Collection 98-1000 - Reverend Vincent Clementi collection

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Reverend Vincent Clementi collection

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98-1000

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  • 1860-1932 (Creation)
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    Reverend Vincent Clementi

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2.5 cm of textual records.

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Biographical history

Reverend Clementi came to Lakefield, Canada West and from there moved to Peterborough.

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This collection of documents was acquired by the owner of the house on Aylmer St. where Clementi lived. Documents accrued there until they were donated to Trent University Archives.

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These documents pertain to property in the city of Peterborough (lot 8 on the north side of Townsend Street and on the south side of Dalhousie Street west of Aylmer St.) once owned by Reverend Vincent Clementi. They consist of deeds, mortgages, and include the will of Clementi and his wife Elizabeth. Grantors and mortgage holders include James Hall Sheriff, Allan Macdougall, J.D. Collins, George Barlee, Thomas and Jane Fairbairn, R. Boucher, Katherine Dennistoun, G. Stevenson, H.C. Rogers. Clementi bought the property in 1874.

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This collection of documents was donated by Betty Hinton, descendant of one of the subsequent owners after Rev. Vincent Clementi.

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  1. Crown sale to Robert Patterson of Lot 8 on N. side Townsend St. and on S. side Dalhousie St. west of Aylmer, 1860

  2. Auction Broadside, 1863

  3. Deed, James Hall Sheriff to Allan Hay McDougall, 1863

  4. Mortgage A.H. McDougall to Alexander Walker, 1863

  5. Conveyance Morland to Allan McDougal 1864

  6. Bill of Sale John Reid to Thos. Morland 1862

  7. Memorial A.H. McDougall, Mary Ridleux, A. Fowlis, J. Carnegie, J.D. Collins, 1865

  8. Notice of Sale, 1870

  9. Conditions of Sale, 1870

  10. Notice of mortgage sale, 1870

  11. Notice of sale, 1870

  12. Deed for taxes to Thos. Fairbairn, 1871

  13. Quit Claim deed Thomas M. Fairbairn and Jane R. Fairbairn to George Barlee, 1871

  14. Deed A. Walker to George Barlee, 1871

  15. Abstract of Title, 1872

  16. Mortgage George Barlee to Rev. V. Clementi, 1874

  17. Deed George Barlee to Rev. V. Clementi, 1874

  18. Deed V. Clementi and R.H. Dennistoun to Elizabeth Clementi, 1883

  19. Last Will and Testament of Elizabeth Clementi, 1889

  20. Deed R. Boucher to Rev. V. Clementi, 1890

  21. Will of Rev. V. Clementi, 1899

  22. Mortgage Georgina M.D'E. Stevenson to Katherine A. Dennistoun, 1904

  23. Answers to requisitions, 1904

  24. Deed R.Boucher and H.C. Rogers to G. M. D'E. Stevenson, 1904

  25. Stautory Declarations J.D. Collins, J.A. Hall and E.H.D Hall, 1904

  26. Agreements for sale of land Stevenson to Savigny and Taylor, 1904

  27. Assignment of Mortgage Thos. Evans Bradburn to Harry Evans, 1922

  28. Application for loan by A. Stevenson, 1932.

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