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Property Tax Receipts

  • CA THT IWFFonds-2006.14.03-2006.14.03/31
  • Item
  • 1937-1943
  • Part of Wry Family Fonds

Item includes five tax receipts for 53 Lansdowne St. Original envelope included.

Wood Point Property Tax Receipt

  • CA THT IWFFonds-2006.14.03-2006.14.03/33
  • Item
  • 1939 to 1941
  • Part of Wry Family Fonds

Item includes two tax receipts for the Wood Point property issued by the Municipality of Westmorland, and paid by John Alward.

Property Tax Receipt

Item is a tax receipt for the property in Wood Point owned by John Alward. A small piece of paper explaining the dog tax and the original envelope are included.

Various Bills & Receipts

  • CA THT IWFFonds-2006.14.03-2006.14.03/64
  • Item
  • 1950-1951
  • Part of Wry Family Fonds

Items are a number of receipts with dates falling between 1950 and 1951. Included are the following: a bill for shingling the bungalow at 53 Lansdowne Street; one receipt from the Sackville Cemetery Co.; two receipts from the Moncton Times; one ta...

John & Mabel Alward at Wood Point

Item is a photograph of John and Mabel Alward standing together outside their house in Wood Point, approximately a year after their marriage.

Property Tax Receipt

Item is a receipt from the Town Clerk’s Office, Town of Sackville, NB, for taxes paid by John Alward on 53 Lansdowne Street, re: the estate of Mathilda Wry, one year after her death

John & Mabel Alward with Nieces at Wood Point

Item is a photograph of John and Mabel Alward with their two young nieces, Dorothy and Margaret, beside a well, fed by a spring at the back of the house. It provided water for the animals on the farm, and running water for the house.

Mabel Alward with Nieces Dorothy & Margaret

Item is a photograph of Mabel Alward standing behind her two nieces, Dorothy Saunders and Margaret Siddall. They are in front of a wood pile stacked by John Alward. To the right is a building used to house pigs or hens.

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