Fonds F 1831

United Counties of Northumberland and Durham fonds

About these records

United Counties of Northumberland and Durham fonds
Dates of Creation
Physical Description

1 metre of textual records

7 reels of microfilm (textual records)

Scope and Content

This fonds consists of the official records of Northumberland and Durham County, including Census and Assessment Rolls, 1849-1870; Accounts Common School Fund, 1853-1861; Voters lists, 1854-1855; and Poll Books, 1816-1872.

Administrative History or Biographical Sketch

The United Counties of Northumberland and Durham was incorporated under Canada Statutes 1849, Chapter 78, effective January 1, 1850.

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Northumberland and Durham (Ont. : County)

Restrictions on Access
No restrictions on access.
Terms For Use and Reproduction
Copyright held by creator. There are no restrictions on reproduction. If you wish to publish any of this material, please contact a Reference Archivist through the reference desk.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
The bulk of these records were loaned to the Archives of Ontario by Trent University ca. 1970 and the originals were acquired from the Region of Durham ca. 1980.
Related Material

See F 1549, Town of Bowmanville fonds.

See F 1574, Town of Campbellford fonds.

See F 1580, Township of Cartwright fonds.

See F 1589, Township of Clarke fonds.

See F 1593, Town of Cobourg fonds.

See F 1594, Village of Colborne fonds.

See F 1602, Township of Cramahe fonds.

See F 1608, Township of Darlington fonds.

See F 1697, Township of Hamilton fonds.

See F 1759, Township of Manvers fonds.

See F 1800, District of Newcastle fonds.

See F 1858, Township of Percy fonds.

See F 1874, Town of Port Hope fonds.

See F 1911, Township of Seymour fonds.

See F 1928, Township of South Monaghan fonds.


Originals returned to donor following microfilming.

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By Microfilm Interloan
MS 10 is available through the Interloan Service of the Archives of Ontario.