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Date
1858-1975
Collection/Fonds
Renfrew County Land Records Collection
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
162 abstract indexes; approx. 250,000 individual instruments; 56 maps
{add=© 2018 Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives Finding Aid to Renfrew County Land Records 1821 - 1975 This document provides a Table of Contents for the Land Record Books in our collection. Use it to quickly determine which book or books may contain information on the property (lot) of interest
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Date
1858-1975
Format
textual records
map
Collection/Fonds
Renfrew County Land Records Collection
Description Level
Fonds
Reproduction Location
Microfilm at County Land Registry, Pembroke
Creator
Renfrew County Land Registry
Physical Description
162 abstract indexes; approx. 250,000 individual instruments; 56 maps
Physical Condition
The indexes and instruments are in various stages of deterioration. Instruments are folded within drawers. Many are stapled and torn. The maps have been removed from their wooden frames, where applicable, and have been cleaned using Absorene, a paper and book cleaner.
Custodial History
The Renfrew County Land Records collection was transferred from the Renfrew County Land Registry in Pembroke to the AMBA in the fall of 2000. The Land Registry documents reflect the development of Renfrew County from 1858 to approximately 1975. In February 2010, 56 maps were transferred to the AMBA which were no longer in use at the Pembroke Land Registry Office. Maps and plans for the southern portion of Renfrew County are described at the item level within this fonds.
Scope and Content
RESEARCH GUIDE: Using the Renfrew County Land Records What can you learn from the land records here? If you own or are researching a property in Renfrew County, the land records here at the Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives can help you find out its history from the very first owner until about 1970, including owners, value at different times and more. In many cases, we have original deeds and other documents related to the property. If you are researching your ancestors, the land records will only help if (a) they owned property and (b) you know where that property was. In a perfect world, you would know the township, concession or range and lot number if the property were rural or the town/village, plan number and lot number for a property in a built-up area. Street or postal addresses do not identify properties in the land records, but they can often point a researcher to the right concession or plan number. If you only know the township or town, you are unlikely to find the land records helpful. There is a partial exception – if the property is in Arnprior or McNab Township, we might have it indexed by name for some dates. How the countryside was divided up and ownership recorded. The basics of land holding in Ontario were established shortly after the British conquest of Canada in 1760. All land was presumed to be Indian Land until acquired by the Crown. By law, only the Crown could ‘purchase’ Indian Land, though such purchases were often little more than outright theft. Once acquired by the Crown, the land had to be surveyed before it could be transferred – by grant or sale – to private ownership. In this province, surveys generally preceded settlement. Rural property: The basic unit of territorial division was, and is, the township . London’s instructions to Governor Haldimand in July, 1783 directed him to have land surveyed to accommodate refugees from the American War of Independence. The instructions suggested that townships fronting on navigable rivers have 2 – 4 leagues of frontage and be 3 – 5 leagues deep, otherwise they should be “run square or in such shape and in such quantities as shall be convenient and practicable.” Later governors received similar directions. Government-appointed surveyors divided the township into lots, the basic units of land ownership and registration. In the earliest townships the standard lot was 200 acres ; this went down gradually over time and many Renfrew county townships were surveyed with 100-acre lots. Every township contains several hundred lots, so they have to be organised for record-keeping purposes. The standard method is to arrange the lots in rows, roughly a mile wide, called concessions, with road allowances dividing concessions. Those allowances, when opened as roads, are often called “lines” or “concession roads”. In some counties like Lanark, concession roads are confusingly called concessions on maps and road signs. They are not; they are roads and the land between them is the concession. Township roads other than concession roads are normally called “side roads”. The concessions run perpendicular to one of the township boundaries, called the base line. In some counties, all the township baselines are parallel to each other, so the concessions all run the same way. That is not true of Renfrew; for historical reasons the easternmost townships have baselines that run east-west(ish), while those to the west have north-south(ish) baselines. Concessions are normally numbered. On survey maps concession numbers are normally printed in roman numerals, so as to avoid confusion with lot numbers. Concessions can be assigned (capital) letters instead of numbers, often following the numbered concessions . Many Renfrew County townships have all of their lots laid out in concessions. Others also include ranges of lots. Unlike arrow-straight concessions, ranges are rows that curve to follow natural features like shorelines or man-made ones such as colonisation roads. Renfrew county examples include the ranges along the Bonnechere River in Bromley and Admaston townships and ranges in several townships of road lots on the Ottawa-Opeongo road. Ranges have names or letters, rather than numbers. Whether it is part of a concession or of a range, each lot or part lot in a township has a unique two-part identifier: its group (concession number or range name) and number within the group. For part lots the number will have an additional qualifier, e.g. ‘NW ¼ of lot x, concession Y’. If the property of interest to you is rural, the two-part identifier with any qualifiers is all you will need to find its records. Feel free to skip the next section. If it is in a built-up area, read on. Town, village and suburban property: Land records based on 100-200 acre lots are not much use when town properties are typically 50 by 100 feet or even smaller. Town plots, made up of relatively tiny lots, were sometimes laid out in the original surveys of Ontario townships but much more commonly towns and villages were created out of existing township lots. For instance, the Act that created the Village of Arnprior in 1862 defined the village as comprising “The North-east half of Lots Numbers two, three, four and five in the thirteenth Concession; Lots Numbers two, three, four and five in the fourteenth Concession: and Lots Numbers three and four in the fifteenth Concession of the said Township of McNab in the County of Renfrew.” Six lots and four half-lots for a whole town site. By the time the Act was passed, some of those original McNab lots had already been divided up for sale by their owners. The process was as follows. A surveyor is engaged to develop a plan of subdivision of one or more existing lots, creating smaller numbered lots separated by street allowances. When the plan is approved by the municipality and accepted by the Land Registry, it is given a plan number and a new land record series is established for the lots created by the plan. To repeat the warning given earlier, lot numbers are not related to street addresses. The process of sub-division can be repeated. That is, a lot created by Plan 7 may later be further divided by Plan 22 and so on. At every stage, new numbered lots are created, together with a new series of records. Over time, a given spot on the ground may have several different lot and plan numbers and be recorded in several abstract indexes. Urban lots can also be split more simply into, for instance E and W half-lots. This does not create a new record series, just a ‘qualified’ record as it does for country lots. The same two-part identifier system applies to urban properties as to rural. The only difference is that the plan number replaces the concession number or range name. Land records: The records here in the Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives are physical, not digital. They are in two parts:
Filing cabinets filled with thousands of original documents such as deeds, called instruments. These are organised by township or town and by the serial number assigned when they were filed, starting with 1 and continuing as high as needed.
Huge register books called abstract indexes , recording for each lot every transaction from the original Crown sale or grant onward, including the serial numbers of instruments. Each lot has its own page, or pages if there are many transactions. Even if parts of a lot are sold, transactions for all parts will continue to be recorded on the same page. Severing a lot into parts does not create new lots; only a Plan can do that. For townships, the books are arranged by concession and lot number, Book One starting with Concession One, Lot 1. Typically, alphabetical concessions and ranges follow the numbered concessions. Other lands, e.g. road allowances and islands, often come last. For towns the books run from Lot 1 on the lowest-numbered plan to the highest-numbered lot on the highest-numbered plan. How many books will depend on the amount of sub-division. We have abstract indexes for all 37 of the historic townships of Renfrew County. Some townships are covered in a single book; others use as many as four. We also have abstract indexes for 36 hamlets, villages, towns and our one city, Pembroke. While most of these places are still on the map, many have been absorbed by neighbours or faded from memory. All abstract indexes and instruments are irreplaceable historic artefacts. Please wear the gloves provided and handle the documents carefully. How to find a property in the records To use the land records, you will need to visit the archives; there is no online access. Once you are here: For properties anywhere in Renfrew County the ease of finding records depends on how much information you have. 1. If you know the two-part identifier for a lot of interest, a volunteer will bring you the appropriate abstract index and help you find the page. 2. If you know the first part of the identifier – the concession, range or plan number – plus another item of information like a name, we can still fetch the correct abstract index for you to search. There are rarely more than forty or so lots in a concession or range, so a search is relatively quick. 3. If you don’t know the concession, range or plan but you can find the property on a map, we have reference maps of all townships that show the concessions, ranges and lots. For the Town of Arnprior, the wall map in our reading room shows the boundaries of the plans. 4. If all you have is the street address of a town property elsewhere in Renfrew County, you will have to rely on the cross-references our volunteers have compiled over the years and which are included in the township/village notes in the Finding Aid to Renfrew County Land Books to identify the correct plan. These finding aids are more or less complete, depending on the locality. The Town of Renfrew remains a significant challenge, as does Pembroke. 5. If all you have is a name, for Arnprior and McNab Township only, we have partial indexes of property owners’ names that might be of help. The McNab index covers the whole township, but shows only the first owner of the lot and the owner in 1861. An update to include all owners to 1975 is under way; it can be accessed on request. Indexes for Mansfield and Sand Point show only the second owners of the lots. The Arnprior index, on the other hand, includes all owners from 1825 to 1970 within the area west of the Madawaska River and north of William Street. Should your person turn up, you will get the book and page numbers for all the lots he or she owned. Once on the desired page you can read, transcribe or photograph the information. Because of their size, there is no way to photocopy a page of an abstract index. Blank forms for transcribing from abstract index pages are available on request. How to read an abstract index page A page in an abstract index is a list, in chronological order , of every transaction or event affecting the ownership of one particular lot, in whole or in part, beginning with the Patent by which the Crown transferred it to private ownership or the Plan by which it was created. Each transaction is recorded on a separate line and if the page is filled the list continues on an additional page. If the continuation page is not physically adjacent, a note will direct the user to the correct page number. All abstract index pages have their records divided into the same fields or columns, with more or less the same headings, but they do not always put the columns in the same order. It seems that different suppliers of index books chose their own order of column headings. Often the right-most column on the page has no heading and is used for general remarks. If the original lot has been divided, transactions involving all the part-lots will be intermixed on the same page unless they are included in a plan. The entry in the column Quantity of Land will specify which part(s) of the lot are included in the transaction, though it may be necessary to read the instrument for full particulars. If no quantity is shown, the whole lot is intended. Once a plan sub-divides some or all of the lot, all further transactions for the lands included will be in the new records series created for that plan. Because the registry was exclusively concerned with ownership, the entries on an abstract index page will be transactions that change the ownership (e.g. will, bargain & sale) or make it subject to conditions (e.g. mortgage). Only land ownership is recorded, not buildings on the land. Every record begins with the serial Number of Instrument of the supporting document, which Archives volunteers can use to retrieve the instrument itself if we have it. Patents do not have numbers. Many instrument numbers include a letter. This can be ignored; it refers to a book in which the instruments were once stored and is not used any more. Once it has been retrieved, you can read and transcribe the instrument. You can also have it photocopied or scanned by a volunteer, for a small fee. Bring a USB stick to save scans, or we can email them to you at no additional cost. You are not permitted to photograph instruments. The next column gives the type of Instrument, usually in an abbreviated form. The type of instrument often determines whether or not it will be included in our collection. Patents were never stored in the registry offices. All pre-Confederation instruments and all Wills were retained by the Province when other records were transferred to the Archives. Mortgage documents were normally removed from the registry when the mortgage was discharged. If a line is drawn through a record, e. g. a discharged mortgage, the instrument was removed at that time. Many instruments simply are missing, for reasons we do not know.
Arrangement
The index books are arranged alphabetically by municipality. Instruments are held in filing cabinets, arranged alphabetically by municipality and then by instrument number. The maps are also arranged alphabetically by municipality.
Notes
Loose, miscellaneous documents found in various indexes have been placed with Renfrew County Maps in Map Cabinet 3 Drawer 6.
Related Material
See also Reference Material in Reading Room (purple binder) which contains Lists of Wills found in Arnprior, McNab Township and Horton Abstract Indexes as well as an Index of Probated Wills for Renfrew County 1878-1969.
Accession No.
2003-0161
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Documents

Finding_Aid_for_RC_ Land_Books.pdf

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Date
1867-1967
Collection/Fonds
Reference Material
Description Level
Series
Date
1867-1967
Format
textual records
Collection/Fonds
Reference Material
Description Level
Series
Series
6
Creator
Archives Volunteers
Scope and Content
Various abstracts from the Renfrew County Land Records have been created by volunteers. There is information on the early land owners of McNab Township, Mansfield and Sand Point. There are also lists of wills found in the instruments for some municipalities in South Renfrew.
Accession No.
9999-9999
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Date
1858-1958
Collection/Fonds
Renfrew County Land Records
Description Level
Series
Physical Description
56 plans of various sizes and years.
Date
1858-1958
Format
map
Collection/Fonds
Renfrew County Land Records
Description Level
Series
Series
2
Creator
Renfrew County Land Registry
Physical Description
56 plans of various sizes and years.
Physical Condition
The maps have been removed from their wooden frames, where applicable, and have been cleaned using Absorene, a paper and book cleaner.
History / Biography
On February 20, 2010, the Archives received 56 plans from the County Land Registry Office.
Scope and Content
This series contains the maps received from the Renfrew County Land Records. These were for the southern portion of the county and are arranged alphabetically by municipality.
These maps are described indivdually at the item level in the database.
Accession No.
2003-0161
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Renfrew County Land Records - Arnprior Wills

https://search.adarchives.org/en/permalink/archivaldescr3321
Date
1872-1916
Collection/Fonds
Reference Material
Description Level
Item
Date
1872-1916
Format
textual records
Collection/Fonds
Reference Material
Description Level
Item
Series
6
Creator
Archives Volunteers
Scope and Content
The Town of Arnprior land records were reviewed to find wills listed as instruments. The following references to wills are listed as they appear within the abstract indexes.
Copybook 1
Page Instrument No. Grantor Date Registered
13 B577 Thomas Stewart 1872
18 J4254 Anna Young 1897
19 O6663 James Granston 1909
41 O1219 Margaret Moores 1875
45 J4289 Charlotte Kerr 1897
55 P7498 Margaret Neilson 1916
61 B577 Thomas Stewart 1872
98 O6715 Christiana Russell 1910
109 J4275 James McDermid 1897
134 O6970 John Warnock 1911
135 P7415 George Balfour 1915
140 P7465 Marcelline Valley 1915
140 P7465 Adeline Lamorie 1915
141 N6626 Ellen Storie 1901
141 N6627 William Johnson 1909
150 N6564 James Donaldson 1909
181 N6017 Murdock Munro 1906
183 P7766 Elizabeth Blaisdell 1918
188 F2601 Thomas Body 1887
208 N6272 Julian Ward 1907
240 O6870 Adam McPherson 1911
272 O6663 Dr. James Granston 1909
273 O6945 Richard Murphy 1911
280 J4205 Christina Gillon 1897
282 O7110 Barbara Harrington 1912
298 J4250 William Peachy 1897
Copybook 2
Page Instrument No. Grantor Date Registered
327 B577 Thomas Stewart 1872
336 N6189 John Butler 1907
347 J3800 Edward Kelly 1894
350 O6715 Christiana Russell 1910
363 G3165 Thomas Martin 1891
366 L4976 Archibald Campbell 1901
366 P7396 Archibald Campbell 1915
369 O7352 Joseph Gaudette 1914
370 P7537 William Cardiff 1916
380 O7250 Martin Smith 1913
395 M5517 Archibald McPhee 1904
426 E1913 Mary Ann Tierney 1883
Copybook 3
Page Instrument No. Grantor Date Registered
327 B577 Thomas Stewart 1872
426 E1913 Mary Ann Tierney 1883
Copybook 4
Page Instrument No. Grantor Date Registered
397 N6300 Mary Odber 1908
406 E1938 Thomas O’Neil 1883
419 H3708 Hugh McLachlin 1894
443 M5896 Michael O’Connors 1902
Accession No.
9999-9999
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McNab Township Land Records - McNab - Early Owners

