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Deeds and other documents

Series comprises:
1 & 2) Drafts of sale of lot 10 in the 18th concession of Tudor Township by Joseph Alvy Fry to Daniel Trumble, 1871
3) Draft deed by Thomas Ricketts relating to lots 66 and 67 in Lake Township (not dated)
4) Chattel mortgage by Edward Willson on a horse, a pregnant mare, a harness and a heavy lumber wagon, for $50 from David Hugh Kelly of Madoc, 1887
5) Fire insurance policy for Thomas Ricketts on a frame house lot 12 of concession 18 of Tudor Township, 1891
6) Sale by John and Jessie Wilson of Tudor Township to Thomas Ricketts and Daniel Lummiss of lots 68, 69 and 80 on the East Hastings Road in Tudor Township, 1906
7) Sale by John Howe of Tudor Township to Ricketts and Lummiss, miners, of right to mine lots 45 and 46 of the East Hastings Road, 1909
8) Witness statement by Ann Lummiss to sale in 7), 1909
9) Sale by Abel Airhart of Tudor Township to Thomas Ricketts and Daniel Lummiss of 10 acres of the northeast part of lot 70 on the east side of the Hastings Road, 1910
10) Treasurer's deed of a tax sale to Thomas Ricketts of lots 66 and 67 on the west side of the Hastings Road in Lake Township, 1910
11) Sale by Isaac Golding of Bancroft to Thomas Ricketts and Daniel Lummis, of right to mine lot 6 in the 19th concession of Tudor Township, 1912
12) Letter from B. Mallory, County Treasurer, to Thomas Ricketts of Gilmour, 1913
13) Agreement between Thomas Ricketts and Daniel Lummiss (first part) and William Fraser Bowen of Marmora (second part) to grant Bowen the right to mine lot 17 in the 11th concession of Lake Township, 1913
14, 15 & 16) Sale by Thomas and Ann Ricketts to James Lummiss of lots 66 and 67 on the west side of the Hastings Road in Lake Township, 1914
17) Canadian National Railways employee's pass for J. B. Ricketts, 1922
18) Letters of administration granted to Frederick Charles Ricketts and Jefferson Barton Ricketts over the property of Thomas Rickets, who died 31 July 1923, 1925
19) Witness statement by Eleanor Rate Thomson concerning an instrument executed by Fred Ricketts, Jefferson Ricketts and Annie Lummiss, 1925
20) Appointment of Charles A. Lummiss as attorney for Fred Ricketts, Jefferson Rickets and Annie Lumiss in the sale of mines and minerals in lot 17 of the 11th concession of Lake Township, 1925
21) Receipt from Mary Spicer and Harry Ricketts of Deseronto for a cheque from F. C. Ricketts, 1926
22) Claim from James H. Sprackett against Frederick Charles Ricketts and Jefferson Barton Ricketts for arrears of taxes on lots 10, 11 and 12 in the 18th concession and lot 7 in the 19th concession of Tudor Township, 1928
23) Empty envelope addressed to Mrs Mary Ricketts, with Christmas stamps, 1968
24) Blank form for a will (not dated)

Yearbooks

'Quintessence' or 'Quintessential' yearbooks for the following years:

  • 1955
  • 1956
  • 1957
  • 1958
  • 1959
  • 1960
  • 1961
  • 1962
  • 1963
  • 1964
  • 1965
  • 1966
  • 1967
  • 1968
  • 1969
  • 1972
  • 1973
  • 1973-1974
  • 1975
  • 1976
  • 1976-1977
  • 1978
  • 1979-1980
  • 1981
  • 1983
  • 1984
  • 1985
  • 1986
  • 1990
  • 1990-1991
  • 1991-1992
  • 1993
  • 1994
  • 1995
  • 2000-2001
  • 2002-2003
  • 2003-2004
  • 2004-2005
  • 2005-2006
  • 2006-2007
  • 2008-2009
  • 2009-2010
  • 2010-2011

Two 25th Anniversary yearbooks, one produced by the Reunion Committee and one by the students, 1979
Photocopy of 1989 'Gradbook'

Assessment rolls

Tax assessment records for Belleville, Ontario. Arranged by City ward, these records list the property owner, their occupation, the location and value of their property and the amount of tax owed. Years available and the reference numbers for each volume are listed below:

