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John Goldie : correspondence.

  • SCA178-GA153
  • Fonds
  • 1846-1854

Consists of typescripts of fifteen letters, fourteen from from John Goldie to his son James written between 1846 and 1854, one undated from William to James.

Goldie, John

George Bray to Abraham Bray : January 1, 1846.

One letter from George Bray to Abraham Bray dated January 1, 1846 from Rathmines Mill, near Dublin. The letter starts off with a message from Sarah Bray giving details on her life and their grandmother's health as well as mentioning friends who have moved to Canada. George writes about the family in Ireland as well as commodity prices and scarcity and the Great Potato Famine.

Bray Family

Indenture: Samuel Weaver and Wife to John Myers.

One indenture regarding the purchase of land in Woolwich Township between Samuel Weaver and Wife to John Myers, January 23, 1847., memorial recorded Oct. 5, 1848, number 695 Liber F, Folio 54.

Bowman family

England.

Silver crown from England showing on the obverse the head of Queen Victoria and on the reverse crowned, cruciform shields around Garter Star; rose, thistle, & shamrock in quarters; all within Gothic frame.

Pyke, Edgar William

Isaac Lucius Bowman family fonds.

Material relating to members of the Isaac Lucius Bowman family, their interests and activities. Some of the most significant local material in the fonds originates with the Bowman family. Isaac Lucius Bowman was born at Freeport in 1830, and was founder and principal of the Freeport Academy from 1867-1872. This very early educational institution is here documented with Proceedings of the Academy, ephemera, and two photographs of the members of the Academy. I. L. Bowman then trained to be a Provincial Land Surveyor, and many of the very early plans and maps in the fonds are from the Bowman Family belongings. Of his four sons, three also became surveyors and Engineers, while Hervey attended the Universities of Toronto and the Leipzig. His files relate mostly to his educational pursuits, but include some other family-related materials.

Bowman family

Ann Bray to Abraham Bray : January 17, 1847.

One letter from Ann Bray to Abraham Bray dated January 17, 1847 from Leeds. The first part of the letter is from Ann Bray and gives an update on the family since the passing of George Bray, and congratulates Abraham on the birth of his child. At the end of the letter are notes from Samuel Fox and Sarah Bray regarding friends moving to Canada and inquiring about job prospects there.

Bray Family

Ann Bray to Abraham Bray : August 12, 1847.

One letter from Ann Bray to Abraham Bray dated August 12, 1847 from Leeds. This short letter gives news that Ann, as well as children Jacob, Mary, and Hannah are set to leave from Liverpool for New York on August 16th or 20th.

Bray Family

Bowman family.

Material created and accumulated by members of the Bowman family. Includes ephemera, an indenture and an agreement.

Bowman family

Motz, John and Motz, Helena Vogt

Series is comprised of materials relating to the life of John Motz and his wife Helena Vogt. Includes correspondence, ephemera, legal documents and clippings.

Motz Family

Seagram Family: Documents

This series consists of correspondence, ephemera, estate records, photographs, scrapbooks, wills, etc. which shed light on the lives of some members of the Seagram family and their activities from 1848 to the 1980's, including Joseph Emm Seagram and his wife Stephanie, their daughter Adine, son Edward Frowde and grandson Joseph Edward Frowde.

Seagram Family

Ahrens family

Series consists of material relating to Charles A. Ahrens family, primarily photographs, genealogical and biographical information.

Schneider, J.M. family

Pioneers.

File consists of ms. notes on pioneers, particularly United Empire Loyalists.

Ontario History Collection

Schneider family collection : accrual 2003

Accrual consists of material relating to descendants of Johann Christoph and Anna Elizabeth Schneider, their families, friends and activities. It also contains genealogical information about the Schneider and Ahrens families. Includes clippings, correspondence, audio cassettes, photographs, etc.

Schneider, J.M. family

Seagram family fonds.

