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"Roll of thoes (sic) men that was on the Ground after the battle", addressed to Captain Wm. Nelles- 1812 
Text    ... Captain in this Regiment during the War of 1812. The 4th Lincoln was involved in the Battles of Queenston Heights and Lundy's Lane during the War of 1812. Names included on the Muster roll are: Beam, Lewis Beamer, John Dennis Homes, John Mills, John Sr. Milmine, James Sr. Nolty, John Nelles, William...
Barn at Hermitage 
Image    ... of Queenston Heights and Lundy's Lane. United States prisoners of war were also known to have been imprisoned in the Hermitage barn during the War of 1812....
Muster Roll of the Officers of the 4th Regiment of the Lincoln Militia for Court Martial Duty- November 7th to the 14th, 1814 
Text  7-14 November 1814  A muster roll, dated from November 7th to the 14th inclusive, 1814, of the Officers of the 4th Regiment Lincoln Militia for Court Martial Duty.
Pay Roll- William Nelles Company 
Text  c.1812  ... during the War of 1812. The 4th Lincoln was involved in the Battles of Queenston Heights and Lundy's Lane. Names included on the Muster roll are: Book, Joseph Boughner, Christopher Boughner, Mathias Bridgman, William Sr. Brown, Benjamin Bush, John Clark, James Clendennan, Frederick Cornwall, Joseph...
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.
Muster Roll for various companies in the 4th Regiment of the Lincoln Militia- July 4th to the 28th, 1814 
Text    A muster roll for different companies of the 4th Regiment of the Lincoln Militia dated July 4th to the 28th 1814. Names included on the Muster Roll: Adair, David Jr. Arker, Adam Awry, Daniel Barker, George Book, George Bookman, Ferdinand Brown, Benjamin Bugner, Christopher Campbell,...
Muster Roll of 4th Lincoln Militia, Captain William Nelles' Company- April 28th to May 24th, 1813 
Text  1813  A muster roll, dated April 28th to May 24th, 1813, of Captain William Nellis' (sic) (1769-1850) Company of the the 4th Regiment of the Lincoln Militia. This regiment participated in the Battles of Queenston Heights and Lundy's Lane. Names included on the muster roll: Book, Joseph Bridgman,...
Bill of Account for William and Abraham Nelles From Geo. Forsyth & Co- 1800 
Text  1 July 1800,   A transcript of an account, from July 1st, 1800, received of William and Abraham Nelles by Geo. Forsyth & Co. for lumber. This lumber was used for the first Court house, at King and Prideaux streets, and Navy Hall in Niagara. The Geo. Forsyth & Co. is believed to be connected to the Forsyth,...
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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