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Octavius Bayliffe Ebsworth papers, ca. 1846-1958

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Octavius Bayliffe Ebsworth papers, ca. 1846-1958

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MLMSS 1679

Record identifier

92eV2pPY

Octavius Bayliffe Ebsworth papers, ca. 1846-1958

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Octavius Bayliffe Ebsworth papers, ca. 1846-1958

Date

ca. 1846-1958

Call Numbers

MLMSS 1679

Record Identifier

92eV2pPY
Physical Description

Contents

4 volumes, 1 box and 1 (5cm.) box of textual material

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6.

Microfilm : CY 285 (Volume 2) ; CY 286 (Volume 3) ; CY 287 (Volume 4) ; CY288 (Volume 5) ; CY 289 (Box 6)

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SCOPE AND CONTENTS

Contents

4 volumes, 1 box and 1 (5cm.) box of textual material

Series 1: Ebsworth and Barker families, 1556-19-
Box 1
Item 1
Correspondence and papers re O.B. Ebsworth, 1849-1870, genealogy of Ebsworth family, 1556-1958, and Barker family, 1818-19-. Manuscript and printed

Series 2: O.B. Ebsworth, 1846-1870
Item 2
A. Notebook,...

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Octavius Bayliffe Ebsworth papers, ca. 1846-1958

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Information upgraded from Manuscripts Leaf Catalogue No. 1 (6-452 C) as part of the eRecords Project, 2010-2011

CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION

Administrative / Biographical history

O.B. Ebsworth, 1827-1870, was a son of Thomas Ebsworth, woolbroker. He married Frances Mary, daughter of James Barker. On arrival in Australia he joined Mort and Co. and in 1860 started his own business as a woolbroker. From 1862 he owned Barker's woollen mill, Sussex Street, Sydney

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MLMSS 1679

Record Identifier

92eV2pPY

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422367

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