The contents of these files were assembled by Seagram Museum Staff from a variety of sources, and consist of original documents, including clippings, correspondence, ephemera, estate records, photographs, scrapbooks, wills, etc. Some documents are photocopies. Wherever possible the original Seagram Museum accession number is included in the descriptions. As the materials were acquired from several sources, coverage is uneven. The largest group of materials centres around Joseph Edward Frowde Seagram, grandson of Joseph Emm Seagram, with lesser focus on his father, Edward Frowde, and grandparents, Joseph Emm Seagram and Stephanie Urbs. A few documents are present relating to the estate of Octavius Seagram, father of Joseph Emm, as well as wills and associated correspondence of Wiltshire Seagrams. Photographs of the McLachlan family of Guelph, Ont., of the Bland Family, and of Warnock family members are present, as is biographical material pertaining to the Hespeler family as well as to the Seagram family.

Seagram Family

Journal of Colin Rankin, 1848-1853.

One journal (208 p.) kept by Colin Rankin from March 9, 1848, the day he assuming charge of the Mattawa Post, to Aug. 16, 1853, the day before his departure. The journal includes ca. 50 pages of dated and undated notes, poems, transcripts and quotations, not kept in diary format.

Rankin, Colin

Bowlby, David Sovereign

File consists of two identical upper body studio portrait photographs of David Sovereign Bowbly in his graduation cap and gown taken by Gillespie, Berlin, Ont.

Clement Bowlby Family

Motz family fonds.

Fonds is comprised of materials relating to the personal and professional life of the Motz family spanning over one hundred and fifty years and four generations. Also included is materials relating to their family work in the newspaper industry in Kitchener. Includes personal records of John Motz, his son William John, and his grandchildren John George and John Edward as well as their respective wives. Also includes materials related to Rittinger and Motz, and the various newspaper that were owned and operated by the company. Materials include photographs, biographical records, correspondence, clippings, legal documents, stationary and a scrapbook.

Motz Family

Bowlby, David Sovereign.

File consists of one upper body studio portrait of David Sovereign Bowbly in his graduation cap and gown by Martin, Montreal, QC.

Clement Bowlby Family

Davidson, George to Margaret Davidson.

Letter from George Davidson in Aberdeen, Scotland to his wife Margaret in New Aberdeen, C.W., responding to the news of the death of their infant son: "The intelligence was painful, more so than had I been present with you, for altho' my friends here feel deeply with me, still you were awaiting." He speaks of the comfort that their belief offers, and continues: "I thank God that you are living & that I have so near a prospect of meeting you again – how happy I shall be to see you & this feeling is strengthened from the fact that you will be the same regarding me." He will be on the steamer Europa from Liverpool to New York and lists in detail the amount of time it will take to be back in New Aberdeen. (includes envelope sealed with family crest)

Sims family

Davidson, John to George Davidson.

Letter from John Davidson, Fraserburgh, Scotland on October 16, 1848 to his nephew George Davidson, commiserating on the death of George's infant child: "I know that you are of tender heart and will be much affected." John is Assessor and Collector of Road Money in Fraserburgh and as such was out on business when George left for home.

Sims family

Hall, Mrs. S.C., "Pilgrimages to English Shrines : The Birthplace of Thomas Chatterton." The Art-Journal XI (1849): 21-25

File consists of Mrs. C.S. (Anna Maria) Hall's article "Pilgrimages to English Shrines: The Birthplace of Thomas Chatterton" from The Art-Journal. The pages of this article have been torn from the journal. The article was also reproduced in a book of collected Pilgrimages to English Shrines in 1850.

Davis, Bertram R.

Manuscript diary: gin distilling.

A 2 v. ms. diary Kept by the owner or manager of a distillery in London, England. Entries describe in detail the work and processes carried out each day, and describe as well some of the family and social activities of the writer. The volumes are bound in vellum with brass clasps.

Seagram Museum

Preaching notebook.

Notebook recounting areas that Jacob Wagner preached in. Begins with the Waterloo circuit, but the cover of the notebook reads "Albany."

Wagner, Jacob

Adelaide petitions.

