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  • Last WillTestament of Peter Wright - 18 December 1812
    Last WillTestament of Peter Wright - 18 December 1812
    text  18 Dec 1812,     The last willtestament of Peter Wright dated December 18, 1812. Transcription of will is below.
    text  18 Dec 1812,   The last willtestament of Peter Wright dated December 18, 1812. Transcription of will is below.
    Brock University Archives
    1812 History
  • The Statutes of his Majesty's Province of Upper Canada in North America- Sir Isaac Brock, 1812
    The Statutes of his Majesty's Province of Upper Canada in North America- Sir Isaac Brock, 1812
    text  1812,     The Statutes of his Majesty's Province of Upper Canada in North America outlining the recruitment, administration and discipline of the militia.
    text  1812,   The Statutes of his Majesty's Province of Upper Canada in North America outlining the recruitment, administration and discipline of the militia.
    Brock University Archives
    1812 History
  • Promissory Note, February 2, 1812 - William and Abraham Nelles and Nathanial Pettit Estate
    Promissory Note, February 2, 1812 - William and Abraham Nelles and Nathanial Pettit Estate
    text  2 Feb 1812,     A promise by Abraham and William Nelles to pay 50 pounds with interest, New York Currency, to John Pettit and Jonathan Woolverton, executors of the late Nathanial Pettit estate, three years after the date.Witness Will Crooks.
    text  2 Feb 1812,   A promise by Abraham and William Nelles to pay 50 pounds with interest, New York Currency, to John Pettit and Jonathan Woolverton, executors of the late Nathanial Pettit estate, three ...
    Brock University Archives
    1812 History
  • Promissory Note, February 2, 1813 - William and Abraham Nelles and Nathanial Pettit Estate
    Promissory Note, February 2, 1813 - William and Abraham Nelles and Nathanial Pettit Estate
    text  2 Feb 1813,     A promise by Abraham and William Nelles to pay 50 pounds with interest, New York Currency, to John Pettit and Jonathan Woolverton, executors of the late Nathanial Pettit estate, four years after the date.Witness Will Crooks.
    text  2 Feb 1813,   A promise by Abraham and William Nelles to pay 50 pounds with interest, New York Currency, to John Pettit and Jonathan Woolverton, executors of the late Nathanial Pettit estate, four ...
    Brock University Archives
    1812 History
  • Promissory Note, February 2, 1811 - William and Abraham Nelles and Nathanial Pettit Estate
    Promissory Note, February 2, 1811 - William and Abraham Nelles and Nathanial Pettit Estate
    text  2 Feb 1811,     A promise by Abraham and William Nelles to pay 50 pounds with interest, New York Currency, to John Pettit and Jonathan Woolverton, executors of the late Nathanial Pettit estate. Paid in full.Witness Will Crooks.
    text  2 Feb 1811,   A promise by Abraham and William Nelles to pay 50 pounds with interest, New York Currency, to John Pettit and Jonathan Woolverton, executors of the late Nathanial Pettit estate. Paid ...
    Brock University Archives
    1812 History
  • Promissory Note, February 2, 1814 - William and Abraham Nelles and Nathanial Pettit Estate
    Promissory Note, February 2, 1814 - William and Abraham Nelles and Nathanial Pettit Estate
    text  2 Feb 1814,     A promise by Abraham and William Nelles to pay 50 pounds with interest, New York Currency, to John Pettit and Jonathan Woolverton, executors of the late Nathanial Pettit estate, five years after the date.Witness Will Crooks.
    text  2 Feb 1814,   A promise by Abraham and William Nelles to pay 50 pounds with interest, New York Currency, to John Pettit and Jonathan Woolverton, executors of the late Nathanial Pettit estate, five ...
    Brock University Archives
    1812 History
  • Promissory Note, February 2, 1815 - William and Abraham Nelles and Nathanial Pettit Estate
    Promissory Note, February 2, 1815 - William and Abraham Nelles and Nathanial Pettit Estate
    text  2 Feb 1815,     A promise by Abraham and William Nelles to pay 50 pounds with interest, New York Currency, to John Pettit and Jonathan Woolverton, executors of the late Nathanial Pettit estate, six years after the date.Witness Will Crooks.
    text  2 Feb 1815,   A promise by Abraham and William Nelles to pay 50 pounds with interest, New York Currency, to John Pettit and Jonathan Woolverton, executors of the late Nathanial Pettit estate, six ...
