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Nom de l'objet : photograph
Titre : Margaret Hubbard Deveber
Catégorie de l'objet : Communication Artifacts
Sous-catégorie de l'objet : Documentary Artifact
Médium : silver print
Support : paper
Numéro d'accession : 2009.29
Culture : Canadian
Date de fin de production : c. 1950
Commentaires : Photographic reproduction of a silhouette image of Margaret Hubbard Deveber, (1754 - 8 April 1813), daughter of Nathaniel Hubbard, (1712-1772) and Mary Quintard. She married Loyalist Gabriel Deveber, (1752 - 23 May 1827), son of Gabriel Deveber, (c. 1731 - 1735 in Switzerland - 26 July 1810) and his first wife Mary Burke, at Stamford, Connecticut. Gabriel Deveber later became High Sheriff of Sunbury County, resided at Burton, and he and Margaret Hubbard Deveber are buried at Christ Church, Maugerville, Sunbury County, New Brunswick. Children: Gabriel N. Deveber (1785 - 11 May 1838); Nathaniel Hubbard Deveber (1785 - 7 August 1877); William Edwin Nelson Deveber (1789 - 4 February 1865); Leverett Hubbard deVeber (1790 - 3 February 1876); Mary Deveber, (c. 1793 - June 1853). Nathaniel Hubbard Deveber married Mary Elizabeth White (1779 - 14 February 1844) of Gagetown, on 18 September 1847 at Saint John, New Brunswick. Nathaniel and Mary resided at Gagetown where he served as the High Sheriff of Queens County. Their son, another Gabriel Deveber, (1820 - 24 October 1854) married his first cousin Benjamina M. Gabriella Deveber, (1822 - 25 March 1892), daughter of Leverett Hubbard Deveber (1790 - 3 February 1876) and Margaret Ann Hubbard (17 March 1793 - 8 November 1866). Benjamina and Gabriel Deveber lived at the gothic revival Deveber House, Gagetown, New Brunswick, built by Nathaniel H. Deveber c. 1850. Children: Nathaniel Dudley Deveber (1848 - 16 September 1929); Mary Elizabeth W. Deveber (1850 - January 1851); Leveret Isaac Deveber (1851 - 31 December 1894); William Boies Deveber (1853 - April 1854; Gabriel Deveber (1854 - 1934) who married Annie Hewlett (1855 - 1927), local artist. Silhouette images were popular art works in the early 19th century and experienced a revival in the 1890s and early 20th century and were created through the strategic placement of light and tracing the shadow of the subject's profile on paper. Paper profile often transferred to textile backgrounds and sometimes cut out and attached to dark textile backgrounds creating a relief appearance. This work, a photograph of the silhouette image, was created for members of the extended family as a keepsake in the mid 20th century. It represents a unique view of one of the members of a prominent Gagetown family, and an interesting representation of the silhouette technique.
Hauteur : 14.2
Unité de mesure linéaire : cm
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Ville de l'établissement : Gagetown
Province de l'établissement : New Brunswick

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