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Allen-Bellamy family fonds.
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Miscellaneous items: - postcards: West gate entrance to Algonquin Park; Oshawa hospital; King Street East, looking West, Oshawa, Ontario - newspaper clippings - Maps: Dominion of Canada and Adjacent Regions; prepared by Natural Resources Intelligence Service, Dept. of the Interior, Ottawa, n.d. Township of Murray in the County of Northumberland; Province of Ontario Office of Public Roads and Highways, n.d. [1915?] Township of Brighton in the County of Northumberland; Province of Ontario Office of Public Roads and Highways, 1915 Also, rolled maps (located in Map Cabinet – Drawer 13): Road Map of the United Counties of Northumberland & Durham, 1924 Road Map of the County of Victoria, 1950 Road Map of the County of Lennox & Addington, 1950
Miscellaneous items: - postcards: West gate entrance to Algonquin Park; Oshawa hospital; King Street East, looking West, Oshawa, Ontario - newspaper clippings - Maps: Dominion of Canada and Adjacent Regions; prepared by Natural Resources Intelligence Service, Dept. of the Interior, Ottawa, n.d. Township of Murray in the County of Northumberland; Province of Ontario Office of Public Roads and Highways, n.d. [1915?] Township of Brighton in the County of Northumberland; Province of Ontario Office of Public Roads and Highways, 1915 Also, rolled maps (located in Map Cabinet – Drawer 13): Road Map of the United Counties of Northumberland & Durham, 1924 Road Map of the County of Victoria, 1950 Road Map of the County of Lennox & Addington, 1950
Pamphlets pertaining to Churches attended by the family: Colborne United Church: annual reports, 1968-1975; Sunday service programs, 1971-1981; Colborne Pastoral Charge, ca. 1983; correspondence, 1978 Salem United Church, 1955-1963; Rules and Regulations of Salem Cemetery, ca. 1949 “Our Treasured Recipes: Anglican Church Women: St. James’ Roseneath; St. George’s Hastings”, n.d. “United Church Women: Constitution Interim Issue of By-Laws and Handbook”, n.d. “The Dominion Council of The Woman’s Association of the United Church of Canada”, 1959
Pamphlets pertaining to Churches attended by the family: Colborne United Church: annual reports, 1968-1975; Sunday service programs, 1971-1981; Colborne Pastoral Charge, ca. 1983; correspondence, 1978 Salem United Church, 1955-1963; Rules and Regulations of Salem Cemetery, ca. 1949 “Our Treasured Recipes: Anglican Church Women: St. James’ Roseneath; St. George’s Hastings”, n.d. “United Church Women: Constitution Interim Issue of By-Laws and Handbook”, n.d. “The Dominion Council of The Woman’s Association of the United Church of Canada”, 1959
Handwritten menu book of Presqu’ile Hotel, Brighton, Ontario, 1958-1959 (Note: accompanying note states that Ruth Bellamy bought the “menu book” at a Presqu’ile Hotel auction sale in the late 1960s or early 1970s)
Handwritten menu book of Presqu’ile Hotel, Brighton, Ontario, 1958-1959 (Note: accompanying note states that Ruth Bellamy bought the “menu book” at a Presqu’ile Hotel auction sale in the late 1960s or early 1970s)
Castleton, Ontario, local history: includes notes on Bush School, newspaper clippings, two Castleton United Church centennial (1865-1965) pamphlets (Note: materials compiled/collected by Ruth Bellamy)
Castleton, Ontario, local history: includes notes on Bush School, newspaper clippings, two Castleton United Church centennial (1865-1965) pamphlets (Note: materials compiled/collected by Ruth Bellamy)
Local history materials collected by Ruth Bellamy, who took several courses in the 1970s. The history mainly encompasses Northumberland County; materials include newspaper clippings, notes from classes, etc. (Note: these items were received in a fragile black binder which has been discarded)
Local history materials collected by Ruth Bellamy, who took several courses in the 1970s. The history mainly encompasses Northumberland County; materials include newspaper clippings, notes from classes, etc. (Note: these items were received in a fragile black binder which has been discarded)
Duotang of typed stories about Northumberland County and surrounding areas, ca. 1940s, assumed to have been collected by Ruth Bellamy: scattered local names appear throughout; several stories are taken from newspapers; possibly part of reading material provided for local history class; some titles include “The Serpent Mounds,” “Indians of Ontario,” “Sainte-Marie/Excursion into Living History,” etc. (Note: in most cases, the original sources are not provided)
Duotang of typed stories about Northumberland County and surrounding areas, ca. 1940s, assumed to have been collected by Ruth Bellamy: scattered local names appear throughout; several stories are taken from newspapers; possibly part of reading material provided for local history class; some titles include “The Serpent Mounds,” “Indians of Ontario,” “Sainte-Marie/Excursion into Living History,” etc. (Note: in most cases, the original sources are not provided)
Salem, Ontario local history, written by Ruth Bellamy, about life in Salem, Ontario, Cramahe Township, Northumberland County
Salem, Ontario local history, written by Ruth Bellamy, about life in Salem, Ontario, Cramahe Township, Northumberland County
Cramahe Township, Northumberland County, Ontario: historical research, newspaper clippings, notes, 1943-2006
Cramahe Township, Northumberland County, Ontario: historical research, newspaper clippings, notes, 1943-2006
