Le Haut-Richelieu, MRC



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8 Archival description results for Le Haut-Richelieu, MRC

Business affairs

The file consists of primary source material on the business affairs of the Naylor family in Missisquoi County from around the 1870s to 1975. It consists largely of photographs of boats, advertisements for steamship excursions and lumber, shipping receipts, an advertisement for Ile-aux-Noix Park, letterhead for "Naylor's summer resort", and a history of the Vaughan and Naylor shipping history. Among the boats represented in the file are the "Missisquoi," the "Majestic," the "Ojibway," the "Daisy," the "Windsor," and the "Island Queen."

Ray L. Derick

The sub-series contains primary source information on the professional, family and community life of Ray L. Derick in Noyan from 1912 to 1975. It consists of correspondence, certificates of appointment, property transactions, membership cards, obituaries, and invitations.

Derick, Ray L. (1889-1975)

Gerald V. Derick

The sub-series contains primary source information on the military life Gerald V. Derick in Lacolle from 1942 to 1948. It consists of an Officer's Record of Service, a certificate of service, discharge and retirement documents.

Professional life

The sub-series contains primary source material on the professional activities of Herbert Derick from 1941 to 1993. It consists of correspondence, legal documents, a scrapbook . The sub-series is comprised of the followings files; Department of Immigration (1949-1959), Southern Canada Power Co. Ltd. (ca. 1947-1962), Industrial Commissioners Association ([196-?]-1969), Royal Canadian Air Force ([1941?]-1993), Royal Canadian Air Force Association Legion (1949-1972), Political involvement (1984-1986), Property (1961-1991), Scrapbooks ([196-?]-[198-?]), and Correspondence ([1959?]-1993).

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.


The subseries contains primary and secondary source information on the personal, professional, and military lives of the Naylor family in Missisquoi County and in Manitoba from 1862 to 1992. It consists primarily of correspondence, photographs, biographical notes, family tree research, newspaper clippings, and land deeds pertaining to various members of the Naylor family. The subseries is comprised of the following files: Family research (1911[copied]-1990), Business affairs ([187-?]-[1975]), Property (1862-1921[photocopied]), Agnes A. Naylor (1911-1930), Benjamin V. Naylor (1874-1919), Donald B. Naylor (1914-1992), Elizabeth Bessie Naylor ([190-?]-1960), George B. Naylor (1901-1985), Grace A. Naylor (!903-1959), Herbert V. Naylor (1913-1917, 1987), Rev. William H. Naylor (1910-1990), and Other Naylor Photographs ([186-?]-1929).


The file contains primary source information on property belonging to the Naylor family in Missisquoi County from 1862 to 1921. It consists of a land deed and a retrocession from Albert Chapman to Henry Naylor for land in St. Georges de Clarenceville as well as a copy of a letter pertaining to Benjamin V. Naylor's lease and transfer of land on Ile-aux-Noix to the Department of Militia and Defense and the Department of the Interior.