Material relating to settlement of Petworth emigrants in Adelaide Township, Middlesex County, Ont. This folder contains a photocopy from the Archives of Ontario, RG1, C-IV, Township Papers : Adelaide, Ms 658n, p. 744, 746, correspondence from John Humphreys concerning the deed for his land.

The Jackman Foundation

Christian Enslin : Letter to Fredrick Heinitsch, M.D., August 1849.

  • SCA200-GA177
  • Fonds
  • August 1849

File consists of one letter from Christian Enslin, bookseller and bookbinder, Waterloo, Ontario to Fredrick Heinitsch, M.D., Lancaster, Pennsylvania requesting the right to "Mother Drops", a medicine created by Dr. Heinitsch on which he held the patent.
The letter also includes information on bookbinding and printing practices in Upper Canada and makes reference to local figures such as Benjamin Eby, Bishop of the Mennonites.

Enslin, Christian

George W. Neale account book.

  • SCA348-GA398
  • Fonds
  • 1850-1874

One accounts book kept by George W. Neale between the period 1850-1874. It is likely that Neale lived in the region of Loudon, New Hampshire and did business with those nearby. Others named in his account book include Newel Lovering, Luther Copp, S. Neale, Benjamin Neale, Samuel B. Lovering, Alonzo B. Lovering, Alvin S. Taylor, Isaac B. Giddings, Stephen Moore, John Messer, Warren Gleason, and Dick Rogers.

Neale, G.W.

Peter Rieder family fonds.

Fonds consists of materials created and accumulated by the family of Peter Rieder as well as by Rieder and Ruby, General Merchants. Includes one ledger book from Rieder and Ruby, a scrapbook, correspondence and various ephemera.

Peter Rieder Family

Ephemera : financial.

File consists of various financial records relating to the Peter Rieder family. Includes accounting notes and receipts.

Peter Rieder Family

Scrapbook.

File consists of one scrapbook created by an unknown member of the Rieder family. Includes original works of art as well as clippings and cut outs.

Peter Rieder Family

William Morton fonds

  • SCA90-GA60
  • Fonds
  • 1850-1851

Manuscript poem entitled, "On Parting from My Sister and Her Children." Also included are two pencil drawings, one of which depicts a church and graveyard scene in a village located three miles from Dublin. The poem and drawings have been bound into a book. In the front cover of the book is a newspaper clipping of an obituary for Isabella Jane and Caroline Olivia Clare.

Morton, William

Rieder, Peter family.

Series consists of materials created and accumulated by Peter Rieder and his family. Includes a mid nineteenth century scrapbook, correspondence, and ephemera.

Peter Rieder Family

Manuscripts.

Short holograph school essays by Mary Schantz (nee Moyer), many with corrections. One is dated Brantford, 1861.

Schantz Russell Family

Schantz, Mary.

Material created and accumulated by Mary Schantz (nee Moyer). Includes a genealogy notebook and school essays.

Schantz Russell Family

Indenture.

Indenture between Henry Wagner and Joseph Fellows for a plot of land purchased by Henry Wagner in Rose, Wayne County, New York.

Wagner, Henry

Property Transactions and Mortgages

Series consists of documents relating to land transactions. Most materials document the ownership history of the property consisting of Lots 1, 2, 3, and 4, and in particuar Lot 3, on the south (or west) side of Ahrens Street and the north side of Weber Street in David Weber's survey in the town of Berlin (now Kitchener); this property contained the Anthes home at 44 Weber Street and the Rieder home at 58 Roy Street.

Also present are documents relating to other land in Berlin as well as land in the Township of Wilmot, the Town of Moberly, and the District of Parry Sound. Series includes mortgages, deeds and certificates of ownership, abstracts from the Registry Office (Berlin), invoices, etc.

Rieder and Anthes family

Bowlby, Davison, Hoffman family fonds.

  • SCA187-GA162
  • Fonds
  • 1851-1954

Material relating to members of the Hoffman, Barnes, Schiedel, Bowlby, Davison and Carlisle families, primarily photographs. Includes correspondence, clippings, ephemera, photographs, including snapshots taken during early construction of the Westmount area of Kitchener, Ontario.

