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"Daily Strength" Booklet

  • CA THT 2009.14.3
  • Item
  • Unknown

Item is a green booklet with the title "Daily Strength" used for religious distribution. Printed by Scripture Gift Mission, London UK.

Family Bible

  • CA THT 2009.14.1
  • Item
  • Unknown

Item is a black-fabric family bible used for personal reflection and prayer.

Wry Family Bible

  • CA THT 2009.5.1
  • Item
  • 9 January 1882

Item is a black leather 19th century bible used by the Wry family. Printed by Glasgow William Collins, Sons & Co.

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.

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

Craise family

  • CA MtA 135
  • Fonds
  • 1888-1994

Fonds consists of four series comprised of records created and collected by family members documenting their involvement with the Presbyterian Church in general, St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Sackville, New Brunswick, in particular, and many volunteer organizations. Records included in series were mainly generated by Jeesie Elizabeth Craise's work as an active member of many Presbyterian Church organizations such as the Woman's Missionary Society, Ladies' Aid, Sunday School, Mission Band, many at local, regional and national levels and some records of work with UNICEF, Canadian Bible Society, and Red Cross.

The series include: Rev. Alexander Craise series consists of sermons, correspondence, some records related to churches in which he served; Jessie Elizabeth Craise series, 1915-1994, containing correspondence, certificates, awards, financial papers, and records of her project to document the history of Presbyterian Churches in the Atlantic region; and, M. Helen Craise Beale series, 1963-1994, consists of certificates, awards, correspondence and writings related to her father and the history of St. Andrew's, Sackville.

Craise (family)