Fonds - Roy Douglas Wetmore

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Roy Douglas Wetmore

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  • 1882 - 1972 (Creation)

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1 book; 32x13.5x1 cm
1 book; 35x22x2.5 cm
1 book; 35x22.5x2 cm
1 book; 35x21.5x2 cm

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This fonds contains sales record books from Roy Douglas Wetmore's work as a blacksmith in Kings County.

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  • English

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Biographical Sketch: Roy Douglas Wetmore was born in New Brunswick in 1882, and he lived in Kingston, Kings County until his death in 1972. He married Myrtle Velma Bostwick in 1912 and had three daughters, Velma, Helen, and Donna Wetmore, and one son, Cortland Wetmore. Roy Douglas Wetmore worked as a blacksmith in Kings County.

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Location Identifier: S-1.5

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