Fonds 2016.16 - Edward "Ted" Fulford fonds

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Edward "Ted" Fulford fonds

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CA ON00154 2016.16

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  • 1907-1975 (Creation)
    Creator
    Fulford, Edward Lightle
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    Port Hope, Municipality of

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0.10m textual records; 3 artifacts

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(1920-2002)

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Edward Lightle Fulford (Ted) was born to Albert Edward Fulford and Alberta Lucy Lightle in Port Hope in 1920. He worked in the family business, Fulford Bros. Dry Goods Store on Walton Street, alongside his brother Alfred until the business was closed in 1975, after nearly a century. Ted married Helen M. Watson, and the pair had three daughters: Andrea, Donna and Diane (twins). He died in 2002, and is buried in Port Hope's Union Cemetery.

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Donated to the Port Hope Archives by D. Fulford, 2016. Donor is the daughter of the late Ted Fulford, who was the owner of Fulford Bros. Dry Goods Store, and heavily involved in local organizations in the Port Hope Archives.

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Fonds consists of papers and artifacts related to various Port Hope organizations, the Fulford Bros. Dry Goods Store, and the Downtown Revitalization "Norwich Plan," c1907-1975. For more detailed information, please refer to series-level descriptions.

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