Series 3 - Assessment rolls

Transcription of Banger, Herschel, McClure, Monteagle and Wicklow assessment roll Bangor, Herschel, McClure, Monteagle and Wicklow assessment Transcription of Carlow-Mayo assessment roll Carlow and Mayo assessment Elzevir assessment Hungerford assessment Huntingdon assessment Madoc assessment Marmora and Lake assessment Rawdon  assessment Sidney assessment Stirling assessment Thurlow assessment Trenton assessment Tudor, Wollaston, Limerick and Cashel assessment Tyendinaga assessment Bangor, McClure and Wicklow assessment Carlow and Mayo assessment Mill Point [Deseronto] assessment Dungannon and Faraday assessment
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CA ON00156 CH/3

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Assessment rolls

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  • 1871, 1879-1906 (Creation)

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35 volumes

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Archival history

These records, with the exception of the 1871 volume, were transferred to the Archives of Ontario by the Hastings County Historical Society in 1972.

Immediate source of acquisition or transfer

All volumes except the 1871 assessment roll were received from the Archives of Ontario in Spring 2016. The 1871 volume had remained in the custody of the Hastings County Historical Society.

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Scope and content

These volumes are records of property values and the taxes levied on the owners of properties in Hastings County. They generally are arranged by township or municipality and record the name, age, religion and occupation of the owner, the lot and concession number of the property, its value and the amount charged as tax.

The townships and municipalities covered in these rolls are:

  • Bangor, Wicklow and McClure
  • Carlow
  • Deseronto [called Mill Point until 1881]
  • Dungannon
  • Elzevier and Grimsthorpe
  • Faraday
  • Hungerford
  • Huntingdon
  • Limerick
  • Madoc
  • Marmora and Lake
  • Marmora village
  • Monteagle and Herschel
  • Rawdon
  • Sidney
  • Stirling
  • Thurlow
  • Trenton [included up to 1883]
  • Tudor and Cashel
  • Tweed
  • Tyendinaga
  • Wollaston

Note that from 1901 the assessment rolls are split across two volumes, with municipalities in the first half of the alphabet in volume 1 and later ones in volume 2. The alphabetical division between the two volumes is not the same in every year, so check the individual description to be sure of ordering the correct volume.

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F 1700-1

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