Affichage de 708 résultats

Description archivistique
Charlotte County Archives
Options de recherche avancée
Aperçu avant impression Affichage :

Land Grants

  • CA CCA MC 511-MS 4
  • Série organique
  • Traced 10.4.06. Original date unknown.
  • Fait partie de Spinney Family fonds

This series consists of records of land granted in Charlotte County along the Magaguadavic River.

John Gilman

  • CA CCA MC8
  • Fonds
  • 1750 - 1900

Note to file dated 16 May 1981 documents an engineering drawing on holdings of Mr. Eaton of St. Stephen in the late 1800's; also a reference to an original map of the St. Croix River signed by government surveyor, Morris. Assessors' Lists, File Nos. 1,2,3,4,5,6,7; Deeds and Mortgages, File Nos. 8,9,10,11,12; Investments, Securities and Accounts, File No. 13; Rifle Company Documents and Accounts, Annual Inspection Returns, File No. 14; Insurance Policies, File No. 15. Also included are Genealogical file from Dublin Castle dated 25 May 1966; Report of Holdings search for Mr. Evan Gill dated 8 March 1979; and results of genealogical search on Robert Gill from Edinburgh Scotland.

Alexander Stevenson fonds

  • CA CCA MC377
  • Fonds
  • 1772-2003

Includes - 5 pages of genealogy; copy of deed; newspaper copy of letter to Robert Stevenson from his mother in Scotland; diary of Alexander Stevenson in combination with a record of pupils attending the school in Chamcook starts 1835.

Alexander Stevenson Papers

Includes - 5 pages of genealogy; copy of deed; newspaper copy of letter to Robert Stevenson from his mother in Scotland; diary of Alexander Stevenson in combination with a record of pupils attending the school in Chamcook starts 1835.

Hanson Family fonds

  • CA CCA MC634
  • Fonds
  • 1777

The Hanson family traces their roots to Roger de Rastric of Halifax, Yorkshire, England. A few of his descendants emigrated and settled in New England. John Hanson one of those descendants with his friend Ephraim Young sailed in a Whale Boat, in 1777 and landed on Campobello Island. They then sailed to Chamcook Island (now known as Ministers Island) which at that time was unclaimed. John Hanson obtained a location ticket from the Government of Nova Scotia and during six years of residence cleared up to Thirty acres of land. Their families joined them, and for two years lived under greatest distress having large families and no provisions. The subsisted on shell fish and game.

After the influx of loyalists in 1783, their cleared land looked very inviting to the new settlers. In 1784 New Brunswick broke away from Nova Scotia and the new government refused to honor old Location Tickets. So John and Ephrim petitioned the Government in March 1785 for grant to their land stating they have lived there for six years and had cleared land. However, Captain S. Osborne, a British sea captain who had some influence with the governor, also petitioned for the island and he was given the grant. The Hansons and the Youngs received some payment for the island from Osborne. Then Hanson secured a grant of lot No. 3 of the Farms of the Penobscot Association. His descendants still reside in Bocabec and other areas of Charlotte County.

Hanson family (Lepreau)

Biographical sketches of St. Andrews doctors

  • CA CCA MC102
  • Collection
  • 1779 - 2013

Biographical sketches of Dr Samuel Tilley Gove (1813- ) and Dr Harry Gove 1845- ) physicians of St Andrews; Deed from Peter Christie to John Gove 1779; and an account sent out in St Andrews by Dr Gove 1839; offer to gift the Old Gove House in St Andrews to Heritage Canada and a history of Dr. Samuel Tilley Gove; biographical sketch of Dr Gove; family trees for Dr Gove and the Townsend family including genealogical research notes; excerpt from a biography of Sir Leonard Tilley by James Hanney (1912); correspondence from Ross Oborne to Doris and Barbara I Winn, and between Fred Cornford and Ross regarding research on the Tilley and Townsend families; obituary of Edward “Ned” T. Gove (1987).

Town of St. Andrews New Brunswick fonds

  • CA CCA MC345
  • Fonds
  • 1783-Present

Town of St. Andrews voter's list for 1892; town list 1889; Bye-law to Regulate Traffic on Streets in the Town of St. Andrews (1925); Annual Reports 1921,1923, 1925 - 1931.

Town of St. Andrews

Résultats 1 à 10 sur 708