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"Masonic Sun," 1899

File contains two original issues of the Masonic Sun, May 26, 1899 and November 24, 1899. The earlier issue contains a profile of Douglas Ponton, formerly of Hastings County, newly appointed Grand Superintendent of the Toronto District.

'Hasty-Pee's' Colour Presentation 1964

File contains a printed booklet entitled “Presentation of Colours to the Hastings and Prince Edward Regiment by the Honourable W. Earle Rowe, P.C.” 17 May 1964. Also present are the following printed booklets: The Hastings and Prince Edward Regiment Canada : a short history / by Lt. Col. K.D.H. Willcocks, ca. 1967; Guide for Officers: The Hastings and Prince Edward Regiment, n.d.; The Hastings and Prince Edward Regiment Canada : Customs and Traditions of the Regiment / by Lt. Col. K.D. H. Willcocks, 1968. File also includes newspaper articles concerning the presentation of colours on 17 May 1964, and a printed poster of the colours of the Hastings and Prince Edward Regiment.

'Seaview Gazettes' and family history notes

Various printed, typescript and manuscript items, including: Poem or hymn "We're traveling home to Heaven above" signed "Mrs Jamieson, 1862" Four editions of 'The Seaview Gazette', a printed publication produced by Mrs J. J. B. Flint, Miss Edith P. Jones and Miss Mary A. Holton in Belleville, January to May, 1894 Annotated typescript listing family members of Mackenzie Bowell Jamieson (born 1875) Flyer for the Holton Reunion, held in the Old Holton Homestead, Mount Hermon, Massachusetts on 29 August 1924 Certificate of registration of birth for Donald Mackenzie Holton (born 8 September 1915), made 1 October 1932 Letter to Arthur E. Hickey of Morrisburg about a Moore family bible

'Stirling Odds & Ends'

Items from a binder labelled 'Stirling Odds & Ends'. Includes: Photograph of three women and four men, c.1910, given by Terry Bust ("one is his grandfather & uncle") Newspaper clippings relating to Stirling buildings and history Huntingdon Township Voters' List, 1948 Souvenir booklet of the 90th anniversary of St. John's Anglican Church, Stirling, 1950 Order of service for St. Paul's United Church, Stirling, 8 June 2008 Photocopy of 1890 Fire Insurance map showing Mill and North Streets, Stirling Items relating to the history of the Bank of Montreal in Stirling Printed 'Stirling Centennial Souvenir', 1967 Butler and Young family trees 'Souvenir Story of our school Allan & Williams Mount Pleasant - Rawdon Township' by Mrs Percy MacMullen, 1968 'Sidney Baptist Church celebrates 165th' by Lewis Zandbergen 'Sidney Baptist Church' by Harry V. Faulkner, Lorne C. Reid and Luella Carson, 1976 Unveiling of historical plaque in memory of Asa Turner at Sidney Baptist Church, 27 May 1984 'Those Radical Elzevirs!' by Michael Dawber 'The History of St. Thomas [Anglican] Church Rawdon, 1892-1973' 'Grace Chapel Stirling' by Everett Elliott, c.1980

15th Battalion Argyll Light Infantry : visit to Albany, 1899

File contains two newspaper articles concerning a ceremonial drill of the Governor General's Foot Guards of the 15th Battalion, Argyll Light Infantry at the capital grounds in Albany, New York on September 5, 1899. Also present is sample of the notepaper with official crest of the Battalion. The items are derived from the W.N. Ponton Military Papers.

1885 Northwest Rebellion Campaign: list of “A” & “H” Company Belleville Veterans

File contains a photocopied typescript letter from Chas. S. Clapp to Lt. Col. William Nisbet Ponton dated October 29, 1914 concerning the A. and H Companies of the Midland Battalion at Batoche during the Northwest Rebellion of 1885. Also present is a photocopied typescript list of veterans from the two companies who served during the Rebellion.

1885 Rebellion : Letters from Cr. Sgt. Wrighton 1885

.File contains several newspaper clippings in which eyewitness accounts of the 1885 Northwest Rebellion by Colour Sergeant William Thomas Wrighton, Belleville, of the Midland Battalion, are reproduced. Also present is a photocopied offprint of an article from Saskatchewan History, Vol X111, no.3 (Autumn, 1960), entitled “The Campaign of 1885: A Contemporary Account,” by G.F.G. Stanley. The article is based in part upon the letters of William Thomas Wrighton. Also contains a photocopied typescript memoir by William Hubbard ca. 1914 recounting his participation in the Riel Rebellion in 1870

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