...This is a sheep skin leather bound ledger dating from 1797 to 1816. It was owned by D. Servos, whose family owned a mill in Niagara. Photos include pages that were dated around the War of 1812
. The date 1812
comes up on some sheets but 1813 and 1814 were not found. This may be because of the war...
This mantle clock features a walnut case and mahogany veneer as well as a double panel glass door. The bottom pane is decorated with a house and landscape scene. The manufacturer, Eli Terry & Sons, is written inside.
The book contains the standing orders of the Second York Regiment, dated 1799-1813. It is believed to have belonged to an officer at the Portsea Barracks in Britain. At this time, all officers were required to provide themselves with a book to record the standing orders of their regiment. Some of...
This copper gorget, dated 1796 to 1815, was worn by British officers as a decorative piece to signify rank. It is crescent shaped with a beaded rim and contains the cipher "GR", which is enclosed in laurels and mounted under a Hanoverian crown.
Gorgets were worn around the neck, below the collar...
February 21, 1806, A promise by Mr. Jones to pay Thomas Wilson 10 pounds 1/10, New York Currency, with interest.
Witness was Mr. T. McCormick
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