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Tom Long Local History Collection (Second Accrual) Family and personal life
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Alfred Henry Long of the Midland Regiment Papers

File consists of the military papers of Alfred H.C. Long, 1910-1916. It includes: Certificate of Military Instruction, Infantry Branch, 1910; 46th Regiment, School of Signaling, Certificate of Military Instruction, 28 Apr 1911; Certificate of Military Instruction 24 Jun 1913; 46th Regiment, Certificate of Military Instruction, Field Officer, 1916; Certificate of Military Instruction of Musketry Instruction, 1916; Regimental Fund Account, 136th Durham Overseas Battalion, C. E. F. 1915-1916; Battalion Order # 112. Second page duplicated. Syllabus of training, May 13, 1916 Commanding 136th Durham Overseas Battalion, Port Hope; Militia Orders, 21 May 1910, A. H. C. Long listed, 46th Regiment; Appointments, Promotions and Retirements, Canadian Militia, 1914; Letter to Major A. H. C. Long, junior Major from Lt. Col. R. W. Smart regarding Smart's resignation, 1916.

John Smart Probate

Item is the Last Will and Testament of John Smart, Town of Port Hope. Executors: John Elias Smart, Accountant, Port Hope; Annie Sophia Smart, Spinster, Port Hope; Alfred Merritt Smart, Insurance Agent, London. Witnessed by Seth S. Smith and J.D. Smith.

St. Mark's Anglican Cemetery Restoration

File consists of the documents created and used by the St. Mark's Cemetery Committee, 1972-1982. It includes: Inscriptions and details of St. Mark's Cemetery, formerly St. John's, 1978; Gravestone / inscription list before renovations and restoration; Inscriptions, Old Presbyterian Cemetery between Baldwin and Bruton Streets; Cremation burials at St. Mark's Cemetery; Cemetery restoration guidelines from the province of Ontario, used to improve the state of St. Mark's Cemetery; Correspondence - ACO, Port Hope to St. Mark's 1982; Correspondence - LACAC, Port Hope to St. Mark's, 1982; St. Mark's calendar of events, 1982; Notes from meetings, taken by Tom Long, 1982; two (2) maps showing rectory lot (King & Dorset Streets) with letter from Jack Sylvester; Letter from Tom Long to Dr. R. P. Vivian; Letter requesting permission to quote Harold Reeve's work, 1972. Permission granted by Reeve; Letter with two (2) attached photographs from Percy I. Climo, re: tombstone of Arabella Watson, 1973; Copy of The Mark 72 Programme, St. Mark's Church, Port Hope; "A Few Pioneer Families" by Percy L. Climo created for the church's sesquicentennial year celebrations, 1971-1972. Surnames covered in this publication is Perrin, Haw, Ernest, Watson, Ainlay, Britton, Vint, McElroy, etc.