Queenston Collection


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Subject:  Land Titles 
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Land Title for a lot 181 in the Village of Queenston, 1966. 
Texts  17 May 1966,   Document "in the matter of part of lot 181, corporation plan 1, in the village of Queenston, in the Township of Niagara". It was prepared by Bench, Keogh, Rogers & Grass, Barristers & Solicitor after receiving an application from Alma Hill Anthony for an absolute title to this land. It has been...
Abstract of Title, Lot No. 141 in the Village of Queenston, 1952 
Texts  21 Oct 1952,   Abstract of Title regarding Lot No. 141 in the Village of Queenston. Document: 3 pages; size:50.5cm x 28.5cm The Queenston Baptist Church is located on this lot.
Conveyance of Lot in Queenston Village, 1880. 
Texts  23 Jun 1928,   Copy of Conveyance of Lot (No. 140 and 141) in Queenston issued and certified by St. Catharines Deputy Registrar in 1928. Original transfer of title to property in 1880 was between Mrs. Bell Wight Duncan and the Trustees of the Regular Baptist Church. The Queenston Baptist Church is located on...
Deed of Land between Lillie Bradley et al and Queenston Women's Institute, 1928 
Texts  19 Sep 1928,   Deed of Land between Lillie Bradley, George Elliott Levitt and Marshall Ernest Levitt (Trustees of the Queenston Regular Baptist Church) and Queenston Women's Institute, in regard to Lot No. 141 in the Village of Queenston. It was signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of Alexander Fraser...
Abstract of Title, Lot No. 141 in the Village of Queenston, 1928 
Texts  1 Oct 1928,   Abstract of Title regarding Lot No. 141 in the Village of Queenston prepared in 1928 by the Deputy Registrar in the Registry Office of Lincoln County. The text in handwritten on a standard form with lined paper. Document: 2 pages; size:54.7cm x 26.7cm The Queenston Baptist Church is located on...
Quit Claim Deed between Francis A. Wynn of Queenston and Trustees of the Presbyterian Church of Canada in Stamford. 
Texts  15 Nov 1893,   Quit Claim Deed between Francis A. Wynn of the village of Queenston in the country of Lincoln and John K. Crawford, Archibald Morrison, Hugh Mitchell and James R. Johnson all of the township of Stamford in the county of Welland and Robert J. Niven of the township of Niagara in the country of...
Quit Claim Deed between the Home Mission Board of the Baptist Convention and Queenston Women's Institute 
Texts  27 Sep 1928,   Quit Claim Deed between Home Mission Board of the Baptist Convention and Queenston Women's Institute. This 1928 deed transfers ownership of Lot No. 141 in Queenston to Queenston Women's Institute. Document: 3 pages; size:35.6cm x 21.8cm The Queenston Baptist Church was located on this lot.
Deed of Land between Thomas Clark Street and Trustees of the Regular Baptist Church, 1871 
Texts  July 13, 1871,   Copy of Deed of Land (Lot No. 141 in Queenston) from 1871, issued and certified by St. Catharines Deputy Registrar in 1928. The agreement was between Thomas C. Street and Trustees of the Regular Baptist Church in Queenston. This is location of the Queenston Baptist Church.
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Queenston Collection


Queenston Collection includes an extensive historical material from the area collected by Jean Huggins.