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George B. O'Malley Day Book, 1872-1889

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1872-1889
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2016-23
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Date Range
1872-1889
Physical Description
1 volume
History / Biographical
George Benjamin O'Malley was born on April 8, 1852 on Talbot Road, west of Wallacetown, and resided in the Township of Dunwich his entire life. His first wife, Louise, died at 21 years old in 1883 and he later married Isabella Gillies (1861-1932), with whom he had three children: Anthony, Peter and Mrs. James Thompson. O'Malley had an almost-50 year career in threshing and, according to his obituary, had visited almost every farm in the township during his professional career. He was also involved in municipal politics and served as a councillor for ten years. O'Malley died on January 13, 1926 and is buried at Black's Cemetery in Wallacetown.
Scope and Content
Day book maintained by George B. O'Malley for his threshing business in Wallacetown, Ontario. Includes entries for the years 1872-1889. The first page has the following inscription: "Geo. B. O'Malley / Canada Southern Stables / Day Book".
Name Access
O'Malley, George B.
Wallacetown (Ont.)
Subject Access
Agriculture

George B. O'Malley Day Book, 1874-1883

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1874-1883
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2016-23
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C3 Sh4 2
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2016-23
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Archives Storage Rm. 105
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textual records
Date Range
1874-1883
Physical Description
1 volume
History / Biographical
George Benjamin O'Malley was born on April 8, 1852 on Talbot Road, west of Wallacetown, and resided in the Township of Dunwich his entire life. His first wife, Louise, died at 21 years old in 1883 and he later married Isabella Gillies (1861-1932), with whom he had three children: Anthony, Peter and Mrs. James Thompson. O'Malley had an almost-50 year career in threshing and, according to his obituary, had visited almost every farm in the township during his professional career. He was also involved in municipal politics and served as a councillor for ten years. O'Malley died on January 13, 1926 and is buried at Black's Cemetery in Wallacetown.
Scope and Content
Day book maintained by George B. O'Malley for his threshing business in Wallacetown, Ontario. Includes entries for the years 1874-1883. The first page has the following inscription: "G. B. O'Malley / London Ontario".
Name Access
O'Malley, George B.
Wallacetown (Ont.)
London (Ont.)
Subject Access
Agriculture

George B. O'Malley Account Book, 1874-1875

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1874-1875
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2016-23
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C4 Sh4 B3 F1
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Archives Storage Rm. 105
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Date Range
1874-1875
Physical Description
1 volume
History / Biographical
George Benjamin O'Malley was born on April 8, 1852 on Talbot Road, west of Wallacetown, and resided in the Township of Dunwich his entire life. His first wife, Louise, died at 21 years old in 1883 and he later married Isabella Gillies (1861-1932), with whom he had three children: Anthony, Peter and a daughter identified as Mrs. James Thompson. O'Malley had an almost-50 year career in threshing and, according to his obituary, had visited almost every farm in the township during his professional career. He was also involved in municipal politics and served as a councillor for ten years. O'Malley died on January 13, 1926 and is buried at Black's Cemetery in Wallacetown.
Scope and Content
Account book maintained by George B. O'Malley for his threshing business in Wallacetown, Ontario. Includes entries for the years 1874-1875.
Name Access
O'Malley, George B.
Wallacetown (Ont.)
London (Ont.)
Subject Access
Agriculture

George B. O'Malley Ledger, 1870-1872

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1870-1872
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2016-23
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C4 Sh4 B3 F2
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2016-23
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Archives Storage Rm. 105
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C4 Sh4 B3 F2
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Date Range
1870-1872
Physical Description
1 volume
History / Biographical
George Benjamin O'Malley was born on April 8, 1852 on Talbot Road, west of Wallacetown, and resided in the Township of Dunwich his entire life. His first wife, Louise, died at 21 years old in 1883 and he later married Isabella Gillies (1861-1932), with whom he had three children: Anthony, Peter and a daughter identified as Mrs. James Thompson. O'Malley had an almost-50 year career in threshing and, according to his obituary, had visited almost every farm in the township during his professional career. He was also involved in municipal politics and served as a councillor for ten years. O'Malley died on January 13, 1926 and is buried at Black's Cemetery in Wallacetown.
Scope and Content
Ledger maintained by George B. O'Malley for his threshing business in Wallacetown, Ontario. Includes entries for the years 1870-1872.
Name Access
O'Malley, George B.
Wallacetown (Ont.)
Subject Access
Agriculture

