Missisquoi, County of

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Missisquoi County

The sub-series contains primary source information on the architecture, people, towns, landscapes, businesses, and churches of Missisquoi County from 1905 to 1973. It consists of postcards. The sub-series is comprised of the following files: Foucault Township (1906-1954), St. Armand Township (1905-[193-?]), Stanbridge Township (1906-1973), West Farnham Township (1908-1913) and Dunham Township (1906-[193-?])

Reuben H. Vaughan

The file contains secondary and primary source information on the personal and professional life and military career Reuben H. Vaughan in Missisquoi County from 1846 to the 1980s. It consists of a certificate of appointment as ensign to the 3rd Battalion of Rouville; photocopies of receipts, shipping documents and biographical information; and transcripts from Reuben's diary. It also contain a photograph reproduction of Reuben H. Vaughan.

Business affairs

The file consists of primary source material on the business affairs of the Naylor family in Missisquoi County from around the 1870s to 1975. It consists largely of photographs of boats, advertisements for steamship excursions and lumber, shipping receipts, an advertisement for Ile-aux-Noix Park, letterhead for "Naylor's summer resort", and a history of the Vaughan and Naylor shipping history. Among the boats represented in the file are the "Missisquoi," the "Majestic," the "Ojibway," the "Daisy," the "Windsor," and the "Island Queen."

Family research

The file contains secondary source information on the Beerwort family's origins in Germany, their immigration to New York and then to Missisquoi County. It consists of research compiled by Herbert R. Derick, including research notes, family trees, correspondence, and biographical sketches. It also contains a ribbon for the Clarenceville Union Agricultural Society.

Beerwort

The sub-series contains primary and secondary source information on the Beerwort family in Missisquoi County. It consists of family history research and correspondence. The sub-series is composed of the following files: Family research (1942-[198-?]), Ada Mina Beerwort (1891), and Carrie Ella Beerwort (1894-1895).

Genealogy manuscript

The sub-series contains secondary source information on the Derick (a.k.a. Derck or Dirck) family from their immigration to America (New York) and then to Canada (Quebec), compiled from 1980 to the 1990s. It consists of two versions of a Derick family genealogy manuscript written by Herbert R. Derick.

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.

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

Other families

The series contains primary source material on families that had a connection to the Dericks. It consists of research notes, newspaper clippings, family registers, correspondence, legal documents, scrapbooks, The series is comprised of the following subseries; Andrews, J.R (1883-[18--?]), Beerwort (1891-[198-?]), Brisbin, James Thomas (1848), Christie, Gabriel ([19--?]), Cochrane, Frank ([19--?]), Colton ([197-?]-[199-?]), Cutting (1928, [198-?]-[1993?]), Eaton, Wyatt ([197-?]-[199-?]), Flagg ([1834?]-[1993?]), Friott ([19--?]), Greer ([197-?]), George ([1828?]-[2003?]), George, B.C (1979), Hawley ([1789]-[19--?]), Holt ([19--?]), Hunt ([1991?]), Hunter ([19--?]), Huntington ([19--?]), Hulbert ([1978?]-[199-?]), Hurd (1968-1972), Huxley (1995), Johnson ([1972?]-[199-?]), Kemp, James (1832-[19--?]), Lambie ([19--?]), Livingston, Darcy Gary (1970-[198-?]), Longeway (1838, 1974-[198-?]), Luke ([19--?]), Lyon, C.G ([196-?]), MacCallum ([19--?]), MacDowell, Thain Wendell (1816-[2002?]), MacFie ([19--?]), Mitchell (1993), Mock ([198-?]-[199-?]), Naylor (1862-1992), O'Connor ([19--?]), O'Hea, Timothy ([1988?]), Odell ([1844?]-[19--?]), Patterson, Richard (1960-[198-?]), Robinson ([196-?]), Rowe-Hewson ([1918?]-[198-?]), Ruiter (1782-1799, [198-?]-[199-?]), Ryan ([19--?]), Saxe ([19--?]), Scott ([197-?]), Shand ([1971?]-[197-?]), Snider ([19--?]), Stewart, Rev. Charles James ([19--?]), Stevens ([199-?]), Stone (1975), Struthers ([195-?]-[199-?]), Taylor, Rev. Ernest ([1938?]-[19--?]), Townsend ([18--?]-[19--?]), Van Vliet (1889-1993), Vaughan (1770[reproduction]-1993), Williams (1854-[19--?]), and Young ([198-?]-[199-?]), Mayo (1824), Eyby (1830-1804), Trepannier (1815-1939), Caldwell (1801), Gustavsson (1904), Other people (1794-1949), Genealogical research binders ([196-?]-[199-?], and Genealogical correspondence (1965-1972).

