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Charles Revell Eardley-Wilmot

The file contains primary source information on the life of Reverend Charles Revell Eardley-Wilmot from about 1895 to 1986. It consists mainly of correspondence exchanged between the Reverend and other clerical officials from both within Quebec and abroad, as well as some letters from him addressed to his wife Rose and daughter Barbara. The file also consists of some texts written by the Reverend, including one published by The Canadian Journal of Religious Thought in 1930 and one published by The Canadian Churchman in 1932. It also consists of one photograph of him, personal belongings such as his baptismal records, passport, and pocket diaries, as well as some biographical research and texts compiled by his daughter Barbara, obituaries, and a text written by his granddaughter Susan recalling her childhood memories of him. Also included in the file is a photocopy of the author's biography from the book "Benjamin Cronyn: First Bishop of Huron" written by Reverend A. H. Crowfoot, with whom Charles Revell Eardley-Wilmot corresponded.

Charles Revell Eardley-Wilmot (1880-1963)

Soldiers of the 53rd Sherbrooke Regiment

The item is a portrait photograph of soldiers of the 53rd Sherbrooke Regiment from around 1883. Pictured are: Staff Sergeant R.J. Spearing (standing, centre back), H.N. Robbins, T. Somers (middle row, left), Meredyth B. Hallowell (front row, centre), Ned Fraser.

Harry E. Grundy

The item is a photograph of Harry E. Grundy outside of Plymouth Congregational Church (presently Plymouth-Trinity United Church) in Sherbrooke from about the 1920s.

G.F. Bowen and children

The item is a photograph of G.F. Bowen and his children, probably taken in Sherbrooke, from around the 1880s. Pictured are (left to right): Jessie Bowen Hunt, Francis A. Bowen (standing), Cecil H. Bowen, George F. Bowen, and Frederick W.W. Bowen.

Group of Sherbrooke businessmen

The item is a group portrait photograph of (left to right): Dr. F.J. Austin, John Hallowell, Tom Tuck (druggist), Stephen Edgell, Dr. E. Worthington, F.A. Bowen, Ned Clark, Albert Symmes, Ned Bowen, and E.P. Felton, taken in Sherbrooke around the 1860s.

Minnie Hale

The item is a studio photograph of Minnie Hale, daughter of Edward Hale and Eliza Bowen, from around the 1880s.

Robert Bethune

The item is a studio photograph of Robert Bethune, son of John Bethune and Edith Hallowell, taken around the 1870s.

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