1853 CB 3/1/1
1854 CB 3/1/2
1855 CB 3/1/3
1856 CB 3/1/4
1857 CB 3/1/5
1858 CB 3/1/6
1859 CB 3/1/7
1860 CB 3/1/8
1861 CB 3/1/9
1862 CB 3/1/10
1863 CB 3/1/11
1864 CB 3/1/12
1865 CB 3/1/13
1866 CB 3/1/14
1867 CB 3/1/15
1868 CB 3/1/16
1869 CB 3/1/17
1870 CB 3/1/18
1871 CB 3/1/19
1872 CB 3/1/20
1873 CB 3/1/21
1874 CB 3/1/22
1875 CB 3/1/23
1876 CB 3/1/24
1877 CB 3/1/25
1878 CB 3/1/26
1879 CB 3/1/27
1880 CB 3/1/28 (In two parts: Baldwin, Bleecker, Coleman and Murney wards CB 3/1/28 (1); Foster, Ketcheson and Samson wards CB 3/1/28 (2))
1881 CB 3/1/29 (In two parts: Baldwin, Bleecker, Coleman and Murney wards CB 3/1/30 (1); Foster, Ketcheson and Samson wards CB 3/1/30 (2))
1882 CB 3/1/30
1883 CB 3/1/31
1884 CB 3/1/32
1885 CB 3/1/33
1886 CB 3/1/34
1887 CB 3/1/35
1888 CB 3/1/36
1889 CB 3/1/37
1890 CB 3/1/38
1891 CB 3/1/39
1892 CB 3/1/40
1893 CB 3/1/41
1894 CB 3/1/42
1895 CB 3/1/43
1896 CB 3/1/44
1897 CB 3/1/45
1898 CB 3/1/46
1899 CB 3/1/47
1900 CB 3/1/48
1901 CB 3/1/49
1902 CB 3/1/50
1903 CB 3/1/51
1904 CB 3/1/52
1905 CB 3/1/53
1906 CB 3/1/54
1907 CB 3/1/55
1908 CB 3/1/56
1909 CB 3/1/57
1910 CB 3/1/58
1911 CB 3/1/59
1912 CB 3/1/60
1913 CB 3/1/61
1914 CB 3/1/62
1915 CB 3/1/63
1916 CB 3/1/64
1917 CB 3/1/65
1918 CB 3/1/66
1919 CB 3/1/67
1920 CB 3/1/68
1921 CB 3/1/69
1922 CB 3/1/70
1923 CB 3/1/71
1924 CB 3/1/72
1925 CB 3/1/73
1926 CB 3/1/74
1927 CB 3/1/75
1928 CB 3/1/76
1929 CB 3/1/77
1930 CB 3/1/78
1931 CB 3/1/79
1932 CB 3/1/80
1933 CB 3/1/81
1934 CB 3/1/82
1935 CB 3/1/83
1936 CB 3/1/84
1937 CB 3/1/85
1938 CB 3/1/86
1939 CB 3/1/87
1940 CB 3/1/88

Later volumes are in the form of computer printouts and ordered by date only. Note that rolls from 1974 to 1995 are available on microfiche (CB 3/3/16):

1964 Foster ward
1964 Murney ward
1965 Wards 1-3, 5
1965 Wards 4, 6, 7
1966 Wards 1-3
1966 Wards 6-7
1967 Wards 1-4
1967 Wards 5-7
1968 Murney ward
1969 Wards 1-4
1969 Wards 5-7
1970 Wards 1-7
1970-1974 Section 42-43
1971 Wards 1-4
1971 Wards 5-7
1972 Wards 1-4
1972 Wards 5-7
1973 Wards 1-4
1973 Wards 5-7
1974 Wards 1-4
1974 Wards 5-7
1975 Wards 1-4
1975 Wards 5-7
1975-1977 Section 42-43
1976 Wards 1-4
1976 Wards 5-7
1978 Wards 1-4
1978 Wards 5-7
1978-1979 Section 43
1979 Wards 1-4
1979 Wards 5-7
1980 Wards 1-4
1980
1980-1986 Section 32-33
1981 Wards 1-4
1981 Wards 5-7
1981 Final business tax roll
1982 Wards 1-4
1982 Wards 5-7
1983 Wards 1-4
1983 Wards 5-7
1984 Wards 1-4
1984 Wards 5-7
1985 Wards 1-4
1985 Wards 5-7
1986 Wards 1-4
1986 Wards 5-7
1987 Wards 1-4
1987 Wards 5-8
1988 Wards 1-4
1988 Wards 5-8
1989 Wards 1-4
1989 Wards 5-8
1990 Wards 1-5
1990 Wards 6-8
1991 Wards 1-4
1991 Wards 5-7
1992 Wards 1-4
1992 Wards 5-8
1993 Wards 1-4
1993 Wards 5-7
1994 Wards 1-5
1994 Wards 6-8
1995 Wards 1-5
1995 Wards 6-8
1996 Wards 1-4
1996 Wards 5, 6
1996 Wards 7, 8
1997 Wards 1-3
1997 Wards 4-6
1997 Wards 7, 8
1998 Wards 1-4
1998 Wards 5-8
1998 (17 volumes)
1999 Wards 1-4
1999 Wards 5-7
2000 Wards 1-4
2000 Map 100 1, 2
2000 Wards 5, 6
2000 Wards 7, 8
2001 Wards 1-4
2001 Wards 1-4
2001 Wards 4, 5
2001 Wards 6-7
2003 (9 volumes)
2004 (10 volumes)
2005 (10 volumes)
2006 (9 volumes)
2007 (7 volumes)
2008 (10 volumes)
2009 (18 volumes)
2010 (12 volumes)
2011 (4 volumes)
2012 (4 volumes)

Minute books

Volumes cover the following dates:

