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The collection consists of microfilmed typescripts of letters sent by Joseph and Nathaniel Carrothers, mostly from Westminster Township, to their brother William in County Fermanagh and to their mother, 1839-1870. The letters concern farming, community development and their families. The letters contain exceptional detail regarding farming operations. This material is located on microfilm reel A-2164. The letters provide very great detail about their success at farming: acreage, taxes, buildings, machinery, fruit trees, harvests, farm stock, etc. The letters also make many references to family members and to the great advantages of emigration to Canada. There is a microfilmed photo of each man at the beginning of the typescripts.
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Joseph Carrothers was born in Farnagh, near Lisbellaw, County Fermanagh, Ireland and was the son of William, 1755-1836. Joseph had at least two brothers, Nathaniel and William. He and his brother Nathaniel emigrated to Canada in the year 1839 and farmed in Westminster Township, near London, Ontario. Nathaniel Carrothers was born in Farnagh, near Lisbellaw, County Fermanagh, Ireland, the son of William, 1755-1836. Nathaniel had at least two brothers, William and Joseph. Nathaniel and Joseph emigrated to Canada in 1839, settling in Westminster Township, near London, Ontario.
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