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  • 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
  • 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
  • Lease Indenture between Trustees of the Presbyterian Congregation of the Township of Stamford and Bartholomew Crannell Beardsley.
    Lease Indenture between Trustees of the Presbyterian Congregation of the Township of Stamford and Bartholomew Crannell Beardsley.
    text  12 Dec 1816,     Bartholomew Crannell Beardsley (October 21, 1775 - March 24, 1855) was a lawyer, judge and political figure in Upper Canada and New Brunswick.He was born in Poughkeepsie, New York in 1775, the son of John Beardsley, chaplain in a loyalist regiment, and he came north with his family to New ...
    text  12 Dec 1816,   Bartholomew Crannell Beardsley (October 21, 1775 - March 24, 1855) was a lawyer, judge and political figure in Upper Canada and New Brunswick.He was born in Poughkeepsie, New York in ...
    Niagara-on-the-Lake Public Library
  • Lease Indenture between Hugh Alexander, Peter Thompson, Archibald Thompson, James Cooper and James Thompson for Lot No. 16 in Stamford, 1816.
    Lease Indenture between Hugh Alexander, Peter Thompson, Archibald Thompson, James Cooper and James Thompson for Lot No. 16 in Stamford, 1816.
    text  12 Dec 1816,     Stamford Township was a township in Upper Canada (later Ontario) on the Niagara Peninsula. The first survey took place around 1776, and twelve families came to settle in the area. As the second township in the region surveyed, it was named Township #2, and later Mount Dorchester for Sir Guy ...
    text  12 Dec 1816,   Stamford Township was a township in Upper Canada (later Ontario) on the Niagara Peninsula. The first survey took place around 1776, and twelve families came to settle in the area. ...
    Niagara-on-the-Lake Public Library
  • 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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