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Biography of Rev. Duncan McColl

  • CA CCA MC23
  • Item
  • 1964

A biography of the Rev. Duncan McColl by Rev. J. Austin Jardine, St. Stephen, May 12, 1964.

Jardine, Rev. J. Austin

Certificate for two shares in the St. Stephen Rural Cemetery, 1856

  • CA CCA MC128
  • Item
  • 1856 & 1861

A certificate for two shares in the St. Stephen Rural Cemetery, value 5 pounds issued to Nehemiah Marks December 17, 1856 and signed by F.H. Todd, Pres. and D. Brown secretary; a certificate for Lot No. 234 on Cedar Avenue, value 18 pounds, issued to Riv. John S. Thompson September 18, 1861 signed by D. Brown.

St. Stephen Rural Cemetery

Charles Short's Shipyards

  • CA CCA MC 935
  • Fonds
  • [ca.1880s], April 30 1955

This fonds contains material related to the shipyards operated by Charles Short in St. Stephen, New Brunswick, and Calais, Maine. It includes a newspaper article and booklet on the history of one of their ships, the "Rocklands".

Charles Short's Shipyards

Charles Smith Collection

  • CA CCA 556
  • Fonds
  • 1789-1990

This collection contains documents belonging to Reverend Charles M. Smith of Rollingdam, New Brunswick, including both documents related to his research projects into local history as well as his duties as a Reverend. Documents related to these duties include marriage records for marriages performed by Charles Smith, and his notes and drafts for eulogies that were done at funeral services. Documents related to Charles Smith’s research projects include hand drawn and printed maps and drawings, published material and primary documents used by Charles Smith to support his research, and notes on church history, roadwork and early travel, local history, Charlotte County schools, and genealogical data. Also included are St. Croix Courier articles and essays written by Charles Smith, as well as the drafts for those items, and his correspondences, which include letters containing information related to his research and more personal letters.

Charlotte County Essays

  • CA CCA MC 873
  • Collection
  • 1993

This collection contains a pair of essays whose topics are related to Charlotte County. The first is titled “Cultural Life of Charlotte County: Presentation to Heritage Canada” by Margaret Ray Peterson, which discusses the culture of Charlotte County and how it can still be seen today. The second essay is titled “The National Policy and the Industrialization of the Maritimes, 1880-1910” by T.W. Acheson, which discusses an economic transition which occurred in the Maritimes during the late 1800s.

Downtown St. Stephen Business Improvement Area

  • CA CCA MC 918
  • Fonds
  • 2003

This fonds contains items related to the Downtown St. Stephen (DSS) Business Improvement Area (BIA), including a pair of newsletters published by the BIA and meeting minutes.

Downtown St. Stephen Business Improvement Area

Freeman Hale Todd family fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1832-1921

This collection contains documents pertaining to Freeman Hale Todd's business ventures, including his logging and lumber business along the St Croix River Region, as well as his merchant and grocery businesses. These include account books, promissory notes, receipts and documents related to shipping as well as deeds, indentures, mortgages, assignments of land and insurance policies. There are also wills, family papers and matters relating to Probate that pertain to Freeman Hale Todd's estate after his death on 9 September 1885. Documents involving a co-partnership between Ninian Lindsay Todd and F. H. Todd & Sons are also included. Freeman Hale Todd's election address from when he was elected in 1865 as a candidate opposing the Confederation of New Brunswick with Canada also fall under the scope of this collection. There are also some documents related to his eldest son Frank Todd which include promissory notes, receipts, correspondences, and mortgages related to his business ventures and investments in Maine and New Brunswick.

Freeman Hale Todd & Sons

Girl Guides, Brownies & Rangers Passamaquoddy Division

  • CA CCA MC571
  • Collection
  • 1910 - 1993

This collection consists of the records of the Girl Guides, Brownies, and Sea Rangers Passamaquoddy Division documenting the local association’s administrative and financial activities as well as training materials, ceremonies, camping excursions, activities and events, organizational history, music, and publications produced or participated in by the Guides, Brownies, and Sea Rangers of Charlotte County.

Annual reports, minutes, and newsletters produced by the Provincial office are included in this collection as they contain detailed information on the Passamaquoddy Division.

Girl Guides, Brownies and Rangers Passamaquoddy Division

McKenzie Family Collection

  • CA CCA MC5
  • Collection
  • 1820 - 1954

Many of the documents in this collection are related to the operation of George McKenzie's tidal mill and other business ventures in Mascarene, including business correspondences, legal affairs, shipping operations, orders, bills, and receipts. More personal correspondences involving the family matters of Hector and Julia McKenzie are also included.

McKenzie family (Charlotte County)

Nehemiah Marks fonds

  • CA CCA MC 669
  • Fonds
  • 1788 - 1920s

This collection consists of correspondence, financial records, military records, and legal documents relating to the personal and official activities of Captain Nehemiah Marks, and his son Lieutenant Colonel Nehemiah Marks. Included records of early surveys and explorations of the lands near St. Stephen along the western branch of the St. Croix (Scoodiac) river; military records of the 4th Battalion Charlotte County Militia and the 97th Infantry Regiment; deeds and quitclaims for property in the town of St. Stephen (Morriston); and articles and books relating to the Loyalist settlement of St. Stephen, a history of Trinity Church, and Thomas Baillie.

Addition of deeds and maps from Charlotte and York County pertaining to Nehemiah Marks granting, plotting, and surveying land. These also include plans for future railroad ideas and plans for St. Stephen and surrounding areas, with some maps going further up New Brunswick and one heavily damaged map of Maine in 1837.

Nehemiah Marks Sr.

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