https://search.adarchives.org/en/permalink/archivaldescr1767
Date
1825 - 1970 circa
Collection/Fonds
Reference Material
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
part of red binder
Date
1825 - 1970 circa
Format
textual records
Collection/Fonds
Reference Material
Description Level
Item
Series
6
Creator
Archives Volunteers
Physical Description
part of red binder
History / Biography
The following indexes were compiled by several volunteers under the supervision of Arnold McIntyre at the Arnprior & District Archives using Renfrew County Abstract Indexes for the Township of McNab, Sand Point and Mansfield. This project was completed over a two year period; between 2004 & 2006. As described in Peter Hessel’s book McNab - The Township, the survey for McNab township was completed in 1824 by John McNaughton, who was an apprentice of Reuben Sherwood. Many of the original settlers signed articles of agreement with the Laird in Scotland in 1825. Another group from Scotland arrived in 1830. They traveled at their own expense and settled the rear of the Township near White Lake. Researchers should refer to McNab – The Township for a detailed account of the unusual conditions the settlers faced for the first twenty years that they lived in the Township.
Scope and Content
This index is for the Township of McNab. Indices for Sand Point and Mansfield are in separate descriptons.
Occasionally, the clerk of the Land Records Office misspelled the land owner’s name; so researchers must be vigilant in searching the listing for all variable forms of names. For instance the name McLachlan may be spelled in seven different ways: McLachlan, McLochlan, McLauchlan, McLauchlin, McLaughlan and McLaughlin. Other names with variant spelling include Barry and Barrie; Heddrick and Headrick; Russet, Rosette and Rosset; McNiven, and McNeven; Havy, Hevy, Heavy and Havey; Oram, Orem and Orum; Ledgerwood and Legerwood.
Researchers interested in family history will be able to find where and when their ancestors held land in McNab Township. Moving from these lists, they can then refer to the copy books and view the original instruments which are held in the archives. Documents relating to land transactions prior to 1867 are held in the Archives of Ontario, but copies may be viewed at the Renfrew County Land Records Office (LRO) in Pembroke, Ontario.
The following index is sorted by lot and concession. An index sorted by title holders is available in Section 2 of the binder (located in Reading Room).
Concession A, B, C, D refer to Concession 12, 13, 14 & 15 respectively.
Information in the first four rows of the listing was taken from three separate McNab Township copy books held at the archives. They record original patent holder, concession, lot, and date the land was granted from the Crown.
The property owner in 1861 is listed in the fourth row. These 1861 names were printed in an early copy of the Arnprior Chronicle newspaper and are included here for comparison purposes only. In some cases, the original land owner was the same person listed as owning the land in 1861, but land was often granted to individuals who had no interest in settling on the land. For instance, the land surveyor Reuben Sherwood was granted the patent for 25 lots in the Township but did not live on any of them. In other cases, settlers occupied land for many years before the patent was granted. For instance the patent for the South West ½ of lot 1, Concession 3 wasn’t granted until 1973!
Name Concession Lot Date of Grant Owner in 1861
LINDSAY, William 1 1 Feb. 18, 1882
LINDSAY, William 1 2 Feb. 18, 1882
CAMPBELL, John 1 3 (5 acres) Dec. 12, 1872
1 4 See Bylaw 603 1965
CAMPBELL, John R. 1 E pt. 5 Mar. 27, 1939
1 6 See Bylaw 603 1965
1 E ½ 7 See Bylaw 603 1965
STEWART, John 1 W ½ 7 Jan. 23, 1880
1 8 See Bylaw 603 1965
CRANE, Edwin 1 NE ½ 9 Aug. 27, 1863
1 SW ½ 9 See Bylaw 603 1965
McLAUCHLAN, Donald 1 W ½ 10 Apr. 24, 1882
DORAN, John 1 E ½ 10 Aug. 12, 1884
DORAN, John 1 E ½ 11 Apr. 9, 1883
McLOCHLAN, Thomas A. 1 W ½, 11 Apr. 15, 1931
McLAUCHLAN, Donald 1 E pt. 12 (50 acres) Nov. 17, 1846
McLACHLAN, Thos. Alex. 1 W pt. 12 (100 acres) Mar. 5, 1919
ANDERSON, Elizabeth 1 NE ½ 13 June 13, 1851
ANDERSON, John 1 W ½ 13 June 22, 1875
AULT, John 1 14 May 4, 1838 John Fisher & Jno Muckart
FISHER, Donald 1 15 June 13, 1836 Donald Fisher
WALLACE, John 1 16 Aug. 18, 1849 John Wallace
ROCHESTER, George 1 SE ½ 17 Sept. 8, 1853 Wm. Young Rochester
LECKIE, Alexander 1 NW ½ 17 Feb. 20, 1856 Alexander Leckie
ANDERSON, Duncan 1 18 Dec. 12, 1844 David Leckie
McNIVIN, Alexander (McNEVIN?) 1 19 Aug. 25, 1845 Alex McNivin 11 & 111
McFADGEN, Colin 1 20 July 19, 1860
McGREGOR, Jane 1 E ½ 21 Sept. 12, 1845 Peter McGregor
McNEVIN, Alexander 1 W ½ 21 Aug. 14, 1872
HAMILTON, William 1 E ½ 22 Apr. 18, 1839 John McGregor
McGREGOR, John 1 W ½ 22 May 22, 1875
McNAB, John 1 E ½ 23 Dec. 26, 1888
WHITE, Archibald 1 W ½ 23 May 25, 1876
SMITH, Archibald 1 E ½ 24 Aug. 4, 1863
SMITH, Archibald 1 W ½ 24 Nov. 13, 1883
STEWART, Robert 1 NE ½ 25 June 9, 1846 Jane Stewart
CONROY, James &
McCOOK, John 1 W ½ 25 Sept. 27, 1858 Jean Stewart
MARTIN, John 1 E ½ 26 Jan. 13, 1846 William Morris
MORRIS, James Jr. 1 W ½ 26 (60 acres) Feb. 1, 1859 William Morris
HAMILTON, Catherine 1 27 Aug. 18, 1857 David Blane
WYLIE, James & William 2 1 (127 acres) Nov. 29, 1850 John Wm. Gilmour
WYLIE, James 2 2 (153 acres) Jan. 26, 1852 John Fisher
ROBERTSON, Duncan 2 3 (97 ½ acres) June 28, 1862
HEADRICK, William 2 4 (62 acres) Jan. 20, 1869
HEADRICK, William 2 4 (100 acres) Aug. 20, 1880
HEADRICK, William 2 5 (18 acres) Jan. 20, 1869
HEADRICK, William 2 5 (36 acres) Aug. 20, 1880
STIRLING, Christina 2 6 (93 acres) July 21, 1885
STIRLING, Christina 2 E ½ 7 (76 ½ acres) Jan. 16, 1885
LINDSAY, William 2 W ½ 7 (76 ½ acres) Feb. 18, 1882
2 8 See Bylaw 603 1965
MacLACHLAN, Duncan 2 NE pt. 9 ( 80 acres) Oct. 25, 1862
McINTYRE, Donald ?? 2 W ½ 10
STEWART, John 2 NE ½ 11 Mar. 17, 1866
STEWART, James 2 W pt 11 ( 75 acres) Feb. 2, 1885
McGREGOR, John 2 W ½ 12 Dec. 4, 1861
DUFF, Isett 2 E ½ 12 Dec. 4, 1861
McNAUGHTON, Donald 2 W ½ 13 Oct. 19, 1837 John McGregor
DUFF, Izett 2 NE pt. 13 June 18, 1856 Izett Duff
McNAUGHTON, Donald 2 14 Nov. 4, 1845 DonaldMcNaughton
McLAUGHLIN, Duncan 2 15 Feb. 28, 1852 Duncan McLaughlin
McLAUGHLIN, Duncan 2 W ½ 16 Dec. 24, 1850 Duncan McLaughlin
McLAUGHLIN, Duncan 2 E ½ 16 Aug. 18. 1851 John McLauchlin (50 acres)
Duncan McLaughlin
MONTGOMERIE, David 2 17 Sept. 10, 1847 William Young Rochester
STEWART, Dougald 2 18 July 12, 1847 Subdivided
CAMPBELL, John 2 19 Sept. 4, 1846 John Campbell
McNAB, Francis 2 W ½ 20 July 14, 1845 Duncan McFarlane
McNAB, Francis 2 E ½ 20 May 29, 1847 Duncan McFarlane
McGREGOR, Colin 2 S ½ 21 Mar 5, 1860 Colin McGregor
McNAB, John 2 N ½ 21 Dec. 21, 1870
McNABB, Duncan 2 22 Aug. 6, 1868
McINTYRE, Christian 2 23 Apr. 16, 1839 Christian McIntyre
McNAB, John 2 24 May 3, 1848 William Leckie
MORRIS, James 2 25 Feb. 27, 1833 James Morris Sr.
William Morris
HAMILTON, Robert Day 2 26 Jan. 26, 1856 Robert Day Hamilton
FORREST, John Sr. 2 27 Nov. 17, 1846 John Forrest
BARRY, John 3 NE ½ 1 Mar. 4, 1864
CAMPBELL, Boyd 3 SW ½ June 11, 1973
FISHER, John 3 NW ½ 2 Aug. 13, 1866
BOX, Alexander 3 SE ½ 2 May 7, 1874
HEADRICK, William 3 SW ½ 3 May 31, 1872
HEADRICK, John 3 E ½ 3 Aug. 25, 1874
FLETCHER, Robert 3 E ½ 4 May 6, 1837 Duncan McLaughlan
WYLIE, James 3 W ½ 4 May 8, 1839 John Fisher
BARBARE, Estache 3 NE pt. 5 Nov. 16, 1846 Jas. McLaughlan (50 ac) John Box (25 acres)
Eustache Barbara (25 acres)
FISHER, John 3 Pt. of W pt. 5 (26 ac.) May 14, 1856 John Fisher
CAMPBELL, John 3 Pt. of W pt. 5 (33.7 ac.) Jan. 2, 1884
McNAB, Allan 3 6 (57 acres) July 17, 1839 Subdivided
McNAB, Archibald 3 7 (37 acres) Nov. 11, 1842 Subdivided
McNAB, Allan 3 E & W pt. 8 (120 acres) July 26, 1836 Allan McNab
McNAB, Allan 3 9 July 26, 1836 Patrick O’Donnel
McLAUGHLAN, Donald 3 W ½ 10 June 22, 1973
FRASER, Donald 3 NE 1/4 10 (48 acres) Apr. 12, 1883
STEWART, Margaret 3 SE 1/4 10 Feb. 19 1885
MacLAUGHLAN, Duncan 3 11 June 11, 1855 Duncan MacLaughlan
CAMERON, Flora 3 NE ½ 12 Dec. 27, 1867
CAMERON, Archibald 3 W ½ 12 Nov. 24, 1875
McKAY, James 3 E ½ 13 Nov. 16, 1846
McKAY, James 3 W ½ 13 Oct. 18, 1856
WYLIE, James & W. G. 3 14 Nov. 29, 1850 Donald Ferguson (100 ac.)
McLAUGHLAN, John 3 15 Aug. 25, 1845 John McLaughlan
McNIE, Alexander 3 E ½ 16 May 27, 1847 Mary McNabb
McNAB, Mary 3 W ½ 16 Oct. 12, 1857 Mary McNab
HUTSON, George Stodart 3 17 Feb. 27, 1908
HUTSON, Margaret 3 18 May 21, 1855 Margaret Hutson
DICKSON, Robert 3 Front ½ 19 Jan. 26, 1852 Robert Dickson
McKIE, David 3 NE ½ 19 Sept. 19, 1860 David McKie
DICKSON, John 3 W ½ 20 Dec. 16, 1846 Michael Allen
ALLEN, Michael 3 E ½ 20 July 21, 1858 Michael Allen
ALLEN, Michael 3 W ½ 21 Nov. 28, 1859 Michael Allen
HART, Archibald 3 N ½ of E ½ 21 Jan. 13, 1876
HART, Archibald 3 S ½ of E ½ 21 Jan. 13, 1876
McNAB, Donald 3 W ½ 22 Sept. 3, 1857 Donald McNab
HART, Archibald 3 NE ½ 22 Feb. 4, 1864
HART, Archibald 3 E ½ 23 Feb. 27, 1860 Archibald Hart
HART, Archibald 3 W ½ 23 Mar. 27, 1860 Mathew Robinson
McLAREN, Malcolm 3 W ½ 24 Dec. 7, 1861
McLAREN, Malcolm 3 E ½ 24 Feb. 26, 1879
PECK, Robert 3 W ½ 25 July 15, 1847 Robert Peck
MILLER, John 3 NE ½ 25 June 18, 1859 John Miller
MORRIS, William 3 W ½ 2 6 Aug. 18, 1851 William Morris
MARTIN, James 3 E ½ 26 Apr. 28, 1885
HAMILTON, Robert D. 3 27 Dec. 18, 1858 Robert D. Hamilton
BROWN, David T. 4 E ½ 1 Sept. 4, 1857 William Ellis
McDONOUGH, Martin 4 W ½ 1 Oct. 3, 1860 Martin McDonough
STEWART, Alexander 4 2 Jan. 12, 1848 Alexander Stewart, E ½
George Brinning, SW ½
FISHER, John 4 W ½ 3 Feb. 19, 1847 John Mills
PARIS, John 4 E ½ 3 Mar. 25, 1879
McLACHLAN, Duncan 4 4 Apr. 8, 1867
HEDDRICK, James Jr. 4 W ½ 5 Oct. 20, 1845 James Heddrick Jr.
ROBERTSON, Duncan 4 E ½ 5 Jan. 8, 1856 Duncan Robertson
WYLIE, James & William 4 E ½ 6 Apr. 20, 1847 John Paris
McNAB, Allan 4 W ½ 6 July 17, 1839 Alex, Wm. & Gavin Lindsey 84 acres
McNAB, Allan 4 W ½ 7 July 17, 1839 Alex, Wm. & Gavin Lindsay
(98 acres)
CAMERON, Angus 4 E ½ 7 May 3, 1855 John Duncan McNab
HANSON, William 4 NE ½ 8 June 22, 1857 David T. Brown (50 acres)
William Hanson (50 acres)
BROWNE, David T. 4 W ½ 8 June 22, 1857 David T. Browne
FERGUSON, Peter 4 Front ½ 9 Dec. 16, 1846 John Fisher
HANSON, William 4 SE ½ of E ½ 9 June 22, 1859 William Hanson
ROBERTSON, Duncan 4 N ½ of E ½ 9 Mar. 12, 1858 Duncan Robertson
FISHER, John 4 W ½ 10 July 4, 1854 John Fisher
MacINTYRE, William 4 NE ½ 10 Mar. 4, 1864
FISHER, John 4 SW ½ 11 Sept. 3, 1862
INGLIS, David 4 NE ½ 11 July 19, 1869
CAMERON, Angus 4 E ½ of W ½ 12 June 22, 1858 Angus Cameron
BROWN, John 4 W 1/4 12 Nov. 12 1861 Lachlan Cameron
GILLESPIE, Flora 4 NE ½ 12 Mar. 27, 1860 Neil McKay
CAMERON, Angus 4 13 Nov. 17, 1846 Angus Cameron
McNAB, Archibald 4 14 May 22, 1837 Donald Cameron
SHERWOOD, Reuben 4 15 Nov. 15, 1825 John Cameron
McNAB, Mary 4 W ½ 16 Sept. 27, 1858 Mary McNab
McLACHLAN, Duncan 4 E ½ 16 Feb. 4, 1869
FISHER, John 4 SW ½ 17 Sept. 3, 1862
LAVELLE, Baptiste 4 E ½ 17 Mar. 1, 1876
BROWNE, Walter 4 E ½ 18 Feb. 9, 1858 Walter Browne
BROWNE, Walter 4 SW ½ 18 June 25, 1864
BROWN, James 4 S ½ of W ½ 19 May 1, 1873
STEWART, Robert 4 E ½ & NW 1/4 19 Apr. 29, 1873
ROBERTSON, Isabella Janet & Ann 4 NE ½ 20 Apr. 9, 1864
STEWART, Robert 4 W ½ 20 Aug. 21, 1900
ROBERTSON, John 4 E ½ 21 Sept. 3, 1861 John Robertson
ROBERTSON, John 4 W ½ 21 Aug. 14, 1884
ROBERTSON, John 4 NE ½ 22 Nov. 16, 1846 John Robertson
ROBERTSON, John 4 SW ½ 22 Aug. 13, 1884
HOLLIDAY, George 4 W ½ 23 Oct. 21, 1840 James Carmichael Jr.
HUTSON, John 4 E ½ 23 Nov. 17, 1873
MacCALLUM, John 4 E ½ 24 Feb. 27, 1833 John MacCallum
RYAN, Patrick 4 W ½ 24 Apr. 29, 1861 Patrick & Ellen Ryan
HART, Archibald 4 E ½ 25 July 16, 1861
MacKIE, James 4 SW ½ 25 Aug. 1, 1866
HART, John 4 S ½ of W ½ 26 Feb. 9, 1874
McNAB, Allan 4 N ½ of W ½ 26 Nov. 13, 1874
McDERMID, Robert 4 E ½ 26 Sept. 1, 1890
McDERMID, Robert 4 27 (100 acres) Mar. 3, 1908
BREMNER, David 5 1 July 17, 1839 Patrick Maynahan
STEWART, Alexander 5 SW ½ 2 Jan. 3, 1852 Alexander Stewart
McCONNELL, William 5 E ½ 2 Dec. 22, 1858 William McConnell Brown
SHERWOOD, Reuben 5 3 Nov. 15, 1825 Alexander Stewart
STEWART, Alexander 5 W ½ 4 Apr. 26, 1847 Alexander Stewart
STEWART, Alexander 5 E ½ 4 Oct. 25, 1852 Alexander Stewart
STEWART, Alexander 5 5 Apr. 29, 1845 Alexander Stewart
McNAB, Duncan 5 W ½ 6 Sept. 3, 1845 Duncan McNab & John McNab (50 acres each)
McNAB, John 5 NE ½ 6 Apr. 21, 1847 John McNab
McFARLANE, John 5 7 Jan. 6, 1851 Mathew Barr E ½:
John Duncan McNab, W ½
McLAUGHLIN, Thomas 5 8 Mar. 12, 1846 Thomas McLaughlin
CAMERON, Angus 5 W ½ 9 Jan. 24, 1859 John Cameron
CAMERON, Angus 5 E ½ 9 Mar. 1, 1859 John Cameron
SHERWOOD, Reuben 5 10 Nov. 15, 1825 John Cunningham
ROBERTSON, James 5 NE ½ 11 Dec. 27, 1849 James Robertson
ROBERTSON, James 5 W ½ 11 Sept. 1, 1858 James Robertson
BAIRD, John 5 NE ½ 12 Apr. 1, 1851 John Morris
MORRIS, John 5 W ½ 12 Oct. 27, 1864
SHERWOOD, Reuben 5 13 Nov. 15, 1825 John McIntyre
FERGUSON, Adam 5 W ½ 14 Aug. 31, 1837 Alexander Stewart
STEWART, Alexander 5 NE ½ 14 Mar. 9, 1864
WYLIE, James 5 SW ½ 15 Sept. 13, 1853 John Brown
McADAM, William 5 NE ½ 15 Sept. 16, 1913 William McAdam
SUTHERLAND, Jane C. 5 E ½ 16 Sept. 10, 1861
SUTHERLAND, Archibald 5 W ½ 16 Mar. 12, 1874
McINTYRE, Daniel 5 17 Jan. 10, 1867
SHERWOOD, Reuben 5 18 Nov. 15, 1825 John Miller
DICKSON, James 5 Front ½ 19 Jan. 26, 1852 James Dickson
DICKSON, James 5 NE ½ 19 June 6, 1865
ROBERTSON, Isabella, Janet & Ann 5 SW ½ 20 Apr. 9, 1864
DERENZY, Edward 5 NE ½ 20 Mar. 1, 1877
CARMICHAEL, Duncan 5 Front ½ 21 Feb. 28, 1852 Duncan Carmichael
McCALLUM, Donald 5 NE ½ 21 June, 15, 1868
HOLIDAY, James 5 W ½ 22 Apr. 4, 1839 Duncan Carmichael
CARMICHAEL, Donald 5 E ½ 22 Feb. 27, 1860 Donald Carmichael
FROUD, Thomas 5 SW ½ 23 Nov. 16, 1846 Thomas Froud
FROOD, Thomas 5 NE ½ 23 Feb. 5, 1876
CAMPBELL, Duncan 5 E ½ 24 July 13, 1852 John McDiarmid
FROOD, Thomas 5 SW ½ 24 Dec. 31, 1866
SHERWOOD, Reuben 5 25 Nov. 15, 1825 Samuel Flint
CARSWELL, Allan 5 NE ½ 26 Nov. 16, 1846 Peter McMillan
MacINTYRE, Robert 5 W ½ 26 Oct. 18, 1856 Archibald Hart
McINNES, Angus 5 W & E ½ 27 Dec. 16, 1846 Angus McInnes
McMANUS, Peter 6 W ½ 1 Oct. 29, 1847 William Fergusson
McMANUS, Terence 6 E ½ 1 Sept. 3, 1857 Terence McManus
BROWN, John 6 W ½ 2 May 27, 1852 Thomas Leckie
McMANUS, Patrick 6 E ½ 2 Sept. 3, 1857 Patrick McManus
STEWART, Alexander 6 E ½ 3 Feb. 19, 1856 James Stewart
BROWN, David T. 6 W ½ 3 July 2, 1857 David T. Brown
GREENSHIELDS, James 6 E ½ 4 Sept. 29, 1857 James Greenshields
CRAM, James 6 W ½ 4 Jan. 24, 1877
STEWART, Alexander 6 5 July 26, 1866
GREENSHIELDS, James 6 E ½ 6 Sept. 3, 1857 James Geenshields
MONETTE, Richard 6 W ½ 6 Nov. 27, 1920
BARR, John 6 W ½ 7 July 3, 1876
BENNETT, Robert 6 E ½ 7 Aug. 22, 1887
BOWES, John 6 E & W ½ 8 Sept. 4, 1847 John Bowes
ROBERTSON, James 6 E ½ 9 Feb. 10, 1858 James Robertson
ROBERTSON, James Jr. 6 N ½ of W ½ 9 Jan. 15, 1868
GRAHAM, Alexander 6 S ½ of W ½ 9 Mar. 28, 1899
ROBERTSON, James 6 10 Aug. 29, 1865
HILL, William Jr. 6 W ½ 11 June 22, 1858 William Hill Jr.
HILL, William Jr . 6 E ½ 11 Apr. 21, 1875
HILL, William 6 SW ½ 12 June 12, 1862
STEWART, Alexander 6 NE ½ 12 Jan. 12, 1850 Allan Stewart
McNAB, Alexander 6 SW ½ 13 Dec. 14, 1864
STEWART, Alexander 6 NE ½ 13 June 12, 1850 Allan Stewart
FISHER, John 6 E ½ 14 July 5, 1856 John Fisher
STEWART, John 6 W ½ 14 Apr. 25, 1900
ARNOTT, William 6 NE ½ 15 Sept. 3, 1862
ARNOTT, William 6 W ½ 15 May 13, 1874
FISHER, John 6 16 Aug. 26, 1856 John Fisher
McNAB, Duncan 6 E ½ 17 July 2, 1857 Duncan McNab
McNAB, Duncan 6 W ½ 17 Sept. 3, 1857 Duncan McNab
HAMILTON, Andrew 6 N ½ 18 Dec. 16, 1846 Andrew Hamilton
HAMILTON, Andrew 6 W ½ 18 Jan. 21, 1861 Andrew Hamilton
GREENSHIELDS, James 6 W ½ 19 Sept. 29, 1857 James Greenshields
MURPHY, Herculese 6 E ½ 19 July 21, 1858 Herculese Murphy
GREENSHIELDS, James 6 W ½ 20 Sept. 29, 1857 James Greenshields
GREENSHIELDS, James 6 E½ 20 Sept. 29, 1857 James Greenshields
CAMPBELL, James 6 E ½ 21 Jan. 21, 1861 James Campbell
NEW, Thomas 6 W ½ 21 July 11, 1873
CAMPBELL, Duncan 6 W ½ 22 Sept. 1, 1858 Duncan Campbell
CAMPBELL, James 6 E ½ 22 Jan. 21, 1861 James Campbell
McMILLAN, Peter 6 E ½ 23 Mar. 17, 1851 Peter McMillan
CAMPBELL, Duncan 6 W ½ 23 Aug. 18, 1851 Duncan Campbell
CAMPBELL, Duncan 6 SW ½ 24 Feb. 15, 1850 Duncan Campbell
McMILLAN, Peter 6 NE ½ 24 Sept. 27, 1852 Peter McMillan
McDERMID, John 6 SW ½ 25 Sept. 4, 1847 John McDermid
MILLER, James 6 NE ½ 25 July 6, 1853 James Miller
McINNES, John 6 SW ½ 26 Nov. 16, 1846 John McInnes
STEWART, Alexander 6 NE ½ 26 Feb. 18, 1847 John McInnes
McINNES, John Jr. 6 27 (100 acres) Dec. 114, 1861 John McInnes Jr.
SHIRLOCK, Patrick 7 E ½ 1 Oct. 18, 1856 John Cunningham
McMANUS, Denis 7 W ½ 1 Apr. 17, 1877
BROWNE, John 7 2 Sept. 11, 1868
BROWNE, John 7 E ½ 3 Oct. 18, 1856 John Browne
STEWART, James 7 W ½ 3 Nov. 12, 1858 James Stewart
ROBERTSON, Duncan 7 4 Feb. 19, 1856 Duncan Robertson
STEWART, Alexander 7 E ½ 5 Feb. 19, 1856 William Gemmill
GEMMELL, William Jr. 7 SW ½ 5 Mar. 23, 1858 William Gemmell Jr.
McDOUGALL, John L. 7 Rear or E ½ 6 Feb. 1, 1847 John L. McDougall
BROWNE, John T. 7 W ½ 6 May 25, 1877
BOWES, John 7 W ½ 7 Sept. 4, 1847 John Bowes
STEWART, Alexander 7 E ½ 7 July 21, 1858 Alexander Stewart
GREENSHIELDS, James 7 W ½ 8 Sept. 29, 1857 James Greenshields
EDERY, Henry 7 E ½ 8 Sept. 14, 1885
McADAM, William 7 9 Sept. 16, 1874
McINTYRE, John 7 W ½ 10 Nov. 18, 1877
McINTYRE, Jane Isabella 7 E ½ 10 Oct. 2, 1882
McLAUGHLIN, Hugh 7 W ½ 11 Nov. 20, 1858 Hugh McLaughlin
STEWART, Allan 7 NE ½ 11 May 13, 1862
STEWART, Alexander 7 SW ½ 12 Jan. 12, 1850 Alexander Stewart
MONAGHAN, John 7 E ½ 12 Nov. 14, 1861 John Monaghan
McNAB, Archibald 7 13 Feb. 27, 1833 John Campbell E ½
Allan Stewart W ½
McINTYRE, Donald 7 SW ½ 14 July 6, 1853 Donald McIntyre
McINTYRE, Daniel 7 W ½ of E ½ 14 Sept. 27 1858 Daniel McIntyre
CAMPBELL, Neil 7 E ½ of E ½ 14 Sept. 27, 1858 Neil Campbell
McGREGOR, John 7 E ½ 15 Sept. 13, 1855 Duncan McGregor
WILSON, Alexander 7 SW ½ 15 May 13, 1862
McINTYRE, Robert 7 16 Feb. 28, 1859 Alexander Stewart
CARSWELL, Thomas 7 SW ½ 17 Oct. 12, 1863
CARSWELL, Robert 7 NE ½ 17 July 24, 1866
McDOUGALL, John L. 7 Front or W ½ 18 Dec. 16, 1846 David MacKie
BROWNE, James 7 E ½ 18 Dec. 18, 1858 Charles Fyfe
LAVELLIE, Celestin 7 W ½ 19 Dec. 16, 1846 Celestin Levellie
GREENSHIELDS, James 7 E ½ 19 Sept. 29, 1857 James Greenshields
ANDERSON, Peter 7 W ½ 20 Dec. 18, 1860 Peter Anderson
McLAREN, Donald 7 NE ½ 20 May 12, 1862
McDOUGALL, John L. 7 W ½ 21 Jan. 26, 1852 William O’Conner
O’CONNOR, Charles 7 E ½ 21 July 2, 1857 John Tough
HUTSON, James 7 W ½ 22 Mar. 5, 1852 James Hutson
TOUGH, John 7 E ½ 22 May 27, 1852 John Tough
STORIE, John Jr. 7 W ½ 23 Jan. 26, 1852 John Storie Jr.
HENDERSON, Archibald 7 E ½ 23 May 30, 1859 Archibald Henderson
McMULLEN, Peter 7 W ½ 24 Apr. 1, 1854 Peter McMullen
HENDERSON, Archibald 7 E ½ 24 Aug. 30, 1854 Archibald Henderson
HENDERSON, Archibald 7 E ½ 25 Mar. 16, 1846 Archibald Henderson
MILLER, James 7 W ½ 25 May 21, 1855 James Miller
McINNIS, Angus 7 E ½ 26 Oct. 14, 1854 Angus McInnis
SIMPSON, Samuel 7 SW ½ 26 Dec. 29, 1865
McLAREN, Robert, J. R. 7 27 Aug. 18, 1851 Robert I. R. Mclaren
McGARRY, John 8 W ½ 1 Apr. 3, 1871
LEGERWOOD, Hance 8 E ½ 1 Jan. 22, 1877
LEVY, Michael 8 E ½ 2 Oct. 18, 1856 Michael Levy
STEWART, Alexander 8 W ½ 2 Feb. 9, 1858 Alexander Stewart
BROWN, David T. 8 E ½ 3 Oct. 18, 1856 David T. Brown
HEADRICK, James Jr. 8 W ½ 3 June 25, 1859 James Headrick
SMITH, James Jr. 8 NE ½ 4 June 22, 1857 James Smith Jr.
McLEAN, George 8 W ½ 4 July 21, 1858 George McLean
McNAB, Archibald 8 5 July 26, 1836 John McManigle
McLACHLIN, Daniel 8 6 June 18, 1856 Daniel McLachlin
McCREA, James Lewis 8 7 Jan. 15, 1869
ROBERTSON, Neil 8 8 Feb. 20, 1856 Daniel McLachlin
McFARLANE, John 8 W ½ 9 Sept. 10, 1856 John McFarlane
McFARLANE, John 8 SE ½ 9 Mar. 12, 1858 John McFarlane
McINTYRE, John 8 Front ½ 10 Oct. 30, 1846 John McIntyre
McINTYRE, John 8 E ½ 10 July 4, 1854 John McIntyre
ROBERTSON, Neil 8 E ½ 11 Oct. 15, 1861
ROBERTSON, Neil 8 SW ½ 11 Aug. 8, 1873
TAYLOR, John 8 12 Sept. 25, 1873
TAYLOR, Andrew 8 Pt. of W ½ 13 (90 ac.) Aug. 11, 1873
BROWNE, John T. 8 E ½ 13 May 18, 1876
GREENSHIELDS, James 8 14 Sept. 29, 1857 James Greenshields
McINTYRE, Donald 8 Front ½ 15 Jan. 26, 1852 Donald McIntyre
WALLACE, John 8 E ½ 15 Jan. 26, 1852 Duncan McLaughlan
CAMPBELL, William 8 E ½ 16 Oct. 18, 1856 John Sutherland
ROSETTE, Pierre 8 W ½ 16 June 1, 1860 Pierre Rosette ( Russett)
HUNTER, Robert 8 17 May 13, 1864
HUNTER, Robert 8 18 Sept. 17, 1863
GREENSHIELDS, James 8 19 Sept. 29, 1857 James Greenshields
GREENSHIELDS, James 8 W ½ 20 Sept. 29, 1857 James Greenshields
McLAREN, Donald 8 E ½ 20 Jan. 17, 1883
BURTON, John 8 SW ½ 21 Oct. 25, 1866
BURTON, John 8 E ½ 21 Jan. 11, 1883
ROBERTSON, Donald 8 E ½ 22 Sept. 3, 1857 Donald Robertson
ORAM, James 8 W ½ 22 Nov. 28, 1860 James Oram
ROBERTSON, Donald 8 E ½ 23 June 26, 1852 Donald Robertson
Samuel Williams (21 acres)
DERBROW, Thomas 8 SW ½ 23 Oct. 29, 1866
HENDERSON, Archibald 8 W ½ 24 July 23, 1856 Archibald Henderson
PINKERTON, Robert 8 E ½ 24 May 20, 1859 Robert Pinkerton
STORIE, John 8 E ½ 25 Aug. 18, 1851 John Storie
LINDSEY, James 8 W ½ 25 Feb. 9, 1858 James Lindsey
MacMILLAN, John 8 W pt. of W ½ 26 June 12, 1861
LOW, William 8 E pt. of W ½ 26 June 12, 1861
LOW, William 8 NE ½ 26 Apr. 1, 1867
McDOUGALL, John Lorn 8 27 Aug. 18, 1851 John McMillan
LEDGERWOOD, Hance 9 NW ½ 1 Sept. 4, 1865
LEDGERWOOD, Hance 9 S ½ 1 Mar. 1, 1890
BYRNE, John 9 SW ½ 2 Oct. 20, 1868
LEALOS, Edward 9 NE ½ 2 Feb. 4, 1867
STUBBS, John 9 3 July 26, 1859 John Stubbs
COCHRANE, Andrew 9 4 June 22, 1858 Andrew Cochrane
GREENSHIELDS, James 9 E ½ 5 Sept. 29, 1857 James Greenshields
GOODFELLOW, William 9 W ½ 5 Mar. 2, 1869
McLACHLIN, Hugh 9 6 Feb. 20, 1856 Hugh McLachlin
McLACHLIN, John 9 7 Feb. 20, 1856 John McLachlin
HYDE, Charles 9 8 Feb. 20, 1856 McLachlin, Daniel
McLACHLIN, Daniel 9 9 Sept. 27, 1869
MacCREARY, James 9 10 Oct. 18, 1856 James Maccreary
MacCREARY, James 9 11 Oct. 18, 1856 James Macreary
McCREERY, James 9 W ½ 12 Sept. 3, 1857 James McCreery
BURWASH, Nathaniel 9 E ½ 12 Sept. 3, 1857 Nathaniel Burwash
SCOTT, Richard W. 9 13 Feb. 24, 1857 Richard W.Scott
SCOTT, Richard W. 9 W ½ 14 Feb. 24, 1857 Richard W.Scott
CAMPBELL, Duncan 9 E ½ 14 July 21, 1858 Duncan Campbell
BATTLE, Patrick 9 E ½ 15 Mar. 11, 1858 Hugh Lynn
DEVINE, Patrick 9 W ½ 15 Sept. 27, 1858 Patrick Devine
HUNTER, Robert 9 16 Sept. 17, 1863
McLEAN, William 9 17 Nov. 9, 1885
STEVENSON, John 9 E ½ 18 Feb. 10, 1858 John Stevenson
SPENCE, John 9 W ½ 18 Nov. 28, 1860 John Spence
SPENCE, John 9 W ½ 19 Mar. 12, 1858 John Spence
STEWART, Charles 9 E ½ 19 Dec. 18, 1858 Archibald Stewart
STEWART, Archibald 9 N ½ 20 May 19, 1851 John Stewart
STEWART, Archibald 9 S ½ 20 Mar. 4, 1859 Archibald Stewart
STEWART, Archibald 9 Rear or E ½ 21 Dec. 16, 1846 Daniel Stewart
STEVENSON, George 9 W ½ 21 Jan. 26, 1886
RADENHURST, Thomas 9 Rear or E ½ 22 Feb. 19, 1847 William Storie
STORIE, William 9 W ½ 22 Dec. 18, 1858 William Storie
RADENHURST, Thomas 9 Front or W ½ 23 Feb. 19, 1847 Samuel Williams
STORIE, John 9 E ½ 23 Oct. 18, 1856 Thomas Martyn
CHURCH, Levi Ruggles 9 E ½ 24 Apr. 27, 1872
PHILLIPS, David 9 W ½ 24 May 22, 1872
SHERWOOD, Reuben 9 25 Nov. 15, 1825 John McGregor
SHERWOOD, Reuben 9 26 Nov. 15, 1825 James Storie E ½
John Storie W ½
RADENHURST, Thomas 9 E & W ½ 27 Feb. 19, 1847 John Storie
GRAHAM, James 10 E ½ 1 Jan. 26, 1852 Peter Howard Church
SCOTT, Ingram 10 W ½ 1 Feb. 19, 1856 Ingram Scott
SHERWOOD, Reuben 10 2 Nov. 15, 1825 Samuel Flint
WATSON, William 10 E ½ 3 Aug. 26, 1856 William Watson
ELLIOTT, John 10 W ½ 3 Sept. 2, 1857 John Elliott
EADY, Edmund 10 W ½ 4 Sept. 10, 1856 Coller M. Church
WYLIE, James & Wm. 10 E ½ 4 Nov. 29, 1850 Daniel Hilleard
McLACHLIN, Daniel 10 5 Aug. 30, 1861
McLACHLIN, Daniel 10 W ½ 6 Aug. 31, 1852 Daniel McLachlin
McLACHLIN, Daniel Jr . 10 E ½ 6 Feb. 20, 1856 Daniel McLachlin Jr.
McLACHLIN, Daniel 10 7 Sept. 27, 1858 Subdivded
HAVY, James 10 W ½ 8 Oct. 18, 1856 James Havey
MACGONIGAL, William 10 E ½ 8 Oct. 18, 1856 William Macgonigal
HAVY, James 10 W ½ 9 Oct. 18, 1856 James Havey
McGONIGAL, Peter 10 E ½ 9 Mar. 17, 1873 Peter McGonigal
SCHEEL, Frederick 10 10 Dec. 31, 1867
McLAREN, Peter Stewart 10 W ½ 11 Aug. 28, 1856 Peter Stewart McLaren
McLAREN, Peter Stewart 10 E ½ 11 Oct. 18, 1856 Peter Stewart McLaren
McLAREN, Peter Stewart 10 12 Oct. 18, 1856 Peter Stewart Mclaren
SCOTT, Richard W. 10 13 Feb. 24, 1857 Richard W. Scott
ODBER, Henry 10 14 Nov. 16, 1867
CONNELL, John 10 W ½ 15 Sept. 21, 1860 John Connell
SCOTT, Henry 10 E ½ 15 Mar. 27, 1860 Henry Scott
WAIT, John Turner & 10 E ½ 16 Oct. 18, 1860 John Turner Wait &
WARD, Sherwood W. Sherwood W. Ward
DILLON, Edmund 10 SW ½ 16 Dec. 15, 1862
SUTHERLAND, Donald 10 17 Feb. 2, 1880
STEVENSON, John 10 W ½ 18 Feb. 10, 1858 John Stevenson
CONNELL, Charles 10 E ½ 18 Feb. 23, 1860 Charles Connell
STEVENSON, Donald 10 W ½ 19 Oct. 5, 1859 Donald Stevenson
CAMPBELL, Malcolm 10 E ½ 19 Oct. 5, 1859 Malcolm Campbell
STEVENSON, Alexander 10 E ½ 20 Aug. 18, 1851 Alexander Stevenson
STEVENSON, Alexander 10 W ½ 20 Aug. 26, 1856 Alexander Stevenson
STEWART, Charles 10 W ½ 21 Aug. 26, 1856 Peter McLean
STEPHENSON, James 10 E ½ 21 July 14, 1871
STEVENSON, Alexander 10 22 July 25, 1848 James Stevenson
DOWNIE, John 10 Front ½ 23 May 28, 1839 Duncan Dewer
DEWAR, Duncan 10 E ½ 23 Oct. 5, 1859 Duncan Dewar
MacLAREN, James 10 W ½ 24 Feb. 27, 1833 Donald McLaren
BAIN, Walter 10 NE ½ 24 May 3, 1862
McLAREN, James 10 W ½ 25 May 3, 1848 Donald McLaren
LAVANTURE, Louis 10 E ½ 25 Oct. 2, 1882
STORIE, William 10 SW ½ 26 July 25, 1848 Mary, Joseph, David Storie
STORIE, James 10 NE ½ 26 July 6, 1853 Robert Storie
CAMPBELL, John 10 N ½ 27 July 18, 1882
SHERWOOD, Reuben 11 1 Nov. 15, 1825 Simon Peter VanDusen
John Russell (50 acres)
CHURCH, Peter H. 11 2 Mar. 4, 1859 John Bower Lewis
SHERWOOD, Reuben 11 3 Nov. 15, 1825 Joseph Seely W ½
Edward Bishop E ½
Ellen Seely 1 acre of W 1/2
SEELY, John 11 W ½ 4 Sept. 27, 1858 Marion Seely SW ½ of W ½
Justice Seely NW ½ of W ½
KEYS, William John 11 E ½ 4 Oct. 24, 1902
BURWASH, Nathaniel 11 5 Feb. 20, 1856 George Aird pt. E ½ (62 ac)
Hugh McLachlin (137 ac.)
BROWN, James 11 E ½ 6 May 3, 1848 John McDonald
McLAUGHLIN, Hugh 11 W ½ 6 Sept. 27, 1858 Hugh McLaughlin
BROWN, James 11 E ½ 7 May 3, 1848 John McDonald
ROBERTSON, Neil 11 SW ½ 7 Jan. 12, 1862
McCORMICK, James 11 8 Aug. 31, 1852 James McCormick
McNAMARA, Dennis 11 W ½ 9 Sept. 27, 1858 Dennis McNamara
BROWNE, James 11 E ½ 9 Sept. 27, 1858 Dianah & James Brown
SHERWOOD, Reuben 11 10 Nov. 15, 1825 Samuel Flint
SHERWOOD, Reuben 11 11 Nov. 15, 1825 John Campbell
ROBERTSON, Peter 11 E ½ 12 June 26, 1852 Peter Robertson
STEWART, William 11 SW ½ 12 Nov. 12, 1863
STEWART, Robert 11 E ½ 13 Nov. 20, 1858 Robert Stewart
STEWART, Jameson 11 W ½ 13 Mar. 13, 1861
RADENHURST, Thomas M. 11 W ½ 14 July 25, 1848 Thomas M. Radenhurst
STEWART, Jamieson 11 E ½ 14 Mar. 13, 1861
CAMPBELL, Peter 11 NE ½ 15 Oct. 25, 1847 Peter Campbell
CAMPBELL, Peter 11 SW ½ 15 Sept. 1, 1864
CARMICHAEL, James 11 NE ½ 16 July 6, 1853 John Carmichael
CONNOR, Stephen 11 W ½ 16 Dec. 4, 1861
DEWAR, John 11 NE ½ 17 July 21, 1866
HARVEY, John 11 SW ½ 17 Nov. 5, 1866
SHERWOOD, Reuben 11 18 Nov. 15, 1825 David Stewart
SHERWOOD, Reuben 11 19 Nov. 15, 1825 Charles McDavit
SHERWOOD, Reuben 11 20 Nov. 15, 1825 Edward George Ellis
DEWAR, Alexander 11 W ½ 21 July 25, 1848 Alexander Dewar
DEWAR, Donald 11 E ½ 21 Feb. 4, 1878
BOYD, Margaret 11 W ½ 22 June 22, 1858 Margaret Boyd
CAMPBELL, Colin 11 E ½ 22 Nov. 16, 1880
SHERWOOD, Reuben 11 23 Nov. 15, 1825 Samuel Flint
CAMPBELL, John 11 24 May 22, 1875
ANDERSON, Duncan 11 25 Feb. 27, 1828 Michael Roddy
STORIE, James 11 SW ½ 26 Jan. 30, 1855 James Storie
STORIE, James 11 NE ½ 26 June 22, 1858 James Storie
ALLAN, James 11 27 Dec. 16, 1846 William McWhirter
SHERWOOD, Reuben A 1 Nov. 15, 1825 Dennis Barrett SW ½
John Otterson NE ½
HEVEY, Thomas (Havey ?) A SW ½ 2 Sept. 17, 1868
HEAVY, James ( Havey? ) A E ½ 2 Apr. 15, 1852 James Havey
HEAVY, James ( Havey? ) A E ½ 3 Feb. 28, 1852 John Heavy ( Havey? )
STEWART, Nancy A W ½ 3 Apr. 18, 1861 Nancy Stewart
McCREERY, James A 4 June 22, 1857 James McCreery
O’CONNOR, James Jr. A W ½ 5 Dec. 18, 1858 James O’Connor
MacDONNELL, Alexander A E ½ 5 Sept. 28, 1854 Patrick Callaghan (90 acres)
James O’Connor Jr. (10 ac.)
McNAB, Alexander A NE ½ 6 Oct. 25, 1847 James Yuill
McNIE, James A W ½ 6 Feb. 27, 1833 James McNee
Alexander McNab (14 acres)
McNIE, James A W ½ 7 Feb. 27, 1833 Duncan McNie
William Forbes (40 acres)
MOONEY, Patrick A E ½ 7 May 3, 1848 Subdivided
CAMPBELL, John A E ½ 8 May 19, 1851 John Campbell
HARVEY, John A SW 1/4 8 Apr. 17, 1866
CAMPBELL, Archibald A NE 1/4 8 Apr. 16, 1866
CAMPBELL, Malcolm A Front ½ 9 Oct. 4, 1853 Malcolm Campbell
HYDE, Charles A E ½ 9 Sept. 2, 1857 James Storie N ½ of E ½
George Hyde S ½ of E ½
RAMSEY, Daniel A NE ½ 10 Sept. 12, 1862
CAMPBELL, Malcolm A W ½ 10 June 10, 1861
ROBERTSON, James A E ½ 11 Feb. 27, 1833 James Robertson
Dugald C. McNab (4 acres)
ROBERTSON, Duncan A W ½ 11 Jan. 26, 1852 Duncan Robertson
TOUGH, John A W ½ 12 Feb. 10, 1858 Charles O’Conner
PATERSON, James A E ½ 12 Sept. 19, 1860 James Paterson
KIDD, George A 13 Feb. 20, 1856 George Kidd
CAMPBELL, Duncan A W ½ 14 Feb. 20, 1856 John Campbell
CAMPBELL, John A NE ½ 14 Sept. 2, 1864
SHERWOOD, Reuben A 15 Nov. 15, 1825 John Otterson
CAMPBELL, John A Front ½ 16 Jan. 26, 1852 John Campbell
WARNOCK, John Shirley A Rear ½ 16 June 20, 1906
CARMICHAEL, John A W ½ 17 Feb. 10, 1858 John Carmichael
MacDONALD, William J. A E ½ 17 Mar. 26, 1884
SHERWOOD, Reuben A 18 Nov. 15, 1825 Billa Flint
SHERWOOD, Reuben A 19 Nov. 15, 1825 Billa Flint
BRENNAN, John A W ½ 20 Apr. 30, 1875
PATTERSON, Catherine A E ½ 20 Mar. 24, 1877
RODDY, Michael A 21 Nov. 28, 1853 Alexander McDonell
McDONELL, Alexander A 22 Sept. 7, 1852 Hugh & John Ryan
MacKILLOP, John A 23 Dec. 15, 1856 Charles Stewart
SHERWOOD, Reuben B 1 Nov. 15, 1825 Samuel Flint
FINNERTY, Peter B W ½ 2 Mar. 9, 1855 Peter Finnerty
BROWN, Robert B E ½ 2 July 21, 1858
SHERWOOD, Reuben B NE Pt. 3 Nov. 15, 1825 James Havey
STEWART, Nancy B W Pt. 3 Oct. 5, 1860 Nancy Stewart
McGONIGLE, Hugh B Rear ½ 4 Feb. 28, 1852 McGonigal group
EADY, Edmund B W ½ 4 Nov. 3, 1852 Edmund Eady
McNAB, Francis B NE ½ 5 Nov. 6, 1851 Nathaniel Burwash
McNAB, Isabella B W ½ 5 Sept. 1, 1858 Isabella McNab,
John Butler (9 acres)
SHERWOOD, Reuben B 6 Nov. 15, 1825 Billa Flint
SHERWOOD, Reuben B 7 Nov. 15, 1825 Samuel Flint
STORIE, Robert, James, B Pt. 8 (15 ac.) July 6, 1862
Margaret, Ellen, & Christine
ROBERTSON, Neil B Pt. 8 (80 ac.) Feb. 10, 1867
McLAREN, Peter B Pt. 8 (105 ac) Feb. 5, 1862
O’CONNOR, James B E ½ 9 Feb. 10, 1858 James O’Connor
O’CONNOR, James B SW ½ 9 Nov. 2, 1864
ROBERTSON, James B E ½ 10 Feb. 27, 1853 James Robertson
BROWN, Robert B SW ½ 10 Jan. 24, 1859 James Young
ROBERTSON, Peter B 11 Aug. 14, 1846 Peter Robertson
McDONELL, Alexander B 12 July 26, 1856 Alexander McDonell
McDONELL, Alexander B 13 Dec. 3, 1859 Alexander McDonell
ORUM, Margaret B 14 Feb. 15, 1866
McDONELL, Alexander B 15 Nov. 27, 1861
McDONELL, Alexander B 16 Oct. 21, 1854 Alexander McDonell
McDONELL, Alexander B 17 Mar. 7, 1842 Alexander McDonell
McDONELL, Alexander B 18 Sept. 21, 1833 Alexander McDonell
McDONELL, Alexander B 19 Sept. 21, 1833 Alexander McDonell
RODDY, Michael B 20 July 17, 1839 Alexander McDonell
RODDY, Michael B 21 July 17, 1839 Alexander McDonell
GOODWIN, Alexander Sr. C W ½ 1 Aug. 10, 1848 David Goodwin
GOODWIN, Alexander Sr. C E ½ 1 Dec. 18, 1860 Alexander Goodwin
SHERWOOD, Reuben C 2 Nov. 15, 1825 William MacKay
McNAB, Archibald C 3 Feb. 28, 1828 Daniel McLaughlin
McNAB, Archibald C Pt. E ½ 4(12 ac.) Apr. 15, 1845 Kennell burial ground (2 ac.)
STORIE, James C Pt. E ½ 4(18 ac.) Dec. 4, 1848 Daniel McLaughlan (11 ac.)
James Storie (7acres)
McNAB, Archibald C SW ½ 4 Feb. 28, 1828 Daniel McLaughlan
McNAB, Archibald C Broken 5 Feb. 28, 1828 Daniel McLaughlan
McNAB, Duncan C 6 Feb. 27, 1833 Isabella McNab
McNABB, Duncan C 7 Feb. 27, 1833 Isabella McNabb
MALLOCH, John G. C 8 Dec. 16, 1846 Marshall Henderson
MALLOCH, John G. C 9 Dec. 16, 1846 Henry O. Burritt
BLAISDELL, Julius C. C 10 Feb. 8, 1866
McDOUGALL, John L. C 11 Dec. 28, 1860 John L. McDougall
HILLIARD, Daniel D 1 Aug. 7, 1861
ECKFORD, James D 2 July 4, 1854 James Eckford
STORIE, James D 3 Jan. 30, 1855 Daniel McLachlin
STORIE, James D 4 (11 acres) Aug. 12, 1837 Daniel McLachlin
STEWART, Andrew M. Stewart’s Island, Waba Lake (6.7 ac.) Mar. 28, 1911
BRUNTON, Stopford Island B.T. 2, Waba Lake (6.4 ac.) Nov. 16, 1911
OSTLER, Frederick Island G. T. 64 White Lake (.33 ac.) Oct. 29, 1959
DRYSDALE, Andrew Myrtle Island, White Lake (.76 ac) May 6, 1912
JONES, Howard Livingstone Jacob’s Island, White Lake (.38 ac) Jan. 30, 1915
CANADIAN PACIFIC RR. B Water lot in Ottawa River Apr. 23, 1913
in front of parts of Lots 17 & 18
Notes
Other sources of information related to land ownership in McNab are assessment and collector’s rolls (held at the Arnprior and District Archives) and the general register of wills (held at the LRO). Various branches of the South Renfrew Women’s Institute have compiled the history of farms in McNab Township for their Tweedsmuir History books. The Arnprior & District Archives holds these valuable records along with copies of private individual’s research and recollections about the history and development of the Township.
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McNab Township Land Records - Mansfield - Early Owners

