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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.