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The fonds contains notes on the Keys family.
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The fonds contains notes on the Keys family.
The fonds consists of a letter from his daughter regarding family news, dated April 21, 1844 at Alexandria.
The fonds consists of a letter from Samuel Willard offering to forward mail as well as a copy of a letter from Samuel W. Knowlton regarding ploughing, dated September 4, 1826 at Shefford.
Jones, Col. John
The fonds consists of a marriage certificate of William Johnson and Abigail Hastings dated April 14, 1857.
The fonds contains primary source information regarding Joel H. Ives, including Deeds and agreements.
Ives, Joel H.
The fonds consists of an account and receipt to Samuel Willard of £3-12-0 dated September 20, 1800 at Ascott and an order from Ebenezer Dorman to Gilbert Hyatt dated December 17, 1800 at Ascott.
The fonds consists of a tavern-keeper bond from April 15, 1846 in Brome as well as a bond as tavern-keeper dated April 15, 1848 at Brome.
Huntley, Ethen R.
The fonds consists of an account of land surveyed by Capt. Holland, a bond to Joshua Willard of £50, as well as a newpaper article on Henry Augustus Prevost Holland, grandson of Major Samuel Holland, dated May 25, 1792.
The fonds consists of secondary source infromation regarding John Holbrook, including copies of letters concerning Samuel and Abijah Willard.
The fonds consists of a certificate from Samuel Willard that Isaac Heliker, who lost an arm in the War of 1812, and survived, dated November 4, 1825 at Shefford, an order to pay two small amounts dated April 25, 1826 at Shefford, instructions to Thomas Douglass to draw his pension and send it to Samuel Willard dated November 6, 1826 at Bolton, a quit claim to Elizabeth Hillaker, widow of Stephen P. Knowlton, as well as a family record of Isaac and Melinda Heliker, dated October 5, 1867 at Waterloo.
The fonds consists of a commission as Ensign in Second Battalion Militia of the Townships dated October 27, 1812 at the Castle of St. Lewis.
The fonds consists of a warrant creating George Harris, Baron of Seringapatam and Mysore and of Behnont, on parchment, dated August 8, 1815 at Westminster.
The fonds consists of an agreement between Moses Harrington and Alijah Thomas concerning making potash dated March 25, 1826, a complaint of James Harrington before Samuel Willard, J.P., dated November 29, 1826 at Shefford as well as an order to pay Abijah Willard six shillings one pence dated September 8, 1834 at Shefford.
The fonds consists of a complaint of Charles Grimes before Samuel Willard, J.P., with a subpoena of witnesses, dated June 18, 1827 at Shefford, an affidavit of witnesses dated June 21, 1827 as well as a Last Will and Testamentof Benjamin H. Grimes dated July 21, 1858 at Stanbridge.
The fonds consists of seven memos and receipts.
The fonds consists of an agreement by the creditors of Samuel Willard dated May 24, 1826 at Montreal and a copy of a letter from Abijah Willard dated September 6, 1826 at Shefford.
Gates, Horatio & Co.
The fonds consists of a commission as Capitain in "The Shefford Loyal Volunteers" dated March 30, 1838 at Montreal.
Garlick, William A.
The fonds consists of a bond to Isaac Gilbert, Isaac Bowen and Ichabod Young dated October 1, 1800.
The fonds consists of a copy of a letter from Samuel Willard regarding land affairs dated March 3, 1796.
The fonds consists of a Bachelor of Arts diploma issued by Dartmouth College, on parchment, from 1806.
The fonds consists of an authority to collect account dated September 5, 1832 at Milton.
Goff, E. W.
The fonds consists of an Inventory of the property of the late Abram Goddard, with a memo of the date of birth, marriage and death of Mary Caroline Goddard, dated June, 1825.
The fonds consists of a receipt for board and tuition, with the same receipt also in French, dated March 2, 1830 at St. Hyacinthe as well as a letter from Samuel Willard re an account dated Febuary 28, 1831 at Stukely.
Girouard, Rev. Antoine
The fonds consists of a warrant in the case of Crown vs. James Gilling, dated October 6, 1827, at Brome, a subpoena of witnesses, dated October 6, 1827, at Brome, a memo of costs in the case of Crown vs. James Gilling, dated October 7, 1827, and a testimoney of witnesses, dated December 17, 1827, at Shefford.
The fonds contains primary source information regarding Jonathan and Richard, two brothers who settled in Shefford County, including deeds and legal documents relating to Charles and Lewis Frost, that could be sons of Richard Frost.
John and Richard Freligh fonds
The fonds consists of three receipts for small amounts, dated 1814 and 1817, and a notice to the voters of St. Armand East.
Freligh, John and Richard
The fonds consists of a complimentary pass on the South Eastern Railway dated July 9, 1873 as well as a magazine article relating to the presentation of a painting of the Hon. A.B. Foster, and incidents in his early railroad career, dated December, 1945.
Foster, Asa B.
The fonds consists of a letter from Miss Patterson regarding an obligation of Nicholas Austin dated February 5, 1801 at Farnham.
The fonds consists of a Deed from the Crown for one hundred acres in the Township of Sutton dated June 26, 1852 at Quebec, two newspaper notices regarding Ferres involvement in the riots of 1849 first his charge, and secondly his discharge from Montreal goal, dated April 18, 1849 at Montreal, as well as an address given by J.P. Noyes K.C., before the Knowlton Reading Club of 1901 in which Noyes refers to the electing of Ferres as Brome County's first M.P. and a BCHS Column in the Eastern Townships Advertiser Nov. 29, 1962 in which Harry B. Shufelt writes on same subject.
Ferres, James Moir
The fonds consists of a summons to appear before Samuel Willard, J.P., at Frost Village dated June 24, 1828.