KeywordMcSloy, James A.
McSloy, Hugh E.
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Public works -- Ontario -- St. Catharines -- History -- Sources.
Registers of births, etc. -- Ontario -- Merritton.
Registers of births, etc. -- Ontario -- St. Catharines
Marriage records -- Ontario -- Merritton
Marriage records -- Ontario -- St. Catharines
Merritton (Ont.) -- History -- Sources
Merritton (Ont.) -- Genealogy.
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AbstractThe collection consists of two registration books detailing the births, marriages and deaths recorded by officials in Merritton, as well as two by-laws issued by the Village of Merritton . Volume 1 - Record of Marriage Licenses, 1921-1960 and Volume 2 - Register of Births, Marriages and Deaths, 1895-1900. Full access to Volume 1 has been restricted due to privacy legislation. Copies are available for unrestricted years (1921-1926).
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Merritton Pen Centre Lions photographs, 1960.Cameron, Chantal (2012-02-16)Two black and white photographs of the Merritton Pen Centre Lions, dated 1960. One photograph is of the team, and the other one is of the pitching staff. The photograph of the team includes Bill Colbey (Lions Club), Jack McFadden, Bob Sunderland, Gary Blank, John MacDonald, John Davis (Coach), John Dempsey, Art Barclay, Frank Krsul, Percy Gilligan (Pen Centre), Terry Saxton, George Krusl, Dave Morris, Ian MacDonald (Mgr), Pete Holowchuk, Bernie Stubbert, Bill Hicks, Jim Thomson (Bat Boy), George Depitris (Property) and Charlie McGuire. Jim Hale is absent. The photograph of the pitching staff includes John Dempsey, Art Barclay and John MacDonald.
Office of the City Clerk, St. Catharines Records, 1876-1974, n.d.Adams, Anne; Williams, Edie (2011-01-28)Correspondence, meeting minutes, membership lists, newsletters, biographies and organizational history.
Merritton Fire Department fonds, 1888-1974, n.d.Cameron, Chantal (2018-09-21)The fonds contains information about the activities of the Merritton Fire Department. The bulk of the collection consists of minute books. Other materials include committee reports, fire reports, member accounts books, and administrative papers including correspondence and financial documents.