Fonds F 1787

Township of Moore fonds


About these records

Title
Township of Moore fonds
Dates of Creation
1850-1966
Physical Description

15 metres of textual records

Scope and Content

Fonds consists of the official records of Moore Township, including Council Minutes, 1850-1962; By-laws, 1850- 1961; Assessment and Collectors Rolls, 1851-1966; Clerk-Treasurer's Records, 1874-1966; Miscellaneous Committee and administrative records, 1854-1960; and Vital Statistics, ca. 1870-1900.

Administrative History or Biographical Sketch

The Township of Moore, Lambton County, Ontario, was incorporated effective January 1, 1850 under the terms of the Baldwin Act, Chapter 81, Canada Statutes, 1849.

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Moore (Ont. : Township)

Restrictions on Access
Council minutes and by-laws are closed for conservation reasons. Researchers must use self service microfilm MS 6898 to MS 6908. Access to Old Age Pension Applications are governed by the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. Requests for access to records 100 years old or less must be submitted in writing to the Information and Privacy Unit of the Archives of Ontario.
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
These records were transferred to the Archives of Ontario by the Council of Moore Township in 1983.
Availability of Other Formats

Council minutes and by-laws are available on self service microfilm, MS 6898 to MS 6908.
Finding Aid
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Consult the finding aid to narrow down your request. Researchers must use microfilm where available; for other records cite the reference code, records title and volume number. For Assessment and Collectors Rolls cite the year and the volume number.

Requests for access to Old Age Pension Applications that are 100 years old or less must be submitted in writing to the Information and Privacy Unit of the Archives of Ontario. Contact a Reference Archivist for further information.

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