CA ON00156 M/M440-2221
- 1873 (Creation)
Level of description
Extent and medium
1 cardstock reproduction and 3 sketches on tracing paper (various sizes)
Name of creator
John James Haslett was born on June 17, 1811 at Sanfield House, Tyrone County, Ireland, the child of Matthew Haslett and Sarah McCrae. He received his education to be a surveyor in Ireland, and later when on to survey England and the south coast of Ireland. Around 1842, he came to Canada. After six months of training with P.L.S. John Emerson, he became a Provincial Land Surveyor. He then moved to Belleville, Ontario and began surveying Upper Canada. In February 1851, he married Frances Colhoun Woods. He died in Belleville on January 21, 1878 leaving his wife, four sons and three daughters.
Immediate source of acquisition or transfer
Donated by Gerry Boyce.
Content and structure area
Scope and content
A reproduction of a Tracing of a Part of the Village of Trenton showing the names of some of the principal streets. Original map made in 1873 and held at the Archives of Ontario. Scale 4 chains to an inch.
3 tracings of a bridge located in the village of Trenton at the time.