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Lacolle

The file consists of photographs showing views of St. Bernard, Church and St. Mary Streets as well as a quilting bee, the railway bridge and businesses in Lacolle.

Other families

The series contains primary source material on families that had a connection to the Dericks. It consists of research notes, newspaper clippings, family registers, correspondence, legal documents, scrapbooks, The series is comprised of the following subseries; Andrews, J.R (1883-[18--?]), Beerwort (1891-[198-?]), Brisbin, James Thomas (1848), Christie, Gabriel ([19--?]), Cochrane, Frank ([19--?]), Colton ([197-?]-[199-?]), Cutting (1928, [198-?]-[1993?]), Eaton, Wyatt ([197-?]-[199-?]), Flagg ([1834?]-[1993?]), Friott ([19--?]), Greer ([197-?]), George ([1828?]-[2003?]), George, B.C (1979), Hawley ([1789]-[19--?]), Holt ([19--?]), Hunt ([1991?]), Hunter ([19--?]), Huntington ([19--?]), Hulbert ([1978?]-[199-?]), Hurd (1968-1972), Huxley (1995), Johnson ([1972?]-[199-?]), Kemp, James (1832-[19--?]), Lambie ([19--?]), Livingston, Darcy Gary (1970-[198-?]), Longeway (1838, 1974-[198-?]), Luke ([19--?]), Lyon, C.G ([196-?]), MacCallum ([19--?]), MacDowell, Thain Wendell (1816-[2002?]), MacFie ([19--?]), Mitchell (1993), Mock ([198-?]-[199-?]), Naylor (1862-1992), O'Connor ([19--?]), O'Hea, Timothy ([1988?]), Odell ([1844?]-[19--?]), Patterson, Richard (1960-[198-?]), Robinson ([196-?]), Rowe-Hewson ([1918?]-[198-?]), Ruiter (1782-1799, [198-?]-[199-?]), Ryan ([19--?]), Saxe ([19--?]), Scott ([197-?]), Shand ([1971?]-[197-?]), Snider ([19--?]), Stewart, Rev. Charles James ([19--?]), Stevens ([199-?]), Stone (1975), Struthers ([195-?]-[199-?]), Taylor, Rev. Ernest ([1938?]-[19--?]), Townsend ([18--?]-[19--?]), Van Vliet (1889-1993), Vaughan (1770[reproduction]-1993), Williams (1854-[19--?]), and Young ([198-?]-[199-?]), Mayo (1824), Eyby (1830-1804), Trepannier (1815-1939), Caldwell (1801), Gustavsson (1904), Other people (1794-1949), Genealogical research binders ([196-?]-[199-?], and Genealogical correspondence (1965-1972).

Benjamin Vaughan

The file contains information on the life of Benjamin Vaughan in Connecticut and St. John's (now Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu) from 1778 to 1853. It consists of reproductions of a court judgement declaring Benjamin Vaughan an enemy of the United States and for the seizure of his property, a letter from Benjamin Vaughan and James Bissett regarding the salary for a clergyman, and a record of obligation of Benjamin Vaughan to Charles Pierce.

Patterson, Richard

The sub-series contains information on collected by Richard Patterson. It consists of reproductions correspondence, particularly regarding Pliny Moore, and correspondence between Richard Patterson and Mylo MaCallum and Herbert Derick regarding historical and family research.

Josephus Vaughan

The file contains secondary and primary source information on the property and military career of Josephus Vaughan in New England and Missisquoi County from 1778 to 1988. It consists largely of photocopies and transcripts of correspondence and research notes.

Vaughan

The sub-series contains secondary and primary source material on the Vaughan family of Missisquoi County and Selkirk, Manitoba from 1778 to 1993. It consists mainly of photocopies of original correspondence, photographs, and certificates; research notes and correspondence; and family trees. The sub-series is comprised of the following files: Family Research (1785 [photocopied 1968]-1993), Amos H. Vaughan (1784 [photocopied]-[1965?]), Gershom Vaughan ([197-?]), Josephus Vaughan (1778 [photocopied]-1988), Lynds S. Vaughan (1865 [photocopied]-[198-?]), Reuben H. Vaughan (1839-[198-?]), and Benjamin Vaughan (1778[photocopied]-1853[photocopied]).

Military

The subseries contains information on various militia and military regiments, with particular focus on those established in the Eastern Townships from 1780 to 1993.

