Browsing Jarvis family fonds, 1789-1847, n.d. RG 563 by Title
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Two military land grants, Sir Peregrine Maitland to Samuel Peters Jarvis of Captain Heward’s Flank Company in the 3rd York Regiment of YorkTwo military land grants, Sir Peregrine Maitland to Samuel Peters Jarvis of Captain Heward’s Flank Company in the 3rd York Regiment of York. The first grant is for 200 acres of land in Ekfrid Township, County of Middlesex, London District, 29 November 1827. The second grant is the same, except for 300 acres of land. Both grants signed by Maitland as Lieutenant Governor of Upper Canada; William Beverly Robinson, Attorney General; Stephen Heward, Auditor General of Land Patents (Jarvis’ Captain during the War of 1812); and Duncan Cameron, Secretary. Both grants have a hard seal of Upper Canada attached.
Upper Canada Sheriff’s Deed, 27 March 1833Upper Canada Sheriff’s Deed, dated 27 March 1833. The deed is for a sale of land at public auction in the Gore District, purchased by Thomas Clark of Stamford, Niagara. The deed is signed by William Munson Jarvis, Sheriff of the District of Gore.
Written Indenture and Deed of Surrender1841-11-02Written indenture between Henry Fry, his wife Eleanor, and John McMurrick (representing the Fry estate) in the first part and William Benjamin Robinson of St.Catharines in the District of Niagara of the second part for the sale of land to Robinson, 2 November 1841. Also a deed of surrender to the Crown by Robinson and his wife Eliza to Samuel Peters Jarvis, Chief Superintendent of Indian Affairs, on behalf of the Queen, of the same land, Rama Township, for a reserve for the Chippewa tribe of Indians, 8 December 1843. The documents are handwritten on 2 sheets of vellum and joined at the bottom by four red seals.
Written statement of a medical board in pursuance of a garrison order dated 12 October, 18281828-10-12Written statement of a medical board in pursuance of a garrison order dated 12 October, 1828, at Kingston “to examine and report upon a wound received by Lieut. William Munson Jarvis by the enemy at York in Upper Canada on 27 April 1813…The Board having met and minutely examined the above named Officer and find that the vision of the right eye is very naturally impaired from the injury received and not likely to be benefited by any treatment”. Signed by J.D. Miller, staff surgeon; John Winterscale, surgeon; and James Geddes, assistant staff surgeon.