|Title||Mary Ann Hilborn newspaper clippings|
|Object Name||Clipping, Newspaper|
|Dates of Creation||1934 - [19--]|
Two newspaper clippings concerning Mary Ann Hilborn, nee: Mary Ann Peirson, also known as Mary Ann Pierson, enclosed in the 1915 diary of John Peirson:
a) June 27, 1934 "Extraordinary tumor removed" re: Dr. Laird of Owen Sound and Mrs. Mary Ann Hilborn
b) "Mrs. W. Hilborn" obituary
Part of the John Peirson fonds (A988.033.001-.082), this item was enclosed in the 1915 diary of John Peirson (A988.033.058).
|Finding Aids||Finding aid listing John Peirson diaries and all of their enclosures is available.|
|Finding Aid and Transcription Links||John Peirson fonds finding aid, with itemized list of diary enclosures|
John Peirson ( 1839 - 1934), sometimes known as "Pierson", and Sarah Barkley (March 9, 1838 - September 5, 1916) were married in or around 1862 in Oxford County. After moving to Bruce County in or around 1863, they cleared their homestead near Burgoyne, on lots 2 and 3, River Range B, in Saugeen Township, Bruce County.
John and Sarah had three children:
a) Mary Ann ("Molly") was born in 1862 and married W. Ross Hilborn, a druggist in Tara, in 1898. After Mr. Hilborn's death, in 1905, Mary Ann eventually moved to reside in a house on her father's homestead;
b) Robert married Margaret Lamont in 1894 and moved to St. Catharines as a young man;
c)William married Catherine Black in 1902 and lived near or with his father. William and Catherine had 4 children: Robert Melvin, Margaret Marie, John Duncan, and William Ross. Both William and Catherine died in 1964.
|Provenance||These records were transferred to the Archives by the University of Western Ontario in 1988, their file No. CA9ONPEI225Y8D31 OE|
|Collection||Peirson, John fonds|
Hilborn, Mary Ann (Peirson)
|Level of Description||Item|