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Session

The subseries contains source material on the administration and activities of the Sherbrooke Plymouth-Trinity United Church from 1971 to 1979. It consists of minutes, correspondence, lists of participants and notebooks.

Mead Haskell Baldwin

The subseries contains primary source information on the personal life and employment of Mead H. Baldwin from 1895 to 1936. It consists of letters, postcards, and various documents relating to his military service. The subseries is comprised of the following files: Correspondence written ([1909-1924?]), Education and Employment (1913-1919), Legal documents (1895-1936), and Correspondence received ([1906?]-1920).

Baldwin, Mead Haskell, 1891-1921

Lill Mead Ferrin Baldwin

The subseries contains primary source information on the life of Lill Ferrin Baldwin from 1878 to 1948. It consists mainly of correspondence, travel documents, and documents regarding her death and estate. The subseries is comprised of the following files: Correspondence written ([188-?], 1902, 1918-1935), Travel (1918, [1930?]-1931, 1935), Death and estate (1921, 1935-1937, 1948), Education (1878-1879), and Correspondence received (1896-1929).

Baldwin, Lill Mead Ferrin, 1859-1935

Alfred T. Jones

The subseries contains information on the Revered Alfred T. Jones from 1927 to 1936 in Stanstead and Magog, QC, and in Melbourne, Florida. It consists of correspondence and postcards sent by A.T. Jones to Harold Ferrin Baldwin and W.K. Baldwin. The correspondence mainly concerns United Church affairs as well as some comments about A.T. Jones' everyday life.

Writings

The sub-series consists of writings that inform about everyday life in the Eastern Townships. It contains the following files : Diary of a Canadian Teacher (1836), Reminiscent and Otherwise by Dr. George McAleer (1901), Reminiscenses of Student Life and Practice by E.D. Worthington (1897), Hatley Tales by Garth E. Morrisette ([200-?]), and Grace Day's Autograph Book (1944-1948).

Adelle (Baldwin) Lanoue

The subseries contains primary source information on Adelle Baldwin Lanoue's personal life from 1932 to 1949 and in 1964. It consists primarily of correspondence, much of which was written to family in Canada when she, her husband, Ulric Lanoue, and their son, Robert Baldwin Lanoue, were living as missionaries in the Belgian Congo. The family's 1933 Christmas card includes a photograph of Robert around six months old. Two of the letters, dated 1946 and 1949, were written from Newport, Vermont. The subseries also contains a photocopy of Adelle's obituary from the Rockford Register in 1964.

Baldwin, Jessie Adelle, 1908-1964

Hagan-Mitchell Family Album

This sub-series consists of the Hagan-Mitchell family album, which includes Hagan family members, and some Mitchell family members which are direct descendants of George Mitchell and Jane Armstrong.

Daily Reminder Book

The subseries contains primary source information on the writing interests of Leonard Auger around the 1930s. It consists of a leather-bound Daily Reminder book, compliments of the Dominion Textile Company. The book contains handwritten texts and simple sketches of building plans.

Eugene Arthur Baldwin

The subseries contains primary source information on Eugene Arthur Baldwin's life from 1910 to 1915. It consists of an invitation to the wedding of Eugene's daughter Blanche to Lyman Kinney Heath (1910); three letters written by Eugene and addressed to Harold F. Baldwin (1912-1914); one postcard written by Eugene and addressed to Mead H. Baldwin (1914); and one certificate of demit from the Ancient Arabic Order Nobles of the Mystic Shrine Karnak Temple (1915).

Baldwin, Eugene Arthur, 1853-1916

Eunice Ruth Baldwin

The subseries contains primary source information on the personal life of Eunice R. Baldwin from 1935 to 2005. It consists primarily of correspondence, account statements, diplomas, transcripts, certificates, poetry, personal documentation, and documents relating to the estate of Ruth Stevens May Baldwin. The subseries is composed of the following files: Correspondence (1935-1974), Education (1940-1957, [1969?]-1971, 2005), Poetry ([198-?]-[199-?]), and Miscellaneous documents (1956-1963, 1972).

Baldwin, Eunice Ruth, 1926-2020

Miscellaneous Stevens family

The subseries contains primary source information on members of the Stevens family in Way's Mills and Coaticook from 1910 to 1915, and in Alabama in 1944. It consists of three postcards addressed to Ruth May, written by her aunts Ida Alberta Stevens and Alma Elvira Stevens. It also consists of an invitation to the wedding of Mead Ferrin Stevens in Montgomery, Alabama to Mary, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Fyeld Cherry (1944); the invitation was sent to Ruth May Baldwin and Harold Ferrin Baldwin.

