Southampton

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44° 29' 27" N 81° 22' 28" W Map of Southampton

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Cash book

This cash book appears to have been created by John Harold ("Jack") Spence in 1893, 1894 and 1901-1908. In the journal, he recorded his financial expenditures and income. Enclosed in the journal was a receipt: to Mr. McMullen, in account with J. H. Spence.

Spence, John Harold

Daybook

This daybook consists of a daily record of financial transactions, from 1902 to 1928, likely recorded by Captain John Harold ("Jack") Spence. The recorded transactions include the probate and managing of the estate of James Hendry Spence in 1907, with mention on the final page that Harry died November 22, 1906, that probate was granted January 23, 1907, and "resealed in Sask. April 15, 1912." John H. Spence and William McGregor Lambert were executors of the will of Henry James Spence.

The transactions recorded in the book involve individuals including: Alexander Emerson Belcher, Southampton; George E. Smith, Southampton; John Hilditch; Robert Bartley, Peter Knechtel, St. Paul's Church; John H. Spence; H.A. Spence; Cappy Spence, Will Spence, Nellie Currie, John Craig and the Fawcett Farm, some of which appear to have involved the payment of mortgages and transactions with private bankers. The transactions include references to "father's account" in the mid-1902s. The recorded transactions also include the payment of taxes and/or debentures to Eastnor, Lindsay and St. Edmunds townships.

Spence, John Harold

John Spence family fonds

  • CA ON00031 AX2011.602
  • Fonds
  • 1875 - 1928

This fonds consists of financial records, ships logs and Crown land patents created by and/or belonging to Captain John Spence and his sons, reflecting some of their personal and business dealings.

Spence, John (family)

Ledger and log book

This ledger and log book contains:

(a) Schooner Nemesis ledger (1875, 1876, 1877) expenses and earnings, and financial records related to Captain John Spence, John H. Spence and individuals to whom wages were paid, including Maurice Precious, Thomas Harkness, Asa Garned, Harry Jones, John Cornelius, Laughlin Currie, John R. Black, John McDuff, William Woolway, David Derick, Robert Parker, Charles Greenwood, Edward Marlton, Archie McDonald, Sam Noble, Thomas Tate, Ben Garrison, Martin Gillies, Frank Granville, Malcolm Mathieson, John Mathieson, George Currie, Alex McDiarmid, William McKenzie, Frank Longe, and Charles Hillard.

(b) Schooner Nemesis Log Book (1880), in which information about the weather and the schooner's journeys were recorded; and

(c) Schooner Wanderer log book for 1882, in which information about the weather and the schooner's journeys were recorded.

Spence, John (family)

Lighthouse Squares fonds

  • CA ON00031 A2005.052-A2013.021
  • Fonds
  • 1962-2002

This fonds consists of administrative records, including minutes and treasurer's books (1990-1998), as well as newspaper clipping scrapbooks and photographs reflecting the members, activities, events, conventions and dances organized or particpated in by the Lighthouse Squares square dancing club of Southampton, Ontario, originally known as the Town and Country Swingers Square Dance Club of Port Elgin, Ontario.

Lighthouse Squares

Loyal Orange Lodges of Bruce County collection

  • Collection
  • 1852 - 1990

This fonds consists of records accumulated by various Loyal Orange Lodges, of the Loyal Orange Association of British America, chiefly within the area of Bruce County, Ontario, including: Allenford Loyal Orange Lodge #968, Bethel Loyal Orange Lodge #1226, Centre Bruce County Loyal Orange Lodge, Chesley Loyal Orange Lodge #818, Dobbinton Loyal Orange Lodge #609, Dyer’s Bay Loyal Orange Lodge #1723, Ebenezer Loyal Orange Lodge #208, Elsinore Loyal Orange Lodge #1222, Kincardine Loyal Orange Lodge #765, Pinkerton Loyal Orange Lodge #803, Purple Hill Loyal Orange Lodge #612, Rosemount Loyal Orange Lodge #753, Royal Scarlet Chapter of Arran District Loyal Orange Lodge, Royal Scarlet Chapter of West Bruce Loyal Orange Lodge District, Southampton Loyal Orange Lodge #1284, Tara Royal Black Preceptory #436, Underwood Loyal Orange Lodge #1122, and Walkerton Loyal Orange Lodge #460. It also includes materials collected and created by Robert Edgson who has, in the past, served at the executive level of local, county and provincial aspects of the Association and Royal Black Chapter. Fonds includes minute books, financial records, related publications and certificates.

Loyal Orange Association of British America

Robert Benjamin Hillmer fonds

  • CA ON00031 A967.054
  • Fonds
  • 1898 - 1954

This fonds consists of 5 record books kept by Robert B. Hillmer concerning his watchmaking and jewellery business. In the books, Mr. Hillmer recorded watch inventories (1899), as well as job numbers, client name, work requested and price. Item List: Watch Repair Book 1910 - 1913; Watch Repair Book 1924 - 1934; Watch Repair Book 1936 - 1954; Watch Repair Record book, 1913 - 1924; and Watch Repair Record book 1898-1910. The fonds also includes a Grand Chapter Royal Arch Masons of Canada certificate appointing Robert Benjamin Hillmer to the office of Grand Superintendent of Huron District No. 6, February 28, 1918.

Hillmer, Robert Benjamin

Schooner Wanderer cargo book

Cargo book of Schooner Wanderer (initially belonging to the Port of Toronto, James Jackman Master; James Henry Jackman, owner), 1873 – [1882?] including Log Book commencing in 1883 with change of ownership to Captain John Spence of Southampton, Ontario. The ship's log, commencing in or around 1883 until 1887, records information about the weather and the ship's travels This includes records of travel on Lake Huron in the County of Bruce with references to Pike Bay, Point Clark, Port Elgin, Kincardine, and Saugeen. References to other ships include the Schooner Nemesis. Examples of goods shipped included wheat, peas, stone, barley, coal, lumber, bark, and salt.

Spence, John (family)

Southampton United Church (Ont.) fonds

  • CA ON00340 F1465
  • Fonds
  • 1998

Fonds consists of baptisms, 1912-1914, circuit register, 1891-1920, of Southampton Methodist Circuit (includes Southampton, Elsinore); marriage register of Southampton United Church (includes Southampton Methodist Circuit), 1897-1939.

Southampton United Church (Ont.)

William Victor Tranter family fonds

  • CA ON00031 A967.052 - A971.011
  • Fonds
  • 1914-1915

This fonds consists chiefly of records related to William Victor Tranter (1894-1915), known as “Victor”, and his time serving with the 1st Canadian Battalion, Canadian Expeditionary Force, during World War I. Includes his diary written from December 27, 1914 to June 7, 1915 including his experiences at the Battle of Ypres, four letters written by Victor to family between April 1914 and May 1915, photograph of Victor ca. 1914, death certificate, correspondence from hospital chaplain, Sister Rose, and Town of Southampton to Victor’s parents, William and Annie Tranter, In Memoriam Card, transcript of cemetery registration and gravemarker, photograph of gravemarker at Wimereux Communal Cemetery Pas de Calais, France, and newspaper notice of Victor’s death.

Tranter, William Victor