Fonds glen-2449 - Wilson, Fullerton family fonds

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Wilson, Fullerton family fonds

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GLEN glen-2449

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23 photographs

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John S. Wilson was born in England, came to Sarnia, Ontario in the 1880s and then moved to the Lethbridge area of Alberta in 1893. He also lived in Canmore and then settled in Calgary. He and his wife, Mary, had at least three children, Annie Weston, William and Margaret (MacNeil). Annie Weston Wilson, 1885-1967, married Ernest Redpath "Jake" Fullerton, 1882-?, in 1907 and they had six daughters, Marian Ruth, ?-1953, Freda (Purmal), Cicely (Morgan), Anne (Davie), Jean (Lambert) and Hazel (Roberts). In 1913 the family moved to Bragg Creek where they ranched and worked as guides in the area until 1945 when they moved to Calgary. They later moved to Victoria, British Columbia.

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The fonds consists of photographs of Fullerton family and ranch, and Wilson family and their activities in Canmore and Calgary.

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Gift of Freda Purmal, 1960-1981.


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Record No. PA 240;NA 265<br><br>

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