Fonds 83-012 - A Logan family: eight generations in Canada / Marlow Banks

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A Logan family: eight generations in Canada / Marlow Banks

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    • 15 June 1982 (Creation)
      Banks, Marlow

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    Marlow Banks was a resident of Peterborough, Ontario and the owner of the Banks Bicycle Store. He was a hockey fan, and more specifically, a fan of the Peterborough Petes hockey team. Mr. Banks used to sponsor the "Banks Bicycle Store Trophy" which was awarded annually to the Petes regular season scoring champion.

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    The family history of David Logan (c 1890-1866) and Margaret Fairley (1799-1891) and their descendants is portrayed in A Logan Family - Eight Generations in Canada. Logan and Fairley were the great-grandparents of Marlow Banks, author and researcher of the above book. Born in Scotland, it is believed that Logan and Fairley married around 1830 and had two children before leaving for Canada around 1834 or 1835. They settled in Smith Township, about nine miles north of Peterborough, and later moved to Douro. They had four more children after arriving in Canada.

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    This item is a spiral bound book entitled A Logan Family - Eight Generations in Canada, plus several pages of loose insertions.

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    This item was created by Marlow Banks, and a copy was purchased from Banks by Trent University Archives for inclusion in its holdings.


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        The typescript is autographed and dated by Marlow Banks.

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