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Sheila Boyd fonds
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- Textual record
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- Source of title proper: Title based on the creator of the fonds.
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- Boyd, Sheila
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Name of creator
Annie Sheila Boyd was the daughter of Mossom Martin Boyd and Ida Lillian de Grassi, and the granddaughter of Mossom Boyd. She never married.
The fonds was collected by and in the custody of Annie Sheila Boyd until it was donated to the Trent University Archives.
Scope and content
The fonds consists of photocopies of the following memoirs of settlement in the Bobcaygeon Area. a) Reminiscence of Mossom Boyd, written down by M.M. Boyd, 1875-1877, typescript copy, 5 pages. b) Manuscript copy of J.W. Bicks "Reminiscences and Memorandum on Coming to Canada in 1837 and Dunsford family in 1838;" gathered 1891 (January 9) 5 pages. c) George Dunsford Reminiscences, taken down by H.J. Wickham, 1894 in Miss Boyd's hand.
Immediate source of acquisition
The photocopies of the fonds was donated by Miss Sheila Boyd through Reverend E.L. Straker, Christ Church, Bobcaygeon, Ontario.
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Restrictions on access
Not for publication outside of undergraduate essays.
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Associated material located in the Library and Archives Canada, Ottawa, the Archives of Ontario, Toronto and the Peterborough Museum and Archives.
For related records see: 75-1024 and 88-011.