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Fonds Prudent L. Mercure

  • Fonds
  • 1686 - 1921

Le fonds témoigne de la vie privée et professionnelle d'un personnage important pour les madawaskayens, car il s'est intéressé à l'histoire du Madawaska, ce que personne d'autre n'avait fait avant lui. Grâce à des recherches inlassables et à son patriotisme, il laisse aux historiens une oeuvre considérable. Le fonds comporte 31 séries : Seigneuries Abbé Th. Albert, Concession de terres, Les origines du Madawaska, Recensements, Notes premières familles, Origines religieuses, Les diocèses, Long Lake, Sainte-Anne N.-B., Sud du Comté de Victoria, Lac Baker, Hamelin, Fort Kent, Drummond, Saint-Basile, Mont Carmel, St Bruno, St Léonard, Ste Luce, Edmundston, Madawaska Me, St André de Madawaska, Question nationale, Politique, Frontières-NB-QUE-MAINE, Topographie, Indiens, Milice, Écoles, Divers, Manuscrit et Cartes. Le fonds est constitué de correspondance, de notes, de documents gouvernementaux, de cartes géographiques, de manuscrits, de testaments et d'un rapport.

Fonds Paroisse Saint-Bernard

  • CA CEAAC 1136
  • Fonds
  • 1907-1947

Ce fonds est composé de deux séries : finances (1907-1947) et annonces religieuses (1920-1924). Le chercheur trouvera dans ce fonds les registres de la collecte de la dîme pour les années 1907-1915, 1917-1922 et 1938-1947. Le registre des annonces de la paroisse (messes pour défunts, baptêmes, mariages, sépultures, activités spéciales, etc.) pour les années 1920 à 1924 est aussi disponible dans ce fonds.

Paroisse Saint-Bernard

Fonds Société l'Assomption : Succursale Robichaud - Saint-Anselme

  • CA CEAAC 1175
  • Fonds
  • 1919 - 1920

Ce fonds contient un registre contenant les procès-verbaux des réunions de la succursale Robichaud no 44, on retrouve quelques rapports mensuels de l'état financier de la succursale ainsi que trois lettres circulaires du bureau de direction de la Société l'Assomption à la succursale.

Société l'Assomption - Succursale Robichaud

Église St-Basile fonds : [1792-1975]

  • CA PANB MC1724
  • Fonds
  • Microfilmé en 1989

Le contenu de ce fonds consiste en des registres de naissances, de mariages et de sépultures pour l'église de St-Basile datant de 1767-1993. S'y retrouve aussi des registres de confirmations, 1950-1993, et des index alphabétiques, 1806-1975.

New Brunswick Railway Company

  • CA CC MCC9
  • Fonds
  • 1884

This fonds consists of receipt forms from the New Brunswick Railway Company's Woodstock station. They list goods such as hay and tea, shipped by local businessmen and companies to locations outside of Woodstock. Shippers included: R.M. Bailey; H. Paxton Baird; James Boyd; Connell Brothers; W.F. Dibblee and Son; C.H. Ferguson; P. Gillen; H.A. Haer; A. Henderson; Johnson and Co.; G.R. Ketchum; R.B. Manzer; Fred Moore; D. Phillips; J.T. Raymond and Co.; Small and Fisher and Co.; Union Foundry Co.; Charles VanWart; Woodstock Woodworking Co.; and F.A. Wyman.

New Brunswick Railway Company

Winslow family

  • CA CC MCC45
  • Fonds
  • 1860 - ca. 1921

Fonds consists of an 1884 Winslow family Bible containing names of Winslow family members and names of the related Smith and Connell families. Names include: Muriel Stevens Smith, Roy Fraser Armstrong, Donald Fraser Armstrong, Helen Margaret Armstrong, Mary Gretchen Connell Smith, John Douglas Winslow, Mary Helen Winslow, John Edward Connell Winslow, Muriel Elizabeth Robert Winslow, Benjamin Henry Smith, Helen Ella Smith, and Henry Eric Connell Smith. Also included are dates of marriages, deaths, and births. Fonds also contains photographs, dated late 1800s to 1915, of unidentified individuals and a certificate of marriage between Benjamin Henry Smith and Helen Ella Connell, Henry Eric Connell Smith's baptism, and Helen Ella Connell's birth certificate.

Winslow family (Descendants of John Douglas Winslow, Woodstock)

James C. Hovey

  • CA CC MCC41
  • Fonds
  • [ca. 1890 - 1931]

"This fonds consists of documents related to James C. Hovey's work with the provincial Department of Public Works as a supervisor of roads. There are letters regarding Hovey's responsibilities with the Department of Public Works, road tax notices, certificates, and correspondence with the Cobbler Sexton Mining Company Limited.

There are also documents from the parish of Northampton, school district 2, including minute books, teacher agreements for both Ella R. Purvis and Etta Grant (1919), and classroom registers for teachers Effie M. Forest and Annie E. Gibson, dated 1915-1916 and 1925-1926. The relationship between James Hovey and the school records is unknown."

Hovey, James Carter

Clark McBride

  • CA CC MCC42
  • Fonds
  • c. 1888 - 1963

Fonds mainly consists of Clark McBride's daily journals, dated 1899-1955, that include information on his personal activities and monthly accounts. Fonds also contains business documents consisting of promissory notes, correspondence, and tax notices regarding the school and municipality of the parish of Wilmot. Personal documents include Eda McBride's 1952 death certificate and correspondence.

McCain family

  • CA CC MCC23
  • Fonds
  • 1815-1967

Fonds consists mainly of documents related to McCain family-owned businesses during the period of 1815-1967. Contained within the fonds are ledgers, account books, notebooks, receipts, and business correspondence with company associates. Family correspondence is shared by the following McCain family members: Andrew, Hazel, Henry and his wife, Mary, Muriel, Hugh Gordon, Billy, Hugh John, and John McCain. Photographs, dated 1880 to1931, show family members. Also included in the fonds are maps which show the locations of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan; Glassville, NB; Winnipeg, Manitoba; and Carleton County, NB.

McCain family

Carleton County Historical Society

  • CA CC MCC53
  • Fonds
  • 1960-1997

Fonds consists of documents related to the Carleton County Historical Society's administration, finances, projects, fundraisers, social events, and legal records. Legal documents include the 1960 letters patent and deeds of property owned by the society including the McClosky, Cluff and Sharpe houses, the Old County Court House, Connell House, property of Myles Brown, and lands once owned by the Wright family. Administration materials consist of daily reports, 1960-1985; executive minutes; annual minutes, 1960-1987; annual reports, 1960-1975; policies and regulation documents; by-laws; and business correspondence. Financial papers include statements, receipts, taxation, grants, and insurance policies. Project information relates to the conservation of Connell House, Carleton County Heritage Center, Old County Court House and the Upper Woodstock study. Fundraisers and social event materials include information on the society's salmon frys, 1960-1971; balls; dramatic presentations; and Christmas productions. Photographs include black and white aerial and land shots of Upper Woodstock, 1960s-1970s; black and white photographs of costume balls, social events, and salmon frys; and photographs honouring the founding members of the Carleton County Historical Society.

Carleton County Historical Society

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