Fonds 01-1011 - Susan Burnham Greeley fonds

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Susan Burnham Greeley fonds

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01-1011

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  • 1895, 1904 (Creation)
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    Susan Burnham Greeley

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1 cm of textual records
1 photograph

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Susan Burnham Greeley (1806-1904) was the daughter of Aaron Greeley, a surveyor and cousin of Zacheous Burnham, and Margaret Rogers. She was born in Haldimand Township, about two miles from Grafton, Ontario. Greeley was a school teacher, and operated a Sunday School from her home for over eighty years. She was a member of the Colborne Presbyterian church. Greeley died in 1904 and is buried at Grafton Presbyterian cemetery.

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Fonds consists of an undated photograph of Susan Burnham Greeley, and a newspaper article from the [Colborne Express, 22 September 1904] regarding the death of Greeley. Also included is an envelope addressed to E.C. Caddy of Cobourg, Ontario and mailed in 1895, with handwritten notation "from Cousin Susan".

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The newspaper article is extremely brittle and is enclosed in mylar

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Fonds was donated by an unknown source

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For related records see: 69-001 and 99-005

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