Roger's Rangers

The file contains information on James Roger's Rangers (also called the Queen's Loyal Rangers and King's Loyal Rangers). It consists of correspondence and collected research by Herbert Derick, copies of muster rolls and returns, as well as an issue of the newsletter "The Battlements" (dated spring 1991), a newspaper article, and an issue of Townships Week on a historical reenactment of Roger's Rangers raid at Odanak (dated 1987).

Huntingdon

The sub-series contains information on the Huntingdon family in 1784. It consists of a reproduction of an indenture for Simon Huntingdon.

Derick family

The series contains primary source material on the various members of the Derick family. It consists of newspaper clippings, marriage agreements, correspondence, family trees, biographies, legal documents, pocket atlas, marriage certificates, record of military service, and deeds. The series is comprised of the following files; Genealogy manuscript (1980-[199-?]), Adelaide Derick ([193-]-[196-?], reproductions), Annie J. Derick ([1884?]-1975), Brian Derick (1959-1999), Carrie Derick ([1912?]-1992), Charles Derick (1841-1910), Christopher I Derick (1784 [reproduction], [194-?]-1972), Conrad Derick (1795-[198-?]), Elizabeth Derick (1852 [reproduced 1969]), Frederick Derick ([18--?]-[192-?]), George C. Derick (1900-1980), Gerald V. Derick (1942-1948), Harvey M. Derick (1947, 1988-1990), John Philip Derick (1816-1853 [reproductions]), Mack Derick (1979-1982), Morris C. Derick (1867-1955), Ray L. Derick (1912-1975), Robert Derick (1843-1857 [reproductions]), Rodney Derick (1879-[19--?]), USA Dericks (1812-1813, 1928-1961 [reproductions]), William Derick II (1847-1852 [reproductions]), William Johnson Derick (1815-1907), Derick Misc. ([1911]-[197-?]), Correspondence ([ca. 1963]-1994), and Other Research ([196-?]-[199-?]), Mary Brust Derick (1827), Catherine Kolehammer Derick (1839-1861), Myron L. Derick (1890-1904), Gertrude Coolidge Derick (1891-1907), Florence L. Derick (1891), Ernest E. Derick (1890-1909), Flora A. Hunter Derick ([after 1895], 1923), Newbury E. Derick (1865-1919), Jacob Derick (1818), Mabel E. Derick (1907-1912), Melvin C. Derick (1890-1907), Heinrich/Henry Derick (1817 [reproduction]), William Derick (1840-1863 [reproductions]), Philip Derick (1784-1833), Asahel H. Derick (1884-1915 [reproduction], Other Derick family (1840 [reproduction]-[1971?].

Christopher Derick I

The sub-series contains information on the military life of Charles Derick I in New Brunswick from 1784 to 1972. It consists of copies a muster roll of men from the King's Orange Rangers that were settled in St. Andrew's, New Brunswick; a copy of a scrapbook page regarding loyalist settlement in St. Stephen, New Brunswick; and a letter to Herbert R. Derick regarding his research.

Amos H. Vaughan

The file contains secondary source information on the personal and professional life of Amos Hawley Vaughan in Missisquoi County and Selkirk, Manitoba from 1784 to about 1965. It consists of biographical information and family information, a transcription of an obituary, and reproductions of correspondence and newspaper articles. It also includes photograph reproductions of Amos H. Vaughan, his wife, Nancy Smith, Robert Struthers, Eliza Struthers, Mary Hawley Smith and her husband.

Philip Derick

The sub-series contains primary source information about the property of Philip Derick in Caldwell's Manor from 1784 to 1810. It consists of land transactions, receipts, and a loyalist compensation receipt. It also includes a chest that was reported brought with Philip Derick when he emigrated from New York around 1780.

Derick, Philip (1749-1825)

MacCallum

The sub-series contains information on the MacCallum family in Caldwell’s Manor from 1785 to 1991. It consists largely of reproduced correspondence, as well as a map of the grave stones on John MacCallum farm.

Family research

The file contains largely secondary source information on the Vaughan family in New England and Missisquoi County from 1785 to 1993. It consists of genealogical and biographical research notes, correspondence, family trees, and a report titled "Vaughan Loyalists of Stanbridge, Quebec" by Pamela C. Johnson, as well as photocopies of original documents from the Vaughan family.

Christie

The sub-series contains information on Gabriel Christie from 1786 and around the 1960s. It consists of reproduction of a land deed between Gabriel Christie and Conrad Derick and a history of the Gabriel Christie house on Viger in Montreal.

