Fonds F 536
12 centimetres of textual records
2 reels of microfilm (textual records)
Fonds consists of records created and accumulated by Joel Stone. Records cover Joel Stone’s activities related to his business affairs and family matters. Records also relate to his settlement in Gananoque and to his various roles such as Justice of the Peace; Colonel in the 2nd Regiment of the Leeds Militia; Surveyor of Highways and Roads; and Commissioner. Records include correspondence; legal documents; reports; receipts; and militia returns and orders.
Fonds also include records created and accumulated by Joel Stone’s relatives. Records include genealogical information, printed materials, transcriptions and clippings.
Subjects include the legal rights of Loyalists in the United States during and after the American Revolution; economic conditions in the late 18th century; politics; the War of 1812; and the Alien Act of 1814.
Joel Stone (1749-1833) was a Loyalist and a founder of Gananoque, Ontario in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century.
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Accession Number: 574.MU 2892.MS 519.
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