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School Board Blueprints
CA ON00154 2011.16.2.5 · File · 194-

Series consists of eleven (11) blueprints for "Proposed Alterations to West Primary School;" "Retaining Wall at Port Hope Public School;" "Proposed Wall North Side of Central School," c. 1940s.

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CA ON00154 2014.57-2014.57.6 · Series · 195-
Part of Baulch Family fonds

Pieces foam the Baulch Family Collection (1) "Captain James Braund" (contributed to by Fredrick Baulch) (2) Fredrick William Arthur Baulch Personal History and Business Experience. (Similar to present day resume)

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CA ON00154 2015.34-2015.34.5-2015.34.5.7 · Item · 198-
Part of Austin Family Collection

Item is a gold-plated tie clip featuring the emblem of General Foods (Kraft) and three small rubies. It was given to John Austin to commemorate 25 years of service working at the Kraft plant in Port Hope, and later, Cobourg.

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2019.4-2019.4.2 · Item · 1809
Part of Haskill Collection

This ledger belonged to Josiah Haskill (written on the inside cover) and contains the year and name of the client across the top of the left hand page in cursive writing and on the right side page at the top is written the year/ "Contra"/ Pound, Shilling and Pence". - amounts of whiskey the client received are listed on the left side and payments with bushels of wheat, oats, apples, bundles of straw, hay, beans, hogs etc. and cash are listed on the right side. - only the top corner of the left hand pages are numbered, the book has a total of 80 numbered double pages or 160 single pages. Some pages have been removed. -

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CA ON00154 2019.4.1-2019.4.2 · Item · 1809
Part of Nathaniel Haskill Whiskey Ledger

This ledger belonged to Josiah Haskill (written on the inside cover) and contains the year and name of the client across the top of the left hand page in cursive writing and on the right side page at the top is written the year/ "Contra"/ Pound, Shilling and Pence". - amounts of whiskey the client received are listed on the left side and payments with bushels of wheat, oats, apples, bundles of straw, hay, beans, hogs etc. and cash are listed on the right side. - only the top corner of the left hand pages are numbered, the book has a total of 80 numbered double pages or 160 single pages. Some pages have been removed. -

CA ON00154 2019.4.1 · Item · 1801 - 1813

Whiskey Ledger belonging to Nathaniel Haskill who owned property and lived at Lot 16, Broken Front and Lot 165, Concession 1, Hope Township (now the Municipality of Port Hope). The earliest date of entry is 1801 with most dates primarily from 1807- 1813. - the inside pages are hand written with the purchaser's name, a description and amount of whiskey purchased and the means of payment. Often based on a barter system with payment made in the form of bushels of wheat, cows, barrels of flour etc. Some customers paid in cash. - comprised of 145 pages which are written upon with the remaining pages blank. The first 33 pages include more than one customer, where later pages, 34 - 145 are devoted to a single customer. Each customer has two pages together, side by side. In handwriting at the top is the name of the customer. First name on the left page and surname on the right side page. Left page also lists the date, amount of whiskey obtained and the cost in pounds and shillings. The left page indicates the means of payment.

2019.4-2019.4.1 · Item · 1801 - 1813
Part of Haskill Collection

Whiskey Ledger belonging to Nathaniel Haskill who owned property and lived at Lot 16, Broken Front and Lot 165, Concession 1, Hope Township (now the Municipality of Port Hope). The earliest date of entry is 1801 with most dates primarily from 1807- 1813. - the inside pages are hand written with the purchaser's name, a description and amount of whiskey purchased and the means of payment. Often based on a barter system with payment made in the form of bushels of wheat, cows, barrels of flour etc. Some customers paid in cash. - comprised of 145 pages which are written upon with the remaining pages blank. The first 33 pages include more than one customer, where later pages, 34 - 145 are devoted to a single customer. Each customer has two pages together, side by side. In handwriting at the top is the name of the customer. First name on the left page and surname on the right side page. Left page also lists the date, amount of whiskey obtained and the cost in pounds and shillings. The left page indicates the means of payment.

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CA ON00154 2004.20-2004.20.2.24 · File · 1824
Part of East Durham Land Registry Office Collection

File consists of a Land Deed for Lot 21 Con 4, Cavan Township. The deed was registered in Port Hope and witnessed by William Henderson of Port Hope, who also provide a witness statement. The repaired deed was mended with newsprint showing Sheriff sales in an 1824 newspaper.

