Charles Henry Webber fonds

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Charles Henry Webber fonds

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Accession number: 2004.009

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  • 1894 (Creation)
    Webber, Charles Henry

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1 cm of textual records
1 photograph

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Biographical history

Charles Henry Webber was born on May 12, 1856 in Lakeville (now Lake Charlotte) and married Mary Maria Mitchell on February 13, 1893. He died on February 8, 1922. They had four sons: Percy Henry, Edmund David, George Foster and Ervin Charles.

Custodial history

Documents came from the home of Harry Bruce Webber (nephew of Charles) and his wife Jerine Ada Arnold. Jerine cared for Charles' sons Ervin and Edmund, and kept these documents and others related to the family until her death in 2003, at which time her daughter Myrtle Homans donated them to the Lake Charlotte Area Heritage Society.

Scope and content

Fonds contains an indenture between Catherine and Lawrence Marks and Charles Webber to purchase land in Clam Harbour, the will and probate of Maria Elizabeth Mitchell (Charles' mother-in-law), a photograph of the Mitchell home in Oyster Pond; and several letters.

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Donated by Myrtle Homans in 2003.


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  • English

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9 leaves of textual records, 1 photograph

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