Series 2015.25.17 - "Memoirs of My Life" by George Wilson

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"Memoirs of My Life" by George Wilson

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CA ON00154 2015.25-2015.25.17

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  • 1862 (Accumulation)
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    Long, Norman Thomas

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0.01m textual records

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Series consists of a type-written copy of "Memoirs of My Life" by George Wilson, c1862. It was written in Montreal, and dedicated to Sarah (his wife). The series also includes one edition of the Port Hope Evening Guide (17 Jun 1929), as published by Geo. Wilson.

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George Wilson (1825-1905) was born in Langton, Yorkshire, England. He emigrated to Markham with his parents in 1832. On 23 Mar 1847 he married Sarah Howell (1823-1894) of Scarborough; and later M.A. Murney of Picton (1896). He had four sons and four daughters. George purchased the Port Hope Guide in 1874, running it until his death in 1905. He is buried at Port Hope Union Cemetery.

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