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  • Letter from Joseph W. Capron to Horace Capron
        This letter was written by Joseph W. Capron from Attleborough to his relative Horace Capron in Paris. He discusses a variety of things about current events there, including the health of his father Otis Capron.
      This letter was written by Joseph W. Capron from Attleborough to his ...
  • Portrait of Mary De Long Capron
        This portrait of Mary De Long Capron was painted by Robert Whale circa 1852. The original is on display at the Paris Museum and Historical Society.
      This portrait of Mary De Long Capron was painted by Robert Whale ...
  • Letter from Hiram Capron to the Rural New Yorker about Rattlesnakes
        This is the original handwritten version of a letter by Hiram Capron which was published in an 1872 issue of the Rural New Yorker magazine. Capron is responding to an earlier letter in which a correspondent claimed that rattlesnakes carry venom sacs underneath their tongues. He explains how he had ...
      This is the original handwritten version of a letter by Hiram Capron ...
  • A Codicil to my Will, Hiram Capron
        This is a handwritten manuscript of the codicil Hiram Capron added to his will, adding new provisions and changing some which existed in the original document. He revises his gift to his sons Banfield and William and makes more explicit arrangements for his wife and daughters. He also sets out ...
      This is a handwritten manuscript of the codicil Hiram Capron added to ...
  • Land Indenture between Andrew H. Baird, and Robert W. Dawson & James Finlayson, Paris, 1875
        This land indenture records the transfer of a plot of land from Andrew H. and Cynthia C. Baird to Robert W. Dawson and James Finlayson, all of Paris, in return for $200. The plot is described as being lot number 4 on the northern side of Jane Street in Paris.
      This land indenture records the transfer of a plot of land from ...
  • Hiram Capron or Norman Hamilton Miniature Account Book, 1866-68
        This diminutive account book contains lists of transactions running approximately from 1866 to 1868. The inside of the back cover contains some unrelated miscellaneous information, such as George Washington's dates of birth and death. The creator is not definitively known. The label on the front proposes that Norman Hamilton may ...
      This diminutive account book contains lists of transactions running approximately from 1866 ...
  • Photograph of Horace Capron
        This photograph depicts Horace Capron, one of Hiram's brothers who came to Paris with him. This photograph was scanned from an album once owned by Mary Capron Mapes, a relative of Horace's through his son Charles Bruce Capron. It was donated by Pat Reece thanks to her mother, Margaret Capron ...
      This photograph depicts Horace Capron, one of Hiram's brothers who came to ...
  • Charles Bruce Capron, son of Horace Capron, 1888
        Father - picture taken in 1888 in Paris Ont Canada
      Father - picture taken in 1888 in Paris Ont Canada
  • Donald. A. Smith and Gladys Steuart-Jones, 1956
        (On original matting) Donald A. Smith, author of At the Forks of the Grand, and Gladys Stewart-Jones, [sic] grandaughter of Hiram Capron, examining the first copy of the book in 1956.
      (On original matting) Donald A. Smith, author of At the Forks of ...
  • Land Indenture between Charlotte B. Capron and Edward Daly, 1881
        In this land indenture, Charlotte Capron and a group of other relatives of Hiram Capron sold a parcel of land in Paris to Edward Daly for $100. The lot was a portion of lot 9 on the West side of Walnut Street. The complete list of signatories is: Charlotte Capron ...
      In this land indenture, Charlotte Capron and a group of other relatives ...
  • Horace Capron's Farm House, Paris, Ontario
        Horace Capron farm home.
      Horace Capron farm home.
  • Indenture Concerning the Chancery Sales of Hiram Capron's Properties
        This indenture documents the finalization of the sales of the properties which had belonged to Hiram Capron at his death. His will had specified land to be left to his wife, certain daughters and Banfield; however, other children were not accounted for, and many of his lands were not explicitly ...
      This indenture documents the finalization of the sales of the properties which ...
  • Land Agreement between Executors of Hiram Capron's Estate and John Penman
        This deed documents the sale of some of Hiram Capron's land by his estate to John Penman in 1876. The land sold was a portion of lot 31 near Penman's dam on the Nith River, in addition to a right of way to this land, in exchange for $2000. The ...
      This deed documents the sale of some of Hiram Capron's land by ...
  • Photo of Hiram, Otis, and Horace Capron
        Otis - Hiram - Horace Born Apr. 17, 1794 - Capron - Apr. [sic. - should be May 22, 1803] Feb. 12, 1796
      Otis - Hiram - Horace Born Apr. 17, 1794 - Capron - ...
  • Horace Capron's Farm House, Paris, Ontario
        The old Capron farm in Paris Ont. (Horace Capron) Canada
      The old Capron farm in Paris Ont. (Horace Capron) Canada
  • Copy of Letter Written by Hiram Capron to his Brother Horace
        This letter, written January 3rd 1830, from Hiram Capron to his brother Horace exhorts him to come to Canada to work with him. They had apparently already spoken about the possibility of Horace’s emigration, and Hiram appears to be somewhat irritated that Horace has been slow to commit. He discusses ...
      This letter, written January 3rd 1830, from Hiram Capron to his brother ...
  • Royal Observation Car's Unexpected Stop, June 7, 1939
        (On original matting) ROYAL VISIT, JUNE, 1939 When the royal train proved to be shorter than expected, the spectators broke ranks and rushed forward towards the observation platform. Only Gladys-Steuart [sic] Jones and her Girl Guides stood firmly at attention.
      (On original matting) ROYAL VISIT, JUNE, 1939 When the royal train proved ...
  • At the Forks of the Grand: Volume I
        This local history book traces the history of Paris from the initial exploration of the region, its development and foundation under Hiram Capron, and its economic and social development following its incorporation until 1918. Donald A. Smith is the principal author. Chapter 20, on Newspapers and Editors, was written by ...
      This local history book traces the history of Paris from the initial ...
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