- MHS MHS042
- 1778, 1813-1828, [1926-1970]
The fonds contains primary and secondary source information regarding the Ruiter and Newell families.
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The fonds contains primary and secondary source information regarding the Ruiter and Newell families.
The fonds contains primary and secondary source information regarding the Jones family. The fonds contains the following series: Johannis Blass Papers (1778-1823); B. Morgan Correspondence (1924-1925).
The fonds consists of an ggreement between Josiah Terrill and John McCullock.
The fonds consists of a copy of "The Quebec Daily Telegraph", containing a biography of the Hon. Judge William Warren Lynch, May 31, 1857.
Lynch, William Warren, 1845-1916
The fonds consists of secondary source information regarding the Kneeland family, including a marriage record of James Kneeland and Marion E. Peck.
The fonds consists of the Kolhammer Family Bible records, with an explanation D.G.L.
The fonds contains primary and secondary source information regarding the Krans family, including family genealogy copied from the Krans family bible.
The fonds contains source material on the organization and the activities of the Way's Mills Women's Institute from 1930 to 1965. It is comprised of the following series: History (1954-[1965?], Minutes (1955-1965), Treasurer's Book (1959-1965), Programmes (1930-1932), Anniversaries (1954-1964), and Press Clippings (1945).
Way's Mills Women's Institute (Way's Mills, Que.)
The fonds contains source material on the management and members of the Advent Christian Church of Danville from 1857 to 1934. It consists of minutes, registrations, civil status records. The fonds is comprised of the following two files: Management (1875-1932), and Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials (1857-1934).
Advent Christian Church (Danville, Que.)
The fonds contains source material on the professional activities of William Hoste Webb and the development of the Richmond and Wolfe ridings from 1850 to 1890. It consists mainly of correspondence from Webb's legal clients, his fellow parliamentarians (including George Etienne Cartier), his constituents, and his supporters. The fonds is comprised of the following series: Correspondence ([1852?]-[1884?]), Appointments (1854-1863), Life Insurance (1863), and Miscellaneous Documents ([185-?]-[186-?]).
Webb, William Hoste, 1820-1890
The fonds contains source material on Edward Short and his family. It consists of an act, correspondence, biographical notes, two diplomas, and a will. The fonds is comprised of the following three files: Edward Short (1852-[190-?]), Robert Short (1857), Alice (Quirk) Siderfin ([1776?]).
Short, Edward, 1806-1871
The fonds contains source material on the Hunting family and their activities during the nineteenth century. It consists of correspondence, compositions, an account book, a memorial notice, and a sketch. The fonds consists of the following series: Correspondance ([183-?]-[1853?]), Compositions ([184-?]), Building Plan ([18--]), Account Book (), and Memorial of May Catherine Hunting (1902).
The fonds contains source material on the development of roads, education, and land ownership in the Municipality of Ascot from 1830 to 1890. It relates mainly to the relations of Ascot Municipal Council with residents, other municipalities (Sherbrooke, Compton, Westbury), and provincial government agencies. The fonds consists mainly of reports and notices on road and bridge construction and maintenance, produced by the local surveyor and his assistants and by the Deputy Grand Voyer. Residents' petitions, Municipal Council correspondence, and land-sale contracts are also present. The fonds is comprised of the following series: Roads and Bridges (1845-1872), Real Estate and Taxation (1831-[1881?]), Education (1846-1851), and Miscellaneous Documents ([185-?]-1891).
Municipality of Ascot (Ascot, Que.)
The fonds contains source material on the members of the Baker family and their activities at the start of the 20th century. It consists of an album of photographs of individuals and groups who are probably family members and friends and a postcard. Some of the photographs depict horses and farm buildings.
The fonds contains information on Margaret Naylor's trip across Canada in 1928. It consists of a photo album, which includes detailed personal comments, postcards, photographs, and tourist information clippings.
Naylor, Margaret, 1905-1994
The collection includes 6 cds : 2 copies of the cd entitled ''Railways of Southern Quebec'', 2 copies of the cd entitled ''Churches of the Eastern Townships'', and 2 copies of the cd entitled "Railway Stations of Southern Quebec".
Booth, J. Derek, b. 1944
The fonds contains source material on the attack of Pope Gray and his wife, Mary Elizabeth Berkley Gray, by Fenians on June 15, 1869 in Ballinlough, Ireland, and Pope Gray's family tree. It consists of press clippings, correspondence, a testimonial from the Lord Lieutenant, and a family tree. It is comprised of the following files : Scrapbook (1869-[19--]), Testimonial (1869), and Family tree ([19--]).
The fonds contains primary source information on the education and social activities of the Goodin family in Canterbury and Bury from the 1870s to 1950. It consists of largely of correspondence, school reports, exams, composition books and a photograph. Among the correspondence are two wedding invitations: one for the marriage of Augusta Bennett and Samuel Lake, and another for Lizzie Clark. The identified authors of the correspondence are: John and Lucy Goodwin - George's brother and sister-in-law, Allen Snelling, Robert Clark, and Janet Rowe. The fonds is comprised of the following files: George Goodin Corrsepondence (1883-1890), Edith Goodin Correspondence (1948-1950) and Education ([187-?]-1949).
