Fonds P192 - Vaudry family fonds

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Vaudry family fonds

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CA ETRC P192

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  • 1866-[1980] (Creation)

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0.09 m of textual records. - 155 photographs.

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The Vaudry family came to the Eastern Townships in the mid-19th century when Hypolite Vaudry (1834-1905) moved to Shefford and later to Waterloo. Hypolite and his wife Martha Olive Craig (1841-1923) had four children; Mary, Alphonse, Frederick and Hermon. Dr. Mary Olive Vaudry (1870-1951) a graduate of McGill and Bishop's University, moved to Lennoxville in 1905 and persued a career in teaching at the Lennoxville Academy, Knowlton Academy, in Waterloo, Windsor and Sawyerville. Hermon Lloyd Merle Vaudry (1884-1948) came to Lennoxville in 1916 where he built greenhouses in order to sell fruits and vegetables at the Sherbrooke public market. In 1925, Hermon married Olive Craig Warren, descendant of settler John Savage (1740-1826). The couple had two children; Julia Helen Vaudry (1926-2015) and Frederick John Hermon Vaudry (1928-1991). Frederick took over his father's commerce and turned it into a flowershop in 1955. The Vaudry and Lloyd streets in Lennoxville were named after Mary and her father in 1991.

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The serie contains primary source material on the members of the Vaudry family that moved in Lennoxville in 1905, their ancestry and descendents. It consists mainly of documents pertaining to the genealogy of the family but also the writings of Mary Olive Vaudry (1870-1951), the education of Julia Helen Vaudry (1926-2015), contracts, correspondence, a testament, a patent, school albums and photographs. It is comprised of the following files: Genealogy ([1928?]-[1929?]), Mary Olive Vaudry (1900-1934), Julia Helen Vaudry (1943-1980), Olive Craig Warren (1913-1923), Manuscripts (1898-1937), Legal and business documents (1866-[19--]), Photographs (1887-1974).

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Material is restricted from any reproduction or publication, except when permission is granted by the donor.

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No further accruals are expected.

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The documents were transferred on long term loan in 2012 from Janice Carey.
Most of the documents are in English some are in French.

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28 janvier, 2016

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