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Diary of William Grant

  • CA PANB MC285
  • Fonds
  • 1827

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 family (Descendants of William and Catherine Grant)

Rosetta Hughes estate

  • CA PANB MC283
  • Fonds
  • 1833, 1837-1838

There are three wills created by Rosetta Hughes that offer details of her bequests and the extent of her estate.

Hughes, Rosetta

Marriage register

  • CA PHI 7-B-12
  • Pièce
  • Jan 1, 1822 -- Jan 10, 1839
  • Fait partie de Gorham family

This item is a list of the marriages in Kings County between the dates above.

Brill family

  • CA MNBM ID1726
  • Fonds
  • 1795-1844

This fonds consists of family records including David Brill's appointment as captain in Queen's County militia, 1795, and returns of his company, 1801. There also the wills of David Brill, 1825, and Stephen Thomas, 1826. Deeds for sale of property between family members, 1806 and 1844 are also included.

Brill family (Grand Lake)

Abigail Chipman Ryerson

  • CA MNBM ID50
  • Fonds
  • 1847

The fonds consist of a typescript copy of the diary kept by Abigail Chipman Ryerson, wife of Captain John K. Ryerson, during a voyage by sailing ship from Saint John, New Brunswick, to Greenock, Scotland, and back. The voyage began on 27 August and the last entry in the diary was made on 19 December 1847 at Brier Island where the vessel was stayed by a snowstorm.

The diary includes descriptions of everyday life on a ship from a female point of view, including such activities as quilting, sewing, knitting, and cooking. She also mentions Partridge Island, noting the recent arrivals of Irish immigrants there. There is a description of an encounter 24 November 1847 with the abandoned and waterlogged remains of the "Cumbria of Gloucester", located at latitude 50, longitude 40.

Ryerson, Abigail Chipman (née Shaw)

View of Sackville

Item is a bird’s eye photograph overlooking the town of Sackville, NB taken from the roof of the current (2009) Marshland’s Inn.

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