Ontario Government Record Series RG 22-408

Renfrew County Surrogate Court registers

About these records

Renfrew County Surrogate Court registers
Dates of Creation
1867-1932, 1948-1959
Physical Description

7 reels of microfilm (textual records)

10 volumes of textual records

Scope and Content

Series consists of volumes that contain copies of all grants of probate, administration and guardianship issued by the Renfrew County Surrogate Court.

These records are arranged chronologically into volume numbers A to M (1867-1932), V to Z (1948-1954) and 1 to 5 (1955-1959). Volumes dated 1933 to 1947 are missing and presumed destroyed.

Administrative History or Biographical Sketch

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Ontario. Surrogate Courts
Restrictions on Access
No restrictions on access.
Terms For Use and Reproduction
Copyright is primarily held by the Crown. There are no restrictions on reproduction. Permission of the Archives of Ontario is required for publication; submit a Request for Permission to Publish, Exhibit or Broadcast Form.
Related Material

See Series RG 22-364 for corresponding estate files.

Finding Aid
A volume list is available for this series. A reel listing is available for registers covering the time period 1867-1932 in the User's Guide to Surrogate Court microfilm reels. Click here to view

Agency or agencies that created these records

These records were created by the following Ontario government agency or agencies. Click on the agency reference code for information about this agency and other records it created.

1867-1959 :

Surrogate Courts (BA44)

How to order these records

From our Reading Rooms

To view material from 1867-1932, first consult the User's Guide to Surrogate Court microfilm reels to round down your search. For later material, consult volume list.

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By Microfilm Interloan
Some of this material is available through the Archives of Ontario's Microfilm Interloan Service, which allows you to borrow microfilmed archival records through a library or other institution that participates in the interlibrary loan system.