Bowlby, Davison, Hoffman Family

Rieder and Anthes family : 2010 accrual.

Accrual consists of material documenting the lives, interests, and activities of members of the Rieder and Anthes families of Berlin (later Kitchener), Ontario, with a focus on Martha (Anthes) Rieder and her family. Includes correspondence, diaries, ephemera, photographs, land transactions and mortgages, agreements, clippings, ms. notes, genealogy materials, financial statements, company newsletters, membership certificates, and other personal documents.

Rieder and Anthes family

Court clerk to A. Clemens and H.R. Ferrie.

One item of correspondence from the court clerk to A. Clemens and H.R. Ferrie. The letter is dated and addressed June 11, 1851, Waterloo. The letter is an account of the activities and decision on the status of teacher James Finney.

Bowman family

England.

Silver florin from England showing on the obverse the head of Queen Victoria and on the reverse crowned cruciform shields; thistle, rose, & shamrock in each quarter between trefoil arches.

Pyke, Edgar William

Deeds of land.

Deeds of land and recipes for the sale of land, also a book of cheques for the John Ratz Estate.

Ratz Family

Ratz family fonds.

Fonds consists of textual materials created or accumulated by members of the Ratz family, primarily for the assessment and disbursement of the John Ratz and Ratz Brothers business estates. This include correspondence, tax records, legal documents, deeds of land and receipts.

Ratz Family

Ratz Brothers business estate.

Series contains materials relating to the estate of Ratz Brothers Business, mostly pertaining to the work of John and George Ratz. Includes correspondence, tax records, receipts and invoices, cheques, ledger books, land deeds and legal documents.

Ratz Family

Erb Street in 1853.

File consists of one photograph of a sketch of what is now Erb Street in 1853. The Seagram distillery building can be seen.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record

Plan.

Plan showing a subdivision of Berlin with 642 lots in three parcels. Includes transparent overlay stencil reflecting the locations of current Kitchener buildings and landmarks.

Schantz Russell Family

Schantz Russell family fonds : 2017-1 accrual.

Material created and accumulated by members of the Schantz family. Includes primarily ephemera including an early indenture, a tax bill, and school work of Tobias Schantz. Also includes notebooks kept by Dorothy Russell while a student at Kitchener–Waterloo Collegiate and Vocational School, also known as Kitchener Collegiate Institute.

Schantz Russell Family

Cross-stitch sampler in wood frame.

Cross-stitch sampler on linen featuring the alphabet, numbers, motifs and decorative borders as well as the name Hedwig Fischer and the date 1853 in red, green, blue, white and brown embroidery floss. In a wood frame with glass protection. Hook on verso to hang the frame.

Ratz Family

Davidson, Elizabeth.

Album of custom bound piano music belonging to Elizabeth Davidson, some with lyrics in both German and English, some with illustrated title pages. The volume is ¾ bound with cloth covers and gold-tooled leather lozenges pasted on both front and back covers: the front cover lozenge is red leather with "Miss E. Davidson" in gold; the back cover lozenge is dark brown leather with decorative gold tooling. The spine and corners have some gold tooling; spine has raised bands.

Sims family

Journal of Colin Rankin, 1853-1854.

One journal (125 p.) kept by Colin Rankin from Sept. 19, 1853 to Sept. 17, 1854 during his posting to Fort Kikendatch. The journal includes ca. 25 pages of dated and undated notes, poems, transcripts and quotations, not kept in diary format.

Rankin, Colin

George Baxter prints of Sir Robert Peel and Lord Nelson.

  • SCA307-GA343
  • Fonds
  • 1853

Fonds consists of prints of Sir Robert Peel and Lord Nelson. They are printed by George Baxter as an oil colour picture print, the first commercially viable colour printing.

Baxter, George

Ratz family fonds : 2017 accrual.

