Item I001 - Home of Lyman Smith

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Home of Lyman Smith

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CA CCHMS CCM001-S001-SS02-F001-I001

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Cookshire, Que. : Wilkinson Bros.. - 1 photograph : b&w ; 15.25 x 20.5 cm.

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Lyman Smith (1853-1922), was born in Eaton, he later moved to Martinville where he was a butcher and a farmer. He was one of the first councillors in Martinville and a steward in the Methodist church. He married Emma Mills in 1877 and they had 2 children: Hollis who was born in 1882, and Lula who was born in 1885.

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The item is a photograph of Lyman Smith's house showing people in the front yard, two dogs, as well as a horse and buggy.

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