Fonds - Estelle (d'Entremont) d'Eon fonds

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Estelle (d'Entremont) d'Eon fonds

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3 cm of textual records

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Estelle Marie-Thérèse d'Entremont, the daughter of Nicholas d'Entremont and Anne Vitaline Amirault, was born 13 May 1879. She married Stillman Leonard d'Eon on 20 September 1911. They lived in Yarmouth and the surrounding area for their entire lives. She died 20 August 1974.

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These records were a part of the Pere Clarence d'Entremont accession, transferred to the Musee acadien in 1994.

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Fonds consists of four volumes of diaries kept by Estelle d'Eon, including a description of a trip from Pubnico to Saint-Joseph, New Brunswick made with her family in 1926: her brother Jim d'Entremont, his wife Helene Elisabeth Anne, "tante Annie" and Estelle d'Eon. Her journals also record marriages and deaths in the Pubnico area from 1893-1901, and the daily occurrences her life from 1907-1911 and 1969-1973.

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Records are in English and French.

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