Daniel J. MacKay fonds

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Daniel J. MacKay fonds

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  • Textual record

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Fonds

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MG 12.124

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  • 1876-1936 (Creation)
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    MacKay, Daniel J.

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1 folder of textual records

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(?-1921)

Biographical history

Daniel J. MacKay was the son of John and Jane (MacDonald) MacKay of Port Hood, Nova Scotia. He married and had (at least) six children: Josephine, J. Campbell, Elizabeth, Alphonsus, Mary Campbell and Colin. He served as Inverness County Court Clerk and Postmaster from 1901 until his death in 1921.

Custodial history

Records were donated by Sir Donald Cameron MacDonald of Port Hood in 1981.

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Fonds consists of personal papers (1876-1901), appointments, deeds, stock certificates and business papers (1900-1921), and memorial cards.

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  • English

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A file list is available: MG 12.124

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Related material can be found in the Beaton Institute's book collection.

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