Fonds F 775

Miscellaneous collection

About these records

Miscellaneous collection
Dates of Creation
Physical Description

7.6 metres of textual records

Scope and Content

The miscellaneous collection is an artificial accumulation of documents assembled over a period of many years. There is no specific focus to the collection. Most of the collection is comprised of individual textual items such as letters, deeds, bonds, lists, warrants, invitations, certificates, etc. In some cases a number of items from one individual have been preserved as a unit within the collection. Most of the items in the collection are original documents; however, some are photocopies.

The collection is arranged chronologically, with undated items appearing at the beginning of the listing.

Restrictions on Access
Access to the original records is restricted if the item is available on microfilm or online as a digital image. Otherwise, there are no restrictions on access.
Terms For Use and Reproduction
Copyright held by creator. These materials cannot be published without permission from the copyright holder.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Collection was acquired by the Archives in many accessions.

Title supplied from nature of collection.

Please note, item 1788 #5 is missing as of September, 2016.


No further accruals are expected.

Finding Aid
No online list is available for this fonds.

How to order these records

From our Reading Rooms

First consult the listing in the inventory for F 775 to narrow down search.

"A roll of the Inhabitants of the Midland District in the province of Upper Canada who adhered to the Unity of the Empire, and joined the Royal Standard in America, before the Treaty of Separation in the year 1783." (1796, item 3) is available on self-service microfilm MS 788. It is the fifth collection on the reel.

A "List of coffins and funeral charges kept by Thomas B. Clench from the time he commenced business in Cobourg" (1826, item 5) is available on self-service microfilm MS 26.

The Ontario Government's copy of the James Bay Treaty (Treaty Number 9) has been digitized as part of the Archives' online exhibit "The James Bay Treaty Turns 100".

In order to view items listed as part of the Mss. [Manuscripts] Scrapbooks Collection, please consult the Manuscript, Biography, or Genealogy card catalogue available on microfiche in the Reading Room.

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By Microfilm Interloan
This material is not available through Interloan.