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              9 Archival description results for Carbonear (NL)

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              Anglican Parish of Carbonear
              Fonds · 1819-1957

              1 architectural plan, parish registers, correspondence, pew rent records, pastoral letters, financial records. Includes baptisms, marriages and burials. Also includes the architectural plan for St. Peter's Catalina.

              Anglican Parish of Carbonear
              Forward family fonds
              Fonds · 1750-1928

              The fonds contains deeds, conveyances and other legal documents, 1750-1866, Captains' logbooks, 1842-72 (Samuel, 1842, William the Fourth, 1852, Britain, 1853, Harriet Ridley, 1863-65, Six Brothers, 1872), and a Furness Line sailing schedule, 1928.

              The legal documents provide evidence of the acquisition, transfer and subsequent loss of the family's property in Carbonear from 1834 to the 1860s. They also provide evidence of the business activities and associations of the firm of George Forward. The Captains' logbooks detail the voyages of five of the Forward's fleet of foreign-going vessels.

              The records are arranged in three series: 1. Legal documents; 2. Logbooks; 3. Other material.

              Forward (family)
              George Forward fonds
              Fonds · [Microfilmed 1970?] originally created 1842-1858

              The fonds consists of the business ledgers of George Forward for the period 1842-1858. These ledgers record customer accounts with George Forward at Carbonear. Partial indexes are included with some ledgers.

              Forward, George
              Fonds · Microfilmed 1979 (originally created 1807-1810)

              Fonds consists of a microfilmed letterbook containing outgoing correspondence dated from 19 March 1807 to 28 April 1810. The letters were sent by George W. Ledgard and his staff in Poole to his partners John Gosse and Thomas Chancey, in Carbonear, Newfoundland, and to other merchant firms, agents, bankers, and captains.

              Gosse, Chancey & Ledgard (Firm)
              John Keneally fonds
              Fonds · 1856-1917

              The fonds consists of personal papers belonging to John Keneally, including land deeds to Carbonear property (1856-1917), correspondence (1856-1913), insurance policy, "Amelia Emma" (ship) certification, and a lumber catalogue.

              Keneally, John
              Fonds · 1879-1933

              Fonds consists of correspondence and shipping papers for the company operations, 1879 -1933. Material of particular interest is the correspondence and accounts of C. T. Bennett of Bristol, which illustrates the complexities of the marketing structure and the economic factors which affected the salt fish industry as well as providing insight into the day-to-day operations of the business. The fonds also includes vessel expenditures and charter parties. The architect's specifications for the building of the Stonehouse on Water Street, Carbonear, are contained in the correspondence for 1907.

              The fonds is arranged in four series: Correspondence, 1880-1933; Financial records, 1879-1920; Shipping records, 1881-1923; Miscellaneous bound volumes, 1892-1920.

              John Rorke and Sons
              Rev. Plagius Nowlan fonds
              Fonds · 1784-1871

              Fonds consists of records related to Rev. Plagius Nowlan, including baptismal certificate and canonical documents. Fonds also includes newspaper clippings and printed material related to his life.

              Nowlan, Plagius
              Rev. Stephen Flynn fonds
              Fonds · 1850-1899

              Fonds consists of records related to Rev. Stephen Flynn, including his baptismal certificate, canonical certificates of his ordination and pastoral appointments. Fonds also includes newspaper clippings and printed material related to his life.

              Flynn, Stephen
              Thomas Oates & Son fonds
              Fonds · Photocopied [197?] (originally created 1852-1858)

              Fonds consists of a photocopy of a ledger (1853-1858) which contains accounts of individuals who dealt with Thomas Oates & Son. The ledger also includes a list of the crew of the brigantine Belle for the year 1853, under Thomas Oates Sr., master; sealing agreements (1856, 1858); and some copies of legal documents and correspondence (1852).

              Thomas Oates & Son