The file contains a statement by Abijah Willard as agent of the Dunn Estate re the complaint of S. Blake and a bound photostat copy of the agreement between the Hon. Thomas Dunn and associates, 24 pages, dated August 30, 1796.
Notice (handwritten) to all persons indebted to Hon. Thomas Dunn on Seigneury of St. Armand and Dunham to make payments without delay to the subscriber Philip Ruiter, Agent, or actions will be commenced.
The fonds contains primary and secondary source documents related to Ernest Fleury (1860-1953), private and public notary, who practiced in Knowlton, including personal and professional papers, and a photo album that belonged to her daughter Juliette Fleury, where we see Ernest Fleury on many photographs.
The series contains primary and secondary source textual records relating to the Bancroft family, including various Bancroft genealogy documents, "The Ornament of Great Price - A Sermon-Memoir of Mrs. Harriet Bancroft Cutler", an Oath of Office of C.D. Bancroft and correspondence.
This file consists of a Mills family album, with an inscription inside: "Mother's album. Dave". It was the album of Elizabeth (Betsy) Rea (1834-1865), who was married in Montreal to James Mills Jr (1831-1903). They had three children: David Bloss, James Clawson and Robert Emefer. Many of the photos were quickly identified by David, helping us get acquainted with many relatives.
The series consists of primary and secondary source documents relating to the Mitchell family, including genealogical correspondence mentioning the George Mitchell and Jane Armstrong descendants, a sketch of Thomas Mitchell, and a note book written by Homer Acton Mitchell.
Portrait of three generations of Mizeners. The older couple are Mr. and Mrs Martin Mizener of West Bolton. She was Maria Ware. The younger couple is Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mizener, son of above. She was May Lawson. Their children are Lester at back, George and Rupert Mizener, seated. Frank Mizeners lived on the Cross road. They were great friends of Hiram and Minnie Phelps. Hiram and Frank played at dances.
The fonds contains primary source documents relating to Captain Eli W. Hall of East Farnham. The documents consists of two invitations addressed to Captain E.W. Hall and Ladies, to attend annual ball ceremonies in Sweetsburg.
The series consists of photographs of Pettes family members, including two photo albums from the Pettes-Sweet and Pettes-Brown families, loose and framed photographs relating to Jeremiah and Nathaniel Pettes' families.