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Loyal Canadian Society Silver Pin 
Object  c. 1847  This is a silver maple leaf pin from the Loyal Canadian Society. Every year, since its organization in 1847, this society held its Annual Dinner on the 13 of October; the anniversary of General Brock's death in defence of Canada. The original owner of the pin was Henry Edward Nelles who was also...
Tea cup and Saucer- Nelles Manor 
Object  c. 1790  ...A cup and saucer, dated c. 1790, with a blue willow pattern and a gold edge. This cup was made without a handle. The pair is also called a tea bowl and saucer. It is believed that this item was in use, before or during the time of the War of 1812, in "The Manor"; the home of Col. Robert Nelles...
Nelles Home 
Image  1812-1814  ... the house, but due to the angle it is unclear whether it is separate or part of the main house. The house itself has a large front door in the middle and two shuttered windows on each side as well as two smaller ones above them. This is believed to be the Nelles house which existed during the War of 1812...
Promissory Note, February 2, 1812 - William and Abraham Nelles and Nathanial Pettit Estate 
Text  2 Feb 1812,   A promise by Abraham and William Nelles to pay 50 pounds with interest, New York Currency, to John Pettit and Jonathan Woolverton, executors of the late Nathanial Pettit estate, three years after the date. Witness Will Crooks.
The Story of Laura Secord and Canadian Reminiscences- Emma A. Currie, 1813 
Text  c1910,   ...The book focuses on a variety of themes relating to Laura Secord and her courageous trek to Beaverdams during the War of 1812. Other topics mentioned in the book include: first settlers, the Secord family, the Ingersoll family, reminiscences of 1812, the town of St. Davids, Fort Niagara, the Nelles...
Letter  to Mr. Ball & Mr. Nelles, Grimsby, from Forsyth, Richardson Company 
Text  August 1819,   This letter was written to Mr. Ball & Mr. Nelles, in Grimsby, from Forsyth, Richardson Company, in Montreal, regarding the payment of items ordered as soon as possible in order to avoid paying interest. Forsyth, Richardson Company was a major importer of merchandise for Upper and Lower Canadian...
Black Felt Men's Dress Coat- c.1800 
Object    ... the War of 1812 by individuals who were older, as the general population would not keep up with newer styles, or those of lower economic means that could not afford to keep up with changing styles....
Promissory Note, February 2, 1813 - William and Abraham Nelles and Nathanial Pettit Estate 
Text  2 Feb 1813,   A promise by Abraham and William Nelles to pay 50 pounds with interest, New York Currency, to John Pettit and Jonathan Woolverton, executors of the late Nathanial Pettit estate, four years after the date. Witness Will Crooks.
Promissory Note, February 2, 1811 - William and Abraham Nelles and Nathanial Pettit Estate 
Text  2 Feb 1811,   A promise by Abraham and William Nelles to pay 50 pounds with interest, New York Currency, to John Pettit and Jonathan Woolverton, executors of the late Nathanial Pettit estate. Paid in full. Witness Will Crooks.
Promissory Note, February 2, 1814 - William and Abraham Nelles and Nathanial Pettit Estate 
Text  2 Feb 1814,   A promise by Abraham and William Nelles to pay 50 pounds with interest, New York Currency, to John Pettit and Jonathan Woolverton, executors of the late Nathanial Pettit estate, five years after the date. Witness Will Crooks.
Promissory Note, February 2, 1815 - William and Abraham Nelles and Nathanial Pettit Estate 
Text  2 Feb 1815,   A promise by Abraham and William Nelles to pay 50 pounds with interest, New York Currency, to John Pettit and Jonathan Woolverton, executors of the late Nathanial Pettit estate, six years after the date. Witness Will Crooks.
Promissory Note, February 2, 1816 - William and Abraham Nelles and Nathanial Pettit Estate 
Text  2 Feb 1816,   A promise by Abraham and William Nelles to pay 36 pounds with interest, New York Currency, to John Pettit and Jonathan Woolverton, executors of the late Nathanial Pettit estate, seven years after the date. Witness Will Crooks.
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