Records related to the Ratz family, principally created or accumulated by Herbert Ratz, documenting the personal and professional lives of various Ratz family members. Records include correspondence, press clippings, genealogy research, legal documents, ephemera, academic publications, presentations and related administrative papers. The fonds also contains graphic material including photographs, technical drawings, and artifacts.

Ratz Family

Ratz family history and genealogy.

Material related to the Ratz family history and genealogy. Includes artifacts, photographs, genealogy research notes and booklets, correspondence, a diary excerpt, press clippings, and ephemera.

Ratz Family

Indenture, Christian Schantz to Abraham Weber.

An indenture dated December 31, 1853 at Waterloo between Christian Schantz and Abraham Weber for 1200 pounds for 195 acres of land in the lower block of Waterloo Township. Also includes a short history by Harold Russell about the lands in Kitchener-Waterloo owned by the Schantz family.

Schantz Russell Family

Tobias and Mary Schantz family.

Material created or accumulated by various members of the Schantz-Moyer family including Arthur Benjamin Schantz, Abraham Nash Moyer, Jesse Gross Moyer, Austin Tobias Schantz and Tobias Moyer. Includes property records, ephemera, and Abraham Moyer's 1889 travel album.

Schantz Russell Family

Recipe book.

File consists of one ms. recipe book with inscription "Melora Neyle 1854" on the flyleaf. The first page lists a partial table of contents. Includes primarily ms. entries written into the book, but also includes some ms. recipes pasted in at a later date, and some pasted in clippings. Includes primarly recipes for food, but also some for health remedies and home care products. Also inset into the manuscript are pressed flowers.

Neyle Family

Indenture.

Indenture between Henry and Elisabeth Shafer and Jacob Wagner for sale of lots two and three on the east side of Cedar Street in Kitchener.

Wagner, Jacob

Schantz, Mary (nee Moyer) : correspondence received.

Twenty-four letters received by Mary Schantz (nee Moyer) from friends and relatives.

Date and Place from: June 09, 1861 Brantford, C.W. To Moyer, Mary, 1840-1935 From Moyer, Sophia, 1847-1870.

Date and Place from: June 17, 1862 Brantford To Moyer, Mary, 1840-1935 From Moyer, Sophia, 1847-1870.

Date and Place from: August 10, 1862 Brantford To Moyer, Mary, 1840-1935 From Moyer, Sophia, 1847-1870.

Date and Place from: September 28, 1862 Brantford, C.W. To Moyer, Mary, 1840-1935 From Moyer, Sophia, 1847-1870 Notes: Writes about Cousin Rebecca's death: "Died of the tropsy at the brain."

Date and Place from: October 24, 1862 Brantford, C.W. To Moyer, Mary, 1840-1935 From Moyer, Sophia, 1847-1870.

Date and Place from: December 05, 1862 Brantford To Moyer, Mary, 1840-1935 From Moyer, Sophia, 1847-1870.

Date and Place from: May 09, 1855 McGrawville To Moyer, Mary, 1840-1935 From Moyer, Tobias, 1832-1909.

Date and Place from: November 17, 1856 Pelham To Moyer, Mary, 1840-1935 From Moyer, Tobias, 1832-1909 Notes: Writes about school, society, education.

Date and Place from: November 18, 1856 Pelham To Moyer, Mary, 1840-1935 From Moyer, Tobias, 1832-1909.

Date and Place from: December 02, 1856 Wainfleet To Moyer, Mary, 1840-1935 From Moyer, Tobias, 1832-1909 Notes: Writes about teaching, how he will like it.

Date and Place from: June 07, 1859 Pelham To Moyer, Mary, 1840-1935 From Moyer, Tobias, 1832-1909.

Date and Place from: August 25, 1860 Brantford To Moyer, Mary, 1840-1935 From Moyer, Tobias, 1832-1909 Notes: Writes about his route from the "Twenty" to the "Short Hills". Talks about Mary's school and getting her certificate.

Date and Place from: September 19, 1860 Brantford To Moyer, Mary, 1840-1935 From Moyer, Tobias, 1832-1909.

