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HCHS Textual Records collection: Files 3500-3999 Land, settlement and immigration
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Holbert Family Papers

This file contains original copies of the Holbert Family Papers including: mortgages, deeds, insurance policies, correspondence, extension agreement, Sheriff's notice, indenture and abstract, dating from 18995 to 1925. Names include Phoebe Holbert, William Holbert, James Holbert, J. Wesley Holbert, Mouck and Geen.

Brett History

This file contains a hard cover book, written by John Brett McGeachie, of the Brett Family History & Genealogy. Walter Brett (1836-1917) for whom Brett's Lake, Lots 86-87, East Side, Hastings Road Survey, Tudor Township was named, letters written between 1871-1909. Also letters written from Curtis Brett to his son (1775-1780) and Walter Brett's letters.

Clements, Daniel

File contains original Land Grant to Daniel Clements dated 15-September-1869 for 31 acres composed of Lot No. 58 on the south west side of the Hastings Road, Township of Tudor, in the County of Hastings.

OHF Correspondence re: Captain Meyers

The file contains a copy of a letter from The Ontario Heritage Foundation dated 20-February-1992 and addressed to Mrs. Jane Goddard and Captain Christopher Almey. The subject of the letter is with regards to a new plaque to be erected on the site of Captain John Meyers' brick house.

Donnan Family Collection

"The file contains the original documents from the 1800's:
1) 1847 Deed - Francis McConnell & Wife to Adam H. Meyers - Huntingdon Twp., Con. 4, Lot 2, 100 acres
2) 1879 Probate/Will Joseph Donnan (deceased) - Huntingdon Twp., Con. 4, Lot 2, part
3) 1879 Deed - Mary Ann Donnan to James Donnan - Huntingdon Twp., Con 1, Lot 2, part
4) 1879 Mortgage - James Donnan et al. Huntingdon Twp., Con. 4, Lot 2, part
5) 1903 Deed - Bathea Garratt and James Donnan - Huntingdon Twp., Con. 4, Lot 2, part
6) 1917 Mortgage - Samuel J. Donnan and Jennie Donnan - Huntingdon Twp., Con. 4, Lot 2, part
7) 1917 Deed - James Donnan and Samuel J. Donnan - Huntingdon Twp., Con. 4, Lot 2, part
8) 1919 Mortgage - Samuel J. Donnan and James Donnan - Huntingdon Twp., Con. 4, Lot 2, part
9) 1919 Deed - James Donnan to Samuel J. Donnan - Huntingdon Twp., Con. 4, Lot 2, part
10) 1923 Mortgage - George M. Wright et al to Blanche Dafoe Marcellus - Huntingdon Twp., Con. 5, Lot 3, part
11) 1951 Mortgage - Jeremiah Ernest Marcellus - Huntingdon Twp., Con. 5, Lot 3, 50 acres
12) 1960 Deed - Samuel J. Donnan to Samuel J. Donnan and William Robin Donnan - Huntingdon Twp., Con. 4, Lot 2, part
13) 1962 Deed - Jennie Holgate to William Robin Donnan - Huntingdon Twp., Con. 5, Lot 3, part"

Manly Duncan McDonald Papers

"The file contains the 30 original documents from the 1800's. Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance certificates and receipts. Names included in the documents are: D.M. Defoe, James Weir, William Vance, Samuel Vance, N.S. Apple, John Goodfellow, Philip Shannon, Joespeh Weir, Alex Roberts, Robert Arkles, Emery Arkles, William Climpson, Peter Merrills, C.J. Pope, J.S. McKeown, Hugh Erwin Weir, Angus Martin, Farley

Simmons Family Papers

This file contains original documents donated by Charlotte Kuntze, daughter of Fanny Finkle. Papers regarding lot 2, con 6 of Sidney owned by Eliza Ann Simmons, contain abstract record, will, mortgage and correspondence.

Alan Rayburn Collection

The file contains a letter from Alan Rayburn dated 23-August-2002. Along with the letter there are copies of some responses received by James White, Canada's chief geographer, dated 1905-1909, from postmasters in Hastings County providing information on how and when each place was named.

Harrowsmith Country Life

The file contains a copy of the magazine Harrowsmith Country Life, October 2003 Issue, No. 172 with the caption "Then & Now Photography; A Fond Look at the Changing Rural Landscape. On page 2 there is an article with pictures titled "The More Things Change; A black and white look at the changing character of rural Ontario."

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