The Diary of Azor Hoyt, with entries from May 1811 until October 1867, with periods of years missing. Because Azor died in 1842 but entries continue until 1867, it is believed that other family members wrote in the diary too. The diary entries are small with large gaps of no entries in between, such as the following order: "June 3rd, 1811 Norton Church raised, August 22nd Brig ISABELLA launched, October 20th severe gale of wind." The diary depicts life in the 1800’s and indicates the important role that the church played in early Loyalists' lives. Church happenings, weddings, murders, and hangings are of significant note.
A book containing the New Testament of the Holy Bible. The last page of the book contains a table of "kindred and affinity" regarding the Christian laws of marriage and incest, as well as a time table illustrating the names of the months, the days of the week, and the hours of the day.
The minute book of the Kings County Farmers' Institute. However, the members of the club did not actually keep minutes, and their minute book only provides records of their meetings. The New Brunswick Farmers' Institute's acts, rules, and regulations quote that "the object of [the institute] shall be the dissemination of agricultural knowledge in its District and the development of local talent."