Missisquoi, County of



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Steamer Missisquoi

The item is a postcard of the steamboat "Missisquoi", operated by Captain B.V. Naylor on the Richelieu River from around the 1910s.

Other people

The sub-series contains primary source information on various people from the area of Missisquoi County from 1794 to 1949. It consists of land transactions, correspondence, and a business card. Among the people represented in the file are: M.A. Hungerford, Mildred E. Hardy, G.G. Stewart, John Slater, Antoine Laberge, Henry Sheldon, Joshua Hammond, Henry Hoose, Henry Emerick, Duncan Dewar, David Tryon, Maria Hudson, Robert Wright, and Ernest Dawson.

Philip Derick

The sub-series contains primary source information about the property of Philip Derick in Caldwell's Manor from 1784 to 1810. It consists of land transactions, receipts, and a loyalist compensation receipt.

Derick, Philip

Frances Chamberlin Barnum fonds

  • CA ETRC P090
  • Fonds
  • 1812-1919

The fonds contains source material on the property, financial, and estate-related transactions of Frances Chamberlin Barnum's family and the Reynold, Kemp, and Westover families (related by marriage) in Missisquoi County in the 19th and early 20th centuries. It is also of value as a source of information on the day-to-day activities of Towner Westover of East Dunham and the Methodist East Dunham Sunday School in the 1880s. It consists almost wholly of deeds (deeds of sale, mortgages, wills, estates, gifts, leases, and so on) notarized by members of the Chamberlin, Reynolds, Kemp, and Westover families but also includes a diary and account book. Elijah Kemp, a merchant in the seigneury of Saint-Armand; Orin J. Kemp of Frelighsburg; Joshua Chamberlin, a physician in the seigneury of Saint-Armand; and David Westover, an East Dunham land owner, are among the family members represented. The fonds is comprised of the following series: Kemp family (1812-1875), Chamberlin family (1840-1919), Reynolds family (1846-1894), Westover family (1880-1908), and Miscellaneous Documents ([1818?]-1878).

Barnum, Frances Chamberlin

Farm scene

Item is a photograph of a dirt road infront of a farm with the house and barns viasble located in North Stanbridge, on the road is Estella Primmerman and her dog.


Item is a photograph of a stable belonging to Abram Pickle, located opposite the Stagehouse, and surrounding landscape located in Sweetsburg.

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