Jennie Elizabeth (May) Cushing

The subseries contains primary source information pertaining to Jennie Elizabeth Cushing (née May) in Dixville from 1934 to 1941. It consists of letters written by Jennie, addressed to Ruth May Baldwin and Harold Ferrin Baldwin. Jennie's letters primarily contain holiday greetings and discuss family. The letter dated December 23, 1934 contains a black and white photograph of Betty May Ladd (Jennie's granddaughter by her daughter, Ruby M. Cushing) and Errol Ray Cushing (Jennie's grandson by her son, Addison Willard Cushing). The letter dated January 17, 1938 contains a photograph of Betty May Ladd at 4 years old, taken August 9, 1936.

Cushing, Jennie Elizabeth, 1860-1943

Fred Stevens

The subseries contains primary source information pertaining to Fred Stevens in 1944 in New Hampshire and from 1960 to 1961 in Florida. It consists of three greeting cards written by Fred, addressed to Ruth May Baldwin, Harold Ferrin Baldwin, and Rose May. The letters discuss elements of Fred's everyday life, including family, weather, and travel.

Stevens, Fred, 1872-1965

Anna (Mead) Lee

The subseries contains primary source information pertaining to Anna Lee (née Mead) from about 1934 to 1948, in New London, CT. It consists of greeting cards and letters written by Anna, addressed to Lill Ferrin Baldwin and Harold Ferrin Baldwin. The letter dated February 1, 1934 contains an enclosed photograph of a large, colonial-style home seen from a snowy road bordered by a fence. The inscription on the verso of the photograph reads: "The home faces south and we look at Long Island Sound over to Fisher's Island."

Lee, Anna S., 1863-1949

Smith Mead

The subseries contains primary source information pertaining to Smith Mead from 1837 to 1839 in New Hampshire. It consists of three letters written by Smith to his brother, Stephen Mead; his sister, Sarah S. Mead; and his future brother-in-law, Martin C. Ferrin.

Mead, Smith, fl.1837-1839

Stephen Mead

The subseries contains primary source information pertaining to Stephen Mead from 1832 to 1853 and in 1917, in California, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Oregon. It consists of correspondence written by Stephen to his sister and future brother-in-law, as well as a Summons and Complaint regarding his estate. The subseries is comprised of the following files: Correspondence (1832-1853), and Estate (1917).

Mead, Stephen, 1819-1875

Miscellaneous Ferrin family

The subseries contains primary source information pertaining to the Ferrin family from about 1823 to 1934, primarily in Vermont and New Hampshire. It consists of postcards, letters, receipts, a banking book, an account book, and a wedding invitation. Members of the Ferrin family whose names appear in these records include: Sarah Mead Ferrin, Rachel Ferrin Fletcher, Samuel Ferrin, Ebenezer Ferrin, Martin C. Ferrin, Elvyn A. Ferrin, Jonathan Ferrin, Jane Ferrin Harland Colgan, Marjorie Young and Alsey Young. The letter from Sarah Mead Ferrin includes a "love knot" made from a lock of her hair.

Everett Martin Williams

The subseries contains primary source information pertaining to Everett Martin Williams from about 1909 to 1915 and from 1930 to 1932 in Vermont and Maine. It consists of postcards and greeting cards written by Everett and addressed to Lill Ferrin Baldwin.

Williams, Everett Martin, 1892-1972

Esther (Williams) Stevens

The subseries contains primary source information pertaining to Esther Stevens (née Williams) from around 1900 to 1974, in Derby and Island Pond, VT. It consists of postcards, greeting cards, and letters written by Esther, addressed to Lill Ferrin Baldwin and Harold Ferrin Baldwin. Some of the correspondence is also signed by Carl Stevens, Esther's husband.

Stevens, Esther Myra, 1896-1984

Edith Mabel (Ferrin) Williams

The subseries contains primary source information pertaining to Edith Mabel Williams (née Ferrin) from about 1926 to 1941, in Island Pond, VT, and in Buzzards Bay, MA. It consists of one postcard and four letters written by Edith and addressed to Harold Ferrin Baldwin. One of the letters includes four enclosed letters from Allan A. Ferrin, Caroline B. Ferrin, Janet L. Malaney, and Carrie Ferrin Young.

