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A brief history of the Gondor family.

File consists of one manuscript essay on the history of the Gondor family, one of the settler families of the Niagara District. The original finding aid indicates that this was written by M.G. Sherk [i.e. Scherck].

Born of water.

File consists of one essay on theology, particularly baptism. Original finding aid indicates that the essay was written by M.G. Sherk [i.e. Scherck].

Colonel Joel Stone.

File consists of one manuscript petition of a land grant from Joel Stone, one manuscript narrative of his life extracted from his own journals, and one accounting ledger, possibly of his estate. Note that Stone fled to Canada in 1786 and was the first white settler in what is now Gananoque.

Death of the late Miss Gonder of Black Creek.

File consists of one typescript of an obituary "death of the late Miss Gonder of Black Creek - a pioneer resident of Willoughby Township", a clipping of said obituary, and a manuscript tribute to her memory which was read at her funeral service.

D.K. Goodfellow to David Boyle.

One item of correspondence addressed to David Boyle from D.K. Goodfellow, dated May 23, 1904. Also includes a manuscript copy of an "extract from a petition from the Chippeaw, Ottawa and Pattawattamie Indians to Sir Francis Bond Head, Lieutenant Governor of Upper Canada, dated at Sandwich U.C. the 27th February 1836."


File consists of one prospectus for a translation and new edition of Heliand, published by J. Maisonneuve.

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