Williamson, Catherine G.

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Williamson, Catherine G.

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Catherine G. Williamson was a school teacher in Edmonton. She was married to Matthew S. Williamson, who for some time, worked variously as a meat cutter, clerk, and elevator operator in the city. A relative, Joseph Williamson, perhaps his father, worked as a tanner at the Great Northern Tannery. The Williamson's appear to have inherited some of the records of the Edmonton Tannery, as the Great Northern Tannery was later known. The family also inherited the records of John B. Lidstone, a local Edmonton businessman.

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City of Edmonton Archives

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