Fonds BCHS092 - Nash Family fonds

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Nash Family fonds

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  • 1795-1842 (Creation)

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13 textual records.

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The fonds consists of primary source documents relating to the Nash family of Brattleboro, Vt, who came to live in Brome County. It includes documents relating to Ephraim Nash (1754-1816), married to Hannah Wells; their son Alfred Nash (1793-1861), married to Lucinda Knowlton Willard (daughter of Samuel Willard); and their son Ephraim Nash (1820-1851), married to Harriet Parker. Ephraim Nash and his grandson were official surveyor for the East Farnham region.

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  • English

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Finding aid prepared using Rules for Archival Description (RAD).


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Creation: April 2016.
Revision: October 2021 and January 2023.

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  • English

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