Item 73-005 - George W. Hatton letter book

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George W. Hatton letter book

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  • 31 July 1917-25 Aug. 1918 (Creation)
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    George W. Hatton

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George W. Hatton, Barrister, Peterborough was Agricultural representative in the Peterborough area for the Ontario Department of Agriculture, and by his own writ, was hoping that Borden would appoint him to the Senate. He was Crown Attorney from October 1914 to his death in 1929.

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This item was in the custody of Professor William L. Morton before it was donated to the Trent University Archives. The history of the item before it was in the custody of Professor Morton is unknown.

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The item consists of a letter book of Mr. George W. Hatton, Barrister, member of the firm Hatton & Wood. Subjects dealt with include legal topics, letters to relatives regarding World War I, and local and national conservative politics.

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The binding of the letter book is weak. Do not photocopy.

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The item was donated by Professor William L. Morton.

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Box 1

Correspondence to City Lawyers (alphabetically by Lawyer)

Bennet and Goodwill
332 - 30 Nov 1916 re: real estate, personal

Gordon, G.N.
8 - 6 July 1916 re: a conveyance
563 - 14 March 1917 re: as assignment
630 - 10 April 1917 re: Isaac Archer

Hall and Hall
10 - 13 July 1916 re: Hatton Trust Fund
125 - 5 Sept 1916 re: mortgages payment J. Carroll
139 - 22 Sept 1916 re: mortgage Stephen Holland property
169 - 2 Oct 1916 re: mortgage John R. Bothwell
173 - 4 Oct 1916 re: Hatton Trust Fund E.H.D. Hall Trustee; mortgage of Elliott
197 - 11 Oct 1916 re: mortgage Minnie Bean (Mrs.); Hatton Trust Fund
215 - 16 Oct 1916 re: mortgage Wm Patterson, Hatton Trust Fund
238 - 31 Oct 1916 re: agreement E.H.D. Hall Trustee and John Davison, Hatton Trust Fund
303 - 22 Nov 1916 re: Rutherford and Bank of Ottawa a/c
306 - 22 Nov 1916 re: mortgage, Elliott, Harstone, Peters
309 - 25 Nov 1916 re: mortgage Harold Lee; Hatton Trust Fund
311 - 25 Nov 1916 re: mortgage Stephen Holland to Mrs. Dean
324 - 1 Dec 1916 re: mortgage W.H. Denham; Hatton Trust Fund
371 - 26 Dec 1916 re: Holland Estate
409 - 11 Jan 1917 re: Hall and Hall, rectory lease rent
448 - 29 Jan 1917 re ibid
547 - 5 March 1917 re: Carroll mortgage; hatton Trust Fund
554 - 8 March 1917 re: mortgage, Peter McNabb, now Duncan Neil McNabb
579 - 20 March 1917 re: mortgage Ellen Hayes; Hatton Trust Fund
579 - 20 March 1917 re: Dean mortgage
583 - 20 March 1917 re: Minnie Bean (Mrs.) mortgage; Hatton T.F.
587 - 21 March 1917 re: mortgage Gustavus Howden; HTF
660 - 20 April 1917 re: personal
775 - 17 May 1917 re: Panye and Freemas
782 - 25 May 1917 re: mortgage Harold Lee, HTF
810 - 14 June 1917 re: Denham
846 - 15 June 1917 re: Payne and Freemas
873 - 26 June 1917 re: rectory lease rent
914 - 13 July 1917 re: Robert Dale, HTF
933 - 21 July 1917 re: statement (encl) HTF

Hall, R.R.
122b - 9 Sept 1916 re: W.E. Brooks
144 - 14 Sept 1916 re: Royal Bank of Canada vs. J.S. Bell estate
649 - 14 April 1917 re: Davidson estate
712 - 4 May 1917 re: S 1/2 Sec 36 Twp 55 Range 19W 4th Province Alberta, Jas Davidson estate
740 - 14 May 1917 re: to Hall as President Peterborough Law Association, renovations in the Court House
786 - 26 May 1917 re: compensation to be allowed liquidator
834 - 12 June 1917 re: agreement J. Davidson estate, with NC Hatton and JH McPherson
838 - 20 June 1917 re: Canadian Cordage and manufacturing Co.
894 - 4 July 1917 re: Division Court Costs: Nixon vs. Watts; correction; estate handled by Goodwill not Hatton

Hayes, Louis M. (formerly of Hall Hayes and Hall)
145 - 23 Sept 1916 re: outstanding a/c
193 - 11 Oct 1916 re: 145
279 - 10 Nov 1916 re: Hatton as Senator
414 - 15 Jan 1917 re: 145, 193
577 - 19 Jan 1917 re: ibid
783 - 25 May 1917 re: outstanding a/c
841 - 14 June 1917 re: mortgage, HA Hammond; interest owed
949 - 30 July 1917 re: 145 et al

Johnston WF (formerly Poussette and Johnson and Dumble and Johnston)
19 - 13 July 1916 re: lease of rectory lands for W.H. Hill; see Hall and Hall 409 and 873

Kerr, F.D.
466 - 3 Feb 1917 re: G.K. Rackham, mortgage of R.A. Elliott, Wm Harstone, Albert Peters. See letter to Hall 306

Moore, W.H.
406 - 10 Jan 1917 re: McIlmoyle and Elliott mortgage

O'Connell, D.
190 - 7 Oct 1916 re: A.H. Stratton, Peterborough Review Printing and Publishing and a lien on a Remington typewriter #112225

Peck, E.A.
170 - 3 Oct 1916 re: discharge mortgage F. Rosborough to H.A. Hammond and Peck
216 - 19 Oct 1916 re: d.m. Michael Carton to same
517 - 26 Feb 1917 re: d.m. Patrick Carroll to same
561 - 14 March 1917 re: Blastorah Assignment, as Inspector
571 - 16 March 1917 re: H.A. Hammond to George Trotter
732 - 11 May 1917 re: d.m. Carroll, P.J. to Hammond et al Hales J.W. to Hammond et al

Peck, Kerr and McElderry
573 - 17 March 1977 re: Thompson vs Perry; misunderstanding of evidence

Ruddy R. (formerly Ruddy and Burnham)
23 - 13 July 1916 re: Sturgeon, R.G. and Co; and W.H. Robertson estate

United Typewriter (who carried a successful law suit against him in 1917)
numbers 359, 486 and 493 re: typewriter ribbons

Wearing, J.
648 - 4 April 1917 re: conveyance Hatton to A.R. Brown
733 - 11 May 1917 re: Re vs Payton

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