    Brock University Archives
    1812 History
  • Promissory Note, February 2, 1816 - William and Abraham Nelles and Nathanial Pettit Estate
    Promissory Note, February 2, 1816 - William and Abraham Nelles and Nathanial Pettit Estate
    text  2 Feb 1816,     A promise by Abraham and William Nelles to pay 36 pounds with interest, New York Currency, to John Pettit and Jonathan Woolverton, executors of the late Nathanial Pettit estate, seven years after the date.Witness Will Crooks.
    text  2 Feb 1816,   A promise by Abraham and William Nelles to pay 36 pounds with interest, New York Currency, to John Pettit and Jonathan Woolverton, executors of the late Nathanial Pettit estate, seven ...
    Brock University Archives
    1812 History
  • Military commission of George Ridout in the York Militia, June 1812
    Military commission of George Ridout in the York Militia, June 1812
    text  30 Jun 1812,     This is the military commission appointing George Ridout to the rank of Lieutenant in the Flank Company of the Third Regiment of the York Militia. It was issued by Isaac Brock, President Administering the Government of Upper Canada and Major General Commanding his Majesty's forces therein on June 29, 1812. ...
    text  30 Jun 1812,   This is the military commission appointing George Ridout to the rank of Lieutenant in the Flank Company of the Third Regiment of the York Militia. It was issued by Isaac ...
    Brock University Archives
    1812 History
  • Militia General Orders, December 2, 1814
    Militia General Orders, December 2, 1814
    text  2 Dec 1814,     Militia General Orders dated December 2, 1814, disbanding the militia at the conclusion of the War of 1812. The orders were authorized by C.Foster, Adjutant General of Militia, Upper Canada.
    text  2 Dec 1814,   Militia General Orders dated December 2, 1814, disbanding the militia at the conclusion of the War of 1812. The orders were authorized by C.Foster, Adjutant General of Militia, Upper Canada.
    Brock University Archives
    1812 History
  • R. Lawson letter, September 17, 1812.
    R. Lawson letter, September 17, 1812.
    text  17 Sept 1812,     A letter from R. Lawson dated at Chatham, September 7, 1812, regarding movement of the 9th infantry. The letter is signed R. Lawson M Genl [Major General].
    text  17 Sept 1812,   A letter from R. Lawson dated at Chatham, September 7, 1812, regarding movement of the 9th infantry. The letter is signed R. Lawson M Genl [Major General].
    Brock University Archives
    1812 History
  • Letter from J.E.A. Masters to Josiah Masters, November 11, 1812
    Letter from J.E.A. Masters to Josiah Masters, November 11, 1812
    text  11 Nov 1812,     A War of 1812 letter written to Josiah Masters, Shaghticoke, New York, from his nephew J.E.A. Masters, dated November 11, 1812. The letter refers to an impending invasion of Canada at Montreal.
    text  11 Nov 1812,   A War of 1812 letter written to Josiah Masters, Shaghticoke, New York, from his nephew J.E.A. Masters, dated November 11, 1812. The letter refers to an impending invasion of Canada ...
    Brock University Archives
    1812 History
  • John Adams Smith letter, January 14, 1813.
    John Adams Smith letter, January 14, 1813.
    text  14 Jan 1813,     A letter written by John Adams Smith, grandson of President John Adams, with commentary on the War of 1812. The letter is addressed to his uncle, Justus B. Smith, Hamilton, Madison County, and is dated January 14, 1813.
    text  14 Jan 1813,   A letter written by John Adams Smith, grandson of President John Adams, with commentary on the War of 1812. The letter is addressed to his uncle, Justus B. Smith, Hamilton, ...
    Brock University Archives
    1812 History
  • John Bentley letter, Sept. 26, 1813.
