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W-MCP5-6.300 TO ISAAC BALDWIN MCQUESTEN from his step-mother Elizabeth Fuller McQuesten
Jan 1 1865
To: Isaac Baldwin McQuesten, [Upper Canada College]
From: Hamilton, Ontario

[THIS LETTER IS ALMOST ILLEGIBLE ON THE MICROFILM.]

[THE MICROFILM INDEX STATES:]

"Mother [Elizabeth Fuller McQuesten] to Isaac, 1865,1 Willow Bank.2 Dr. Ormiston filling church, "They enjoy his sermons." Delegation from New York--refuses to go there."


1 Only the year of this letter is known. The date of Jan 1st has been assigned to this document for classification purposes.


2 Willowbank was the original name for the McQuesten home, now known as Whitehern. Mary Baker McQuesten changed it to Whitehern in 1885.




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The development of this website was directed by Mary Anderson, Ph.D. and Janelle Baldwin, M.A.
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