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McIver family (Bury) fonds
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Photographs of McIver Family Members

The file contains source material on the McIver family in Bury from late 19th century to the second half of 20th century. It consists of 13 photographs of the Mclver family members from late 19th century to the second half of 20th century.

Included among the pictures are : Nina Fauquier, A. L. McIver, Ailsa Brown, Tots (?) Hollyfield, Lewis McIver, Terrill, Val. Hollyfield

Photographs of Bury Region

The file contains source material on the McIver family in Bury in 20th century. It consists of 5 photographs of the landscape, St. Paul's Anglican Church, and Fred Pope's house in Bury and St. John's Anglican Church in Brookbury from a distance in 1960s and 1970s.

McIver family (Bury) fonds

  • CA ETRC P242
  • Fonds
  • [188-?]-[197-?]

The fonds contains source material on the McIver family in Bury from late 19th century to the second half of 20th century. It consists of 13 photographs of the Mclver family members and 9 photographs of unidentified persons from late 19th century to the second half of 20th centuty, 4 photographs of the McIver house in 20th century, 5 photographs of the landscape, churches and house in Bury in 1960s and 1970s, a drawing of the McIver Clan Crest and a newspaper article on Alexander Lewis McIver’s Leave for Ontario from Bury in 1915. The fonds is comprised of the following files: Photographs of McIver Family Members([188-?]-1970), Photographs of Persons Unidentified([188-?]-[197-?]), Photographs of McIver House([19--]), Photographs of Bury Region(1960,1971), Drawing of the McIver Clan Crest, Newspaper Article on Alexander Lewis McIver’s Leave for Ontario from Bury (1915).

McIver, Lewis (family)

Photographs of Persons Unidentified

The file contains source material on the McIver family in Bury from late 19th century to the second half of 20th century. It consists of 9 photographs of unidentified persons from late 19th century to the second half of 20th century.