    John Bentley letter, Sept. 26, 1813.
    text  26 Sept 1813,     A letter written by John Bentley, an American soldier during the War of 1812, to his wife Betsey. The letter makes reference to an impending attack on Canada, with speculation the attack may occur at Kingston, Montreal or Prescott.
    text  26 Sept 1813,   A letter written by John Bentley, an American soldier during the War of 1812, to his wife Betsey. The letter makes reference to an impending attack on Canada, with speculation ...
    Brock University Archives
    1812 History
  • Daniel D. Tompkins letter to General Dearborn, June 28, 1812
    Daniel D. Tompkins letter to General Dearborn, June 28, 1812
    text  28 June 1812,     A letter written by Daniel D. Tompkins in response to a letter he received from Major General Dearborn. The letter is dated June 28, 1812 and describes the great need for arms and supplies for the American militia.
    text  28 June 1812,   A letter written by Daniel D. Tompkins in response to a letter he received from Major General Dearborn. The letter is dated June 28, 1812 and describes the great need ...
    Brock University Archives
    1812 History
  • Additional Return for Ordnance Stores for the Use of Capt. Thos. Biddle's Compy Corps of Artillery, June 24, 1814.
    Additional Return for Ordnance Stores for the Use of Capt. Thos. Biddle's Compy Corps of Artillery, June 24, 1814.
    text  24 June 1814,     A return for ordnance stores for Captain Thos. Biddle's company corps of artillery during the War of 1812. The document is dated June 24, 1814 at the Artillery Encampment, Buffalo, and is signed by James Hall, Lieut.Conductor of Ord., and J. Hindman, Major Coms. Arty. Some of the supplies listed ...
    text  24 June 1814,   A return for ordnance stores for Captain Thos. Biddle's company corps of artillery during the War of 1812. The document is dated June 24, 1814 at the Artillery Encampment, Buffalo, ...
    Brock University Archives
    1812 History
  • Land Deed Between Archibald Jones and Sam Clendennan in the Township of Louth- 1816
    Land Deed Between Archibald Jones and Sam Clendennan in the Township of Louth- 1816
    text  1816,     Land Deed Between Archibald Jones and Sam Clendennan for Lot 17 in the Township of Louth, measuring approximately 5 acres.
    text  1816,   Land Deed Between Archibald Jones and Sam Clendennan for Lot 17 in the Township of Louth, measuring approximately 5 acres.
    Jordan Historical Museum
    1812 History
  • Receipt for Goods Between Samuel Honsber(g) and Mark Reavely
    Receipt for Goods Between Samuel Honsber(g) and Mark Reavely
    text  1819,     A receipt for cloth dressing from Mark Reavely to Samuel Honsber(g)
    text  1819,   A receipt for cloth dressing from Mark Reavely to Samuel Honsber(g)
    Jordan Historical Museum
    1812 History
  • Treaty of Ghent
    Treaty of Ghent
    imagepublicationtext  Dec 24, 1814,     Scanned image of the treaty document, signed on December 24, 1814 in Ghent, Belgium at meeting of American delegates and British commissioners. Great Britain agreed to relinquish claims to the Northwest Territory, and both countries pledged to work toward ending the slave trade. America, in turn, gained influence as a ...
    imagepublicationtext  Dec 24, 1814,   Scanned image of the treaty document, signed on December 24, 1814 in Ghent, Belgium at meeting of American delegates and British commissioners. Great Britain agreed to relinquish claims to the ...
    Six Nations Public Library
    1812 History
  • Medical Affidavit from Grant Powell, Surgeon, concerning Daniel McDougal- 1816
    Medical Affidavit from Grant Powell, Surgeon, concerning Daniel McDougal- 1816
    text  05 Aug 1816,     This document is an affidavit from Grant Powell, a surgeon in York, certifying that Daniel McDougal was not capable of earning a living. McDougal was in the UpperCanada Incorporated Militia during the War of 1812. It is said that he was at Fort George on March 27, 1813 when it ...
    text  05 Aug 1816,   This document is an affidavit from Grant Powell, a surgeon in York, certifying that Daniel McDougal was not capable of earning a living. McDougal was in the UpperCanada Incorporated Militia ...
    Niagara Historical Society Museum
    1812 History
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