The fonds contains source material on the artistic activities of Estelle Olivier from 1969 to 1992 in Sherbrooke. It consists of illustrated poems and songs, a short biographical sketch, and a bibliography of Olivier's works.
The fonds contains source material on the operations, curriculum and students of Danville Academy from 1860 to 1880. It consists of a calendar for the 1863-1864 school year, and a grade book possibly covering the period of 1864 to 1876. Newspaper clippings are glued into the grade book.
Danville Academy (Danville, Que.)
The fonds contains source material on the Ewing family's living conditions during their trip to Canada in 1837 and in the Township of Melbourne from 1838 to 1900. The fonds also provides biographical data on some members of the Ewing family, including John Ewing, Mayor of the village of Melbourne. The fonds is comprised of the following series : Genealogical and Biographical Documents (1837-[1900?]), Letters of Reference and Travel Notes (1837), Correspondence (1842-1931) and Diploma and Certificate (1863-1878).
The fonds contains source material on the organization and activities of the Stanstead County Teachers Association from 1942 to 1966. It consists of minutes, a constitution, financial information, correspondence and membership lists. The fonds is comprised of the following series: Constitution ([194-?]), Minutes (1942-1966), General Ledger, Membership and Financial Information (1946-1966) and Correspondence (1956-1966).
Stanstead County Teachers Association (Stanstead, Que.)
The fonds contains source material on the history, administration, finances, activities, Board of Lady Managers, committees, subscription, accession, visitation, and construction of the North Hatley Library Association and its Library from 1898 to 2010. It consists of the Articles of Incorporation, by-laws, minutes, financial records, reports, correspondence, subscriber records, accession records, a specification for construction work, and a visitor book. The fonds is comprised of the following series: Administration of the Association (1898-1998), Administration of the Library (1901-2010), Special Events and Projects (1974-2000).
North Hatley Library Association (North Hatley, Que.)
The fonds contains source material on the artistic activities of the North Hatley Playhouse in North Hatley from 1956 to 1961. It is also of value as a source of information on the productions of the Community Club Players. The fonds is comprised of the following files: Programmes (1943-1962), Posters (1946), History ([199-]), Scrapbook (-1957), Correspondence (1956) and Photographs (1950 [copied 2011]).
North Hatley Playhouse (North Hatley, Que.)
The fonds contains source material on the management and the activities of a regional children choir, the Estrie Young Singers, from 1987 to 1999. It provides information on the administrative decisions taken by the Parents' Committee, on the efforts made to obtain the financial resources necessary to hold the choir's activities, on the concerts performed in the region, and on the social activities organized for the choir members. The fonds consists of mainly minutes, correspondence, budgets, financial statements, grant applications, membership lists, programmes, posters, press clippings, scrapbooks, trophies, and photographs. It is comprised of the following series: Administration (1987-1998), Financial Resources (1988-1999), Membership (1987-[199-], Performances and Events (1987-1998).
Estrie Young Singers (Lennoxville, Que.)
The fonds contains source material on James H. Smith's professional activities as a machinery merchant, a maple sugar dealer, and his activities as a member of the municipal Council of the village of Sutton. The fonds consists mainly of correspondence, an obligation form, promotional material, invoices, masonic meeting cards and a municipal financial statement. The fonds is comprised of the following series: Personal Life (1907-1908), and Professional Life ([190-?]-1908).
Smith, James H., 1865-1926
The fonds contains source material on the administrative and charitable activities of the Child Welfare Clinic of Sherbrooke from 1920 to 1989. It consists mainly of minutes, correspondence, a charter, financial statements, reports, and press clippings. The fonds is comprised of the following series: Administration (1920-1974), Financial Resources (1924-1980), Activities (-1989), and Public Relations ([1946?]-[1964?]).
Child Welfare Clinic of Sherbrooke (Sherbrooke, Que.)
The fonds contains source information on the financial and insurance activities Independent Order of Foresters, Court Bury, as well as on personal information of the members in Bury, in Compton County from 1902 to 1942. It consists of a minute book, a financial ledger and a roll book. The fonds is comprised of the following series: Minutes (1902-1904), Finances (1902-1942) and Membership (1902-1904).
Independent Order of Foresters, Court Bury, No. 3609 (Bury, Que.)
The fonds contains source material on H.L.Flannery's business from 1908. It consists of notices of overdue taxes, correspondence, and an invoice. The fonds is comprised of the following series: Personal Correspondence (1908) and Business Correspondence (1908).
Flannery, Homer L., b. 1874
The fonds contains source material on the Scottish emigration to the Eastern Townships. It consists of a four-volume unpublished study entitled Celts of Compton County; eight interviews with descendants of Scots settlers; a map showing the 'Pionneer Scotch Settlements in Compton County'; and a list of materials deposited with the Compton County Historical Museum Society by the Celtic Research Group. 'Celts of Compton County' includes photocopies of pictures, photographs, maps, press clippings, and old textual records. It contains the following series: Celts of Compton County ([1979?]), Interviews (1982-1985), and Material Deposited in the Compton County Historical Society (1989).
Celtic Research Group (Compton, Que.)