Sub-series 21 - William Derick II

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William Derick II

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CA ETRC P058-002-21

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  • 1847 [reproduction]-1852 [reproduction] (Creation)

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5 textual records

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William Derick II was born on 9 December 1805, the son of Christopher Derick (1782-1871) and Margaret Struthers (1786-1869). He worked as a shoemaker in Noyan. William II married Electa Pamelia Hawley (1813-1895) in 1835 in Clarenceville (Missisquoi County). Together they had six children: Lucy Hurd (b.1836), Isabelle (b. 1837), Asahel Hawley (b. 1838), Thomas Harvard (b. 1841), Christopher William (b. 1845), Anna/Annie Eliza (1851-ca. 1869). William II died on 7 July 1890 in Lacolle, Quebec.

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The sub-series contains information on the property and military life of William Derick II in Noyan from 1847 to 1852. It consists of copies and original land transactions between William Derick II, Joseph Swan, and Gabriel Christie; and military appointment certificates for the Battalion of Rouville Militia.

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