Young

The sub-series contains information on the Young family in Missisquoi. It consists of a Lutheran catechism book from 1786, correspondence, and research documents.

Hawley

The sub-series contains information on the Hawley family in Caldwell’s Manor from 1789 to 1971. It consists of a settlement permit and Loyalist compensation for Ruben Hawley, as well as research, notes, and correspondence.

Ruiter, John

The sub-series contains information on John Ruiter from 1792 to around the 1990s. It consists of a land transaction, an appointment of an executor, and research notes.

Other people

The sub-series contains primary source information on various people from the area of Missisquoi County from 1794 to 1949. It consists of land transactions, correspondence, and a business card. Among the people represented in the file are: M.A. Hungerford, Mildred E. Hardy, G.G. Stewart, John Slater, Antoine Laberge, Henry Sheldon, Joshua Hammond, Henry Hoose, Henry Emerick, Duncan Dewar, David Tryon, Maria Hudson, Robert Wright, Ernest Dawson, Sidney N. Smith, and Hannah (née Smith?) Richardson.

Conrad Derick

The sub-series contains primary and secondary source information on the life of Conrade/Conrad Derick in Noyan, Quebec from 1795 to about the 1980s. It consists of land transactions, business and personal correspondence, military and professional appointments, receipts, and biographical history notes.

Derick, Conrade (1774-1842)

Dussault/Dusseault

The sub-series contains information on the Dussault (Dusseault) family in the area of St. Hyacinthe from 1799 to 1917. It consists largely of notarized documents, land deeds, and receipts.

Frederick Derick

The sub-series of contains information on the property and family of Frederick Derick in Noyan from the early 1800s to the early 1900s. It consists of family records and a copy of a land transaction between Frederick Derick to his son, Truman B. Derick.

Townsend

The sub-series contains information on the Townsend family from 1800 to about 1900. It consists largely of land deeds, marriage certificates, and correspondence.

Whitam

The sub-series contains information on Joseph Whitam from 1801. It consists of a survey report by Joseph Whitam for Philip Derick.

Caldwell

The sub-series contains information on John Caldwell in 1801. It consists of a debt obligation.

Luke

The sub-series contains information on the Luke family in St. Armand from 1803 to the 1910s. It consists largely of reproductions of land deeds and correspondence.

Eyby

The sub-series contains information on the Eyby family in Caldwell’s Manor from 1803 to 1804. It consists of inventories, an agreement and a receipt.

Masonic Lodges

The subseries contains primary sources material on masonic lodges and freemasonic appendant bodies from 1817 to 1976. It consists of a minute book, a sermon preached before the members, and a lease pertaining to Nelson's Lodge No. XIV (No. 14, Noyan); by-laws, an invitation to a masonic banquet, a membership card, and lists of officers for Clarenceville Lodge, No. 91 (Clarenceville); a dispensation warrant and by-laws for Hoyle Lodge, No. 60 (Lacolle); a masonic calendar from St. Johnsbury, Vermont; an invitation to a masonic call, Danville, Vermont; a list of officers and a letter for Mount Orford Lodge, No. 48 (Georgeville, Quebec); by-laws for Glenorm Lodge, No. 86 (Ormstown); an invitation to a masonic banquet for Dorchester Lodge, No. 4 (St. Johns); a programme for a ceremony of consecration for Victory Lodge, No. 94; the publication "The Masonic Memorial Temple" in Montreal; reports to the Grand Lodge Quebec and a list of officers; a programme for the Queen Mary session of the Grand Chapter of Quebec; a meeting notice for Bedford Lodge, No. 60; a list of officers for Browne Lodge, No. 24 (Farnham); a list of officers and a membership card for Hemmingford Lodge, No. 72; masonic directories for Quebec; "Loyalist Masons of the Mohawk Valley" by E.F. Dougherty; a list of officers for Nelson's Lodge, No. 9 (St. Armand Station); a 100th anniversary programme for Brome Lake Lodge, no. 35 (Knowlton) ; and a programme for the annual communication on Owl's Head for Golden Rule Lodge, No. 5 (Stanstead).

Stewart, Rev. Charles

The sub-series contains information on Rev. Charles J. Stewart in St. Armand. It consists of a reproduction of Rev. Stewart’s journal from 1807 and Rev. Stewart’s leaflet “A Short view of the present state of the Eastern Townships” from 1817 and newspaper clippings.

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