Fonds MS8 - Stephen Glasier Papers

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Stephen Glasier Papers

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  • 1844 - 1861 (Creation)
    Glasier, Stephen

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Stephen Glasier was the son of Lieutenant Benjamin Glasier and Mary (nee Baskey), Loyalists who came to New Brunswick in 1782 and settled at Lincoln in Sunbury County. Stephen and his brothers, John and Duncan, were instrumental in establishing the lumbering business on the St. John River. Stephen Glasier died on May 2, 1861, and is buried in the family cemetery in Sunbury County.

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The fonds consists of the personal papers of Stephen Glasier. This series contains only four items but they all refer to the development of the lumber trade on the River.

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Provincial Archives of New Brunswick

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MC300 York-Sunbury Historical Society Limited

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Additional Glasier documents are in MC30 and MC38.

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