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Curry Clark family fonds
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11: James Curry accounts

Files consists of fragmentary bookkeeping and accounting documents relating to dealings of James Curry. Includes accounting of blackmithing or farrier services rendered by Douglas Carmichael.

13: Samuel Curry ledger

File consists of accounting ledger of amounts owned to and by Samuel Curry for various good and services. A sample of cloth is included as an enclosure.

15: Building Society documents

File consists of documents related to the affairs of the Home District Building Society and Provincial Permanent Building Society including statements and meeting announcements.

15: Herbert Clark books

File consists of two cloth bound fiction books annotated as having been owned by Herbert Clark. Titles include History of Widow Gray and Her Family and Mr. Johnston's School; or, The New Master.

16: Andrew McClure book

File consists of book, A Summary of Canadian History, annotated as having belonged to Andrew McClure, a descendent of the Curry-Clark family. Volume is annotated on the front cover, and throughout. The volume was inherited by a descendent of the Clark family, likely Ida McKinney nee Clark. The McClures seem to have married into the Curry or Clark families at various points.

16: Mechanics' Institute documents

File consists of documents related to the affairs of the Halton Mechanics' Institute, and the Norval Farmers' and Mechanics' Institute including fragmentary minutes and a constitution.

17: Family histories

File consists of handwritten and typescript family histories of the Clark and Curry families produced by descendents, likely including Ida McKinney nee Clark.

1: Correspondence

File consists of letters sent to members of the Curry family. Most are addressed to James Curry. Some letters are from family members and concern family news; others relate to matters of business such as buying and selling of goods and land and various legal proceedings.

1: Letter from John Clark to Hugh Gilchrist

File consists of letter from John Clark in Chinguacousy to Hugh Gilchrist in Sheepland, County Down, Ireland regarding life in Canada and family news. The letter was intended to be posted during an upcoming visit to "the City" to deliver butter but apparently never was mailed. Descendants have produced several typescripts which are included in the file, as is a short history of Chinguacousy written by a descendant.

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