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Papers relating to the Harford, Warren and Buchanan families, 1857 - 1951

documentary heritage
  • Description

    Chiefly correspondence, plus other papers, covering four generations descended from the maternal line.

  • Other Id

    MS-1994-29 (Reference Number)

    588 (Presto content ID)

    M 597 (DBTextworks system ID)

    94/29 (Registration number)

  • Department

Images and documents


  • Object Type
  • Name/Title
    Papers relating to the Harford, Warren and Buchanan families, 1857 - 1951
  • Primary Maker

     Doreen Buchanan (Compiler)

  • Date
  • Physical Description

    4 x folders (44 items)

  • Level of Current Record
  • Member Object

    44 items in this collection. View all items.

  • Related Object Notes
    Cenotaph database records for 9/2002 Charles John Warren and 55000 Douglas Warren.
    A small bible given to Susan Fitzsimons by Colonel Sir James E. Alexander is located in the Sacred Text Collection. (Call No. BS 185)
    Donor of this collection has a direct maternal line connection to Matthew Harford.
  • Public Access Text

    Doreen Buchanan's parents were James Buchanan and his wife Josey Warren. Josey Warren's parents were Charles Frederick Warren and his wife Mary Harford. Mary Harford's parents were Matthew Harford and his wife Susan Fitzsimons [Note: The surname 'Fitzsimons' appears as several variants].

  • Last Update
    07 Jul 2023
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