Series 001 - Kenneth Edgar Clayton-Kennedy

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Kenneth Edgar Clayton-Kennedy

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CA ETRC P177-001

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  • 1901-1988 (Creation)

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0,31 m of textual records.

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Kenneth Edgar Clayton-Kennedy born 28 May 1891 in Stanstead, Quebec to George Robert Edgar and Helen (nee O'Leory) Kennedy. The Kennedy's lived in New York City, where they built a large estate. Eventually, they moved to Connecticut, and later settled south of Sherbrooke, Quebec, as Empire Loyalists. Kennedy held a long militaristic career during World War I in the Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force and Canadian Flying Corps. Kennedy was also a businessman as owner of Hatley Water Company and Funding Co. Ltd.

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The series contains primary source material on the activities of Kenneth Edgar Clayton- Kennedy from 1901 to 1988. It consists of material pertaining to his two companies, Hatley Water Co. and Funding Co. Ltd, and the Municipality of the Village of Hatley, family history, correspondence, and architectural plans. The series is comprised of the following sub-series; Municipal Affairs (1901-1988), Personal Life ([19--?]-[1988?]), and Professional Life (1803-1984).

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Most of the documents are in English, a few are in French.

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