Roy Wilson Webber fonds

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Roy Wilson Webber fonds

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Accession number: 2008.004

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  • 1914-1931 (Creation)
    Creator
    Webber, Roy Wilson

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3 leaves of textual records

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(1900-1977)

Biographical history

Roy Wilson Webber was born January 11, 1900 in Lakeville and died in Boston, MA in 1977. He was the son of Lydia (nee Webber) and William Albert Webber and brother of Ned Webber. Roy attended school in Lakeville until 1915. He worked as a salesman for Burroughs Adding Machines in Halifax and later moved to Boston around the 1960s, where he continued to work as a salesman.

Custodial history

Records are believed to have come into the possession of the Lake Charlotte Area Heritage Society in 2003 in a trunk of mixed papers belonging to Roy's mother Lydia Webber. The trunk was brought to the LCAHS by Roy's nephew, Ford Webber.

Scope and content

Fonds consists of two school certificates of graduation; one to certify that Roy Wilson Webber passed the grade nine in 1914 and one to certify that he passed the grade ten provincial examination in Halifax in 1915. Also included is a poll tax form from 1931.

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Donated by Ford Webber in 2003.

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  • English

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Open to researchers without restrictions.

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