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Economy

The series contains source material on the economy in the Eastern Townships from 1830 to 1987. It is comprised of the following subseries: Agriculture (1836-1983), Mining (1861-1864), Industry (photocopied 1983), Businesses (1830-1956), Banking (1865-1987), and Insurance (1907-1924).

Settlement and Colonization

The series contains source material on the settlement and colonization of the Eastern Townships from the early 19th century to the 1990s. It is comprised of the following subseries: Land Surveys and Companies (1838-1983), Land Grants (1860- photocopied [1983?]), Associations and Groupings (1855-photocopied 1983]), and Settlers and Families ([18-]- photocopied 1994),.

Committees

The fond contains primary source material on administrative activities of the United Steeples Pastoral Charge. It consists of minutes and reports from 1981 to 2017. The fond is comprised of the following sub-series: Worship and Pastoral Care Committee (1986 - 2002), and Ministry and Personnel Committee (1981-2017).

Organizations

The fonds contains primary source material on the administrative activities of the United Steeples Pastoral Charge from 1990 to 2008. It consists of administrative texts for the sunday school. The fond is comprised of the following sub series: Sunday School (1990 - 2008).

Baptisms, Marriages and Burials

The fond contains primary source material on the membership activity of the United Steeples Pastoral Charge from 1969 to 2017. It consists of registers, baptismal certificates, requests for baptismal certificates, and registrations of live births. The fond is comprised of the following sub-series: Registers (1992 -2016), Certificates of baptism (1994-2017), Requests for Baptismal Certificates (1991-2003), and Registrations of Live Birth (1969 -1980).

Genealogy

The file contains genealogical information for all of the families covered in the fonds. This includes family trees, researched information, and reproductions of historical documents such as the Kirkpatrick family bible. There are also four family photographs. The series is comprised of the following files: Family Research ([19--]-[200-]), Family Heirlooms (1977-2006), and Correspondence ([19--], 1969-1974).

Bridgette Family

The series contains primary source information on the family life; social, religious and economic activities, and education of various members of the Bridgette family. It consists primarily of personal correspondence, legal documents and newspaper clippings. The series is comprised of the following subseries: Albert Edward Bridgette (1890-1949), Richard Edwin Bridgette ([19-?]-1962), Alma (Bridgette) Cass (1916-1941), Georgie Maria (Bridgette) Rogers (1941-1976), William Sawyer Bridgette (1947-1973), Rev. Samuel John Bridgette (1940-1971), Marjorie Todd (Bridgette) Douglas (1899-1983), Doris Susan Bridgette (1912-1978) Phyllis Maria (Bridgette) Cronk (1920-1943, 1967), Nina (Bridgette) Southcott (1971-1981) and Miscellaneous Bridgette Family (1920).

Miscellaneous

The series contains primary source information on the life of Rev. Louis C. Wurtele, as well as on Louis' brother, Judge Jonathan S. Wurtele, from 1877 to 1919. It consists of a certificate for the creation of an Acton Vale chapter of the Loyal Orange Lodge from 1877; a Christmas card and Minnie Wurtele's commitment card from the Bible Reading Circle of the Acton Mission from around the 1880s; three photographs: two showing Rev. Wurtele and one unidentified; two scrapbooks of newspaper and magazine clippings; and four newspaper clippings from 1912-1919 [copied 2013], which include Rev. Wurtele's obituary and an article on Judge J.S. Wurtele.

Milby views

The series contains primary source information on Milby from around the 1890s to the 1930s. It consists of photographs of views of Milby, including the Milby ball team, the Saint Barnabas Anglican Church, Richard Boyce's farm in Milby and the Orr farm in Milby.

General Deeds

The series contains General Deeds from the collection of Erenst Fleury, N.P.

Personal Life

The series contains primary source information on the personal life of Andrew R. McMaster (former Liberal MP for Brome, QC) from around 1983. It consists of a manuscript compiled by his daughter, Helen recording their family history. The series is comprised of the following subseries: Family ([1983?]).

Professional Life

The series contains primary source information on the professional life of Andrew R. McMaster (former Liberal MP for Brome, QC) from 1917 to 1937, and in 2005. It consists of scrapbooks filled with correspondence and press clippings related to his political career. The series is comprised of the following subseries: Scrapbooks (1912-1937, 2005).