George B. O'Malley Ledger, 1880-1882

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1880-1882
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2016-23
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C4 Sh4 B3 F3
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2016-23
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Archives Storage Rm. 105
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C4 Sh4 B3 F3
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textual records
Date Range
1880-1882
Physical Description
1 volume
History / Biographical
George Benjamin O'Malley was born on April 8, 1852 on Talbot Road, west of Wallacetown, and resided in the Township of Dunwich his entire life. His first wife, Louise, died at 21 years old in 1883 and he later married Isabella Gillies (1861-1932), with whom he had three children: Anthony, Peter and a daughter identified as Mrs. James Thompson. O'Malley had an almost-50 year career in threshing and, according to his obituary, had visited almost every farm in the township during his professional career. He was also involved in municipal politics and served as a councillor for ten years. O'Malley died on January 13, 1926 and is buried at Black's Cemetery in Wallacetown.
Scope and Content
Ledger maintained by George B. O'Malley for his threshing business in Wallacetown, Ontario. Includes entries for the years 1880-1882.
Name Access
O'Malley, George B.
Wallacetown (Ont.)
Subject Access
Agriculture

George B. O'Malley Ledger, 1891-1892

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Date Range
1891-1892
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2016-23
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C4 Sh4 B3 F4
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2016-23
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Archives Storage Rm. 105
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C4 Sh4 B3 F4
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Date Range
1891-1892
Physical Description
1 volume
History / Biographical
George Benjamin O'Malley was born on April 8, 1852 on Talbot Road, west of Wallacetown, and resided in the Township of Dunwich his entire life. His first wife, Louise, died at 21 years old in 1883 and he later married Isabella Gillies (1861-1932), with whom he had three children: Anthony, Peter and a daughter identified as Mrs. James Thompson. O'Malley had an almost-50 year career in threshing and, according to his obituary, had visited almost every farm in the township during his professional career. He was also involved in municipal politics and served as a councillor for ten years. O'Malley died on January 13, 1926 and is buried at Black's Cemetery in Wallacetown.
Scope and Content
Ledger maintained by George B. O'Malley for his threshing business in Wallacetown, Ontario. Includes entries for the years 1891-1892.
Name Access
O'Malley, George B.
Wallacetown (Ont.)
Subject Access
Agriculture

George B. O'Malley Ledger, 1923-1930

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1923-1930
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2016-23
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C4 Sh4 B3 F5
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2016-23
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Archives Storage Rm. 105
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textual records
Date Range
1923-1930
Physical Description
1 volume
History / Biographical
George Benjamin O'Malley was born on April 8, 1852 on Talbot Road, west of Wallacetown, and resided in the Township of Dunwich his entire life. His first wife, Louise, died at 21 years old in 1883 and he later married Isabella Gillies (1861-1932), with whom he had three children: Anthony, Peter and a daughter identified as Mrs. James Thompson. O'Malley had an almost-50 year career in threshing and, according to his obituary, had visited almost every farm in the township during his professional career. He was also involved in municipal politics and served as a councillor for ten years. O'Malley died on January 13, 1926 and is buried at Black's Cemetery in Wallacetown.
Scope and Content
Ledger, possibly maintained by George B. O'Malley and a family member, as entries are dated after O'Malley's death. Includes entries for the years 1923-1930.
Name Access
O'Malley, George B.
Wallacetown (Ont.)
Subject Access
Agriculture

George B. O'Malley Account Book, 1903-1904

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1903-1904
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2016-23
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C4 Sh4 B3 F6
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2016-23
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Archives Storage Rm. 105
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C4 Sh4 B3 F6
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Date Range
1903-1904
Physical Description
1 volume
History / Biographical
George Benjamin O'Malley was born on April 8, 1852 on Talbot Road, west of Wallacetown, and resided in the Township of Dunwich his entire life. His first wife, Louise, died at 21 years old in 1883 and he later married Isabella Gillies (1861-1932), with whom he had three children: Anthony, Peter and a daughter identified as Mrs. James Thompson. O'Malley had an almost-50 year career in threshing and, according to his obituary, had visited almost every farm in the township during his professional career. He was also involved in municipal politics and served as a councillor for ten years. O'Malley died on January 13, 1926 and is buried at Black's Cemetery in Wallacetown.
Scope and Content
Ledger, possibly maintained by George B. O'Malley with entries for the years 1903-1904.
Name Access
O'Malley, George B.
Wallacetown (Ont.)
Subject Access
Agriculture