Date and Place from: December 26, 1862 Brantford To Moyer, Mary, 1840-1935 From Moyer, Tobias, 1832-1909.

Date and Place from: March 13, 1857 South Cayuga To Moyer, Mary, 1840-1935 From Nash, Rebecca.

Date and Place from: April 05, 1860 South Cayuga To Moyer, Mary, 1840-1935 From Nash, Rebecca.

Date and Place from: August 03, 1860 Dunn To Moyer, Mary, 1840-1935 From Nash, Rebecca.

Date and Place from: April 04, 1861 South Cayuga To Moyer, Mary, 1840-1935 From Nash, Rebecca.

Date and Place from: May 24, 1861 s.l. To Moyer, Mary, 1840-1935 From Nash, Rebecca.

Date and Place from: August 24, 1861 South Cayuga To Moyer, Mary, 1840-1935 From Nash, Rebecca Notes: Writes a short note about school.

Date and Place from: November 25, 1861 South Cayuga To Moyer, Mary, 1840-1935 From Nash, Rebecca Notes: Letter is written on paper with a fancy border.

Date and Place from: January 27, 1862 South Cayuga To Moyer, Mary, 1840-1935 From Nash, Rebecca.

Date and Place from: March 19, 1862 South Cayuga To Moyer, Mary, 1840-1935 From Nash, Rebecca.

Date and Place from: January 06, 1858 St. Catherines To Moyer, Mary, 1840-1935 From Newcomb, M.L. Notes: Letter From Mary's teacher, offering her a job at his schoolhouse.

Schantz Russell Family

Schantz Russell family fonds : 2005 accrual.

Textual and graphic material created or accumulated by Dorothy Etta Russell (nee White) during her enrollment as a student at the Kitchener and Waterloo Collegiate Institute and the Toronto Normal School, respectively, from 1916 to 1921. Also contains miscellaneous material created or accumulated by Etta Lydia Mary White (nee Schantz), including school certificates, provincial and county school examination papers and ephemera such as advertising and greeting cards. Includes as well, material relating to the Schantz Russell family; among these are publications and clippings.

Schantz Russell Family

Bowlby, Martha Esther Murphy.

File consists of one full length studio portrait of Martha Esther Murphy Bowlby seen standing with hands together at front and right arm resting on chair.

Clement Bowlby Family

Schantz, Mary (nee Moyer) : correspondence received.

Thirty-two letters received by Mary Schantz (nee Moyer) from friends and relatives.

Date and Place from: June 27, 1859 Rochester, Minn. To Moyer, Mary, 1840-1935 From Moyer, Abraham Nash, 1837-1910.

Date and Place from: February 01, 1860 Canning To Moyer, Mary, 1840-1935 From Mosher, Lovina Attachments: Newspaper Clipping of a Poem Included in Letter.

Date and Place from: July 26, 1860 Humberstone To Moyer, Mary, 1840-1935 From Anthes, Leah.

Date and Place from: [1862?] s.l. To Moyer, Mary, 1840-1935 From Fry, Anna.

Date and Place from: September 18, 1858 Rainham Centre To Moyer, Mary, 1840-1935 From Holland, Sarah Notes: Letter from one of Marys' pupils.

Date and Place from: May 19, 1858 Rochester To Moyer, Mary, 1840-1935 From Hyatt, Hattie.

Date and Place from: July 12, 1858 Rochester To Moyer, Mary, 1840-1935 From Hyatt, Hattie.

Date and Place from: August -, 1858 Rochester To Moyer, Mary, 1840-1935 From Hyatt, Hattie.

Date and Place from: September 19, 1858 Rochester To Moyer, Mary, 1840-1935 From Hyatt, Hattie.

Date and Place from: November 18, 1858 Rochester To Moyer, Mary, 1840-1935 From Hyatt, Hattie.

Date and Place from: January 27, 1859 Rochester To Moyer, Mary, 1840-1935 From Hyatt, Hattie.

Date and Place from: January 27, 1859 Rochester To Moyer, Mary, 1840-1935 From Hyatt, Hattie.

