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      • UF Immigration
      • UF Land
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        94 Archival description results for Land, settlement and immigration

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        Alexander McPherson fonds
        CA ON00329 F27 · Fonds · 1825-1843

        The fonds consists of 12 letters written by Alexander McPherson to members of his family, including his mother and his brother-in-law. The majority of the letters were written while he held the position of Manager at Plantation Nos. 17 & 18 in Berbice, British Guiana and the remainder represent the period following when he settled at Whitby.

        Alexander McPherson
        Ambrose Family Land Transfer
        CA ON00154 2004.20-2004.20.2.17 · File · 1884
        Part of East Durham Land Registry Office Collection

        File consists of a Transfer between John Charles Ambrose, his wife Julia Ambrose, of Brighton, England; George William Bawhee, Palmerston England, William Jackson, England to Thomas Hitchcock Ambrose and Henrietta Ambrose, Mortgagers on land situating in the town of Port Hope, lot 77 in original town plot, west side of Cavan Road. Instrument # 6863. Property is where the Ambrose Brewery was located.

        East Durham County Land Registry Office
        Andrew Finnie II fonds
        Fonds · ca. 1850s-ca. 1960s

        Fonds is comprised of approximately 105 historical photographs, family genealogy documents, various company shares, wills, and land documents pertaining to the family of Andrew Finnie II (1820-1908), resident of South Monaghan Township and farmer from the 1850s onwards. The photographs pertain largely to descendants, some of whom moved to Manitoba and sent photographs of themselves to the home farm in South Monaghan; many fine examples of photographs taken by Peterborough photographers in the 19th century are included. This fonds also includes detailed genealogical information compiled by the donor about the people represented in the photographs; also included are the donor’s detailed descriptions of the textual documents.

        Andrew II Finnie
        CA ON00279 40 · Series · 1947-1991

        This series contains records concerning the involvement of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Pembroke with St. Joseph’s Hospital in Barrhead, Alberta. The records cover the establishment of the hospital, the administration and operation of the hospital, the transfer of the hospital, and the Sisters’ involvement with the Catholic Hospital Association and the Alberta Hospital Association. Materials include financial records, agreements for the purchase and sale of property, annals, memoirs, pamphlets, booklets, newsletters, lot maps, hospital floor plans, hospital bylaws, correspondence, and photographs. The major topics within the correspondence include establishing and operating the hospital, finances, the purchase and sale of property, construction and renovations, Catholic hospitals and medical ethics in Alberta, the changing role of Sisters in the hospital, and the relinquishing of ownership of the hospital. The photographs are of the hospital and Sisters at various events and locations.

        Congregation of the Sisters of St. Joseph in Canada (Pembroke, Ont.)
        Bay Street Project

        Records and reference material from five major research projects sponsored by the Finlandia Club and other organizations.

        • Bay Street Project I: A study of Finnish immigration to Canada
        • Bay Street Project II: A study of Finnish settlements in the rural Thunder Bay District
        • Bay Street Project III: A study of sports and athletics in the Finnish community in Thunder Bay
        • Bay Street Project IV: A study of religion and churches in the Finnish community in Thunder Bay
        • Bay Street Project V: A study of the arts in the Finnish community in Thunder Bay, including literature, theatre, and music
        CA ON00154 2007.34-2007.34.1.32 · File · 1857
        Part of George Brogdin fonds

        File consists of legal papers in the case of Bruton vs. Molson, and includes a title search of Lot 3, Concession 2, Hope. Francis Henry Bruton was represented by Brogdin and Thomas Molson by James Scott.

        Brogdin, George
        CA ON00154 2007.34-2007.34.1.33 · File · 1857
        Part of George Brogdin fonds

        File consists of common pleas and notice of trial of Francis Henry Bruton vs. Robert Orr, 14 Mar 1857. Francis Henry Bruton was represented by George Brogdin.

        Brogdin, George
        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.

