• Letter addressed to D. M. McFarland, M.P.P. from S.D. Woodruff

      Woodruf, S.D. (1850-07-10)
      Letter addressed to D. M. McFarland, M.P.P. [Duncan McFarland had a seat in the 3rd parliament of Canada as a member of the Welland riding] from S.D. Woodruff. Mr. Woodruff expresses his gratitude to Mr. McFarland for taking the trouble to meet with Mr. Thomas Bell regarding Lot 30, Concession 2 of Enniskillen, July 10, 1850.
    • Letter from Thomas Bell to S.D. Woodruff

      Bell, Thomas (1850-08-10)
      Letter in which Thomas Bell informs S.D. Woodruff that he has the patent for Lot 30, Concession 2 in Enniskillen and he will hand it over himself, Aug. 10, 1850.
    • Letter to Mr. Joseph Woodruff

      1848-12-04
      Letter to Mr. Joseph Woodruff stating that the affidavit which was taken by him [Joseph Woodruff] over a year since of Richard and William Woodruff attesting to the death of Richard Clement and of James Duffin Cleveland for Lot no.30, Concession 2 of Enniskillen was held by Mr. Thomas Bell and agents. All of his papers were consumed by a fire. The writer asks for a new form to be drawn. [The letter is unsigned but is from Port Robinson and most likely written by Samuel D. Woodruff], Dec. 4, 1848.
    • Letter to Mr. Lee from Samuel D. Woodruff

      Woodruff, Samuel D. (1848-02-21)
      Letter to Mr. Lee from Samuel D. Woodruff which states that in July the affidavits were sent for the purpose of getting the patent for Lot no.30, Concession 2 in Enniskillen. Mr. Woodruff requests a receipt of that information and he would like to know about the progress on the patent. The left hand of the letter is completely burned away although most of the text is still intact, Feb. 21, 1848.
    • Letter to Mr. Steers from Samuel D. Woodruff regarding Lot 30

      Woodruff, Samuel D. (1848-04-18)
      Letter to Mr. Steers from Samuel D. Woodruff regarding Lot 30, Concession 2 in Enniskillen (1 double sided page). Mr. Woodruff is asking Mr. Steers to inform him if he will attest to the claim of Mr. Clement. This letter is written in pencil and is quite faded but the text is still legible, April 18, 1848.
    • Letter to Samuel D. Woodruff from Thomas Steers and W.M. Kelly

      Steers, Thomas (1847-06-25)
      Letter to Samuel D. Woodruff from Thomas Steers and W.M. Kelly stating that they have been successful in getting the patent through for Mrs. Clement for Lot no.30, Concession 2 in Enniskillen. James Clement is not of age and he cannot transfer his right to his brother Joseph. There is no obstacle of the patent being issued in Richard’s name. There are some notes in pencil on this document. The document is torn, and stained, but text is not affected. The postmark on the outside is Montreal, June 26, 1847, June 25, 1847.
    • Province of Upper Canada Grant to Robert Melville

      1837-06-15
      A Province of Upper Canada Grant (vellum) to Robert Melville of Niagara. He was a captain in the 68th Regiment of Foot. He is granted 700 acres in lots 3, 4 and 7 and the west half of lot 8 in the 11th Concession of the Township of Enniskillen – Folio no. 527, June 15, 1837.