Digital copy of a photograph of Henry Thompson, member of the 49th (Belleville) Regiment during the Fenian raids of 1866. His entry in the Canada General Service Medal Register, 1866-1870 (RG 9, II, A 5 Vol. 4 at Library and Archives Canada) is available online at http://central.bac-lac.gc.ca/.item/?op=pdf&id=e008681734
Information provided by donor about this individual: Born 1 May 1835 In Wexford Ireland Arrived in Canada 1851 First daughter born Aug 1862 Served in military June 1866 Fenian Raids Found on the 1871 Census in Thurlow First wife Ann Casey died 1 Feb 1875 Married Mary Frances O'Conner 16 May 1876 in Belleville Found on the 1881 census in Thurlow Found on the 1891 census in York West, Found on the 1901 census in Toronto Juction Found on the 1911 census in York South Died 6 March 1914 at home 2119 Dundas Ave (St) W
Bound 1976 reprint of the Bancroft Old Home Week (August 6th-9th, 1961) souvenir programme, written by author-editor Mr. A. F. 'Mike' Burns of Bancroft. List of genealogies available at Bancroft Public Library.
Minute books for: 1931-1933; 1934-1937; 1937-1940 Scrapbook with photographs and brief biographies of men from Sidney Township, Hastings County, who had enlisted in the Second World War. The men included are: Francis Armstrong Harder Bonisteel John M. Burkitt Ward Stiles John Welbourne George Halsall Ray Sine James W. Murray Lawrence Trewley Dan McLaren Roy Seeley J. W. Bulman Grant L. Fox Keith C. Fox Charles Chard Leonard Chard Horace Chard Murray Chard Maxwell Chard
Minute books for 1917-1918; 1918-1919; 1919-1920; 1926-1928; 1928-1930; 1937-1938; 1939-1944; 1945-1948. Microfilm of minute books 1926-1967.
Tweedsmuir history of the Chatterton Women's Institute, compiled by Nora Prest between 1955 and 1967. Includes photographs, maps, and news clippings relating to the Halloway area of Sidney township, Hastings County, Ontario. Master negative of microfilm of Tweedsmuir histories.
Three registers of Harbour Dues paid by ships offloading cargo at the Port of Belleville between 21 September 1939 and 5 December 1946. The registers record the date; the name of the ship; the quantity and nature of the cargo; the recipient; the dues owing and the date they were paid. Entries are signed by the harbour master: Joseph Waddell until 5 October 1945 and George Oliver Tice after that date.
Scanned image of a photograph of the house at 153 Victoria Avenue, Belleville, Ontario. The house was built by Charles Frederick Smith in around 1878 and sold by Smith to John Wesley Johnson in 1889 for $4,250. Johnson was the Principal of the Ontario Business College in Belleville and Mayor of Belleville, 1897-1900, and Member of the Provincial Parliament for Hastings West, 1908-1919.
Hastings County Historical Society. Building Research Committee