  • 1914-1917
  • 1921-1923
  • 1935-1939
  • 1939-1944
  • 1944-1949
  • 1949-1955
  • 1955-1960
  • 1960-1964
  • 1964-1968
  • 1968-1971
  • 1971-1974
  • 1975-1978
  • 1978-1981

Registration cards

Registration cards for each student who attended Belleville High School and Belleville Collegiate Institute and Vocational School between 1900 and 1940. The cards are arranged alphabetically by surname. Information on each card includes the student's:

  • Full Name
  • Age
  • Address
  • Date of passing entrance examination
  • Date of entering High School
  • Religion
  • Father's occupatoin
  • Course of study/grade
  • Signature of parents
  • Date of leaving school

Box 1 A - Bel
Box 2 Ben - Burk
Box 3 Burl - Con
Box 4 Coo - Don
Box 5 Don - Ford
Box 6 Fors - Gym
Box 7 Ha - How
Box 8 Hub - Kyl
Box 9 La - Marn
Box 10 Mars - Myl
Box 11 Mc - Ow
Box 12 Pa - Reb
Box 13 Rey - Shar
Box 14 Shaw - Sy
Box 15 Ta - Way
Box 16 Wea - Z

Reports relating to water services in Belleville and Thurlow

Typescript reports by Gore & Storrie, consulting engineers of Toronto:
1) City of Belleville Report on Proposed Sewage Treatment Plant and Intercepting Sewers, 12 Mar 1945
2) Township of Thurlow Report on Proposed Water Distribution System for Area North and East of the City of Belleville, 11 Jun 1946
3) City of Belleville Utilities Commission Supplementary Report on Water Works System, 20 Feb 1948
4) Report on Sanitary Sewers and Sewage Treatment for the City of Belleville and Parts of Townships of Thurlow and Sidney, Feb 1957
5) The Belleville Utilities Commission Contract for the Construction of Water Purification Plant Extensions 1969, Dec 1969

Certificates

1) Declaration of Elected Office signed by the Mayor and Aldermen of the City of Belleville and City Clerk Earl M. Dafoe on January 3rd, 1977
2) Certificate of honorary life membership in the Army, Navy and Air Force Veterans in Canada Association, February 5th, 1977
3) 'Friends of Scouting' certificate presented to the City of Belleville by the Boy Scouts of Canada, Belleville District Council, April 10th, 1978
4) Certificate of Membership Emeritus for Ben J. Corke from the Salvation Army Advisory Board, May 3rd, 1993

Minutes

Minutes of the Township of Madoc:
1) 1840-1878 (including a list of lands for which patent deeds had been issued, up to 1 January 1857, list of landowners with quantities of wheat, peas and oats and the signature or mark of the landowners, and Court of Revision minutes, 1868-1877)
2) 1879-1905 (including a list of earmarks of animals for different farmers from 1851 to 1868 - https://www.flickr.com/photos/cabhc/36948480381/ - and list of patent deeds issued during 1857)
3) 1906-1943
4) 1944-1970
5) 1971-1982

Draft minutes:
6) 1945-1953
7) 1954-1961
8) 1970-1975
9) 1976-1978

Publications

Publications relating to the Belleville Fair and program for a race day at Belleville Exhibition Park:
1) Bay of Quinte District Agricultural Exhibition Prize List, 1897
2) Prize List for 1910 Belleville Fair
3) Prize List for 1913 Belleville Fair
4) Quinte Riding & Driving Club Harness Horse Races Program, 1970

Council Minutes

Minutes of the Council of the Town (later City) of Belleville, Ontario. From 1836 to 1959 the minutes were written in volumes. After that date, the minutes are unbound and kept in boxes by date, as follows:
1958-1962
1963-1964
1965-1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971 A
1971 B & 1972 A
1972 B
1973 A
1973 B
1974 A
1974 B
1975 A
1975 B
1976 A
1976 B
1977 A
1977 B
1978 A
1978 B
1979 A
1979 B
1980 A
1980 B
1981 A
1981 B
1982 A
1982 B
1983 A
1983 B
1984 A
1984 B
1985 A
1985 B
1986 A
1986-1987 A
1987 B
1987 C
1988 A
1988 B
1989 A
1989 B
1990-1991
1991
1992 A
1992 B
1993 A
1993 B
1994 A
1994 B
1995 A
1995 B
1996 A
1996 B
1997 A
1997 C
1998 Jan-Aug
1998 Aug-Dec

Education

These records document Gerry Boyce's personal education. It covers the period from his elementary school at Adelaide Hoodless Elementary School in Hamilton, through his secondary education at Hamilton Central Collegiate and on to his post secondary. This included an undergraduate degree at McMaster University, a Master's Degree at the University of Manitoba and education at the Ontario College of Education.

Minutes

Nine files of minutes and news clippings relating to meetings of the Women's Study Guild:
1) 1936-1939
2) 1939-1944
3) 1945-1955
4) 1955-1959
5) 1959-1966
6) 1966-1972
7) 1973-1982
8) 1983-1989
9) 1990-1998

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