Woodstock

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  • Located at the confluence of the Meduxnekeag River and the St. John River in Woodstock Parish, Carleton County

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Woodstock

Woodstock

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Woodstock

  • UF The Creek

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Woodstock

12 Archival description results for Woodstock

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C.F. Camber

  • CA PANB MC12
  • Fonds
  • 1913-1938

The fonds consists of three notebooks containing engineering data recorded while C. F. Camber was working in the vicinity of Woodstock, N.B., in 1938. They include figures, notes, and sketches relating to excavations and embankment, railways, a roadway, ditches, canals, and other projects.

A roll of oversized plans, tracings, and graphs was transferred to the Map Section.

Camber, Clyde Fenwick

E. Tappan Adney

  • CA UNB MG H 22
  • Fonds
  • 1893-1950, predominant 1940-1950

This fonds contains largely original material documenting E. Tappan Adney's long involvement in the affairs of native people in New Brunswick, particularly the Maliseet. It includes information about treaty rights, New Brunswick court cases involving native rights, the historical development of reserves, and the 1947 review of the Indian Act.

This fonds contains correspondence, newspaper clippings, reports, briefs, submissions, notes, and copies of published articles, treaties, speeches, proclamations, and "deeds". It also includes several photos, prints, sketches, and watercolours. Some materials are typescripts.

There is also a microfilmed copy of Adney's diary covering his first trip to New Brunswick (30 June 1887 to 28 February 1889) as well as his diary covering his second trip to New Brunswick and first trip to Nova Scotia (July to November 1890).

Ethel Anderson

  • CA FRM MS134
  • Fonds
  • 1905-c.1911

Series consists of Ethel Anderson's postcard collection.

Anderson, Ethel

Francis Peabody Sharp

  • CA MNBM ID97
  • Fonds
  • 1846-1914

This fonds includes notebooks, scrapbooks and correspondence with Tappan Adney about fruit culture. There is a diary of F. P. Sharp, with a transcript, 1846-1850 and his correspondence, 1864-1898. There are also newspaper clippings about Sharp and fruit culture

Sharp, Francis Peabody, 1823-1903

George J. Dibblee

  • CA MNBM ID957
  • Fonds
  • 1804-1882

The Dibblee fonds deals extensively with litigation related to the lumbering industry, providing information on relationships among lumberers, suppliers, and sheriffs. Included are documents for about 2450 civil cases. There is relatively little non-litigated work (about 120 matters, mostly deeds for land), and very little criminal material.

In addition to professional and family correspondence, the fonds includes voluminous documentation arising out of construction of Dibblee's stone house in Fredericton in late 1820s. Also included are records of Dibblee's role as an executor in defending the estate of Receiver General George Pidgeon Bliss against claims of province. There are documents relating to local government in Westmorland County assembled by Edward B. Chandler and papers of Hampton (Kings County) lawyer George Otty mainly about debt collection. There is also some material concerning only law partner, George Frederick Street Berton (1808-1840), editor of "Berton's Reports of Supreme Court of New Brunswick."

Dibblee, George Jarvis

Hugh B. Hay

  • CA PANB MC396
  • Fonds
  • 1914-1941

This fonds consists of appointment diaries in which Dr. Hugh B. Hay recorded his patients' names, the reasons for their calls, and the amount to be charged for services. There are volumes for 1914 and 1931-1941. It is unclear who continued to make entries in the volumes for 1940 and 1941 after Dr. Hay's death. Possibly, they were used by a family member or by the individual who was responsible for settling Hay's business affairs. A number of entries in the 1941 appointment diary deal with payment of bills, accounts, rent, mortgages, and notes, and other business transactions.

A receipt for goods purchased by Dr. Hay from M. Kane, a statement of account owing to H. B. Hay from [William] Brock, and a promissory note for $30.00 signed by Gordon and Arthur Miller in favour of H. B. Hay are also included.