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Date
1869-1940
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1869-1940
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History / Biography
The following index was compiled by several volunteers under the supervision of Arnold McIntyre at the Arnprior & District Archives using Renfrew County Abstract Indexes for Mansfield. This project was completed over a two year period; between 2004 & 2006.
Scope and Content
The following is an index of land owners in the area west of Arnprior known as Mansfield. This section dates from 1869 when a gentleman named James Penderson Mansfield from the City of Detroit purchased Lot 6 & 7 in Concession C of the Township of McNab from Isabella McNab (relict of the late Duncan McNab).
Indices for Sand Point and McNab Township are in separate descriptons.
Occasionally, the clerk of the Land Records Office misspelled the land owner’s name; so researchers must be vigilant in searching the listing for all variable forms of names. For instance the name McLachlan may be spelled in seven different ways: McLachlan, McLochlan, McLauchlan, McLauchlin, McLaughlan and McLaughlin. Other names with variant spelling include Barry and Barrie; Heddrick and Headrick; Russet, Rosette and Rosset; McNiven, and McNeven; Havy, Hevy, Heavy and Havey; Oram, Orem and Orum; Ledgerwood and Legerwood.
Researchers interested in family history will be able to find where and when their ancestors held land. Moving from these lists, they can then refer to the copy books and view the original instruments which are held in the archives. Documents relating to land transactions prior to 1867 are held in the Archives of Ontario, but copies may be viewed at the Renfrew County Land Records Office (LRO) in Pembroke, Ontario.
PLAN 1ST OWNER DATE BLOCK LOT 2ND OWNER DATE
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Moore St.Park. Lots A - H Purvis, George 1869
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Poole St. 1 Mathew Murphy 1869
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Poole St. 2 Cornelius Sullivan 1869
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Poole St. 3 Mathew Murphy 1872
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Poole St. 4 Samuel Powell 1874
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Poole St. 5 Cornelius Sullivan 1871
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Poole St. 6 Samuel Powell 1869
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Poole St. 7 Cornelius Sullivan 1871
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Poole St. 8 Samuel Powell 1869
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Poole St. 9 Joseph McDougall 1870
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Poole St. 10 Charles Menking 1874
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Poole St. 11 George Wilson 1875
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Poole St. 12 James Burke 1869
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Poole St. 13 James Bell 1881
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Poole St. 14 James Burke 1869
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Poole St. 15 Michael Buckley 1882
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Poole St. 16 Dominick Kalloran 1869
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Poole St. 17 Richard Neuman 1874
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Poole St. 18 Dominick Kalloran 1869
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Poole St. 19 Richard Neuman 1872
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Poole St. 20 George Rivett 1872
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Poole St. 21 Julia Tierney 1870
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Poole St. 22 William Powell 1870
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Poole St. 23 James Brown 1869
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Poole St. 24 Edmund Edey 1870
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Poole St. 25 James Brown 1869
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Poole St. 26 Dominick Kalloran 1870
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Poole St. 27 James Brown 1869
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Poole St. 28 Dominick Kalloran 1870
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Poole St. 29 Bridget Halinen 1870
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Poole St. 30 Dominick Kalloran 1870
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Poole St. 31 Bridget Halinen 1870
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Poole St. 32 Dominick Kalloran 1870
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Poole St. 33 William Rivett 1870
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Poole St. 34 Susan Laycock 1870
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Poole St. 35 John Bell 1870
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Poole St. 36 George Laycock 1870
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Poole St. 37 John Bell 1869
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Poole St. 38 Andrew Hamilton 1883
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Poole St. 39 William Damerow 1871
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Poole St. 40 Andrew Hamilton 1883
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Poole St. 41 James Goldie Cranston 1869
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Poole St. 42 James E. Neilson 1869
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Poole St. 43 James Goldie Cranston 1869
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Poole St. 44 James E. Neilson 1869
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Poole St. 45 Edward John Niblit 1870
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Poole St. 46 Dominick Kalloran 1869
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Poole St. 47 William Rivett 1869
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Poole St. 48 Dominick Kalloran 1869
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Poole St. 49 James Rorrison 1869
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Poole St. 50 Dominick Kalloran 1869
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Poole St. 51 James Rorrison 1869
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Poole St. 53 Ernest Ulrich 1869
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Poole St. 54 Flora Lyons 1870
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Poole St. 55 Ewen McMillan 1870
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Poole St. 56 Ewen McMillan 1870
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Poole St. 57 Flora Lyons 1870
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Seymour St. 1 Levi Moore 1869
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Seymour St. 2 James E. Maynard 1869
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Seymour St. 3 Lev1 Moore 1869
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Seymour St. 4 Dominic Killoran 1869
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Seymour St. 5 Levi Moore 1869
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Seymour St. 6 Margaret Prout 1869
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Seymour St. 7 Daniel Herbert Ramsay 1869
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Seymour St. 8 Margaret Prout 1869
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Seymour St. 9 Michael Doore 1869
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Seymour St. 10 Xavier Laderout 1870
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Seymour St. 11 Michael Doore 1869
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Seymour St. 12 Xavier Laderout 1873
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Seymour St. 13 Michael Malverhill 1869
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Seymour St. 14 Alexander McNab 1871
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Seymour St. 15 Michael Mulverhill 1869
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Seymour St. 16 Thomas Callaghan 1869
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Seymour St. 17 Henry Purcell 1869
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Seymour St. 18 Alexander McNab 1869
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Seymour St. 19 Thomas Mangan 1869
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Seymour St. 20 Isabella McNab 1869
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Seymour St. 21 Frederick Lyman 1869
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Seymour St. 22 Isabella McNab 1869
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Seymour St. 23 Charles Lyman 1869
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Seymour St. 24 Isabella McNab 1870
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Seymour St. 25 Thomas Mangan 1869
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Seymour St. 26 Isabella McNab 1870
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Seymour St. 27 Thomas Mangan S1/2 1869
Ellen Mooney N1/2 1884
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Seymour St. 28 Margaret Prout 1869
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Seymour St. 29 Andrew Hamilton 1883
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Seymour St. 30 Margaret Prout 1869
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Seymour St. 31 Michael Mulverhill 1869
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Seymour St. 32 Andrew Hamilton 1883
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Seymour St. 33 Ellen Maguire 1869
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Arthur St. 34 Andrew Hamilton 1883
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Seymour St. 35 Andrew Hamilton 1883
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Seymour St. 36 Michael Mulcahy 1870
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Seymour St. 37 Andrew Hamilton 1883
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Seymour St. 38 John Mulcahy 1913
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Conc. bet 13/14 Line Conc.McNab twp. Subdivided among
adjacent properties
23 MANSFIELD, James 1870 Pt. L6 C14. A John Lyon 7 acres 1870
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Pt. L6 C14 B Mary Russell 1869
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Pt. L6 C14 C Francis Kerr 1869
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Pt. L6 C14 D Thomas Callaghan 1869
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Pt. L6 C14 E David Spalding & 1870
Joseph Alexander Redington, trustees
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Corner Moore/Seymour Sts 56 Ewen McMillan 1870
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Moore St. 57 Flora Lyons 1879
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Corner Moore/Seymour Sts I John Jenkins 1871?
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Seymour St. J William Baker 1871?
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Road Allow. bet. lots 13/14 K Michael Mulcahy1870
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Road Allow. bet. lots 13/14 L Harriet Mallock ?
23 MANSFIELD, James 1869 Triangle piece Con 14 Pt. lot 7 Michael Mulcahy 1870
121 RUSSELL, Mary; 1894 Russell Lane? 2 Margaret F. Russell 1895
George MEYER, Henry
121 RUSSELL, Mary; 1895 Russell Lane 3 Jessie A. Russell 1898
George MEYER, Henry
121 RUSSELL, Mary; 1895 Russell Lane 4 Jessie A. Russell 1898
121 RUSSELL, Mary; 1895 Russell Lane 5 Jessie A. Russell 1898
George MEYER, Henry
121 RUSSELL, Mary; George 1898 Russell Lane 6 Jessie A. Russell 1898
121 RUSSELL, Mary; 1895 Russell Lane 7 Jessie A. Russell 1898
121 RUSSELL, Mary; 1895 Russell Lane 8 Jessie A. Russell 1898
121 RUSSELL, Mary; 1895 Russell Lane 9 Jessie A. Russell 1898
121 RUSSELL, Mary; 1895 Russell Lane 10 Jessie A. Russell 1898
58 CAMPBELL, Archibald 1874 Campbell 57 Thomas & William Murray 1882
58 CAMPBELL, Archibald 1874 Abigail 58 Duncan Campbell 1885
TWP. Of MCNAB 1885 Seymour Part (road allowance) Michael Mulcahy 1885
55 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1884 Stadaconna 11 Joseph Glenn 1875
58 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Stadaconna 11 Joseph Glenn 1875
55 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1884 Stadaconna 13 James O’Connor 1896
58 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Stadaconna 13 James O’Connor 1896
55, 58 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Corner of 16 James McNee 1874
Campbell & Stadaconna
58 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Corner of 17 Donald Bathune 1875
58 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Corner of 18 James McNee 1874
Campbell & Abigail
58 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Stadaconna 19 John Hickey 1874
58 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Abigail 20 Euphemia A. McCallum 1884
58 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Stadaconna 21 John Hickey 1875
58 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Abigail 22 Euphemia A. McCallum 1884
58 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Stadaconna 23 Euphemia A. McCallum 1884
58 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Abigail 24 Euphemia A. McCallum 1884
58 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Stadaconna 25 Euphemia A. McCallum 1884
58 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Abigail 26 Euphemia A. McCallum 1884
58 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Stadaconna 27 Euphemia A. McCallum 1884
58 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Abigail 28 Euphemia A. McCallum 1884
58 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Stadaconna 29 Patrick Lindsay 1875
58 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Abigail 30 Euphemia A. McCallum 1884
58 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Stadaconna 31 Thomas Downey 1881
58 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Abigail 32 Euphemia A. McCallum 1884
58 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Abigail 33 Euphemia A. McCallum 1884
58 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Abigail 34 George Bole 1874
58 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Abigail 35 George Bole 1874
58 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Abigail 36 George Bole 1874
58 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Abigail 37 John Sturgeon 1878
58 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Abigail 38 John Sturgeon 1878
58 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Abigail 39 Elias Moore 1881
58 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Corner of 40 Mary Jane Bole 1875
Abigail & Campbell
58 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Corner of 41 James McCreary 1875
58 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Abigail 42 Byron Francis Cross 1875
58 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Abigail 43 William Allan 1878
58 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Abigail 44 Charles Watson 1875
58 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Abigail 45 Charles Watson 1875
58 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Abigail 46 William Allan 1878
58 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Corner of 47 Jonathan Wolfe 1874
Abigail & Arnprior Road
58 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Arnprior Rd 48 Hiram & William Johnston 1901
58 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Arnprior Rd 49 John Jeffery 1875
58 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Arnprior Rd 50 John Jeffery 1875
58 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Campbell 51 John Jeffery 1875
58 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Campbell 52 John Jeffery 1875
58 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Campbell 53 Thomas Reynolds 1875
58 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Campbell 54 Thomas Reynolds 1875
58 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Campbell 55 Thomas Reynolds 1875
58 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Campbell 56 Thomas Reynolds 1875
55 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Corner of . 1 Timothy McMahon 1874
Victoria & Arnprior Rd
55 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Arnprior 2 Thomas Yuill 1874
55 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Arnprior 3 John Harvey 1874
55 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Corner of 4 John Harvey 1874
Arnprior Rd & Abigail
55 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Stadaconna 5 Andrew Rea 1874
55 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Abigail 6 John Harvey 1874
55 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Stadaconna 7 Andrew Rea 1874
55 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Abigail 8 John Harvey 1874
55 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Stadaconna 9 Alexander Brunett 1874
55 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Abigail 10 John Harvey 1874
55 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Abigail 12 George B. Eager 1874
55 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Abigail 14 Joseph F. Glen 1875
55 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Abigail 15 Daniel H. Ramsey 1886
55; 58 CAMPBELL, Archibald J. 1874 Corner of 16 John B.Yuill 1874
Victoria & Campbell
39 Purvis & Heptinstall 1872 Moore St. Block A. 1 McNab School Section 6 1873
39 Purvis & Heptinstall 1872 Alexandra Block A. 2 James West 1873
39 Purvis & Heptinstall 1872 Alexandra Block A. 3 James McDiarmid 1873
39 Purvis & Heptinstall 1872 Arnprior & McNab Rd. Block A. 4 James McDiarmid 1873
39 Purvis & Heptinstall 1872 Moore or Alexandra Block A. 5 Herman Michelson 1873
39 Purvis & Heptinstall 1872 Alexandra Block A. 6 William Serson 1873
39 Purvis & Heptinstall 1872 Moore or Alexandra Block A. 7 James Mooney 1873
39 Purvis & Heptinstall 1872 Alexandra Block A. 8 Edward Brunette 1873
39 Purvis & Heptinstall 1872 Moore or Alexandra Block A. 9 James Mooney 1873
39 Purvis & Heptinstall 1872 Alexandra Block A. 10 Moris Thiband (Thibaud?) 1873
39 Purvis & Heptinstall 1872 Moore or Alexandra Block A. 11 John McDonald 1873
39 Purvis & Heptinstall 1872 Alexandra Block A. 12 Sambroke W J Heptinstall 1873
39 Purvis & Heptinstall 1872 Moore or Alexandra Block A. 13 William Farmer 1877
39 Purvis & Heptinstall 1872 Alexandra Block A. 14 Sambroke W J Heptinstall 1873
39 Purvis & Heptinstall 1872 Moore or Alexandra Block A. 15 James Robertson 1873
39 Purvis & Heptinstall 1872 Moore or 16 Sambroke W J Heptinstall 1873
Alexandra Block A
39 Purvis & Heptinstall 1872 Moore, 17 Alexander Robertson 1873
Alexandra or Jedwood Block A.
39 Purvis & Heptinstall 1872 Moore, 18 Sambroke W J Heptinstall 1873
Alexandra or Jedwood Block A.
39 Purvis & Heptinstall 1872 Albert. Now Colin Block A 19 Archibald Campbell 1873
39 Purvis & Heptinstall 1872 Albert. Now Colin Block A 20 Wielemine Homuth 1873
39 Purvis & Heptinstall 1872 Albert. Now Colin Block A 21 James Pritchard 1873
39 Purvis & Heptinstall 1872 Albert. Now Colin Block A 22 Augustin Deshome 1873
39 Purvis & Heptinstall 1872 Albert. Now Colin Block A 23 John Pilon 1873
39 Purvis & Heptinstall 1872 Albert. Now Colin Block A 24 William Stregg 1873
39 Purvis & Heptinstall 1872 Albert. Now Colin Block A 25 William Neuman 1873
39 Purvis & Heptinstall 1872 Albert. Now Colin Block A 26 Sambrooke Heptinstall 1873
39 Purvis & Heptinstall 1872 Albert. Now Colin Block A 27 George Purvis 1873
39 Purvis & Heptinstall 1872 Victiria or Albert. 1 Archibald John Campbell 1873
Colin or Stadaconna Block B
39 Purvis & Heptinstall 1872 Victiria or Albert. 2 Archibald John Campbell 1873
39 Purvis & Heptinstall 1872 Victiria or Albert. 3 Michael Galvan 1873
Colin or Stadaconna Block B
39 Purvis & Heptinstall 1872 Victiria or Albert. 4 Archibald John Campbell 1873
39 Purvis & Heptinstall 1872 Victiria or Albert. 5 George Purvis 1873
39 Purvis & Heptinstall 1872 Victiria or Albert. 6 George Purvis 1873
39 Purvis & Heptinstall 1872 Victiria or Albert. 7 George Purvis 1873
39 Purvis & Heptinstall 1872 Victiria Block C 1 John McMaster 1873
39 Purvis & Heptinstall 1872 Victiria Block C 2 Archibald John Campbell 1873
39 Purvis & Heptinstall 1872 Victiria Block C 3 Archibald John Campbell 1873
39 Purvis & Heptinstall 1872 Victiria Block C 4 Archibald John Campbell 1873
39 Purvis & Heptinstall 1872 Arnprior Rd Block C 5 Thomas Toy 1873
39 Purvis & Heptinstall 1872 Arnprior Rd Block C 6 John Tierney 1873
39 Purvis & Heptinstall 1872 Arnprior Rd Block C 7 John Monaghan 1873
39 Purvis & Heptinstall 1872 Arnprior rd Block C 8 John McMaster 1873
150 Thomas Mooney 1896 Cor of Jedwood & Moore 31 Edward Mooney 1918
150 Thomas Mooney 1896 Moore 32 Edward Mooney 1918
150 Thomas Mooney 1896 Moore 33 Edward Mooney 1918
150 Thomas Mooney 1896 Moore 34 Edward Mooney 1918
150 Thomas Mooney 1896 Cor of Moore & Annie 35 Edward Mooney 1918
150 Thomas Mooney 1896 Annie 36 Edward Mooney 1918
150 Thomas Mooney 1896 Annie 37 Edward Mooney 1918
150 Thomas Mooney 1896 Cor of Annie & Moore 38 Cecil J. Rafter 1940
150 Thomas Mooney 1896 Moore 39 Cecil J. Rafter 1940
150 Thomas Mooney 1896 Annie 40 Edward Mooney 1918
150 Thomas Mooney 1896 Annie 41 Edward Mooney 1918
150 Thomas Mooney 1896 Annie 42 Edward Mooney 1918
150 Thomas Mooney 1896 Moore 43 Edward Mooney 1918
150 Thomas Mooney 1896 Cor of Moore & Mooney 44 Edward Mooney 1918
150 Thomas Mooney 1896 Mooney 45 Edward Mooney 1918
150 Thomas Mooney 1896 Mooney 46 Edward Mooney 1918
150 Thomas Mooney 1896 Mooney 47 Aneda Gareau 1902
150 Thomas Mooney 1896 Mooney 48 Peter Antoine 1902
150 Thomas Mooney 1896 Mooney 49 Edward Mooney 1918
150 Thomas Mooney 1896 Annie not enterred Cecil J. Rafter 1940
150 Thomas Mooney 1896 Mooney not enterred Cecil J. Rafter 1940
Notes
Other sources of information related to land ownership are assessment and collector’s rolls (held at the Arnprior and District Archives (ADA) and the general register of wills (held at the Land Registry Office in Pembroke). The ADA may also have copies of private individual’s research and recollections that pertain to this area.
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Renfrew County Land Records - McNab Township Wills

