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Elmer Family

File contains a photocopied manuscript biographical sketch of lawyer and council member, Andrew Ball Elmer, together with genealogical information regarding the Elmer Family of Belleville, compiled by G.E. Boyce.

Boyce, Gerry

Gerry Boyce records

  • CA ON00156 GB
  • Fonds
  • 1939-2015

This group of records documents the educational, personal, political, research, and cultural activities of Gerry Boyce from his schooldays onward.

Boyce, Gerry

Photographs and text of 'Historic Hastings, Volume Two'

  • CA ON00156 2018-119
  • Series
  • 2012

Five files of photographs and one file containing the 2012 text of Gerry Boyce's book 'Historic Hastings, Volume Two'. The photographs show scenes in Hastings County and include some Boyce family photographs.

Boyce, Gerry

Photographs of 43 and 47 Bridge Street West, Belleville

  • CA ON00156 2018-144
  • Collection
  • 11 September 2013

Collection comprises 33 digital photographs and coloured prints of the interior and exterior of the 'Riverboat' house at 47 Bridge Street West and the property immediately behind it, when it was up for sale. The photographs were taken by...

Boyce, Gerry

Plans for Proposed Hastings Heritage Centre

Plans for a Proposed Hastings Heritage Centre in former Thurlow Township Municipal Hall and Offices, located at 154 Cannifton Rd. North. By Gerry Boyce, Susie Boyce, Carson Cross. The former Historical Society and Archives until 2016.

Boyce, Gerry

Rebellion of 1837 / G. Boyce

File contains extensive typescript notes transcribed by Gerry Boyce from newspaper, archival and secondary sources concerning recruitment of volunteers, and military action in the Rebellion of 1837. Also present are mimeographs of two essays con...

Boyce, Gerry

Sidney Township : Glen Ross

File contains a manuscript history of Glen Ross from its founding ca. 1859 as the settlement of Tupperville to ca. 1918, by Mrs. Arthur Pyear. Also present is a letter from Mrs.Arthur Pyear to Gerry Boyce, 3 June 1965 accompanying the history.

Boyce, Gerry

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