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  • Indenture of Water Privilege between Hiram Capron & Hugh Finlayson
    TextImage       This indenture confers water privileges on the raceway located near William Street. The sellers are listed as Hiram Capron and his wife, Mary Capron, and the buyers as Hugh Finlayson, James Montgomery, and George McVicar, owners of a tannery.
    TextImage     This indenture confers water privileges on the raceway located near William Street. The sellers are listed as Hiram Capron and his wife, Mary Capron, and the buyers as Hugh Finlayson, ...
  • Land Indenture Between Hugh Finlayson, George McVicar, James Montgomery and the Municipality of the Village of Paris
    TextImage       In this 1853 indenture, Hugh Finlayson, George McVicar, James Montgomery and their wives Joanna Finlayson, Martha McVicar and Catharine Montgomery sold a strip of land located in the north half of Lot 6 by Burwell Street to the Municipality of the Village of Paris in exchange for ¬£20. This area ...
    TextImage     In this 1853 indenture, Hugh Finlayson, George McVicar, James Montgomery and their wives Joanna Finlayson, Martha McVicar and Catharine Montgomery sold a strip of land located in the north half ...
  • Indenture of Water Rights on William Street Dam, 1849
    TextImage       This substantial agreement documents a major transaction concerning the water power generated by Hiram Capron's William Street dam. It provided 87 horsepower in total, divided among the various parties. It has a total of 13 signatories, including Capron but excluding witnesses. The total list of signatories is: Norman Hamilton Archibald ...
    TextImage     This substantial agreement documents a major transaction concerning the water power generated by Hiram Capron's William Street dam. It provided 87 horsepower in total, divided among the various parties. It ...
  • View of Paris and Grand River Street Bridge
    Image       This 19th century photograph shows the Grand River Street bridge leading into Paris. The Finlayson tannery is visible in the foreground.
    Image     This 19th century photograph shows the Grand River Street bridge leading into Paris. The Finlayson tannery is visible in the foreground.
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