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Calvin family estate sous-fonds

Forms part of : Kirkpatrick-Nickle legal collection. Rafting, ship-building and forwarding, Garden Island, Ont. Correspondence, financial records and legal documents of the Calvin family deposited in their lawyers' vault. A considerable amount of the material relates to the settling of the estate of D.D. Calvin, the founder of the company.

Calvin (family)

Dennis Lake estate sous-fonds

The land papers in this sous-fonds trace the changes in ownership of various lots, often from the original Crown grants. The business papers reflect interest rates, rents, assessments and taxes, school tuition, wages paid for work on the farm and the clearing of land. The prices of various household commodities, receipts for carding and fulling, invoices for spinning and weaving, and for tailoring, give interesting information about household life during the main span of years covered, 1832 to 1874.

Lake, Dennis

Ernest Lloyd Janney estate sous-fonds

This sous-fonds consists of records which reflect the business operations, minutes and accounts of Janney Aircraft and Boats Limited, as well as some of the more personal papers pertaining to land and loan agreements of Janney and his wife Ellen.

Janney, Ernest Lloyd

Francis Hardy Fraser estate sous-fonds

This sous-fonds includes records which reflect the life of a young man of means: bills for clothing, books, cigars, hotels, pool and billiards.There are also records that pertain to his financial dealings regarding the properties that he owned in Kingston (including a floor plan for a house on William Street) and the Chancery case in which he was a defendent. There are a number of documents pertaining to properties in and around Kingston, including Lot 24 of the City of Kingston. There is also correspondence with the Hospital Superintendent which documents the personal hospital-patient relationships that occured in that era.

Fraser, Francis Hardy

James Morton estate sous-fonds

The sous-fonds is predominantly comprised of land documents, insurance and correspondence relating to Lot 107 in the town of Kingston; the property was infromally known as the Rocheleau property. There is also a large amount of material pertaining to the Kingston Brewery and Distillery, particulary financial statements,accounts, credit documents and bills payable and receivable. There is also a small amount of miscellaneous business correspondence pertaining to Morton's other business ventures.

Morton, James

Kingston Rectory Fund sous-fonds

The sous-fonds is comprised of the records of R. Vachon Rogers, partner in Kirkpatrick and Nickle, who became the solicitor and Rector's Agent to the Fund on the death of Dr. James A. Henderson in 1890. These papers were created druing the time of his practical administration and include leases, insurance payments, the Glebe farm, vouchers, tax bills, etc. There are no minutes and little correspondence, of particular interest are a few architectural elevations for shop fronts by Newlands and Thomas Power. Of particular note are the numerous drafts of a private bill, an Act respecting St. George's Church, Kingston (57 Vict C.23), 1894 that formalized the operation of the Rectory Fund under the Rector of St. George's and Kingston Rectory Committee appointed by Synod of Diocese of Ontario.

Kingston Rectory Fund

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