Collection MSG 434 - Charlotte Frobisher Collection


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Charlotte Frobisher Collection

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1 bound volume (33 leaves) ; 31 cm

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Charlotte Frobisher, née Jobert, was the daughter of the surgeon Jean-Baptiste Jobert and Charlotte Larchevêque the sister-in-law of Charles-Jean-Baptiste Chavoillez. She married Joseph Frobisher (1740-1810), the fur trader in 1779, and lived in Montreal.

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This material documents the estate of Mrs. Charlotte Frobisher and includes a copy of her will and an inventory, 1820.

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Primarily in French with some English.

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Photostat preservation copies available in bound volume (also containing estate papers from James McGill Fonds, MSG 435).

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Ledger bound in marbled paper.

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  • Box: R-433-1