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A tribute of sympathy and affection written to Mrs. James Harris on the death of her husband
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MS-2-108, SF Box 23, Folder 6
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1 page (1 folder)
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Mrs. James Harris was born on December 26, 1850 in London, England as Eliza Mary Theakston, daughter of Major Taylor Theakston and Sophia Wood. In 1876 she married James H. Harris, a gardener and later a florist in Halifax, Nova Scotia who died on February 28, 1902 following an accident. He was an active member of Charles Street Church, where he served as a trustee, treasurer, usher, and assistant superintendent of the Sunday School. Eliza Harris died on December 11, 1921.
The item was accessioned by Dalhousie University Archives in 1971. Prior to that, the item had been in the custody of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Oickle of Bridgewater, Nova Scotia.
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Item is a tribute of sympathy and affection written by officials at Halifax's Charles Street Church to Mrs. James Harris on the death of her husband in 1902.
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Preferred citation: A tribute of sympathy and affection written to Mrs. James Harris on the death of her husband, MS-2-108, SF Box 23, Folder 6, Dalhousie University Archives, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
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- Harris, Eliza, 1850-1921 (Creator)