• Deed of Bargain and Sale from Stirling H. Nicholson to Samuel Street

      1837-11-01
      Deed of Bargain and Sale from Stirling H. Nicholson to Samuel Street, 1 November 1837. The deed is for 200 acres of land. The names Thomas Mallary and Abel Hogan also appear on the deed.
    • Deed of Bargain and Sale from Thomas Clark Street to William Allan

      1851-04-17
      Deed of Bargain and Sale from Thomas Clark Street to William Allan, 17 April 1851. The deed is for land in the Township of Stamford, including range or block numbers 9, 33 and 45 on a map or plan of the lands belonging to the Falls Company, drawn by James W. Fell, Deputy Provincial Surveyor. The lands were originally purchased from William Forsyth, his wife Jane and son Nelson in 1832.
    • Last will and testament of Samuel Street

      1872-02-12
      Last will and testament of Samuel Street, 12 February 1872. Consists of 5 handwritten pages. The last paragraph written reads “I hereby certify that I have compared what is written on this and the four preceding sheets with the Probate of the Will of the late Samuel Street and find it a true copy of that part thereof, which covers the trusts relating to real? Estate &c mentioned therein”. It is signed by a Justice of the Peace and is dated at Niagara Falls, 12 February 1872.
    • Letter from Daniel Hazen to Thomas Clark

      Hazen, Daniel (1834-08-01)
      Letter to Thomas Clark, Colonel Militia, from Dani Hazen, dated at Walsingham, 1 August 1834. The letter describes early land surveyors in the Townships of Niagara, Willoughby and Stamford, including Allan McDonald (McDonell?) and Philip Frey. Daniel Hazen was a United Empire Loyalist and a land surveyor who surveyed lands in Niagara and Walsingham, Norfolk County. In the letter, he makes a plea to Thomas Clark requesting that he speak or write to the governor requesting that his land in Walpole not be sold.
    • Letter from Samuel Street to Alexander Hamilton

      Street, Samuel (1833)
      Letter from Samuel Street to Alexander Hamilton, 7 January 1833?, dated at Niagara Falls, Chippawa. A reply from Alexander Hamilton, dated January 17 is also included. A list of Alexander and John Hamilton’s account with the firm of Clark and Street is also included, 1835-1837.
    • Letter to Col. Thomas Clark of the 2nd Lincoln Militia from Nathaniel Coffin, Colonel of the Adjutant General Militia, Upper Canada

      Coffin, Nathaniel (1820-03-10)
      Letter addressed to Col. Thomas Clark of the 2nd Lincoln Militia, dated at York, 10 March 1820. The letter is signed by N. Coffin, Colonel of the Adjutant General Militia, Upper Canada. The letter is about an order of Council on January 19, and a reminder not to issue certificates in the names of deceased people, or to those who deserted or were absent without leave.
    • Letter to Samuel Street from Francis Walsh

      Walsh, Francis (1843-06-06)
      Letter to Samuel Street from Francis Walsh, dated at Victoria, 6 June 1843. The letter concerns land registry procedures and mentions the will of the late Hon. R. Hamilton. The letter is postmarked Victoria
    • Letter to Samuel Street from James Kerr

      Kerr, James (1837-08-03)
      Letter to Samuel Street from James Kerr, dated at Oxford, 3 August 1837, concerning a land sale in West Oxford. The letter is postmarked Oxford. The land Kerr refers to is "The 4th con. of West Oxford" and was owned by Doctor Hamilton.
    • Letter to Samuel Street from John Cornell

      Cornell, John (1844-06-13)
      Letter to Samuel Street from John Cornell, dated at Beverly, 13 June 1844. The letter concerns Wilder and James Babcock and entitlement to their late mother’s property. The letter is postmarked Sheffield and Chippawa.
    • Letter to Samuel Street from John Hall

      Hall, John (1837-02-24)
      Letter to Samuel Street from John Hall, dated at Norwich, 24 February 1837, concerning a land sale.
    • Letter to Samuel Street from Louis Bowerman

