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Canadian Pacific Railway Company

  • CA CC MCC10
  • Fonds
  • [189?] - 1964

This fonds consists of staff registers listing engineers and firemen employed by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company; letter books containing CPR staff appointments; a payroll book including the salaries received by Carleton County residents; timetables; staff bulletins containing news about company operations; and publications of "The Spanner," a magazine published by the CPR, issues dating from 1848-1864 .

Canadian Pacific Railway Company

Dunbar Engine and Foundry Company

  • CA CC MCC64
  • Fonds
  • 1917-1940

This fonds consists of a 1917-1942 Dunbar Engine and Foundry Company business ledger containing names of Carleton County businesses, the type of service and goods provided to these businesses, date, amount charged, and note of payment received.

Dunbar Engine and Foundry Company

George Heber Connell

  • CA CC MCC70
  • Fonds
  • 1854-1878

Fonds consists of documents related to George H. Connell's activities as a land owner and merchant. There are correspondence, deeds, financial information, and descriptions of property. Correspondence includes letters from customers, family relatives, and political associates in Ottawa, and telegrams. Deeds contain the date, description of property, amount, and names of those involved in the transaction. Financial documents include two cash books, a ledger, and insurance renewal for George H. Connell and Charles Connell. Descriptions of property name the location, acreage, and names of owners.

Connell, George Herber

George W. Boyer

  • CA CC 785
  • Fonds
  • 1864-1887

This fonds consists badly damaged originals and transciptions. It includes George W. Boyer's correspondence with business associates regarding a bill of sale and settling his accounts with Carleton County businesses; and correspondence with family members including Anna Boyer and Issey Boyer.

Boyer, George W.

Jeremiah Mansfield Connell

  • CA CC MCC68
  • Fonds
  • 1830 - [186-?]

This fonds consists of documents related to Jeremiah M. Connell's activities as a land owner in Carleton County. There are land grants, J.M. Connell's probate, and an estate list which contains information on real estate and bank and farm stock owned by J.M. Connell. It also lists names of those indebted to J.M. Connell through bonds and mortgages. Fonds also contains records of these bonds, mortgages, and deeds, and J.M. Connell's account information.

Connell, Jeremiah Mansfield

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)

McKeen's Drug Store

  • CA CC MCC12
  • Fonds
  • 1912-1969

Fonds consists of financial documents and some correspondence belonging to McKeen's Drug Store. Financial materials include cheque stubs, 1938-1960, statements, and account books, dated 1912-1969. Account books include payroll and accounts payable information. Correspondence, dated 1955-1968, consists of prescription information and prescription inquiries from customers. There are medical forms naming Carleton County physicians ordering prescriptions for patients and including name of patient, medicine, special directions, and in a few cases, the type of ailment.

McKeen's Drug Store

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

Smith and Morehouse family

  • CA CC MCC25
  • Fonds
  • 1787-1914

"This fonds consists of documents gathered by Judith Smith Morehouse, her family relatives, and their descendants. Richard Smith's documents pertain to his activities as a landowner and include mortgages, deeds, leases, agreements, and bonds. His estate documents include correspondence, account books, timber transactions, and receipts. All documents date between 1800-1836. Judith Smith Morehouse's materials date from 1834-1856, and include indentures, leases, bonds, record books, agreements, and family correspondence. Smith family documents, dated 1787-1835, contain legal materials and account information related to Jacob, Benjamin, John, Oliver, and Sidney Smith.

Frederick Morehouse's documents consist of bonds, indentures, mortgages, and business correspondence dating from 1826-1843. Morehouse family documents consist of legal and financial papers belonging to Charles, Daniel, George, Henry, and John Morehouse, dated 1822-1837.

The related Dibblee family's documents contain legal papers consisting of deeds, leases, business correspondence, and John Dibblee's 1856-1858 diary. Beardsley family documents contain legal, correspondence, and account information, 1834-1850. Maps show Sussex, NB; the Pacific Ocean; Westmoreland; Connell Street, NB; and the plot of land leased to Jeremiah M. Connell by Judith Smith."

Smith and Morehouse (family)

Willam Fyler Dibblee

  • CA CC MCC65
  • Fonds
  • 1875-1885

Fonds consists of documents related to William F. Dibblee's position as police magistrate for the town of Woodstock. There are signed statements from witnesses of illegal activities committed in Carleton County, including names, dates, and descriptions of the criminal activity. Also included in the fonds are purchase invoices, made by Dibblee, from Carleton County businesses.

Dibblee, William Fyler

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