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Choate Family Land Records
CA ON00154 2007.5-2007.5.1.1 · File · 1825-1828
Part of Choate Family fonds

File consists of three (3) land records of the Choate family, 1825-1828. It includes: (1) Indenture between Zachius Burnham and Elizabeth Burnham of Hamilton Township and Jacob Choate, Lots 4 and 5 Con 2, 1 Jan 1825; (2) Indenture between Jacob Choate and Zacheus Burnham for the North Part of Lot 5 Con 2, 30 Mar 1827; (3) Deed of Land of Jacob Choate to Aaron Choate, Part Lot 4 Con 2, 19 Jul 1828.

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Choate Family Papers, 1830s
CA ON00154 2007.5-2007.5.1.2 · File · c. 1830's
Part of Choate Family fonds

File consists of miscellanous papers owned by the Choate family, 1830-1839. It includes: Correspondence from Jonathan Walton, 1832-1837; Indenture of Bargain & Sale, Jacob Choate to Mark Burnham, 25 Jan 1839; Correspondence from Thomas Gibbs Ridout, 1832; Bond, Zacheus Burnham & Jacob Choate to Jonathan Walton, 1830; Indenture of Bargain & Sale, Aaron Choate to Nathan Choate, Part Lot 5 Con 2, 22 Oct 1831.

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CA ON00154 2008.6-2008.6.1.50 · Item · 1836
Part of William Furby Advertisement Proofs, Invoices and Correspondence

Item is a list of letters remaining at the Port Hope Post Offce dated 4 Jun 1836, for publication in the Port Hope Gazette. List includes the following names: James Anderson, Wm. Altenburg, John Agar, Henry Adams, Wm. Buttre, Bradford, John Brown, Phinias Byran, Thomas Barrie, Beebe, Walter Bourke, Abram Bowen, George Brooks, Baldwin, John Best, John Bruce, Wm. Best, Luke Bedford, Wellington Britton, Brian Bouskill, Joseph Ball, David Bedford, Soloman Charlesworth, Wm. Cole, Hiram Cooper, Wm. Calbert, Wm. or George Calvert, John Coheen, James Cooper, James Dobbs, Douglas, Day, Ellis, Enihers, Henry Elliott, Furby, Fervan, Richard Gregor, Robt. Gillis, Thomas Garnet, James Grant, Francis Grace, George Gay, Charles Hank, Joseph Hope, Robt. Hovey, Robt. Henderson, John Hanna, Capt. Handcock, Wm. Hall, Myndert Harris Jr., Wm. Hurst, George Jennings, Joseph Gibb, Wm. Kingsmill, Richard King, Richard Lymas, Malcolm Leith, C. S. Low, John Lucas, James Livingstone, Charles Liddell, Mrs. McClellan, Wm. Magill, Jacob Merkley, Wm. Marsh, Spencer Moore, B. Mitchell, James Motherell, Thomas Miller, Mallery, Henry Mitchell, Michael McMahon, Wm. Macredie, C. McNilledge, Johnson Marsh, Charles Meadow, Samuel McCoye, Reuben Mitchell, Wm. Mitchell, Martin Mallory, Richard Nesbitt, Patrick Norris, Thomas Outridge, Francis Oliver, George Potter, Wm. Pratt, Elias Potter, Samuel Powers, Charles Robinson, John Ross, John Robinson, Thomas Robinson, James Riddle, Leonard Soper, Henry Sharp, John Scott, David Smith, Mrs. Capt. Shea, Lancelot Smith, Thomas Stinson, John Smith, John Porter, Zeek Turck, James Todd, John Taylor, Robt. Thorne, Leonard Thompson, John Taylor Jr., JLP Taylor, Richard Young, George Young, Daniel Walsh, John Weston, Daniel Wilson, Jesse Ward, David Wilson, Charles Wallis, Jesse Williams, Walton, James Walker, Thomas White, Col. J.T. Williams, Wm. Wallis, Mrs. Wm. Waddell, Wm. Whitaker, Richard West, George Winslow. Ordered by David Smart, Post Master.

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CA ON00154 2004.23-2004.23.2.21 · Item · 1836
Part of Tom Long Local History Collection (Second Accrual)

Item is an indenture dated 30 Jan 1836, between William Burnham, Port Hope and Silas Burnham, Toronto for Con 1, Lot 6, Hope Township. Property is on Walton Street in the Town of Port Hope. Removed from "Burnham Family" file, Long Cabinets.