Mason family

The series contains primary source information on the Mason family in Rawdon from around 1870s to around 1910. It consists of photographs and an in memoriam card. Pictured among the photographs are Edward Mason, Mary Copping, Ethel Mason, Elizabeth "Lizzie" Mason, Annie Mason, Alice Mason, and Charles Mason.

Mason, Edward (family)

Copping family

The series contains primary source information on the Copping family in Rawdon and Sand Hill from around the 1880s to 1929. It consists of portrait photographs of members of the Copping family, a painting of Sand Hill pond by Sarah Alice Mason Copping, and an obituary for Reuben Copping. Pictured among the photographs are: Henry Copping, Mary Copping, Jane L. Copping Johnston, Elizabeth "Lizzie" Copping, Ellen Maria "Nell" Copping Morgan, Margaret F. Copping Roberts, Sarah Ann "Lail" Copping Barrow, Ethel Roberts, Violet Johnston, Gertrude Roberts, Harry Roberts, John R. "Jack" Copping, Annie Miller Copping, Vivian Copping, Walter Johnston, Victor Johnston, Augustus "Gus" Johnston, Laura Johnston, Melvin Copping, Alice Copping, Sarah Copping Dixon, Samuel Dixon, Grace Barrow, Hartley Barrow, Eleanor Barrow, James Barrow, Lena Barrow, Douglas Barrow, Hazel Barrow, Reuben Copping, Elizabeth Mason Copping, George Copping, Mary McLatchie Copping, Francis "Frank" Morgan, Harry Morgan, Gordon Morgan, Muriel Morgan, Grace Morgan, Francis Grey, Walter Copping, Edith Copping, Orton Copping, James Copping, Mary Law, and William Copping.

Copping, George (family)

Boyce family

The series contains primary source information on the Boyce family in Rawdon and Milby from around the 1880s to 1950s. It consists of portrait photographs, an obituary, a wedding announcement, and a programme for 66th annual convention of the Women’s Christian Temperance Union in 1951. Pictured among the photographs are: Maude Boyce, Leonard Graham, Oscar Boyce, Bertha L. Boyce, Mary M. Boyce, Ruffes/Rufus Boyce, Margaret/Maggie Boyce, William Boyce, Melinda Boyce, Gerald Boyce, Aubrey Boyce, Kathleen Boyce, Walter Boyce, Wenda Orr, Graydon Parker, Cornelia E. Boyce, Richard Tatley, Mary Tatley, John Tatley, and Hazel Geraldine Boyce. It also includes a photograph of Richard Boyce's farm in Rawdon and the view looking onto College Street in Lennoxville from the Orr house.

Boyce, Richard F.

Miscellaneous

The series consists of photographs, including Tad Way, Bertie Burns, Tessie Strohmayr Russell, Lena Stabb Dwane, Susie Jones, Torquay House (Arundel, Quebec) as well as two unidentified photographs.

Loyal Orange Lodge, #3231 (Richmond)

The series contains primary source information on the finances of the Loyal Orange Lodge (No. 3231) in Richmond from 1953 to 1971. It consists of a financial ledger and a register of dues.

Artefacts

The series consists of Loyal Orange Lodge ribbons for the lodges of Waterville (no. 1591), Sawyerville (no. 1308), East Angus, and one unnamed Lodge, only identified as “Star of the East, L.O.L. No. 236.

Loyal Orange Lodge (Sherbrooke County)

The series contains primary source information on the administration, activities, and members of the Sherbrooke County Loyal Orange Lodge from 1926 to1984. It consists of minute books also contain membership information.

Loyal Orange Lodge, #1308 (Sawyerville)

The series contains primary source information on the administration, activities, and finances of Loyal Orange Lodge (No. 1308) at Sawyerville from 1870 to 1995. It consists of a declaration of registration, certificates of incorporation, minutes, membership lists, dues registers, and a receipts and disbursements ledger. The series is comprised of the following files: Historical and constituent documents (1881-1947), Minutes (1870-1995), and Financial Documents (1899-1952).

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