Personal life

The sub-series contains primary source material on the personal activities of Herbert Derick from 1916 to 1994. It consists of correspondence, scrapbooks. The sub-series is comprised of the following files; Hereford Fish and Game Club (ca. 1971), Highlanders Fish and Game Club (1988), Compton Fish and Game Club (1975-1984), Ex-Air Gunner's Association of Canada Inc. (1992), United Empire Loyalists' Association of Canada (ca. 1968-1993), Missisquoi County Historical Society (ca. 1966-1976), Brome County Historical Society ([1959?]-1976), Protestant Colonization Society (1958), Other organizations (1955-1989), Scrapbooks ([196-?]-[199-?]), Vital statistics (1916-1994), and Correspondence ([1971?]-1993).

Account books

The series contains primary source material on account books dating from 1848 to [1989?]. It consists of six books. The series is comprised of the following files; Cleveland, Carmichael & Co. (1853-1885), Foster & Co. (1848-[185-?]), William J. Derick (1878-1891), James Quig & James Carbonneau ([1906?]-[1989?]), Unidentified ([1863?]-[1889?]), and School Commissioners (1916-1935).

Carrie Ella Beerwort

The file contains primary source information on the life of Carrie Ella Beerwort in Burlington from 1894 to 1923. It consists of letters written by Carrie to her brother-in-law, Morris C. Derick (a.k.a. Mott), regarding her employment as a nanny and family news from 1894 to 1895 and a copy of the last will and testament of Mabel D. Bangs from 1923.

Beerwort, Carrie Ella (b. 1870)

Vaughan

The sub-series contains secondary and primary source material on the Vaughan family of Missisquoi County and Selkirk, Manitoba from 1778 to 1993. It consists mainly of photocopies of original correspondence, photographs, and certificates; research notes and correspondence; and family trees. The sub-series is comprised of the following files: Family Research (1785 [photocopied 1968]-1993), Amos H. Vaughan (1784 [photocopied]-[1965?]), Gershom Vaughan ([197-?]), Josephus Vaughan (1778 [photocopied]-1988), Lynds S. Vaughan (1865 [photocopied]-[198-?]), Reuben H. Vaughan (1846-[198-?]), and Benjamin Vaughan (1778[photocopied]-1853[photocopied]).

Naylor

The subseries contains primary and secondary source information on the personal, professional, and military lives of the Naylor family in Missisquoi County and in Manitoba from 1862 to 1992. It consists primarily of correspondence, photographs, biographical notes, family tree research, newspaper clippings, and land deeds pertaining to various members of the Naylor family. The subseries is comprised of the following files: Family research (1911[copied]-1990), Business affairs ([187-?]-[1975]), Property (1862-1921[photocopied]), Agnes A. Naylor (1911-1930), Benjamin V. Naylor (1874-1919), Donald B. Naylor (1914-1992), Elizabeth Bessie Naylor ([190-?]-1960), George B. Naylor (1901-1985), Grace A. Naylor (!903-1959), Herbert V. Naylor (1913-1917, 1987), Rev. William H. Naylor (1910-1990), and Other Naylor Photographs ([186-?]-1929).

Rev. WIlliam H. Naylor

The file contains primary and secondary source information on Reverend William Herbert Naylor from 1910 to 1990. It consists of a copy of land deed from William H. Naylor to George Bryan, biographical research, obituaries for W.H. Naylor and for his son, Rev. Reuben Kenneth Naylor, and correspondence between L. Reed Naylor and Herbert R. Derick.