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Gift of eight parcels from the Overseas Club in Quebec
Date: 31 May 1945 - 15 June 1945
Copy dated 11/05/1866 from the city of Quebec, Canada of the Will and Testament of James Fergusson Winter, Esquire of Finlay Asylum, Quebec, District of Gaspé. Bequeaths to Rebecca Henderson an English Bible, ' Human Nature in the Fourfold state ', and ' Historical Catachism', to the Rev. Charles Hamilton a French Bible 'Moral and Mental Philosophy' by Thomas Chalmers, Garibaldi by Hugo and 'Man and his Motives' by George Moore, to Matthew George Mountain ' the great preparation' by Dr. Cumming, 'Kerwins Letters', 'The Englishman in Kansas', ' Maria Monk' and 'Spiritualism and the Mormons', to Frederick Vannovous ' Sketches of Canadian Celebrities' by H J Morgan, and 'Artic Adventures by Sea and Land' by Epes Seyent. To Philippe Remy 'The History of England' by Goldsmith.
Date: 2 July 1866
Letter written by Peter Le Sueur of Ottowa to P H Guiton Jersey explaining that he is indeed the person they are looking for but they have his date of birth and his mothers maiden name wrong. He explains that he left Jersey at the age of 14 and has not much recollection of family ties
Diary of Sir John Le Couteur, includes; account of his time in the army in the 104th Foot at the beginning of the diary John is leaving Kingston for Quebec later in the diary he visits Curacao - the Island of which his father is Lieutenant Governor. The diary also covers his return to Jersey in 1818 and engagement to Harriet Janvrin.
Date: 7 July 1815 - 20 March 1819
Letter from Marie Le Couteur, Belle Vue to her son Lieutenant John Le Couteur, 104th Regiment, Quebec, concerning the length of time before she will hear from him again, the workmen around the house, household affairs, the resignation of his grandfather John Dumaresq as Lieutenant Bailiff, the death of the Prince of Bouillon also includes references to the Jersey Militia
Date: 27 September 1816
Letter from Marie Le Couteur, Belle Vue to her son Lieutenant John Le Couteur, 104th Regiment, Quebec, concerning the disbanding of the 10th and John's possible return home, his letters from Harriet Janvrin, and Harriet and Charlotte Pipon's visit to Belle Vue on New Years Eve.
Date: 29 December 1816
Draft copy of Sir John Le Couteur's account from his journal of the march of the 104th foot from Fredericton in New Brunswick to Quebec and from thence to Kingston in Upper Canada. Sir John would appear to be writing to a 'truly national journal' as a response to their request for officers in unusual situations to submit accounts of their situation. The letter is not dated but the trip described occurred in 1812. [Includes transcription]
Probate and will of the late Elizabeth Machon widow of Philip Machon of Gaspé province of Quebec in the country of Canada
Date: 26 December 1904
Newspaper cutting relating to North American connections within the Mauger family
Scrapbook kept by Helene Marie Sinnatt, née Jackson, during the Occupation. Book 6, Page 36. Includes newscuttings of articles and notices published in the Evening Post, including an article regarding the Morgenthau Plan.
Date: 7 October 1944 - 30 October 1944
Red Cross Correspondence between Wilfred Philip Brideaux and his family during the Occupation
Date: 1940 - 1945
Red Cross Messages
Date: 1941 - 1944