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Amos Wright Collection


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  • Photograph of a couple related to the Wright family
    Image       A photograph in a gold frame depicting a couple related to the Wright family.
    Image     A photograph in a gold frame depicting a couple related to the Wright family.
  • Letter of Abraham Wright
    Text       ...April the 3 – 1860 This to Amos Wright Esq. Mp Quebec This is to let you...
    Text     ...April the 3 – 1860 This to Amos Wright Esq. Mp Quebec This is to let you...
  • Genealogical notes of Purdy family
    Text       ...1860...
    Text     ...1860...
  • Circular of Ottawa City Hall
    Text       ...Circular City Hall, Ottawa, 10th August, 1860 Sir, I have much pleasure...
    Text     ...Circular City Hall, Ottawa, 10th August, 1860 Sir, I have much pleasure...
  • Genealogical note concerning members of the Wright family
    TextGenealogical Resource       A genealogical note concerning members of the Wright family with indication of dates of birth and marriages.
    TextGenealogical Resource     A genealogical note concerning members of the Wright family with indication of dates of birth and marriages.
  • Genealogy of Ebenezer and Samuel Wright
    Text       Genealogy of Samuel Wright (in part), Plymouth, Mass., and list of family members of Ebenezer Wright.
    Text     Genealogy of Samuel Wright (in part), Plymouth, Mass., and list of family members of Ebenezer Wright.
  • Letter of Rev. Stephen Wright
    Text       A letter of Rev. Stephen Wright.
    Text     A letter of Rev. Stephen Wright.
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Amos Wright Collection


Amos Wright (1809-1881) was elected as the first reeve of Markham Township in 1850. He was member of Parliament for East York from 1851-67, and chairman of the October 1857 meeting that supported the incorporation of Richmond Hill as a village. His collection includes more than 50 original documents: photographs, personal and business letters, notes, genealogical records, certificates, and small artifacts.