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Bundle

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Description: 

Archive Material Concerning Holyrood Flint Glassworks: Bundle: personal letters and papers &c of John Ford, some refer to sale of tomb by Managers of the Kirk and Kirkyard Fund of Canongate, 1820; the commissioning of a portrait of Mrs Ford, 1820-21; premiums for life insurance and marine policies in connection with sea voyages to Australia and New Zealand, 1839-1866; Thomas Murray and family's legacy from Mrs Ford, 1839; sundry household accounts and personal loans to friends, 1819-1800; note from Edward Lackland, Leith Glassworks, re date when John Ford's uncle and James Geddes started glass manufacture, 1839; letters on family affairs from Mrs Pauline Ford to her husband John Ford from Petersburgh, Elsingor and elsewhere abroad, 1835; letters from Mrs Mary Wilson to her brother, John Ford re purchase of house, 1837; letters on family affairs from Mrs P Barland to her brother, John Ford from Amiens, 1822 letters in friendly terms from J McNaughton at sea off Wick and Stromness to John Ford, 1837; letters from Thomas Leighton in East Cambridge, Boston USA to John Ford conveying family information and dealing briefly with trade in America, 1838-1848; letters to John Ford in Sydney from William Bailey concerning family and business matters, 1832

ID:  84076

Currently kept at: Museum of Edinburgh

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