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Name Brinkman, Joshua
Places of residence Arran Township

Associated Records

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A2006.211.007-.017 - Minute books and financial records

These are administrative and financial records of the Purple Hill Loyal Orange Lodge #612 which met in the Arkwright area of Bruce County. Item List: .006 Treasurers’ book, 1897-1965 .007 Minute book, with headings "By-laws", "Cash Account", "Attendance and Payments", "Degrees", "Propositions"1856-1863 .008 Minute book, includes "attendance and payments" information, 1864-1868 .009 Minute book, 1868-1883 .010 Roll book, 1884-1900 .011 Minute book, cover and pages missing, 1886-1897 .012 Membership and minute book, 1897-1907, 1916 .013 Financial secretary's roll book, 1903-1911 .014 Membership and minute book, 1908-1916 .015 Financial secr

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A2014.049.303 - Mount Hope Women's Institute Tweedsmuir community history

Mount Hope Women’s Institute Tweedsmuir Community History Volume #1 (as numbered by the Women's Institute) Blue hard covers with posts; custom Tweedsmuir covers. Contains: Farm histories from Concession B to Concession 4, including people. Many original photographs.

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AX2011.200.009 - Ledger

Ledger, 1907? - 1908? for Arkwright General Store. "A.G. Esplen, Arkwright, Ont." inscribed on inside cover, with "Bought at "The Leader" Book and Stationary Store, Tara." Spine and corners are covered in leather, with spine title "Ledger." Each page bears the name of a customer and list of amounts owed and paid.

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AX2011.200.013 - General store day book

Day Book, 1904-1905 for a general store whose customers appear to have resided in Arran Township in the Arkwright / Burgoyne areas, likely the Esplen General Store in Arkwright. The store sold produce, clothing, shoes, tobacco and miscellaneous household goods.

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AX2011.200.014 - Bills, Invoices and Accounts

Collection of invoices, bills and accounts, housed in envelopes bearing customer's name, from the A.G. Esplen Arkwright General Store around 1910 - 1918. The envelopes have a list of all the purchases, the total of the account, a record of money paid on the account and inside the folder are copies of the receipts for each purchase. Folders are for the following individuals - Stanley Porter - Abe Lyness - Mac Lang - Mike Lowe - Henry Lowe - Geo Langstaff - W.J. Langstaff - William Lambert - William Lind - Jacob Lowe - David Lind - Ladies Aid - Chas Kearns - James King - A.C. King - A.M. King - Francy King - William Kerr - Wilson Knows? - Frank King - Albert Kearns - Rev Far - James F