Sub-series 18 - Robert Derick

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Robert Derick

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CA ETRC P058-002-18

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  • 1843-1857 [reproductions] (Creation)

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2 textual records

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Robert Derick was born 2 June 1821 in Lacolle, Quebec to John William (a.k.a. Johannes) Derick and Sarah Lea. He married Anna Elizabeth Wagar on 14 October 1845 at Troy, Vermont. Together they had four children: Georgianna (1848-1872), Franklyn Morrison (b. 1851), Edward Cusack (b. 1854), and Willard Wallace (b. 1857). Robert purchased the “old Derick Tavern” from his brother, Reuben in 1857, which he operated until his death on 29 November 1860 in Noyan, Quebec. Following Robert’s death, his wife, Anna, continued to operate the tavern and inn.

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The sub-series contains information on the property of Robert Derick from 1843 to 1857. It consists of two land transactions, the first transferring the Derick tavern and inn from William Derick to Reuben C. Derick and the second transferring the tavern from Reuben C. Derick to Robert Derick.

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  • English

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