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George Brogdin fonds

  • CA ON00154 2007.34
  • Fondos
  • 1830-1890

Fonds consists of papers related to the personal and professional life of George Brogdin, c1830-1890. It includes legal documents created by Mr. Brogdin's law practice in Port Hope, ON. For more detailed information please refer to file and item-level descriptions.

Brogdin, George

William Wallace Promissory Notes

File consists of promissory notes to Samuel Mitchell (1854) and Edward Neale (1855) by William Wallis of Cavan Township.

Brogdin, George

McDermot and Walsh vs Bradford Legal Documents

File consists of a claim with a list of accounts owed to McDermot and Walsh by John Bradford. McDermot & Walsh were commission merchants on Mill Street, Port Hope. J. R. McDermot lived on Smith Street and James E. Walsh lived on Pine Street. They represented the Pine Grove factory - soap and candle manufacturers and were agents for Fire, Life and Marine Insurance in 1856.

Brogdin, George

Crawford vs Henshaw et al Legal Records

File consists of papers related to unpaid accounts of David Crawford v. defendants John Henshaw and John Head, 1858. David Crawford (1825-1874) was the proprietor of D. Crawford & Co., specializing in dry goods, millinery and clothing at the corner of Walton and Queen Streets.

Brogdin, George

Fox vs Soper Legal Documents

File consists of papers for the court case of Fox vs. Soper, 1859. Hiram Soper (1823-1882) was a son of Leonard Soper and Mary Odell. He was a veterinarian in Port Hope.

Brogdin, George

Commercial Bank of Canada vs Maxwell and Quinlan

File consists of a notice of appearance for Cornelius Quinlan from George Brogdin, 1860. The plaintiff, the Commercial Bank of Canada, was represented by Nesbit Kirchoffer The defendants, Henry Maxwell and Cornelius Quinlan, were represented by Brogdin.

Brogdin, George

John Carveth vs Wilcock Legal Documents

File consists of papers related to Carveth vs. Wilcock, 1861. The case was related to the fact that H. Wilcock and Benjamin Wilcock owed money to John Carveth.

Brogdin, George

Bradley vs Elliott et al Legal Documents

File consists of a warrant in the case of Bradley vs. Elliott et al, 1861. Plaintiff, Alexander Bradley was represented by J. H. Boulton. Defendants, George Elliott, Abraham Culin and David Carson (1829-1873)were represented by George Brogdin. The warrant to the defendant Abraham Culin authorizing him to seize the goods of one Robert Johnston for rent due to George Elliott, and under which warrants two seizures and sales took place.

Brogdin, George

Perry vs Bouskill et al Legal Documents

File consists of a summons to the defendants from the plaintiff, in regards to a $300 promissory note dated 4 Nov 1863. Defendants John Ainlay, John Bouskill, William Carveth and John McNaughton were all represented by George Brogdin.

Brogdin, George

William Berry Reward Poster

Item is a poster originally pasted on the back the handwritten words of what the poster was to read in regards to the stolen animal. The poster was commissioned by William Berry, 3rd Concession of Hope Township. Comments on poster indicate that 50 were printed and the cost was $1.50. This piece is believed to be a printer's proof.

Elliott vs Curtis Legal Documents

File consists of legal documents regarding the case of Elliott v. Curtis over monies related to Lots 24 & 25, Concession 4, Hope Township.

Brogdin, George

Summons for Alexander McIntosh

Item is a summons for Alexander McIntosh to appear in court versus Thomas Little, 1855. Thomas Little (1824-1869) operated a boot and shoe store on Walton Street and lived on Pine Street.

Brogdin, George

Morton vs Bradburn Legal Documents

File consists of a summons for the case of George Morton, John Morton and Andrew McKee v. James Bradburn of Metcalfe, Township of Emily, Victoria County.

Brogdin, George

Perry vs Turck Legal Documents

File consists of summons and confession in the case of Perry vs. Turck, 1855. Horace Perry (b.1822) was a watch and clock maker and operated a jewellery store in Port Hope. He later moved to Rochester, NY.

Brogdin, George

Notary Public of the Commercial Bank of the Midland District

File consists of a declaration by Silas Benjamin Fairbanks, Notary Public at request of the Commercial Bank of the Midland District, re: Bill of Exchange. It includes V.H. Boulin, Esq. of Oshawa, and William Parsons, Esq. of Port Hope.

Brogdin, George

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