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Fonds AM860 - Arthur Morton collection

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Arthur Morton collection

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  • Textual record

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AM860

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  • 1890-1984 (Creation)
    Creator
    Morton, Arthur

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0.01 m of textual records

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John Morton lived in Yorkshire in the late eighteenth century. Sam Brighouse and John Morton, descendant of John Morton, and William Hailstone, came to the Cariboo and eventually to Vancouver. At one time they owned much of the district west of Burrard Street. Joseph Morton, son of John Morton, was a Vancouver real estate broker.

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The collection consists of family history and genealogical material concerning the descendants of John Morton (b.1764); copy of a letter from John Morton (b.1834); copies of letters from Joseph Morton, Vancouver real estate broker, to Beaumont Morton, 1913-1926; photographs.

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Donated by Arthur Morton in 1984.

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  • Box: 590-D-01 fld 14