• Account of the estate of Charles Field to Thomas Otway Page

      Hurst, Isaac; Clench, Ralph (1825-06-13)
      Account of the estate of Charles Field to Thomas Otway Page, dated at Niagara 13 June 1825. The total amount of the estate is 54 pounds, 1 shilling and ten pence. It is signed by Isaac Hurst and [Ralph] Clench.
    • Letter to Charles Fields from Thomas Gough

      Gough, Thomas (1809-11-20)
      Letter to Charles Fields from Thomas Gough, dated at Niagara, 20 November 1809. The letter contains instructions for Charles to claim his brother’s lands.
    • Letter to Charles Fields from William King

      King, William (1829-07-22)
      Letter to Charles Fields from William King, 22 July 1829. The letter concerns the rent of a shop to Fields.
    • Manuscript certificate

      Kerr, Robert (1803-02-11)
      Manuscript certificate, dated 11 February 1803, signed by Robert Kerr, Surrogate, D.N [District of Niagara]. The certificate states “I do hereby certify that Charles Fields of Niagara administered to the Estate of his Brother James Fields late of Niagara…County of Lincoln…”
    • Manuscript search in the Surveyor General’s Office

      1803-04-04
      Manuscript search in the Surveyor General’s Office, York, 4 April 1803, re: lot of James Field in the Township of Beverly, signed by Samuel Ridout. The reverse contains information about James’ brothers, Charles, John, and Thomas.
    • Power of attorney, Charles Field to Thomas Gough

      1809-07-11
      Power of attorney, Charles Field to Thomas Gough (attorney) to receive lots of his brother James Field, 11 July 1809.
    • Power of attorney, William Carver (signed x) to Charles Field

      Kerr, Robert (1804-06-25)
      Power of attorney, William Carver (signed x) to Charles Field to obtain a land grant of one acre, lot number 228, Town of Niagara. The document is dated 25 June 1804 and is signed by Charles Field. The signatures of Samuel Casey, Isaac Hurst and James Field are included as witnesses. The reverse side contains additional text dated 19 January 1805 and signed by Robert Kerr.
    • Sale of 100 acres of Crown land to Ralph Field in the Township of Grimsby

      1846-01-12
      Sale of 100 acres of Crown land to Ralph Field in the Township of Grimsby (lot number 5 in the Gore) for £100, dated at Montreal, 12 January 1846. The document is signed by [Charles] Cathcart and D. Daly. Ralph Field (1798-1858) was the son of Gilbert Field and Eleanor Morden. Ralph was a farmer who lived in Smithville, Lincoln County. He married Bethiah Hill and had seven children, four boys and three girls.