Joseph Merrill Currier part of Cdn History project?

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I have been doing some work with the children of Philemon Wright as they are relations. 

I've come across a connection to Joseph Merrill Currier, who not only was really involved in the lumber trade in the Hull area with his inlaws but also built 24 Sussex Drive. 

Would this be a profile I would associate with the Canadian History Project do you think or just leave him as a notable? 

His profile is Currier-1211

WikiTree profile: Joseph Currier
in Policy and Style by Robin Helstrom G2G6 Mach 1 (13.7k points)
edited by Robin Helstrom
Could you reformat your question so that we can see the right hand side please? It might work better if you type it in rather than copy and paste.
Sorry Lynda! I think that’s better.

Big improvement Robin. Now we can see whole sentences and not just the first half of each line smiley

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The Ontario Project would be happy to include him as an Ontario notable since he lived and worked in the province. We're a sub-project of the Canadian History Project. I've added the Dictionary of Canadian Biography source to the profile and will add the sticker and category if you give me the go-ahead. Also found an early public domain photo of 24 Sussex if you want it added. And thanks for adding the Wright children!

I see Aaron's already added the sticker, but you do have a choice LOL.
by Laurie Cruthers G2G6 Pilot (142k points)
edited by Laurie Cruthers
Hi Laurie!

Thanks so much! I’m never certain with these notables!

Thanks for your input and the new sticker!! I love stickers!

Robin
You're very welcome, Robin, but I should be thanking you because now three Ottawa families are connected and their profiles have pics from the archives!

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