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Kirkpatrick-Nickle fonds Sous-fonds
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Browne and Harty estate sous-fonds

The sous-fonds was comprised of documents brought together as a result of the law suit of Browne v. Dollard in Chancery, 1872, which involved the winding up of the partnership. Included are business papers, business correspondence regarding land lots, and a number of land documents involving various land lots in the Kingston area.

Browne and Harty

Horace Yeomans estate sous-fonds

The sous-fonds consists of business papers, and those other papers connected with the settling of Yeoman's estate. There is little of a personal or even professional nature in this material. The records have been arranged chronologically within the following record groupings: correspondence; bills and receipts; promissory notes; payment notes; assessment notices; accounts; legal papers; land papers; estate papers; and, miscellaneous records. Of particular note is a letter written on November 8, 1844 concerning Dr. Horace Yeomans and signed by Thomas Kirkpatrick and John A. Macdonald.

Yeomans, Horace

Ira Allen Breck estate sous-fonds

The sous-fonds consists of records pertaining to the estate of Ira Breck and includes correspondence, business papers, financial records, land documents, insurance policies and material relating to bankruptcies and the settling of the estate. Of partucular interest are records pertaining to two schooners owned by Breck, the "Jessie H. Breck" and the "Oliver Mowat".

Breck, Ira Allen

James Godfrey estate sous-fonds

The sous-fonds predominantly consists of correspondence between the James Godfrey's children regarding the estate of their father. There are also land documents regarding 156 Bagot Street and 216 Gordon Street specifically, financial papers reflecting mortgages held and miscellaneous papers regarding the settlement of the estate.

Godfrey, James

Macnee estate sous-fonds

The sous-fonds is comprised of records pertaining to both the estate of James Macnee and Sarah Elizabeth Macnee and includes correspondence, financial records and legal documents. Also included are papers created and received by the Macnee Trust in the management of various properties and includes documents pertaining to the businesses that rented these properties, including Rigney and Hickey, grocery and liquor stores; Mendels Ladies Wear; Laura Secord confectionary; Crumley Brothers, dry goods; Ben Lee, grocer; Metropolitan Stores; and Steacy and Steacy.

Macnee (family)

Macpherson Trust sous-fonds

The sous-fonds predominantly consists of legal document pertaining to the establishment and administration of the marriage settlement and resulting trust. Records include land documents, leases and mortgages for a number of properties in Kingston centering around Nelson Street, Collingwood Street, King Street and Beverley Street. Also included are a number of documents pertaining to Water Lot 5 in the City of Toronto.

Macpherson, Frances Amelia

Robert McIntyre estate sous-fonds

The sous-fonds is comprised of correspondence arranged alphabetically by correspondent, primarily consisting of letters received, including letters from: Commission merchants in Montreal handling butter and wool on consignment, e.g. Ayer & Beattie, J. H. Mooney and J. & W. Gunn. A number of letters are fom Prince Edward County from David Smart, prominent lawyer, friend and brother-in-law. There are also a number of papers dealing with the running of McIntyre's business, including accounts and receipts from suppliers including such firms as: Haldimand Distillery; Frontenac and Portsmouth Breweries; Commerical Mills Distillery; Converse, Colson and Lamb; Drennan's Penitentiary Cabinet Warehouse; R. M. Horsey; Otto Kapp & Co.; and Western Tray Company. There are also business records, accounts, receipts and some material relating to lawsuits and of a personal nature. There is also a small amount of material pertaining to customer's accounts and 4 letters of a personal nature from family members.

McIntyre, Robert

Sir Charles James Stuart estate sous-fonds

The sous-fonds consists of correspondence, Power of Attorneys, deeds, maps, plans and notices which document Stuart's inheritance of the north west part of the Magdalen Ferguson tract (roughly bound by Division, James, Plum, Barrie and Pine streets) in Kingston which he prepared to sell off by auction. The records reflect Sir Charles' decision to settle partition of his lands from his uncle's (the Archdeacon George O'Kill Stuart) and the management of unsold land, some of which was located in Loughborough township.

Stuart, Sir Charles James

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