notebook containing household expenses, servants and nurses' wages, 1883-1895.

Burrell, Sarah Jane (Morris)

Canterbury Women's Institute

  • CA PANB MC196
  • Fonds
  • 1936-1988

This fonds consists of the administrative records of the Canterbury Women's Institute and includes correspondence; minutes of meetings; hospital bed rental records; treasurer's book and other financial records; an annual report for 1964-1965; Branch of Honour scrapbook; notes relating to the founding of the Canterbury branch; and lists of officers, convenors, and programmes.

Women's Institute. Canterbury Women's Institute (York County)

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

Grant diary

  • CA PANB MC285
  • Fonds
  • Transcribed [before 1979]

The Grant diary records the daily activities of the Grant family of Old Ridge, St. Stephen Parish, Charlotte County, New Brunswick, between 29 January 1827 and 30 May 1827. The diarist mentions the wedding of sister Marjory, attending church meetings, work done on the farm, visits to and from family and friends, the weather, and community events.

There is also a brief memo containing genealogical information on the Grant family which was probably compiled by Mr. Maxwell.

Grant, William (family)

Edmund Hillyer Duval family

  • CA PANB MC305
  • Fonds
  • 1848-1909

This fonds consists of personal records of Edmund Hillyer Duval and his children, namely, Marianne Duval, Amelia Duval, and Eliza Lury Duval Burditt and Lury's husband, William F. Burditt. There are also a very few records pertaining to Edmund H. Duval's work as an educator and member of Germain Street Baptist Church.

Edmund Hillyer Duval's records include manuscript copies of letters to various individuals relating to teachers' training (1848-1849); his estate papers; and a certificate of license to preach issued to him from Germain Street Baptist Church. Of particular interest are the materials pertaining to the descendants of Black Loyalists living at Loch Lomond or Willow Grove, near Saint John. These include a draft letter pertaining to the expenditure of funds for "ameliorating the condition" of blacks at Loch Lomond [1868], a memorandum of agreement for the construction of a meeting house at Willow Grove (1878), a brief account of the church's history, and a manuscript copy of a paper read at the opening of Willow Grove Church by Edmund H. Duval (1878).

Lury and William F. Burditt's and Marianne Duval's records each consist of a few pieces of correspondence. Of special interest are Amelia Duval's two dairies containing "scribblings" about her activities and interests. The 1900-[before 1907] volume records information on women's groups in Saint John, particularly the King's Daughters Society that worked with working-class girls and women in the port city.

Lastly, the fonds includes genealogy material on the Duval family, such as biographical notes and newspaper clippings.

Edmund Hillyer Duval family

Fox family

  • CA PANB MC341
  • Collection
  • 1864-1979

This collection consists of a small notebook or diary in which Fannie Fox recorded information about the Fox family's trip by car from Fredericton, New Brunswick to Flanders, Ontario via Montreal, Kingston, Toronto, London, and various points in the states of Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Oregon (1925). There are also genealogical notes on the Fox family, a postcard dated 1920 from Fannie to Stella, and a copy of a 1979 letter from Stella Fox to Heidi Hughes Little pertaining to Tommy Hughes, a child of the Middlemore Home who was adopted by the Brunswick W. Fox family. The letter also refers to Tommy's younger brother Ernest Hughes, who was adopted by a family on the north side of the St. John River opposite Fredericton, and to a third adopted child, Roland Summers.

Lastly, there is a daybook, dating from 1864-1867, which records purchases made at a general mercantile establishment located at Dumfries or Poquiock[Pokiok?], in York County. The name of the proprietor is unknown. The business sold household goods, foodstuffs, clothing, hardware, yard goods, lumber, shingles, and other merchandise. The daybook was used as a scrapbook, probably in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The photographs have been moved to the Photograph Section (P94).

Fox (family)

Raymond Dixon Collection

  • CA THT RDixon
  • Collection
  • 1827-1927

Collection contains five individual photographs and 2 photo albums containing postcards addressed to members of the Dixon family.

Boultenhouse Family Bible

  • CA THT 2007.09.01
  • Item
  • 1841-1925

Item is the family bible which was published in 1841 belonging to the Boultenhouse family. On the first page is written “John E. Boultenhouse” … “From his Mother, who died Jan 5 1868”. In the middle of the volume are four pages labeled “Family Record” with subheadings, “marriages”, “births”, and “deaths”.

Transcription available at Boultenhouse Heritage Centre

W.O. Raymond

  • CA PANB MC369
  • Collection
  • Copied [ca. 1967-1983]

This collection consists of 4 microfilms of W. O. Raymond's scrapbooks containing copies of his writings clipped from newspapers (1884-1916). There is also a photocopy of another 289 page scrapbook created by Raymond from clippings from the Woodstock " Dispatch", 1894-1896 and the Saint John "Telegraph" ca. 1897. The original, which is in the L.P, Fisher Public Library in Woodstock, had become fragile and difficult to read. R.W. Hales made a photocopy and reproduced the most illegible clippings, adding an index and table of contents.

Also included is a photocopy of a two volume genealogy of the Raymond family, compiled by Raymond and including information on the Carman, Moore, Hallet, Lamb, Horsfeld Beardsley, Dibblee, Barlow and Jarvis families.

Raymond, William Odber

Graham family

  • CA PANB MC391
  • Collection
  • 1834-1938

This collection contains a very small number of letters, accounts, receipts, and legal documents pertaining primarily to the James Jardine and Simon Graham familes of Kent County. Of particular interest are a copy of Simon Graham's protest sworn before the His Majesty's Vice-Consul in Lima and Callas (1834) regarding the imprisonment and return of sailors; a Russian-Japanese War map; James Gordon's certificate of competency as master in the merchant service (1869), and an accepting offer signed by James Jardine for the conveyance of Her Majesty's Mails between Kingston [now known as Rexton], Jardineville, and Richibucto Village (1899). There are also a few deeds relating to Mazy Plume.

Graham (family)

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