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  • Title
    Series 01: Margaret Gilfillan papers of Captain James Porter and the Porter, Martin, Eastmure and Pines families, 1815-2005
  • Creator
  • Level of description
  • Date

    1815 - 2005
  • Type of material
  • Reference code
  • Physical Description
    0.49 metres of textual material (3 boxes and 1 folder)
  • Scope and Content
    SERIES 01 PART 01
    MLMSS 8566 BOX 1
    Material concerning Captain James Porter and Mary Woodhead including letterbook of the Hebe and Sesostris, 1815-22 with transcription; records of the Porter family compiled and researched by Michael Flynn; notes on the Porter family and the Woodhead family.
    Material concerning James Porter, William Henry Porter, Charlotte Porter and Charles Sidney Porter (the children of Captain James Porter).
    Material concerning James Porter, George Porter, Caroline Porter, Charlotte Porter, Martha Porter/Martin/Eastmure and Joseph Porter (grandchildren of Captain James Porter) and Mary Porter nee Hall.
    Family Tree

    SERIES 01 PART 02
    MLMSS 8566 BOX 2
    Material concerning the Martin family being various letters and documents, 1787-1899.
    Material concerning the Martin family being letters received by Eleanor Frances Pines (nee Martin), 1799, with transcriptions.
    Material concerning Martha Porter and her husbands Edward Martin and J. George Eastmure including portraits, marriage certificates, correspondence. etc.

    SERIES 01 PART 03
    MLMSS 8566 BOX 3
    Material concerning the Pines family notably Frederick Pitt Pines, and his daughter Stella Pines. Material includes family tree, research notes, portraits, certificates, correspondence, ephemera and Stella Pines' photograph album documenting her career as an army nurse in World War I.

    SERIES 01 PART 04
    MLMSS 8566 Folder 4
    Family trees of Martha Porter's first and second marriages containing information about descendants born after about 1950; Newspaper article about Queen Susan of Albania. (Restricted).
  • Access Conditions
    Partly restricted: - - Folder 4
  • Copying Conditions
    Copyright status:: In copyright - This collection has multiple rights owners
    Research & study copies allowed: Applies only to material in which the author has been deceased for more than 50 years
  • General note

    State Library of New South Wales collection of World War I papers
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