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1870-1916
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Reference Material
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Item
Date
1870-1916
Format
textual records
Collection/Fonds
Reference Material
Description Level
Item
Series
6
Creator
Archives Volunteers
Scope and Content
The land records for the Township of McNab were reviewed to identify wills listed as instruments. The following references to wills are listed as they appear within the abstract indexes.
Copybook 1
Page Instrument No. Grantor Date Registered
17 O6736 John Anderson 1906
18 O6736 John Anderson 1906
18 G3110 John Wallace 1883
28 E1893 Archibald White 1875
38 F2744 Jane Stewart 1881
41 G2801 William Headrick 1881
51 G3239 Izett Duff 1884
60 L5093 Robert Dickson 1897
64 M5573 Colin McGregor 1899
67 J4109 John Stewart 1890
71 L5426 Jane Forrest 1898
71 P7591 Jessie Lavoie 1912
95 K4661 John Campbell 1893
95 M5486 John McLachlin 1899
103 J4256 Rebecca Alston 1891
103 N6211 Alexander Box Sr. 1904
103 L5309 Hugh McKay 1898
127 F2165 Archibald Hart 1877
143 G3062 John Paris 1883
144 G3173 Donald Stewart 1884
147 G 1002 Duncan Robertson 1870
152 J4256 Rebecca Alston 1891
154 GR3494 Patrick Kane 1886
158 3052 Donald Stewart 1883
158 GR999 J.P. Mansfield 1870
164 N6304 Donald McIntyre 1904
190 O6713 Joseph Seebye 1906
192 G3038 Ellen Ryan 1883
200 G3173 Donald Stewart 1884
201 O8068 Robert Stewart 1915
204 H3790 Hugh Hamilton 1887
206 N6211 Alexander Box Sr. 1904
211 M5779 Angus Cameron 1901
212 C1098 John Cunningham 1870
213 F2171 James Robertson 1877
214 C1143 John Morris 1871
216 Q7898 Alexander Stewart 1914
224 P7407 James Barr 1911
228 Q7897 Donald Stewart 1914
230 Q8149 James Miller 1916
233 J4854 Thomas Frood 1889
239 F2165 Archibald Host 1877
214 N6387 Angus McInnes 1905
245 G31 73 Donald Stewart 1884
250 N6211 Alexander Box 1904
256 K4452 James Robertson 1892
272 N6137 James McMillan 1903
278 Q7848 Peter McIntosh 1914
279 P7515 Peter Anderson 1911
285 O6788 Peter McMillan 1907
291 Q8149 James Miller 1916
292 F2166 John McInnes 1877
297 C1098 John Cunningham 1870
300 C1002 Duncan Robertson 1870
314 P 7423 John Stewart 1911
Copybook 2
Page Instrument No. Grantor Date Registered
320 8096 Mary Watt 1915
322 2313 Alexander Wilson 1877
322 6809 Alexander Stewart 1907
324 6436 Robert Carswell 1905
325 4826 Eliza Mackie 1895
327 7848 Peter McIntosh 1914
329 7848 Peter McIntosh 1912
330 7515 Peter Anderson 1905
336 4895 Janet Lindsay 1885
346 4584 Hauce Lagarwood 1892
348 7468 Robert A. Bandy 1908
363 7302 Andrew Taylor 1909
369 O6787 Peter Russett 1893
383 4058 Robert Pinkerton 1882
384 5151 John Storie 1896
387 5467 William Lowe 1883
388 5484 John McMillan 1896
392 7405 William Cunningham 1898
395 3900 James Cochran 1888
395 7616 William Holbein 1912
400 2642 Johann Runz 1879
404 3066 Christian F. Scheel 1883
412 4544 Philip Armstrong 1892
418 3073 William Croft 1883
434 4584 Hauce Ledgowood 1892
452 3988 Carl Streich 1889
462 2149 John Sutherland 1873
467-468 6633 Donald Stevenson 1903
472 6679 Duncan Dewer 1899
480 6057 John R. Campbell 1903
479 3901 Robert Storie 1888
500 3855 James McCormick 1888
501 2357 James McNee 1877
516-524 1827 Alexander Doore 1875
528 7404 Joseph Storie 1910
529 3987 John Campbell 1888
532 1918 James Storie 1875
544 7015 George Elliott 1908
554 6928 Malcalm Campbell 1901
565 5768 John Campbell 1900
580 1918 James Storie 1875
607 4515 Peter McLaren 1893
609 5972 Martha Ann O’Connor 1883
612 1262 Iawas (?) Young 1872
618 8213 John Hugh Campbell 1914
622 1871 Alexander McDowell 1872
629 1615 Robert Brill 1873
Copybook 3
Page Instrument No. Grantor Date Registered
2 E1871 Alexander McDonell 1875
3 O7035 William Brill 1908
14 D1420 Isabella McNab 1873
24 K4501 James Eckford 1892
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Renfrew County Land Records - Horton Township Wills

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Date
1871-1915
Collection/Fonds
Reference Material
Description Level
Item
Date
1871-1915
Format
textual records
Collection/Fonds
Reference Material
Description Level
Item
Series
6
Creator
Archives Volunteers
Scope and Content
The land records for the Township of Horton were reviewed to identify wills listed as instruments. The following references to wills are listed as they appear within the abstract indexes.
Copybook 1
Page Instrument No. Grantor Date Registered
14 B672 George Thomson 1871
17 G3025 Joseph Kruppo 1909
36 B665 John Richie 1871
50 B726 Henry Giles 1872
52 D1522 William Hickey 1886
54 C1204 Lawrence Reilly 1881
56 C1270 William Peever 1882
77 C1252 Joseph Mayhew 1882
77 E2104 Joseph Mayhew 1895
103 F2530 Alexander Stewart 1906
119 F2829 Henry Airth 1906
130 D1397 Michael Harty 1884
135 D1645 John Martin 1888
137 D1643 John Martin 1888
155 F2979 John Cole 1902
158 3084 Duncan Stewart 1909
169 3065 William Walls 1907
174 E2167 Almeda R. Hutton 1887
188 D1643 John Martin 1888
195 D1324 Gregor McIntyne 1883
195 E1998 William Burton 1890
201 B717 William Burton 1872
203 G868 Elizabeth Burton 1875
205 2218 David Halliday 1893
205 3403 Frank Burton 1907
207 2667 Joseph New 1896
212 3623 Christopher Burwell 1915
213 2250 Thomas Cole 1897
214 3484 George McQuitty 1915
218 1218 Joseph Carbineau 1861
235 1248 John Miller 1881
251 1145 Richard New 1879
258 D1539 John McCallum 1886
259 2368 Robert Eady (the elder) 1895
261 2597 John Richardson 1888
270 1679 John Vance 1889
272 E2000 Joseph Sale 1892
282 F2714 See ref. 6387-McNab 1881
299 2086 James Rusasell 1895
312 G3391 Robert B. Eady 1910
Copy Book 2
Page Instrument No. Grantor Date Registered
315 3421 David Mullins 1899
317 1145 Richard New 1879
319 3065 William Walls 1907
321 3391 Robert B. Eady 1910
324 1356 Patrick Byrnes 1883
341 2843 Alexander Miller 1899
342 2212 James Gillan 1897
343 2792 Alexander Miller 1906
358 1640 William Gorly 1881
367 1611 Thomas Suthiff 1886
372 none John Mullins 1888
372 G3391 Robert B. Eady 1910
372 G3421 David Mullins 1899
373 32073 James E. Mullins 1955
375 G3166 John Payne 1902
376 D1356 Patrick Bytnes 1883
378 G1257 John Finan 1882
381 G3181 Alexander McKenzie 1910
383 C961 John Crawford 1876
396 F2761 James Lindsay 1895
398 C949 John Shaw 1876
407 G3191 Margaret Shiels 1904
410 1108 Duncan Ferguson 1868
410 G3308 Donald Ferguson 1906
414 G3461 Louis O’Brie 1905
422 G3166 John Payne 1902
425 A395 (none) Jason Gould 1864
425 A396 (none) Jason Gould 1864
426 B642 (none) Margaret Bolton 1870
438 F2663 John Wilson 1893
448 G3412 Robert Coheghy 1912
450 G990 Thomas Clarke 1876
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9999-9999
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McNab Township Land Records - Sand Point - Early Owners

