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HCHS Textual Records collection: Files 3500 to 3916 Family and personal life
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Bowerman, Violet

File contains writings by Violet Bowerman, 54 Crestview Ave., Belleville on her activities during the Second World War. The file also contains a copy of a book owned by her mother Violet M. Camken (died 1948) - "The Housekeeper's Companion" published by the Ladies Aid Society of Emmanuel Church, Belleville, 1933.

Bowerman, Violet Irene

Wanamaker papers

Papers of Loral and Mildred Wanamaker including Canada Post records (list of Belleville carriers) and supervisor bulletins, leases for Glebe Lands from Rev. John Grier and St. Thomas Anglican Church (1835-1871), voter's lists for Ameliasburg, 1965 and the Town of Trenton, 1909, and 15th ALI band program at Belleville, 1896.

Wanamaker, Castello Loral Roy

Intelligencer Time Capsule

The file contains a number of newspaper clippings from the 1930s about local residents and buildings. Also contains a piece of writing titled "The History of Friend Andrews told by Alexander Andrews (1959). The item is dated 20 January 1961 and is a genealogy of the Andrews family.

Peter Lennahan, 1893

The file contains an email from Ken Brown, Archives, Deseronto Public Library. The email contains a "local notice" from the Feb 17, 1893 issue of the Tribune and is about Peter Lennahan of Tyendinaga being injured while enroute from Tyendinaga to Belleville with a load of wood.

Boyce, Betsy Dewar

The file contains two newspaper obituaries for Betsy Dewar Boyce (born 27 March 1913, died 12 August 2007), copies of the memorial service, a newspaper article titled "Boyce remembered for love of history, volunteerism" and the address given at the Remembrance service on 21 September 2007.

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 1895 to 1925. Names include Phoebe Holbert, William Holbert, James Holbert, J. Wesley Holbert, Mouck and Geen.

Philippa Faulkner

The file contains a letter from Philippa Faulkner, dated 22 December 1991 and addressed to the Hastings County Historical Society in Belleville. There is a subsequent response to Mrs. Faulkner from the then president of the society Bernard Wright.

Louis Curtiss, Progressive Architecture

The file contains a letter from the United States Steel Corporation, dated 8-November 1963 addressed to the Mayor of Belleville. It includes an article about Louis Curtiss, reprinted from the August 1983 issue of Progressive Architecture magazine. Louis Curtiss was born in Belleville on 1-July-1865, the second son of Frances Elvira and Don Carlos Curtiss.

William Hutton Crypt

The file contains a letter from Gerry Boyce dated January 6, 1992 and addressed to Jack Arthur and the Directors of Hastings County Historical Society. The subject of the letter is the William Hutton Crypt Stone at the Belleville Cemetery.

G. & J. Brown Mfg. Co.; Brown's Carriage Factory

The file contains notes compiled by M.J. Throop; including notes on George A. Brown died 27 December 1893; George H. Brown died 1 April 1894; Brown's Foundry; G. and J. Manufacturing Co.; Lt. Col. James Brown, mayor of Belleville 1862-1863, head of the G. and J. Brown Agricultural Implements Manufacturing Company; Office Commanding 49th Battalion, Hastings Rifles.

Lt. Col. Marsh correspondence to Thomas Marsh 1915

File contains a copy of a letter dated 22 April 1915 from Lt. Col. Marsh, Commander of the 15th Regiment Argyll Light Infantry, Belleville to Mr. Thomas Marsh, Port Hope. Lt. Col. Marsh was looking for genealogical information for Colonel William Marsh, who fought in the American Revolution and settled in Canada as a United Empire Loyalist.

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