      Bowerman, Louis (1828-02-29)
      Letter to Samuel Street from Louis Bowerman, dated at Norwich, 29 February 1828, concerning a land sale.
    • Letter to Samuel Street from Rev. R. Mills

      Mills, Rev. R. (1842-09-05)
      Letter to Samuel Street from Rev. R. Mills dated at Brantford, 5 September 1842. The letter concerns purchasing a tract of land in Norwich on which to build a Catholic Church and School. The letter is postmarked Brantford.
    • Letter to Samuel Street from Samuel Kalar

      Kalar, Samuel (1842-02-12)
      Letter to Samuel Street from Samuel Kalar, dated at Norwich, 12 February 1842. The letter concerns business matters involving John Hall and James and William Clark.
    • Letter to Samuel Street from Samuel Kalar

      Kalar, Samuel (1841-05-31)
      Letter to Samuel Street from Samuel Kalar, dated at Norwich, 31 May 1841. The letter concerns John Hall and his difficulty in making loan payments to Samuel Street. George [Syple?] and Philip Snider are also mentioned.
    • Letter to Samuel Street from the Commissariat

      Commissariat (1840-06-24)
      Letter to Samuel Street from the Commissariat dated at Drummondville, 24 June 1840. The letter concerns a bath house.
    • Letter to Samuel Street from Thomas Racey

      Racey, Thomas (1841-12-21)
      Letter to Samuel Street from Thomas Racey of Dundas, dated 21 December 1841. The letter concerns the will of James Culhan, of the Township of Etobicoke. The letter is postmarked Dundas.
    • Letter to Samuel Street from U. O’Kelley

      O'Kelley, U. (1841)
      Letter to Samuel Street from U. O’Kelley, dated at Burford, 21 December 1841. The letter is stamped “money-letter” and postmarked Burford.
    • Letter to Thomas C. Street from Samuel Kalar

      Kalar, Samuel (1847-06-03)
      Letter to Thomas C. Street from Samuel Kalar, dated at Norwich, 3 June 1847. The letter concerns land transactions and mentions the names Robert Burns, Benjamin Gilbert, and Seth Colkins(?). The letter is postmarked Chippawa, Hamilton, Otterville and Queenston.
    • Letter to Thomas C. Street from Samuel Kalar

      Kalar, Samuel (1846-04-21)
      Letter to Thomas C. Street from Samuel Kalar, dated at Norwich, 21 April 1846. The letter concerns Moses Mott and a sale of land. Reference is also made to George Gilbert and Robert Stroud. Kalar also asks Clark to see John Lemon regarding the settlement of his mother’s estate. The letter is postmarked Norwich.
    • Rebellion Losses Claims in the Niagara District Belonging to Thomas Clark Street

      1847-01-02
      Rebellion Losses Claims in the Niagara District belonging to Thomas Clark Street, 2 January 1847. Contains 41 names of individuals or estates making a claim, the amount awarded to each person, and the equivalent amounts in British Pounds. The total of all the claims is £1432,17,3. The names include Adam Crysler; Isaac Tomass; Robert Slater; Richard Yeokam; Henry C. Preen; Henry Bond; Austin Morse; Thomas Wheaton; Andrew Oliphant; Adam Fralick; Thomas Patrick; John Davis; Francis Louison; Matthew Donahae; William Oldfield; George H. Wright; Thomas McClennan?; Estate of Haggai Skinner; Joseph Moore, trustee of Methodist chapel; Estate of Edgworth Ussher; George Nettle; Joseph Wynn & Job Chubbuck; John Misener; Joseph Merriam; Barnabas Johnston; Isaac Brooks; Peter Anderson; Joseph Hamilton; Thomas Panty; Lewis House; Kenneth McKenzie, husband to Charlotte Warren?; Nelson Forsyth; John Slaght, alias Slack; Frederick Smith; John Maxwell; Richard Moffate; Slade Robinson; Charles Stanton; Estate of Samuel Street of Stamford; Thomas C. Street, agent for Falls Co.; and Joseph More.