Part EA - Secord Family

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Secord Family

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  • Textual record - published

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CA EDM MS-46-EA

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  • 1877 - 1975 (Creation)
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    Secord Family

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58 photographs. - 2 books

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Name of creator

(1860-current)

Biographical history

Keltie, Gene Secord 1897-1981
McFadyen, Lena Secord 1895-1993
Secord, Annie York 1868-1951
Secord, Isobel 1902-1993
Secord, Margaret Calder 1905-1980
Secord, Richard Henry 1860-1935
Secord, Richard Calhoun 1955-current
Secord, Richard York 1900-1987

The Secord family in Edmonton can trace its roots to the James Secord family of Ontario (1700's), and earlier to the Ambroise Sicard family in New Rochelle, New York (1600's).

Richard Henry Secord came to Edmonton as a young man from Ontario in 1881. He married Annie York and they had five children - Lillian Laura, Annie Helena (Lena), Imogene (Gene), Richard York, and Isobel.

Lillian Laura died in infancy. Lena Secord married Alexander McFadyen, Gene Secord married George Keltie, and Richard York married Margaret Calder.

Richard York Secord and Margaret Secord had one son, Richard David Secord, and one adopted son, Ken Kirsch Secord.

Richard David Secord married Delle Calhoun and they had seven children - Richard Calhoun, Christopher, David, Dean, Kerry, Laura, and Mark.

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Scope and content

This part consists of records of the Secord family that include more than one family member of the Richard H. Secord family or pertain to members of the extended Secord family.
The photographs include travel and trips made by the Richard H. Secord family members, as well as the Secord home, Chateau Rochelle.

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Immediate source of acquisition

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The material was arranged by the archivist by subject.
The photographs were assigned item numbers with the prefix EA-9.

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      Photographs have been described at the item level; some are available on the online database, with the remainder available in the Reference Room.
      File list available online.

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      General note

      Accession numbers: A70-14, A72-1, A74-50, A75-19, A75-86, A79-22, A84-6

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      City of Edmonton Archives

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