        Burwell Family fonds
        Fonds · ca. 1800-1982

        The Burwell Family fonds is primarily comprised of the peronal and buisness papers of Hannibal Burwell (1825-1886), his son, Alfred E. Burwell (1871-1943) and his daughter Hannah Alberta Eliza Burwell (1864-1929), later Mrs. David Williams.
        •There are 20 related artifacts including two family bibles, a portable writing desk belonging to Hannibal's father, Mahlon Burwell (1783-1846), a prominent surveyor, Justice of the Peace and MLA, Albert Burwell's South Africa War medals and volunteer service medals and a portrait of Mahlon's daughter Louisa Burwell (1818-1834).
        •The fonds is divided into the following series:
        •-Associated Artifacts series, ca. 1800-1914
        •-Books series, 1808-1931
        •-Personal Documents and Ephemera series, 1810-1932
        •-Financial and Real Estate series, 1861-1886
        •-Correspondence series, 1863-1887

        Burwell (family)
        Caldwell family fonds
        Fonds · 1860-1987

        Fonds consists of journals and photographs dated 1860-1908 pertaining to Hugh Caldwell Sr. of Chandos Township, Peterborough County, and his son Hugh Caldwell Jr. The journals were received in original format and as digital scans. Also included are a small number of family records dating to 1987.

        Caldwell family
        Catharine Dixon fonds
        CA ON00159 P103 · Fonds · 1953-2020 (predominant 1958-1977)

        The Catharine Dixon fonds consists mainly of handwritten notes, newspaper clippings, reports and minutes. The documentation files cover different aspects of the history of Elliot Lake. Among the subjects are the economic activities, the demography, and the politics of Elliot Lake. The files were created by Catharine Dixon while researching for her book The Power and the Promise: the Elliot Lake story.

        Dixon, Catharine
        Charles P. Ferguson fonds
        CA ON00159 P045 · Fonds · 1882-1939

        The fonds attests to the role of the Secretary-Treasurer of the Carnarvon Agricultural Society, and on the activities of the Society. Records of Charles Ferguson’s son’s attendance at the Sunday School and information on his wife’s family also informs us on his family. It consists of a minute book, a member roll book, correspondence, and documentation. United Church Sunday School roll, and information of F. Bond’s Estate are also included.

        Ferguson, Charles Peter
        CA ON00154 2015.25-2015.25.20 · Series · 1918-1926
        Part of Long Family Collection

        Series consists of land records, financial records, and correspondence related to the sale of John Cleverton's farm located on Lots 29 and 30 of Hamilton Township to Sarah Jane Long and Alfred H.C. Long, 1918-1926.

        CA ON00154 2007.34-2007.34.1.61 · File · 1870
        Part of George Brogdin fonds

        File consists of correspondence regarding the sale and rental of property to D. Chisholm, 1870. It is unclear who this is in regards to as George Brogdin died in 1868.

        Brogdin, George
        CA ON00154 2014.74-2016.14.4.3 · Item
        Part of Doherty Collection

        Item is a pamphlet advertising for building lots located in the Cranberry Heights and Pinegrove Subdivisions in northwest Port Hope, c1950s. The pamphlet includes contact information for Long Bros., the exclusive agents for the development, as well as a map of the area. The subdivisions include the following streets: Jane Street, Freeman Drive, Scriven Boulevard, Jocelyn Street, Ralston Drive, Trefusis Street, Southby Place, Victoria Street, Heneage Street, and Keith Place.

        CA ON00156 DA TD/CTLC · Collection · 2007

        This collection comprises documents received in response to an Access to Information request addressed to Indian and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC) by the Corporation of the Town of Deseronto, Ontario, in 2008. The request asked for copies of documentation submitted as part of the Culbertson Tract land claim of the Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte and upon which the decision to allow the claim had been based.

        The documents in this collection are all photocopies of materials located in public archives in Canada. The materials range in date from 1779 to 1959 and record the interactions between the Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte and the British and Canadian governments, in relation to lands, from the time of their departure from the Mohawk Valley to the mid-twentieth century.

        Curry-Clark family fonds
        Fonds · 1775-[before 1980] predominant [before 1900]

        Fonds consists of records created or collected by two families related by marriage, the Clarks and Curries of Chinguacousy Township. Fonds includes correspondence, legal and land records, accounting ledgers, petitions to township councils, ephemera, copying and penmanship exercises, and photographs. Records largely relate to domestic affairs (including farming and exchanging of goods) and legal matters (especially land transactions and the settling of estates).

        Records from both the Curry and Clark branches of the family were inherited by an ancestor, Ida Curry Clark. An appreciable part of the records on both sides date from before the intermarriage of the two families (when John Clark married Jane Curry). Because the records can readily be associated with one or another of the two branches, the fonds has been arranged into two series as follows:

        Series 1: Curry family records
        Series 2: Clark family records

        Curry-Clark family