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CA Them Days -F797 · Item · 2000
Part of Them Days Tape collection

Jolene Jackman and Patty Lane interviewing Andrea Flowers (Side A) about growing up in Makkovik, her geneaology (6 brothers, 2 sisters) chores, dog team, hauling wood and food. Gustav Boase (Side B) about his father, what he did when the caribou ran out, hospital visits and home remedies.

Andrew Piercey (Interview)
CA Them Days -F799 · Item · 2000
Part of Them Days Tape collection

Jolene Jackman and Patty Lane interviewing Andrew Piercey Talks of his family (8 sisters and 4 brothers). Talk of when Hebron was resettled. Some of his community went to Nain and Makkovik, he didn't like the move. Talk of fishing.Ghost stories, the transition from dog sled to skidoos. Had to shoot dogs in his community because of Rabies.

Fonds · 1988-1990

Annual Reports, Land Sales (Hussey, Mercer), Floor Plan and Foundation of Church, Weekly bulletins, Newspaper articles.

Anglican Parish of Upper Island Cove
Fonds · 1840-2005

Minutes (1877-1895),deeds, reports,contracts,correspondence,clippings,financials records, services, newspaper clippings. Included also are records of the Cathedral chapter. 2 Cassette tapes,1987

Anglican Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, St. John's, NL
Fonds · 1965-2004

The fonds consists of minutes and attendance records of the ACWA - ACW meetings 1969-2004; accounts 1968-2004; listings of goods given out for sales 1968-2003; receipt books 1965-2003; roll call 1973-2003; correspondence; certificates; annual reports; miscellaneous; the ACW flag.

Church of England Women's Association (Trouty, N.L.)
Anglican Parish of New Hope
Fonds · 1824-1992

Parish registers, Vestry Books Ledgers, Photographs, Banns of Marriage.

Anglican Parish of New Hope, Petty Harbour, NL
Fonds · 1870-2004

Registers of baptism, Marriage, Burial and Confirmations. Also vestry Books, Financial Documents and Minutes of Meetings.

Anglican Parish of Bell Island
Fonds · 1786-1835

The fonds consists of photocopies of baptisms, marriages and burials for the Parish of Bonavista, 1786 - 1834 and an original register of marriages for a variety of churches on the Bonavista Peninsula, mostly from the Bonavista Bay area, 1825 - 1835. The first part of the record contains a handwritten note on the Marriage Act as passed by Parliament in the Fifth year of George IV, Chapter LXVIII, Section VI. According to the law anyone performing a marriage after March 25, 1825 is supposed to deliver to either the Secretary of the Governor or to the incumbent or officiating minister of some church or chapel of the established church of England in the towns of St. John’s, Harbour Grace or Trinity a certificate of marriage. This is then to be entered into a marriage register and is to be kept at that site.

Anglican Parish of Bonavista (Bonavista, N.L. : Anglican)