19 Archival description results for Sunbury County
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- CA FRM MS126
The series consists of postcards and letters from family, friends and her husband received by Amelia Ward, 1909-1918, plus her birth and death certificate.
Ward, Amelia Sarah
- CA MNBM ID163
This fonds consists of Ann Simonds' correspondence and financial papers and other correspondence among Simonds family members. Included are account books relating to Henry George Simonds, 1831-1848.
- CA FRM MS83
This series consists of McKeen family correspondence and documentation, 1839-1899.
McKeen, Annie C.
- CA MNBM ID1693
This fonds consists of the will of Benjamin Barker, 1800, and 3 deeds for family property in York and Sunbury counties, 1779-1796.
Barker family (Sheffield, Sunbury County)
- CA FRM MS12
This series consists of records on Atherton's business dealings and official duties.
- CA MNBM ID1746
This fonds consists of letters from the Camp family in Lincoln, New Brunswick, to the Buckingham family in Connecticut, 1803-1853. The letters discuss family matters. There are also records of land holdings and other financial documents.
- CA FRM MS110
- 1853 - 1947
Series consists of textual records of the Bunker family.
Bunker family (Rusagonis)
- CA MNBM ID247
This fonds consists of family correspondence, diaries and land records. It includes family correspondence, 1784-1933: the journals of N. Hubbard DeVeber, 1850-1856 and A.W. DeVeber, 1884-1885 and land records from Gagetown, Petersville and other parishes. The treasurer's account book of St. Paul's Church Sunday school, 1888-1892 and records about the estate of Leveritt H. DeVeber, 1880-1895 are also included.
- CA PANB MC509
This fonds consists primarily of the professional business records of barrister, solicitor and civil servant, E. Allison MacKay of Fredericton, New Brunswick. It consists of business correspondence, legal documents, receipts, memoranda, and statements of account. Much of his legal work related to property transactions, the settling of estates (probate), debts, bankruptcy, immigration, and civil suits. A Presbyterian, he accepted several legal cases involving the Presbyterian Church of Canada, notably, Ferguson et al v. McLean et al, a dispute arising in the congregation of St. James Presbyterian Church at Newcastle, N.B. over union with the United Church of Canada.
The fonds also includes correspondence, circulars, minutes of meeting, and notes relating to MacKay's work as secretary of the executive committee of the Children's Aid Society, chaired by W. J. West, that facilitated the placement of evacuated British children in the homes of York and Sunbury County residents during World War Two.
Also included are a few pieces of personal correspondence, as well as documents, correspondence and other material pertaining to his work with, or membership, in the Independent Order of Foresters, the Knights of Pythias, and St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church.
MacKay, E. Allison