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Date
1865-1912
Collection/Fonds
Reference Material
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
part of blue binder
Date
1865-1912
Format
textual records
Collection/Fonds
Reference Material
Description Level
Item
Series
6
Creator
Archives Volunteers
Physical Description
part of blue binder
History / Biography
The following index was compiled by several volunteers under the supervision of Arnold McIntyre at the Arnprior & District Archives using Renfrew County Abstract Indexes for Sand Point. This project was completed over a two year period; between 2004 & 2006.
Scope and Content
The following is a list of the second and third title holders of Sand Point property after Alexander McDonell who received title to all the land in 1867. Please note that some data such as Lot No. or street names is missing in the abstract books, so this data does not appear in the index. Also, the Canada Permanent Loan & Savings Company (Canada P. L. & S. Co.) appears several times in the index for Sand Point. It is also known as the Canada Permanent Building and Savings Society. A Plan of Sand Point dated 1867 is available for viewing at the Arnprior & District Archives.
Indices for Mansfield and McNab Township are in separate descriptons.
Occasionally, the clerk of the Land Records Office misspelled the land owner’s name; so researchers must be vigilant in searching the listing for all variable forms of names. For instance the name McLachlan may be spelled in seven different ways: McLachlan, McLochlan, McLauchlan, McLauchlin, McLaughlan and McLaughlin. Other names with variant spelling include Barry and Barrie; Heddrick and Headrick; Russet, Rosette and Rosset; McNiven, and McNeven; Havy, Hevy, Heavy and Havey; Oram, Orem and Orum; Ledgerwood and Legerwood.
Researchers interested in family history will be able to find where and when their ancestors held land. Moving from these lists, they can then refer to the copy books and view the original instruments which are held in the archives. Documents relating to land transactions prior to 1867 are held in the Archives of Ontario, but copies may be viewed at the Renfrew County Land Records Office (LRO) in Pembroke, Ontario.
Plan 2nd Owner Date Street Lot 3rd Owner Date
21 John B. Rogers 1865 1 Edward Derenzy 1868
21 Edward Derenzy 1874 McDonnell 2 John D. Church 1902
21 Duncan McDonnell 1868 McDonnell 3 Thomas Deveau 1874
21 James Young 1856 McDonnell 4 James Young Jr. 1870
21 James Young 1856 McDonnell 5 James Young Jr. 1879
21 James Young 1872 McDonnell 6 Annie Young 1872
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 McDonnell 7 Robert Steven 1875
21 Alexander McDonnell 1872 McDonnell 8 William W. Giffin 1872
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 Corner of McDonnell & Jessie 9 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 Corner of Jessie & Young 10 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 Young 11 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 Young 12 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 Young 13 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 Young 14 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 Young 15 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 Young 16 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 Young 17 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 Young 18 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 19 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 20 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 Corner of Young & Mountain 21 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 Young 22 Robert Steven 21
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 Young 23 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 Young 24 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 Young 25 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 Young 26 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 Young 27 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 Young 28 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 Corner of Young & Jessie 29 Robert Steven 1875
21 Washington Parsons 1874 Lake 30 John M. McDonald 1874
21 School Section # 12 McNab 1871 Corner of Jessie & McDonnell 31
21 Alexander McGillis 1873 McDonnell 32 Canadian Pacific R. R 1882
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 McDonnell 33 Robert Steven 1875
21 Edward Lumsden 1870 McDonnell 34 Miriam E. Edwards 1874
21 Andrew Telfer 1874 McDonnell 35 Catherine Young 1882
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 McDonnell 36 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 McDonnell 37 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 McDonnell 38 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 McDonnell 39 Robert Steven 1875
21 Robert Brill? 1873 McDonnell 40 Duncan Campbell 1877
William Brill? 1874
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 McDonnell 41 Robert Steven 1875
21 Angus McGillis 1873 Corner of McDonnell & Jane 42 David McArthur 1883
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 Corner of Jane & Young 43 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 Young 44 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 Young 45 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 Young 46 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 Young 47 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 Young 48 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 Young 49 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 Young 50 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 Young 51 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 Young 52 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 Young 53 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 Corner of Young & Jessie 54 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 Corner of Young & Jessie 55 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 Young 56 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 Young 57 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 Young 58 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 Young 59 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 Young 60 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 Young 61 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 Young 62 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 Young 63 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. Young 64 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. Young 65 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L.& S. Co. 1867 Young 66 Robert Steven 1875
21 William Henry Cone 1873 Corner of McDonnell & Jane 67 Andrew W. Bell 1888
21 William Henry Cone 1873 McDonnell 68 Andrew W. Bell 1888
21 William Hogg 1874 McDonnell 69 Janet Belford 1884
21 William Hogg 1874 McDonnell 70 Janet Belford 1884
21 O’Kane Levoy 1874 McDonnell 71 John Carmichael 1890
21 Canada P. L.& S. Co. 1875 McDonnell 72 Robert Steven 1875
21 William Storie 1874 McDonnell 73 Agnes Wilson 1908
21 Charles Ross 1871 McDonnell 74 William Storie 1872
21 Duncan Stewart 1874 McDonnell 75 Annie Stewart 1889
21 Canada P. L.& S. Co. 1875 McDonnell 76 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L.& S. Co. 1875 McDonnell 77 Robert Steven 1875
21 Robert Samuel Flint 1872 Corner of McDonnell & Jane 78 Alexander McDonnell 1873
21 Robert Brill? 1873 Corner of Young & Janet 79 Duncan W. Campbell 1877
William Brill?
21 Canada P. L.& S. Co. 1875 Young 80 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L.& S. Co. 1875 Young 81 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L.& S. Co. 1875 Young 82 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L.& S. Co. 1875 Young 83 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L.& S. Co. 1875 Young 84 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L.& S. Co. 1875 Young 85 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L.& S. Co. 1875 Young 86 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L.& S. Co. 1875 Young 87 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L.& S. Co. 1875 Young 88 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L.& S. Co. 1875 Young 89 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L.& S. Co. 1875 Corner of Jane & Young 90 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L.& S. Co. 1875 Corner of Young & Jane 91 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L.& S. Co. 1875 Young 92 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L.& S. Co. 1875 Young 93 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L.& S. Co. 1875 Young 94 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L.& S. Co. 1875 Young 95 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L.& S. Co. 1875 Young 96 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L.& S. Co. 1875 Young 97 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L.& S. Co. 1875 Young 98 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L.& S. Co. 1875 Young 99 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L.& S. Co. 1875 Young 100 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L.& S. Co. 1875 Young 101 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L.& S. Co. 1875 Corner of Young & Janet 102 Robert Steven 1875
21 Ward & Scott Co. 1874 Lake 103 Alexander & James McDonnell 1874
21 Ward & Scott Co. 1874 Lake 104 Alexander & James McDonnell 1874
21 Canada P. L.& S. Co. 1875 Lake 105 Robert Steven 1875
21 Louis Roy 1863 Lake 106 Donald J. McDonald 1863
21 Merchants’ Bank 1879 Lake 107 James Bromley 1879
21 Ronald McDonnell 1872 Lake 108 Penelope McDonnell 1905
21 Ronald McDonnell 1872 Lake 109 Penelope McDonnell 1905
21 Robert Graham 1883 Lake 110 Fanny Richards 1883
21 Canada P. L.& S. Co. 1875 111 Robert Steven 1875
21 Catharine Yuill 1874 Lake 112 Mary Ann Yuill 1882
21 Sherman Ward & Henry Scott 1868 113 Alexander & Donald James McDonnell 1874
21 Sherman Ward & Henry Scott 1868 114 Alexander & Donald James McDonnell 1874
21 Sherman Ward & Henry Scott 1868 115 Alexander & Donald James McDonnell 1874
21 Sherman Ward & Henry Scott 1868 116 Alexander & Donald James McDonnell 1874
21 Sherman Ward & Henry Scott 1868 117 Alexander & Donald James McDonnell 1874
21 Sherman Ward & Henry Scott 1868 118 Alexander & Donald James McDonnell 1874
21 Sherman Ward & Henry Scott 1868 119 Alexander & Donald James McDonnell 1874
21 Sherman Ward & Henry Scott 1868 120 Alexander & Donald James McDonnell 1874
21 Sherman Ward & Henry Scott 1868 121 Alexander & Donald James McDonnell 1874
21 Octave Corow 1871 122 Edward Derenzy 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 123 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 124 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 Corner of Janet & McDonnell 125 Robert Steven 1875
21 Donald McDonald 1874 McDonnell 126 James Wilson 1876
21 Alexander Stewart 1874 McDonnell 127 James Carmichael 1886
21 Antoney McDonald 1873 McDonnell 128 Emily McDonald 1900
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 McDonnell 129 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 McDonnell 130 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 McDonnell 131 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 McDonnell 132 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 McDonnell 133 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 McDonnell 134 Robert Steven 1875
21 Roman Catholic 1871 McDonnell 135
Corporation of the Diocese of Ottawa
21 Roman Catholic 1871 McDonnell 136
21 Roman Catholic 1871 McDonnell 137
Corporation of the Diocese of Ottawa
21 Roman Catholic 1871 McDonnell 138
21 Roman Catholic 1871 McDonnell 139
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 McDonnell 140 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 McDonnell 141 Robert Steven 1875
21 John McNeil 1874 McDonnell 142 Bridget McNeill 1951
21 John McNeil 1874 McDonnell 143 Bridget McNeill 1951
21 John O’Donell 1874 McDonnell 144 James O’Donnell 1879
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 McDonnell 145 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 McDonnell 146 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 McDonnell 147 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 McDonnell 148 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 149 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 150 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 151 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 152 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 153 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 154 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 155 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 156 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 157 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 158 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 159 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 160 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 161 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 162 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 163 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 164 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 165 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 166 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 167 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 168 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 169 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 170 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 171 Robert Steven 1875
21 Canada P. L. & S. Co. 1875 172 Robert Steven 1875
21 Township of McNab 1912 Jane 173 John Alexander Jamieson 1912
Notes
Other sources of information related to land ownership are assessment and collector’s rolls (held at the Arnprior and District Archives (ADA) and the general register of wills (held at the LRO). The ADA may also have copies of private individual’s research and recollections that pertain to this area.
Accession No.
9999-9999
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Renfrew County Land Records - General Register Instruments for Arnprior and McNab Township

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Date
1867 - 1935
Collection/Fonds
Reference Material
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
0.16 m textual material
Date
1867 - 1935
Format
textual records
Collection/Fonds
Reference Material
Description Level
Item
Series
6
Original Location
Pembroke Land Records Office
Creator
Archives Volunteers
Physical Description
0.16 m textual material
Scope and Content
The General Register consists of transcripts of wills, administrations, indentures, probates, etc. that involve land transactions. They are referenced in the copy books, but the original instruments are held at the Land Records Office in Pembroke, Ontario. In 2018, AMBA borrowed these records, identified those related to the Town of Arnprior and the Township of McNab, photocopied them and compiled an index.
The following is an index to the copied General Register Instruments for Arnprior:
GR # Date Name
17 1868 Joseph Schofield
26 1869 John Campbell
79 1872 Daniel McLachlin
110 1873 Maria McLachlin
192 1876 George Milne
238 1877 Maria McLachlin
247 1877 Helen Maria Brady (Heptinstall)
277 1878 James S. Kead
298 1879 Mary Ann Smyth
313 1879 Neil Robertson
317 1879 William Wedd
353 1880 John McMaster
369 1881 Owen Tierney
398 1883 Donald & James McDonell
426 1885 Robert McDonald
431 1885 Robert Brown
455 1886 William Hugh Adams
458 1886 James Morris
509 1889 William Kearns
524 1889 Robert Carss
525 1889 Alexander Fetherston
547 1890 Ann Bishop
556 1890 Lydia Ann Sheppard
572 1891 William Spence
581 1891 James Hartney
616 1892 Robert Young
650 1893 George Halliday
656 1893 Alexander McLachlan
686 1893 Mary Ann Smyth
699 1894 Catherine McNamara
705 1894 Thomas Storie
724 1895 John Smyth
991 1900 Ellen Junkin
997 1901 CDN. Mutual Loan & Investment
1024 1901 Catherine Cameron
1237 1906 John Martin
2034 1919 Edmire Raby
2096 1920 Christian Charles Frederick Heise
2191 1920 Peter McGonigal
2433 1922 Thomas Mooney
2563 1923 August Frederick Sellars
2647 1924 Robert Balfour
2701 1924 David Moyes
2705 1924 Archibald D. McDonald
2770 1925 Michael Murphy
2878 1925 Philip Dontigny (Woolen Mfg.)
2946 1926 Francois Xavier Vaudry
3040 1927 Ann Selina Whyte
3058 1927 Sherman Baldwin
3066 1927 James Rivett
3097 1927 Elizabeth Cleary
3118 1927 Louisa Shutz
3141 1927 August Julius Scheel
3159 1928 Joseph McDougall
3252 1928 Archibald Riddell
3407 1930 Murtagh (Mort) Sullivan (Hotel Keeper)
3650 1931 Margaret McVicar
3769 1933 David Craig
3804 1933 Gerald Jarvis
3930 1934 Joseph Henery St.Hilaire
The following is an index to the copied General Register Instruments for McNab Township:
GR # Date Name
12 1868 Robert Hunter
14 1867 John Russell
27 1869 John Benjamin Rogers
32 1870 John Otterson
49 1871 John McGregor
52 1871 Mathew Barr
61 1871 Rev. Henry Usborne
63 1871 Rev. Henry Usborne
111 1873 Rev. Henry Usborne
141 1875 Alexander McDonell
142 1875 Thomas Beacon
215 1877 Robert Hamilton
308 1879 John McFarlane
323 1879 John McFarlane
312 1879 Charles Stewart Middleton
313 1879 Neil Robertson
339 1880 Duncan Campbell
368 1881 James McCreary
431 1885 Robert Brown
471 1887 Elizabeth & Frank Densmore
472 1884 Elizabeth Mansfield
492 1888 James Mansfield
512 1888 William Leckie
525 1889 Alexander Fetherston
969 1900 Elizabeth Caldwell (Storie)
999 1901 William Hanson Sr.
1948 1919 Robert Stewart
1964 1919 James Storie
1970 1919 Thomas D. McLaughlin
2049 1919 John Inglis
2105 1920 Thomas Fraser
2107 1920 Robert Eady
2266 1921 David Taylor
2278 1921 John R. McLachlan
2304 1921 John Byrne
2324 1921 John Barry
2397 1893 Allan McNab
2521 1923 Alexander Sealey
2530 1923 Annie McLaughlin
2604 1923 William Wallace
2645 1921 Alexander Fraser
2654 1924 John Inglis
2676 1924 William Blackburn
2707 1924 John McNevin
2763 1923 William Adrain
2789 1925 Daniel Young
2896 1925 Alexander Graham
2900 1926 John Stewart
2967 1926 George S. Hutson
3121 1927 Angus Cameron
3129 1927 William H. Barry
3231 1928 Caroline Michelson ( widow )
3238 1928 Archibald Dewar
3263 1928 John Cunningham - Elizabeth Cunningham
3338 1929 Hugh Stevenson
3478 1930 Thomas Dickson
3491 1930 Neil McKay
3494 1930 William Cameron
3814 1933 Caroline McMillan
3895 1924 James Legree
4016 1935 Robert Carswell
4028 1935 Walter Headrick
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Town of Arnprior Financial Records - Tax Records

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Date
1881 - 1962
Collection/Fonds
Town of Arnprior Records
Description Level
Sub-Series
Physical Description
textual records
Date
1881 - 1962
Format
textual records
Collection/Fonds
Town of Arnprior Records
Description Level
Sub-Series
Series
7.1
Reproduction Location
Digitized Assessment & Collector Rolls in Common Folder
Physical Description
textual records
Language
English
Scope and Content
Assessment Rolls 1887-1931 D 1, D 2, D 3, D 4
Assessment rolls provide the following information: name of taxable party, occupation, address of taxable party, tenant or householder, age of taxable party, public or separate school supporter, number of children, number of concession and name of street, number of lot or house, value of real property, number in family, and religion. By the 1920’s, the name of the wife and other family members sometimes are listed in the rolls.
Volumes:
1887 - 1893 (digitized) D1
1894 - 1903 (digitized) D2
1904 - 1919 Note: 1913 (missing) (digitized to 1909) D3
1920 - 1931 D4
Collectors Rolls (Tax) (35 volumes) 1881-1931
Collectors rolls provide the following information: name of party assessed, address, tenant or freeholder, date of assessment notice, public or separate school supporter and amount paid.
35 volumes:
1881, 1887, 1888, 1891, 1894, 1896, 1898, 1899 (digitized) D7
1902, 1903, 1906, 1907, 1908 - 1913 (digitized to 1909) D8
1914 - 1928 D9
1929, 1930, 1931 D10
Combined Assessment and Collectors Tax Rolls D5, D6
1932-1936
1937-1939
1940-1943
1944-1947
1948-1949
Tax Arrears Cash Books, Land Sales Closed to public D 12
Names of property holders who were in arrears with their taxes, amount owed, interest charges, and properties sold.
Volume 1, 1928 to 1937
Volume 2, 1939 to 1945
Volume 3, 1940 to 1962
Volume 4, 1942 to 1947
Volume 5, 1943 to 1966
Volume 6, 1943 to 1975
Volume 7, 1964 to 1966
Tax Sales Record 1941-1942
Tax Sales Certificate Register 1937
Tax Sales Certificate Register 1941
Tax Sales Certificate Register 1941 - 1943
Tax Records 1965
Tax Records 1966
Access Restriction
Please use digitized copies of Assessment & Collector Rolls.
The Tax Arrears Cash Books, and Land Sales are closed.
Accruals
Further accruals are expected.
Accession No.
1997-0083
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Date
1955-2017
Collection/Fonds
Jeffrey Luggage Ltd. fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
bound volume, postcard, textual records
Date
1955-2017
Format
textual records
Collection/Fonds
Jeffrey Luggage Ltd. fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
bound volume, postcard, textual records
History / Biography
Lyle Jeffrey (1919-2004) and his wife Florence Brown Jeffrey (1919-2017) met in Ottawa in the mid-1930's. They married after Lyle returned from serving in the Royal Canadian Navy Volunteer Reserve. Their first product, a suitcase called 'Jeff Flite', was manufactured in the basement of their home. Their first manufacturing facility was located on Richmond Road in Ottawa. They moved their business to 3.79 acres of land fronting on McNab Street in 1955 and eventually employed over 20 employees. The Jeffrey's also established a riding camp at Lowney Lake called Frontier Rance in 1958 for children age 7 - 16. It eventually employed over 35 people and had over 100 horses in its 26 year history. Florence Jeffrey was a leader in the Christian Women's Club for many years.
Acquisition Source
Donated by daughter Jill Jeffrey.
Scope and Content
This small fonds contains business records related to the establishment of Jeffrey Luggage Ltd. File also contains a 1967 purchase agreement for Frontier Ranch, post cards and a poster for Frontier Range Children's Camp.
Notes
Information taken from article published in Chronicle-Guide Feb 6 2014 written by Sharon Gray of Island View Retirement Suites of Arnprior and newspaper articles from July 1955.
Accession No.
2015-0342
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McNab/Braeside Township Historical Records