Northumberland County newspaper clippings re local history, ca. 1970s; local date calendars
Northumberland County newspaper clippings re local history, ca. 1970s; local date calendars
Northumberland County scrapbook of births, marriages, and deaths of friends and family of Kathryn Bellamy: newspaper clippings and cards
Northumberland County scrapbook of births, marriages, and deaths of friends and family of Kathryn Bellamy: newspaper clippings and cards
Bellamy family genealogy: includes family trees and lists of names and dates; memorial cards, death notices, newspaper clippings, correspondence (Note: some information pertaining to the local area is found throughout)
Bellamy family genealogy: includes family trees and lists of names and dates; memorial cards, death notices, newspaper clippings, correspondence (Note: some information pertaining to the local area is found throughout)
Allen family genealogy: includes family trees and family genealogical information; memorial cards, death notices, newspaper clippings
Allen family genealogy: includes family trees and family genealogical information; memorial cards, death notices, newspaper clippings
Family genealogy and Northumberland County historical information
Family genealogy and Northumberland County historical information
Dougald Bellamy and Phoebe Schriver marriage certificate
Dougald Bellamy and Phoebe Schriver marriage certificate
Dougald and Phoebe Bellamy (grandparents of Ken Bellamy)
Dougald and Phoebe Bellamy (grandparents of Ken Bellamy)
Catherine Hennessey: autograph book, 1881-1882; small book titled “Daily Food for Christians”, n.d. with inscriptions “To Our Dear Friends Mr. & Mrs. Mutton, Xmas 1883” and “Kate Mutton, Shiloh, Ont. 1900”; probate of will, 1923; Wedding invitation, memorial cards, death notices of several Mutton and Hennessey family members, 1917-1936 (Note: accompanying notes in the folder explain relationships) Outsized drawing, located in Large Materials Cabinet – Drawer 54: “Catherine Hennessey (nee Mutton), b. 1849, d. 1932 in Northumberland County. Mother of Beatrice B. Allen (nee Hennessey), grandmother of Ruth C. Bellamy (nee Allen)” (note: this outsized piece is exquisitely drawn and the facial area has been coloured slightly; the piece appears to have been purposely beveled outwards from the centre, i.e. only the outer edge meets a flat surface)
Catherine Hennessey: autograph book, 1881-1882; small book titled “Daily Food for Christians”, n.d. with inscriptions “To Our Dear Friends Mr. & Mrs. Mutton, Xmas 1883” and “Kate Mutton, Shiloh, Ont. 1900”; probate of will, 1923; Wedding invitation, memorial cards, death notices of several Mutton and Hennessey family members, 1917-1936 (Note: accompanying notes in the folder explain relationships) Outsized drawing, located in Large Materials Cabinet – Drawer 54: “Catherine Hennessey (nee Mutton), b. 1849, d. 1932 in Northumberland County. Mother of Beatrice B. Allen (nee Hennessey), grandmother of Ruth C. Bellamy (nee Allen)” (note: this outsized piece is exquisitely drawn and the facial area has been coloured slightly; the piece appears to have been purposely beveled outwards from the centre, i.e. only the outer edge meets a flat surface)
Catherine Hennessey (nee Mutton) (wife of William Hennessey, Hilton, Ontario; mother of Beatrice Allen and grandmother of Ruth Bellamy)
Catherine Hennessey (nee Mutton) (wife of William Hennessey, Hilton, Ontario; mother of Beatrice Allen and grandmother of Ruth Bellamy)
Auction sale poster for sale of the Allen family farm machinery and household furnishings, Colbourne, Ontario, n.d. (sale by Claude Allen, son of Durward and Beatrice Allen)
Auction sale poster for sale of the Allen family farm machinery and household furnishings, Colbourne, Ontario, n.d. (sale by Claude Allen, son of Durward and Beatrice Allen)
Durward Allen: sympathy cards and newspaper clippings relating to the death of Durward Allen, January 1968
Durward Allen: sympathy cards and newspaper clippings relating to the death of Durward Allen, January 1968
Durward Allen: workbook indicating jobs he performed for people in the Colborne area, 1954-1957; finance accounts booklet, 1921-1924;
Durward Allen: workbook indicating jobs he performed for people in the Colborne area, 1954-1957; finance accounts booklet, 1921-1924;
Beatrice Allen: 4 photographs of antiques which had belonged to Beatrice; also photograph showing a large group of women and girls plus two men (a formal pose in front of a building), ca. 1900. The people are identified and include such names as “Mrs. D. Allen”, Carr, Morgan, Hennessey, Rightman, Davidson, and others
Beatrice Allen: 4 photographs of antiques which had belonged to Beatrice; also photograph showing a large group of women and girls plus two men (a formal pose in front of a building), ca. 1900. The people are identified and include such names as “Mrs. D. Allen”, Carr, Morgan, Hennessey, Rightman, Davidson, and others
Beatrice Allen: miscellaneous newspaper clippings and handwritten poems, lyrics, etc. (thought to have belonged to Beatrice)
Beatrice Allen: miscellaneous newspaper clippings and handwritten poems, lyrics, etc. (thought to have belonged to Beatrice)
Beatrice Allen: scrapbook of sympathy cards and loose newspaper clippings relating to Beatrice’s death, October 1954; also photocopy of will, 1948
Beatrice Allen: scrapbook of sympathy cards and loose newspaper clippings relating to Beatrice’s death, October 1954; also photocopy of will, 1948
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