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Deed between Philip W.J. Havill and the Canada Permanent Building & Savings Society, 1873


Description
Creators:
Chamberlain, Charles, Author
Chamberlain, Rose
, Author
Media Type:
Text
Image
Item Type:
Documents
Description:
This deed documents the sale of a plot of land to David W.J. Havill from the Canada Permanent Building & Savings Society.

Charles and Rose Chamberlain had originally contracted a mortgage for $400 on their property in 1869, but defaulted on their payments and the land was put up for auction. No suitable bidder was found, but the Society later contracted with Havill to sell him the property for $575.

The land in question is by lot 7 on the East side of the Grand River; a more detailed description is contained on page 2.
Date of Original:
20 Jun. 1873
Subject(s):
Local identifier:
2009JF019
Collection:
Jayme Frazee-Wright Collection
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.1936397525991 Longitude: -80.3839534521103
Donor:
Property of Jayme Frazee-Wright
Copyright Statement:
Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.
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Deed between Philip W.J. Havill and the Canada Permanent Building & Savings Society, 1873


This deed documents the sale of a plot of land to David W.J. Havill from the Canada Permanent Building & Savings Society.

Charles and Rose Chamberlain had originally contracted a mortgage for $400 on their property in 1869, but defaulted on their payments and the land was put up for auction. No suitable bidder was found, but the Society later contracted with Havill to sell him the property for $575.

The land in question is by lot 7 on the East side of the Grand River; a more detailed description is contained on page 2.