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Date
1850 - 1978
Collection/Fonds
McNab/Braeside Township Historical Records
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
24.5 m of textual material
23 maps
Date
1850 - 1978
Format
textual records
Collection/Fonds
McNab/Braeside Township Historical Records
Description Level
Fonds
Reproduction Location
Vital statistics, Collector Rolls, and Bylaws were digitized in August 2009
Physical Description
24.5 m of textual material
23 maps
History / Biography
The Township of McNab, Renfrew County, Ontario, was incorporated effective January 1, 1850 under the terms of the Baldwin Act, Chapter 81, Canada Statutes, 1849. This act provided for the creation of municipal governments at the town, village and township levels and identified those which would automatically be granted municipal status when the act came into effect, January 1, 1850. The township of McNab was surveyed and named McNab in 1824; the area covered approx. 64,000 acres. The first group of settlers arrived from Scotland to the township in 1825. Between 1840 and 1844, cultivated acreage in the township rose by 65%. Before the first McNab township hall was erected, the town council met in the house of Daniel McIntyre (an early Stewartville resident). Later, the council met in Stewartville’s township hall. Allan Stewart donated land for the township hall in 1850. Under the provisions of Bill 26, the Savings and Restructuring act, 1996, McNab Township was amalgamated with Braeside village to form the new Township of McNab/Braeside effective January 1, 1998. The Village of Braeside was part of the Township of McNab until its incorporation in 1921.
Language
English
Acquisition Source
The records were transferred from the basement storage room of the McNab Township office in 1993 and 1999. In 2008, Mrs. Nancy Argue donated 1877 Collector's Roll (Accession 2008-0234).
Scope and Content
The collection is arranged into three series:
I: McNab Township
II: Village of Braeside
III: Township of McNab/Braeside
Each series consists of sub-series relating to the administration of the township or village.
McNab Township Series 1
Bylaws and Minutes Sub-Series 1.1
The minutes of McNab Township date between 1850 and 1978. Along with the bylaws, they reveal in detail how the township developed and was governed for over 100 years.
Bylaws from 1846 to 1952 are described separately and have been digitized. See McNab Township Bylaws Sub-Series and Item Level descriptions.
For textual records relating to McNab Township Bylaws see also Township of McNab Sub-series: Administrative Files, Box 1 .
For records relating to the township before this period, researchers must enquire at the Archives of Ontario and the National Archives of Canada.
McNab Township Minutes; 1850 - 1875 C5.1
McNab Township Minutes; 1876 - 1902 C5.2
McNab Township Minutes; 1902 - 1913 C5.3
McNab Township Minutes: 1914 - 1926 (Oversize Bound Volume) C4.1
McNab Township Minutes; 1927 - 1937 C5.3
McNab Township Minutes; 1937 - 1968 C5.4
McNab Township Minutes; 1968 - 1978 (original hand written) C5.5
McNab Township Minutes; 1968 - 1978 (typed copies) B12.3
McNab Township Bylaws; 1846, 1850 - 1950 C5.6, C5.7, C5.8
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Assessment, Collection and Non-resident Sub-Series 1.2
Assesment, Collection and Non-resident rolls list the household heads residing on each property and their addresses, form of tenure, and other relevant information relating to the value of property within the township. Please note that due to the fragile condition of some of these records, all rolls that pre-date 1900 are CLOSED. However, the digitized copy of the Collector's Rolls are available for viewing.
Assessment Roll 1906 - 1917 B1
Assessment Roll 1918 - 1935 B2
Assessment Roll 1936 - 1948 B3
Assessment Roll 1949 - 1957 B4
Assessment Roll 1958 - 1961 B5
Notes: 1924, 1925 rolls missing, 1937/38 = 1 volume, 1959/60 = 1 volume, two copies of 1943, 1944, 1948, 1949, 1950 and 1957 exist.
Note: The Collector's Rolls to 1888 have been digitized and available for viewing.
Collectors Roll 1851, 1859, 1861, 1862, 1864, 1868, 1872 (digitized) (Box) B5
Collectors Roll 1877 (digitized) B5
Collectors Roll 1886 (digitized) B5
Collectors Roll 1888 (digitized) B5
Collectors Roll 1906 B5
Collectors Roll 1907 B5
Collectors Roll 1911 - 1937 B6
Collectors Roll 1938 - 1950 B7
Collectors Roll 1951 - 1962 B8
Assessment & Collectors Roll 1962/63 B9
Assessment & Collectors Roll 1963/64 B9
Non Resident Collectors Roll 1891 - 1904 (Box) (digitized for viewing) B9
Legislative Assembly Assessment Roll 1944 B7
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Administrative Files Sub-Series 1.3
The Administrative Files Sub-Series includes correspondence, various municipal returns, agreements between the Township and other parties including the Ontario Hydro-Electric Commission, cemetery records etc.
Box 1: B12
County Rate Levies/ Trustees Levies. -- 1870-1906.
Petitions to Council, Various Issues. -- 1850-1944.
Watercourses and Ditches Act, Awards, Appeals, Agreements. -- 1876-1928.
Assessors Notices and Appeals. -- 1886-1942.
Surety Bond Returns. -- 1938-1951.
Municipal Returns, Debts. -- 1877-1919.
Municipal Returns, Statistics from Assessed Values and Taxation. -- 1891-1934.
Return of Assessment Officers. -- 1935-1952.
Application for Municipal Subsidy. -- 1939-1948.
Municipal Returns, Statistics from the Assessment Rolls. -- 1912-1934.
Municipal Returns, Statistics from the Collection Rolls. -- 1890-1904.
McNab Township, Ontario Hydro Electric Commission. -- 1937-1957.
County Treasurer, Re: Arrears of Taxes. -- 1877-1937.
Various Agreements, McNab and Other Parties. -- 1909-1946.
McNab Bridges: Burnstown 1899, 1913
McNab Bridges: Dochart Creek 1909, 1942
McNab Bridges: Cameron Bridge 1940
McNab Bridges: McGregor Bridge 1941
McNab Bridges: Clay Bank Bridge 1897, 1904
McNab Bridges: Bridge over Gully between Lots 9 and 10 on 10th
Concession McNab Township 1944
McNab Bridges: White Lake Creek at Paris' Mill 1890
McNab Bridges: Stewartville 1909
NB. See blueprints of bridges listed in miscellaneous series below
Miscellaneous Correspondence. -- 1897-1950 (with gaps)
Arnprior and McNab Schools, Taxes, etc. -- 1880-1925; 1947-1964.
Box 2: B12 Collectors Bonds. -- 1868-1933.
Treasurers Bonds. -- 1880-1911.
Engineers Survey Reports, Declarations of Ownership. -- 1844-1900.
Board of Health, McNab, Annual Reports of Medical Officers. --1885-1930.
Declarations of Office and Qualifications for Council Positions. -- 1888-1911.
Fenceviewers Awards. -- 1900-1944.
McNab Township Council Motions. -- 14 January 1907.
Burial Permits and Cemetery Returns. -- 1923; 1925; 1945.
Legal Cases and Judgments, McNab Township and Other Parties. -- 1897-1949 [predominant 1947]
Waba Creek Bridge, Lot 2, Concession 5. -- 1915; 1939.
Expenditures -- 1902.
Miscellaneous Insurance Certificates & Policies 1895 - 1951
Voters’ lists. -- 1942-1945; 1947-1950; 1952-1959; 1963; 1968; 1976; 1978; 1980; 1982. -- 22 volumes.
Box 3 B12.3
Annexation 1955/56
Audit 1965 - 1968
Audit 1969 - 1971
Drainage (Tile Drainage, municipal drains, by-laws) [1950 - 1961]
Administrative (General) [1968-1971] (appointments, Provincial letters)
Legislative (Declarations of Office etc.) [1963-1970]
Air Management Branch, Dept. of Energy & Resources Management [1970]
Land Expropriation Board, Nov.26, 1970 (Press Release)
Tax Notice 1956 - 1980
Sales Tax, permit & license [1961 - 1980]
Banking (signing officers, trailer by law etc. [1973 - 1981]
Bancroft vs. Twp. (damage to property) [1971 - 1976]
McLaren vs. Twp. (injury claim) [1975 - 1979]
Boundaries, Village of Braeside, Polling Subdivisions, School Sections
(County Minutes June 1921) [1962 - 1965]
Polling Subdivisions etc [1916 - 1980]
Grants and Subsidies, Road Subsidy [1962 - 1979]
Liquid Waste, M. of Environment [1979]
Waste Certificate of Approval [1963 - 1980] also Inst. 51073
Agriculture & Food Notices [1972 - 1973]
A.R.D.A. [1966 - 1970]
Lotteries [1970 - 1983]
Fence Viewers Awards [1966 - 1969]
Public Parks, Ramp, Dam Site [1959 - 1972] also Inst. 61274
White Lake Park [1965 - 1968]
Public Beach, Sandy Hook, [1960 - 1966]
Sand Point Wharf Approach / Jane Street ownership [1958 - 1970]
Municipal Employees Retirement System [1962]
Renfrew Victoria Hospital [1961 - 1980] also motion re A.D.H.S 1962.
Arnprior Hospital [1968 - 1980]
Ottawa River Shore Debris [ 1967]
Historical Plaques [1966]
V.O.N. [1963 - 1980]
Box 4 Box Closed B11.4
Cash Disbursements [1952 ]
Monthly Tax Collections [ 1962 ]
Receipt Book July 1965 - Dec. 1967
Outstanding Accounts, trailer license fees, sale of culverts, calcium etc. [1962- 1969 ]
Tax Arrears [1966 - 1969 ] (Receipts)
Tax Arrears starting March 12 1970 to Dec. 31 1971 (Receipts)
Record General Income starting Jan. 4 1968 to Dec. 31 1971
1973 Receipts (tax arrears) 1st. half of book
1973 General Receipts 2nd. half of book
1974 - Arrears of Taxes ( Receipts)
1975 General Receipts
1975 Record of Arrears of Taxes
1976 Record of Arrears of Taxes, General Receipts, Bank Payments
1974 Tax Payments (Current taxes)
1975 Tax Payments
1976 Tax Payments
Tax Arrears 1960 - 1971 (12 books)
Box 5 B17.3
Folder #1
Default List 1887, 1903, 1907, 1910.
Occupied return 1907, [1909]
Collector’s Account - Unpaid taxes 1940.
Non - Resident Collector’s Roll 1888, 1889, 1890, 1891
Settlement of account of non - resident lands 1928.
Statements of lands sold or patended by order of Dept.
of Lands, Forests, and Mines 1916, 1920, 1921, 1924.
Folder #2
1.Notice: re work on a watercourse, lot 5, con.6, 1899
2.Writ from High Court re Elizabeth Hutson 1907.
3.Order re Braeside CP station 1920.
4.Letters, petition re CP station in Sand Point 1921.
5.Motion allowing rebuilding Dominion Explosives, un-
dated.
6.Agreement with Province on direct relief, 1932.
7.Letters, petition re White Lake street lights, 1948.
8.Fence viewers’ award, lot 24, con3, 1949.
9.Arbitrator’s award re ss #16, 1951.
Folder #3
Cameron’s Bridge, con 12.
Folder #4
Statements of Account by tax collectors 1882 - 1903.
Folder #5
Schedule of Jurors 1896, 1897, 1907, 1910.
Folder #6
Teacher’s report of school absentees, 1942.
Folder #7
Poll Tax , 1930.
By - law 234.
Correspondence
List of refuse to pay.
Folder #8
Nominations for Council, 1946.
Election results re: House of Industry, 1942.
Folder #10
Assessment appeals, 1902 - 1949.
Folder #11
School levies, 1939. Organization circular.
Grants & levies, 1947, 1948.
Report of school moneys, 1949, 1950.
Folder #12
Bell Canada, Assessment & taxes, 1915, 1931.
Folder #13
McNab township tax rates, 1933 - 1951.
Folder #14
Lands sold for taxes 1886 to 1952, incomplete.
Folder #15
Packet of Bank Receipts.
Folder #16
Twp of McNab, Arnprior Branch, financial position,
1933.
McNab twp, subsidy application, 1937.
P.A.Higginson & A.A.McLean letters re:assessment of farm property, 1941.
Cty of Renfrew letter to A.A.Murphy, clerk, twp of
McNab, re: land patent of lot W 1/2 11, con 1.
Box 6 B8.3
Township of McNab Zoning Documents:
Zoning By-Law No. 99-18. Apr. 27, 1999 and Consolidated Sept 23 2002
Zoning By-Law, Apr. 1988, Rev. May, 1988
Zoning By-Law, Apr. 1988, Rev.May, 1988,
Aug. 1988, Sep.1988.
Zoning By-Law No. 85-06.
Official Plan for the Township of McNab, 1998.
Road Management Program, Oct.1987.
Official Plan for the Township of McNab, 1986.
Box 7
McNab Financial Statements: 1891 - 1965 with gaps B8.4
Financial Statement Dec.31,1891 (printed).
Abstract of Financial Statement Dec.31, 1897
(5 copies)
Financial Statement Dec. 31, 1903 (handwritten)
Financial Statement Dec. 31, 1904 (printed)
Financial Statement“ “ Dec. 31, 1905 (handwritten)
Financial Statement Dec. 31, 1906
Financial Statement (printed)
Financial Statement Dec. 31, 1911
Financial Statement Dec. 31, 1912 (3 copies)
Financial Statement Dec. 31, 1913
Financial Statement Dec. 31, 1914
Financial Statement Financial Statement Nov. 15, 1948 (2 copies)
Financial Statement Nov. 15, 1949
Financial Statement Oct. 31, 1953 (2 copies)
Financial Statement Oct. 31, 1954
Financial Statement Financial Reports 1965,1984,1986,1987, 1997
Record of Conveyances (1 vol.) 1946 - 1962 B17.3
Cash and account ledger 1898 - 1908 B10
Road accounts book 1900 - 1902 B10
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Miscellaneous Files Sub-Series 1.4
Horton - McNab Telephone Association Account Book 1909-1 B11
Horton - McNab Telephone Association Account Book 1914-1933
Horton - McNab Telephone Association Account Book 1918-1928
Horton - McNab Telephone Association Minute Book 1914-1927
Horton - McNab Telephone Association Minute Book 1967-1976
McNab Township School No. 4 Expenditures 1896-1927
McNab Township School No. 4 Expenditures 1928-1964
Minutes of School Section #4 1912-1948
Birth, Marriage and Death Register 1896-1901 (Open)
Birth, Marriage and Death Register 1901-1907 (Open)
McNab Population Census, 1963 to 1964 (1 volume). B6.4
Also one page: Ontario Hydro Colony - Stewartville, 1963, lists names, occupations,ages.
Also 2 pages: Canadian Civil Defense College,
1964, lists names, occupations, birth dates.
McNab Population Census, 1965 to 1966 (1 volume). B6.4
1961 gas line map B9
McNab School Census Books: B16.4
Census of children between ages of 8 & 14,
1909 (?), 1910, 1913, 1915, 1916, 1917, 1918, 1919, 1920, 1921, 1922.
Census of children between ages of 4 & 18,
1923, 1924, 1925, 1926, 1927, 1928, 1929, 1930,
1931, 1933, 1934, 1935, 1936, 1937, 1938, 1939,
1940, 1941, 1942, 1943, 1944 (2), 1945, 1946,
1947, 1948, 1949.
Maps Map Cabinet #1 Drawer 19
Blueprints: Map Cabinet #1, Drawer 18
1) Contained in one folder
Concrete culvert Lot 4, Con. 9 & 10
Concrete culvert Lot 10, Con. 9 & 10
Concrete culvert Lot 22, Con. 8 & 9
2) Stewartville Bridge Madawaska River 1910
3) Contained in one folder
Dochart Creek Bridge 1909
5 detailed drawings
4) Cameron Bridge Lot 13, Con. 12, 1939
5) Dochart Creek Bridge, 1942
Lot 14, between Con. 11 & 12 - 2 drawings
6) McGregor Bridge 1941
Lot 26, Con. 9, - 2 drawings
7) Map showing proposed route of 33,000 volt transmission line of
M. J. O’Brien Ltd.
8)Map showing proposed C. N. spur line to Arnprior Airport,
Twp. McNab, 1941
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Braeside Village Series 2
The Village of Braeside records are listed according to the box contents received in 1999. They will later be listed according to four sub-series:
1. Council Bylaws and Minutes
2. Assessment and Collection Rolls
3. Administrative Files
4. Miscellaneous Records
B8.3
Township of McNab
Financial Reports 1984,1986,1987
Zoning By-Law No. 99-18. Apr. 27, 1999.
Aug. 1988, Sep.1988.
B13.1 - B13.2
Braeside Collector’s Rolls
Volume:
1922
1924
1928
1936, 1937
1938
1940
1942, 1943, 1944
1945
1949, 1950, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1954, 1955
B14.1 - B14.2
Braeside Assessment Rolls
1922, 1923
1926, 1927
1929
1930, 1931
1932
1933, 1934
1935, 1936
Braeside Assessment Rolls (cont’d)
1937, 1938, 1939, 1940, 1941, 1942, 1943
1944, 1945, 1946
1947, 1948, 1949
1950, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1954
1955 - 1960
B15.1
Braeside Combined Assessment and Collector’s Rolls
1964 (for tax year 1965)
1965 (for 1966)
1966 (for 1967)
1967 (for 1968)
1968 (for 1969)
1969 (for 1970)
1981, 1982 & 1983
1985 (Tax Bills)
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
B15.3
Abstract of Financial Statement Dec.31, 1897(5 copies)
Financial Statement Dec. 31, 1904 (printed)
Financial Statement Dec. 31, 1905 (handwritten)
Financial Statement Dec. 31, 1906 (handwritten)
Financial Statement Dec. 31, 1906 (printed)
Financial Statement Dec. 31, 1911 (printed)
Financial Statement Dec. 31, 1912 (printed),3 Copies
Financial Statement Dec. 31, 1913 (printed)
Financial Statement Dec. 31, 1914 (printed)
Financial Statement Nov. 15, 1948 (2 copies)
Financial Statement Nov. 15, 1949
Financial Statement Oct. 31, 1954 (2 copies)
Plan of Stewartville Development, 1945
Braeside - misc. letters & tax arrear lists 1970-1975
Braeside - taxes, sec. 496, 1983
Braeside - tax arrears, 1982
Folder #5
Braeside - tax arrears, 1983
Folder #6
Braeside - tax arrears, 1984
Folder #7
Braeside - tax arrears, 1985
Folder #8
Braeside - tax arrears, 1986
Folder #9
Braeside - tax arrears, 1987
Folder #10
Braeside - tax arrears, 1988
Folder #11
Braeside - tax arrears register (unbound), 1959 -1967
Braeside - tax arrears register (unbound), 1982
Braeside - tax arrears register (unbound), 1985
B15.3 (cont’d)
Braeside - tax certificates, 1986
Braeside - tax sales, misc. info.
McNab Twp.,misc.insurance certificates & policies
1895 - 1951
B15.4
Braeside Population Census, 1953 to 1964 with gaps.
(volume)
McNab Population Census, 1963 to 1964 (volume).
Also one page: Ontario Hydro Colony - Stewartville, 1963, lists names, occupations, ages. Restricted - Do Not Open
Also 2 pages: Canadian Civil Defense College, 1964, lists names, occupations, birth dates. Restricted - Do Not Open.
McNab Population Census, 1965 to 1966 (volume).
B16.1
Braeside, General Cash Book, 1967 to 1982 (volume).
B16.2
Braeside Recreation Association Record Book: Jan. 12, 1954 to Dec. 9, 1963.
Sales in the Township of McNab (land), 1930-1931
List of persons entitled to direct school taxes
1980, 1982, 1986.
Braeside Election papers 1982, 1988
Braeside Recreation Commission minute book 1954 - 1963
Braeside Recreation Commission, 1937 - 1946 (approx.):
bills, statements, misc. reports.
B16.3
Braeside Payroll Records 1970 - 1974 (5 volumes). Restricted- Do Not Open
Braeside Hydro Electric Commission/Utility:
Financial statements, 1982, 1984.
Ontario Hydro agreement, dissolution letter,
management bylaw, disbursements 1945 - 1982.
Braeside Hydro Electric Commission minute book, 1959 to 1966.
Braeside Hydro Electric Utility minute book, 1953 to 1984.
B16.4 (temporary non-archival box)
McNab School Census Books:
[1909], 1910, 1913, 1915, 1916, 1917, 1918, 1919, 1920, 1921, 1922.
1940, 1941, 1942, 1943, 1944 (2), 1945, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949.
B16.5
Birth, Marriage, & Death Index 1949 to 1957. (Sealed) Restricted - Do Not Open
B17.1
General Ledger (2 Volumes), 1945 to 1954 (approx.),
1944 to 1965 (approx.)
Village of Braeside, Financial Statement 1987, 1997
Payroll Register, 1961, 1962, 1963, and Recapitulation
of Assessment Roll 1962.
B17.2 (temporary box)
Miscellaneous Tax Documents
Unbound Volume: Arrears of Taxes 1954 - 1967
(approx.), 1980 (loose pages), 1985 (loose pages)
Unbound Cheque Register: 1965, 1966.
Vendors License Book (taxi licenses) 1956 to 1960.
B17.3 (wrapped)
1944 Legislative Franchise Assessment Roll for
Burnstown, Glasgow, White Lake, Renfrew RR1, and
Mansfield.
Township of McNab Record of Conveyance (land) 1946 to
1970.
B17.3 (Large box, temporary)
Occupied return 1907, 1909 ?
Statements of lands sold or patended by order of Dept. of Lands, Forests, and Mines 1916, 1920, 1921, 1924.
8.Fence viewers’ award, lot 24, con 3, 1949.
9.Arbitrator’s award re: S.S. #16, 1951.
Cameron’s Bridge, Concession 12.
By - laws 517 & 901.
Twp of McNab, municipal council meeting, resolutions,
1905.
Braeside assessment motion, 1914.
P.A.Higginson & A.A.McLean letters re:assessment of farm property, 1941.
McNab,re: land patent of lot W 1/2 11, Con 1.
B18.1
Minute Books: Village of Braeside Council Meetings
Volume: Jan.1983 to Jun.13,1984
July 3,1984 to Dec.1985
Jan.1986 to Dec.1986
Jan.1987 to Dec.1987
Jan.1988 to Dec.1988
Jan.1989 to Dec.1989
Jan.1990 to Dec.1990
B18.2
Volume: Jan.9,1922 to Dec.15,1936
Jan.1937 to Mar.1959
May 1959 to Dec.1962
Jan.1963 to Dec.15,1966
Jan.1967 to Mar.1973
Apr. 1973 to Jun.1979
July 1979 to Dec.1982
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Township of McNab/Braeside Series 3
Records belonging to this series have not yet been transferred from the Township office.
Access Restriction
Records of Births, Marriages and Deaths are restricted for 104, 80 and 70 years respectively. All records are subject to the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.
Accruals
Further accruals are expected.
Related Material
See also the Louise Matiece-Richardson Collection #94-0025 for bylaws that are not included in this fonds.
Researchers may also wish to examine the land records relating to transactions within the township of McNab which are held in the Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives. Separate abstract indexes were produced for the areas of Sand Point, Mansfield, Dochert and Braeside. The records of various Women’s Institutes such as Burnstown, Clay Bank, White Lake and Braeside should also be consulted particularly for details of social and farm history of the area. See also Accession No. 1993 0014 McNab Township Heritage and Museum Committee.
See also Dochert Creek Park master plan Accession No. 2005-0182
See also Mary Campbell fonds for the 1870 Township of McNab Assessment Roll. 2019-0395
Accession No.
1993-0004
1993-0014
2008-0234
Less detail
Date
1914 - 1994
Collection/Fonds
Goshen Women’s Institute fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
2 boxes of textual and photographic records; 65 cm
Date
1914 - 1994
Format
photographic
textual records
Collection/Fonds
Goshen Women’s Institute fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
2 boxes of textual and photographic records; 65 cm
Conservation
adhesive photo albums
History / Biography
Goshen Women’s Institute, a branch in Renfrew South District, was organized on September 17, 1914 by Mrs. Stringer of Burnstown, and Miss McLachlin of White Lake. Meetings took place in members homes until the branch purchased a small log building from the Sons of Temperance to use as their meeting hall in 1925. Goshen W.I. supported the community through its volunteer work and donations to local clubs and organizations including the Renfrew Victoria Hospital. The branch disbanded April 25 1994 following a motion at the Annual Meeting of the Branch April 5 1994.
Acquisition Source
In May 1999, Betty Comba, President of Renfrew South District W.I.at the time, donated financial documents (1989-1994) and the Provincial Handbook of Rules and Regulations.
In the fall of 2010, Gloria Hamilton, Tweedsmuir Co-ordinator of the District, brought in the last two minute books and two Tweedsmuir History binders. They were at the home of Sally Cook of Goshen, the last president of the branch.
In September 2010, Eva Yantha, the last secretary of Goshen W.I., donated 13 minute books dating from 1914, two Tweedsmuir History binders with some miscellaneous items, 3 items appreciating Amelia Yantha (life membership, acknowledgement, and plaque), District Golden Jubilee book, a few "Federated News" and "Home & Country" magazines, and miscellaneous information.
Scope and Content
The collection consists of four series; Minute Books, Tweedsmuir Histories, Financial Records and Miscellaneous Material.
Series 1) Minute Books: Box I 10.1
This Series contains a complete set of 14 bound minute books from November 11, 1914 to April 25, 1994. It also includes the roll of members. The last meeting of the Goshen W.I. took place at the home of Glennis Hartwick. It was decided that remaining funds of the Institute be given to Delmer McCallum for the Goshen Cemetery which the W.I. had supported throughout the years.
Series 2) Tweedsmuir History Books: Box I 10.2
This Series contains four books covering activities and community history from 1914 to 1994
Volumes 1 & 2 were compiled by Sally Cook, with pictures and information obtained from Goshen W.I. members. Volumes 3 & 4 were compiled by Eva Yantha.
Tweedmuir History Volume No. 1:
- organization of Goshen W.I. in 1914
- early history of "Goshen Corners" written in 1959 by Minnie Carswell Peever
- photo of Goshen Hall, 1929
- photo of Goshen Cemetery
- photo of Goshen General Store (looks to be remains after a fire)
- 1896 newspaper article on death of 26 year old Miss Ellen Millar
- short old newspaper article on pickets at Goshen Cemetery
- history of Goshen School
- photos of early 1900s Goshen Sewing Club and picnic gathering
- 1917 Goshen Basketball Team (no picture any longer) - names: Elsie McGregor, Jean Stewart, Edna McLaren, Irene McGregor, Mary Alice Miller, Annie McGregor, Beatrice Burton, Lily McMillan
- early 1900 photo of Goshen WI members at home of Wm. Durbrows (present home of Mary McNee), with members named - McGregor, Chown, Durbrow, Miller, Lindsay, McIntosh, McNulty, Scott, Simpson, Harding, Stewart, McArthur, McLaren, Carswell
- 1916 photo of Goshen WI members, with members named - similar names as above with the addition of Simpson, and Peever.
- 1921 Lawn Social at Goshen - newspaper clipping, including photo, with some members named, including Kerr, McGregor, Miller, McMillan, Durbrown, McNab, McNulty, Harding, Stewart, Dickson, McLaren, Burwell, Peever.
- newspaper clipping of photo of Mrs. J.T. Miller, District Secretary
- poem in memory of Mrs. David Carswell, Sr., dated 1899 from Manitou
- list of Goshen WI Presidents and Secretary-Treasurers from 1914-1970. - McLaren, Miller, Lindsay, Peever, McGregor, Jamieson, Barr, McLaren, Seely, Hanneman, McCallum, Roffey, Airth, Copola, Simpson, Harding, McDermid, and Burton
- Mrs. John E. Miller, first from Renfrew South District to be elected to FWIO Provincial Board (1932-1934)
- List of Chartered Members (copy of original list on subsequent page) - McLaren, Scharfe, Harding, Miller, Carswell, McGregor, Kerr, Simpson, Harding, Stewart, Durbrow.
- newspaper clipping - WI making improvements to Goshen Cemetery
- short explanation on early settlement and how Goshen gots its name - Families mentioned are Campbell, McDermid, McMullen, Miller, Airth, McInnes.
- short explanation of CNR Railroad. Names mentioned are Booth, Carswell, Miller, Wright
- minutes of first meeting in 1914
- Edna Dewar honoured by friends of Institutes
- 1957 - Renfrew Fair display
- photo of ladies at Garden Picnic at Mrs J.E. Miller's home in Goshen
- newspaper clipping and photo of Goshen members for 50 years - Della Barr, Mrs. J.E. Miller, Mrs. Harvey Jamieson, Mrs. Ellen Phillips, Mrs W.T. Roffie, Mrs. Wesley Miller
- photo of Goshen W.I. Band, members named - Mrs. John E. Miller, Mrs. Lizzie Miller, Mrs. Mary Seely, Mrs. Stewart McLaren.(note: this was a well-known band that attended many events)
- newspaper clipping and photo of early 1900 Renfrew Achievement Day for 4-H homemaking clubs - more than 150 girls
- 1940 photos - old time costumes at WI meeting
- 1942 photo of District Annual at Combermere
- 1934 photo of Speaker's Meeting - about 25 ladies
- 1948 and 1949 newspaper clippings of Goshen WI meetings
- 3 b&W photos of groups of ladies: one says 1939 meeting at Mrs. John McCallums
- 1944 and 1950 photos of Renfrew Fair displays
- photos of cairn to commemmorate Canaan Church
- newspaper clipping of plaque in Stewartville in memory of first McNab Hall
- newspaper photo of Dr. Charlotte Whitton and Mrs. Arnold Cardiff.
- 4 mini b&w photos in 1914 and 1915 of Homestead of Mr. & Mrs. Malcolm McLaren - also a photo of girl, Margaret Robertson-Powell - info presented by daughter, Edna Dewar.
- newspaper photo of Mrs Crawford Dewar
- 1924 photo of local Goshen girls who entered nursing - Betty Cook Tschanen, Orphia Robertson Stewart, Isabel Laventure Alreins, Jean Laventure Coppola, Norma Jameison.
- 1919 photo of farming - discing with horses
- 1919 photo of haying - horse drawn wagon and man pitching on hay
- newspaper clipping of Goshen WI 40th anniversary - photo of District and Branch exec.
- newspaper clipping of Goshen WI 50th anniversary - photo of cutting cake with names and description of event
- newspaper clipping of Goshen WI 60th anniversary
- 2 newspaper photos of Goshen WI Band - 1957 and 1974 - starrted in 1957 - members are named
- short history of Horton Township and schools SS#2 and SS#5
- b&w photo of school, with students named - Laventure, McLaren, Scharff, Carswell, Mayhew, Nesbitt, McGregor, Kerr, Miller
- obituary and photo of Mrs. Mary Mabel McArthur, (nee Miller)
- obituary of Mrs. Ester Martha Cook (nee Wieland), and a clipping of a meeting held at her home.
- photos and newspaper clippings of the 100th birthday of Andrew Cook in 1980. Photo with Frank Russett and Paul Yakabuski
- obituary of Andrew Cook
- History of Cook Homestead, including 1980 photo and early photos (house, pigs, old log stable and work horses).
- Goshen Flea Market - with coloured photo
- photo of Jim Simpson
- History of McCallum farm; photo of D.J. McCallum
- obituaries and photo of Lila Mae McCallum (nee Hunt) and John James McCallum
- newspaper photo of 50th anniversary of Mr. & Mrs. J. E. Miller
- photo and clipping of Mrs. J. E. Miller
- Goshen WI 55th Anniversary Tea - 1969 - photo with names
- 4 coloured photos of Goshen WI celebration of FWIO 75th anniversary - named - Young, McDermid, Burton, Yantha, McArthur, Jamieson, McCallum, Cook, McNee, Dewar, Poirier
- 2 coloured photos - one with Mrs. Howina Roffey celebrating 95th birthday
- 1980 - newspaper photo of display of wool at Combermere.
- photos of South Renfrew WI Tea at Burnstown
- 90th birthday celebration and obituary of Martha Jamieson (nee Phillips)
- home, life, and obituary of Mary McNee, with some photos
- 50th anniversary of Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Burton (nee Laventure) - with coloured photo
- coloured photos, including 3 life members, Mrs. Barr, Mrs. Jamieson, Mrs. Burton.
- 1982-1983 WI Programs
- obituary of J. Eric Campbell and 1982 photo of his farm
- deceased members - some photos, and obituary of Hughena Roffey (nee Bromley)
- 1983-1984 WI Programs
- 1983 - WI Tea at Burnstown honouring Mrs. Vera Bedore, an Area President, photo of past presidents and secretaries of district
- obituary of Elizabeth Miller (nee Harding)
- article on Renfrew South District and the 1983 Tea at Burnstown
- 3 photos of 1983 Goshen WI meeting - named - Seely, Burton, Cook, Purdie, Coppela, Dewar, Yantha, McCallum, Wallace, Young, Smith
- 1984 list of Goshen Executive
- 1985 Curator's report
- 2 photos of Una McCallum receiving life membership
- 3 photos of 1984 Goshen WI members, presenting Joyce Brydges with farewell gift as she moved to Toronto - names - Brydges, Yantha, Coppola, McCannum, Cook, Burton, Dewar, Purdie
- 2 photos of Edna Dewar presenting life memberships to Amelia Yantha and Una McCallum
- newspaper clipping of life and death of Ruby Miller (nee Pottinger)
- photo of unidentified baby wearing christening gown mentioned in the letter below
- Letter about life of Ruby (Pottinger) Miller and the Pottinger family, and the use of the christening robe for so many christenings. The following 5 photocopies might be items referenced in letter
- photocopy of photo of Ruby (Pottinger) Miller and grandkids written by family member Eileen.
-photocopy of 1912 Inspection Card for Immigration Officer for R. Pottinger at Port of Quebec
-photocopy of Ruby Pottinger's baptism
-photocopy of photo in London - perhaps Ruby Pottinger
-photocopy of 1926 first 'conference" with Mercury Correspondents - with Ruby Miller's signature.
-folder of loose items found in Volume 1:
1. Envelope with 1985 Assessment Notice for Goshen WI property (Horton Conc 4 Lot 1)
2. 1981 bill of sale of Goshen Hall (log building only) for $1000 to Willis Berndt from Goshen W.I.
3. Photo of Amelia Yantha, May 1986, receiving a certificate of appreciation and certificate
4. Postcard of Adelaide Hunter Hoodless Homestead
5. Letter re: 1985 donation to Cairn with Ladies Auxiliary of Ontario Association of Fire Chiefs on front of card
6. Letter from Lieutenant-Governor's Office describing Pauline McGibbon's background
Tweedmuir History Volume No. 2:
- life membership pin of Mrs. Martha Jamieson, donated by Shirley Shaw.
- 1914 photo of founding members of Goshen WI.
- newspaper article on Goshen railway station
- newspaper photo of 1964 Goshen WI's Ruby Miller's 50th anniversay tea, with names
- newspaper photo of Goshen country store and post office
- newspaper photo of Goshen WI orchestra
- 1985-1986 list of executives
- 1985 - 70th anniversary - erection of Cairn at Goshen, photo of ladies, - Cook, Purdie, Capolla, Burton, Dewar, Brydges, McCallum, Yantha, Seely; many other photos
- coloured photo of Ruby Miller, Martha Jamieson, and Della Barr (sister to Martha) at Martha's 90th birthday.
- 1986 curator's report, including noting death of Jennie Purdie on Oct. 4, 1986.
- 1986 executive and activities, noting death of Glenn Burton
- History of Seeley farm and the Seeley family - including photos of family through years and log house and barn
- presentation of plaque by Mary Seeley to Amelia Yantha for her many years of service to Goshen W.I. in 1988
- 5 photos of May meeting - names - Dewar, Carmicheal, McCallum, Cook, Jamieson, Burton, Coppola
- obituary and tribute to Jennie Bremner Purdie (nee Martin), with photos
- 1986 Renfrew Fair display
- 1987 executive and activities
- 2 photos of WI Christmas Dinner meeting with names
- 3 photos of WI meeting with identification
- obituary and 80th photo J.G. (Jean) Laventure Coppola
- old newspaper clipping of 'News of Goshen'
- Life membership card of Mrs. Harvey Jamieson (Martha)
- 1938-1939 Goshen WI program book
- 1967 meeting clipping
- 1988 curator's report
- 1988 executive and activities, noting death of Effie Robertson
- List of new members in 1988 - Eva Yantha, Shirley Kluke, Dorothy Schultz, Mary Hass, Glenda Hartwick, and Charlotte Pharand.
- 2 photos of Amelia Yantha honoured for many years as Secretary - names Yantha, Dewar, Shaw, McCallum, Hartwick
- photo of Easter Bonnett meeting - names - Pharand, Seely , Yantha, Kluke, McCallum, Shaw, Cook
- photo of Goshen attendees at 1988 Area Rally in Kemptville - names - Cook, Dewar, Hass, Yantha, Shaw
- 1988 Fair Display - names - Shaw, Yantha, Cook
- 1989 Tweedsmuir Report, noting death of Lulu McDermid, Amelia and Paul Yantha's 75th anniversary.
- 1989 Renfrew Fair Display
- catering to Eddy Roffey's Auction sale.
- obituary of Miss Theresa McLaren
- thank you letter from Renfrew Hospital for $1,000 donation plus newspaper clipping with photo
- Horton Twp agreeing to cut grass around Cairn
- newspaper clipping with photo of Kathleen Burton
- newspaper clipping with photo of Stewart Robertson starting new milk distributing business
- 1990 list of activities and executive, including death of Shirley Shaw, James Robertson, and Jessie Fraser (Miller), and removal of CNR Railroad
- tribute and photo of Shirley Shaw
- appreciation and photos of McCallum family (John and Delmer) delivering mail for R.R.# 1 Renfrew.
- newspaper clipping of WI meeting held at Hartwick, originally the John Campbell farm
- meeting photos - names - McGregor, Campbell, Schultz, Yantha, Cook, Hass, McCallum, Dewar
- WI supporting McNab Twp emergency planning
- Profiles of 2 new members in 1990, Gwen McCallum and Betty Miller
- clippings of WI meetings
- Renfrew Fair display
- 1990 letter requesting land owners to provide info for Tweedsmuir books
- 1991 list of activites and executive, including death of Christina Cardiff
- short story on trip to District Annual in Combermere and ladies getting sick on back of bus.
- Edna Dewar honoured for 50 years in WI
- 1991 fair display - best display - names Gwen McCallum and Eve Yantha
- meeting reports
- obituary of Chrisena Cardiff
- 2 photos of meetings - names - Yantha, Seely, McCallum, Yantha, Miller, Cook, Pharand
- photo of bake sale - names - Schultz, Cook, Yantha, Miller
- petition for more policing on our highways - due to number of tragic accidents
- thank you letter from 4-H club for displaying Tweedsmuir books
- 1991 District Annual program and Goshen WI programs for year.
- 1992 list of activities and executive, including death of Kathleen Burton, new member Brenda Code, and Trans-Canada Pipelines installing lines.
- details of February meeting at home of Betty Miller
- newspaper photo from 1930 showing John McCallum showing team of horses to wife, Lyla
- photos and info Trans-Canada Pipeline in Goshen
- photo and obituary of Kathleen Burton
- photo of Jean McGregor for 80th birthday
- photos of preparing Renfrew Fair display
- obituary of Clara Gillan
- 1946 life membership of Mrs. Harvey Jamieson
- article on Goshen settlement, with photo of Goshen Station being mored to Morris Miller's farm
- 1964 photo of Goshen WI members - named - McArthur, Rogers (Area Pres), McNee, Roffey, Miller, McCallum, Young (Area Sec-Treas), Seeley, Phillips, Best, Yantha, Dewar, Barr, and McDermid
- Christmas supper in 1992 - names - Dewar, Seely, Miller, McCallum, Yantha, Hartwick, Yantha
- 1993 executive and activities - including new member Betty Mosseau.
- 1993 Area Convention program - at Renfrew
- photo of 1993 Renfrew Fair Display
- photos at meetings - named
- 1994 list of officers
- letter announcing intention of branch to disband.
- Institute Prayer
- newspaper article on Goshen WI disbanding, including the cairn and ladies at last meeting - names - Hass, Yantha, Schultz, Seeley, Hartwick, Miller, Yantha, Mousseau, Cook
- newspaper photos of damaged barns from strong winds
- invitation of Goshen Millenieum Garden Plant Day - May 22, 2000
- information on plaque for Goshen cairn
- 1958-1959 South Renfrew District Program book of Programmes
- 1947 Home & Country Newspaper (50 yr anniv)
- photos of Renfrew Fair displays
- Tweedsmuir History Report 1990
- pocket of a variety of newspaper clippings,photos, and miscellaneous items including obituaries of Una McCallum and Jennie Purdie
Tweedmuir History Volume 3: Cover has WI pin attached
- program for July 27 1985 unveiling of Cairn erected in Goshen by Goshen W.I.
- B&W and colour photographs of Goshen WI members, VIP's and guests at unveiling ceremony
- undated clipping regarding 70 year history of Goshen WI with copy of photo of original members (see volume 1)
- Renfrew Advance newspaper clipping dated July 8 1970 with accompanying photo of 50 year Goshen WI members celebrating this milestone.
- Renfrew Advance newspaper clipping dated Aug 27 1964 marking Goshen WI 50th anniversary
- 50th Anniversary Tea members and photograph
- copy of photograph of Goshen WI orchestra
- colour photo of stone house
- Fall 1957 article about Goshen WI orchestra
- 55th Anniversary Tea newspaper clipping held August 1969
- copies of Gates of Goshen Cemetery which were donated by Goshen W.I and hall purchased in 1925
- undated clipping of shower held for Amelia Yantha and Susan Little
- clippings of 75th anniversary celebrations for the branch from 1972
- article by Wanda Blimkie about Goshen's railway station
- Renfrew Mercury article about 55th Anniversary tea held in August1969
- clippings showing general store in Goshen and Goshen WI orchestra
- clipping and photo about 60th anniversary of Goshen WI featuring Miss Mary McNee
- clipping and photo about Appreciation Tea for past Presidents and Secretaries held July 27 1983 and hosted by Edna Dewar
- clipping from March 5 1989 on occassion of $1000.00 donation to Renfrew Victoria Hospital.
Tweedmuir History Volume 4:
- program for July 27 1985 unveiling of Cairn and plaque erected in Goshen by Goshen W.I.
- clippings from Renfrew Mercury covering unveiling of Cairn
- Goshen Station Serves Many - article about 70 year history of Goshen WI with photo of orchestra and general store (also appears in Volume 3)
- article by Wanda Blimkie about Goshen's railway station (also appears in Volume 3)
- various colour photographs of cairn and plaque unveiling ceremony
- "The Story of Goshen Plaque Unveiling" - transcribed audio recording of speeches made by VIP's and Goshen WI members at event.
- 50th Anniversary Tea members and photograph (also appears in Volume 3)
- colour photographs of Amelia Yantha and Una McCallum becoming WI Life Members 1984 (also covered in Volume 1)
Stored with Tweedsmuir Histories is a wooden plaque dedicated to Amelia Yantha to honour her 25 years as secretary-treasurer of Goshen W.I.
Series 3) Financial documents (1989-1994) Box I10.1
- Treasurer's Book: ledger containing Financial Statements, Receipts and Disbursements 1990-1994
- Notebook containing: Duties of Treasurer, correspondence and financial records 1984-1991 with gaps
- Notebook containing: Cash Receipts and Expenditures 1986-1990
Series 4): Miscellaneous Material Box I10.1
1. File of Amelia Yantha's notes on the organization of the Renfrew Fair Tea hosted by Renfrew South District (1977-1991); her reports on District Annuals, Area Conventions, and other events in the 1980s and 1990s; and other material including her 1984 Life Membership Certificate and
1991 FWIO membership card.
2. File of Amelia Yantha's correspondence and notes for Cairn and Historical Plaque project 1985.
3. File containing Eastern Ontario Area Convention Reports 1982-1983, 1983-1984, 1986-1987
4. File containing Federated Women's Institute of Ontario Handbook 1983, Federated Women's Institute of Ontario Handbook 1990, Federated Women's Institutes of Canada "For Home and Country" Information Packet containing Creed, Prayer, History etc. belonging to Amelia Yantha, Home and Country Winter 1972 (contains report for Renfrew Women's Institutes), Home and Country Summer 1972 (contains photo of Miss Susan Little, Renfrew Country Home Economist with leaders at a Leader's Training School).
5. File containing Miscellaneous Administrative Records
Notes
All 4 volumes of the Tweedsmuir Histories were digitized in 2018 and are available on the FWIO Virtual Archive.
Access Restriction
Tweedsmuir Books - please use digitized versions rather than originals. Searchable online through the FWIO Virtual Archives
Accruals
None expected
Related Material
See also: Golden Jubilee, A History of Renfrew South Women’s Institute, 1913-1963 in Reading Room.
Accession No.
1999-0120
Less detail
Date
1932 - 2002
Collection/Fonds
Arnprior Women’s Institute fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
60 cm textual records and photographs
coin collection
signs
Date
1932 - 2002
Format
textual records
photographic
Collection/Fonds
Arnprior Women’s Institute fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Reproduction Location
Digitized Tweedsmuir books in Common Folder
Physical Description
60 cm textual records and photographs
coin collection
signs
History / Biography
The Arnprior Women’s Institute is a branch within Renfrew South District. Their first meeting was in the Council Chambers on January 8, 1932; 12 members were present and paid a fee of 25 cents. Over the years Arnprior Women's Institute has supported such causes as St. John Ambulance, Canadian National Institute for the Blind, Victorian Order of Nurses, Arnprior Fair, Arnprior and District Memorial Hospital, Arnprior’s Grove, refugees, and donations to fire victims. The branch amalgamated in April 2002 with Stewartville to become the Arnprior-Stewartville Branch. That branch then disbanded in 2008, with remaining members joining the White Lake Branch.
Language
English
Acquisition Source
The majority of the items were donated by the Arnprior Women’s Institute Secretary, Mrs. Jean Sadler, in 1994. In June 2004, past president Aleta Greene donated a compilation of member histories which was done in 2000. In February 2011 Amy Neill (Renfrew South District WI Tweedsmuir Co-ordinator) donated two items concerning quilting at the Russell St. Apartments. These last two items were from Rhona Neumann.
Scope and Content
The fonds consists of three Series: Minutes & Financial Records, Tweedsmuir Histories and Miscellaneous Material:
Series 1: Minutes & Financial Statements H9.1
This Series contains 13 bound volumes of Minutes & Financial Records dating from 1932-2002
1. 1932-1937
2. 1937-1939
3. 1940-1943
4. 1944-1949
5. 1949-1953
6. 1953-1958
7. 1958-1962
8. 1962-1967
9. 1967-1971
10. 1971-1977
11. 1977-1981
12. 1981-1989
13. 1989-2002
14. Account book (1934-1938)
Series 2: Tweedsmuir Collection Top of Range H
This Series contains 7 volumes documenting the area circa 1915 - 2000. Most volumes contain information concerning the history and activities of the Arnprior Branch as well as the following:
Tweedsmuir History Volume 1
- Some families mentioned are Bell. Buchanon, Campbell, Craig, Cranston, Harrington, Havey, McGonigal, and Murphy
- Lists of members & deceased members up to 1965
- Lady Tweedsmuir visits Arnprior WI – full meeting described, including debate whether men should be taught domestic affairs (p.9)
- 1947 FWIO 50th anniv, with 12,000 members, with photos of attendees taking train (p.17)
- Letter from Harlton WI, England (exchange letters) (p.21)
- Photos of Mrs. S.G. Wilson & Mrs. A Bennett (p.26)
- Arnprior’s name and early history, including pioneer title deeds (p.30)
- Denis Macnamara day book (1874-1876) of his general store – provides list of names (p.32)
- Reminiscences of early days by W.J.Styles, former editor of Chronicle (p.35)
- 1949 Chronicle ‘Our Town’ describing early Arnprior and naming a number of people (p.41)
- 1950 ‘Ottawa Journal’ article talking about June 1869 ‘Neilson’s Weekly’ (p.45)
- Early Arnprior history from papers of Charles Macnamara, including McLachlin paying off Mrs. Arch. McNab, plus 1848 McLachlin and Vancourtland owing money in Bytown (p.47)
- Pioneer tour of Ottawa steamers and stages (p.49)
- 1909 Old Home Week description, including photos of attendees, banner (p.51)
- Old town hall – 3 stories (p.54)
- Extensive centennial activities in 1962, including wedding on a ferris wheel (p.55)
- c.1905 Loyal Orange Lodge (p.67)
- Photo of Frank Boese
- “MacLachlin Era”1967 Arnprior Guide article (p.71)
- Early Arnprior & McNab (p.74)
- 1889 County Council with R.G. Moles as warden from Arnprior (p.76)
- 1957 introduction of water meters (p.78)
- “Old Tank Hill” – where water tank was in 1901 (p.79)
- Unique housing project – 1968 (p.80)
- Visit Arnprior Scotland in Aug. 1967 (p.81)
- Details of Frances Murphy – life & death (p.83)
Tweedsmuir History Volume 2
- List of names on honour roll of wars (p.2)
- 1915 newspaper photo of 130th Battalion of Lanark & Renfrew Regiment with some names (p.4)
- 1958 & 1968 Chronicle reports on tribute paid to those died in 3 wars (p.5)
- 1969 article on opening of new library and museum with photos (p.9)
- Arnprior & District memorial Hospital history and number of newspaper photos (p.17)
- Victorian Order of nurses (p.31)
- Brothers William & Edward Beattie reminiscing – reunited after 50 years – some about significant fires as Bill Beattie was fire chief for many years – also includes his obituary (p.34)
- Retirement of Archie Bennett as mail carrier after 30 years (p.36)
- Retirement of Thomas James Cannon and his horse as mail carrier (p.38)
- W.J. Cardiff presented with 50 year pin from masons (p.39)
- John Findley and Dr. John S Findlay – short background and photo of each (p.40)
- Charles Gilmour history and photo (p.41)
- History of Mr. & Mrs. Stephen May, with photo (p.43)
- Honouring Mr. & Mrs. Alex Staye (p.44)
- Guide Joan McKay receives gold cord (p.45)
- Bill Murray invested as Queen’s scout (p.46)
- Tony Foulkes of England visiting Arnprior (p.47)
Tweedsmuir History Volume 3 (Schools)
- History of Arnprior Grammar School & High School. Includes reference to Dugald C. McNab and other principals, names of many early students, including Percival Cooney. There are photos including students, plus wokshop and home ec rooms. (p2)
- Walter Zadow Public School, some 1970 photos of students and early photos of students, with names (p.52)
- Alexander Reid School (p.63)
- Separate Schools (p.68)
Tweedsmuir History Volume 4 (Clubs, Societies, Businesses, Sports)
- History of Business and Professional Club (p.2)
- Chamber of Commerce (p.5)
- Curling Club (p.6)
- Senior Citizens Club (p.8)
- Knights of Columbus (p.12)
- Royal Canadian Legion (p.14)
- Arnprior Lions Club (p.16)
- Lions Boys’ Band (p.18)
- Oddfellow Lodge (IOOF) (p.19)
- Optimist Club (p.20)
- History of Mathewson and Mathewson Furniture (p.21)
- Manpower (Unemplyment commission) (p.22)
- Carleton Products Consultants Ltd (CPCL) (p.23)
- Canadian Public Booth – maker of phone booths, etc (p.25)
- Kenwood Mills / Huyck Canada, including World War 2 honour roll (p.27)
- Playtex (p.32)
- Skyrotors (p.37)
- Bank of Nova Scotia, including details of its fire, & Bank of Ottawa (p.40)
- Smiths Construction (p.47)
- Smith’s Dairy (p.48)
- Drugstore – Frank Frederick (p.49)
- Walker Stores (p.51)
- Dominion Store (p.52)
- Times Fibre Plant – Union Carbide (p.53)
- Sports, including many early sports and athletes – photo of Alerts Schoolboy team of 1916, first regatta, various photos (p.54)
- Picture of wharf (p.65)
- Fire Department, including photo of 1923 firemen and named (p.70)
Tweedsmuir History Volume 5 (Churches)
- Emmanuel Anglican Church (p.2)
- Calvary Baptist Church (p.6)
- Elgin Street Baptist Church (p.7)
- First Baptist Church (p.9)
- Congregation of Jehovah’s Witnesses (p.16)
- Lutheran Church (p.17)
- Wesleyan Methodist Church (p.21)
- Glad Tidings Pentecostal Church (p.22)
- St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church (p.25)
- St. John Chrysostom Roman Catholic church (p.32)
- St. Theresa’s Novitiate (Oblate Order) (p.39)
- Grace St. Andrew’s United Church (p.40)
- Article on the Salvation Army in Arnprior and the timber ear – by Charlotte Whitton (p.50)
Tweedsmuir History Volume 6 (Newspaper clippings primarily from mid 1980s to mid 1990s)
- 1988 Federated news magazine describing the conference (p.2)
- Erland lee Museum & Hoodless Homestead (p.27)
- Arnprior WI’s 25th anniversary in 1957 with photos (p.34)
- Arnprior WIs start & history with photos (p.37)
- Mr. & Mrs. Archie Bennett – 60th anniversary in 1978 (p.39)
- Arnprior WI’s 50th anniversary in 1982 with photos – lists recent Presidents & Sec-Treas. (p.40)
- Plaque at Burnstown for start of Renfrew south District (p.43)
- Arnprior WIs 10 year achievements around 1985 (p.45)
- Arnprior WI’s 1983/84 program (p.46)
- Summary of the WI (p.47)
- 1983 Appreciation Tea at Burnstown (p.50)
- Federal Study Centre & Canadian Civil Defence College (also known as Emergency Measures) (p.51)
- List of departed WI members since 1957 (p.52)
- 1986 photos of members – Anderson, MacDowell, Raddatz, Hutchison, Gardner, Campbell, Cameron, Symington, Greene (p.53)
- 1984 Tweedsmuir History Day at Calabogie with photos of quilts, etc (p.54)
- Lions Friendship Arch (p.57)
- Alex & Jean Symington 50th anniversary (p.58)
- Martha Grainger’s 90th birthday (p.58)
- Arnprior Reeves from 1863 to 1984 (p.59)
- 1985 Arnprior Fire Department (p.61)
- Measurement Engineering building / Sanitaris Building (p.62)
- Old brick Catholic Separate School (p.63)
- Old Elgin Street arena (p.64)
- 93rd birthday of Belle Anderson (p.65)
- Constable Angus Matheson “Scotty” retirement (p.66)
- 1987 Arnprior McNab annexation (p.67)
- Alex Staye death (p.68)
- Arnprior & Ottawa auto parts & fire Departmnet (p.69)
- Arnprior & district High School (p.70)
- Birthdays of Dorcas Gardner & Martha Grainger (p.73)
- Muriel Saunders honoured (p.74)
- Hydroelectric Dam on Waba Creek (p.76)
- Photos Bella Anderson & Dorothy Cameron & Mrs. Earl MacDowell (p.78)
- 50th anniversary of Jean & Harvey Raddatz (p.79)
- WI meetings & other info (p.79 and here and there throughout volume)
- Photos of WI members (p.82)
- McCrea Electric under new management (p.83)
- Didak Expansion (p.84), more (p.136)
- Stan Tourangeau (p.89)
- John Sharpe new museum curator (p.90)
- Volunteer Service Awards to Gay Kerr & Delia Burns (p.92)
- Arnprior Electric opens (p.94)
- Renfrew South District WI bus trip in 1986 (p.95)
- Surgical Devices made in Arnprior in1987 (p.99)
- Clem Smith & restored horse drawn hearse (p.100)
- Cemetery for Oblates Priests (p.101)
- WI donation to Arprior Public Library (p.103)
- Lorne Laderoute & beard growing contest (p.104)
- James Lillie 100th birthday (p.105)
- Mary MacLellan 100th birthday (p.107) & 101th birthday (p.159) & 104th birthday (p.225)
- Arnprior Hospital (p.108, 110)
- Dr. Robert McCreary profile (p.109)
- Norma Hall profile & McLachlin descendants & royal oak tree (p.114)
- 125th Arnprior & Salute the Valley & miss Arnprior pageant & time capsule at Daniel McLachlin park monument (p.115)
- Eastern Star donation to Grove nursing home (p.131)
- A & P store award (p.131 & p.154)
- Heritage Square Complex start 1987 (p.134)
- 1987 official map (p.135)
- Repair wharf (p.135)
- Donated plate commemorating ship ‘’Arnprior” (p.136)
- Allan McLean (p.137 & p.157 & p.220)
- Arts & Crafts club 1987 (p.138)
- Downtown revitalization project 1987 (p.139)
- Doug Macklim receives award (p.140)
- Clancy’s drugstore new owner (p.141)
- Sherry Johnston poet award (p.143)
- Arnprior Bulk & Natural Foods store opens 1988 (p.144)
- Arnprior Park photos at WI meeting (p.145)
- Anniversary photo Andy & Inez Cochrane (p.146 & p.175)
- Volunteer Drivers of Arnprior (p.147)
- Photo Mae Craig as District WI president (p.148)
- Kao-Didak diskette plant opens 1987 (p.148)
- Re-Echo 50th celebration (p.149)
- Henry Murdoch Warden of Renfrew County (p.151)
- Presentation to Helen Scheels (p.153)
- Defalco’s Place eatery (p.153)
- Laplante Casual Men’s Wear (p.154)
- Town & Country Ladies Wear (p.155)
- Doreen’s Goldbar jewelry store (p.155)
- Dr. J Audio Video Store (p.156)
- Rosa’s Sewing Services (p.156)
- Earl & Gertie Morphy (p.158)
- Krieger’s Jewellers (p.162)
- Arnprior Ambulance Service (p.162)
- Chabot, new owners of Radio Shack (p.163)
- First Daycare Centre (p.164)
- Alexander Reid Public School (p.165)
- Victoria Order of Nurses VON (p.165 & 197 & 270 & 307)
- John Beattie (p.166)
- Town clock restored 1988 (p.167)
- Lion’s club donation to museum (p.167)
- Wharf demolished (p.168)
- Alan Campbell & his block (p.169)
- Mary Graham, former postmistree (p.171)
- Janet Clancy (p.172)
- Ernie Wolff (p.173)
- Rotary club awards (p.173)
- Norma Hall (p.174)
- Arnprior Braeside McNab Seniors ar Home Support (p.174)
- Students build home (p,175 & 208)
- Boeing & ADHS (p.175)
- Oscar Charbonneau (p.176)
- Wesley Scheel’s Groceries (p.177)
- Film “The Revolving Doors” (p.177)
- Dorothy Futcher & Marion Timmins (p.178)
- Arnprior Library (p.179 & 215)
- Margaret Munro (p.181)
- Madawaska Place Condominiums (p.182)
- Tom Sullivan (p.182)
- Pat Robinson, first female mayor (p,184)
- National Trust bank (p.184)
- Metropolitan Store (p,185)
- Canadian Cancer Society (p.185)
- McDonalds Restaurant opening 1989 (p.186)
- Sadie Murdoch birthday (p.186)
- Scott Rollins (p.187)
- Stan Tourangeau (p.187)
- Tom Havey (p.187)
- Good Bears on patrol – OPP (p.189)
- David Young (p.189)
- OPP (p.190 & p.217))
- Barrday (p.191)
- Arnprior’s Lion Club (p.196)
- HLR & Associates (p.197)
- Sloppy Joe’s Clothing Store (p.197)
- WI – Challenge & Fun of Waste Management (p.198)
- Museum & Library (p.207)
- ADHS Concert Band (p.210)
- 25 year hospital and nursing home service pins (p.210)
- Artist, Margaret Lamendeau (p.211 & 213)
- Art Charbonneau, school trustee (p.212)
- Canadian Public Booth Co. – demolished 1991 (p.212)
- Arnprior Agricultural Society (p.214)
- Tom Burnette & Merv McIntyre (p.214)
- Charlie & Edith MacDonald (p.215)
- Artist, Paul Perrault (p.216 & 291)
- Salvation Army Thrift Shop opens (p.217)
- Museum and curator, Helen Anglin (p.218)
- Myrtle Edith Weber obituary (p.218)
- ADHS (p.219)
- Elvalex ladies’ Wear (p.220)
- Optimist Club & Hospital (p.220)
- Dr. Vince McMaster, dentist (p.221)
- The Light Touch store (p.221)
- Carol Lillie receives scholarship (p.222)
- Merger of Cameron Tavern with Madawaska Tavern (p.223)
- Governor General Hnatyshyn in Arnprior (p.224 & 230)
- Cameron Hotel fire (p.225)
- Mamie Smith (p.226)
- Civitan Club & Hospital (p.227)
- Janet Shideler (p.227)
- Artist, Kevin Dodds (p.228)
- Jean Sadler’s story “My Countryside” (p.232)
- First Baptist Church, minister Steve White (p.232)
- Photos of Bonnechere Valley & Arnprior WI (p.233)
- New Council 1991 – Black & MacDonald (p.234)
- Hnatyshyn, Honorary WI patron (p.234)
- FWIC Convention in BC - items (p.235)
- Photos at WI mtg – Ritchie, Sadler, MacDowell, Campbell, Symington & Greene (p.269)
- Jach Hicke (p.270)
- Sadie & Harry Cooke Citizen of Year (p.271 & 298)
- Kerry Dunphy, Korean Medal, Civil Defense College (p.272)
- Tracy Lalonde (p.272)
- Muriel Saunders & Hospitla (p.272)
- Terry Vyse, woman native judge (p.273)
- Elgin St. Baptist Church & pastor Stephen Self (p.274)
- Hospital (p.275)
- First Baptist Church, Pastor Steven White (p.279)
- Millie & Lloyd Runtz, Town employee (p.280)
- Hospital (p.280)
- Arnprior & District Archives 1992 (p.281)
- Photo WI meeting – Fraser, Neil, Greene, Sadler, Cameron, Gardiner, MacDowall (p.281 & 284)
- South Renfrew Airport (p.282)
- Vera & Bernie Bedore (p.283)
- Jim’s Restaurant (p.284)
- Louis St. Denis, skates, museum (p.285)
- Hospital (p.285 & 291 & 293)
- Arnprior-Nepean Railway Co. & BASF (p.286)
- Community Awareness & Emergency Response *CAER” (p.287)
- Map of Arnprior (p.290)
- St. John’s Ambulance (p.292)
- Valley wholesale (p.293)
- 60th Anniversay Arnprior WI (p.294)
- Terry Fox Run 1992 (p.295)
- Christine Reaburn & Lloyd Cameron (p.296)
- Harry Toop, beekeeper (p.297)
- Joanne McLaren (p.297)
- Reid Brothers – staff from 50s (p.298)
- Jean Symington (p.298)
- Agnes Coleman (p.299)
- Sarah (Sadie) cooke (p.299)
- ACWW (p.299)
- Participaction challenge (p.301)
- ADHS Dixie Combo Band (p.302)
- Ella Box (p.302)
- Optimist Club & Bell Park (p.303)
- Arnold Muirhead, Canada 125 medal (p.303)
- Author, Eunice Pemeel (p.304)
- 5 residences (p.305)
- ADHS teachers (p.307)
- 1991 FWIC convention & ACWW magazine (p.308)
- Arnprior WI minutes & other items at Museum (p.321 & 331)
- Tweedsmuir Table of Contents vol 1 to 5 (p.323)
- Foster Child from Liberia, Gbalay Johnson (p.334)
- Renfrew South District WI – FWIO’s 75th anniversary (p.338)
- 1993 ACWW magazine (p.340)
- Grace St.Andrew’s Church Centennial supplement (p.344)
Tweedsmuir History Volume 7 (1990s/2000 clippings & WI activities)
- 1993 Museum, curator Helen Anglin (p.2)
- Photos Arnprior WI ladies, including display at museum (p.3)
- Sacred Heart Convent closes (p.4)
- Stephanie Egan (p.5)
- Jan & Archie Dawson & miniature house (p.5)
- Bill Wilson, pharmacist (p.8)
- Art Charbonneau, trustee, honoured (p.9)
- Leo Jordan MPP (p.9)
- Arnprior Hospital (p.10)
- Susan Spence (p.10)
- Opportunity Shop (p.11)
- Bonnie Jane’s Scones shop opens (p.12)
- Harry Cooke died (p.13)
- Meals on Wheels (p.14)
- Eclipse (p.14)
- Charles Lynch dies (p.14)
- Arnprior & District Archives opening (p.15)
- WI overview (p.16)
- Save the Grove (p.17)
- 1994 International Plowing match at Pembroke (p.18)
- Aleck Morrall (p.24)
- Edna Bahm (p.25)
- Photos Arnprior WI (p.26)
- Boeing (p.28)
- Hospital logo (p.29)
- Wendy’s Tim Hortons (p.29)
- Goshen WI & their orchestra with photos (p.30)
- Canadian emergency preparedness College (p.30)
- Jim Lillie & Alex Staye (p.32)
- Algonquin land claims (p.32)
- Bob Graham & ETM Industries (p.33)
- Ralph Pickard (p.33)
- Keith Burns (p.33)
- Business Life, Ray Stamplecoski, Norm Hazelwood (p.34)
- OPP (p.34)
- Aerotek Electric Mobility Vehicles, Mike Osborne (p.35)
- St. John Ambulance (p.36)
- Tae kwon do (p.36)
- Arnprior WI trip to Peterborough (p.37)
- Florence Greeley, St. John ambulance (p.37)
- Photos WI members 7 activities (p.38+ & 43 & 47+))
- Rebekkahs and Oddfellows hall (p.42)
- Grove Nursing Home addition (p.42)
- Arnprior & District Archives & Anne Wimmi (p.44 & 57))
- Hospital (p.45 & 69)
- Phil Poole (p.46)
- Outing to Arnprior including sketch of John St (p.50)
- HLR Publishing (p.51)
- WI planting centennial WI rose at Town hall, photos (p.52)
- WI display at Archives (p.52)
- Ben Kane (p.53)
- Artist, Kevin Dodds (p.54)
- Mark Lindsay & Kate Pace-Lindsay, skiing (p.43 & 54)
- WI display at Fair 1995, Jessie Campbell (p.55)
- John Beattie (p.55)
- Milton Symington (p.56)
- WI members at 100th anniv, Myrtle Graham & Jean Levi (p.58)
- WI members & activities, photos w names (p.58)
- Kirkman House (p.61)
- Book Home & Country donation to library (p.62)
- Henry Murdoch (p.63)
- Bernice Noblitt award winners (p.63)
- Legion donation to Grove Nursing home (p.64)
- Origin of name Arnprior (p.64)
- Havey and McGonigal families (p.64)
- History of WI District banner (p.65)
- Jack (John Malcolm) Smith (p.66)
- WI Centennial Rose blooming (p.66)
- 1997 WI activities, photos with names (p.67)
- Stewartville Station 50th anniv (p.68)
- Donna & Robert Leeson wedding at museum (p.69)
- Douglas & Stephen Spaull optometry (p.70)
- AJ Charbonneau Public School opening (p.71)
- Dan Fridgen & Wayne & Dan Lavallee (p.71)
- WI District honouring presidents and secretaries (p.72)
- Duncan & Hector Miller (p.72)
- Mamie Smith (p.74)
- Jennie Elliott (p.75)
- 911 Service starts (p.76)
- Noreen Mellema (p.77)
- Grove Nursing Home adult day program (p.79)
- Beryl Majaury (p.80)
- Elma Sutherland (p.81)
- Year 2000 Chamber (p.82)
- Large millennium Moon (p.82)
- Ian Miller 2000 (p.84)
- Annie Young (p.85)
Series 3: Miscellaneous Material H9.2
- a coin collection awarded to Institute on its 60th anniversary in 1992,
- a letter from William Davis (Premier of Ontario) on the Institute’s 50th anniversary in 1982,
- a painted wood sign with the Institute’s name and crest (44.5 cm x 40 cm) (now displayed in Reading Room)
- information on FWIO, FWIC, the Associated Country Women of the World, the 100th anniversary of the women’s institutes in Canada and AWI, copy of speech given by Helen Golding (Arnprior and District Museum curator) on the 100th anniversary,
- pin for a life member with the motto (For Home and County)
- AWI’s 50th anniversary book.
- A compilation of member histories which was done in 2000. Members who contributed to this publication were Aleta Greene, Marion MacLean, Jean Sadler, Jean Symington, Dorothy C. Cameron, Jessie Campbell, Audrey J. Taylor, Patricia MacLean, Iva Chomyn, Anne (Tessier) Wimmi and Annie Young. They wrote about their lives and the impact that the WI has had on them.
- Frame with "Russell St. Seniors Arnprior W.I." This is probably the Russell St. Apartments in Arnprior. (H - Top Shelf)
- 9 photos of people quilting. The photos were removed from the frame and put in separate envelopes. Some people have been identified: Jean Raddatz, Jessie Campbell, Rhona Neumann, and Muriel Friday. (H9.2)
- Envelope containing 4 programs of Arnprior Women's Institute 1935-1939
Notes
The Tweedsmuirs have been digitized and should be used instead of the originals. Besides the digtized copy on the Archives server, a searchable digitized version is available on the FWIO Virtual Archives using the link below.
The page number references for the Tweedsmuirs refer to the digitized copies
A copy of the table of contents for volumes 1 to 5 of the Tweedsmuir History is available near the end of volume 6.
Access Restriction
Tweedsmuir Books - please use digitized version rather than original. They are searchable online through the FWIO Virtual Archives.
Accruals
Further accruals are not expected.
Accession No.
1994-0022
Website
http://collections.fwio.on.ca/3201149/data?n=1
URL Notes
A searchable, digitized version is available on the FWIO Virtual Archives using the link above
Less detail
Collection/Fonds
Peter Hessel collection
Description Level
File
Format
textual records
Collection/Fonds
Peter Hessel collection
Description Level
File
Scope and Content
File contains information pertaining to the land in McNab Township that was granted by the Crown to Archibald Laird of McNab personally. All the material consists of photocopies of documents in the National Archives under No. R.G. 1, E3, Volume 53.
1. Copy of letter by R.B. (The Hon. Robert Baldwin) Sullivan to Archibald McNab, dated Toronto, Sep. 27, 1839. The Executive Council cannot find justifiable vouchers, etc. for McNab’s claim. A payment of £4000 is recommended in lieu of all rights. 1. McNab is to assign his rights to the Crown, 2. £4000 to be paid to McNab, 3. McNab to sell his own land to the settlers at market value (without considering any improvements made), 4. the payment of £4000 is to come from said sale of lands; 5. Money already paid to McNab to the settlers is to be deducted.
2. Copy of letter over McNab’s signature to Executive Council, dated Toronto, July 30, 1839. Misunderstanding between him and the Council respecting the terms: McNab surrendering his claim to a grant of 5000 acres of land under certain conditions. McNab claims that Council is misinformed about the area of land settled in the township and that not 6500 acres but nearly 10,000 acres are now settled by a total of 165 settlers (families). He says that he has “located” about 15,000 acres in total. He wants payment of the full amount of his “admitted outlays” with interest.
3. Copy of short letter signed J.B. Harrison (Government House) to ?, dated July 24, 1839. Last paragraph of a letter to McNab “had better be omitted”.
4. Copy of letter over McNab’s signature dated July 25, 1839 (to Council?), entitled” Remarks by The McNab upon the Report of the Executive Council in the settlement of the Township of McNab, of date 23rd July 1839”. McNab was in Toronto to address the Council in the matter of his claim.
5. Copy of the Report of July 23, 1839 referred to above.
6. Copy of letter by the Executive Council to McNab, dated July 27, 1839, signed Sullivan.
7. Copy of note by McNab (all in his own hand) to R.A. Tucker, dated Toronto, July 4, 1839.
8. Copy of letter by Hagerman to Macauley (secretary of Lieutenant Governor), dated Toronto, July 15, 1839. Hagerman cautions about McNab’s power to evict 100 or more families. This might cause unrest among the new Loyal Scotch in the eastern part of the country — “most injurious”. “The (original) agreement made with McNab was most injudicious”. “The faith of the Crown ... must be maintained”. Recommended: grant McNab compensation and regain control of the township.
9. Copy of letter by McNab to Macauley, dated Toronto, Feb. 16, 1838, after Council’s and Lt. Gov.’s decision was made. Re monetary compensation by the government for expenses on behalf of the settlers. McNab values land (5000 acres) and buildings at £5000, expenses at £4000 (total: £9000).
10. Copy of letter by Archdeacon John Strachan to Robert Baldwin Sullivan, dated Toronto, Feb. 6, 1839 re McNab, recommending that McNab be given the right to do more or less as he pleases.
11. Copy of letter by Macauley (Lt. Gov.’s secretary) to Attorney General Hagerman asking for an opinion on Council’s recommendations re McNab.
12. Copy of letter (recommendations) by Attorney General C.W.A. Hagerman re McNab’s patent, etc. Dated Toronto, February 14, 1839. The Lt. Gov. to make the decision. McNab’s right to expel 50 or 100 families is questionable. Caution is urged. Recommends to send a confidential agent to the township to make a report re the causes of differences between McNab and the settlers. “Was it ever the Crown’s intention to place so much power in the hands of McNab?” In the meantime, the eviction of 12 settlers was approved.
13. Att. Gen’s office, dated Feb. 14, 1939, very similar to 12.
14. Copy of Recommendations by Archdeacon John Strachan, dated Feb. 5, 1835. “It is respectfully recommended that the services rendered by ... McNab in settling the township, ... with the exception of the Crown and Clergy reserves ...”
15. Copy of letter by Sullivan to Lt. Governor Sir George Arthur, dated Toronto, Feb. 8, 1839, including Executive Council minutes and recommendations re McNab - to grant patent in trust, referring to “trust deed for the lands under his superintendence”. Council regrets “exceeding;y” the original “stipulation entered into by the Government with the McNab, which made the grants to the locatees subject to the performance of agreements between himself and the settlers”. “McNab’s claim to 5000 acres of land “seems to have been voluntarily given up in consideration of ... certain prime timber in the township”. Council “did not notice this circumstance when the petition for a location upon lots occupied by the settlers was last before them — this accounts for locations of settlers upon lands settled by the McNab — these lands must therefore be considered, as seems to have been the design of the parties when the locations were made, to be precisely under the same circumstances as other lands”. Recommended: that a patent be issued to the Laird in trust so that he can convey lots to the settlers subject to remuneration for the Laird’s expenses in settling them.
16. Copy of letter over McNab’s signature to the Lieutenant Governor, dated Toronto, Feb. 5, 1839. “Upon the 5th of November 1823 he [i.e. the McNab] had the honour of obtaining the Grant of settling a township of land in the Province upon certain terms and conditions (a copy of which is herewith produced), a certain portion of which (8000) was specifically reserved for himself.”
“That upon the 7th day of April 1827, he received the commands of Government to fulfill and report upon all the conditions in the said Grant (which order and original copy of his answer is herewith also produced), when he then selected the Lots as reserved for himself — a copy of the schedule of which is in the hands of the Deputy Surveyor General. It has been already often stated that there was but a small portion of the Township fit for settling (not much above 7000 acres), the object of his settlement would therefore have been defeated wholly, had he reserved his own lands from settlement, he therefore gave the choice of his own lands to the settlers upon the same terms that he settled the rest upon.
“That he has strictly fulfilled all the conditions of his arrangement with Government in every respect, and having laid out considerable sums of money in improving his property — in erecting two separate establishments, with saw & grist mills, for the benefit of the Township and that portion of the County, he humbly requests that Your Excellency in Council may be pleaded to order a Patent Deed to issue to him of his own said lands according to the list which (is with the Deputy Surveyor General) . . .”
16. Copy of letter from Secretary Mudge to the Presiding (Executive) Counsellor, dated July 20, 1830.
17. Copies of several other documents (many pages) pertaining to the same matter (1830s and 1840s).
18. Handwritten transcript (by Kirstin Jeffrey, Arnprior, 1987) of a document issued on December 5, 1862 by the Registry Office of Renfrew County, pertaining to the conveyance of land (Lot 5, Concession C) in the Township of McNab first by the Crown to Archibald McNab (Feb. 28, 1828), then by Indenture of Bargain and Sale from James Middleton and Alfred Middleton to Daniel McLachlin, on January 28, 1852, then by Indenture of Mortgage from Daniel McLachlin to Alexander Simpson and (another property) to Nathaniel Burwash (in 1855). Also mentioned: dower rights of McNab’s widow (Margaret McNab) claimed in 1861/62. See also below.
19. Brown envelope containing copies of newspaper clippings of articles written by Harry Walker regarding “dower rights” claimed by McNab’s widow. Also containing photocopy of a handwritten copy of an “Indenture between Margaret McNab and Daniel McLachlin re dower’s rights claimed, dated Nov. 17th, 1862. This handwritten note was copied in 1987 when it was found by Peter Hessel and Kirstin Jeffrey “upstairs in the Arnprior Museum’s ‘old kitchen’, next to a filing cabinet (in clear plastic files) with reference number recorded (by PH) as 70.32.18.” The “original” handwritten copy is probably contained in the “Museum Collection”.
20. Photocopies of three pages (96, 98, 776) of unknown origin apparently in Archibald McNab’s handwriting. The first two pages are entitled “Rental of the Township of McNab 1839”. They contain the names of settlers with lot and concession numbers and the amount of “rent” due (in bushels of grain). Page 97 as well as subsequent pages are missing. The names of 50 settlers on page 778 may be signatures, but more likely entries by the same person (the Laird himself?). These three pages were donated by Arnold McIntyre of Arnprior in August 2000.
Accession No.
1994 0021
Less detail
Date
1982
Collection/Fonds
Reference Material
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
print - black & white
Size: 85 x 53
Reference No.
M034
Date
1982
Format
map
Collection/Fonds
Reference Material
Description Level
Item
Reference No.
M034
Physical Description
print - black & white
Size: 85 x 53
Material Details
Scale: 1:250,000
History / Biography
Donated by Eric Ridgen
Scope and Content
Shows the Resource Management areas of Renfrew County, provincial parks, deer yards, spawning areas, etc. Gives townships, some towns, lakes, rivers, roads, railways, air bases and Indian reserves.
Notes
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Accession No.
9999-9999
Subject Access
Maps - Land Use
Geographic Access
Renfrew
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White Lake Community Cemetery Committee Records