Hay, Hugh Burns

McLauchlan family

  • CA PANB MC333
  • Fonds
  • 1835-1942

This fonds documents the business activities of the McLauchlan family as well as the military career of Charles Guy McLaughlan. A few personal family records are included. Business records include a cash book for Jones & McLauchlan (1877-1879), as well as financial records of The John McLauchlan Co., Ltd., including 2 letterbooks (1910-1912), a cash journal (1912-1914), a day book (1931-1932), and 2 account ledgers (1910-1932). The ledgers record names of customers, their place of residence and occupation, items purchased, amount charged, and method of payment (cash or labour).

Other business records include a rent book (1928-1942) and advertisements for the McLaughlan store. Several school exercise books containing bookkeeping exercises completed by Douglas McLaughlan and Harry McLauchlan are also included. C. Guy McLaughlan's military records include letters and official communiqués from the Canadian armed forces during the First and Second World Wars. There are also papers and notes from the military hearings and courts martial that McLauchlan was a part of during the inter-war years, as well as reports, receipts, expense forms, periodicals, the Woodstock Cadets nominal role for candidates for officers' school, and a printed nominal roll of officers, non-commissioned officers and men of the 64th Battalion of the C.E.F. issued in 1915. There is also a nominal register for "C" Company No. 12 1/2 Platoon under Lieutenant H. A. McCleave that gives names of individuals, their rank, number, date of enrolment, martial status, religion, place of residence, and section (1915).

Military financial records include a cash book for "A" Company Composite Battalion (1914-1915) and a cash book for "A" Company 67th Regiment, Composite Regiment (1914-1915). Printed booklets include, "Comrades to Canadian Boys" by Major Wallace Forgie of the Military Service Department Canadian Y.M.C.A; "Information for Wives of Soldiers Coming From Overseas" [1945]; and "Two Thousand Officers and Men of the 64th Battalion C.E.F., Sussex, N.B." (1915). Personal records include correspondence between C. Guy McLauchlan and his friends and family; original deeds, correspondence, and genealogical information relating to Elsie Everett McLauchlan's relatives and ancestors with the surnames Lowe, Rickerson, Ricketson, Rickelson, Gilbert, and Case (1835-1927); and a few certificates and mementos pertaining to Anna Marguerite McLauchlan, Douglas McLauchlan, and Annie McGuire McLauchlan.

McLaughlin family

Minnie Bell Adney campaign poster

  • CA PANB MC339
  • Fonds
  • 1925

The poster includes a picture of Minnie Bell Adney and several paragraphs of text about her political position.

Adney, Minnie Bell (Sharp)

Tappan Adney

  • CA MNBM ID1665
  • Fonds
  • 1934-1944

This fonds consists of archaeological plans of prehistoric campsites on the Saint John River between Woodstock and the Tobique and notes on his archaeological research. There is a ornithological notebook of birdsongs heard in Woodstock in the spring migration of 1934-1937. There are also press clippings and a letter from Chief William Saulis of the Tobique reservation, concerning Adney's work on native peoples, and a biographical article from "Time" magazine, 1944.

W.O. Raymond

  • CA PANB MC369
  • Collection
  • Copied [ca. 1967-1983]

This collection consists of 4 microfilms of W. O. Raymond's scrapbooks containing copies of his writings clipped from newspapers (1884-1916). There is also a photocopy of another 289 page scrapbook created by Raymond from clippings from the Woodstock " Dispatch", 1894-1896 and the Saint John "Telegraph" ca. 1897. The original, which is in the L.P, Fisher Public Library in Woodstock, had become fragile and difficult to read. R.W. Hales made a photocopy and reproduced the most illegible clippings, adding an index and table of contents.

Also included is a photocopy of a two volume genealogy of the Raymond family, compiled by Raymond and including information on the Carman, Moore, Hallet, Lamb, Horsfeld Beardsley, Dibblee, Barlow and Jarvis families.

Raymond, William Odber

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