Monthly Archives: October 2011

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Transcription of Jennie Pike’s Date Diary (1932-1940) – Page 18

Little Phipps child died.  Apr. 18-38 Mr. Alfred Smith died Apr. 23-38 Bert Brown died May 3-38 Gladys married May 7-38 Verla Dennison died in Vic. Hospital May 15-38 Mr. Andrew Perry died.  June 2-38 I took sick on way to work, Tue a.m. June 7-38 loafed 2 months. (Mill went on 4 [...]

Historical Society and Museum representatives honoured by the Association Museums New Brunswick

A Notice from the York Sunbury Historical Society President Fred White: Two Historical Society and Museum representatives, Ruth Murgatroyd and Elizabeth Earl have recently been honoured by the Association Museums New Brunswick with a Provincial Museums ‘Award of Merit' and a Provincial Museums ‘Quarter Century Award’.  These awards were presented at the Association’s [...]

By |2011-10-26T12:57:00+00:00October 26th, 2011|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Transcription of Jennie Pike’s Date Diary (1932-1940) – Page 17

1938/ Rev. M. D. Oliver of U.C. Marysville, died in hospital.  Sun. Jan 2-38 Harry Pickard of Devon died Thur. night Jan 13-38 Miss Agnes Ramsey die. Thur. Jan 20-38 Feb 2nd-38 Candlemas Day, cold & clear Sandy Voye died in Moncton hospital Feb. 6-38 Marvin Mitchell & Anita Tait married, Feb. 26-38, [...]

Fredericton Heritage Trust Talk on War of 1812

Fredericton Heritage Trust is sponsoring a talk by Bob Dallison, former Director of King's Landing Historical Settlement, on "New Brunswick and the War of 1812," 2:30 P.M., Saturday, October 22nd, Provincial Archives of New Brunswick. Dallison is a Fredericton Region Museum curator and is currently working on a War of 1812 exhibit for the museum.

By |2011-10-19T13:07:17+00:00October 19th, 2011|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Transcription of Jennie Pike’s Date Diary (1932-1940) – Page 16

Jennie Pike’s Date Diary (1932-1940) - Page 16 Nov. 26-37. American Thanksgiving Day. always last Thur. in Nov. Mild weather here. Big rain Nov 28-37 - snow all gone Mrs. Percy Minue [sic] died Nov. 30-37. Mr. Clayton died. Dec. 3-37. Lovely day Dec. 6-37 - no snow. Tommy Mitchell's section shut down [...]

Public Art as Artifact and Icon: The Robert Burns Statue in Fredericton

Robert Burns Monument Postcard (Fredericton, New Brunswick) York Sunbury Historical Society evening programs take place at Government House (51 Woodstock Road, Fredericton) at 7:30pm on the third Thursday of most months. We can park on site and come in the side entrance and programs are free and open to the public! Thursday, October [...]

By |2011-10-12T12:52:34+00:00October 12th, 2011|Events & Activities|0 Comments

Transcription of Jennie Pike’s Date Diary (1932-1940) – Page 15

Jennie Pike’s Date Diary (1932-1940) - Page 15 Venetta Gasier [sic] operated upon for Appendicitis Sept. 21-37. Cecil McDonald operated upon, Sept 24-37 Sade Walker very low in hospital Sept 22-37. Earth quake [sic] morning of Sept. 30-37 about 4 a.m. I went to Boston on excursion. Oct. 8-37. Cousin Leila Logan West here [...]

Transcription of Jennie Pike’s Date Diary (1932-1940) – Page 14

Jennie Pike’s Date Diary (1932-1940) - Page 14 Fern died in Hospital June 8-37. 240 looms finished night work. June 14-37 Mrs. Wibberly's daughter died in Hospital June 22-37 Clarence Patterson's son died in Hospital June 22-37 Tess & Ernie & Family came home by car. July 6-37 Mary Pickard died suddenly, while [...]