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Date
1914-2008
Collection/Fonds
White Lake Community Cemetery Committee fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
35 cm textual records
Date
1914-2008
Collection/Fonds
White Lake Community Cemetery Committee fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
35 cm textual records
History / Biography
The White Lake Community Cemetery was originally established as a Presbyterian Cemetery (later United Church) but as its name indicates it is now a Community Cemetery for all denominations. It is located in the Township of McNab/Braeside at Concession 3, Lot 10. According to the records, the first burial was of Elizabeth Hill (1791-1823) which would date the cemetery at 190 years as of 2013. The White Lake Cemetery held the 1st decoration service in 1921 with Reverend McNaught presiding. Burials before 1800 were: Walter Stirling 1790-1869 J. A. Robertson 1792-1874 John Cunningham 1793-1870 Colin Campbell 1794-1881 Isabella Douglas Campbell 1794-1859 Originally, the lots were very large (measuring 10 feet by 20 feet) to accomodate large families. The plots were reduced in size in later years. The cemetery is divided into 16 Sections with Section 11, 12 and part of 10 reserved for parking on Decoration Day. The White Lake Cemetery Vault was dedicated to the memory of John McRae and his wife Jane Goth by his family in 1957. In 2000, an additional 300' x 290' was purchased from Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Fraser of White Lake which brings the total size of the cemetery to 9 acres. This land is being slowly improved, including the removal of trees, stumps and rocks, in preparation for use in upcoming years. As of 2013, the cemetery committee has noticed an increase in cremations and increased strain on the resources of the volunteers who endevour to keep up with the maintenance of the cemetery grounds. For many years, Lorne Deacon of White Lake Village was caretaker of the cemetery. In 1995, Olga and Cecil Lewis transcribed the cemetery stones and published an index to the White Lake Cemetery. An Amalgamated Index was produced by Philip Durrett in 2000 as a project of the Arnprior McNab/Braeside Archives.
Acquisition Source
The records were donated by Rita Fraser, on behalf of the Cemetery Committee in August 2009.
Scope and Content
Donation consists of Bylaws, Minutes, Correspondence, Millenium Project Files, Plot & Burial Records and Financial Records.
File List:
Bylaws - 1999, 2005, 2009
Minutes - four folders: 1914-1961, 1961-1990, 1991-1999, 2000-2008
Correspondence - Plots & Markers
Correspondence - McNab/Braeside Township
Burial Plot Records - 1952 - 2007
Millennium Project, Memorial Monument - 1999-2002
10 Files of Financial Records - 1996-2007
Ledger containing Plots sold, Burials, Perpetual Care, Reciepts & Payments 1956-1978
Ledger containing Treasurer's Accounts 1999-2001
Notes
Some details of Biographical History obtained from Rita Fraser of the White Lake Community Cemetery in April 2013.
Accession No.
2009-0238
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Town of Arnprior Bylaw 6278-13 Records Management Policy and Records Retention Schedule (Signed by Auditors KPMG)

