The fonds contains primary and secondary source information regarding George Bonnallie as well as Lake Bonnallie, including correspondence. The fonds contains the following series: Correspondence (1849-1857).
The fonds contains primary source information regarding the Allsopp and McCorkill families. The journals are mostly those of the sons and grandsons of George Allsopp, secretary to Sir Guy Carleton 1768-1775. In the correspondence there are some letters written by George Allsopp. The collection seems to be mostly connected with his son Carleton Allsopp's family and preserved by Carleton's son, John Charles Allsopp who married into the McCorkill family at Farnham. The correspondence, journals, land papers, give most interesting information about how George Allsopp received land grants; on the business of running the seigneuries of Jacques Cartier and d'Auteuil; the education of George Allsopp's sons; the business of the Allsopps in England; life at the Manor House at Cap Santé in the 1830's; the grandsons efforts to protect their interests in the Farnham Lands and the business run by the McCorkills in Farnham over a period of one hundred years. The fonds contains the following series: Correspondence; Land, Legal and Business Papers; Miscellaneous Documents.
The fonds contains primary and secondary source information regarding Hon. William Warren Lynch, including legal documents, correspondence and newspaper clippings at the time of W.W. Lynch's death in 1916.
The fonds contains primary source information regarding the Eastern Townships history, towns, villages and counties. The fonds contains the following series: Minutes and Minute Books (1792-1799); Correspondence (1766-1831); Petitions and Lists of Petitioners (1778-1834); Publications (1792-1860).
The fonds consists of a subscription list for the construction of an Episcopal Church, as well as other papers concerning construction and accounts, dated September 24, 1883, at West Brome, three Deeds from Stephen L. Hungerford and James N. Pettes to the trustees of the New Connection Methodists, at West Brome, dated April 22, 1857.
The fonds contains primary and secondary source information concerning the Achilles family, including correspondence from Walter B. Smith to Mr. Shuffelt and from Michel Sarrazin to Mr. Smith. The fonds also contains an extrait from the Early Settlers of Brome County, P.Q., detailing the life of Charles Baum Achilles (1790-1835[?]) dated July 28, 1958, as well as brief genealogies of the Achilles family.