- Indenture between Albert Kennedy Beveridge of Windsor and Henry Beveridge of Kirkcaldy, concerning the settlement fund of Elizabeth Sarah Beveridge 1863, indenture between Henry Beveridge and Henry Beveridge, the younger, concerning the settlement fund of Elizabeth Sarah Beveridge 1865. Both indentures are on the same document
Papers of the Beveridge Family of Kirkaldy, Fife, Scotland
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Administrative / Biographical History
Little is known of the Beveridge family or their business. Albert Kennedy Beveridge , a corporal in the Royal Horse Guards at Windsor, Berkshire, England, decided to go to New Zealand in 1863 and to cover his expenses he sold his indenture to his brother Henry Beveridge of Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland . Henry Beveridge passed on this indenture in turn to his son Henry in 1865 .
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Loan : Business Archives Council : 1962
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This material was originally held by the Business Records Association (reference BRA 641) who transferred it to the Business Archives Council who transferred it to the Economic History Department, Glasgow University. Management of the collection transferred to Glasgow University Archives in 1975.
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Title element altered by Jenny Cooknell , Assistant Archivist, 6 September 1999