Richmond Hill Public Library News Index
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Decade:  1830  Geographic Location:  Richmond Hill   Sort by:  Relevance
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Shooting of Robert Moodie 
Image  4 Dec 1837  Pen & ink drawing after an engraving.
James Newton's contract of employment 
Text  8 Jul 1835  Contract of employment signed by James Newton. The community of Elgin Mills, a mile north of Richmond Hill, was really considered a part of the village, owing to its proximity and the fact that a number of men from here were employed at the Newton Tannery. Bicycles were a popular means of...
Indenture for a parcel of land 
Text  6 May 1837  An indenture indicating a purchase of a parcel of land in Vaughan by James Newton from Aaron Munshaw. A part of the document was ripped off and didn't survive.
Letter written by Colonel Robert Moodie 
Text  1833-1837  A letter written by Colonel Moodie to James Newton concerning rent of a room in a house. In May 1833 James Newton was departing for Canada from Berwick-Upon-Tweed; Colonel Moodie was killed during Rebellion of 1837. Therefore, the letter was written between May 1833 and December 1837.
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