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Number
6278-13
Date
2013
Series
Series II Town of Arnprior Bylaws
The Corporation of the Town of Arnprior By-Law Number 6278-13 Being a By-law to adopt a Records Management Policy and Records Retention Schedule for the Town of Arnprior and to repeal By-law No. 4164-93 , as amended. WHEREAS the records and information holdings of the Corporation of the
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Number
6278-13
Date
2013
Publisher
Town of Arnprior
Subject
Bylaws
Description Level
Item
Series
Series II Town of Arnprior Bylaws
Language
English
Format
textual records
Documents

Town of Arnprior Bylaw 6278-13 Records Management Policy and Records Retention Schedule (Signed by Auditors KPMG)

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Date
2016-2017
Collection/Fonds
Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
8 CD's; textual records; photographs
Date
2016-2017
Format
textual records
photographic
sound recordings
Collection/Fonds
Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
8 CD's; textual records; photographs
History / Biography
In 2016 and 2017 the Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives undertook a special project to explore the connection between what McNab settlers produced in the early days in Township and what local producers are making today. Through oral history interviews the AMBA delved into themes of innovation, continuity and the return of the farm to table movement that is changing how people think about living off the land as Canada celebrates its 150th anniversary. The goal was to interview and document several McNab/Braeside families who are commercially producing various products such as maple syrup, honey, highland cattle, alpaca wool products, and vegetables from large to very small scale producers. Several families submitted family photos which the archives now holds as well as the oral history interviews. An on-line exhibit was created as part of this project which features selected photographs and audio clips from this collection.
Scope and Content
This fonds consists of oral history records created by the Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives (AMBA) for its 150 project funded by the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport through its Community Celebrations program. Oral history interviews were conducted by Laurie Dougherty and Dianne Brearley of the following participants:
Doug McLaren, Shannon Cassidy-Rouleau, Luke Sheldrick, William Murray, Diane Murray, Peter Murray, Leanne Prins, Jim McGregor, Jane McGregor, Kevin Rosein, Jack Cameron, Gail Cameron and Micheal Hoffman.
Full transcripts of the interviews are available at the AMBA.
Notes
See Exhibits page at www.adarchives.org
Photographs and other material collected from some participants are described as seperate fonds.
Accession No.
2006-0200
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1829 records – page 1 of 92.