George B. O'Malley Account Book, 1897-1900

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1897-1900
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2016-23
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C4 Sh4 B3 F7
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2016-23
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Archives Storage Rm. 105
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C4 Sh4 B3 F7
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textual records
Date Range
1897-1900
Physical Description
1 volume
History / Biographical
George Benjamin O'Malley was born on April 8, 1852 on Talbot Road, west of Wallacetown, and resided in the Township of Dunwich his entire life. His first wife, Louise, died at 21 years old in 1883 and he later married Isabella Gillies (1861-1932), with whom he had three children: Anthony, Peter and a daughter identified as Mrs. James Thompson. O'Malley had an almost-50 year career in threshing and, according to his obituary, had visited almost every farm in the township during his professional career. He was also involved in municipal politics and served as a councillor for ten years. O'Malley died on January 13, 1926 and is buried at Black's Cemetery in Wallacetown.
Scope and Content
Ledger maintained by George B. O'Malley for his threshing business in Wallacetown, Ontario. Includes entries for the years 1897-1900.
Name Access
O'Malley, George B.
Wallacetown (Ont.)
Subject Access
Agriculture

George B. O'Malley miscellaneous records

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File
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Date Range
1897-1900
Accession Number
2016-23
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C4 Sh4 B3 F8
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George B. O'Malley fonds
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File
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2016-23
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Archives Storage Rm. 105
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C4 Sh4 B3 F8
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textual records
Date Range
1897-1900
Physical Description
0.1 cm of textual records
History / Biographical
George Benjamin O'Malley was born on April 8, 1852 on Talbot Road, west of Wallacetown, and resided in the Township of Dunwich his entire life. His first wife, Louise, died at 21 years old in 1883 and he later married Isabella Gillies (1861-1932), with whom he had three children: Anthony, Peter and a daughter identified as Mrs. James Thompson. O'Malley had an almost-50 year career in threshing and, according to his obituary, had visited almost every farm in the township during his professional career. He was also involved in municipal politics and served as a councillor for ten years. O'Malley died on January 13, 1926 and is buried at Black's Cemetery in Wallacetown.
Scope and Content
File cotnains handwritten notes, likely created by George B. O'Malley, mostly including notes about business accounts. File also includes an obituary for O'Malley, who died on January 13, 1926.
Name Access
O'Malley, George B.
Wallacetown (Ont.)
Subject Access
Agriculture

George B. O'Malley fonds

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Elgin County Archives
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George B. O'Malley fonds
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Fonds
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textual records
Date Range
1870-1930
Accession Number
2016-23
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C4 Sh4 B3
C3 Sh4 1
C3 Sh4 2
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George B. O'Malley fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Accession Number
2016-23
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Archives Storage Rm. 105
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C4 Sh4 B3
C3 Sh4 1
C3 Sh4 2
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textual records
Date Range
1870-1930
Physical Description
9 volumes
0.1 cm of textual records
History / Biographical
George Benjamin O'Malley was born on April 8, 1852 on Talbot Road, west of Wallacetown, and resided in the Township of Dunwich his entire life. His first wife, Louise, died at 21 years old in 1883 and he later married Isabella Gillies (1861-1932), with whom he had three children: Anthony, Peter and a daughter identified as Mrs. James Thompson. O'Malley had an almost-50 year career in threshing and, according to his obituary, had visited almost every farm in the township during his professional career. He was also involved in municipal politics and served as a councillor for ten years. O'Malley died on January 13, 1926 and is buried at Black's Cemetery in Wallacetown.
Scope and Content
Fonds contains ledgers and account books maintained by George B. O'Malley for his threshing business in Wallacetown, Ontario, for the years 1870-1930.
Name Access
O'Malley, George B.
Wallacetown (Ont.)
Subject Access
Agriculture

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