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Alfred Chipman (Accession No. 1923.001-CHI/8)

Alfred Chipman

Rev. Alfred Chipman (1834-1918) was educated at Horton Academy and Acadia College. He received a B.A in 1855, an M.A. in 1858, and a Honourary Degree in 1912.  He was a Baptist minister with pastoral charges in many area of Nova Scotia. In 1832, he married Alice Shaw.

Digital records consist of personal correspondence received by Alfred Chipman, including a letter from Alice Shaw.

Original records are held by and available through the Esther Clark Wright Archives. For a full description of these records, refer to the Finding Aid.

Related material can be found in Alice (Shaw) Chipman, 1923.001-CHI.



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Wendy Robicheau
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