Williams, Edith Mabel, 1869-1950

Chester M. and Caroline B. Ferrin

The subseries contains primary source information pertaining to Chester M. Ferrin and Caroline B. Ferrin, from 1862 to 1935 in Vermont, New Hampshire, and Louisiana. It consists of transcribed letters documenting Chester M. Ferrin's first-hand experiences of the Civil War from 1862 to 1864 in Lousiana as part of the 8th Infantry of the Vermont Regiment. It also consists of personal correspondence written by Chester and his daughter, Caroline. Three of the letters contain photograph enclosures; the first, dated November 5, 1919, contains a photograph of a young soldier named Carlisle [Graves or Groves], Chester's grandson; the second, dated November 13, 1921, contains a photograph of Chester M. Ferrin, M.D., Surgeon General G.A.R., 1918-1919; the third, postmarked October 19, 1928, contains a photograph of Chester Ferrin holding his great-granddaughter Bertha, who is the daughter of Carlisle [Graves or Groves].

Ferrin, Chester Manning, 1837-1932

Correspondence received by Ferrin family

The subseries contains primary source information on the lives of the Ferrin family through the people they interacted with, from about 1819 to 1892. It consists primarily of correspondence written by people outside of the immediate Ferrin family. The subseries is comprised of the following files: George Sawyer (1841-1842), Simeon Collins (1823-1834), Abraham Amy (1822-1823), Frank Haskell (1891-1892), H.C. Fitch & Son (1892), W.H. Bean (1891-1892), and Other correspondents ([1819?]-1892).

Carrie E. Ferrin Young

The subseries contains primary source information pertaining to Carrie E. Ferrin from 1906 to 1947 in Vermont. It consists of postcards, greeting cards, and letters written by Carrie, addressed to Lill Ferrin Baldwin and Harold Ferrin Baldwin. One of the letters, dated January 1, 1933, includes an enclosed letter addressed to Carrie from Lena A. Macrae. The subseries also contains an invitation to the wedding of Carrie's daughter Marjorie to Thayer Comings in 1922.

Ferrin, Carrie E., 1860-1949

Clark E. Ferrin

The subseries contains primary source information pertaining to Clark E. Ferrin from about 1834 to 1848 and in 1870 in Vermont. It consists of letters written by Clark to his brother, Martin C. Ferrin. The letter dated May 5-11, 1840 includes a message from Rachel Ferrin. The letter dated September 23, 1870 includes an enclosed letter from Jane E. Ruiter regarding the death of Mrs. M. Ferrin.

Ferrin, Clark Ela, 1818-1881

Antha E. Kidder Ferrin

The subseries contains primary source information pertaining to Antha E. Kidder Ferrin from about 1900 to 1934. It consists of postcards, greeting cards, and letters written by Antha, addressed to Lill Ferrin Baldwin and Harold Ferrin Baldwin. One of the Christmas cards is also signed by Kate Ferrin. The subseries also contains one postcard addressed to Antha (1910).

Ferrin, Antha Esther, 1849-1938

Charles E. Ferrin

The file contains primary source information on Charles E. Ferrin from 1845 to 1848. It consists of letters written by Charles to his brother, Martin C. Ferrin and "sister" (presumably his sister-in-law, Sarah Mead Ferrin).

Ferrin, Charles E., 1824-1870

Sarah Haskell Ferrin

The subseries contains primary source information regarding the life of Sarah Haskell Ferrin from 1892 to 1899 in Vermont and New Hampshire. It consists of personal letters written by Sarah to her step-daughter, Lill Ferrin Baldwin.

Ferrin, Sarah Haskell, 1828-1899

Micah Ferrin

The file contains primary source information on the professional life of Micah Ferrin as a Justice of the Peace and as Surveyor of Highways from about 1811 to 1854 in Vermont. It consists of promissory notes and receipts of transactions witnessed by Micah; documents relating to Vermont tax collection; an invoice of goods received by Micah; documents regarding legal decisions and written complaints witnessed by Micah as Justice of the Peace; notes documenting marriages administered by Micah; a deed of sale from Micah Ferrin to Asa S. Harvey for a farm in Morgan, Vermont; and a receipt for costs associated with the building of the Congregational Church Meeting House in Holland, VT ([1854?]).

Ferrin, Micah Ela, 1787-1863

Kate E. Ferrin

The subseries contains primary source information regarding the life of Kate Ferrin from 1889 to 1941. It consists of postcards, greeting cards and letters written by Kate to Edith Ferrin Williams, Lill Ferrin Baldwin, Harold Ferrin Baldwin, and Ruth May Baldwin. One Christmas card is signed by Antha, Edith, Kate and Charlie, but the message within was written by Kate. It also consists of a program for the commencement exercises at Derby Academy.

Ferrin, Kate Ethel, 1874-1941

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