Date and Place from: May 19, 1859 Rochester To Moyer, Mary, 1840-1935 From Hyatt, Hattie Notes: Writes a religious poem in her letter.

Date and Place from: [18-?] [Camden, N.J.?] To Moyer, Mary, 1840-1935 From Moses, R.G. Notes: Fragment with the name Mrs. Mary Moyer, an address 307 Stevens St., Camden, NJ with the name R.G. Moses B. Minister under address.

Date and Place from: June 15, 1856 Dunnville To Moyer, Mary, 1840-1935 From Moyer, Abraham Nash, 1837-1910.

Date and Place from: July 27, 1856 Dunnville To Moyer, Mary, 1840-1935 From Moyer, Abraham Nash, 1837-1910.

Date and Place from: September 25, 1856 Dunnville To Moyer, Mary, 1840-1935 From Moyer, Abraham Nash, 1837-1910.

Date and Place from: October 01, 1856 Dunnville To Moyer, Mary, 1840-1935 From Moyer, Abraham Nash, 1837-1910 Notes: About the fires that are burning in that part of the country.

Date and Place from: 11.02, 1856 Dunnville To Moyer, Mary, 1840-1935 From Moyer, Abraham Nash, 1837-1910 Notes: "Railroad was opened yesterday, which makes times livelier here."

Date and Place from: 11.13, 1856 Dunnville To Moyer, Mary, 1840-1935 From Moyer, Abraham Nash, 1837-1910.

Date and Place from: May 28, 1859 Rochester To Moyer, Mary, 1840-1935 From Moyer, Abraham Nash, 1837-1910 Notes: About visiting an Indian burying ground.

Date and Place from: September 06, 1859 Rochester To Moyer, Mary, 1840-1935 From Moyer, Abraham Nash, 1837-1910.

Date and Place from: 11.11, 1859 Oswego, Ill. To Moyer, Mary, 1840-1935 From Moyer, Abraham Nash, 1837-1910.

Date and Place from: December 30, 1859 Oswego, Ill. To Moyer, Mary, 1840-1935 From Moyer, Abraham Nash, 1837-1910.

Date and Place from: April 27, 1860 Aurora, Ill. To Moyer, Mary, 1840-1935 From Moyer, Abraham Nash, 1837-1910 Notes: Writes about his professors and school.

Date and Place from: September 16, 1860 Aurora, Ill. To Moyer, Mary, 1840-1935 From Moyer, Abraham Nash, 1837-1910.

Date and Place from: December 08, 1860 Pavilion To Moyer, Mary, 1840-1935 From Moyer, Abraham Nash, 1837-1910 Notes: Letter mainly about the scenery and weather.

Date and Place from: January 26, 1862 Eagles Nest To Moyer, Mary, 1840-1935 From Moyer, Abraham Nash, 1837-1910.

Date and Place from: February 15, 1862 Pekin, Ill. To Moyer, Mary, 1840-1935 From Moyer, Abraham Nash, 1837-1910.

Date and Place from: February 01, 1865 South Cayuga, C.W. To Moyer, Mary, 1840-1935 From Moyer, Abraham Nash, 1837-1910.

Date and Place from: March 09, 1865 South Cayuga, C.W. To Moyer, Mary, 1840-1935 From Moyer, Abraham Nash, 1837-1910.

Date and Place from: October 18, 1865 [C.W., Home?] To Moyer, Mary, 1840-1935 From Moyer, Abraham Nash, 1837-1910.

Schantz Russell Family

Rutherford family collection.

  • SCA325-GA366
  • Fonds
  • 1856-1957

File consists of materials relating to the Rutherford family of Wellesley, Ontario. Includes a subscription list for building a church in Wellesley (dated 1856), a snapshot of Harriet Rutherford Hess and four mounted portraits of members of the Rutherford family. These are identified on the verso as William Rutherford, his wife Mary Jane Freeborn Rutherford, his mother-in-law Jane Freeborn Rutherford and a first wife Ellen Freeborn Rutherford.

Rutherford family

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