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Daniel Hovey Sr. Home
Daniel Hovey Sr. Home
 
 
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Francis Colwell and son James Colwell abt. 1830
Francis Colwell and son James Colwell abt. 1830
Photograph reads Francis Colwell and son, James Colwell.
Taken from original tintype, about 1830. 
 
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Home of Daniel Hovey Sr.
Home of Daniel Hovey Sr.
Ipswich, Mass., USA - located at 52 Turkey Shore Road 
 
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Hovey's Wharf
Hovey's Wharf
 
 
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Hovey's Wharf
Hovey's Wharf
 
 
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Lenore Driver and George Robbins - October 30, 1942
Lenore Driver and George Robbins - October 30, 1942
George Robbins was Lenore's second husband. Her first died following a car accident in 1939. 
 
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Photograph - Alva Walker
Photograph - Alva Walker
 
 
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Photograph - Benjamin Laybourne
Photograph - Benjamin Laybourne
 
 
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Photograph - Ethel and Benjamin Laybourne
Photograph - Ethel and Benjamin Laybourne
 
 
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Photograph - Ethel McMartin
Photograph - Ethel McMartin
 
 
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Photograph - Freda Laybourne
Photograph - Freda Laybourne
 
 
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Photograph - Harry Lillian and Harold Merritt
Photograph - Harry Lillian and Harold Merritt
 
 
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Photograph - Harry Merritt
Photograph - Harry Merritt
 
 
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Photograph - Lillian Palmer
Photograph - Lillian Palmer
 
 
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Photograph - Robert Laybourne - Back of Photo
Photograph - Robert Laybourne - Back of Photo
Reads: Uncle Robert Laybourne.
Aunt Nellie
Alice McNeely 
 
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Photograph - Robert Laybourne Sr.
Photograph - Robert Laybourne Sr.
 
 
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Photograph - Robert Laybourne Sr. - Thumb
Photograph - Robert Laybourne Sr. - Thumb
 
 
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Photograph - Victor Merritt
Photograph - Victor Merritt
 
 
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Plaque Dedication to Daniel Hovey Sr.
Plaque Dedication to Daniel Hovey Sr.
 
 
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Sketch of Daniel Hovey Sr. Home
Sketch of Daniel Hovey Sr. Home
Artist: Everett S. Hubbard, 1882 
 
21
Victor and Alva Merrit
Victor and Alva Merrit
Photograph taken and attached to letter thanking Wild Goose Recreation Association for his efforts as President of the Harris Museum. 
 
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Voters List - 1840 - William Killner
Voters List - 1840 - William Killner
Recorded October 1840 
 
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Winslow Papers - Original of Rev. Walter Price's Report on the Parish of St. Mary's, York Co.
Winslow Papers - Original of Rev. Walter Price's Report on the Parish of St. Mary's, York Co.
Dated August 8, 1803, the original has been transcribed by Rev. W.O. Raymond in 1901 on behalf of New Brunswick Historical Society.

The report references 903 residents in the parish (mostly children) and two lakes, now known as Lake Killarney and Lake Carelton, the latter being "... of no consequence owing to its inland situation."

The remainder of the report references resources and potential farmland although "[n]o experiments however in this article have been made owing perhaps to the necessity the settlers are under of first attending to the provisions of Life and the want of surplus labor beyond the object, or the ignorance of the settlers in the culture & manufacture of it."

Rev. Walter Price also notes that "[i]ntroducing Africans to this climate will I doubt be found ineffectual." 
 


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