Collection MSG 432 - William Grant Collection

Letter from Brickwood, Pattle, & Co. to William Grant Copy of letter from Brickwood, Pattle, & Co. to William Grant Letter from Brickwood, Pattle, & Co. to William Grant Copy of letter from Brickwood, Pattle, & Co. to William Grant Copy of letter from Brickwood, Pattle, & Co. to William Grant Letter from Brickwood, Pattle, & Co. to William Grant Letter from Brickwood, Pattle, & Co. to William Grant Copy of letter from Brickwood, Pattle, & Co. to William Grant Copy of letter from Brickwood, Pattle, & Co. to William Grant Letter from François Laframboise to William Grant
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William Grant Collection

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CA RBD MSG 432

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  • 1792-1801 (Creation)
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    Grant, William, 1743-1810

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3 cm of textual records.

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(1743-1810)

Biographical history

William Grant (1743-1810) was a fur trader, merchant, and office holder. He was born in Kirkmichael, Scotland, son of John Grant and Genevieve Forbes and married on 27 Feb. 1787 to Marguerite Fafard, dit Laframboise, in Trois-Rivières, Que. They had five children. He died on 20 Nov. 1810 near William Henry (Sorel), Lower Canada.

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The collection contains business correspondence, including letters to William Grant and Grant, Campion & Co. from Brickwood, Pattle, & Co., 1792-1793, and letters from Brickwood & Daniell, John Blackwood, and McTavish, Fraser and Co., 1799-1800. There is also a bound letter book for Grant and Laframboise, Montreal, 1800-1801 with additional loose leaves of letter copies dating between 1798 and 1800.

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English.

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CH368 S328

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  • Box: R-430-1