Series 004 - Leslie Hall Jenks

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Leslie Hall Jenks

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CA ETRC P206-004

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  • 1875-1914 (Creation)

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0.01 l.m. of textual records

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Leslie Hall Jenks, son of Nathaniel Jenks and Lucy Thornton, was born in Barnston on 28 December 1849. He was a dentist in Coaticook and had a practice at the corner of Pleasant and Cutting Streets. Leslie married Nancy Cushing on 30 October 1879. Together they had four children: Charles Nathaniel (1882-1888), Cushing (1885-1885), Archibald Nathaniel (1889-1938) and Abbott Cushing (1893-1957). Leslie died 5 October 1910 and is buried at the Mount Forest Cemetery in Coaticook.

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The series contains primary source information on the Valley Road extension in Barnston from 1877 to 1884, going from Barnston Corner to Compton Centre. It consists of a letter addressed to Dr. Leslie Jenks giving notice of a public meeting the extension, two notices of valuation in the expropriation of the land and declaration of support for the Valley Road project. It also consists of information on L.H. Jenks (accounts, receipts, insurance) and correspondence from 1875 to 1914.

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The documents are in English.

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