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G.L. Masten
CA SHC F027-D003-003 · Item · [189-?]
Part of Fonds Coaticook High School Reunion

The item is a portrait photograph of G.L. Masten, principal at the Coaticook High School, probably taken around the late 1890s.

CA ETRC P173 · Fonds · [1783 - photocopied ca. 1999]-2005

The fonds contains primary source information on the family life; social, religious and economic activities; and education of various members of the Baldwin family, May family and other relatives and friends during the 18th to 21st centuries. It also contains historical information on the Stanstead County and Barnston Township areas, as well as genealogy. The majority of the records were produced in the Eastern Townships, many come from the New England states as well as across Canada and worldwide. It consists primarily of personal and business correspondence, postcards and photographs, maps, historical notes and family history. The fonds is comprised of the following series: Baldwin family ([1783 - photocopied ca. 1999]-2005), May family (1863-[1988, photocopied 2022]), Other Correspondence ([18--]-1970), Genealogy (1832-1999), Photographs ([185-?]-1995), Subject Files and Historical Research (1842-2002), Ferrin Family (1811-1974), Mead Family (1832-1853, 1917, [1934-1948?]), and Stevens Family (1910-1961).

Elvyn M. Baldwin (family)
Collection Susan Beaton
CA SHC C003 · Collection · 1816-1899

Collection primarily contains information on the businesses and families of Barnston and Coaticook from 1816 to 1899. It consists of receipts, invoices, correspondence, historical research, an account ledger, land deeds, a marriage contract, a permit, and birthday books.

Collection Jim Belknap
CA SHC C002 · Collection · 1851-1934

Collection presents information on business and commerce in the Coaticook area from 1851 to 1934. It consists of photocopies of invoices and newspaper clippings.

CA ETRC P997-001-02-006 · File · 1849 [photocopied 198-?], 1862, 1874-1876
Part of Eastern Townships Resource Centre Textual Records collection

The file contains primary source information relating to land in Barnston in 1849, 1862 and from 1874 to 1876. It consists of a photocopy of a letter written March 14, 1849 by [A. Sowen?] to Robinson Oughtred, Esq. regarding a property dispute concerning lot 6, range 11 in Barnston. It also consists of a complaint filed by William Locker Felton against Alexander Edson, Junior, for non-payment of a mortgage on the north quarter of lot 3, range 2 and the north half of lot 1, range 2 in Barnston, as well as a court summons for the same case. It also consists of a mortgage (1874) and mortgage and obligation (1876) by John Hunter, William Hunter, and Ann Lane Walker to Ernest Maloney for the north half of lot 10, range 2 and the north half of lot 11, range 2 in Barnston.

CA SHC F013-S004-D002 · File · 1850 [reproduction]-[200-]
Part of Fonds Yves Robillard

File presents information on Barnston in the 19th and 20th centuries. It consists of research documents and map reproductions.

CA ETRC P214 · Fonds · 1853 - 2015

The fonds consists of primary source material on the Woodman family. It contains photographs, correspondence, wills, financial receipts, press clippings, autograph books and medals from the First and Second World War. It contains the following series: Joshua Woodman (1864), Albert Alonzo Woodman (1853-1896), Albert Alonzo Woodman Jr. (1882-1921), Milton A. Woodman (1900-[194--]), John Woodman (1917, 1947), The McKee Family (1898-1921), Murray A. Milton Woodman (1960-1972), Peter A. Woodman (1945-2010), Keith Woodman (2009), Woodman Family Photos ([19--]-[20--]), Other Family Photos ([18--?]-[19--?]), Woodman Genealogy ([19--] -[20--?]), Miscellaneous (1875-2010) and Dorothy Jane Neill Woodman (2005).

Woodman Family
Fonds Dresser Family
CA SHC F025 · Fonds · 1859-1992

Fonds illustrates the lives of various members of the Dresser from from 1859 to 1992. It consists largely of correspondence, photographs, certificates, financial records, and military records. It is also a source of information on the City of Coaticook. The fonds is comprised of the following series: Scott I. Dresser, Howard W. Dresser, Nancy H. Long Dresser, Leatrice Dresser, Kenneth Dresser, George McDuffee, Dresser family history, and History.

George McDuffee
CA SHC F025-S006 · Series · 1859-1879
Part of Fonds Dresser Family

Series presents information on the business dealings and property of George McDuffee from 1859 to 1879. It consists of correspondence regarding the business relationship between George McDuffee and John S. Wark in 1859 and a home insurance policy from 1879. George McDuffee owned the house at 97 St-Paul Est Street, which was later purchased by the Dresser family.

Fonds Pierre Ménard
CA SHC F005 · Fonds · 1860-[190-?], [reproduced 2008]

Fonds presents the life and finances of Pierre Ménard in Compton and Coaticook from 1860 to 1910. It consists largely of invoices, promissory notes, and contracts, as well as photographs of Pierre Ménard and Christine Pelletier, Roldolphe Ménard, and Ynonne Michaud. The fonds is a also a source of information on Alfred Fontaine, first husband of Christine Pelletier.

Ménard, Pierre